Stellar Faculty, Great Location. For more than 200 years Rutgers has been educating and inspiring young students and professionals to excel in their chosen fields. Participants who are New Jersey teachers will fulfill 30 hours of Professional Development upon completion of their chosen seminar. You also have the option of taking a chosen seminar for three-nondegree graduate credits through the Rutgers – New Brunswick Summer Session office.
The Business Office provides administrative services for the division.
The Center for Continuing Professional Development (CCPD) provides lifelong learning opportunities for individuals or organizations in a way that suits their educational needs. CCPD primarily offers noncredit courses for those interested in advancing their career, learning a new skill, changing careers, or maintaining a particular level of competency in their field.
The Center for Executive Leadership in Government (CELG) at Rutgers University recognizes that effective public-sector leadership is essential for healthy, strong communities and that success in this evolving field requires specialized expertise. Let us help you strengthen your skills, discover new ways of thinking, and embrace innovative approaches to guiding change.
The Center for Government Services (CGS) has been providing timely and relevant training for New Jersey state and local officials for over 60 years. The Center was established in 1991 from the consolidation of the Bureau of Government Research (created in 1950) and the Department of Government Services. Our mission is to improve the knowledge, competency, and professionalism of state and local government officials and employees.
At the Rutgers Center for Innovation Education (RIE), our mission is to provide the most current and up-to-date professional and continuing education for technologists, innovators and entrepreneurs. We recruit Rutgers' top faculty and industry experts to deliver programs that inspire and educate.
The Center fosters collaboration among educators and business leaders, practitioners and researchers to enhance the learning and teaching of mathematics and science, and to demonstrate how technology can contribute to these goals. Read More
The focus of the Center for Online & Hybrid Learning and Instructional Technologies is to foster an active community of practice among faculty and staff who teach and develop online and hybrid courses, along with those who use instructional technologies to enrich the face-to-face learning environment. Our goal is to create an open environment for sharing what’s working well and what areas we can improve in online learning, and to introduce new innovations in this rapidly evolving field.
The CTAAR has undergone two name changes in the past two decades. Originally founded as the "Teaching Excellence Center" in 1992, the office was primarily responsible for the Student Instructional Rating Survey. The center's responsibilities expanded to include instructional technologies, staff training, and enhanced classroom support and in 2004 our name changed to the "Center for the Advancement of Teaching" (CAT) to reflect the broader responsibilties. In 2007, with the addition of university assessment programs, we changed the name to the "Center for Teaching Advancement and Assessment Research".
Information Technology at Continuing Studies (ITaCS) provides technology services for all units of the Division of Continuing Studies. Services include support, staff training, and development. Support requests can be made via the HelpDesk.
The award-winning professional team at the Rutgers iTV Studio provides television, multimedia, and audio production services at competitive rates. We serve the university’s faculty, students, and staff as well as other institutions, educators, and global broadcast outlets. Whether your goal is to instruct, educate, or promote your services, we offer end-to-end production support.
Rutgers Off Campus Programs make it convenient for students to complete an undergraduate degree or earn a graduate degree close to home. Rutgers University, in partnership with New Jersey community colleges, continues to demonstrate its commitment to serving the educational needs of New Jersey residents by offering its renowned faculty, a variety of degree programs, flexible scheduling, and state-of-the-art facilities at convenient locations.
The Division of Continuing Studies (DoCS) is the central continuing education unit at Rutgers University. DoCS is a University-wide division at Rutgers University that includes over 125 employees in 14 distinct units at over a dozen locations, that coordinate hundreds of credit and non-credit programs, enrolling thousands of participants, reaching audiences from youth to retirees and providing various support services across the University. Our educational services include a range of services that rely on state-of-the art technologies.
The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Rutgers University (OLLI-RU) is for individuals over 50 who are looking for an opportunity to expand their horizons, learn in an engaging environment, and meet new friends. OLLI-RU offers noncredit education that is stimulating, friendly, and informal--there are no tests and no grades! You will be part of a learning community that is full of diversity, insight, wisdom, intellectual and cultural stimulation, and friendship.
The Master of Business & Science degree (MBS) is part of a national movement of Professional Science Master’s programs that brings together master’s level study in science or engineering with “plus” courses in business and policy. Rutgers is the only university in New Jersey that offers a statewide Master of Business and Science degree . This new master’s degree program involves an unprecedented number and level of partnerships at all three Rutgers campuses in Newark, New Brunswick and Camden.
The Rutgers University Inn and Conference Center is the perfect retreat for today’s travelers. Our campus style setting creates an inviting atmosphere for both the business and leisure traveler. The Inn offers delightful guest rooms with beautiful wood lawn views, complimentary parking and complimentary WiFi. Groups from 5 to 100 will be inspired by our distraction free setting, imaginative cuisine and seasoned staff. Located on the Cook/Douglass campus, the Inn is close to many points of interest on the Rutgers University campus, as well as Downtown New Brunswick.
Come to Rutgers this summer and:
- earn credits toward your degree
- complete a requirement
- improve your grade point average
- reduce your fall term academic load
- take a course not available during other terms
Visiting undergraduate, graduate, and high school students with qualifying academic records as well as professionals seeking a career change or degree advancement, and interested community members, are welcome to study on a non-degree basis at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey (Campuses at Newark, New Brunswick, Camden and various off-campus locations) through the Continuing Studies initiative during the academic year.