Biomedical Engineering

Program Description

The Biomedical Engineering program combines the strengths of the Rutgers School of Graduate Studies at the Newark Health Science Campus with the New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT) to meet the growing needs for biomedical engineers at the cutting edges of technology and innovation. A diverse faculty lead research projects in areas such as:

Biomedical Engineering Track Faculty & Research


Program Description

The Statistics program is for students with strong mathematical backgrounds who wish to pursue research-oriented careers in academia and industry. Students receive an in-depth study in probability theory, mathematical statistics, statistical computing, and special topics in modern data science and machine learning.


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Earth and Planetary Sciences

Program Description

Earth and Planetary Sciences studies range from the deep Earth (seismology) to the Earth's surface (including geology, oceanography, and environmental impacts), to the planets and moons.  We combine field and remote studies with state-of-the-art analytical and statistical methods to provide new insights into the past, present, and future of our planet.  Our graduates work in academia, environmental firms, oil and gas companies, government, and NGOs, bringing analytical skills learned to new problems.


Program Description

With Ph.D. classes meeting once a week, our class schedule is designed to support students' home and work commitments. All classes except electives/cognates are held in person at our Newark campus on Tuesdays.

Depending on where students are on their professional and academic journey, we offer two pathways for earning the PhD: post-master’s and post-bachelor’s.

Molecular Biology, Genetics & Cancer

Program Description

The MBGC Track includes the disciplines of Molecular Biology, Molecular Genetics, and Cancer, as well as Biochemistry, Radiation Biology, Structural Biology, and Bioinformatics. These disciplines encompass a set of complementary approaches to life processes. The training received will expand the students' capacity for scholarly activity and independent creative thinking. The MBGC Track emphasizes practical preparation for scientific careers in both academia and industry.


Infection, Immunity & Inflammation

Program Description

The I3 curriculum will provide the theoretical bases for molecular biologic, biochemical, cell biologic, and organismal approaches to studying infection, immunity, and inflammation.  Following coursework, I3 students will be prepared to critically evaluate and implement these approaches in their Ph.D. dissertation projects.  I3 students will select a mentor and project from among the I3 faculty, whose research programs span the fields of Immunology, Cancer Biology, Virology, Bacteriology, Mycology, and Parasitology.

Biomedical and Health Sciences - All Degree Programs

Welcome to the Biomedical and Health Sciences Graduate Programs

Preparing You For Success

The Rutgers University Biomedical and Health Sciences graduate programs in New Brunswick/Piscataway, NJ provide personalized academic support for Master's, Ph.D., and M.D./Ph.D., and Certificate programs to prepare graduate students for success.