Associate of Science –Cardiovascular Sonography
Help Diagnose and Treat Heart Problems Through Ultrasound Imaging
- Gain skills to conduct ultrasound images of the heart and vascular system, including echocardiograms.
- Learn how to evaluate test quality, record data and produce reports for physicians and other care team members.
- Complete your degree in as few as 21 months of study.
Cardiovascular sonographers (CVS) help diagnose problems with the heart and vascular system (veins, arteries, etc.). They use ultrasound waves to create images and video of how the heart functions so physicians can identify and treat problems with their patients, such as clogged arteries, blood clots, deep vein thromboses, irregular heartbeats, and more. The CVS degree program at Concorde in Tampa teaches you fundamental cardiovascular medicine concepts and practical techniques for taking heart sonograms, echocardiograms, vascular sonograms, and more. You’ll also learn how to record and evaluate data gathered during your tests.
Take the Next Step Now
Want a career with real heart? Get in touch with Concorde in Tampa today to find out if our CVS associate degree program is right for you.
Our AS degree program equips you to pursue a career as a cardiovascular sonographer in as few as 21 months. When you graduate, you’ll be able to pursue career opportunities in hospitals, clinics, cardiology offices and many other care settings.
- Cardiovascular Pathology
- Cardiovascular Pharmacology
- Cardiovascular Registry Review
- Vascular Sonography
Job opportunities for cardiovascular sonographers look set to expand nationwide and in Florida as demand for health care continues to grow.
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