Are you interested in studying graduate programs in New Jersey? Although New Jersey is the fourth smallest state, it is the most densely populated and the second-wealthiest in the nation. New Jersey is the only state where all its counties are considered metropolitan areas. The Garden state, as it is also known as, is mainly divided into 3 sections which are North, South, and Central Jersey. With tourism being the second largest industry, every part of New Jersey has something to be enjoyed.i
North Jersey has the most shopping malls in one area in the world with seven major shopping malls in a 25 sq. mile radius. The state has over 50 resort destinations located in Asbury Park, Wildwood, Atlantic City, Seaside Heights, and Cape May. Atlantic City, located in South Jersey, has the longest board walk in the country. It is also a main tourist attraction as it is famous for its casinos, beaches, and resorts mostly along the boardwalk. Besides the Jersey shore, the state is also home to America’s first national historical park located in Morristown. This park has attracted many to see Ford Mansion which was General George Washington’s headquarters during the Revolutionary War. New Jersey was also home to the Famous American inventor Thomas Edison.ii
Does New Jersey sound like a nice place to study? If so, you may want to pursue your graduate degree options in the area.