Tuition and Fees

Non-Standard Fees List

If you are registered in one of the graduate programs or courses listed below, please contact gradfees@ualberta.ca for information regarding your fees.

List of Graduate Programs & Courses with Non-Standard Fees

Arts School in Lille - Graduate

Executive Master of Business Administration

Master of Accounting

Master of Arts in Communications Technology (MACT)

Master of Arts in Native Studies (Online Course Based Program)

Master of Business Administration – General MBA (Domestic and International assessments)

Master of Business Administration – Ft. McMurray

Master of Education in Curriculum and Pedagogy - ONLINE

Master of Education in Educational Studies

Health Sciences Education (HSE)

Master of Financial Management (Calgary)

Master of Financial Management (China_Shenzhen)

Master of Financial Management (Shanghai)

Master of Financial Management (Xi’an)

Master of Science in Integrated Petroleum Geosciences (IPG)

Master of Library & Information Science – ONLINE

Master of Science in Internetworking (MINT)

Master of Science in Physical Therapy (course-based)

Master of Science Specialization Program in Multimedia

Master of Science in Urban and Regional Planning

Orthodontics MSc and PhD Graduate Programs

Periodontology MSc and PhD Graduate Programs

Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in Bridging to Canadian Physical Therapy

Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in Indigenous Sport and Recreation

Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in Pain Management - REHAB 535/536/537

Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in Sexual Health

Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in Stroke Rehabilitation - REHAB 540/541/542

Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in Teaching and Learning in Higher Education - EDPS 558/559

Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in Teaching and Learning in Higher Education - EDPS 560/561

Post-Master’s Certificate in Business Fundamentals

Post-Master’s Certificate in Innovation and Entrepreneurship

EDPS 514 – ONLINE

REHAB 500

REHAB 570

 

Students enrolled in standard programs who are registered in courses from any of the above programs or in undergraduate Engineering courses for credit or audit, are subject to extra fees.

All course-based students and Thesis-based students admitted prior to Fall 2011 will be paying the full fee associated with taking these courses. Thesis-based students admitted on or after Fall 2011 will pay fees in addition to their program fees.

Please note that graduate students may register in some undergraduate courses that enhance their understanding of their graduate programs. The list above only includes graduate programs and courses with non-standard fees. The Registrar’s Office has a more comprehensive list here.