Applicants must have completed, or be currently enrolled in, Introductory College Physics, College Algebra, and Anatomy and Physiology II before the March 1 application deadline. Applicants may not have more than nine credits of remaining prerequisite courses that will be completed during the summer semester prior to enrollment in the fall.
The following 48 credits are required from an accredited college or university and must fulfill all College requirements regarding acceptance of transfer credit:
|Area/Typical Course Title||Minimum Semester Credit|
|Two-semester sequence of English Composition||6|
|Fundamentals of Speech or Speech Communication||3|
|College Algebra (or higher level Mathematics)||3|
|Two-semester sequence of Anatomy and Physiology with laboratory||8|
|Introductory College Physics*||3|
|Music, Art, Theater||3|
|Philosophy, Political Science, Literature, or Humanities||3|
|History of the United States or National Government||3|
|Two-semester sequence of History of Civilization or World History||6|
|Introduction to Sociology||3|
|Computer Concepts or Computer Fundamentals||3|
To be considered for acceptance into the program, the applicant must have earned a cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher at the time of application. In addition, only grades of “C” or higher are accepted in all course work.
*Introductory College Physics must cover acoustics, wave motion, heat, electricity, force, and energy.
Actual course titles may vary among institutions. Consult the Division Director for preprofessional counseling.
Fulfillment of the Diagnostic Medical Sonography preprofessional curriculum does not assure admittance into the professional program (please see Application Procedures and Deadlines).
Not more than one course in the following group will be accepted in transfer to meet degree requirements: band, studio, physical education, military science, English as a second language (ESL), manual skills.