The 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 students in the School of Engineering are admitted in both the fall and spring semesters. For more information related to policies, deadlines, and requirements as a school-to-school applicant in the Rutgers School of Engineering, click the following link. Remember: Engineers are not the only people who invent, design, construct, and discover all the great things that comprise our world.

There are a variety of majors within the Arts & Sciences that students choose to pursue which apply the same principles of math and science that are pillars of the Engineering field.  A short-list of related majors to consider include:

 

First Semester Planning

We recommend that students register for approximately 15 credits each semester and no more than 16 credits in their first semester. Your schedule should be well-balanced and include coursework from a variety of subjects. A diverse schedule will help you begin your studies in potential majors and minors; explore a breadth of new knowledge across departments at Rutgers to meet SAS Core Curriculum learning goals; and survey broader academic interests through elective courses as you work to attain the required 120 degree credits for graduation.

Your schedule will look something like this:  

College Writing or English course per placement results (3 credits)

Major Exploration course (3-4 credits)

Major or Minor Exploration course (3-4 credits)

Course beyond main academic interest, such as SAS Core or elective course (3 credits)

Course beyond main academic interest, such as SAS Core or elective course (3 credits)

 Byrne or First-Year Interest Group Seminar (FIGS) (1 credit) 

 Total Credits: 15-16