Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey - New Brunswick
Region: Northern America
Country/Region: United States
Found Year: 1766
Address: 83 Somerset Street
Introduction

Rutgers University–New Brunswick is the flagship university and birthplace of Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey, founded in 1766 as America’s eighth-oldest colonial college. Rutgers–New Brunswick is one of the nation’s leading public research universities, as evidenced by its membership in the prestigious Association of American Universities (AAU) and the Big Ten Academic Alliance, in which Rutgers–New Brunswick is the most diverse university. It is one of the United States’ original land-grant institutions and, along with the affiliated Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences, home to a variety of degree-granting schools: Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy, Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy, Mason Gross School of the Arts, Rutgers Business School, School of Arts and Sciences, School of Communication and Information, School of Engineering, School of Environmental and Biological Sciences, School of Health Professions, School of Management and Labor Relations, School of Nursing, School of Public Health, School of Social Work, Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology, Graduate School of Education, New Jersey Medical School, Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, School of Dental Medicine, and School of Graduate Studies. Each school has individual requirements, policies, and fees. Rutgers–New Brunswick also includes more than 175 research centers, a premier Honors College, and the Douglass Residential College for Women. The university offers a wide range of opportunities for students to pursue their interests outside the classroom, including an NCAA Division 1 intercollegiate athletics program which competes in the Big Ten Conference. In addition to its numerous on-campus offerings, Rutgers University-New Brunswick is also situated in a prime location for students seeking entertainment, employment, and recreation options beyond the institution, with convenient access to New York City, Philadelphia, and the Jersey Shore.

Global Ranking of Academic Subjects
All Subjects
Subject
Rank
Best Ranked Subjects
Subject Rank
Electrical & Electronic Engineering
20
Food Science & Technology
20
Mathematics
21
Communication
23
Law
26
Atmospheric Science
32
Oceanography
36
Pharmacy & Pharmaceutical Sciences
40
Key Statistics
44156
Total Enrollment
7436(16.8%)
International Students
34178
Undergraduate Enrollment
5135(15.0%)
International Students
9978
Graduate Enrollment
2301(23.1%)
International Students
Programs
Undergraduate Programs
Accounting
Africana & African-American Studies
Agricultural Science
Allied Health Technologies
American Studies
Ancient & Medieval Civilizations
Ancient Mediterranean Civilizations
Animal Science
Anthropology
Anthropology (Evolutionary)
Applied Mathematics
Applied Physics
Applied Sciences in Engineering
Art History
Art/Design/Digital Art/Visual Arts
Astrophysics
Biochemistry
Bioenvironmental Engineering
Biological Sciences
Biomathematics
Biomedical Engineering
Biomedical Technology
Biotechnology
Botany
Business Administration
Cell Biology & Neuroscience
Central & Eastern European Studies
Chemical & Biochemical Engineering
Chemistry
Childhood Studies
Chinese
Civil Engineering
Classics
Clinical Laboratory Sciences
Communication
Comparative Literature
Computer Science
Criminal Justice
Dance
East Asian Languages & Area Studies
Ecology & Natural Resources
Economics
Economics
Education
Electrical & Computer
Engineering
Engineering
English
Environmental Planning & Design
Environmental Policy, Institutions & Behavior
Environmental Science
Environmental/Business
European Studies
Exercise Science
Finance
Food Science
French
General Engineering
General Science
Genetics
Geography
Geological Sciences
Geoscience Engineering
German
History
History/French
History/Political Science
Hospitality Management
Human Resource Management
Independent Major
Industrial Engineering
Information Systems
Information Technology & Informatics
Italian
Jewish Studies
Journalism & Media Studies
Labor Studies & Employment Relations
Landscape Architecture
Latino & Hispanic Caribbean Studies
Liberal Studies
Linguistics
Management
Management & Global Business
Marine Sciences
Marketing
Materials Science Engineering
Mathematics
Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering
Medical Technology
Medicine
Medieval Studies
Meteorology
Microbiology
Middle Eastern Studies
Molecular Biology & Biochemistry
Music
Nursing
Nutritional Sciences
Pharmacy
Philosophy
Physician Assistant
Physics
Planning & Public Policy
Plant Science
Political Science
Portuguese & Lusophone World Studies
Prebusiness
Predentistry/Premedicine/
Prelaw
Preveterinary Medicine
Psychology
Public Administration
Public Health
Puerto Rican Studies
Religion
Russian
Social Work
Sociology
Spanish
Statistics/Mathematics
Theater Arts, Television & Media Arts
Urban Studies
Women’s & Gender Studies
Zoology
Graduate Programs
Accounting
Accounting: Professional
American Studies
Anthropology
Art History
Atmospheric Science
Behavioral & Neural Sciences
Biochemistry
Biology
Biology, Computational
Biology: Computational and Integrative
Biomedical Engineering
Business Administration
Business Administration, Executive
Business and Science
Cell & Developmental Biology
Ceramic and Materials Science and Engineering
Chemical and Biochemical Engineering
Chemistry
Childhood Studies
Chinese
Civil & Environmental Engineering
Classics
Communication And Information
Comparative Literature
Computational Biology & Molecular Biophysics
Computer Science
Creative Writing
Criminal Justice
Design of Learning Environments
Ecology and Evolution
Economics
Education, Ph.D.
Education: Administration And Supervision
Education: College Student Affairs
Education: Counseling Psychology
Education: Dance Education
Education: Education, Culture And Society
Education: Educational Leadership
Education: Elementary/Early Childhood
Education: English
Education: Language
Education: Learning, Cognition and Development
Education: Literacy
Education: Mathematics
Education: Reading
Education: Science
Education: Social and Philosophical Foundations
Education: Social Studies
Education: Special Education
Education: Statistics and Measurement
Education: Teacher Leadership
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Endocrinology and Animal Biosciences
English
Entomology
Environmental Geology
Environmental Sciences
Finance, Quantitative
Food and Business Economics
Food Science
French
Geography
Geological Sciences
German
Global Affairs
History
Human Resource Management
Industrial and Systems Engineering
Industrial Relations and Human Resources
Information Technology
Italian
Jazz History and Research
Jewish Studies
Labor Studies And Employment Relations
Landscape Architecture
Law-Camden
Law-Newark
Liberal Studies
Library and Information Science
Linguistics
Management PhD
Materials Science and Engineering
Mathematical Sciences
Mathematics
Mathematics (Mathematical Finance)
Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Medicinal Chemistry
Microbial Biology
Microbiology and Molecular Genetics
Music (composition, musicology)
Music (performance, music education)
Neuroscience
Nursing
Nutritional Sciences
Oceanography
Operations Research
Pharmacology, Cellular and Molecular
Pharmacy/Pharmaceutical Sciences
Philosophy
Physical Therapy
Physics and Astronomy
Physics, Applied
Physiology and Integrative Biology
Planning and Public Policy (Ph.D)
Planning, Urban (Masters)
Plant Biology
Political Science
Professional Credit Programs
Psychology
Psychology: Clinical (Psy.D.)
Psychology: School (Psy.D.)
Public Administration
Public Administration, Executive
Public Affairs
Public Health
Public Policy (Masters)
Social Work
Sociology
Spanish
Statistics
Statistics, Financial and Risk Management
Theater Arts
Toxicology
Urban Systems
Visual Arts
Women's and Gender Studies