About Richard Stockton College of New Jersey
The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey was founded in 1969, and accepted its charter class in 1971. The college is located in Galloway Township, New Jersey, United States. It is an undergraduate and graduate college of the arts, sciences and professional studies of the New Jersey system of higher education.
Stockton College has been accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools since 1975 and reaccredited in 2007 recently.
According to U.S. News and World Report, Stockton College has ranked once again in the first tier of the Best Universities/Master's in the North (America's Best Colleges for 2013), and its now among this category's top 50 (47th) and among the top-15 public institutions (11th place). Stockton also classified as a "highly selective college" by the Princeton Review.
Stockton College provides academic programs in various fields including Criminal Justice, Psychology, Environmental Science, Biology, Business, and Literature. Additionally, courses are offered in emerging fields such as Computational Science, Tourism and Hospitality Management, and Homeland Security. Stockton also offers a Doctor of Physical Therapy program.