From traditional liberal arts to professional programs, we offer a variety of undergraduate majors, minors and specializations that match your interests and ambitions.
Gain the real-world skills needed to advance your career with an undergraduate degree from Rutgers–Camden. An incredible 96 percent of our graduates are either employed or in graduate school within six months of earning their degree.
Experiential Learning & Living
When our students graduate, we want them to be ready to hit the ground running in their careers. That’s why we emphasize hands-on education not only in the classroom, but also the real world through civic engagement, internships, learning abroad courses, research, and more.
Explore Our Undergraduate Degrees & Programs
Get a closer look at your academic opportunities across the arts, sciences, humanities, business and nursing.
One of the finest opportunities for experiential learning and self-discovery exists for high-achieving students who become a member of the Honors College. Admission is by invitation for first-year and transfer students, but rising sophomores may apply.
We aim to provide you with every opportunity to achieve your fullest potential and your individual goals. Whether you need help with one of your classes, a bit of academic advice, or an opportunity to get you excited about your future, our team members are here to help make it happen.
Take the Next Step
If you’re ready to earn your undergraduate degree and pursue a rewarding career, join Rutgers–Camden. Start the application process or contact us with any questions.
Rutgers–Camden Chancellor’s Awards for Scarlet Excellence Celebrate Staff Contributions and Career Milestones
Rutgers University in Camden Chancellor Antonio D. Tillis’s Awards for Scarlet Excellence recognized dozens of faculty and staff members who have shown extraordinary commitment to the campus community through their exceptional contributions and consistently high levels of effective service.
Amy Savage, assistant professor in the Department of Biology at the College of Arts and Sciences, shares insights on the invasive spotted lanternfly.
Rutgers–Camden alum’s transformative gift will fund a new major in entrepreneurship and innovation.