Rutgers–Camden’s graduate programs offer you the convenience of full- or part-time study in most programs, and ready access to top-rated faculty to further your education and your career.
The professional master of accounting (PMAc) program allows working professionals to build their net worth with our network of exceptional faculty, staff, alumni, and corporate friends.
In the MBS in actuarial science program, students learn how to provide assessments of financial security systems and how to evaluate the likelihood of events and quantify contingent outcomes.
This MBS program delivers a multidisciplinary approach to professional training in computing skills that are most applicable in industry.
The MS in biology program offers concentrated study and research opportunities in cellular and molecular biology, ecology, neuroscience, and physiology.
The MBA program prepares students for the increasingly complex demands of management through a broad professional education in accounting, finance, marketing, management, information systems, organizational behavior, and strategy.
The professional master’s program in business administration is a 21-month accelerated degree track offered at convenient off-campus locations.
The MS in chemistry program has two tracks: one emphasizes participation in research with faculty, resulting in a research thesis, and the other focuses primarily on graduate courses.
Students work closely with faculty to explore children and childhood in historical, political, cultural, multicultural, national, and global contexts. MA and PhD degrees are available.
Rutgers–Camden offers both MS and PhD degrees in this interdisciplinary program in which from mathematics and computer science methods are applied to biomedical disciplines such as biology, chemistry, and physics.
The MFA program prepares students to write and publish poetry and prose, and also to teach writing and literature on the college level.
Leading to the MA degree, the criminal justice program emphasizes a comprehensive understanding of crime and the justice system and the analytic skills required to conduct research and assess public policy.
Students pursuing the MA in English can take courses taught by nationally recognized scholars of English, American, and world literature from the medieval era to the present as well as linguistics and writing studies.
Designed for students who wish to augment skills in teaching or in public history institutions, the MA program features two tracks: American history and public history.
The MBS in industrial mathematics program emphasizes mathematical modeling, computational techniques, and statistical reasoning. Students develop skills in abstraction, analysis of structure, and logical thinking.
Rutgers Law School offers a comprehensive education in traditional legal topics as well as intellectual property, health law, international law, legal history, and philosophy of law, among others.
The cross-disciplinary MA in liberal studies program offers a wide spectrum of courses in literature, history, philosophy, religion, psychology, childhood studies, criminal justice, sociology, and the arts.
The MS in mathematical sciences program offers tracks in pure mathematics, mathematics teaching, mathematical computer science, and industrial/applied mathematics.
Designed for nurses seeking a terminal degree in nursing practice, the DNP emphasizes such key areas as evidence-based practice, quality improvement, and systems leadership.
The DPT program provides entry-level competence in patient care, management, health care programming, community education and service, and scientific inquiry.
The MA in psychology program focuses on basic and applied scientific research methods that can be used to assist in the solution of real-world problems.
The MPA program integrates rigorous curriculum in policy analysis and management with real-world research and public service opportunities.
The interdisciplinary PhD program in public affairs offers a strong professional and pedagogical emphasis on community development in the United States and international settings.
The MS in computer science program serves both traditional students and working professionals who want to deepen their knowledge of computer science, advance their careers, or prepare for doctoral study.
The MSW program prepares skilled direct-service providers to function in both public and private sectors of social welfare and also prepares students for advanced social work practice.
The MST prepares post-baccalaureate biology or chemistry candidates seeking secondary teaching certification to teach in New Jersey school districts.
The MA in Teaching Spanish prepares students for careers in K-12 and/or two-year colleges, especially in the unique, bilingual southern New Jersey area.