Some schools that are considered good options for graduate human resource programs include New York University, Rutgers University, Carnegie Mellon University, Pennsylvania State University and George Washington University, according to Study.com. Good schools for undergraduate human resource degrees include Quinnipiac University, DePaul University, North Carolina State University and Illinois State University. Human resource management focuses on the development of policies and systems to manage people in an organization and increase performance.
One example program is the Master of Human Resource Management at Rutgers University, which trains students to design human resource management systems and examine their impact. Students can also join the Rutgers Society for Human Resource Management. New York University's Master of Science in Human Resource Management and Development program combines academic work with real world experience. The school was the 10th ranked graduate business school in the 2014 edition of "U.S. News and World Report."
For undergraduate students, Quinnipiac University offers a the B.S. in Management with Human Resource Management Track within its business school. It has a 4-year graduation rate of 72 percent, as of 2015. Students in the BSB Management program with a Human Resources Concentration at DePaul University can experience an experiential learning year as juniors. North Carolina State University offers undergraduates a Human Resources Management concentration in its Business Management program, with opportunities to study abroad.