The New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT) offers 100 degrees in 27 undergraduate majors and 30 graduate majors. NJIT is organized into six schools: College of Computing Sciences, Albert Dorman Honors College, Newark College of Engineering, College of Liberal Arts and Science, College of Architecture and Design and the School of Management.
The College of Architecture and Design was founded in 1958 and offers undergraduate, graduate and certificates in interior design, infrastructure planning, architecture and other concentrations. The bachelor’s degree in architecture is a 164 credit hour degree and is fully accredited by the National Architecture Accrediting Board.
The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences was formed in 1982 and was the third college founded by NJIT. The college is split into six academic departments including chemistry/environmental science, biological sciences, federated history, humanities, mathematical sciences and physics. The humanities program offers bachelor’s degrees in communication and science, technology and society.
The College of Computing Sciences was founded in 2001 and is the newest college on the campus of NJIT. The school offers degree programs in computer science, information systems and bioinformatics. The school boasts small class size, averaging around 20 students per class.
The School of Management enrolls around 600 students. Founded in 1988 the school has grown to offer a wide range of programs including bachelor’s degrees in science management and international business. NJIT School of Management certificate programs include data mining, power systems engineering and sustainable design.