Application Deadline Approaching – Make an appointment to discuss your application details ASAP (email Dr. Moses Hdeib at HdebM@health.missouri.edu for application)
Submit the $40.00 Diagnostic Medical Ultrasound Program application fee with the completed healthcare Volunteering and observation forms as well as all official transcripts to be received by the DMU Program Admissions Committee no later than February 1st. Check or Money Order should be made out to University of Missouri. Do not send cash via mail. We are unable to accept either charge cards or Student Charge.
Deadline: February 1
Undergraduate candidates who apply to the DMU program must have and maintain a core cumulative GPA of 2.75 or higher. To be considered for application, undergraduate candidates must have a minimum ACT composite score of 22 on file with the University of Missouri. Applications may be obtained by e-mail to the DMU Program Director, Dr. Moses Hdeib at email@example.com.
MU Financial Aid
Information available by contacting the Financial Aid Office
11 Jesse Hall
Columbia, MO 65211-4230
Current University of Missouri Students
The DMU Admissions Committee will get testing information for students currently enrolled at MU from the UMC Registrar’s Office.
If you have not taken the ACT, or GRE, or wish to update your scores, the test is available through the University Testing Center, 205 Parker Hall. Call at least one week in advance for an appointment (573-882-4801).
If the MU location is not convenient for you, check with your own school’s testing office to make arrangements for the exam.
Test of English As A Foreign Language (TOEFL)
We expect international students to know English well enough to:
• Comprehend oral lectures
• Participate in discussions
• Read textbooks with full comprehension
• Write effectively in English
The minimum TOEFL score for the Diagnostic Medical Ultrasound Program is 100 in the new scoring model. This is equivalent to a paper-based score of 600.
CLEP/Advanced Placement Scores
CLEP and Advanced Placement scores are accepted in accordance with the University and School of Health Professions policies. Students who have completed less than 90 credits may complete course requirements through CLEP or AP testing. CLEP or AP scores awarded for weighted pre-requisites GPAs will result in the GPA being calculated on only graded credits available.
Note that acceptance to MU does not guarantee acceptance to the DMU program, but ultimate admission to the DMU program is contingent upon admission to the University of Missouri- Columbia.
In addition to meeting the academic and clinical education requirements, students must possess and exhibit those personal qualities and characteristics which are associated with patient welfare and professional trust. High ethical standards of behavior are an integral aspect of the academic and professional conduct, and they are a part of the regular overall evaluation process.
SHarP Scholar Application
The Diagnostic Medical Ultrasound Program offers a guaranteed admission option for high school seniors and first semester MU freshmen. Students selected as SHarP Scholars, who remain in good standing, are guaranteed a position in the Diagnostic Medical Ultrasound Program upon successful completion of the requirements for admission to the program.
Potential SHarP Scholar students must:
- Rank in the top 10% of their high school class of the time of application
- Attain a minimum composite score of 30 on their ACT or 1330 on their SAT
- Make an appointment to meet with the program director to discuss your application
- Complete and return SHarP Scholar application materials by the due date
- Submit the provided Recommendation Forms as instructed
- Complete minimum required observation hours as instructed by the program
- Complete an interview if necessary
**Meeting the eligibility criteria does not guarantee acceptance as a SHarP Scholar
To apply, click each form to download the Word or PDF format (PDF documents should be opened using Adobe Reader and not PDF viewers):
- Submit the SHarP Scholar Application by carefully reading and following the included instructions
- Submit a Recommendation form to your Guidance Counselor or Principal
- Submit a Recommendation form to a Teacher or Professor who is familiar with your academic performance
- Complete and log 4 hours of observation in a Ultrasound field on the Observation Form
All candidates must submit official transcripts of their previous course work to determine if the minimum prerequisites have been met. Undergraduates must have a minimum of 35 acceptable credit hours of prerequisite curriculum and graduate students must have a minimum of 45 acceptable credit hours.
You must have official transcripts of completed college work from every school attended. Send transcripts to:
Diagnostic Medical Ultrasound Program
University of Missouri-Columbia
405 Lewis Hall
Columbia, MO 65211-4560
Transcripts must be received by February 1, of year of application for undergraduate applicants. If you cannot be certain an official transcript will arrive by this date, a photostatic or unofficial copy accompanying your application will suffice until the official transcript is received.
Moses Hdeib, M.D., RDMS, RDCS, RVT
Program Director and Director of Graduate Studies
Diagnostic Medical Ultrasound
School of Health Professions
University of Missouri
405 Lewis Hall
Columbia, MO 65211-4560