The Financial Investment

Tuition and fees for students entering the program in Fall 2020 are $73,700*. Applicants are also required to pay a $100 application fee.

This program fee includes tuition, books, study materials, meals and parking while attending classes, and the travel and accommodation costs for the International Study Tour. In addition, a Surface laptop will be provided to each student for the duration of the program.

The total amount is payable as follow:

  • $1,500 confirmation deposit upon admission into the program
  • $16,925 due by the end of September 2020
  • $18,425 due by the end of January 2021
  • $18,425 due by the end of September 2021
  • $18,425 due by the end of January 2022

* Figures are in Canadian dollars and are subject to change.

Canada Alberta Job Grant

The Canada-Alberta Job Grant is a training initiative designed to help organizations and employees engage in new training programs. The grant covers up to 2/3rd of the total cost of training, to a maximum of $10,000 per employee and $300,000 per organization.
Canada Alberta Job Grant

Professional Student Line of Credit

While the University doesn't offer loans directly to students, most major financial institutions offer lines of credit designed specifically for students pursuing a professional graduate degree.