Get Right to the Heart of the Matter

Cardiac sonography and vascular sonography are two of the most sought-after specialties in today’s allied health care field. You can gain a competitive advantage by studying both in NSU’s integrated program.  

Your diagnosis can help save patient’s lives. As a cardiac sonographer, you’ll use ultrasound imaging to assess, detect, and diagnose diseases of the heart. Your skills in vascular sonography will allow you to identify anatomical and physiological changes caused by diseases of the arteries and veins.

Our curriculum gives you an edge with extensive, hands-on laboratory experience, including the use of a 3D echocardiography simulator (typically reserved for physician training). You’ll develop your skills through an intensive 12-month clinical externship.  Your completed degree will ready you for national professional registry exams and empower you to excel in this competitive field.

Apply for NSU's Bachelor of Science in Cardiovascular Sonography.

Quick Facts

NSU’s B.S. in Cardiovascular Sonography program is 122 total credits to complete.
Start Dates
Classes for the Bachelor of Science in Cardiovascular Sonography program begin every May.
Delivery Options
Classes for the B.S. in Cardiovascular Sonography program are delivered through a combination of on-campus lecture and hands-on training in our ultrasound laboratory and one online course per semester.
Tuition for the B.S. in Cardiovascular Sonography program in Tampa is $21,715 for the 2019-2020 academic year.

Career Outcomes

Diagnostic Medical Sonographer $65,620 Average Salary Per Year
Cardiovascular Technologist and Technician $65,620 Average Salary Per Year

Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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