NIU’s School of Engineering and Technology offers a suite of B. Tech courses, including the B. Tech (information technology) program. The B. Tech (IT), like all other B. Tech programs, is a fulltime, on-campus course with an academic duration of 4 years. To qualify for this course, a candidate has to clear 10+2 from a recognized education board with mathematics and physics as compulsory subjects.
The third compulsory subject should be biology, chemistry, biotechnology, or any other technical/vocational subject. Additionally, the applicant has to secure at least 50% marks in aggregate in the final exam of 10+2.
The School of Sciences, under the tutelage of NIU, offers the B. Sc. (Honors) [Environment Science] course, besides offering a host of other B. Sc programs. This 3-year undergraduate program in science is a full-time on-campus course, and to qualify for this program, the students need to pass 10+2 with physics, chemistry and mathematics/physics, chemistry, and biology as compulsory subjects. Also, the students have to score a minimum aggregate score of 45% in the final exam of their higher secondary level.
The School of Law and Legal Affairs as an associate school of study under NIU, admits students for an array of law courses, including the BBA LLB (Honors) program. The BBA LLB (Honors) course is a 5-years program that enables students to pick up skills that allow them to chart a successful legal career. To qualify for this program, students have to secure at least 50% marks in aggregate in the 10+2 final exams.
The Bachelor of Architecture program offered by the School of Architecture is a 5-year program that equips students with thorough knowledge about architectural principles and concepts. Students have to complete a set of compulsory subjects that focuses on the optimum utilization of local resources that are recyclable and eco-friendly. Those who wish to pursue this undergraduate program in architecture must pass 10+2 with at least 50% marks in aggregate.
Additionally, the compulsory subjects at the higher secondary level should have been physics, chemistry, and mathematics.