Rutgers University–New Brunswick

Some schools at Rutgers University–New Brunswick are units of Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences (indicated by an *) and are listed under both headings.

Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy

The Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy prepares students for both public- and private-sector careers, teaching and research professions, and service at all levels of government. Students are trained and employed in the areas of land use, political processes, public health, employment and social policy, human services, transportation policy and planning, housing and real estate, urban redevelopment, and regional development and planning.

Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy *

The Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy is recognized as providing one of the most challenging, dynamic, and satisfying programs of study leading to the doctor of pharmacy degree. In concert with a supportive faculty and staff, students at the school build a foundation for learning that continues long after graduation.

Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology

The Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology is committed to meeting the need for well-educated and well-trained professional psychologists. The school offers programs in clinical psychology and school psychology, with concentrations in community psychology and sport psychology. The school’s doctor of psychology degree programs are designed to provide doctoral training for students who wish to attain excellence as professional psychologists and offer services to the community in a wide variety of settings, especially those with underserved populations.

Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences *

The Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences develops scientists who contribute new knowledge in the biomedical disciplines. The school offers a rigorous curriculum of coursework and research training in a range of degrees in such specialties as biochemistry, environmental exposure, infection, molecular genetics, neuroscience, pharmacology, physiology, and toxicology.

Graduate School of Education

The Graduate School of Education is dedicated to the study and improvement of educational institutions, processes, and agents to empower people to act as reflective, compassionate, and effective participants in a diverse and interconnected world. As a professional school within New Jersey’s flagship public university, the production and dissemination of knowledge about education is central to its mission.

Graduate School–New Brunswick

The Graduate School–New Brunswick has faculties in the academic arts and sciences, as well as several professional fields. The faculty is drawn from virtually all of the academic divisions of the university. Most graduate-degree programs offer instruction in small classes and seminars, provide for close association between students and faculty members, encourage independent study, and work with their students to create programs flexible enough to meet mutual interests and needs.

Mason Gross School of the Arts

As the arts conservatory of Rutgers, Mason Gross School of the Arts is a professional school offering undergraduate and graduate degrees in music, theater arts, visual arts, and dance. The school’s mission is to identify and nurture outstanding creative talent and to instill the insights and skills needed by future generations of arts professionals, enabling them to contribute to the creative and scholarly activity so essential to the vitality of our culture and society

Robert Wood Johnson Medical School *

Robert Wood Johnson Medical School’s mission centers on education, advanced research, community health, and direct patient care. Home to 20 basic science and clinical departments, the school also houses major research institutes that focus on a range of topics, from cardiovascular medicine to women’s health. Its principal teaching hospital, Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital, consistently ranks among New Jersey’s top three hospitals.

Rutgers Business School–Newark and New Brunswick

Rutgers Business School–Newark and New Brunswick offers undergraduate and graduate programs, through its three degree-granting units, that equip graduates with the skills they need to function in today’s diverse global business environment. With a focus on teamwork, the curriculum brings an innovative and thoughtful approach to problem solving in real-world business settings. The school educates students at two main campuses in Newark and New Brunswick, as well as five satellite locations in New Jersey, China, and Singapore. Steeped in academic excellence, with a distinguished faculty and a corps of successful alumni, the school delivers the business, science, and technology credentials demanded by global corporations.

School of Arts and Sciences

The School of Arts and Sciences is the undergraduate school for liberal arts and sciences. The study of the arts and sciences is the foundation of undergraduate education and academic excellence at Rutgers. With more than 800 faculty and more than 70 majors and minors in biological and physical sciences, humanities, mathematics, social and behavioral sciences, and interdisciplinary studies, the School of Arts and Sciences is the largest unit at the university, combining excellence in teaching with world-class research and service to the state.

School of Communication and Information

The School of Communication and Information is a leader in responding to the information revolution and the fast-paced changes occurring in the fields of communication, information, and media. The school is a community of scholars that enjoys and excels at educating individuals who make lasting contributions to the interdisciplinary study of communication, journalism and media studies, and library and information science.

