Registration

Registration for the Fall 2018 term is ongoing and classes can be added and dropped without penalty through September 10th, 2018.

Spring 2019 registration will begin in late October.

The schedule of classes is available here. For comprehensive registration information, please reference the Registrar's website.

Students ordinarily may take up to 19 (undergraduate) or 12 (graduate) credits per semester. If you'd like to take classes beyond that limit, consult the table below to confirm your eligibility, then email your advisor to make the request.

Undergraduate Students (Increase to 21 credits) Graduate Students (Increase to 15 credits)
Freshmen, Sophomores, and Juniors; Seniors with more than one semester remaining
Minimum GPA: 3.0
M1 students (fewer than 9 credits completed)
Minimum GPA: 3.6
Graduating Seniors
No minimum GPA, but must be in good academic standing
M2 students and above
Minimum GPA: 3.4

Approval Process

Undergraduate students interested in taking courses at another school should complete the Approval for Undergraduate Courses at Other Colleges form. Please submit the form to the appropriate department that offers the equivalent NJIT course. At the completion of the course, submit your transcript to the NJIT Registrar - Attention Patrick Fields.

Each department has different requirements for approving classes outside NJIT - please see below for YWCC department policies. Failure to secure the necessary approvals will result in the class not being accepted for transfer credit.

Computer Science:

  1. A student is allowed to take an equivalent of a CS course outside NJIT only if the course is not offered at NJIT during that semester and/or there are no available seats in the course offered at NJIT.
  2. The CS Associate Chair has to approve the course equivalency (i.e., the course at the outside institution is equivalent with the NJIT course the student plans to transfer).

Information Technology:

  1. A student is allowed to take an equivalent of an IT course outside NJIT only if the course is not offered at NJIT and/or there are no available seats in the course offered at NJIT during fall/spring semester.
  2. There are no restrictions for taking an equivalent IT course outside NJIT during summer.
  3. The IT Director has to approve the course equivalency (i.e., the course at the outside institution is equivalent with the NJIT course the student plans to transfer).

Information Systems:

  1. A student is allowed to take an equivalent of a IS course outside NJIT only if the course is not offered at NJIT during that semester
  2. Students are only permitted to take 100 and 200 level courses at another institution.