Thank you for your interest in graduate study at Rutgers School of Engineering, where our graduate students are valuable partners in research, instruction, and outreach. With nearly $70 million in research expenditures in 2017 and 150 faculty members engaging in research—from the fundamental to the applied—on a broad range of topics that impact society, the nation, and the global community, the School of Engineering is a dynamic and academically supportive environment for pursuing graduate studies.
Rutgers University is a member of the Big Ten Academic Alliance, an elite consortium of top-notch research universities comprising all 14 members of the Big Ten as well as the University of Chicago. The university excels in all areas of scholarship from the liberal arts to the sciences, from the humanities to engineering. The annual research expenditures at Rutgers are over $400 million.
The School of Engineering is proud of the quality and reputation of its engineering graduate programs. There are over 1,000 graduate students enrolled in School of Engineering graduate programs working toward Master of Science and Master of Engineering degrees as well as doctoral degrees. Our graduates, who come from all over the United States and from around the world, have gone on to successful careers in industry, government, and academia.
By selecting Rutgers as your home for graduate study you will be coming to a strong university with exceptional academic programs in engineering as well as in the arts and sciences. You will come to a place that is safe and enjoyable, where you will have excellent opportunities for growth and for employment upon graduation. We are happy to provide more information on our outstanding graduate programs, our graduate courses, our research, and our accomplishments.
The following departments offer graduate programs and can be contacted directly to obtain information:
- Chemical and Biochemical
- Civil and Environmental
- Electrical and Computer
- Industrial and Systems
- Materials Science and Engineering
- Mechanical and Aerospace