In law school, during your second and third years you are able to pursue any classes that you. Completing a "program" is not exactly what it sounds like. Many schools have human rights clinics that provide the most direct practice to prepare you for practicing as a lawyer in the human rights field. Even though they do not explicitly state that they are "international human rights", these programs focus on human rights issues all over the world. The courses that you choose from cover a great variety of human rights issues and can either focus on general human rights internationally or may focus on human rights issues in different geographic areas. Choosing classes and participating in clinics are the best way to pursue studies of international human rights. George Washington University, UCLA, Columbia, Emory, and NYU all have strong international human rights programs.