Bachelor of Science in Diagnostic Medical Sonography (BS)— Vascular & Abdominal Fast Track

School of Medical Imaging and Therapeutics

Location: Boston
Start Term: Fall

This two-year program, year-round program—designed for transfer students and bachelor’s degree holders—builds on your previous college studies to extend your expertise into vascular and abdominal medical imaging.

Help Detect and Diagnose Medical Conditions

In this 24-consecutive-month program at our Boston campus, you will work alongside professional experts through clinical experiences in prestigious New England area medical facilities. The accelerated nature of the program gives you the benefit of an immersive education and speeds your career launch. Your bachelor’s degree will include a comprehensive curriculum with a concentration in vascular and abdominal medical imaging. Upon graduation, you will be eligible to sit for national registration by the American Registry of Diagnostic Medical Sonography (ARDMS). The program starts in the fall.

Master Technologies Essential to Diagnoses

Diagnostic medical sonography provides collaborating physicians with multidimensional images of patients’ internal systems—a first step in addressing many health conditions.


National average salary for diagnostic medical sonographers. (U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics in 2023)

#4 Best Diagnostic Medical Sonography and Ultrasound Bachelor's

In the U.S., as ranked by College Factual.

Pick the Perfect Medical-Imaging Career Path

MCPHS offers medical imaging careers across five fast-growing fields.

Find your fit

Hands-on Training Starts Right Away

MCPHS DMS-Vascular and Abdominal students work in small groups with faculty experts on the latest technology in their first semester.
Students participating in an Interprofessional Education event.

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