The Department of Computer Science and Engineering (CSE), under the Faculty of Science and Engineering has started its journey in 2015. As the newest department CSE is flourishing very rapidly. Faculty members, with their latest knowledge and experience, are running the department very effectively. This department gives equal importance both on theoretical as well as practical classes. Labs have been organized with the direction of experienced experts from BUET.
The Department of Business Administration in the banner of Faculty of Business Studies at Notre Dame University Bangladesh (NDUB) has been running from 2014. The Department of Business Administration at NDUB is the largest department and it has been offering undergraduate and graduate program in Business Administration since inauguration. Since its inception, this Department has been playing a dominant role in offering quality business education to the students and executives to help them equip with up-to-date knowledge. The ultimate goal of the Department is to provide students with an integrated and practical approach to understanding current business practices and educate them to think from outside the box.
The Department of English, under the Faculty of Arts and Humanities, commenced its journey when Notre Dame University Bangladesh was granted permission to begin the academic session by the University Grants Commission of Bangladesh in December 2014.
Department of Economics of NDUB desires to produce economists who will perform not only as professionals but also as leaders because it remains committed to developing and relating Economics to comprehend and better our economy and society.
Law degrees have always been among the most sought-after and widely respected courses to study at university. Law degrees are notoriously challenging and for many students, the attraction lies in the unique combination of human interest and intellectual stimulation provided.
The Department of Laws (LLB) with Honours is offering a 4-year undergraduate degree program in this year 2014. The 4-year degree program is spread over twelve semesters with three semesters per academic year.