Office of the Registrar
University Regulations (2006/2007)
1.3 Tuition and Related Fees
1.3.1 Undergraduate Students (other than Medical Students)
  1. Unless otherwise specified, tuition fees are charged according to the credit hour value associated with the registered course(s). Courses are 3 credit hours unless otherwise indicated.

  2. For the purposes of calculating tuition:

    • the credit hour value of each of the A and B components of a linked course shall be equivalent to one half of the credit hour value of the B component (see Glossary of Terms Used in the Calendar);

    • the credit hour value of F courses and non-degree courses (i.e. certificate programs) shall be three; and

    • the credit hour value of courses with "W" in the final position of the course number, excluding co-operative education work terms, shall be three.

  3. Fees for citizens of Canada and permanent residents

    • Fee per credit hour: $85

    • Co-operative education work terms: $323

    • Technology 4100 and Technology 4200: $1,154

    • Maritime Studies 4100 and Maritime Studies 4200: $1,154

    • Music 141A, 141B, 241A, 241B, 346A, 346B, 446A and 446B (per course): $454

    • Computer Science 3700 (per semester): $154

  4. Fees for international students

    • Students entering in September 2003 or later

      Fee per credit hour: $293.33

    • Students entering prior to September 2003

      Fee per credit hour for the academic year 2005/2006: $292.66

    • Co-operative education work terms

      Students entering September 2003: $1,020

      Students entering prior to September 2003: $840

    • Technology 4100 and Technology 4200: $3,999.93

    • Maritime Studies 4100 and Maritime Studies 4200: $3,999.93

    • Music 141A, 141B, 241A, 241B, 346A, 346B, 446A and 446B (per course): $1,573.31

    • Computer Science 3700 (per semester): $533.32

  5. Tuition refunds based on withdrawal from course(s)

    • A student dropping courses within two weeks following the first day of lectures in any semester will not be liable for tuition fees for those courses. Students dropping courses after that time will receive tuition fee refunds on a prorated basis. Any student who drops a course from two weeks to three weeks following the first day of lectures in any semester shall have 50% of the tuition refunded. Any student who drops a course from three weeks to four weeks following the first day of lectures in any semester shall have 25% of the tuition refunded. No tuition will be refunded for courses dropped after five weeks following the first day of lectures in any semester. For the actual dates relating to these refunds, see the University Diary.

    • In the case of sessions, accelerated courses and courses offered outside of the normal time frame of a semester or session, the tuition refund drop periods will be prorated accordingly.

    • Tuition fees will not be refunded for any reason, including medical, for courses dropped after the final refund date.

1.3.2 Undergraduate Students (Medical Students)
  1. Fees for citizens of Canada and permanent residents

    • Annual tuition fee (September 1 - $3,125, January 1 - $3,125): $6,250

  2. Fees for international students

    • Annual tuition fee: $30,000

1.3.3 Graduate Students
  1. Fees are payable at the time of registration. All graduate students must be registered in each semester of the three-semester academic year throughout the period of their program until all academic requirements for the degree have been met and they have been deemed eligible to graduate by the School of Graduate Studies. Final dates in each semester for notification of completion of academic requirements, in order to be deregistered from Graduate Registration 9000/Medicine 9900 without incurring liability for continuance fees, are included in the University Diary.

  2. There is a minimum fee for all graduate degrees. The amount of this fee for both Canadian and international students will depend on the semester fees in effect during his or her period of registration. Semester fees are subject to review at least annually. They are:

    Program

    Fee Per Semester for Citizens of Canada and Permanent Residents

    Fee Per Semester for International Students

    # of Semesters Fee Must Be Paid

    Masters candidate:

    Plan A

    Plan B

    Plan C

    $733

    $486

    $1,010

    $953

    $632

    $1,312

    6

    9

    3

    Master of Business Administration (Executive Option)

    $7,000

    $7,000

    4

    Master in Oil and Gas Studies

    $10,500

    $10,500

    3

    Master of Science in Medicine (Applied Health Services Research)

    $2,000

    $2,000

    6

    Graduate Diploma Candidate

    $323

    $420

    9

    Doctor of Philosophy candidate (for students admitted prior to September 1, 2004)

    $911

    $1,183

    9

    Doctor of Philosophy candidate (for students admitted after September 1, 2004)

    $683

    $887

    12

  3. M.D.-Ph.D program:

    • M.D. component - standard M.D. fees for four years

    • Ph.D. component - standard Ph.D. fees plus continuance fees, if required, during the active Ph.D. component

  4. At the time of first registration, each masters's candidate must select a payment plan. The fee payable in the first and subsequent semesters will depend upon the payment plan selected. Once selected, the payment plan will remain in effect for the duration of the student's period of registration, and cannot be changed. Payment Plan C is available for selected programs only.

