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Use of School of General Studies Classrooms and Theaters for Lectures, Revision Classes and Examinations

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SCHOOL OF GENERAL STUDIES UNIVERSITY OF NIGERIA, NSUKKA MEMORANDUM   To: All Heads of Department, Directors of Institute and Lecturers...
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Use of School of General Studies Classrooms and Theaters for Lectures, Revision Classes and Examinations

Use of School of General Studies Classrooms and Theaters for Lectures, Revision Classes and Examinations

SCHOOL OF GENERAL STUDIES

UNIVERSITY OF NIGERIA, NSUKKA

MEMORANDUM

 

To: All Heads of Department, Directors of Institute and Lecturers From: The Dean,School of General Studies, UNN

 

Date:  25th  – October – 2022

 

Subject:Use of School of General Studies Classrooms and  Theaters for Lectures, Revision Classes and Examinations

 

Given the resumption of academic activities on campus, please kindly note, and adhere to the following information and schedule of use for GS theatres and classrooms:

 

  1. We insist that the use of our classrooms and theatres be only upon official request and approval by either the Dean or her representative.

 

  1. GS Units and Lecturers will have priority in the event of any clash in time and space.

 

  1. As the University no longer engages cleaners for the classrooms and theatres, we will require Lecturers and Departments to clean the facilities, after usage.

 

  1. In the event of any problem regarding the use of our classrooms and theatres, kindly refer to Dr. David C. Ononogbu (Room 223 GS building or call 08071215050).

 

  1. Also note that defaulters will be duly handed over to the Security Department/ and or subsequent requests for usage, will be denied.

 

We welcome everyone back to school and pray for a continuous convivial atmosphere as we discharge our duties to restore the dignity of man.

 

 

David C. Ononogbu (PhD)

Chairman of SGS Timetable Committee

For: the Dean, SGS

BREAKING NEWS!!! 2021/2022 Supplementary Admissions List II

BREAKING NEWS!!! 2021/2022 Supplementary Admissions List II

INSTRUCTIONS TO CANDIDATES OFFERED PROVISIONAL ADMISSION FOR THE 2021/2022 ACADEMIC SESSION

Candidates offered provisional admission are required to adopt the following guidelines to regularize their acceptance of the offer:

 

  • Visit the JAMB Portal and accept your admission on CAPS by clicking “Accept Admission”. Candidates who fail to accept their admission on JAMB CAPS would not be issued JAMB Admission Letter and would be deemed as not admitted.

 

  • Visit the University of Nigeria website (unn.edu.ng) or portal (unnportal.edu.ng), log in your JAMB Registration number to generate and download a Payment Invoice which contains a Remitta number, the invoice will enable you to make payment at any Commercial Bank, including UNN Microfinance Bank.

 

  • With the Payment Invoice, candidates are requested to pay Thirty Thousand Naira Only (N30, 000.00) acceptance fee. Ensure that the Invoice number is keyed in appropriately at the Bank and obtain a confirmation slip containing your Confirmation number and Invoice number.

 

  • Visit the University of Nigeria website (unn.edu.ng) or portal (unnportal.edu.ng) again and login your JAMB Registration Number, the Confirmation Number and Invoice Number, then print the Admission slip and complete the Acceptance Form online.

 

  • Proceed with other fee payments and registration as indicated on the University of Nigeria website.

 

  • Candidates should note that this admission is provisional.

 

  • If at any time in future, including final year, it is discovered that any candidate does not possess the minimum university and the faculty/departmental entry requirements for the course as prescribed by the Senate of the University, and published in JAMB Brochure, the offer of admission will be withdrawn.

 

(Signed)

Dr. (Mrs.) A.N. Egbosionu

Acting Registrar

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Draft 2020/2021 SECOND SEMESTER EXAMINATIONS TIMETABLE FOR INTER-FACULTY AND INTER-DISCIPLINARY COURSES

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2020/2021 SECOND SEMESTER EXAMINATIONS TIMETABLE

            FOR INTER-FACULTY AND INTER-DISCIPLINARY COURSES

             TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 15 – WEDNESDAY, NOVMBER 30, 2022

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 2022        

MORNING 9 A.M. – 12 NOON                                                                      AFTERNOON 12.00 – 3.00pm                          EVENING 3.00 – 6.00 P.M.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  

FACULTYDEPARTMENT COURSENUMBER COURSETITLE NO. OF CANDI-DATES  FACULTY COURSE CODE COURSE TITLE NO. OF CANDI-DATES FACULTYDEPARTMENT COURSENUMBER COURSETITLE NO. OF CANDI-DATES 
FAC. OF AGRIC FAC. OF AGRIC FACULTY OF AGRIC
Agriculture  AG. 302 Agric. Stat & Processing   Agric. Econs.Home Sc. Nutr. & Diet AEC 554HSN 102 Agric. Dev. & PolicyIntro. To Home Sc. Nut. & Diet.

