The Professional Science Master's program (PSM) editorial staff reports on events taking place throughout the year and presents periodic roundups of "Best of the Best" articles and information. (Common data sources include LinkedIn/LinkedIn Learning, Emsi, Burning Glass, and leading industry-specific publications.)
PSM Editorial Staff
MBS's Virtual Graduation Celebration: What started out of necessity in 2020 has become a much beloved, very fun tradition continued by necessity (and demand) as our program has grown and expanded.
CONGRATULATIONS to the Master of Business and Science October 2021, January 2022, and May 2022 Graduates!
Through Rutgers Master of Business and Science (MBS) Externship Exchange program, students are matched to corporate-sponsored small projects in teams ranging in size from two to nine students each semester. Far from "problem + ingenuity = solution" simplistic, the MBS Externship Exchange, which continues to grow exponentially, is a great success story.
As the field of User Experience (UX) continues to grow, so do the number of amazing career opportunities—and the number of job titles. Industry growth is exciting; however, the mind-boggling number of job titles (or mis-titles) can be really, really confusing.
Decoding UX Job Titles and Job Descriptions
Two years ago, Rutgers MBS students, staff, and faculty departed for spring break…and returned to a 100% remote-learning platform and the world of higher-ed during COVID-19.
MBS faculty, staff, students, and alumni—of course—rose to the challenge, and, this year, headed into spring break with a different mindset, much optimism, and with two in-person events on the horizon.
This month, we are celebrating amazing women across disciplines, around the world, and who--in general--have made the world a better place.
Today, we celebrate the women of Rutgers Professional Science Master's (PSM) program!
It's March 1st - Women's History Month!
All month long, we will be celebrating and honoring women in STEM--women who have inspired us, supported us, and paved the way for our achievements and those of the next generation. Thanks to all women in STEM - past, present, and future - for making our world a better place!