Executive MBA program fees

The Executive Master's in Business Administration (EMBA) degree program is not funded by the Quebec Ministry of Higher Education and is therefore considered to be a privatized program.

Master's of Business Administration (MBA) program fees

$37,500 annually for 2 years

You can access view and manage your tuition & fee payments online. You can also access this information by going to My CU Account in the Student Hub.

Students who are concurrently registered in an EMBA program and a Qualifying or Graduate Independent program or are registered as an auditor in a Graduate course will be charged tuition and compulsory fees in addition to the annual EMBA program fees.

Prerequisite and deficiency course fees

A deficiency course is a course that must be taken in addition to the nominal credits in a student's program and does not apply to the degree program. Deficiency credits may include graduate or undergraduate courses.

  • All deficiency and prerequisite registered course credits that do not apply to the student's Goodman Institute degree program will be charged tuition and compulsory fees on a "per credit" basis. 
  • These fees are charged in addition to, and concurrently with, the annual program fees charged.


"Elective" and 'Hors programme' courses

Courses that cannot be applied to the student's degree program are considered to be "elective" or 'cours hors programme'.

  • These courses and are charged tuition and compulsory fees on a "per credit" basis. 
  • These fees are charged in addition to, and concurrently with, the annual program fees charged.

Audit course fees

Courses not taken for credit are registered under a student's Master's or PhD program, and an Audit grade is recorded to the student's record.

  • Audited courses are charged tuition and compulsory fees on a "per credit" basis.
  • These fees are charged in addition to, and concurrently with, the annual program fees charged.

Health insurance for International students

Immigration Quebec services and the Ministère de l'Éducation, de Loisir et du Sport du Québec (Quebec government), require that all International students be covered by a health insurance plan while studying and living in Quebec. To this end, the University has implemented a compulsory health and accident insurance plan for its International students.

Exemptions

International students possessing Québec Medicare cards or certain private insurance coverage may be eligible for an exemption from enrolment in the compulsory insurance plan. To apply for the exemption or for further information please speak with the Assistant Director of the EMBA.

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