The bachelor’s degree in cardiovascular technology is an innovative program combining three years of coursework with an immersive 15-18 month internship at accredited clinical sites. In CVT, you’ll study anatomy, human physiology, organic chemistry and physics and learn how to help physicians evaluate, diagnose and treat heart patients.
With a degree in cardiovascular technology, you can begin your health care career immediately — or you can pursue an advanced degree or a professional program such as medical school. Your degree gives you the knowledge and experience needed to go where your heart takes you.
If you’re a current UofSC student with questions about the cardiovascular technology major, contact
Lourie White, Program Coordinator
If you’re a prospective student considering enrolling at the university and want to find out more about the cardiovascular technology program, contact:
Lydia Matesic, Program Director