Oklahoma Ultrasound Schools
(found 6 schools)


Listed below are all of the accredited schools in Oklahoma that offer ultrasound or sonography degree or certificate programs.

Overview

Are you looking for a career in the medical field, but not quite sure where to start? You may want to begin by gaining more information about how to become an ultrasound technician in Oklahoma. You can submit requests for program materials to the Oklahoma ultrasound technology programs you see below to get started.

Ultrasound technicians are an important part the medical team, working closely with patients, doctors, nurses and other hospital and clinical staff. Ultrasound technicians, also known as diagnostic medical sonographers, are specially trained to operate machines and computers to administer image scans. You will also be trained to read the images and to help with documentation needed for diagnosing the patient with an illness or injury. Ultrasound technicians should have good written and verbal communication skills, as you will be in close contact with both patients and healthcare providers.

To get started, check out the information on Oklahoma ultrasound technician programs in your area and get program details from those you are interested in learning more about.

Ultrasound/Sonography Education in Oklahoma

Oklahoma schools offering ultrasound tech programs offer all levels of education, ranging from certificate programs and associate's degrees, to bachelor's and even master's degrees. Choosing the right program is important; luckily many ultrasound technician programs in OK offer a combination of online courses as well as in class instruction so that you can tailor your program to meet your individual needs.

You will also have an opportunity to specialize in areas within the sonography field, such as cardiac imaging or prenatal ultrasounds. In your ultrasound tech program in Oklahoma, you will take the core classes of physiology, anatomy, patient care and ethics, medical terminology, medical records and psychology, along with courses within the specialty area you have chosen.

To complete a program, you will also participate in clinicals to gain experience in patient care and working in a clinical setting. After you graduate, you can apply to take an exam to become a certified ultrasound technician through the American Registry for Diagnostic Medical Sonography (ARDMS), which is recognized across the United States. Request information from the Oklahoma sonography programs on our site to find the best fit for you!

Outlook for Ultrasound/Sonography Careers in Oklahoma

With the medical field constantly growing and people aging, and receiving access to care in unprecedented numbers, there are likely many job opportunities available. The Bureau of Labor Statistics projects that the career field of diagnostic medical sonographers will continue to grow at a rate of 1.6 percent, which is a high rate of growth.

Pay rates and salaries may vary depending on the level of education, certifications held, location in which employed, as well as the setting in which you are employed. All figures can be found at Bureau of Labor Statistics from 2015.

With the opportunities available in Oklahoma, finding a job as an ultrasound technician should not be a problem. Take a look at the OK sonography schools on our site to start the process of learning how to become an ultrasound technician in Oklahoma.

Oklahoma Ultrasound Schools

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American Institute of Medical Technology (Tulsa, OK)
Programs Offered:
Accredited Program in Diagnostic Medical Sonography
Autry Technology Center (Enid, OK)
Programs Offered:
MRI Program
Bacone College (Muskogee, OK)
Programs Offered:
Associate of Applied Science in Diagnostic Medical Sonography
Associate of Applied Science in Radiography
Bachelor of Science in Medical Imaging

Moore Norman Technology Center (Norman, OK)
Programs Offered:
Accredited Program in Diagnostic Medical Sonography
Oklahoma State University (Oklahoma City, OK)
Programs Offered:
Associate of Applied Science in Echocardiography Technology
Associate of Applied Science in Radiologic Technology
Associate of Applied Science in Vascular Technology

University of Oklahoma Health Science Center (Oklahoma City, OK)
Programs Offered:
Bachelor of Science in Medical Imaging and Radiation Sciences - Radiography
Bachelor of Science in Medical Imaging and Radiation Sciences - Sonography