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Cardiotech Ultrasound School does
not discriminate on the basis of
race, sex, handicap, religion, age,
national origin, or veteranís status.
Information, policies, and rules
contained here is subject to change
without prior notice.

No part of this statement should
be interpreted as a contract or
an offer to contract. The
statement is intended only as an
informational guide.

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the admissions,education curricula,
or administrative policies should
be directed to the school director.
Complaints:
This school has a Certificate of Approval from the Texas Workforce Commission. School number S-1852. Students must address complaints about this school or any of its educational programs by following the grievance process out lined in the schoolís catalog. Students dissatisfied with the schoolís response to complaint or who are not able to file a complaint with the school, can file a formal complaint with TWC, as well as with other relevant agencies. Information on filing a complaint with TWC can be found at Texas Workforce Commission Career Schools and Colleges website. http://csc.twc.state.tx.us/
Contact Info:
Texas Workforce Commission Career Schools and Colleges,
101E 15th Street,
Austin, Texas 78778-0001
Tel: 512-936-3100
NEW CLASSES BEGIN ON SEPTEMBER 2ND
ENROLLMENT IS NOW IN PROGRESS FOR THE FOLLOWING PROGRAMS:

ECHOCARDIOGRAM TECHNICIAN

VASCULAR TECHNOLOGY

DIAGNOSTIC MEDICAL SONOGRAPHY

EKG

ARDMS/CCI Exams Review.


Cardiotech Ultrasound School is a private accredited institution located in southwest Houston, Texas since 2002 which is regulated by Texas Workforce Commission Career Schools and Colleges.

MISSION:
Cardiotech Ultrasound School offers independent post-secondary education programs dedicated to providing quality training to persons interested in Allied Health careers as a profession.

CAMPUS:
The campus is small, housing six class rooms, three labs, six administration offices, a lounge, student computer room, and lunch room. All programs are residential. No distance education is available to students.

FACULTY:
Our faculty consists of credentialed individuals who have substantial experience as educators or practitioners. Students can seek additional help from faculty member throughout the duration of the program.

SUPPORT TEAM:
Members of the Administrative and support staff create a stress free environment to encourage a relaxed learning atmosphere for all students.

CLASS SIZE:
Classrooms are small. Class size averages 8-10 students creating a high instructor-student ratio. The setting encourages high retentions and a pleasant learning atmosphere.

LABS:
Students have the opportunity to learn through the use of the school's well-equipped true life laboratories with a variety of ultrasonic and physiological assessment equipment.

PROGRAMS:
Programs are presented in English only, and are designed to allow students the opportunity to merge lectures with hands-on learning as early as the second semester of the program.

CLINICAL ROTATION:
Clinical rotation starts in the third semester of the program. Students must complete at least one semester of pathology and lab skills courses prior to starting clinic rotation. Seniors are encouraged to share their clinical experiences with others through monthly campus meetings.

GRADUATES:
Graduates are encouraged to return to campus to speak to current students about work experiences.

INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS:
The school enrolls foreign students. I-20 forms are available for international students.

FINANCING:
Federal Financial Aid in the form of PELL grant and Direct student Loans are available to US citizens and legal residents who are qualified students. Information is available at www.FAFSA.ed.gov. The school offers a 0% interest monthly payment plan.

ADMISSION:
Students are admitted to the programs three times per year; Fall, Spring and Summer. Refer to the admissions page for additional information on admissions.