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


Newark offers programs at three undergraduate colleges and at fourgraduate schools. With an enrollment of approximately 10,300 students,it offers strong academic programs, excellent facilities, and anoutstanding faculty.

Faculty of Arts and Sciences-Newark

Edward G. Kirby, Ph.D., Dean

The Faculty of Arts and Sciences-Newark was established in 1985 toexpand and strengthen the instructional program for undergraduatestudents at the Newark campus. The combined faculties of Newark Collegeof Arts and Sciences and University College-Newark offer courses andacademic programs in more than 60 subject areas.

Newark College of Arts and Sciences

Edward G. Kirby, Ph.D., Dean

Founded in 1930 as Dana College, this undergraduate, coeducational,liberal arts college became part of Rutgers when the University ofNewark was integrated into the state university in 1946.

College of Nursing

Felissa R. Lashley, Ph.D., Dean

The College of Nursing was established in 1956 as an expansion of theuniversity's offerings in the former School of Nursing of the NewarkCollege of Arts and Sciences. Its graduate program is conducted throughthe Graduate School-Newark.

University College-Newark

Edward G. Kirby, Ph.D., Dean

University College-Newark is an evening and weekend college of liberalarts and professional studies serving part-time students since 1934.Within the context of the liberal arts tradition, University Collegestudents are offered a full range of courses and curricula, includingprograms in business and preparation for the professions leading to thedegrees of bachelor of arts and bachelor of science.

Rutgers Business School-Newark and New Brunswick

Howard Tuckman, Ph.D., Dean

Rutgers Business School offers undergraduate and graduate programs onor through the university's Newark and New Brunswick/Piscatawaycampuses. Rutgers Business School: Undergraduate-Newark is a four-yearundergraduate school. It offers the bachelor of science degree jointlywith either the Newark College of Arts and Sciences or UniversityCollege-Newark. Rutgers Business School: Undergraduate-New Brunswick isa two-year, upper- division school offering programs in accounting,finance, management, management science and information systems, andmarketing. The school admits students from Douglass, Livingston,Rutgers, and University Colleges in their junior year. The bachelor ofscience degree is awarded jointly by the business school and theundergraduate college the student attended. Rutgers Business School:Graduate Programs-Newark and New Brunswick offers the master ofbusiness administration, an M.B.A. degree in professional accounting, amaster of accountancy in taxation, a master of accountancy ingovernmental accounting, a master of quantitative finance, and avariety of dual degrees. The Ph.D. degree in management is offeredjointly by the Graduate School-Newark and the New Jersey Institute ofTechnology.

Graduate School-Newark

Steven J. Diner, Ph.D., Dean

The Graduate School-Newark was established as a separate instructionaldivision of the university with degree- granting authority in 1976.

School of Criminal Justice

Leslie W. Kennedy, Ph.D., Dean

The School of Criminal Justice, which opened in 1974, offers a graduateprogram that provides students with a sound foundation for work inteaching, research, or criminal justice management. The master of artsdegree is offered through the school, and the Ph.D. degree is offeredin conjunction with the Graduate School-Newark.

School of Law-Newark

Stuart L. Deutsch, J.D., Dean

The university's graduate programs in law originated in otherinstitutions. The New Jersey School of Law, founded in 1908, and theMercer Beasley School of Law, founded in 1926, merged in 1936 to becomethe University of Newark School of Law, which became part of Rutgers in1946.

Summer Session-Newark

The SummerSession, begun in 1913 and established as a division of the universityin 1960, offers a wide variety of graduate and undergraduate coursesduring three sessions in the summer months.

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