Master of Human Resources Tuition & Scholarships
We want every deserving student to gain access to Rollins’ personalized learning environment and transformational educational experience. That’s why we keep tuition to our Master of Human Resources program as low as possible and offer an assistantship to offset the cost of tuition.
Some additional fees may apply for various courses. Future costs are estimated based on expected annual tuition increases.
Cost per four-credit-hour course
Cost per credit hour
Total program tuition
Estimating Your Expenses
While we’re confident that earning your master’s degree from Rollins will be one of your life’s greatest investments, we also know that the cost of college is just one of the expenses you’ll have to juggle. That’s why our financial aid officers assembled this estimate of annual expenses. Use this as a guide as you begin to plan your budget while you’re in graduate school, and remember that our expert counselors are always ready to help steer you through the process.
The costs listed below are for the 2023-2024 academic year. Fees paid to Rollins are in bold in the cost column.
Cost of Attendance
Human Resources Graduate Assistantship
The Master of Human Resources program funds one graduate assistantship position. The student selected for this position works in Rollins’ Center for Career & Life Planning and receives compensation of up to $9,750 at the rate of $15 per hour. This position will be posted in late spring via the Rollins Handshake jobs site.
Financial Aid Opportunities
Graduate students are encouraged to file a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to see if they're eligible. In addition, our financial aid counselors have created a loan resource to help you decide on the right path to pay for your college education.