Undergraduate Majors


New Major: BUSINESS AND INFORMATION SYSTEMSBusiness and Information Systems

  • Study the application of computing and information systems in business, government, and non-profit organizations.
  • Prepare for careers at the intersection of traditional business operations and technology, such as systems managers, information systems development, or technical staff support.
  • Gain real-world experience with clients from industry, government and university programs through the Capstone program.

Bachelor of Science in Business and Information Systems (527 KB, pdf)
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New Major: COMPUTATIONAL SCIENCES Computational Sciences

  • Explore the connection between science and computation.
  • Specialize in Computational Biology, Computational Chemistry, Computational Mathematics, and Computational Physics.
  • Prepare for a career in such areas as pharmaceuticals, chemicals, and electronics, in government, especially the Department of Defense and NASA, and in education and research, including medical and environmental research.

Bachelor of Science in Computational Sciences (657 KB, pdf)
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New Major: COMPUTING AND BUSINESSComputing and Business

  • The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics points to very strong need for managers with technical skills.
  • Learn concepts in computer science and business to function effectively in designing, building, enhancing, and maintaining software systems and applications for business environments.
  • Prepare for careers at the intersection of traditional business operations and technology, such as systems managers, information systems development, or technical staff support.

Bachelor of Science in Computing and Business (745 KB, pdf)
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New Major: DIGITAL DESIGNDigital Design

  • Prepare for careers in game design, web design, graphic design, digital video production, animation and motion design, virtual set design, digital special effects, virtual exhibit design, communication design, advertising or medical imaging.
  • Learn in state-of-the-art Computer Aided Design (CAD) and Digital Media Laboratories.
  • Study design at New Jersey School of Architecture, the largest school of architecture on the Eastern seaboard and a pioneer in digital design

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New Major: FINE ARTSArt

  • Earn a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree that integrates art, science and technology.
  • Study in a unique atmosphere in which students can develop their innate inventiveness and natural curiosity into an exciting, diverse and rewarding professional career.
  • Prepare for a career in painting, sculpture, graphic design, set design, gallery management, multi-media art, art criticism, curatorial work, advertising, illustration, book design or medical illustration.

Bachelor of Fine Arts (1.4 MB, pdf)
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New Major: INTERIOR DESIGNInterior Design

  • Learn to shape the experience of interior space, through the manipulation of spatial volume as well as surface treatment.
  • Study design at New Jersey School of Architecture, the largest school of architecture on the Eastern seaboard and a pioneer in digital design.
  • Explore aesthetics through form, color, and space and learn creative thinking.

Bachelor of Arts in Interior Design brochure (694 KB, pdf)
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New Major: INTERNATIONAL BUSINESSInternational Business

  • Study international trade, multinational enterprises, foreign exchange, foreign direct investment, international financial institutions, barriers to international trade, and accounting of taxation.
  • Prepare for careers in multinational corporations, import-export trading companies, shipping, banking, insurance, finance, consulting, market research companies, legal, airlines, hotels and travel agencies and government.
  • Gain first-hand experience with a semester abroad at NJIT-affiliated universities in Asia, Europe, Russia and South America.

Bachelor of Science in International Business (950 KB, pdf)
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New Major: LAW, TECHNOLOGY AND CULTURE

  • Prepares students for careers in law and law-related areas of business and government by focusing on the development of law in relation to technological, environmental, and medical issues that are particularly relevant in the 21st century.
  • Provides a particularly strong background for students interested in fields such as Internet and media law, intellectual property law (including patent law), environmental law, and health law and bioethics.
  • Draws upon a wide array of NJIT and Rutgers-Newark courses in different academic disciplines, including history, STS, philosophy, engineering, management, information technology, criminal justice, and political science.

Bachelor of Arts in Law, Technology and Culture (711 KB, pdf)
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