All students must demonstrate competency in quantitative reasoning by completing at least 3 credits in one of the following courses (with a grade of "C" or better.) Please see Quantitative Reasoning Courses. All incoming students must take a Mathematics course each semester until the quantitative reasoning requirement is met. Mathematics courses must be taken sequentially. Once any mathematics course is successfully completed with a grade of “C” or better, a student cannot repeat the same course, or take a lower-level math course for degree credit. The only person who can authorized a pre-requisite override for a mathematics or computer science course is the Undergraduate Program Director, Professor Robert Puhak.
Mathematics & Applied Mathematics
- Why be a Math or Applied Math Major?
- Learning Goals for Mathematics & Applied Mathematics
- Applied Math Major Requirements
- Mathematics Major Requirements
- Mathematics Minor Requirements
- Teaching Apprenticeship
- Individual Study in Math
Computer Science & Information Systems
The IS major will be discontinued effective Fall 2019.
Currently declared IS majors are allowed to finish out the degree.
- Why be a CS or IS Major?
- Learning Goals for Computer Science & Information Systems
- Computer Science Major Requirements
- Computer Science Minor Requirements
- CS & IS Senior Projects
- Individual Study in Computer Science
- Internships in CS & IS
- Cross Registering for NJIT CS & IS Courses