Through its Carlson School of Management, this public institution offers both bachelor’s and master’s programs in human resources and industrial relations. Undergraduates complete core courses in the following:
Graduation requirements also include eight HR electives plus a senior capstone on personal and organizational leadership. The master’s program builds a multi-disciplinary foundation in economics, psychology, business, ethics, and law. Employers obviously value this graduate degree – 91% of the 2020 graduating class accepted employment offers within six months of earning their diploma. Furthermore, the starting base salary for the class of 2020 was $80,000.
Saint Mary's University of Minnesota offers 2 Human Resources degree programs. It's a medium sized, private not-for-profit, four-year university in a faraway town. In 2020, 59 Human Resources students graduated with students earning 46 Master's degrees, and 13 Bachelor's degrees.
|School||Average Tuition||Student Teacher Ratio||Enrolled Students|
|University of Minnesota-Twin Cities Minneapolis, MN||22 : 1||52,017|
|Walden University Minneapolis, MN||213 : 1||49,695|
|Concordia University-Saint Paul Saint Paul, MN||56 : 1||5,585|
|Saint Mary's University of Minnesota Winona, MN||53 : 1||5,152|
|Rasmussen University-Minnesota St. Cloud, MN||44 : 1||3,927|