Thanks for visiting the Rutgers School of Engineering on the web. The 200+ faculty and staff members provide excellent educational opportunities for our students, perform research that impacts New Jersey, the nation and the world and serve as an economic engine for the region. You can read more about these activities by navigating through our website.
Undergraduates enter the first-year engineering program before advancing to one of the School’s seven departments, the applied sciences program, or the Bioenvironmental Engineering program offered in collaboration the Rutgers School of Environmental and Biological Sciences. The outstanding student body brings a diversity of background and experience providing an enthusiastic cohort for participation in a variety of extra-curricular activities that provide opportunities to serve our community and the world.
Our faculty and graduate student researchers make great strides on issues facing society every day. The depth and breadth of these achievements are truly exciting. They also remind us that the School of Engineering is part of one of the world’s great universities.
The School has a long and proud engineering heritage. Much of that pride is due to the accomplishments of its alumni. The joy of being a professor is watching our students grow to become leaders in industry, academia, and government service.
Together the faculty, staff, students, and alumni of the Rutgers School of Engineering are making contributions today that will benefit all of us for years to come.
Thomas N. Farris
- Rutgers University – School of Engineering Mission Statement
- To educate and train the future engineers of a complex, diverse, and global workplace
o Provide high quality, relevant education programs to undergraduate and graduate students using the latest technology and education techniques
- To conduct state-of-the-art research that embraces technology to address societal challenges of a multifaceted United States and a globally connected world
- o Create an environment to encourage and assist faculty to become leaders in their fields, and to further gain national and international recognition
o Conduct cutting-edge research in strategically important engineering areas
- To serve as a resource to local, New Jersey, and regional stakeholders in advancing the public’s interest
o Promote economic development through technology, entrepreneurship, and innovation
The School of Engineering Mission Statement was revised and ratified by the faculty on October 7, 2011
With our first year enrollment at 800 students, for the first time in history, the Rutgers University School of Engineering community is extremely proud of the contributions of the faculty, staff and most importantly its students. With the additions of the new Biomedical Engineering building as well as the Center for Advanced Infrastructure and Transportation, the engineering community is proud to see its growth not only with the increasing number of faculty hires as well as promotions rate each year, but the interest invested into the discipline itself.
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Engineering at Rutgers dates back to 1864 with the establishment of the Rutgers Scientific School which, by action of the state legislature that same year, became the land-grant college of the State of New Jersey. Click here for more information.
Reporting Offices to the Dean
- Academic Affairs
The Office of Academic Affairs, commonly known as B100, provides academic service to undergraduate students.
- Student Development
The Office of Student Development is the home for student organizations and services, counseling, special and summer pre-college programs, and scholarship information.
- Graduate Studies
The Office of Graduate Education of SoE provides support and guidance to SoE's activities in graduate education and research.
- Rutgers Advanced Technology Extension
Home to Continuing Education including Professional Engineer Exam Review, LEED and Green Energy, and General Engineering, to name a few.
The large-scale involvement of students, faculty and staff within the 7 engineering departments ensures that Rutgers University will be at the forefront as a leading public research university.
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- Bureau of Engineering Research
The Bureau of Engineering Research provides the engineering faculty with timely and accurate management of grants and contracts.
The Office of Development is responsible for the many giving projects that has helped us grow significantly over the years.
- Engineering Data Center
Engineering Data Center maintains the critical engineering servers as well as general purpose computing servers and computational clusters.
- Engineering Computing Services
Engineering Computing Services is responsible for providing networking infrastructure, and the instructional labs to the engineering community.