The ADU Department of Diagnostic Medical Sonography (DMS) offers an associate of science degree on the campus of Porter Hospital in Denver. Specializing in general sonography, the program utilizes a blended-learning format that combines the classroom with variety of web-based and lab-based instructional tools to provide a unique educational experience that is designed to help students succeed.
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The chairperson for the DMS program, Charlotte Henningsen, has not only held numerous offices in the Society of Diagnostic Medical Sonography (including currently holding the position of Foundation President and Immediate Past President), she has also authored her own textbook, and was the chairperson for the National Education Curriculum (NEC) Task Force for Sonography.
Employing a distinctive blend of the classroom setting coupled with an online environment that encompasses a variety of e-learning resources including: computer-based learning and digital collaboration. Blended learning provides easy access to lecture content any time of the day and helps students apply the knowledge gained in the classroom in a practical way.
Clinical sites within the greater Denver Metropolitan area will enhance classroom learning and provide the necessary hands-on education needed to become a skilled and successful sonographer.
Information regarding Adventist University of Health Science's institutional accreditation can be found at: adu.edu/about/accreditation. The General Sonography Program, Denver cohort, is recognized as part of the Diagnostic Medical Sonography Program, administered through the Orlando, FL campus and is accredited by CAAHEP.
Additional program information and admission requirements can be found at: http://www.adu.edu/academics/diagnostic-medical-sonography/diagnostic-medical-sonography-program or calling (303) 765-6271.