Rutgers–New Brunswick Areas of Study


Rutgers–New Brunswick is an intellectual powerhouse of collaboration, creativity, and innovation. With the addition in 2013 of programs in medicine and other health professions, academic options are greater than ever.

Rutgers–New Brunswick Areas of Study

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Rutgers is a major public research university with extensive academic choices. At Rutgers–New Brunswick, we offer more than 100 undergraduate majors and more than 160 graduate and professional programs. As they pursue their academic careers, our students learn from leading scholars, scientists, creative artists, and physicians and other practitioners in the university’s classrooms, laboratories, patient care facilities, and performance spaces.

SCHOOL OF ARTS AND SCIENCES

African, Middle Eastern, and South Asian Languages and Literatures (AMESALL)
Africana Studies
American Studies
Anthropology
Anthropology (Evolutionary)
Arts/Visual Arts – B.A.
Art History
Astrophysics
Biological Sciences
Biomathematics
Cell Biology and Neuroscience
Chemistry
Chinese
Cinema Studies
Classics
Cognitive Science
Communication
Comparative Literature
Computer Science – B.A. or B.S.
Criminal Justice
Dance – B.A.
Dentistry – B.A./D.M.D.
East Asian Languages and Area Studies
Ecology, Evolution, and Natural Resources
Economics
Education – 5-year B.A. or B.S./Ed.M.
English
European Studies
Exercise Science and Sport Studies
French
Genetics
Geography
Geological Sciences
German
Health Administration
History
History/French
History/Political Science
Human Resource Management
Information Technology and Informatics
Italian
Italian Studies
Jewish Studies
Journalism and Media Studies
Labor Studies and Employment Relations
Latin American Studies
Latino and Caribbean Studies
Linguistics
Marine Sciences
Mathematics
Medical Technology
Medicine – B.A./M.D.
Medieval Studies
Microbiology
Middle Eastern Studies
Molecular Biology and Biochemistry
Music – B.A.
Philosophy
Physician Assistant – B.A./M.S.
Physics
Planning and Public Policy
Political Science
Portuguese
Prebusiness
Predentistry
Prelaw
Premedicine
Psychology
Public Health
Public Policy
Religion
Russian
Social Work
Sociology
Spanish
Statistics
Statistics/Mathematics
Theater Arts – B.A.
Urban Planning and Design
Women’s and Gender Studies

RUTGERS BUSINESS SCHOOL—NEW BRUNSWICK

Accounting
Business Analytics and Information Technology
Finance
Management
Marketing
Supply Chain Management

SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING

Aerospace Engineering
Applied Sciences in Engineering
Bioenvironmental Engineering
Biomedical Engineering
Chemical and Biochemical Engineering
Civil and Environmental Engineering
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Industrial and Systems Engineering
Materials Science and Engineering
Mechanical Engineering

SCHOOL OF ENVIRONMENTAL AND BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES

Agriculture and Food Systems
Animal Science/Preveterinary Medicine
Biochemistry
Bioenvironmental Engineering – 5-year program
Biological Sciences
Biotechnology
Dentistry – B.A./D.M.D.
Ecology, Evolution, and Natural Resources
Entomology
Environmental and Business Economics
Environmental Planning and Design
Environmental Policy, Institutions, and Behavior
Environmental Sciences
Exercise Science and Sport Studies
Food Science
Landscape Architecture
Marine Sciences
Medicine – B.A./M.D.
Meteorology
Microbiology
Nutritional Sciences
Plant Biology
Predentistry
Premedicine
Public Health

MASON GROSS SCHOOL OF THE ARTS

Dance – B.F.A.
Design – B.F.A.
Digital Filmmaking – B.F.A.
Music – B. Music
Theater Arts – B.F.A.
Visual Arts – B.F.A.

ERNEST MARIO SCHOOL OF PHARMACY

6-year Pharm.D.

SCHOOL OF NURSING

Nursing

students using the math and science learning centerStudents utilizing the resources of the Math & Science Learning Center

For more information

Undergraduate Admissions
Web: admissions.rutgers.edu
Phone: 732-445-INFO (4636)

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