Tuition & Fees
Your post-secondary education is an investment in your future. Most students combine financial help from relatives with part-time work, scholarships, bursaries and student loans to cover these costs. Tuition and fees apply to all Undergraduate, Graduate and Continuing Studies programs. For more information, please click on the links below.
The Undergraduate (or Bachelors) degree is a first degree. Many students start an Undergraduate degree straight from high school, or after working for a few years. Upon completion of an Undergraduate degree, students receive one or more of the following credentials: Bachelor of Arts (BA), Bachelor of Science (BSc), Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA), Bachelor of Applied Science (BASc), Bachelor of Education (BEd) or Bachelor of General Studies (BGS).
The Graduate (Masters or Doctorate) degree is meant for students who have already completed an Undergraduate (Bachelors) degree (see above). After completing a Graduate degree, students receive a Masters or Doctorate degree.
Programs in Continuing Studies focus on personal and professional development. Our courses, certificates, diplomas, and other programs will help you finish a university degree, feed your passion for knowledge, move ahead in your current career, or start a new one.