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Domestic Tuition

Graduate Studies


The fees listed below are for the 2019-20 academic year:

Tuition fees may be subject to change.

Master of Arts in Criminal Justice
Full-Time Student*: $7,795.27 per year
Part-Time Student: $3,936.03 per year

Master of Arts in Cultural Studies
Full-Time Student*: $7,795.27 per year
Part-Time Student: $3,936.03 per year

Master of Arts in Environmental, Resource and Development Economics
Full-Time Student*: $7,795.27 per year
Part-Time Student: $3,936.03 per year

Master of Arts in Indigenous Governance
Full-Time Student*: $7,795.27 per year
Part-Time Student: $3,936.03 per year

Master of Science in Applied Computer Science and Society
Full-Time Student*: $7,795.27 per year
Part-Time Student: $3,936.03 per year

Master of Science in Bioscience, Technology and Public Policy
Full-Time Student*: $7,795.27 per year
Part-Time Student: $3,936.03 per year

Masters in Development Practice**:
Full-Time Student*: $21,445.27 per year
Part-Time Student: $10,761.03 per year

Masters in Management:
Full-Time Student*: $23,186.20 per year
Part Time, starting year ONE: $11,689.71 per year
Part Time, starting year TWO: $11,511.03 per year

Master of Marriage and Family Therapy***:
Full-Time Student*: $5,528.59 per year
Part-Time Student: $2,802.69 per year

Master of Arts in Theology*** program fees: click here

Joint Masters Program fees: click here

Continuance Fee (all students): $3,104.10

*
includes UPASS. Rates are subject to change.

**
Tuition includes 2 Field Placements; one Domestic and one International. (See MDP website for more information).

***Theology & MFT Graduate students will have their fees listed in Web Advisor/Student Planning immediately after registration is complete, except for the U-PASS fee and, if applicable, Health Insurance fee. Both fees will be added within 5-10 working days of registration completion if the student is eligible. 

NOTE: All Program-based fees for Masters programs are 100% non-refundable if program withdrawal occurs after the add/drop date of the first term of acceptance. 



Additional Fee Information

The University of Winnipeg Student Association (UWSA) Health Plan is available upon request for Domestic students. There is both single and family coverage available. If you wish to opt-in, you must complete a UWSA Health Plan application form available from the UWSA office. All students can extend their UWSA health coverage to their spouse and/or dependents. For more information about the UWSA Health Plan, please contact the UWSA via email at health@theuwsa.ca or via phone at 204-786-9992. For information on opt-out/opt-change, please consult the UWSA website

UPASS is a transit pass for unlimited use on Winnipeg Transit services from September 1 to April 30. Your student ID card is required when using this pass. Only full-time students are eligible to receive the UPASS. For more information, please consult the UWSA website

For information on incidental & one-time fees, click here

For tuition fee payment schedule, click here.