Diagnostic Sonography Ultrasound School
Phone: (608) 263-8338
The Society of Diagnostic Medical Sonography Presents, "Diagnostic Medical Sonography - a SOUND career decision"
The Ultrasound School (known as the School of Diagnostic Medical Sonography) is a hospital-based clinical training program hosted by UW Hospital and Clinics in Madison, Wisconsin.
The school holds a formal affiliation agreement with UW-Milwaukee to provide professional clinical training to Bachelor of Science candidates enrolled in the College of Health Sciences Diagnostic Medical Sonography degree program. Applicants complete the first two years of their degree requirements at UW-Milwaukee (either directly or via transfer credits), then apply to our program for the last two years of professional coursework. If accepted, students complete the junior and senior years of training with our clinical instructors, both in the classroom and at various clinical sites in the surrounding area. Graduates of the program receive a B.S. degree from UW-Milwaukee.
The School of Diagnostic Medical Sonography offers professional training in two specializations. Follow the links below to learn more about each specialty and how to become eligible to apply for our program:
- Blood vessels
- Abdominal organs
- Pelvic organs
- Pregnant uterus
- Ultrasound physics