Mentoring. Collaboration. Innovation. With more than 20,000 graduate and professional students from around the globe, Rutgers is a leading research university in one of the world’s great metropolitan regions. Graduate students who come to Rutgers find professors who challenge and inspire, peers who support and encourage, and the resources that help students achieve their specific advanced-study goals.
Rutgers is home to some of the world’s foremost graduate programs and research centers with specializations in areas as diverse as microbiology, jazz, food science, spinal cord injury, printmaking, autism, regenerative medicine, marine and coastal sciences, macromolecular structures, turf grass science, philosophy, theatrical fight choreography, dentistry, and women’s history.
Programs of Study
Schools Offering Graduate Programs
Graduate programs are offered at schools in New Brunswick/Piscataway, Newark, Camden and additional locations, including Scotch Plains and Stratford, across the state.
*part of Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences
Hubs of Innovation and Discovery
At Rutgers, more than 300 specialized research centers and institutes provide lively forums for graduate students to engage in research projects with leading scholars. From the Center for Women and Work to the Institute of Marine and Coastal Sciences, students engage in unique, often interdisciplinary, projects at the forefront of their fields.
Strength in the Health Sciences
Rutgers University has become even stronger. The recent addition of seven health sciences schools and a number of centers, institutes, and clinics reinforces the university's mission of teaching, research, and service and has helped propel the state university into the top echelon of national research universities. Learn more.