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MASTER'S IN HUMAN RESOURCE (HR) MANAGEMENT ONLINE

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Credit Hours

36

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Per Credit

$675

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Duration

2 yrs

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Program Benefits

  • PHR/SPHR Certification Preparation
  • SHRM-Aligned Curriculum
  • Digital Badging and Graduate Certificates Available

Paying for a Master of Arts in Human Resource Management (MAHRM) is a sound investment that can accelerate your career and increase your earning potential. Find the master's of HR management tuition and fees below, as well as details on financial support available with Saint Mary's.

An Affordable Education in Human Resource Management

Saint Mary's University of Minnesota strives to offer an affordable MAHRM degree program, including tuition support like scholarships, payment plans, and competitive financial aid packages for students who qualify. Take advantage of the flexible schedule of the online MAHRM program to continue working while you earn your degree and save on lodging and commuting costs.

Online MAHRM Tuition and Fees, 2021–2022

Total Number of Credits

36

Cost Per Credit

$675

Total Estimated Tuition

$24,300

Application Fee

$25

Technology Fee

$100 per term

Students are required to pay the current tuition rate for all classes taken toward their degree. The tuition is based on the tuition rate of the program through which the course is offered.

Saint Mary's University reserves the right to revise tuition payment policies at any time.

Choose the Best Value for Your Master’s Degree in Human Resource Management

The online Master of Arts in Human Resource Management prepares students to be HR leaders at an affordable price.

While tuition for other HR master’s programs costs an average of $34,166, Saint Mary’s program is a cost-effective $24,300. An average savings of more than $9,000 ensures students get the best value when becoming a versatile HR professional ready to lead the heart of a company.

While the total cost and fees for a program may vary, our team works hard to ensure that our degrees are affordable.

Master's in Human Resource Management Tuition Comparison: Saint Mary's University of Minnesota Tuition, $24,300; Average Tuition, $34,166

Saint Mary’s MA in Human Resource Management tuition = $24,300

Average MA in Human Resource Management tuition = $34,166*

*Comparison data is based on published 2021-2022 tuition rates from a selection of major human resources master's programs in the region.

Tuition Savings

Saint Mary’s University has partnerships with select organizations to offer a 10% tuition savings and waived application fee toward continuing education. To see if your organization offers a tuition discount click here. Our list of partnerships is growing so, be sure to contact an enrollment counselor if you don't see your organization listed.

MAHRM Tuition Support

Financing your future doesn't have to be complicated — there are many resources available and we're here to help. Learn more about financial aid options, private loans, scholarships, employer tuition reimbursement, and corporate partnership programs. You can also call 877-308-9954 to speak with one of our enrollment counselors who have the knowledge and experience to guide you through the process. Military students, find out about military tuition discounts.

Employer Reimbursement

The value and merit of an MAHRM degree is broadly recognized by employers. So much so, some employers cover the cost of MAHRM tuition so their employees can be more effective human resource managers, which contributes to the health of the company's bottom line. Learn more about employer reimbursement and how your online master's degree can be beneficial to your employer, too.

Saint Mary's is committed to providing an affordable, graduate-level education and ensuring that you have access to the financing options you need to make earning your degree possible.

For more information about tuition, the financial aid application process, available scholarships, or your eligibility, call us at 877-308-9954 to speak with an enrollment counselor, or request more information.