Physics, B.S.

Northeastern Illinois University

Chicago, Illinois, USA
Physics, B.S.
Duration4 Years
LevelBachelors Program
  • The Bachelor of Science in Physics program allows students to pursue careers in teaching, research, and development, or to go on for further graduate study
  • All instruction is provided by full-time faculty in small classes, affording many opportunities for close personal contact between students and instructors
  • This course provides students with a solid foundation in classical and modern physics and develop skills which enable students to enter careers in business, teaching, research, and technology
Fees componentsAmount
Tuition & fees1811372 INR
Hostel & Meals713504 INR
Insurance560286 INR
Transportation163472 INR
Fees183100 INR
Books/Supplies175776 INR
Personal Expenses298599 INR
Housing Application Fee3662 INR
Undergraduate Commencement Fee2197 INR
Freshman Orientation Fee5127 INR
U Pass11352 INR
Green fees439 INR
Total2117514 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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