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Biomedical and Health Sciences Programs at Rutgers
Rutgers offers advanced study in a wide range of medical, dental, and health sciences programs, such as medicine, dentistry, pharmacy, public health, nursing, allied health careers and many more. Admissions for many programs are managed through the schools.
To get more information about pursuing a degree and apply to these programs, visit the websites below:
For all other programs, please explore this website.
Rutgers offers more than 200 graduate programs of study in 27 schools on campuses in New Brunswick, Camden, and Newark. Our students, who include first-time graduate students, professionals, and adults returning to school, pursue master’s degrees, doctoral degrees, professional credit, certificates, or nondegree study.
Before it is time to apply, carefully consider which program best fits your academic and/or professional interests. We offer programs in a variety of areas including:
Allied Health Sciences
Management and Labor Relations
Social and Behavioral Sciences
Explore our current programs and degree options:
If you have selected your field of study, note the requirements for your program and degree. Each program has a range of requirements, from a special essay to supplemental forms or a portfolio. With this information in hand, the application will move along quickly.
Contact your school or program of interest directly to visit with faculty, staff, and students currently attending the program.
Get answers to the many questions that come up as you find just the right graduate or professional program for you.
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