Explore Our Programs
School of Arts and Sciences students have hundreds of majors, minors, and certificate programs to choose from. These pages provide information about these programs, including required and recommended courses to take in your first semester. If you are entering Rutgers with an idea for an intended major or academic path, click on that program for more information.
If you're entering Rutgers still exploring your interests, click on a variety of programs to learn more about some of the exciting options available.
Every course you take is part of your degree, so explore with confidence, knowing that the School of Arts and Sciences empowers students to create lives and careers of purpose, and become trailblazers in a rapidly-changing world.
Note: This site was created for incoming students to learn more about academic opportunities at Rutgers and to provide information for the first semester course registration process. This is not a comprehensive list of all programs. If you are looking for the full list of majors and minors available to SAS students, click here.
Transfer to School of EngineeringThe Rutgers School of Engineering offers students the opportunity to pursue a Bachelor of Science degree in 10 major fields: Applied Sciences in Engineering (073) Bioenvironmental Engineering (116/117) Biomedical Engineering (125) Chemical and Biochemical Engineering (155) Civil Engineering (180) Electrical and Computer Engineering (332) Environmental Engineering (366) Industrial and Systems Engineering (540) Materials Science and Engineering (635) Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering (650) School-to-school...
Transfer to Rutgers Business SchoolStudents interested in careers in business should read the information here about the benefits of studying the arts and sciences. Students are also encouraged to take the Career Explorations in Arts and Sciences course in their sophomore year to help explore majors and careers and learn how to build a purpose-filled life and career from any School of Arts and Sciences major. First Semester Planning We recommend that students register for approximately 15 credits each semester and no more than 16...