It’s easy to begin the process of applying for your online Bachelor of Science in Diagnostic Medical Sonography degree. If you are a credentialed sonographer, you can apply today.

Admission Requirements

Admission to ADU Online’s Bachelor of Science in Diagnostic Medical Sonography program is open to credentialed sonographers with either an associate degree or a certificate or diploma from a CAAHEP-accredited program.

To apply for the bachelor’s degree program, you will need:

  • At least one of the following credentials:
    • Registration in Sonography by the American Registry of Diagnostic Medical Sonography (ARDMS) in AB, OB, VT, and/or AE.
    • License from the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) in Sonography.
    • License from Cardiovascular Credentialing International (CCI) in Cardiac Sonography and/or Vascular Sonography.
  • A GPA of at least 2.50.
  • Official transcripts from all colleges/sonography programs.

Considerations for Applicants Who Don't Have an Associate Degree

If you are a sonographer with an ARDMS, ARRT, or CCI credential who graduated from an accredited certificate program or who doesn’t have a regionally accredited associate degree, you can apply for the bachelor’s degree program and take bridge courses.

If you are currently enrolled in an A.S. Diagnostic Medical Sonography (ASDMS) program, you can apply to begin the BSDMS. A limited selection of courses will be available to you. Once you complete your associate degree and earn the appropriate ARDMS credential(s), you can enroll in the remaining courses in the Bachelor of Science in Diagnostic Medical Sonography program. Enrolling in the bachelor’s program while completing an associate degree shortens the completion time.

Transfer Credits

You may transfer some credits from courses completed at regionally accredited institutions to the Bachelor of Science in Diagnostic Medical Sonography program. After admission to the program, an official evaluation of all previously completely coursework will be completed to determine which credits can transfer.

Your Admissions Coordinator can answer any questions you have about transferring credits.

Program Details and Financial Aid

The program consists of 60 total trimester credit hours and can be completed in 24 months.

Visit our Investment page to learn more about the value of earning your degree with ADU Online and for more information on tuition and financial aid.

For eligible students, a variety of financial aid, ranging from grants to scholarships and employer reimbursement, is available.

Applicants who work in the Florida Hospital System can use employer reimbursement to pay for their degree. To reach the education assistance team, call 407-303-3452 or email them at Your director will need to approve you for reimbursement. After you’ve received approval, the education assistance team will work with ADU Online to help manage the reimbursement while you earn your degree.

If you aren’t an employee of Florida Hospital, contact your employer directly to see if it offers tuition reimbursement or speak with an Admissions Coordinator at ADU.

ADU Online is committed to the success of each of our students. Our caring commitment to you starts with the application and enrollment process. Should you have any questions about applying or admissions, speak with an Admissions Coordinator today.

Apply today.