Information for Minors in Computational Mathematics

So you want to add a Computational Mathematics minor to your current major?  Good choice. Here's all you need to know:


In addition to the calculus sequence (Math 111, 112 and either 211 or 213), you need three required courses and two electives. The required courses are Math 222 (differential equations), Math 337 (linear algebra), and Math 340 (applied numerical methods) or their honors equivalents. The electives may only be selected from the list below.

Becoming a Computational Mathematics Minor:  

To declare a computational mathematics minor, complete the online Request to Declare a Minor form. A signed copy will be sent to you via email. You must bring the signed form to the NJIT Registrar's office for processing.

Advising for the Computational Mathematics Minor:

If you have questions about what courses to choose, please see a Minor Advisor in Cullimore Hall during their office hours or by appointment.

Required Courses

  • Math 222 - Differential Equations (4-0-4)
  • Math 337 - Linear Algebra (3-0-3)
  • Math 340 - Applied Numerical Methods (3-1-3)

Electives (choose two)

  • Math 321 - Introduction to the Finite Element Method (3-0-3)
  • Math 391 - Numerical Linear Algebra (3-0-3)
  • Math 440 - Advanced Applied Numerical Methods (3-0-3)
  • Math 448 - Stochastic Simulation (3-0-3)