Yearly Fees and Charges
In thesis programs, students are charged a flat rate based on 15 credits per term if they are registered full-time. In non-thesis programs, students are charged a flat rate (based on 15 credits per term) if they are registered full-time, or a per credit rate if they are registered for less than 12 credits.
Exceptions: In the M.L.I.S., S.T.M., M.A. in Counselling Psychology (60-credit program), M.A. Teaching and Learning (non-thesis), M.Sc. in Public Health (non-thesis), M.Sc.A. in Nursing, M.Sc.A. in Occupational Therapy, M.Sc.A. in Physical Therapy and M.Ed. programs, students are charged strictly per credit. All newly-admitted students in the M.B.A. Program as of Fall 2010 are subject to a new tuition rate structure, which is in the process of being determined. Students admitted to the M.B.A. prior to the Fall 2010 term are subject to the previous fee rate structure, where tuition is charged on a per credit basis.
Part-time, Qualifying, Special, Diploma and Certificate students will be charged tuition fees at the per credit rate and will be subject to student society fees, student services fees, and administrative fees.
Students who have completed the residency requirements for their program and yet have not completed the program requirements are required to be registered in a supplementary term until graduation. Where a student is in a thesis program, this is called “Additional session” and fees will be charged each term that they are registered, including the summer. Students required to register in a Thesis Evaluation Term upon initial submission of the thesis, will be charged only society and administrative fees in each term that they must be registered. Where a student is in a non-thesis program, this is called “Non-thesis extension” and fees will be charged in each Fall/Winter term that they are registered. Please refer to Master's Degrees and Doctoral Degrees.
Students registered as “Non-Resident” pay fees of $100 per term ($200 per year).
In the Summer term, students with a status of “Continuing” in a thesis program are not charged tuition fees, unless they are enrolled in courses which are considered extra to their program. Students in a non-thesis program taking courses in the Summer will be charged tuition on a per credit basis. Postdoctoral candidates are charged fees for membership to the Post-Graduate Students' Society (PGSS) as well as the PGSS Health & Dental Insurance plan.