School of Engineering

With a faculty known for research in areas such as bionic limbs and traffic safety, the School of Engineering is devoted to training the next generation of innovators and inventors. Departments of biomedical engineering, civil and environmental engineering, electrical and computer engineering, and other disciplines allow students to gain the specialized knowledge demanded by 21st-century engineering projects and research. Additional learning opportunities are provided by the school’s research units, such as the Mid-Atlantic Aviation Partnership. As a professional school within Rutgers, the School of Engineering offers the best of both worlds—a close-knit group of students and the eclectic offerings of a major public research institution.

School of Environmental and Biological Sciences

Located on Rutgers–New Brunswick’s George H. Cook Campus, the School of Environmental and Biological Sciences offers programs designed to promote the multidisciplinary study of areas covering the biological spectrum, from organisms to ecosystems, with an equal emphasis on the social and human dimensions. In line with Rutgers’ strong land-grant tradition, faculty members from the school pursue mission-based teaching, research, and outreach to address real-world problems and encourage students to adopt the same mission-based approach to their educational experience at Rutgers.

School of Health Related Professions *

The School of Health Related Professions provides quality education for entry-level allied health professions and for health providers seeking specialty and advanced practice roles. With 35 programs ranging from post-high school to postdoctoral, the school serves approximately 1,500 students, one-third of whom learn online.

School of Management and Labor Relations

The School of Management and Labor Relations is a leading source of expertise on managing and representing workers, designing effective organizations, and building strong employment relationships. The school offers a variety of degree programs from the undergraduate through the doctoral level, including an undergraduate program in labor studies and employment relations and a Ph.D. program in industrial relations and human resources.

School of Nursing (Newark and New Brunswick) *

With its world-class professors and emphasis on hands-on learning, the School of Nursing is recognized as one of the finest in the nation. With locations in Newark and New Brunswick and additional facilities in Blackwood, New Jersey, the school also offers extensive continuing education classes and is affiliated with more than 200 New Jersey health care and clinical practice sites. Degrees offered include a bachelor of science in nursing, accelerated B.S.N.R.N. to B.S.N. program, a master of science in nursing leadershipdoctor of nursing practice, and a Ph.D. program in nursing.

School of Public Health *

School of Public Health programs are designed to accommodate working professionals and full-time students. The school offers master’s and doctoral degrees as well as dual degrees and postbaccalaureate certificates. Students participate in leading public health research and put education into practice through international health and community service projects.

School of Social Work

The School of Social Work has a distinguished record of instruction, research, and public service. The school offers undergraduate, graduate, and professional degree programs; holds classes at multiple locations; and is affiliated with more than 800 social service agencies throughout the New Jersey/New York metropolitan area.

Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences

Academically aligned with Rutgers University–New Brunswick and collaborating with units across the university, Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences comprises eight schools and their attendant practices, clinics, centers, and institutes. The schools offer programs at locations throughout the state, including New Brunswick, Newark, Piscataway, Stratford, Scotch Plains, and Blackwood, and, together with select health sciences centers and institutes, create tremendous opportunities for research and collaboration.

Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy

The Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy is recognized as providing one of the most challenging, dynamic, and satisfying programs of study leading to the doctor of pharmacy degree. In concert with a supportive faculty and staff, students at the school build a foundation for learning that continues long after graduation.

Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences

The Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences develops scientists who contribute new knowledge in the biomedical disciplines. The school offers a rigorous curriculum of coursework and research training in a range of degrees in such specialties as biochemistry, environmental exposure, infection, molecular genetics, neuroscience, pharmacology, physiology, and toxicology.

New Jersey Medical School

New Jersey Medical School, the oldest medical school in the state, encompasses 22 basic science and clinical departments and hosts major centers and institutes devoted to such areas as global tuberculosis, public health, and neurology. University Hospital—northern New Jersey’s only Level 1 Trauma Center—is the school’s principal teaching hospital. In addition to education and advanced research, the school stresses community health services and provides direct patient care.

