Imaging In-service (Sonography)

Foundations of Sonography (SON 3000)

This course is designed to provide prospective students with an overview of the sonography profession, academic necessities, clinical requirements and professional demands of a practicing clinical sonographer. The course will include topics such as related medical terminology, professional environment and ethics, the history of ultrasound in medicine, sonographic specialties and an analysis of the role of the sonographer in patient care. Upon completion, the learner will be prepared to describe the role of a sonographer in the clinical setting and the various applications of diagnostic ultrasound in medicine.

Why take this course?

  • Learn more about sonography and the JCC sonography programs before applying.
  • Get hands-on scan lab experience and see if you have what it takes to become a sonographer.
  • Receive additional points towards your point ranking!!!

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Estimated Cost

Registration fee: $75
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Upcoming Classes*

Saturday, November 14th and 21st, 2020 Health Building F169 8AM-5PM (1 hour lunch)

Saturday and Sunday, January 9th and 10th, 2021 Health Building F169 8AM-5PM (1 hour lunch)

Saturday and Sunday, February 20th and 21st, 2021 Health Building F169 8AM-5PM (1 hour lunch)

*Students must attend both sessions to receive credit. (Testing will be included and class location may vary.)

Foundations of Sonography Location

For more information, contact:

Steven M. Penny, MA, RT(R), RDMS (AB, PS, OB/GYN)
Sonography Programs Director
(919) 209-2502

Amber Powers
Health Science Student Navigator
Office: Health F143
Phone: (919) 464-2932