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Here is my constructions:

  1. How much are the course tuition fees?
  2. How much is the course tuition fee?

So my question is, should I use 'are ... fees' or 'is ... fee'?

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Fully agree with user8543. Just a bit more explanation might be helpful.

If someone is charging you more than one fee, use ...are fees. 'Fees' are common in some cases as in booking a cricket ground. We do that. When we are billed, there are fees such as maintenance fee, pavilion fee, membership fee etc. On the other hand, as a healthcare provider, I charge patient only for the physical examination. That is my fee ;)

So, in your case, you might have just one fee or more than one fee, fees.

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Fairly straightforward. If there are multiple fees for the course, use are...fees. If there is one fee, use is..fee.

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