Course Code Explanation

Alphabetical Codes

ACCT Accounting
AD Art & Design
ARCH Architecture
AS Aerospace Studies
BIOL Biology
BME Biomedical Engineering
BNFO Bioinformatics
CE Civil Engineering
CET Construction Engineering Technology
CHE Chemical Engineering
CHEM Chemistry
CIMT Concrete Industry Management
CS Computer Science
CMT Construction Management Technology
COM Communication
COOP Cooperative Education
CPT Computer Technology
DD Digital Design
ECON Economics
ECE Electrical and Computer Engineering
ECET Electrical and Computer Engineering Technology
ENE Environmental Engineering
ENTR Entrepreneurship
ENGL English
ENGR Engineering
EPS Environmental Policy Studies
ESC Engineering Sciences
EVSC Environmental Science
FED Fundamentals of Engineering Design
FIN Finance
FRSC Forensic Science
FYS First Year Student Seminar
GEN General Engineering
HIST History
HRM Human Resource Management
HSS Humanities and Social Sciences
HUM Humanities
ID Industrial Design
IE Industrial Engineering
INT Interior Design
IS Information Systems
IT Information Technology
LIT Literature
MATH Mathematics
ME Mechanical Engineering
MECH Mechanics
MET Mechanical Engineering Technology
MGMT Management
MIS Management Information Systems
MNET Manufacturing Engineering Technology
MR Maintaining Registration
MRKT Marketing
MTEN Materials Engineering
MTSE Materials Science and Engineering
MIT Medical Informatics Technology
OM Operations Management
PE Physical Education
PHIL Philosophy
PHYS Physics
SET Surveying Engineering Technology
STS Science, Technology and Society
THTR Theatre
TMT Telecommunications Management Technology
TUTR Freshman Tutorial

Numerical Codes

Lower Division Courses

Courses numbered between 100 and 199 are normally taken by first-year students.

Courses numbered 200--299 are normally taken by sophomores.

Upper Division Courses

Courses numbered 300--399 are normally taken by juniors.

Courses numbered 400--499 are normally taken by seniors.

The numbers after each course title (3 credits, 3 contact hours (0;0;3)) indicate the number of credits, the number of contact hours and the nature of the contact hours (Lecture; Laboratory; Other).

Rutgers-Newark Courses

The current Rutgers-Newark Schedule of Classes can be viewed for cross-registration along with the Rutgers catalog when planning for cross-registration.