Are you inspired to use your talents to shape the future? Are you ready to make the technologies that will change the world? At Rutgers Engineering, we believe that engineering is more than just technology, it is about making the world a better place.
Your energy is the world's greatest resource. We give you the space and support you need to build your future.
Smart, ambitious, and thoughtful people from all over come together to create a community that's diverse, energetic and inclusive.
Age of Exploration
You will build a solid foundation of mathematical, scientific, and technical knowledge through 10 dynamic majors. Explore 10 is a first-year discovery program to open your mind to all the possibilities within the vast field of engineering.
Built for your Creation
Smart classrooms, state-of-the-art labs, and facilities provide a learning-centric environment that is focused collaborative, interdisciplinary, and supportive.
Do more than learn from your professors – uncover knowledge alongside them in research labs and leading-edge facilities. Undergraduate students can work on faculty-led teams and even co-author published research findings.
The future is bright for Rutgers Engineering graduates. The nation's leading corporations, research organizations and graduate engineering programs recognize our students' talents with competitive internships and career offers.
Get to Know Us
Tiffany Yang served as president of the Society of Women Engineers and was also involved with the American Institute of Chemical Engineers.
“I chose Rutgers because I wanted to be at a big school with diversity – one where you get more opportunities for leadership and professional development. I was drawn to STEM at an early age and I'm proud to be a woman engineer because women need to see other women in male-dominated industries.”
Industrial and Systems Engineering
Denise Miller hails from San Francisco, California and is an Industrial and Systems engineer who is passionate about cosmetics. In 2019, she interned at L’Oréal and got valuable on-site experience and earned course credits towards her major.
“I’ve always wanted to work around something analytical and base my career around problem-solving. Rutgers had my major – industrial and systems engineering – which is pretty uncommon in most universities.”
KRISTIN DANA, PHD
Professor Electrical and Computer Engineering
Dr. Kristin Dana is leading a Rutgers team to create a new, interdisciplinary curriculum for robotics specialization that focuses on technology, cognitive science, and policy. The long-range goal is to grow a community of researchers able to apply an understanding of social structures and processes to the development of robotics systems that benefit both individuals and society as a whole.
“What we need are robotic devices to work for people and help make their lives better.”
We're ranked the #1 public university for undergraduate engineering in the NY/NJ metro region, according to U.S. News and World Report. We're also home to five nationally-recognized research centers, including the Wireless Information Network Lab and the Center for Advanced Infrastructure and Transportation, as well as state-of-the-art research equipment in more than 50 advanced laboratories. At Rutgers, you'll graduate career-ready with internships at places like: Boeing, NASA, MIT, Goldman Sachs and the Food and Drug Administration, among many others. For more information, go here.
How do I apply?
What Are My Degree Options?
You can major in any of our 10 Engineering degrees and double major or minor in programs like computer science, public health, entrepreneurship, and Spanish, among many other options. You can also get a dual degree like a BS/MS or BS/MBA in less time than if you pursued those degrees separately. For more information, go here.
What Student Extra-Curricular Programs Are Available?
SOE has more than 40 student organizations that offer social and professional activities, including diversity groups like the Society of Women Engineers, service-oriented clubs like Engineers without Borders, and competitive teams like Rutgers Formula Racing. The Rutgers-New Brunswick campus also offers many opportunities to become involved outside the classroom. For a full list, go here.
Info Session/Visit Us
We are running virtual live information sessions where you can find out about our program and the different degree majors. You can also attend informal afterschool chat sessions with SoE students. To see the schedule of events, go here.