A broad and multi-disciplinary education in the fundamentals of aircraft and spacecraft design. Rutgers is currently the only public university in New Jersey offering an aerospace engineering degree.
Majors and Areas of Study
An interdisciplinary program for specializing in emerging fields and interests, such as construction management, operations research, IT, premed, and packaging.
Combine engineering, design, and human health to develop devices and pharmaceutical products that improve quality of life for millions of people.
Apply technology and the physical and life sciences to improve a broad array of industries, from lifestyle items like clothing and cosmetics to lifesaving materials and pharmaceuticals.
Design and create more sustainable infrastructures and environments, from better bridges and highways to more efficient airports and sewage treatment facilities.
Spanning communications, information processing, and micro- and nano-electronics, this fast-paced field develops navigation systems, self-piloting vehicles, smart homes, and cyber security systems.
An interdisciplinary master's program integrates technology and science with business, IT, public policy, and regulatory study to provide students with the building blocks needed to succeed in the energy field.
Solve human-related environmental issues to improve public health, recycling and waste disposal, water and air pollution, and other issues plaguing today’s natural environment.
Devise ways to make products and services better, safer, easier to use, less expensive, and more energy efficient, whether it’s streamlining operations in a hospital or getting products into the marketplace.
Study the interplay of materials’ structure, performance, properties, and synthesis to create materials with useful applications, like stronger, lighter body armor or ceramics that can immobilize nuclear waste.
Apply principles from thermodynamics and robotics to improve industries like automotive, aerospace, industrial machinery, manufacturing, mining, oceanographic, petroleum, pharmaceutical, power, printing, and textiles.
A multi-disciplinary field that draws on chemical, industrial, materials, and mechanical engineering in order to design and create boxes, cartons, bottles, and other packing materials that meet specific criteria.