Robert Wood Johnson Medical School

Robert Wood Johnson Medical School’s mission centers on education, advanced research, community health, and direct patient care. Home to 20 basic science and clinical departments, the school also houses major research institutes that focus on a range of topics, from cardiovascular medicine to women’s health. Its principal teaching hospital, Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital, consistently ranks among New Jersey’s top three hospitals.

Rutgers School of Dental Medicine

Rutgers School of Dental Medicine is the state’s largest center of dental research, its only dentistry school, and its only school offering pre- and postgraduate dental education. It operates the largest oral health care system in the state. Preparing generations of dental practitioners, the school also has a long history of caring for underserved populations.

School of Health Related Professions

The School of Health Related Professions provides quality education for entry-level allied health professions and for health providers seeking specialty and advanced practice roles. With 35 programs ranging from post-high school to postdoctoral, the school serves approximately 1,500 students, one-third of whom learn online.

School of Nursing (Newark and New Brunswick)

With its world-class professors and emphasis on hands-on learning, the School of Nursing is recognized as one of the finest in the nation. With locations in Newark and New Brunswick and additional facilities in Blackwood, New Jersey, the school also offers extensive continuing education classes and is affiliated with more than 200 New Jersey health care and clinical practice sites. Degrees offered include a bachelor of science in nursing, accelerated B.S.N.R.N. to B.S.N. program, a master of science in nursing leadershipdoctor of nursing practice, and a Ph.D. program in nursing.

School of Public Health

School of Public Health programs are designed to accommodate working professionals and full-time students. The school offers master’s and doctoral degrees as well as dual degrees and postbaccalaureate certificates. Students participate in leading public health research and put education into practice through international health and community service projects.

Rutgers University–Newark

The School of Nursing, with facilities at Rutgers University–Newark and Rutgers University–New Brunswick, is a unit of Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences and is listed under all three headings.

Graduate School–Newark

The Graduate School–Newark is dedicated to the advancement of scientific and human knowledge in an environment that encourages scholarly inquiry and intellectual growth. Graduate students are expected to develop the analytical and creative skills required for original scholarship, research, and problem solving, as well as a thorough understanding of an academic discipline.

Newark College of Arts and Sciences

The Newark College of Arts and Sciences enrolls nearly half of the undergraduates at Rutgers–Newark, making it the largest school on campus. With majors in nearly 40 fields, the curricula combine the advantages of a liberal arts foundation with the specialized training necessary for a specific career.

Rutgers Business School–Newark and New Brunswick

Rutgers Business School–Newark and New Brunswick offers undergraduate and graduate programs, through its three degree-granting units, that equip graduates with the skills they need to function in today’s diverse global business environment. With a focus on teamwork, the curriculum brings an innovative and thoughtful approach to problem solving in real-world business settings. The school educates students at two main campuses in Newark and New Brunswick, as well as five satellite locations in New Jersey, China, and Singapore. Steeped in academic excellence, with a distinguished faculty and a corps of successful alumni, the school delivers the business, science, and technology credentials demanded by global corporations.

Rutgers Law School

Propelled by one of the nation’s largest faculties with wide-ranging expertise, Rutgers Law School offers a comprehensive curriculum. Cutting-edge immersive technology connects locations at Newark and Camden and brings great legal scholars and students together in real time. Through law clinics and pro bono activities, faculty and students are at the forefront of resolving the complex legal issues facing a global society.

School of Criminal Justice

The School of Criminal Justice is a major national and international center for scholarly research on all aspects of policing, delinquency, crime, and criminal justice administration. Faculty and students collaborate on groundbreaking research on juvenile justice, public security, international crime, crime analysis, justice processes, and more. Graduates go on to obtain positions in top research universities and colleges, government agencies, nonprofit organizations, and corporations. Along with its educational programs, the school helps to address the needs of criminal justice agencies within New Jersey, the nation, and the world.

