Departments

Architecture

The department offers following programs:

  • Bachelor of Architecture
  • Certificate in Construction Management
  • Master in Disaster Management


The department undertakes research programs in different areas. It has done so in association with the Research and Education division of BRAC, the British Council, the University of Manchester, Loughborough University, Hoge School Van Amsterdam etc.

Computer Science and Engineering

The undergraduate and graduate programs offered by this school prepare students to be well-qualified for academia and the industry, and to apply engineering principles across a wide range of disciplines. The CSE Department offers:

  • Bachelor of Science in Computer Science (BSCS) and
  • Bachelor of Science in Computer Science and Engineering (BSCSE)


The department has also expanded its curriculum to graduate levels by offering three graduate programs:

  • Master of Science (M.Sc.) in Computer Science and Engineering
  • Master of Engineering (M.Engg.) in Computer Science and Engineering, and
  • Master of Computer Applications
     

Economics and Social Sciences

Since its establishment, the department has given special attention to critical pedagogical methods in and outside classroom. An increasing number of students from other departments are opting to double major in Economics or to minor in Economics and Sociology.

The department offers two undergraduate and one graduate programs. These are:

  • Bachelor of Social Sciences in Economics (BSS in Economics)
  • Bachelor of Social Sciences in Anthropology (BSS in Anthropology)
  • Master of Science in Applied Economics (MS in Applied Economics)


An increasing number of students from other departments are opting to double major in economics. The department also offers:

  • Minor in Economics
  • Minor in Anthropology
  • Minor in Sociology


Double major in economics and minor in economics or anthropology or sociology will help students of other disciplines to integrate the theoretical knowledge gained in their respective undergraduate major for a deeper understanding of the greater social and development. From 2013, the department is offering an undergraduate degree in Anthropology and a minor in Anthropology.

Electrical and Electronic Engineering

The Electrical and Electronic Engineering (EEE) department  offers two undergraduate degree programs:

  • Bachelor of Science in Electrical and Electronic Engineering and
  • Bachelor of Science in Electronic and Communication Engineering

It also offers two graduate degree programs:

  • Master of Science in Electrical and Electronic  Engineering and
  • Master of Engineering in Electrical and Electronic Engineering


Besides the academic programs, the department actively encourages both undergraduate and graduate students to engage themselves in research. There are several research groups operating under the EEE department at the moment as mentioned below.

English and Humanities

The Department fosters the imaginative, observational, analytical and communicative skills of its students through its three major streams: Literature, Linguistics & ELT and Media. The Department also offers a Minor programme in History, which helps the students to contextualize their learning.

The postgraduate programme for the degree of M.A. in English has two streams: Literature and Linguistics & ELT.

Mathematics and Natural Sciences

MNS Department has been providing quality education in basic and applied sciences to the students of different disciplines of BRACU including its own. Apart from offering courses in physical and life sciences like physics, chemistry, biology, biotechnology, microbiology and also courses in mathematics, statistics, economic geography, environmental sciences, MNS Department also has its own undergraduate degree programs in physics, applied physics and electronics, microbiology, biotechnology and mathematics. It also offers a Master’s program namely, MS in Biotechnology.

Pharmacy

Bachelor of Pharmacy (Honours) curriculum in BRAC University is to introduce beginning pharmacy students to the technologic and scientific principles underlying the preparation of dosage forms and drug delivery systems and to their use in patient care. Through an integrated course curriculum students will gain an understanding of the interrelationships between physical pharmacy principles, biopharmaceutics and pharmacokinetics, dosage form design, product formulation, small- and large-scale product manufacture, and the clinical application of pharmaceuticals in patient care.