Rutgers Engineering offers a graduate program that encompasses master's and doctoral studies across an array of engineering concentrations. Students are valuable partners in research, instruction, and engagement. With nearly 200 faculty members engaged in funded research on a broad range of topics that impact the global community, the School of Engineering graduate program is a dynamic and academically supportive environment for pursuing graduate studies.
Applying to Rutgers
Graduate students interested in attending Rutgers must apply through Rutgers’ School of Graduate Studies. Prospective students can find more information on our outstanding graduate programs, admissions requirements, housing, funding, and more by visiting the Graduate School website and the program links below.
Graduate Degrees and Certificate Programs
The School of Engineering offers master’s and doctoral degrees including industry-focused and certificate programs across an array of engineering disciplines.
Rutgers is deep-rooted in a culture of research, innovation and collaboration. The backbone of the State of New Jersey, Rutgers is a member of both the Association of American Universities (AAU) and the Big Ten Academic Alliance. The School of Engineering is advancing research across the leading innovation hubs, including health sciences, infrastructure and sustainability, wireless and 5G technology, advanced manufacturing, machine learning and data analytics, and so much more
Why Rutgers for Engineering?
Our graduates come from all over the United States and around the world and 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.
Tuition and Financial Aid
The cost of attendance will be determined by your degree and program affiliation. Funding packages may be available to newly admitted students, depending on the program.