Human Resources & Industrial Relations Tuition & Aid

2023-2024 Tuition

ProgramMinnesota and Reciprocity (ND, SD, WI and Manitoba) Resident*Non-Resident
Full-Time Program (40 credits total)$11,460 per semester (10-16 credits per semester)$19,010 per semester (10-16 credits per semester)
Part-Time Program (40 credits total)$1,159 per credit$1,159 per credit

*Residents of Minnesota, Wisconsin, North Dakota, and Manitoba receive in-state tuition.


ProgramMinnesota and Reciprocity (ND, SD, WI and Manitoba) Resident*Non-Resident
Student Services$500/semester$500/semester
Technology Fee$616/semester$616/semester

Note: For part-time students, student services fees are charged based on how many credits a student is taking.

Financial Aid

Graduate fellowships can be awarded to highly-qualified full-time students and are generally given for one academic year. There is no separate application for the fellowships but all applicants are encouraged to submit their applications by the priority deadline to have the best opportunity for fellowship review. There are also employment positions available within the program that students can apply for as those openings come up in late summer. The positions are usually ten hours per week during the academic year and position announcements are sent to current and incoming students as applicable. In addition, loans and work-study opportunities may be available for U.S. students and permanent residents.

Your Return on Investment

Learn about the return on investment of Carlson School's Master of Human Resources and Industrial Relations program from alum Claire Guderjahn.

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