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Whether you hope to work in nanotechnology or robotics, animation or space exploration, Rutgers will help you to embark on a career as an engineer with the guidance of a world-renowned faculty devoted to inspiring and supporting the next generation's inventors and problem solvers.

Rutgers engineering students have the best of both worlds-a top-notch, supportive professional school within a leading public research university.

Why study engineering at Rutgers?

Rutgers engineering graduates are sought after by leading technology firms, consulting companies, and government agencies. Other graduates go on to earn medical degrees and MBAs. Once you graduate, you will be prepared for a career as an innovator adept at teamwork and ready to change the way we look at the world.

A special Department of First-Year Engineering, one of only a handful of such programs in the United States, brings students, faculty, and administrators together for orientation and special programs. Third-year students may apply to become James J. Slade Scholars and conduct their own research, write a thesis, and then present their findings at a public seminar.

The School of Engineering is on the New Brunswick/Piscataway campus. Students at the Camden and Newark campuses may be able to transfer to the School of Engineering.