Our graduate and undergraduate degree programs prepare students for professional success and readies them for the pursuit of their goals and aspirations. Our students learn how to ask questions about the world, how to collect and analyze data, how to express their ideas with clarity and precision, how to think critically, and work as part of multidisciplinary teams. These skills transcend professional competence and prepare our graduates to lead the way for others into our rapidly developing future.
We also play an important role in the education of all NJIT students through our commitment to General Education Requirements (GER). It is through our GER courses that students develop a contextual understanding of society and human history. Students are given the opportunity to reflect and understand how their actions impact their interests and the interests of others. They learn to investigate the natural world through a mastery of mathematics and scientific principles. We aim to ensure that all NJIT graduates are provided these core academic experiences so that they can be both self-reliant and public-spirited when they enter their chosen professions.
I hope you will use the links provided on our website to explore in more detail the research, scholarship, and artistic endeavors of our faculty and students. If you have any questions or would like to learn more about CSLA and our programs, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Kevin D. Belfield
Dean, College of Science & Liberal Arts
Distinguished Professor, Department of Chemistry & Environmental Science