School Tuition and Fees

All tuition and fees are effective as of February 1, 2021.

Program Hrs Hourly Tuition Reg Supplies Total
Computer Technician Networking Specialist 900 $15.50 $13,950 $50 $1,400 $15,400
Diagnostic Medical Sonography 2,470 $15.85 $39,150 $100 $2,850 $42,100
Medical Assistant 910 $14.77 $13,440 $50 $1,400 $14,890
Medical Billing Specialist 180 $14.67 $2,640 $50 $750 $3,440
Medical Office Administration 600 $14.67 $8,800 $50 $1,400 $10,250
Practical Nursing 1,332 $15.35 $20,447 $50 $2,860 $23,357
Radiologic Technology 2,080 $17.00 $35,360 $100 $2,860 $38,320
Web Application Design and Development 900 $14.93 $13,437 $50 $1,260 $14,747

Diagnostic Medical Sonography

Students enrolled in Hunter Business School’s Diagnostic Medical Sonography program should expect to incur additional out-of-pocket expenses throughout their 23-month program.

This includes, but is not limited to, travel to externship sites, two medical examinations, any necessary required blood work and immunizations, and fees to apply for the American Registry for Diagnostic Medical Sonography national certification and registry exams.

Medical Assistant

Students enrolled in Hunter Business School’s Medical Assistant program should expect to incur additional out-of-pocket expenses throughout their program, including but not limited to travel to externship sites, a medical examination, any necessary required blood work and immunizations, and fees to apply for a national certification exam.

Practical Nursing

Students enrolled in Hunter Business School’s Practical Nursing program should expect to incur additional out-of-pocket expenses, including but not limited to, travel to clinical sites, CPR certification, a medical exam, any necessary required blood work and immunizations, and fees to apply for a national licensure examination (NCLEX-PN).

Radiologic Technology

Students enrolled in Hunter Business School’s Radiologic Technology program should expect to incur additional out-of-pocket expenses throughout their 16-month program

This includes, but is not limited to, travel to clinical sites, a medical examination, any necessary and required blood work and immunizations, a background check, a drug test (depending on the clinical site), and fees to apply for the exam given by The American Registry of Radiologic Technologists® (ARRT), which satisfies New York State licensing requirements.

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