Opportunities and Resources for Research
Our faculty are leading researchers in their fields and the work they do in hundreds of centers, faculty practices, clinics, institutes, and laboratories at Rutgers leads to new knowledge with significant impact. Graduate students at Rutgers join faculty in their pursuits as they also discover their own research callings. Find information and resources for graduate students engaged in research .
Explore Our Schools, Departments, and Programs
Many of our close-knit learning environments are highly interdisciplinary in nature. Across departments, programs, and schools, flexibility and collaboration are hallmarks of graduate education at Rutgers.
Students and faculty tend to form closely bonded communities, and a cooperative and supportive esprit de corps is common within and across the schools, programs, and departments that are our students’ academic homes.
Graduate School–New Brunswick
Nearly half the graduate students at Rutgers University–New Brunswick enroll through the Graduate School–New Brunswick. The school serves a wide spectrum of students and is responsible for administrative functions for all Ph.D. programs at Rutgers–New Brunswick as well as many master’s-level programs.
Rutgers–New Brunswick’s professional schools focus on preparing students to tackle challenges and lead in fields as varied as stage management and social work, bridge building, and neurology.
Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences
Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences (RBHS) is New Jersey’s leader in academic medicine and health care. Students have vast opportunities to learn, work, and conduct research with top faculty in excellent schools, standout research centers, and leading health care facilities. The division of RBHS is closely aligned with Rutgers University–New Brunswick.
Department pages give comprehensive overviews of degrees offered, options for study, profiles of faculty and their research, and snapshots of current students.