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The following performance/technical standards and essential functions outline reasonable expectations of a student in the diagnostic medical sonography program for the performance of common sonographer functions. Students enrolled in the diagnostic medical sonography (DMS) program at Baptist College of Health Sciences (Baptist College) must exhibit and acknowledge having the abilities and skills according to the standards listed below:
As an RN, are you looking for a BSN curriculum track to advance your career; one that provides an effective bridge for diploma and ADN-prepared nurses who wish to develop strong clinical reasoning and analytical skills?
Students who are interested in pursuing a degree in health care management or medical laboratory science, or current licensed registered nurses pursuing a BSN, have options to apply for accelerated degree programs. All three programs have an accelerated degree tract so you are able to complete your degree in 16 to 19 months.
For students interested in these programs, please click on the following links:
Announcing Our Exciting New Major in Biomedical Sciences
If you are a student who is preparing for a career in medicine, pharmacy, dentistry, physical therapy, optometry, biomedical research, or other health-related fields, biomedical sciences is definitely the major for you. This major is also ideal for students who are interested in the health care field but are not yet sure of their specific goals.
If you have graduated from an accredited high school and are in your first year of college, Baptist College strongly recommends that you apply for admission as early in your college career as possible and complete your prerequisites at Baptist College.
Although admission to the college does not guarantee acceptance/selection to the professional program/major, priority for acceptance/selection to the professional major is given to freshmen and current Baptist College students.