Doctor of Clinical Nutrition (DCN)

Program Cost of Attendance

Estimates for tuition are based on the 2023-2024 tuition rates for 11 credit hours per semester and is subject to change. For a more detailed breakdown of the tuition and fees, please refer to the UTMB Office of Enrollment Services.

Download: DCN Program Costs (pdf)

Additional Expenses

Health Insurance is required and students may opt to enroll in UTMB's insurance plans or provide proof of insurance coverage. Immunizations, drug tests, background checks, fingerprinting (common for school districts) are required and have variable costs. Costs for program resources such as books, supplies, and technology exist. The table below is an approximate estimate, and each student is likely to incur a unique total cost of program attendance.

Other Charges

  • Graduation Fee: $128.00
  • Late Registration Fee: $100.00
    Any student registering on or after the first class day
  • Late Payment Fee: $100.00
    Any student paying fees after the payment deadlines
  • Lab fees and course-related fees vary by course

Starting Spring 2014 - Enrollment Deposit $200, pays toward UTMB tuition

Students opting into the Student Health Insurance

  • Fall: $1437.00
  • Spring: $1137.00
  • Summer: $864.00

Proctoring Fees

For exams that are administered online or remotely, it is required that UTMB verify student identity. While UTMB does not charge a fee for this service, there may be additional fees for proctored examinations or other proctored activities charged by non-UTMB facilities or by non-UTMB proctors such as ProctorU. These fees are the responsibility of and must be paid directly by the student to the facility or proctor.

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