New Brunswick, N.J. Full time or part time, creative or methodical, traditional or unconventional there is a niche for every type of student at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey. The institution offers a multitude of academic offerings at the undergraduate and graduate levels; if a major or minor option does not exist, students can work with faculty to develop a specialized curriculum.
Newly added degree offerings available to students this fall include a bachelor of arts in childhood studies, a master of fine arts in creative writing and a master of science in computer science at RutgersCamden; a master of fine arts in creative writing at RutgersNewark; and a master of information technology at RutgersNewark and RutgersNew Brunswick.
Below is a sample of the undergraduate options:
Ancient and Medieval Civilizations
Cell Biology and Neuroscience
Central and Eastern European Studies
Ecology and Natural Resources
Exercise Science and Sport Studies
Information Technology and Informatics
Middle Eastern Studies
Planning and Public Policy
Puerto Rican Studies
Womens and Gender Studies
For a full list of undergraduate majors, visit admissions.rutgers.edu/07.asp.
Go to www.acs.rutgers.edu/gradadmission/indexOfPrograms.app?origin=P for a complete list of graduate programs.
Contact: Nicole Pride
732-932-7084, Ext. 610
# # #