School of Nursing (Newark and New Brunswick)

With its world-class professors and emphasis on hands-on learning, the School of Nursing is recognized as one of the finest in the nation. With locations in Newark and New Brunswick and additional facilities in Blackwood, New Jersey, the school also offers extensive continuing education classes and is affiliated with more than 200 New Jersey health care and clinical practice sites. Degrees offered include bachelor of science in nursing, accelerated B.S.N, master of science in nursing leadership, doctor of nursing practice, and a Ph.D. program in nursing.

School of Public Affairs and Administration

The School of Public Affairs and Administration offers a full range of advanced degree and certificate programs focused on training tomorrow’s leaders in education, research, and practice. Students are taught by award-winning faculty and frequently enjoy guest lectures by professionals in the field. Small class sizes, interactive discussions, research, and hands-on applications are integral parts of the learning experience.

School of Social Work

The School of Social Work has a distinguished record of instruction, research, and public service. The school offers undergraduate, graduate, and professional degree programs; holds classes at multiple locations; and is affiliated with more than 800 social service agencies throughout the New Jersey/New York metropolitan area.

University College–Newark

University College–Newark is designed for adult undergraduate students who have obligations during the day and seek to attend class in the evening or on Saturday.

Rutgers University–Camden

Camden College of Arts and Sciences

The Camden College of Arts and Sciences offers students a personalized liberal arts education and the chance to work closely with distinguished faculty with access to all the resources of a major public research university. Students have a broad choice of undergraduate majors and programs in the humanities, the arts, the social sciences, and the natural and physical sciences, as well as dual-degree programs, international study options, and a highly selective Honors College.

Graduate School–Camden

Students at the Graduate School–Camden work with nationally and internationally recognized faculty in a small-campus environment where close attention to educational aspirations is a priority. Day and evening programs across a wide array of disciplines include a master of public administration degree program and the nation’s first Ph.D. program in childhood studies. The faculty includes leading researchers and prize-winning scholars, writers, and teachers.

Rutgers Law School

Propelled by one of the nation’s largest faculties with wide-ranging expertise, Rutgers Law School offers a comprehensive curriculum. Cutting-edge immersive technology connects locations at Newark and Camden and brings great legal scholars and students together in real time. Through law clinics and pro bono activities, faculty and students are at the forefront of resolving the complex legal issues facing a global society.

School of Business–Camden

A premier institution for undergraduate and graduate studies, the School of Business–Camden provides students with internationally recognized faculty scholars, along with a wide portfolio of opportunities to interact with business and community leaders both on campus and off. As southern New Jersey’s first internationally accredited business school, the School of Business–Camden also has innovative experiential learning programs to build résumés and skills.

School of Nursing–Camden

The School of Nursing–Camden addresses the critical need throughout New Jersey for high-caliber nursing education that combines a research-based curriculum with top clinical experiences. Faculty are nurse scientists and active leaders in the profession. In addition to graduate and professional degree courses of study, we offer an innovative B.S.N. program that immediately immerses undergraduates in coursework and experiences that at other nursing schools are typically offered later in a student’s education. An R.N.-to-B.S.N. program is available, as well as School Nurse Certification

School of Social Work

The School of Social Work has a distinguished record of instruction, research, and public service. The school offers undergraduate, graduate, and professional degree programs; holds classes at multiple locations; and is affiliated with more than 800 social service agencies throughout the New Jersey/New York metropolitan area.

University College–Camden

With convenient class schedules, accessible course locations, and staff accustomed to serving the diverse backgrounds of adult learners, University College–Camden provides an outstanding undergraduate education for working professionals, adults interested in enhancing their skills, and other individuals returning to the workforce or interested in changing careers. University College–Camden is a member of the Servicemembers Opportunity Colleges consortium for military veterans.