  5. A student who completes his or her program in a period of time shorter than that covered by the selected payment plan will, in his or her final semester be required to pay the difference between the product of the semester fee in effect in that final semester and the number of times which a fee should have been paid in accordance with the payment plan selected, and the actual amount paid.

  6. A student whose program extends beyond the period covered by the selected payment plan will be assessed the appropriate program continuance fee for each additional semester of registration. Continuance fees will be charged until the program is complete.

  7. The program continuance fees per semester for citizens of Canada and permanent residents entering September 2004 are:

    • Masters candidate: $334

    • Graduate Diploma candidate: $162

    • Doctor of Philosophy candidate: $570

  8. The program continuance fees per semester for citizens of Canada and permanent residents, and international students entering September 2004 are:

    • Masters candidate 8.15% of the total program fee for Plan A

    • Graduate Diploma candidate 8.15% of the total program fee

    • Doctor of Philosophy candidate 8.15% of the total program fee

  9. The program continuance fees per semester for international students entering prior to September 1, 2004 are:

    • Masters candidate: $434

    • Graduate Diploma candidate: $210

    • Doctor of Philosophy candidate: $741

  10. The semester fees listed above cover only the courses (if any) prescribed for the program by the academic unit and approved by the Dean of Graduate Studies. A student taking courses which are not part of the approved program must pay for them separately in accordance with the fee schedule for undergraduate courses.

  11. A graduate student who is permitted by the Dean of Graduate Studies to transfer from a diploma program to an allied master's program or from a master's program to a Ph.D. program before the former is completed will be required to pay the difference between the fees for the two programs, based on the semester fee in effect during each semester of the new program. This additional payment shall be made over the duration of the remaining semesters for which program fees are owed, or over three semesters, whichever is greater.

  12. A graduate student who wishes to withdraw from his or her graduate program must inform the Dean of Graduate Studies, in writing, within three weeks after the first day of lectures in the semester. Failure to do so will result in the student being held responsible for the fees due to the end of that semester. Administrative fee for approved retroactive requests for leave of absence or withdrawal from program: $25

  13. Where a thesis is required by a particular degree or program, a fee will be charged to cover the cost of binding two copies of the thesis.

    • Thesis binding fee: $20

  14. Special Fees: In addition to the semester fees, the following programs charge a special fee:

    • Master of Education (Information Technology)

      charged half in semester 1 and half in semester 4: $2,550

    • Master of Nursing (Nurse Practitioner Option)

      charged in semester 4 for students on Plan A and semester 7 for students on Plan B: $12,813

    • Post-Master of Nursing (Nurse Practitioner) Diploma

      charged in semester 1: $12,813

1.3.4 Post-Graduate Residents and Interns
  • Registration fee per annum: $500

1.3.5 Lifelong Learning
  1. Diploma in Information and Communication Technology Students

    • Option 1: Full-time and includes a work term (payable over three consecutive semesters): $15,000

    • Option 2: Full-time without a work term (payable over three consecutive semesters $5,000, $5,000, and $3,000): $13,000

    • Option 2: Part-time without a work term (payable over seven consecutive semesters): $10,000

    • Repeat Course fee: $295 per credit hour

    • Program Continuance Fee for full-time students who do not complete the program in the normal program period: $352

1.3.6 Distance Education and Learning Technologies
  1. For distance education courses, there are administrative fees which are charged in addition to the tuition fees for these courses. These fees cover the cost of course materials (excluding textbooks), rental of video and audio tapes and management of web courses.

    • Administrative fees (per credit hour for Newfoundland and Labrador addresses): $17

    • Administrative fees (per credit hour for out of province addresses): $34

    • Change of examination location fee: $50

    • Deferred examination fee: $65

1.3.7 Penalties for Late Registration
  1. A late registration fee is assessed by the Registrar and applies to students who register after the deadline specified in the University Diary.

    • Basic fee: $20

    • Additional fee per day: $10