FAC. OF ARTS

FAC. OF ARTS

FAC. OF ARTS

Mass CommTheatre. Arts

Mass Comm

Theatre Arts

 

MAC 113TFS 102

MAC 412

TFS 412

 

TypingPract. Particip. Orien.

Media Management

Studies in Dram. Lit.

 

Mass Comm.Mass Comm.

English

MAC 112BMAC 314B

ELS 441

Writing for the M. MediaSpecialized reporting

Studies in Poetry

FAC.OF BIOL.  SCS. FAC. OF BIOL. SCS.
BiochemistryPlant Sc. & Biotech.

 

BCH 354PSB 422(T)

 

 

Prim. Met Pathways 4Plant Meta. Pathways

 

 

MgB 344 Animal Biotech Zoology & Environ. Biol.Plant Sc. & Biotech.

 

ZEB 468PSB 422(P)

 

Population Gen.Plant Meta. Pathways

 

FAC. OF EDU. FAC. OF EDU. FAC. OF EDU.
H.P.E..

 

H.ED. 340  First Aid and Safety Ed..

 

 
FAC. OF ENGR. FAC. OF ENGR. FAC. OF ENGR.
Electronic Engineering  ECE 271  Engr. Comp.Programming

 

FAC. OF PHY. SCS. FAC. OF PHY. SCS. FAC. OF PHY. SCS.
Computer Science  COS 414  Operational Research II  GeologyMathematics

Computer Science

GLG 142MTH 222

COS 372

Earth HistoryElem. Diff. Equation I

Lab for Digital Design

FAC. OF SOC. SCS. FAC. OF SOC. SCS. FAC OF SOC. SCS.
. Pol. Sc. 

Soc/Anth.

PSC 434 

SOC 451

Publ. Personnel&Finace Admin.Sociology of Devt. PhilosophySoc/Anth

 

Economics

PHIL 161ANTH 354

 

ECO 202

Introd. To Soc& Pol. Sc.Conte. Afr. Soc. Thought

 

Micro Economics Theory

FAC. OF VET. MED AHP 433 Animal Phy. & Health  
FAC. OF VOC. TECH.EDU.

Voc. Teacher Ed

VTE 255  Energy and Tech. of Appl  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DRAFT 2020/2021 SECOND SEMESTER EXAMINATIONS TIMETABLE

            FOR INTER-FACULTY AND INTER-DISCIPLINARY COURSES

             TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 15 – WEDNESDAY, NOVMBER 30, 2022

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 2022 

MORNING 9 A.M. – 12 NOON                                                    AFTERNOON   12.00 – 3.00pm                          EVENING 3.00 – 6.00 P.M.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     

FACULTYDEPARTMENT COURSENUMBER COURSETITLE NO. OF CANDI-DATES  FACULTY COURSE CODE COURSE TITLE NO. OF CANDI-DATES FACULTYDEPARTMENT COURSENUMBER COURSETITLE NO. OF CANDI-DATES 
FAC. OF AGRIC FAC. OF AGRIC. FAC. OF AGRIC
AgricEcons  AEC 422 Farm mgt. & AC Pract. Agric. Exten. 

Crop Science

AEX 521 

CSC 542

Rural & Comm. Devt. 

Plantation Crop

FAC. OF ARTS

FAC. OF ARTS

FAC. OF ARTS

FLLMass Comm

FAA

English

English

RUS 202MAC 422

FAA122

ELS 322

ELS 222

Intermediate Russian IIBroadcast Seminar

Basic Photography

History of English

Inter. Eng. Grammar &               Composition

 

 

 

English  ELS. 334 Oral Narratives Mass Comm.Mass Comm.

