COURSES TO STUDY IN NIGERIA

PROGRAMS OBECTIVES AND DURATION

The School of Applied Sciences is made up of

1. Department of Computer Science
2. Department of Science Laboratory Technology

Department of Computer Science

Diploma Option: National Diploma in Computer Science.

Program Philosophy
The department of Computer Science was established to produce computer scientists capable of applying the use of computer in areas of data analysis and who can solve software and application problems, prescribe and develop computer programmes to solve a particular problem.

Program Objectives
The objectives of this programme are to produce: Technicians who can use various programmes like: Visual BASIC, OO FORTRAN, OO COBAL, and JAVA graduates who know the operation of computer systems and can use computer packages in all aspects of human endeavours technicians that can maintain computer software and write/develop software and programmes.

Program Duration
Candidates graduating from this department should have met all the requirements and passed all prescribed courses. The duration for the programme is at least 4 semesters of 17 weeks each.
Candidates must have registered and taken a minimum of 15 credit units per semester and a maximum of between 18-20 credit units

Department of Science Laboratory Technology

Diploma Option: National Diploma in Science Laboratory Technology.

Program Philosophy
The department is created to produce competent technicians capable of carrying out various laboratory analyses and research works in industries such as oil, food, brewing, detergent, textiles etc, various hospitals, schools, colleges and research institutes.

Program Objectives
The objectives of this programme are to:
To be able to assist in laboratories with physical analysis and the maintenance of instrumentation.
To produce graduates that will be able to assist in scientific analysis and experiments in hospitals, schools, colleges and research institutes
To produce graduates who can construct and use different types of analytical techniques to achieve desired results on the field.

Program Duration
Candidates graduating from this department should have fulfilled all the requirements and the duration is at least 4 semesters of 17weeks each.
Candidates must have registered and taken a minimum of 15 credit units per semester and maximum of between 18-20 credit units.




The School of Engineering Technology is made up of

1. Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering
2. Department of Computer Engineering

Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering

Diploma Option: National Diploma in Electrical and Electronics Engineering.

Program Philosophy
The establishment of this Department is to train graduates who will be electrical and electronics technicians to function effectively in the following industries; Manufacturing, assembling, servicing, power generation, transmission, distribution and utilization, Telecommunications and other related industries.

Program Objectives
Graduates that can construct simple electrical and electronic circuits when necessary for use in modification or as a part of a system and that can assemble, install and test-run simple electrical and electronic equipment.
Graduates that can carry out both preventive and corrective maintenance on simple electronic/electrical installation, equipment and appliances and that can select and use appropriate instruments to carry out simple tests and measurement on all types of electrical and electronic installation and equipment under various operating conditions.
Technicians that can operate relevant equipment and installations whenever required and prepare simple bills of quantities and specifications related to the field of electrical/electronic engineering.
Graduates that would coordinate and supervise craftsmen in activities related to electrical/electronic engineering services.

Program Duration
Candidates graduating from this department should have met all the requirements and passed all prescribed courses. The duration for the programme is at least 4 semesters of 17 weeks each.
Candidates must have registered and taken a minimum of 15 credit units per semester and a maximum of between 18-20 credit units

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