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Widener-Crozer Diagnostic Medical Sonography Program

In conjunction with Widener University, Crozer offers a 20-month, full-time, bachelor program in the general concentration for Diagnostic Medical Sonography (DMS or ultrasound). This program is a combination of online, hybrid and seated classes and is considered an advanced-level program, with fast-paced courses and no opportunity to repeat courses. Mimimum grades are required for each prerequisite course and an overall 3.3 GPA is highly recommended. A grade of 3.0 must also be maintained for each course during the 20-month DMS portion of the program. Classes will commence every September and the program goal is to prepare competent, entry-level, general sonographers in the cognitive (knowledge) psychomotor (skills) and affective (behavior) learning domains. The Widener-Crozer Diagnostic Medical Sonography Program is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs upon the recommendation of the Joint Review Committee on Education in Diagnostic Medical Sonography.

Applicants will be required to either obtain a bachelor degree through Widener University or enter with a bachelor degree and obtain a post-baccalaureate certificate. The Widener academic advisor will evaluate each student for necessary requirements. All inquiries and applications should be directed to Widener University. Learn more about Widener University's prerequisites and tuition for this program.

Class Capacity

A maximum of eight students will be accepted every September and January.

About Crozer-Chester Medical Center

Backed by a century of history and tradition, Crozer-Chester Medical Center is a renowned regional teaching hospital located in Upland, PA, which is between Philadelphia and Wilmington, DE.

A highly sophisticated medical center, Crozer offers open-heart surgery, renal transplants, high-risk obstetrics and neonatal intensive care, as well as specialized cancer, burn, and trauma treatment. Crozer’s Level II trauma center is the only trauma facility in Delaware County. At Crozer, our state-of-the-art facilities become your classroom, providing the hands-on training you need to become a highly skilled healthcare professional.

Technical Standards Sign Off

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Contact Information

Widener University

Undergraduate Extended Learning

Phone: 610-499-4282

Fax: 610-499-4369


Crozer Health

Lauren Anziano

Phone: 610-447-2532