- About NCAS & UCN
- Information For...
- Events & News
- Support NCAS & UCN
The Faculty of Arts and Sciences at Rutgers-Newark consists of two liberal arts colleges—the Newark College of Arts and Sciences (NCAS) and University College-Newark (UCN). Students can choose from a wide range of studies to build educational experiences that best suit their individual interests and needs, and the Office of Academic Services can provide guidance during this process.
Newark College of Arts and Sciences
NCAS is a four-year liberal arts school offering broad and rigorous exposure to the humanities and social sciences. Students are required to pursue a major and a minor.
UCN is a liberal arts school for adult students who have work and family obligations during the day and wish to attend classes in the evening or on Saturday. Most UCN major programs also offer minor programs. A minor generally consists of 18-21 credits of course work in a discipline, but more specific requirements may be imposed by the sponsoring department. Half of the requirements for the minor program must be completed at UCN.
Programs of Study
|African American and African Studies||B.A., minor|
|Ancient and Medieval Civilizations||B.A., minor|
|Biology||B.A., B.S., minor|
|Clinical Laboratory Science||B.S.|
|Computer Science||B.A., minor||B.A.|
|Earth and Environmental Science||B.S., minor|
|Journalism and Media Studies||B.A., minor|
|Medical Imaging Sciences||B.S.|
|Political Science||B.A., minor||B.A.|
|Portuguese and Lusophone World Studies||B.A., minor|
|Social Work||B.A., minor||B.A.|
|Video Production||B.A., minor|
|Women's Studies||B.A., minor|