MBA Tuition and Supplemental Fees

Below are the fees per each four-month academic term for students entering our MBA programs in September 2019. These fees have been approved by the Board of Governors of McMaster University. Fees indicated below, apply to 2019/20 only and are subject to change.

DeGroote MBA and MBA with Co-op
(Domestic – Canadian Citizen or Permanent Resident)

Tuition9,005.28
Athletics and Recreation Activity Fee41.48
Educational Trading Centre Fee15.00
Career and Professional Development Fees274.36
MSU Health Insurance*136.00
MSU Dental Insurance*126.50
Total per Academic Term$9,598.62
Co-op work term fee (see notation below)$1,750
Non-Essential Fees
MBA Student Association100.00
MBA Graduation Ring52.50

DeGroote MBA and MBA with Co-op
(International –  Visa Student**)

Tuition19,868.16
Athletics and Recreation Activity Fee41.48
Educational Trading Centre Fee15.00
Career and Professional Development Fees274.36
MSU Health Insurance*136.00
MSU Dental Insurance*126.50
Total$20,461.50
Co-op work term fee (see notation below)$1,750
Non-Essential Fees
MBA Student Association100.00
MBA Graduation Ring52.50

Part-time
(Domestic – Canadian Citizen or Permanent Resident)

Tuition per academic course2,295.03
Essential Athletics and Recreation Activity Fee per term20.73
Total$2,315.76

Part-time
(International – Visa Student**)

Tuition per academic course4,967.04
Athletics and Recreation Activity Fee per term20.73
Total$4,987.77

Part-time Blended Learning

Tuition6,388.00
Athletics and Recreation Activity Fee20.73
Total$6,408.73

 


Notes:

Please note that MBA with Co-op students are required to pay the Co-op Program Fee of $5,250. For convenience this fee has been divided into three installments of  $1,750.00 and are applied to the student account when the student is on the work term. Students that choose to transfer out of the Co-op program are required to pay the full MBA with Co-op Program Fee. 

* Fees applied to Student Account once per academic year.

** All Visa students must enroll in the University Health Insurance Plan (UHIP):  Please refer to International Students Services for more information.

Payments must be made by the appropriate deadlines listed below:

  • Fall session – September 25
  • Winter session – January 25
  • Summer session – May 25

Any academic course taken off sequence is considered a part-time course and students need to pay extra for that academic course in the term in which it is taken.

Part Time Students are limited to a maximum of two courses per term. If a part-time student wishes to enroll in 3 courses, they will be charged the Full-time fees. Please speak to an Academic Advisor for further clarification.

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