Listed below are all of the accredited schools in Oklahoma that offer ultrasound or sonography degree or certificate programs.
Oklahoma is home to six national parks, 50 state parks, and several wildlife preserves, making it a great place to explore nature. The state’s geography ranges from flat, grassy plains to mountain ranges and canyons. Small towns and farmland make up most of the state, and much of the economy is based on farming and ranching. Tulsa and Oklahoma City offer residents more urban experiences, though.
Ultrasound/Sonography Education in Oklahoma
Oklahoma’s ultrasound technology training programs are located in the state’s major metropolitan areas. Students can pursue associate or bachelor’s degrees in all related fields, including radiography, sonography, and vascular technology.
Outlook for Ultrasound/Sonography Careers in Oklahoma
Oklahoma cardiovascular technicians average $40,990 per year. Diagnostic sonographers’ yearly salaries average about $56,640. Approximately 520 sonographers are employed in Oklahoma (Bureau of Labor Statistics, 2010 data).