Cost of Program

Traditional Bachelor of Science Program

Estimated Fees for Arkansas Residents Estimated Fees for Arkansas Non-Residents

Degree Completion Program

The Bachelor of Science Degree Completion Program’s curriculum can vary by student based on their previous education.  To calculate an estimated cost of the program that is specific to the number of hours needed for your degree completion, please see the list of itemized tuition and fee rates here.  If you need assistance determining how many hours you’ll be required to complete, please contact the program at

**Students enrolled at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences are required by University of Arkansas Board policy (Policy 1260.1) to have health insurance coverage at all times. The responsibility for obtaining health insurance coverage rests with the student. Students are urged to investigate for themselves the policy best suited to meet their particular needs. Students are encouraged to confirm their coverage under their existing plan of insurance prior to registration or, if they do not have any existing insurance, obtain such coverage.  A Student Injury and Sickness plan offered by Academic Health Plans is available to all UAMS students.  The amount reflected on this line is an estimated cost of plan offered by Academic Health Plans.  A summary of the plan’s coverage, eligibility requirements, and instructions for enrollment of students and their eligible dependents as well as contact information for a UAMS representative that can assist you is detailed at this link


Department of Imaging and Radiation Sciences/Radiologic Imaging Sciences Program

Joseph R. Bittengle Memorial Endowed Scholarship

  • This scholarship was established in 2011 to honor the memory of a man who believed strongly that caring for others was paramount, who valued education and life-long learning, and who serves as a professional mentor to many faculty members and students during his fifteen years at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences.  Joseph Bittengle embodied professionalism, promotion of academic excellence, and service to others.

Dr. and Mrs. W. R. Brooksher, Jr. Endowed Scholarship

  • In 1958, the Arkansas Medical Society Alliance established this scholarship in honor of Dr. and Mrs. W.R. Brooksher, Jr. to aid students training as medical technologist, x-ray technicians, physical therapists, occupational therapists, and medical social workers.  Dr. Brooksher was a pioneer in the use of x-ray technology in Fort Smith, Arkansas. Endowed by the Arkansas Medical Society Alliance in 2009, the scholarship is awarded annually to an outstanding student in Radiologic Imaging Sciences.

Kenneth C. Pederson Memorial Scholarship

  • Kenneth C. Pederson was a faculty member in the radiologic technology program when an unfortunate accident took his life in 1971. This scholarship was established shortly after Mr. Pederson’s untimely death in memory of his dedication, compassion, and excellence to his profession and his students. The scholarship is awarded annually to a student who demonstrates high personal and academic achievement, as well as financial need.

Scholarships for continuing students enrolled in the NW Arkansas Radiologic Imaging Sciences program:

Jeremy L. Overstreet Memorial Scholarship

  • This scholarship was established in loving memory of Mr. Jeremy L. Overstreet by the Overstreet family in 2011. A dedicated student with unwavering personal strength, Overstreet graduated in 2005 with high honors from the Radiologic Imaging Sciences program at the UAMS Area Health Education Center in Fayetteville. After graduation, he worked at Mercy Health Systems in Rogers until he passed away of cancer in 2011.

Scholarships for new students enrolled in the Radiologic Imaging Sciences program who are from the Southwest Arkansas area:

Dr. and Mrs. Cyrus P. Klein Scholarship

  • The Dr. and Mrs. Cyrus P. Klein Scholarship was established by Dr. and Mrs. Cordell L. Klein to provide financial assistance and recognize high academic achievement by students in the Radiologic Imaging Science program through the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences.