In addition to degree programs offered by the Graduate School-New
Brunswick, the following divisions of the university provide
postbaccalaureate programs in New Brunswick and Piscataway.
Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy.
Master of public health (M.P.H.) and doctor of public health (D.P.H.) degrees are awarded. The school also
offers a master of public policy (M.P.P.) degree, a master of public affairs and politics (M.P.A.P.), and master of city and regional planning (M.C.R.P.) and master of city and regional studies (M.C.R.S.) degrees in urban planning and policy
development. In addition, the school awards several joint degrees in
public policy, urban planning and policy development, and urban studies
and community health. These programs are described in the school's
Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy. The school offers the doctor of pharmacy (Pharm.D.) degree.
Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology.
The school offers the doctor of psychology (Psy.D.) degree in
professional psychology, with specializations in clinical psychology and school psychology. It awards the master
of psychology (Psy.M.) en passant to the doctorate.
Graduate School of Education. In
educational psychology, the school offers master of education (Ed.M.) and doctor of education (Ed.D.) degrees in
counseling psychology; educational statistics and measurement;
learning, cognition, and development; and special education.
In the areas of educational theory, policy, and
administration, the school offers Ed.M. degrees in administration and
supervision in elementary education; administration and supervision in
secondary education; adult and continuing education; school business
administration; social and philosophical foundations; and social
studies education. Also offered are Ed.D. degrees in
educational administration and supervision and school business
For teachers, the school offers Ed.M. and
Ed.D. degrees in elementary/early childhood education and for
instruction in English/language arts, languages, mathematics, and
science. Finally, the school confers the same three degrees in literacy
Mason Gross School of the Arts. The school grants master of fine arts (M.F.A.) degrees in theater arts and visual arts and the master of music (M.M.), doctor of musical arts (D.M.A.), and artist diploma (A.Dpl.) degrees in music.
of Communication and Information. The
school offers a master of communication and information studies (M.C.I.S.) degree and a master of library and information science (M.L.I.S.) degree.
School of Management and Labor Relations.
The school awards a master in human resource management (M.H.R.M.) degree and
a master in labor and employment relations (M.L.E.R.) degree.
School of Social Work. Master of social work (M.S.W.) degrees are offered in administration, policy, and planning, and in direct practice.
At Rutgers–Newark, programs are offered by the Graduate
School-Newark, the Rutgers Business School: Graduate Programs-Newark and New Brunswick,
the School of Criminal Justice, the School of Public Affairs and Administration, the College of Nursing, and the School of Law-Newark. At
Rutgers–Camden, programs are offered by the Graduate School-Camden,
the School of Law-Camden, and the School of Business-Camden.
Each of the university's graduate-level schools publishes an online catalog (see http://catalogs.rutgers.edu). More complete descriptions of the
schools located in New Brunswick can be found under their respective
program listings in this catalog.