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Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
303 Cooper Street
Camden, NJ 80907
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  • Mathematics

    Grounding in mathematical foundation and tracks in both Pure Mathematics and Applied Mathematics. more >

  • History

    Tracks in American, Public and Legal history. Opportunities for research on New Jersey and Philadelphia. more >

  • MFA in Creative Writing

    A unique multigenre approach geared not only to help writing, but to prepare teachers on the college level. more >

  • Social Work

    Tracks in Direct Practice and in Administration, Policy and Planning. Combines theory and fieldwork in the community. more >

  • Chemistry

    Traditional but research intensive program in Chemistry; links with Ph.D. programs (Chemistry, Pharmacology, Biochemistry, Materials Science) on New B... more >

  • Liberal Studies

    Combines courses in art, music, literature, history, religion, and other areas of the humanities and social sciences. more >

  • Biology

    We provide a multidisciplinary program in Biology allowing specialization in Cellular/Molecular Biology, Ecology/Evolution or Computational Biology. more >

  • Computational & Integrative Biology

    The Graduate Program in Computational and Integrative Biology (GPCIB) offers Master's and Doctoral degrees. more >

  • Law

    Qualities that typify the School of Law include its informal atmosphere, its nationally recognized faculty, a comparatively favorable tuition, and a v... more >

  • Business Administration

    Broad core and tracks in Accounting, Finance, Management, Marketing, Management Information Systems, Health Care, and Business Law. more >

  • Nursing

    Tracks in Adult Health; Community Health; Critical Care; Psychiatric Mental Health; Parent, Child and Pediatric Nursing. more >

  • English

    A graduate program leading to the Master of Arts degree and including course offerings in English and American Literature, Rhetoric and Composition, L... more >

  • Public Administration

    Tracks in Public Management; Health Care Management; International Development, and Law. more >

  • Graduate Program in Psychology

    A general program that focuses on research methods and that accommodates both full-time and part-time students. more >