All of MSJC diagnostic medical sonography students pass licensing exam

MSJC accredited program is one of three at state community colleges

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Top row left to right: Martell Ritzberg, Crysta Matson, Katie Montagne, Rachel Aguilar, Tina Hubert. Bottom row left to right: Jade Le, Selena Luna, Ana Dimas, Maria Mitchell.

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All nine students who made up the Mt. San Jacinto College Diagnostic Medical Sonography (DMS) class of 2017 passed their licensing exams before MSJC graduation day on May 26.
The accomplishment of 100 percent of students receiving Registered Diagnostic Medical Sonographer (RDMS) licensing before graduation is a first for the DMS program. This licensing enables students to become employable on or before graduation day.
The MSJC Diagnostic Medical Sonography program is accredited through the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Program (CAAHEP), which allows students to sit for licensing exams 60 days before graduation. MSJC is one of only three accredited community college programs in Southern California. For more information, contact Tracy Francis, interim DMS program director, at 951 639-5565.

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