Course Code Explanation

Alphabetical Codes

ACCTAccounting
ARCHArchitecture
ASAerospace Studies
ARTArt
BIOLBiology
BMEBiomedical Engineering
CECivil Engineering
CETConstruction Engineering Technology
CHEChemical Engineering
CHEMChemistry
CISComputer and Information Sciences
CMTConstruction Management Technology
COOPCooperative Education
CPTComputer Technology
ECONEconomics
ECEElectrical and Computer Engineering
ECETElectrical and Computer Engineering Technology
EGEngineering Graphics
ENEEnvironmental Engineering
ENTREntrepreneurship
ENGEnglish
ESCEngineering Sciences
EPSEnvironmental Policy Studies
FEDFundamentals of Engineering Design
FINFinance
FRSHFreshmen Seminar
HISTHistory
HRMHuman Resource Management
HSSHumanities and Social Sciences
HUMHumanities
IEIndustrial Engineering
IMIndustrial Management
ITInformation Technology
LITLiterature
MATHMathematics
MEMechanical Engineering
MECHMechanics
METMechanical Engineering Technology
MGMTManagement
MISManagement Information Systems
MNETManufacturing Engineering Technology
MRMaintaining Registration
MRKTMarketing
MTSEMaterials Science and Engineering
OMOperations Management
OPSEOptical Science and Engineering
PEPhysical Education
PHILPhilosophy
PHYSPhysics
SETSurveying Engineering Technology
SSSocial Sciences and Policy Sciences
STSScience, Technology and Society
THTRTheatre
TMTTelecommunications Management Technology
TUTRFreshman 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.