Electronic Theses and Dissertations (ETD) have replaced printed theses and dissertations for most Rutgers graduate programs and are available through RUcore.Dissertations and theses are submitted in online form only from the following schools.
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) The Ph.D. requires 36 credits of academic courses and 36 research credits. A written doctoral thesis is required. The Ph.D. degree is usually done on a full time basis and requires four to five years. Part-time study is also possible, but this can take significantly longer and is highly dependent on the individual students circumstances.
On January 20, Alexander Lopez successfully defended his PhD thesis Modeling the Circulation and Timescales of the Mid-Atlantic Bight and Gulf Maine.Alex is picture here (3rd from left) with his DMCS thesis committee members Julia Levin, Bob Chant and advisor John Wilkin; the external committee member, Doug Vandemark (UNH) participated via Webex.Molecular Biosciences is an umbrella program that administers five graduate programs in the biomedical and life sciences at Rutgers University. Molecular Biosciences serves as an entry portal to review applications for admission, coordinate the first-year curriculum and assist students to identify a laboratory in which to conduct their thesis research.Graduate programs at the Rutgers Graduate School of Education (GSE) are administered in conjunction with the School of Graduate Studies. Students wishing to pursue a graduate program at the GSE must apply to the School of Graduate Studies. Ph.D. in Education The Ph.D. in Education prepares you to become a researcher in academia, government, and the private sector.
The Mathematics Graduate Program at Rutgers University offers courses of study leading to the degrees of Ph.D. and M.S. A quick link to an overview of our Ph.D. program is here.The M.S. degree has two options, the mathematical finance option, and the (now infrequently used) traditional option. The Graduate Faculty in mathematics has about 65 active members from the Department of Mathematics.Read More
PhD in Chemical and Biochemical Engineering with an Option in Pharmaceutical Engineering.. Students must follow the guidelines given by the department and the Graduate School of New Brunswick regarding the Thesis proposal,. Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey.Read More
Graduate Program in Statistics at Rutgers University The Statistics Department offers both M.S. and Ph.D. degrees. The Ph.D. degree is intended for students with strong mathematical backgrounds who are wishing to pursue research-oriented careers in academia or industry.Read More
The program offers a Ph.D. degree in Industrial and Systems Engineering. Students complete the following requirements to graduate: course requirements, the written qualifying examination, the thesis proposal, and the dissertation defense. Details of these steps are summarized in the following table and then discussed below. A student with an MS degree in Industrial Engineering.Read More
The PhD, MS and ME graduate degrees in Biomedical Engineering are awarded by Rutgers University, through the School of Graduate Studies. 7. How long will it take to complete a Masters degree? There are two types of Masters students in BME: M.S with Thesis and M.Eng Non-Thesis. Both tracks should finish their Masters degree in 2-3 years. 8.Read More
Our PhD in Nursing program prepares nurse scientists to conduct research that will guide safe and effective nursing care. Whether you’re seeking an early start to your doctorate or you want to build on your master’s degree, there’s a pathway for you at Rutgers School of Nursing.Read More
PhD Program Description. The degree of Doctor of Philosophy is a research degree, conferred in recognition of marked ability and scholarship and high scholastic attainment and original research in Statistics and Biostatistics.Read More
Wenyi successfully defended her PhD thesis titled “From QSAR to QNAR, searching for enhanced models for drug discovery” with “Pass with Distinction”. Congratulations, Dr. Wang.Read More
The Department of English is the largest humanities department in the School of Arts and Sciences at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey. Our faculty strives to instill students with a deep and lasting understanding of literature and literary traditions. Each year, more than 11,000 undergraduates receive instruction in humanistic reading and writing through our writing program.Read More
Rutgers creates School of Graduate Studies. The School of Graduate Studies merges two of the leading research graduate schools in the United States—Rutgers’ Graduate School-New Brunswick and Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences—into one school dedicated to cutting-edge research, interdisciplinary collaboration, and professional development.Read More