TUITION & FEES
Tuition for the Medical Dosimetry Program (2023-2024) is $4,775.00 for each of the program’s 6 quarters and a total of $28,650 for the entire program. Tuition payments are due as follows:
Fees for the Medical Dosimetry Program (2023-2024) are non-refundable once the student has begun instruction during the quarter to which they apply and are due as follows:
|Tuition Enrollment||Q 1/2||Q 3/4||Q 5/6||Total|
|Clinical Lab Fee||$500.00||$500.00||$500.00||$1,500.00|
The fees listed above include the following:
- The Technology Fee is used to provide students with online learning resources, the learning management system, the student portal and the computerized library.
- The Clinical Fee is used to cover the cost of students’ coverage under the Center’s Malpractice/Liability insurance policy, to operate and maintain the student lab and to provide students with a variety of educational affiliated clinical internship sites.
- There will be no hourly charge for make-up sessions/activities.
Students are required to have a physical examination and be medically cleared by a private physician as well as have a criminal background check performed. The background check is done through a third-party company called Castle Branch. More information regarding clinical clearance will be provided in the orientation packet. The clinical clearance fees are estimated at $460.00.
Students are required to purchase all textbooks on their own. Textbook costs range from $485 to $985.00, depending on program pathway.
Payment Plans may be available to students on a case-by-case basis.
Room and board – students are required to make their own arrangements for housing. The cost of room and board is at the student’s expense.
Field trips and meetings are at the student’s expense.
Upon graduation, the student must apply for the credentialing examination. Fees for the examination are at the student’s expense.
Student may wish to join one or more of the professional organizations in the field. Membership fees are at the student’s expense.
Students are expected to supply their own health insurance plans.