Students in course-based programs are assessed tuition fees by course, based on the level of the course.
Each year, at the time of the student’s annual registration, each course-based student is assessed a non-refundable tuition fee equivalent to a graduate half-course, whether or not the student has registered in a course. This fee will be credited to the first half-course taken in the registration year.
Please note that differential fees are assessed for MBA courses offered by the Haskayne School of Business, for undergraduate courses in the Faculty of Medicine and for undergraduate courses in the Faculty of Law. All students who take these courses are required to pay the differential fee. Students in thesis programs who take courses with differential fee assessments will be required to pay the differential fee assessment in addition to their normal program or continuing fees.
Students who audit courses pay half the current course fees. For courses with a differential fee assessment, for example, MBA courses, a student who audits a course pays half the current course fee + half the current differential fee.
ACADEMIC STAFF, POSTDOCTORAL FELLOWS and VISITING SCHOLARS (not to be interpreted as visiting students) are eligible to audit without payment of fees, are not required to seek admission to the University, but must obtain written permission from the instructor of the course on a "Permission to Audit" form obtainable from Enrolment Services. Such audits will not be recorded on an official transcript. Academic staff and visiting scholars who wish to have an audit course recorded on an official transcript must pay the regular audit course fees.