English

MAC 332MAC 113

ELS 160

Newspaper ProductionNews Writing

Intro. To Fiction

 
FAC.OF BIOL.  SCS. FAC. OF BIOL. SCS
BiochemistryZoology and Environ. Stud. BCH 412ZEB 402(P)

ZEB 322(T&P)

Gene. Eng.& Res. Tech.Animal Behavior

 

BiochemistryZoology & Enviro. Stud

 

BCH 342ZEB 402(T)

 

Nutrition BiochemAnimal Behaviour
FAC. OF EDU. FAC. OF EDU.
Education  ED 433 Classroom Org. & Mgt.  
FAC. OF ENGR. FAC. OF ENGR. FAC. OF ENGR.
Civil Engr. 

 

CVE 222  Fluid Mech. Lab.  Mechanical MEC 212 Workshop Tech
FAC. OF PHYS SCS. FAC. OF PHY. SCS FAC. OF PHYS SCS.
Chemistry

Comp. Sc.

 

Maths

 

CHM 302

COS 456

 

MTH 218

Inorganic Chem. II

Data Com. & H/Working

Three Dime Anal. Geom.

Physics PHY 302  Meth. Of  Theory Phys.
FAC OF SOC. SCS. FAC OF SOC. SCS. FAC OF SOC. SCS.
PsychologyEconomics

Religion

 

Political Science

 

Economics

Soc&Anth

PSY 103ECO 402

RCS 206

 

PSC 322

 

ECO 122

SOC 328

Determ. of BehaviourAdv. Microecon. Theo II

Prob. of Rel. Beliefs & Hist.

Ame.Foregin Pol.& Human Security

Intro to Bus. Mgt

Political Soc

ReligionSoc/Anth RCS 342SOC 352 Man and his CultureEcology and Society
FAC. OF VET. MED  
FAC. OF VOC. TECH. EDU  

 

 

DRAFT 2020/2021 SECOND SEMESTER EXAMINATIONS TIMETABLE

            FOR INTER-FACULTY AND INTER-DISCIPLINARY COURSES

             TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 15 – WEDNESDAY, NOVMBER 30, 2022

                                               THRUSDAY, NOVMBER 17, 2022       

MORNING 9 A.M. – 12 NOON                                                                      AFTERNOON 12.00 – 3.00pm                                                                 EVENING 3.00 – 6.00 P.M.

FACULTYDEPARTMENT COURSENUMBER COURSETITLE NO. OF CANDIATE3S  FACULTY COURSE CODE COURSE TITLE NO. OF CANDIATE3S  FACULTYDEPARTMENT COURSENUMBER COURSETITLE NO. OF CANDIATE3S 
FAC. OF AGRIC. FAC. OF AGRIC FAC. OF AGRIC.
.       Soil ScienceHSND SSC 362HND 212 Soil Chem&MACbHum. Bio. For Nut. 11
FAC. OF ARTS       FAC. OF ARTS       FAC. OF ARTS      

Mass Comm.

Mass Comm.

FLL

Theatre Arts

MAC 104MAC 313A

CHI 102

TFS 104

African Com. SystemEditorial Writing

Elementary Chinese  II

Hist. of Dram. & Theatre

 

 

EnglishFLL ELS 437CHI 202 ShakespeareIntermediate Chinese II
FAC. OF BIOL. SCS. FAC. OF BIOL. SCS
ZEB ZEB 452(T& P) Ani. Bio. Mgt. &Prosp. MCB 424 Ind. Microbiology ZEB 112 (T&P)
FAC. OF EDU. FAC. OF EDU. FAC. OF EDU.
  ED 227  Special Education  Arts Education ED 224 Ed. Tech
FAC. OF ENGR. FAC. OF ENGR. FAC. OF ENGR.
Mechanical Engr. MEC 316 Manufacturing Tech Mechanical Engr. MEC 212 Workshop Technical
FAC. OF PHY. SCS. FAC. OF PHY. SCS. FAC. OF PHY. SCS.
MathematicsComp. Sc. MTH 216COS 352 Linear Algebra IIData Structures PhysicsComp. Sc. PHY 196COS 472 Pract. Phy IIAdv. Digital Lab.
FAC. OF SOC. SCS. FAC. OF SOC. SCS. FAC. OF SOC. SCS.
Soc/Anth.Religion

 

Poltical Science

SOC 435RCS 322

 

PSC 414

 

Sociology of Deco.Earliest Christianity: Life & work of St. Paul

Pol. Parties & Pressure groups

Poltical Science PSC 122 Intro. To Int. Politics SOC  SOC 234 Women in Society
FAC. OF VET. MED
FAC. OF VOC. TECH. EDUVoc. Tr. Educ.

Voc. Tr. Educ.

