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Asked by: Naim
Question: Hey,I'm Naim. From South Asia.☺ I wanna know about the commerce sector. 1st question: how many credits in total will I have to take in total 4 years of undergrad program? 2nd question: I want to know about the the average annual tuition fee of commerce depertment undergrad programs? (I know it depends on me but PROBABLY how much it can be?) 3rd question: I saw,there was given 1617.00CAD is one course fee. So how many courses will I have to take in one semester? I mean probably how many? Thank you brother. Lots of love. Jai hind

Answered by: Soureen
Answer: Hi Naim, 1st Answer: The required amount of credits to graduate is 120 credits (3 credits per course). This means you will have to do about 30 credits of course work per year over the next 4 years to graduate. You can take summer classes to customize your schedule which means you will have less courses in the academic term of Sept - April session. 2nd Answer: The average tuition fee could range from 12500 to 16000 depending on how many courses you take and also depends on what faculty the courses belong to. If you want more specific info on the tuition fee then you can visit the SMU website and in the search bar type "undergraduate tuition calculator". This would give you an idea how much you will be paying per year. 3rd Answer: The number of courses taken per semester totally depends on you since you have the power to customize your schedule. There is no formal requirement by the university that you have to take certain number of courses per semester which allows you to graduate early or even in your 5th year. Most students take 5 courses per semester in the Sept- April term ( 2 semesters) which means 10 courses per academic year. Out of these 10 courses, 6 or 7 courses will be business courses and others would be electives of your choice from a different faculty. Hope this helps!
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