Whether you’re entering from high school, transferring from another college, or returning to complete your studies, Rutgers–Camden welcomes you to our friendly community of 4,500 undergraduate students.

From traditional to unconventional, Rutgers–Camden offers a variety of undergraduate majors, minors, and specializations that match your interests and goals.

The program in accounting provides students with a comprehensive foundation in the theory of accounting, financial accounting and reporting, managerial and cost accounting, taxation, concepts of auditing, and business law.
The Africana studies program offers a broad and varied exposure to black culture, economics, politics, and history both nationally and internationally, with a focus on North America.
A strong interdisciplinary approach allows Rutgers–Camden to offer a minors in anthropology, sociology, and criminal justice.
Rutgers–Camden offers four-year degree programs leading to Bachelor of Arts degrees in art, music, and theater.
Biology majors gain lab experience through through hands-on opportunities to work on a research project alongside a professor.
The biomedical technology major at Rutgers–Camden offers two tracks, medical technology and cardiovascular perfusion, both in conjunction with Cooper University Hospital in Camden.
The business administration program delivers a cutting-edge curriculum taught by exceptional faculty.
The chemistry major offers four options: 1) the traditional program; 2) the American Chemical Society certificate program; 3) the biochemistry program; and 4) the chemistry-business option program.
Through a multidisciplinary approach, the childhood studies program provides students with a strong background in both humanistic and social science perspectives on children.
The computational and integrative biology major offers a collaborative approach to biology, biological chemistry, biomathematics, and computer science with systems, integrative, and molecular options.
The computer science major at Rutgers–Camden delivers a comprehensive curriculum based on recommendations from the Association for Computing Machinery and the Institute for Electrical and Electronics Engineers.
A strong interdisciplinary approach allows Rutgers–Camden to offer widely respected undergraduate majors in sociology and criminal justice and minors in anthropology, sociology, and criminal justice.
The Digital Studies Center’s certificate in digital humanities fosters critical and practical engagement with media technologies in relation to traditional areas of study such as literature, languages, history, philosophy, religion, and the arts.
The economics major prepares students for careers in business, government, and nonprofit agencies as well as graduate study in economics, business, and law.
The Institute for Effective Education's undergraduate certification program coordinates coursework and field experiences leading to New Jersey teacher certification.
The English major at Rutgers–Camden provides students with an opportunity to work closely with professors who publish books and articles in distinguished venues and present their work around the world.
The ethics minor explores questions of meaning, value, responsibility, and justice from a variety of theoretical, practical, historical, and methodological points of view.
The minor in European studies offers students a wide variety of ways in which they can gain recognition for learning about a diverse, fascinating, and important part of our world.
The finance program provides students with solid theoretical and practical knowledge of domestic and international finance.
The French program offers a major and a minor offering a wide range of courses and programs covering all aspects of French language, literature, and culture.
The German program offers courses in all levels of German language, literature, and culture for the major and minor. Courses taught in English include German literature in English translation and German cinema.
This multi-disciplinary academic major includes courses in the general sciences and subjects essential to modern health-related professions, like behavioral therapy, biomedical ethics, health psychology, and human development.
The history program deepens the understanding of history and politics, society, popular culture, minorities, military affairs, and business.
The BHM program is designed for individuals who have an interest in pursuing careers within the hospitality industry, including hotel management and casino administration.
The Latin American studies minor explores the diverse region that stretches from the Mexican border to the tip of Tierra del Fuego.
A unique learning experience that combines classes on campus with short study trips abroad, the international studies program offers five to 10 courses from various academic departments each year.
Liberal studies is a well-rounded major that allows qualified, motivated students to experience a variety of classes in the humanities, social sciences, and natural sciences.
The management major provides training in analyzing problems, making decisions, delegating assignments, training and supervising employees, budgeting, and coordinating.
The marketing major equips students with quantitative and qualitative skills for investigating and analyzing customer behavior, competitors, and external groups.
Rutgers–Camden offers three comprehensive undergraduate degree programs in the mathematical sciences: pure mathematics, applied and computational mathematics, and mathematics education.
Media studies is an interdisciplinary minor that focuses on the history and theory of media.
Rutgers–Camden offers four-year degree programs in art, music, and theater through the Department of Fine Arts.
The BS in Nursing and RN to BS programs are highly regarded by health-care providers throughout southern New Jersey and the Delaware Valley.
The philosophy major focuses on philosophy as an activity, with the goal of equipping students with an understanding of important philosophical issues.
The physics program at Rutgers–Camden offers undergraduate students an outstanding education and thorough preparation for either graduate school or employment.
The political science program offers exciting and challenging courses in the areas of American and public policy, international politics, and counter terrorism.
The School of Engineering at Rutgers–New Brunswick offers a pre-engineering program through the College of Arts and Sciences at Rutgers–Camden.
The pre-law program at Rutgers–Camden is not a major, but a mentoring system for students interested in pursuing admission to law school.
Students entering Rutgers–Camden with an interest in a medicine can prepare for medical school by participating in the pre-med program.
Rutgers–Camden offeres pre-pharmacy advising and a 2+4 program with the Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy in New Brunswick.
The psychology major at Rutgers–Camden provides a strong foundation in modern research and theory.
The religion program explores the diversity and pervasiveness of religious life, experience, and thought throughout human history.
The School of Social Work offers its BA degree through the College of Arts and Sciences at Rutgers–Camden.
A strong interdisciplinary approach allows Rutgers–Camden to offer widely respected undergraduate majors in sociology and criminal justice.
The Spanish program poffers both a major and a minor in Spanish. Students will receive world-class competence in the language, literatures, and cultures of the Spanish-speaking world.
Statistics teaches the analytical skills necessary to predict trends and examine complex data while providing the groundwork for pursuing research or graduate school in a variety of disciplines
Arts and Sciences students may design their own major with approval.
The Institute for Effective Education's undergraduate certification program coordinates coursework and field experiences leading to New Jersey teacher certification.
Rutgers–Camden offers four-year degree programs leading to Bachelor of Arts degrees in art, music, and theater.
Urban studies is an interdisciplinary major that studies cities and how they function, grow, and prosper or decline.
Women's and gender studies is an undergraduate interdisciplinary minor for students who wish to explore gender as a social construction that shapes our thoughts, values, accomplishments, and relationships

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