 

VTE 304

VTE 135

 

Research Design in Voc. Ed.

Prin. Of Bus. Education

VTE 402 Administration in voc. Tech. Edu.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DRAFT 2020/2021 SECOND SEMESTER EXAMINATIONS TIMETABLE

            FOR INTER-FACULTY AND INTER-DISCIPLINARY COURSES

             TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 15 – WEDNESDAY, NOVMBER 30, 2022

FRIDAY, NOVMBER 18, 2022

MORNING 9 A.M. – 12 NOON                                                AFTERNOON 12.00 – 3.00pm                                                                                          EVENING 3.00 – 6.00 P.M.

 

FACULTYDEPARTMENT COURSENUMBER COURSETITLE NO. OF CANDIATE3S  FACULTY COURSE CODE COURSE TITLE NO. OF CANDIATE3S  FACULTYDEPARTMENT COURSENUMBER COURSETITLE NO. OF CANDIATE3S
FAC. OF AGRIC FAC. OF AGRIC FAC. OF AGRIC
Animal Science 

Crop Science

 

ANS 572 

CSC 332

 

Cattle, Sheep & Goat Prod.Intro. To Crop. Sc.

 

 

 

  Soil ScienceHSND

 

 

Agriculture

SSC 462HSND 202

 

 

CSC 342

Soil Fert. Soil & Water Mgt.Human Phy. & Pat. II

Permanent crops

 

 

 

 

FAC. OF ARTS FAC. OF ARTS FAC. OF ARTS
Mass Comm. 

Theatre & Film Studies

MAC 322GER 202

TFS 134

ELS 324

Broadcast Programm.Intermediate German II

Basic Acting Skills

Phonology of English

  English  ELS 310 Contemporary African Authors FLLLinguistics

 

Foreign Languages

RUS 402LIN 470

 

FRE 202

Russian for Scs& Human IILinguistic

Int. French II

FAC. OF BIOL. SCS FAC. OF BIOL. SCS
Zoology &Env. BiologyZoology &Env. Biology

 

ZEB 412(P)ZEB 432(P)

ZEB 442(P)

ZEB 462(P)

ZEB 464(P)

ZEB 276(P)

ZEB 422(T)

BCH 482

 

 

 

 

Ecto. & Environ. Safety

Phy. Structure Chem.

Adv. Pract. Biochem

Zoology & Environ. Biol.

ZEB

 

 

 

 

 

 

ZEB

ZEB 432(T)

ZEB 462(T)

ZEB 442(T)

ZEB 412(T)

ZEB 464(T)

ZEB 422(T)

Phy

Entomology  .

FAC. OF EDUC. FAC. OF EDU. FAC. OF EDUC.
  Educational Foundation ED 411 Educ. Psychology
FAC. OF ENGINEERING FAC. OF ENGR. FAC. OF ENGINEERING
Mech. Engineering ME 351 Mech. Of Fluids I
FAC. OF PHY. SCS. FAC. OF PHY. SCS. FAC. OF PHY. SCS.
Computer ScienceStatistics COS. 222STA 416 Intro. To File Mgt.Time Series Analysis II Chemistry 

 

Computer Science

 

 

CHM 412 

 

COS 316

 

 

Adv. Phy. Chem. II 

Auto.& formal Languages

 

FAC. OF SOC SC. FAC. OF SOC. SCS. FAC. OF SOC SC.
EconomicsSocial Work

Religion

 

Philosophy

 

Soc /Anth

Pol. Sc.

 

ECO 332 

SWK 103

RCS 202

 

 

SOC 433

PSC 324

 

Introd. to Econometrics II 

Introd. to Social Work

Basic Concepts in the Study of Religion and Soc.

Introduction to Ethics

Personality &

Pol. Of Int. Econ. Relations

PSC452 State & Economy Religion 

Soc/Anth.

 

PALG

 

RCS 206 

SOC 211

 

PUB 162

 

 

 

Prob. Of Rel. Belief &Pract.Socio. of the Family

Nig. Legal System II

 

 

 
FAC. OF VET. MED
FAC. OF VOC. TECH. EDU VTE 404 Evaluation in Voc. & Tech. Edu.

 

 

 

 

DRAFT 2020/2021 SECOND SEMESTER EXAMINATIONS TIMETABLE

            FOR INTER-FACULTY AND INTER-DISCIPLINARY COURSES

             TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 15 – WEDNESDAY, NOVMBER 30, 2022

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 2022 

MORNING 9 A.M. – 12 NOON                                                      AFTERNOON 12.00 – 3.00pm                                                      EVENING 3.00 – 6.00 P.M.

