Rankings of the graduate program by U.S. News & World Report in 2013:
7th nationally in Public Management/Administration
4th nationally in Information and Technology Management
10th nationally in Public Finance and Budgeting
11th nationally in City Management and Urban Policy
18th nationally in Nonprofit Management
23rd nationally in Public Affairs
24th nationally in Public Policy Analysis
Ranked third in the country in graduate urban planning programs according to Planetizen (2012), the Bloustein School in New Brunswick also serves as an umbrella organization for a long list of research centers.
"Nationally recognized as a leading source of scholarly research and current data about politics and government."--from the site. Survey research from the Rutgers-Eagleton Poll is widely quoted around election time.
Information about the Camden graduate program plus links to organizations, career information, and more under "MPA Resources".
Affiliated with the Rutgers-Camden Graduate Department of Public Policy and Public Administration (above), "the Forum provides consulting and research for a wide range of federal, state and local government agencies, non-profit organizations and port agencies."--from the site