Sonography is a rewarding career path with a range of areas in which to specialize. Sonographers (also known as ultrasound technologists) work in hospitals, doctors’ offices, and diagnostic clinics. As a sonographer, you’ll operate specialized equipment, using high-frequency sound waves to create images of a patient’s internal organs and tissues. You’ll perform the procedures for a variety of purposes—including creating images of an unborn child. 

With ARRT credentials in Sonography, you’ll have the knowledge and confidence to provide the highest levels of patient care. You’ll also have the skills to capture the best possible ultrasound images.  


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Having ARRT credentials can help you stand out among job candidates. To obtain certification and registration in Sonography using the primary pathway, you must fulfill requirements in education, ethics, and examination. You’ll also have to complete the application process successfully. 

Make sure to review these important Sonography documents to help you prepare:

The Sonography credential can also be obtained through our postprimary pathway. To use this route you must meet a different set of requirements, one of which is to first be certified and registered in a supporting discipline. 


Earning a credential from ARRT is a great way to advance your career. If you have questions along the way, we’re here to help. Take a look at our FAQs or call us at 651-687-0048, ext. 8560, for more information.