The Graduate School-Camden offers master's degree programs in biology, business and science, chemistry, childhood studies, computational and integrative biology, computer science, creative writing, criminal justice, English, forensic science, history, liberal studies, mathematical sciences, psychology, public affairs, public policy and administration, teacher education, and teaching Spanish. There is also a certificate in science and technology under the business and science program. The Graduate School-Camden also offers the doctor of philosophy in childhood studies, computational and integrative biology, and public affairs.
The School of Business-Camden offers the master of business administration degree as well as a master of accounting through traditional and accelerated programs and modes of delivery (online and face-to-face).
In addition, the School of Social Work in New Brunswick offers the master of social work degree in Camden.
The School of Nursing-Camden offers a doctor of nursing practice in two tracks: adult gerontology primary care nurse practitioner and family nurse practitioner, as well as a post-master's option for nurse practitioners holding a master of science in nursing degree. The School of Nursing-Camden offers post-baccalaureate certificates in wound ostomy continence and school nursing. Jointly with the School of Business-Camden, the School of Nursing-Camden offers a doctor of nursing practice/master of business administration (D.N.P./M.B.A.) degree in executive nursing leadership.
Further information about the specific areas of specialization in which degree programs are available may be found under the general subject headings in the Graduate School-Camden chapter, the School of Business-Camden chapter, the School of Nursing-Camden chapter, and the School of Social Work chapter.