When you think of colleges in West Virginia, you may think of Marshall or Fairmont, but there are many other colleges in and around great cities like Charleston, Morgantown, and Parkersburg. Many of them also offer on-campus or online degrees in ultrasound technology. Browse through our list below until you find one that suits your needs.
As a West Virginia ultrasound technician, you will:
- Use imaging equipment for procedures such as sonograms or ultrasounds
- Work in a hospital, physician’s office or imaging clinic
- Diagnose medical conditions
- Ensure patient’s needs are met
Some career figures for ultrasound technician professionals in West Virginia:
- Average annual salary: $54,010
- Currently employed: 280
- Employment outlook: 44% Growth over the next ten years
- Most popular degrees: Associate’s Degree, Professional Certificate
Figures courtesy of the U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Employment & Wages database.
Ultrasound Technician Schools in West Virginia