Ordering Your Textbooks
Review the required textbooks for each course below.
Books should be available for ordering through the Stevens Campus Store's online book ordering site during the first week of May.
Select the Summer I term.
Select the department associated with your course under the "Department" heading (Math, Physics, or Computer Science.)
Locate your course number, and find and order the required textbooks.
Precalculus: Mathematics for Calculus (6th edition)
James Stewart, Lothar Redlin, and Saleem Watson
978-1285-730059 - ebook w/web assign codes
Calculus, Single & Multivariable (6th edition)
Deborah Hughes-Hallett et al.
1118522796 (Wiley Plus card to be packaged with the text)
Introduction to Mechanics
Physics for Scientists and Engineers: A Strategic Approach, Vol 1 (Chs 1-15) and Vol 4 (Chs 25-36), with Mastering Physics R, 3rd Edition By Randall D. Knight. ISBN # 0321829581. This is a bundled set recommended for students who plan on enrolling at Stevens and eventually taking the course PEP112 Electricity and Magnetism, required of most engineering and science majors.
Students not planning to attend Stevens should purchase Physics for Scientists and Engineers: A Strategic Approach, Vol 1 (Chs 1-15), with Mastering Physics R, 3rd Edition by Randall D. Knight. ISBN# is 0321752910
Introduction to Scientific Computing
ISBN-10 is 0-495-29568-X
Can't Find the Textbook?
If there is no listing or link for a particular textbook on the online campus bookstore website, this might mean that the campus bookstore has not yet placed an order for the book. Be sure to check the website again in a few days.
If the textbook is still not available on the campus bookstore website at the beginning of the orientation, please contact the bookstore directly by phone at 201-216-5101.
If you are ordering the textbook from another vendor outside the campus bookstore and experience difficulty locating the textbook, please contact the professor teaching the course directly for assistance.
The professor’s contact information will be in the course registration email that contains orientation instructions.