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With campuses in New Brunswick and Newark, many choose Rutgers Business School because it offers "the very best combination of quality and cost." The fact that it is "more affordable than private schools in the NY area" makes it attractive to many when coupled with its "solid reputation." Strengths include the top ranked Supply Chain Management and Pharmaceutical Management programs (the pharmaceutical industry is thriving in New Jersey, so job prospects abound), as well as strong Marketing and Finance programs. "Some Finance professors are even better than those at Ivy Leagues," one student enthused. "I'm pleasantly surprised and thankful not to get into any Ivy League, where the cost-benefit tradeoff would have been negative."

Professors are described as "hit or miss," but most agree that their teachers fall under the category of "hit," with students praising their "engaging, challenging, and thought provoking curriculum." They are happy to find their professors "have real hands-on experience in the class they teach and are very interested in educating us on their material" and describe them as educators who "do not simply teach, [but also] mentor, offer career advice, and share career opportunities that match with students interests." However, while professors are generally praised, many students complain about a "sorely understaffed" administration, which "can be a red tape nightmare." Overall though, students find them to be "accessible and genuinely concerned with [their] success"

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Ronald Kwan
Assistant Dean and Director of Graduate Admissions

1 Washington Park
6th floor
Newark, NJ 07102-1813
United States





Applicants: 198
Acceptance Rate: 44%
Average Undergrad GPA 3.28
Years Work Experience: 6.8
Average Age: 31



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