DMS courses are only offered during the weekday. There are some general study courses that can be taken at night, online, or on weekends.
Depending on your course load, the first two years will help you determine your personal work schedule; however, once students begin DMS course work, it is not recommended that students work full-time. The DMS course work will require the student to be in classes one to two days a week with the remaining days in clinical training. Clinical courses require students to spend 16 to 32 hours per week in the clinical setting outside of class time. Students will spend approximately 32 to 36 hours per week in sonography training.Back to Top