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Nuclear Medicine Technology Estimated Costs, Tuition and Fees

UMMC's Student Financial Aid maintains estimated costs of attendance and tuition, including information about SHRP programs such as the Nuclear Medicine Technology program.

As stated in the UMMC Bulletin, the Medical Center reserves the right to increase or modify tuition and fees without prior notice subject to the approval of the Board of Trustees of State Institutions of Higher Learning.

Estimated additional expenses

In addition to tuition and health insurance, students should be aware of the following additional expenses:


  • Educational supplies
    • Laptop computer with Microsoft Office software - $1,200
    • Office supplies - $200
    • Textbooks - $500
    • Clinical tracking system - $100
    • Professional poster - $100
  • Lab apparel/uniforms
    • Scrubs, lab coat/patch, shoes, etc. - $410
  • National board exam/certification
    • ARRT national certification examination fee - $200
  • Other
    • National board exam review/travel - $250
    • Basic life support training (CPR) - $40

Total estimated costs - $3,000

Electronic device

Students are required to have a computer. This cost is factored into "Educational Supplies" (above). To ensure that students have a computer/device that meets minimum standards to function with UMMC platforms, it must at least function at the following levels:

  • Windows 10 or newer OR Macintosh: OS X Catalina (10.15) or newer;
  • Must be patched by operating system company regularly;
  • Modern browser such as the latest Chrome or Internet Explorer/Edge; and
  • Must run a modern and updated anti-virus solution

Travel to off-campus clinical rotations

Students are required to travel to off-campus clinical rotations in the Jackson area. Therefore, students should be prepared to provide their own transportation and other incidental expenses during these clinical rotations.

Withdrawal/tuition refunds

The Nuclear Medicine Technology curriculum is designed to be sequential (i.e., all courses for each semester are prerequisites for courses in subsequent semesters). Students are not allowed to withdraw from a single class without withdrawing from the entire program. When a student becomes interested in withdrawing from the program, the UMMC Bulletin provides details regarding the institution's withdrawal policy and related tuition refunds. Additionally, withdrawal dates are highlighted on the academic calendar provided on the School of Health Related Professions webpage.