New York Human Resources Colleges and Schools
The state of New York offers certificate and degree programs at both 2- and 4-year schools that target business students looking to begin or advance careers in human resources. Learn about the program levels, prerequisites and curricula for two institutions' offerings. The table concluding this article also provides additional school data.
- Rochester Institute of Technology is located in northern New York, in Rochester, and offers a certificate in human resource development, an associate's degree in human resource administration and a master's degree in human resource development.
- Pace University - New York is situated in New York City. This school offers a certificate, a bachelor's degree and several master's degree options in human resources management.
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Comparison of Schools
After exploring the information about available programs, students may wish to delve even further and look at some school data. The table below points out differences in student population, tuition and graduation rates.
|Rochester Institute of Technology||Pace University - New York|
|School Type||4-year, private not-for-profit||4-year, private not-for-profit|
|Total Enrollment (2014)||16,310*||12,857*|
|Campus Setting||Large suburb||Large city|
|Undergraduate Tuition & Fees (2015-2016)||$37,124*||$41,333*|
|% of First-Year Students Receiving Some Form of Financial Aid (2013-2014)||95%*||97%*|
|Acceptance Rate (2014)||57%*||85%*|
|Retention Rate (2013)||86%*||76%*|
|Undergraduate Graduation Rate (Students starting 2008)||63%*||55%*|
Source: *NCES College Navigator.
Rochester Institute of Technology
Located in upstate New York, RIT is a 4-year private school with a student population of more than 16,000. Those interested in working in human resources can earn certificates, associate's degrees or master's degrees at RIT.
Certificate in Human Resource Development
While learning about the human resources field, students gain knowledge about interview practices, benefits, compensation and working with employees. Other classes teach organization, corporate culture and human resource management.
Master of Science in Human Resource Development
To enroll in this program, students must already have baccalaureate degrees with grade point averages of at least 3.0, among other requirements. Courses include applied data analysis, competitive staffing and selection, human resource management and strategic employee development.
Pace University - New York
Pace University, a private university in New York City, enrolls more than 12,000 students. Through its Lubin School of Business, future human resources professionals can pursue undergraduate and graduate degrees.
Certificate in Human Resource Management
Non-degree-seeking students with at least two years of prior college coursework can enroll in Pace University's business certificate programs, including one in human resources management. Certificate students take five junior-level courses in management, training and organizational development drawn from the Bachelor of Business Administration curriculum.
Bachelor of Business Administration in Human Resources Management
Students take classes in management, business strategy, organization behavior, human resources management, international management, training and development, long-range planning and employment law. An internship program is available to students.
Master of Science in Human Resources Management
This 30-credit degree program offers courses in human resources management, training and development, staffing, benefits, compensation, negotiation and bargaining, recruitment and research methods. The curriculum is designed to refresh the skills of established upper management HR professionals and equip middle managers to pursue career advancement into upper management.
Master of Business Administration in Human Resources Management
This degree program is for those interested in working in the field internationally. Specialized courses include global performance management, global staffing and employee development, international human resources management and transnational business systems. Classes are also available to teach about human resources management on specific continents.