Tuition & support

Affordable and professional

The Master of Electronic Commerce allows students to take graduate and professional courses from Dalhousie's faculties of Computer Science, Management, and Law.

MEC has program-based fees, as opposed to pay-per-course fees, that are competitive relative to other master-level programs. MEC students take a variable number of courses depending on their program stream and pay fees by semester.

Tuition fees

The exact amount of tuition and incidental fees is determined by the Registrar's Office.

Internships & research positions

MEC students often pay part of their tuition through paid internships or research positions. Though the money earned varies, students have found that these positions have helped make the degree program highly affordable.