Environmental Science, B.S.

Northeastern Illinois University

Chicago, Illinois, USA
Environmental Science, B.S.
Duration4 Years
LevelBachelors Program
  • The Environmental Science program promotes the development of problem-solving skills, a broad and solid scientific knowledge base, and it teaches effective team collaboration because the understanding of and solutions to environmental issues often involve expertise in many scientific areas such as geology, hydrology, biology, chemistry, physics, as well as environmental policy
  • The program will produce graduates who are committed to civic engagement and are qualified for employment with industry, governmental regulatory agencies, environmental consulting firms, and graduate study in Environmental Science or related fields
  • As an Environmental Science major, the coursework will involve hands-on lab and field activities, with fieldwork and exposure to environmental issues in our local community
Fees componentsAmount
Tuition & fees1267931 INR
Hostel & Meals713504 INR
Insurance560286 INR
Transportation163472 INR
Fees128170 INR
Books/Supplies175776 INR
Personal Expenses298599 INR
Housing Application Fee3662 INR
Undergraduate Commencement Fee2197 INR
Freshman Orientation Fee5127 INR
UPass11352 INR
Green fees439 INR
Total2062584 INR

Entry Criteria

Class 12thNo specific cutoff mentioned
  • Applicants must have passed high school 
  • Applicants who have a cumulative high school grade point average of 2.5 or above will automatically be admitted to the university and not required to submit standardized test scores for admissions.
  • Freshmen must also have completed the following high school subjects
    • 4 years of Language Arts
    • 3 years of Mathematics (1 year must be algebra and 1 year must be a course that includes geometry content)
    • 2 years of Writing (1 year must be an English course and 1 year may be provided as part of any course offered)
    • 2 years of Social Science (must include 1 year of U.S. history or combination of U.S. history and American government and 1 semester of civics)
    • 2 years of Science
    • 1 year of Electives (Includes art, music, foreign language, or vocational education)
ExamsTOEFL: 61


Additional info
  • ELP will be waived for freshmen who have completed more than 24 credit hours of college or university
  • SAT scores are required if applicants have earned fewer than 24 semester hours of college credit
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