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Master of Science in Cybersecurity Tuition and Fees

Price-Conscious Tuition

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.

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.

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

Online Master of Science in Cybersecurity (MSCS) Tuition and Fees, 2022–2023

  • Total Number of Credits: 36
  • Cost Per Credit: $735
  • Total Estimated Tuition: $26,460
  • Application Fee: $25
  • Technology Fee: $100 per term

Students must 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 of Minnesota reserves the right to revise tuition payment policies at any time.

Tuition Savings

Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota has partnerships with select organizations to offer a 10 percent tuition savings and waived application fees toward continuing education. To see if your organization offers a tuition discount, visit our corporate education page. Our list of partnerships is growing, so be sure to contact an enrollment counselor if you don’t see your organization listed.

Tuition Support

Our enrollment counselors can help guide you to various resources for additional financial support.

Financial Aid

Loans and grants scholarship opportunities and more are potential financial aid options for qualifying degree-seeking students enrolled at least half-time.

Students must complete a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to receive financial aid.

Get Started Now

Complete the form below to download your free program brochure and learn more about Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota’s online programs. An enrollment counselor will contact you shortly to share more information and answer your questions. When you’re ready, you can click Apply Now to start your online application.