The Echocardiography Cardiovascular Technology program equips students with high level of education; provide students with evidence based knowledge and skills to allow them to offer high quality care for patients, which is in line with the University’s mission and goals.
The Echocardiography Cardiovascular Technology program will provide competency based education, linking professional and ethical concepts to clinical practice in order to prepare graduates for the world of working within cardiovascular medicine. The program will also cover all aspects of education and training to produce cardiovascular technologists with abilities parallel to their colleagues in the rest of the world.
The period of study for the Bachelor of Cardiovascular Technology is four years followed by a one year of internship which student will receive a clinical training in one of the units of Cardiovascular Technology in the hospitals. Students in the program receive coursework in Physiology for Echocardiography Technology, Principles of Cardiac Pathology, Doppler Physics and Cardiac Hemodynamics, Congenital heart disease and Trans esophageal Echocardiography. Working under the guidance of a faculty mentor, each student completes a research project, collects and analyzes data, and presents the results in both written and oral formats.
Coordinator, Cardiovascular Technology Program
Co-coordinator, Cardiovascular Technology Program.
Administrative Assistant III