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Eligibility Requirements

To qualify for the WRDLC program using your single two-year allied health degree, your training must have included a clinical rotation. Examples include, but are not limited to, nursing, respiratory care technology, occupational health technology, EMT, paramedic, physical therapy, and dental hygiene.

In addition all students must take the Pioneer Ultrasound Prerequisite (PUP) course. This is a course offered by WRDLC and is required of all students before your admission to the program will be accepted.

To become a registered sonographer all graduated students must sit for and pass the ARDMS® registry examinations. Upon completion of the WRDLC program along with your two-year allied health degree you will be eligible to apply to take the ARDMS® registry examinations including the Sonography Principles and Instrumentation (SPI) exam as well as the General Elective exam which includes Abdominal and Small Parts, Ob/Gyn, Pediatric, and Vascular Sonography.

You will apply to take the exam under prerequisite 1 as outlined by the ARDMS here:

ARDMS® Eligibility Guidelines

If you meet this criteria and are ready for an exciting career in diagnostic ultrasound:

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To qualify for the WRDLC program using your bachelor's degree, you must have taken or need to take courses in Anatomy and Physiology, Medical Terminology, and Introduction to Health Care.

In addition all students must take the Pioneer Ultrasound Prerequisite (PUP) course. This is a course offered by WRDLC and is required of all students before your admission to the program will be accepted.

To become a registered sonographer all graduated students must sit for and pass the ARDMS® registry examinations. Upon completion of the WRDLC program along with your bachelor's degree you will be eligible to apply to take the ARDMS® registry examinations including the Sonography Principles and Instrumentation (SPI) exam as well as the General Elective exam which includes Abdominal and Small Parts, Ob/Gyn, Pediatric, and Vascular Sonography.

You will apply to take the exam under prerequisite 3A as outlined by the ARDMS here:

ARDMS® Eligibility Guidelines

If you meet this criteria and are ready for an exciting career in diagnostic ultrasound:

Apply Here

You can attend the Wolf River DLC program concurrently while working on your bachelor's degree* or single two-year allied health degree. You must complete the degree granting program before you will be eligible for graduation from WRDLC.

To become a registered sonographer all graduated students must sit for and pass the ARDMS® registry examinations. Upon completion of the WRDLC program along with your bachelor's degree or single two-year allied health degree you will be eligible to apply to take the ARDMS® registry examinations including the Sonography Principles and Instrumentation (SPI) exam as well as the General Elective exam which includes Abdominal and Small Parts, Ob/Gyn, Pediatric, and Vascular Sonography.

If you are working on a bachelor's degree* you will apply to take the exam under prerequisite 1 as outlined by the ARDMS at the link below.

If you are working on a two-year allied health degree you will apply to take the exam under prerequisite 3A as outlined by the ARDMS here:

ARDMS® Eligibility Guidelines

If you are ready for an exciting career in diagnostic ultrasound and wish to work concurrently:

Apply Here

*To qualify for the WRDLC program using your bachelor's degree, you must have taken or need to take courses in Anatomy and Physiology, Medical Terminology, and Introduction to Health Care.

WRDLC offers courses to existing sonographers who wish to advance their career by taking additional registry examinations. Courses are offered online and include live interaction with our instructors in virtual classrooms. All of our instructors are experienced, practicing sonographers. They break the material down in an easy-to-digest manner and are readily available to answer your questions.

Review courses are 4 weeks in duration with an optional 5th week for testing. In addition, you will have access to a wealth of exclusive study materials, articles, and practice questions.

If you are ready to advance your career:

Apply Here

WRDLC offers review courses to get you back in the game. These classes also aid in preparation for the ARDMS® examinations. Review courses are offered online and include live interaction with our instructors in virtual classrooms. All of our instructors are experienced, practicing sonographers. They break the material down in an easy-to-digest manner and are readily available to answer your questions.

Review courses are 4 weeks in duration with an optional 5th week for testing. In addition, you will have access to a wealth of exclusive study materials, articles, and practice questions.

If you are ready to pass the ARDMS:

Apply Here

To qualify for the WRDLC program using your MD or DO degree, .

MD's and DO's are exempt from taking the Pioneer Ultrasound Prerequisite (PUP) course.

To become a registered sonographer all graduated students must sit for and pass the ARDMS® registry examinations. Upon completion of the WRDLC program along with your MD or DO degree you will be eligible to apply to take the ARDMS® registry examinations including the Sonography Principles and Instrumentation (SPI) exam as well as the General Elective exam which includes Abdominal and Small Parts, Ob/Gyn, Pediatric, and Vascular Sonography.

Depending on your specific background, you will apply to take the exam under either prerequisite 4A1, 4A2, 4B1, or 4B2 as outlined by the ARDMS here:

ARDMS® Eligibility Guidelines

If you are ready to advance your career:

Apply Here


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