Our Academic Programmes
To be part of our family, you need more than suitable subject choices; You need to be committed and passionate about your chosen field. If you can think of a study field or career that suits your personality, interests, goals and what you’re good at, you will enjoy what you do and being really great at your studies and future career.
The University currently has over fifty-one (52) academic departments that offer a wide range of programmes at the diploma, undergraduate, and postgraduate levels. The departments are spread over 10 faculties namely Agriculture, Arts and Social Sciences, Commerce, Education and Community Studies, Engineering and Technology, Environment and Resources Development, Health Sciences, Science, Law and Veterinary Medicine and Surgery. Additional courses are offered by the Institute of Women, Gender and Development Studies and College of Open and Distance Learning. we have over 215 academic programmes with more than 5000 courses.
General Admissions Criteria
Diploma qualification - Mean grade of C Plain and cluster requirements for the course applied for.
Degree Programmes and in-service candidates must meet the requirements set up by the Joint Admissions Board.
In-service candidates must possess a Diploma with a CREDIT PASS or a PASS with at least 2 years working experience in the relevant field.
Candidates must possess a mean grade of C+ and above in the relevant field of study or A-Level pass with at least 2 principals. In-service candidates must possess a Diploma from a recognized institution with a credit and above in the relevant field
Masters applicants should have a minimum of an upper second class honors degree from a recognized University
- Ph.D applicants should have a Masters degree from a recognized University.
- Scholars, professionals and policy makers stands to benefit from the school’s programmes