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and an MBA? Want to pursue teacher certification with an MEd? You can do that here! You might also pursue a seven-year BA/MD program or a six- year PharmD program—and there’s so much more.


As a first-year student, you can quickly connect with senior faculty and other students in topic-driven first-year seminars capped at no more than 20 students. In addition, you can choose from more than 180 study abroad programs in 50+ coun- tries...spend a semester, summer, or whole year becoming a global citizen.


ACADEMICS


• #22 Public National University — U.S. News & World Report


• 10 consecutive years as a top producer of Fulbright students


• One of 62 North American universities in the prestigious Association of American Universities


• 16:1 student-faculty ratio • 100+ undergraduate majors • 175+ research centers and institutes


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rich history Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, is a leading


international research institution. Chartered in 1766, Rutgers is the eighth-oldest institution for higher learning in North America, with uni- versities in New Brunswick, Newark, and Camden and a Health Sciences di- vision with locations across the state of New Jersey. Rutgers University– New Brunswick is the state’s most comprehensive intellectual resource and the flagship campus of Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, as designated by the Association of American Universities (AAU). Rutgers University–New Brunswick is the largest and most residential university within the Rutgers system. It offers more than 100 undergradu-


HISTORY • Founded in 1766 • One of the nine original colonial colleges


• Eighth-oldest institution of higher learning in North America


• Birthplace of intercollegiate football


ate programs of study and includes five campuses with a variety of set- tings. Students enjoy state-of-the-art classrooms and laboratories, six vi- brant student centers, four dining halls, and ultra-modern recreation facilities—all in addition to a college town with boutiques, shops, four- star restaurants, comedy and music clubs, and theaters.


Academic options to suit your interests Students choose Rutgers University– New Brunswick because its five cam- puses have the friendly feel of smaller schools and the boundless resources of a leading research university. It comprises 17 schools and colleges, 12 of which enroll undergraduate stu- dents and together offer more than 4,000 courses. Here, you can double- major in four years or earn a com- bined BA or BS and master’s degree in five years. For example, are you inter- ested in getting a bachelor’s degree in History and a master’s in Public Policy? Economics and a master’s in Public Health? How about Engineering


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• 120+ first-year seminars capped at 20 students and taught by senior faculty


• 93% first-year retention rate


• 80% placement rate within six months of graduation


Groundbreaking research Rutgers is a public research univer- sity with groundbreaking projects in areas as diverse as stem cell research, education equity, and oceanogra- phy. In fact, Rutgers University–New Brunswick and Princeton are the only New Jersey schools in the prestigious AAU, whose 62 members are North America’s leading research universi- ties. Many Rutgers undergraduate students conduct original research in the more than 175 research centers and institutes on our campuses. You’ll have the opportunity to work closely with distinguished faculty in devel- oping solutions to society’s greatest challenges.


Location, location, location The city of New Brunswick is a cultural hot spot—people come from all over to experience the city’s museums, plays, operas, choirs, symphonies,


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