Check out how to become an ultrasound technician with this infographic. First, get your high school diploma or GED. Many programs will require at least a 2.5 GPA. The infographic also showcases the top qualities of ultrasound technicians. You can also figure out which career program is right for you.

Whether you opt for a certification or 2 or 4-year course, many colleges will require you to take sonography lab, basic patient care, abdominal sonography, OB/GYN sonography, sonographic instrumentation and physics and clinical practicum.

Currently, no states require you to have certification, getting it will certainly increase your marketability and odds of landing a job. Consider applying to hospitals, physician offices and diagnostics laboratories.



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