The School of Engineering at Rutgers–New Brunswick offers a pre-engineering program through the College of Arts and Sciences at Rutgers–Camden. Students spend their first two years at Rutgers–Camden taking pre-professional courses that will prepare them for the engineering major. Upon successful completion of prerequisite classes, students can transfer to the School of Engineering in New Brunswick for the remaining two years to complete their bachelor of science degree.
Learn more about the pre-engineering program at Rutgers–Camden.
- Students receive strong preparation for the School of Engineering from a faculty adviser who works closely with each pre-engineering student to ensure that he or she selects the right prerequisite courses.
- Rutgers–Camden introductory classes in physics and calculus are small and taught by full-time faculty members.
- The School of Engineering offers nine undergraduate majors.