Academic Ranking of World Universities

Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey - New Brunswick
English Name: Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey - New Brunswick
Region: Northern America
Country: USA
Found Year: 1766
Address: 83 Somerset Street

Founded in 1766, Rutgers is the eighth oldest institution of higher education in the United States and serves as the State University of New Jersey.  Rutgers University–New Brunswick, a preeminent public research institution, is the historic heart and the flagship campus of Rutgers.  Ideally situated between New York City and Philadelphia, the campus is home to 12 schools that address a variety of disciplines and intellectual areas, including the School of Arts and Sciences, the School of Environmental and Biological Sciences, the School of Management and Labor Relations, Mason Gross School of the Arts, the Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology, the Graduate School of Education, the Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy, the Rutgers Business School, the School of Social Work, the School of Communication and Information, the School of Engineering, and the School of Graduate Studies.  It is also host to over 175 centers and institutes. 

Aligned with Rutgers University–New Brunswick, Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences (RBHS) includes eight schools, a behavioral health network, and five centers and institutes that focus on cancer treatment and research, neuroscience, advanced biotechnology and medicine, environmental and occupational health, and health care policy and aging research.  As New Jersey's academic health center, RBHS offers an outstanding education in medicine, dentistry, pharmacy, public health, nursing, biomedical research, and the full spectrum of allied health careers, with clinical and academic facilities located throughout the state.

Including RBHS, Rutgers University–New Brunswick enrolls approximately 50,000 students (about 36,000 undergraduates and 14,000 graduate students), employs more than 19,000 full- and part-time faculty and staff, and operates annually at a budget of over $3 billion.  A premier land-grant institution and a member of the prestigious Association of American Universities (AAU),  Rutgers–New Brunswick is also a member of the Big Ten Athletic Conference as well as the Big Ten Academic Alliance. 



Total Enrollment:33760
           International Students:1971(6%)
Undergraduate Enrollment:27964
           International Students:524(2%)
Graduate Enrollment:5796
           International Students:1447(25%)

Undergraduate Programs
           Africana & African-American Studies
           Agricultural Science
           Allied Health Technologies
           American Studies
           Ancient & Medieval Civilizations
           Ancient Mediterranean Civilizations
           Animal Science
           Anthropology (Evolutionary)
           Applied Mathematics
           Applied Physics
           Applied Sciences in Engineering
           Art History
           Art/Design/Digital Art/Visual Arts
           Bioenvironmental Engineering
           Biological Sciences
           Biomedical Engineering
           Biomedical Technology
           Business Administration
           Cell Biology & Neuroscience
           Central & Eastern European Studies
           Chemical & Biochemical Engineering
           Childhood Studies
           Civil Engineering
           Clinical Laboratory Sciences
           Comparative Literature
           Computer Science
           Criminal Justice
           East Asian Languages & Area Studies
           Ecology & Natural Resources
           Electrical & Computer
           Environmental Planning & Design
           Environmental Policy, Institutions & Behavior
           Environmental Science
           European Studies
           Exercise Science
           Food Science
           General Engineering
           General Science
           Geological Sciences
           Geoscience Engineering
           History/Political Science
           Hospitality Management
           Human Resource Management
           Independent Major
           Industrial Engineering
           Information Systems
           Information Technology & Informatics
           Jewish Studies
           Journalism & Media Studies
           Labor Studies & Employment Relations
           Landscape Architecture
           Latino & Hispanic Caribbean Studies
           Liberal Studies
           Management & Global Business
           Marine Sciences
           Materials Science Engineering
           Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering
           Medical Technology
           Medieval Studies
           Middle Eastern Studies
           Molecular Biology & Biochemistry
           Nutritional Sciences
           Physician Assistant
           Planning & Public Policy
           Plant Science
           Political Science
           Portuguese & Lusophone World Studies
           Preveterinary Medicine
           Public Administration
           Public Health
           Puerto Rican Studies
           Social Work
           Theater Arts, Television & Media Arts
           Urban Studies
           Women’s & Gender Studies
Graduate Programs
           Accounting: Professional
           American Studies
           Art History
           Atmospheric Science
           Behavioral & Neural Sciences
           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
           Childhood Studies
           Civil & Environmental Engineering
           Communication And Information
           Comparative Literature
           Computational Biology & Molecular Biophysics
           Computer Science
           Creative Writing
           Criminal Justice
           Design of Learning Environments
           Ecology and Evolution
           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
           Environmental Geology
           Environmental Sciences
           Finance, Quantitative
           Food and Business Economics
           Food Science
           Geological Sciences
           Global Affairs
           Human Resource Management
           Industrial and Systems Engineering
           Industrial Relations and Human Resources
           Information Technology
           Jazz History and Research
           Jewish Studies
           Labor Studies And Employment Relations
           Landscape Architecture
           Liberal Studies
           Library and Information Science
           Management PhD
           Materials Science and Engineering
           Mathematical Sciences
           Mathematics (Mathematical Finance)
           Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
           Medicinal Chemistry
           Microbial Biology
           Microbiology and Molecular Genetics
           Music (composition, musicology)
           Music (performance, music education)
           Nutritional Sciences
           Operations Research
           Pharmacology, Cellular and Molecular
           Pharmacy/Pharmaceutical Sciences
           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: Clinical (Psy.D.)
           Psychology: School (Psy.D.)
           Public Administration
           Public Administration, Executive
           Public Affairs
           Public Health
           Public Policy (Masters)
           Social Work
           Statistics, Financial and Risk Management
           Theater Arts
           Urban Systems
           Visual Arts
           Women's and Gender Studies

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