Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, is a leading national public research university and the states preeminent, comprehensive public institution of higher education. Rutgers is dedicated to the highest standards of teaching and to conducting research that breaks new ground.
The Rutgers School of Health Related Professions is located at 675 Hoes Lane. It shares the campus with the Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, School of Public Health and the University Behavioral HealthCare. The Physician Assistant Program is housed in this campus. It has a videoconferencing unit that faculty uses to attend school wide meeting and conferences. The program uses the classroom facilities of RWJMS and the RBHS-IST computer lab. Wired and wireless internet are available for students to use.
Be part of the discovery at Rutgers, where students work side-by-side with professors in labs, research centers, field stations, preserves, and working farms. The STEM majors in the biological and life sciences are organized into two broad spheres: Biomedicine. Explore the intersection of biology and human health with majors like: microbiology �ۢ cell biology and neuroscience �ۢ genetics �ۢ molecular biology and biochemistry �ۢ nutritional sciences �ۢ allied health technologies �ۢ and more Ecosystems. Discover biology as the engine of the living world in majors like: �ۢ animal sciences �ۢ marine sciences �ۢ plant science �ۢ nutritional sciences �ۢ biotechnology �ۢ environmental design �ۢ and more Who�۪s majoring in the biological and life sciences? Students aspiring to graduate study in the sciences or to professional school in medicine, dentistry, and veterinary medicine, and more. Students preparing for science-intensive careers in nearly every field���business, health care, government, pharmaceuticals, research and development, and more. Students pursuing certification in health-related professions