For a complete list of seminars offered by the Department of Physics, click below:
If you are a transfer student and require a Physics course to be reviewed for transfer credit, you must bring the following documents:
1) A copy of the unofficial transcript showing the grades.
2) An official course syllabus or outline for each Physics course you are requesting transfer credit. Only a grade of C and above will be considered for transfer.
Bring the required documentation or email it to Ms. Leslie Williams located at 463 Tiernan Hall, Monday through Friday, 9:00 am - 4:00 pm, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Transfer credit will not be considered unless these documents are received.
It is the student’s responsibility to ensure that the official transcript gets sent to NJIT Registrar's Office, Attn: Patrick Fields.
If you need a permit for a Physics course, you must apply for online at: http://physics.njit.edu/permits/
Departmental Examination Procedures
For departmental exam consideration, you must first speak with the Chair of the Physics Department, Dr. Andrei Sirenko.
463 Tiernan Hall
General Telephone Number: 973-596-3567
Approval to take a Summer Course at Other Colleges
NJIT students who wish to take a Physics class at another college (including Rutgers-Newark & Essex County College) over the summer must obtain prior written approval from the Physics Department. Students will need to complete and submit an “Approval to take a Summer Course at Other Colleges” form which can be obtained at this link. It is the student's responsibility to find out if the other college is offering the Physics course. The Physics staff can help you determine the correct equivalent course. It is the student’s responsibility to make sure he/she is taking the correct Physics course according to their major.
Exception for taking courses at Rutgers-Newark, Essex CC and RBHS in Fall / Spring: Matriculated NJIT students may cross-register for courses at Rutgers-Newark College of Arts and Sciences, Essex County College and at the Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences (RBHS) during Fall and Spring semesters. Eligible students who wish to do so should follow current procedures as described on the Registrar's website.
Phys 102 Non CoAD Ahn, K.; Georgiou, G.; Gokce, O.; Ravindra, N.
Professors Thomas, G.; Shneidman, V.; Levy, R.; Opyrchal, H.; Chen, B.; Russo, O.; Wang, H.
Phys 111H Prodan, C.
Professors Tyson, T.; Janow, R.; Thomas, B.; Shneidman, V.
Phys 203 Maljian, L.
Phys 204 Dias, C.
Phys 234 Jerez, A.; Piaek, S.
Phys 234H Jerez, A.
Phys 320 Gary, D.
Phys 350 Dias, C.
Phys 430 Piatek, S.
Phys 432 Piatek, S.
Phys 446 Sirenko, A.
Phys 611 Zhou, T.
Phys 621 Piatek, S.
Phys 731 Zhou, T.
Phys 741 Kosovichev, A.
Phys 791 Ahn, K.
OPSE 310 Opyrchal, J.
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