Your passion may be philosophy or plant science, economics or environmental planning. You may want to study anthropology, criminal justice, or Russian. Maybe you have a clear idea of your academic goals, or maybe you’re looking for mentors to help give you direction. Whatever your goals, Rutgers has a place for you.
Undergraduates have the chance to participate in a Center for Global Education study abroad program at a wide range of destinations from Italy to Thailand, Kenya to Peru.
“I learned so much about myself, so much about life in general,” said one study abroad participant, “and I was able to check off some of those lifetime goals: swim in the Caribbean, spend a night in a rain forest, travel internationally, see leaf-cutter ants, and teach in an underprivileged city.”
The Full Spectrum of Academic Endeavor
At Rutgers, students have the chance to learn from leading scholars, scientists, and creative artists in the university’s classrooms, laboratories, and performance spaces. Rutgers professors develop cutting-edge innovations and ideas, and they will inspire you to excel.
Rutgers offers traditional liberal arts majors (think French, mathematics, and philosophy) and builds on a core foundation in the arts and sciences with professional school programs (everything from biomedical engineering to theater arts) as well as plenty of specialized programs, courses of study, and opportunities to conduct original research.
Major Courses of Study
Do you want options? You’ll have plenty at Rutgers, including more than 4,000 courses and more than 100 major programs of study.
Looking to delve into more than one field? Then think about a minor. Among the challenging and innovative minors available are programs in equine science; women’s studies; Hungarian; and even national security, intelligence, and counterterrorism studies.
The choice is yours. Explore the majors available at Rutgers.
A Family of Schools and Colleges
Our undergraduate schools and colleges are dedicated to exploring the full range of the human experience. Our liberal arts institutions instill an academic excellence built on a core foundation in the arts and sciences and our professional schools prepare graduates to excel in specialized areas.