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  Graduate School-New Brunswick 2005-2007 Divisions of the University Academic Divisions Camden  

Camden

Camden offers programs at three undergraduate colleges and at threegraduate schools. With an enrollment of 5,200 students, it offersexceptional educational opportunities in addition to providing theadvantages and resources associated with a major state university.

Faculty of Arts and Sciences-Camden

Margaret Marsh, Ph.D., Dean

Established in 1983 as a result of academic reorganization of theCamden campus, the Faculty of Arts and Sciences- Camden offers academicprograms for undergraduate and graduate work in 23 arts and sciencesdisciplines and in a variety of interdisciplinary areas.

School of Business-Camden

Milton Leontiades, Ph.D., Dean

Established in 1988, the School of Business-Camden sets majorrequirements and teaches all courses leading to the bachelor of sciencedegree in the professional areas of accounting and management. TheSchool of Business also sets the major requirements and teaches allcourses leading to a master of business administration degree.

Camden College of Arts and Sciences

Margaret Marsh, Ph.D., Dean

A coeducational, liberal arts college, CCAS is the successorinstitution to the College of South Jersey, which was established in1927 and became part of the state university in 1950.

University College-Camden

Margaret Marsh, Ph.D., Dean

University College-Camden is an evening college of liberal arts andprofessional studies serving part-time students since 1950.

Graduate School-Camden

Margaret Marsh, Ph.D., Dean

Graduate programs in the liberal arts were started in Camden in 1971under the jurisdiction of the Graduate School-New Brunswick. TheGraduate School-Camden was established as an autonomous unit in 1981.

School of Law-Camden

Rayman L. Solomon, J.D., Ph.D., Dean

Founded in 1926, the School of Law-Camden joined the university in 1950as the South Jersey division of the School of Law-Newark. It became anindependent unit of the university in 1967. The law school offers acurriculum leading to the degree of juris doctor, including advancedstudy in special areas.

Summer Session-Camden

Thomas Venables, Ed.D.

The Summer Session, begun in 1913 and established as a division of theuniversity in 1960, offers a wide variety of graduate and undergraduatecourses during three sessions in the summer months.


 
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