 

FACULTYDEPARTMENT COURSENUMBER COURSETITLE NO. OF CANDIATE3S  FACULTY COURSE CODE COURSE TITLE NO. OF CANDIATE3S  FACULTYDEPARTMENT COURSENUMBER COURSETITLE NO. OF CANDIATE3S 
FAC. OF AGRIC. FAC. OF AGRIC. FAC. OF AGRIC.
Home Sc. Nutr. & Diet

 

AGRIC 102HSND 416

 

Agric PhysicsNutri. Education

 

Agric. Ex. AEX 312 Extn. Teaching Mth. Agric. Phys.
FAC. OF ARTS FAC. OF ARTS FAC. OF ARTS
Mass Comm.Mass Comm.

FLL

 

English

MAC 202MAC 435

GER 402

 

ELS 433

Media & SocietyEducation Broadcasting

Germ. For Scs. and Humanities II

Studies in Drama

 

 

 

Mass. Comm.French

 

English

French

 

MAC 213AFRE 402

 

ELS 340

FRE 102

 

News WritingFrench for Scs. & Hum II

Afican Drama

French II

 

 

 

 

FAC OF BIOL SCS. FAC OF BIOL SCS. FAC OF BIOL SCS.
Zoology & Environ. 

Biochemistry

MCB 434PSB 464 Pharma. Microbiology . PSB 464 (T)

 

 
FAC. OF EDUC. FAC. OF EDUC. FAC. OF EDUC.
Edu. Foundation EDU 312 Educational Psychology .   Health and Physical Education  HED 143 Envi. Health 
FAC. OF ENGR. FAC. OF ENGR. FAC. OF ENGR.
Mechanical MEC 591 Engr. Metallurgy
FAC. OF PHY. SCS.       FAC. OF PHY. SCS. FAC. OF PHY. SCS.
Comp. Science.Comp. Science. COS 102COS 464 Intro. To Computer IIConc.  Prog. Comp. Science..

Mathematics

COS 314 

MTH 132

Switching Alg. Disc StructureElem Maths I
FAC. OF SOC. SCS. FAC. OF SOC. SCS. FAC. OF SOC. SCS.
Pol. Sc.Soc/Anth

 

PSC 244ANTH 411

 

Enviro. Pol.& Sustainable Deve.Comp. African Social

 

Pol. Sc. 

Pol. Sc.

 

PSC 372 

PSC 252

Theory &Pract. of MarxismFound. Of Pol. Economy
FAC. OF VET. MED
FAC. OF VOC. TECH. EDU

 

DRAFT 2020/2021 SECOND SEMESTER EXAMINATIONS TIMETABLE

            FOR INTER-FACULTY AND INTER-DISCIPLINARY COURSES

             TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 15 – WEDNESDAY, NOVMBER 30, 2022

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 2022 

MORNING 9 A.M. – 12 NOON                                                      AFTERNOON  12.00 – 3.00pm                                       EVENING 3.00 – 6.00 P.M.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           

FACULTYDEPARTMENT COURSENUMBER COURSETITLE NO. OF CANDIDATES  FACULTY DEPARTMENT COURSE NUMBER COURSE TITLE NO. OF CANDIATES  FACULTY/DEPARTMENT COURSENUMBER COURSETITLE NO. OF CANDIATE3S 
FAC. OF AGRIC. FAC. OF AGRIC.     FAC. OF AGRIC.
Crop Sc. CSC 222 Principles of Crop Prod. Crop. Sc. CSC 322 Crop Gens. & Breeding
FAC. OF ARTS FAC. OF ARTS FAC. OF ARTS
Chinese 

Mass Comm.

Mass Comm.

English

 

CHI 402 

MAC 451

MAC 221

ELS 212

Chinese for Scs. & Human. .Doc.. Film Prod.

Princ. of Broadcasting

Amer. Lit. Modern Period

 

 

 

 

 

  FLLTheatre Art

English.

 

Mass Comm.

RUS 302TFS 132

ELS 422

 

MAC 341

Adv. Rus. IIBasic Com. Theory

Problem of Eng. In West Africa

Advertising and Pub. Rel. Res.

FAC. OF BIOL. SCS. FAC. OF BIOL. SCS. FAC. OF BIOL. SCS.
Zoology & Environ. Biol..

Zoology & Environ. Biol.

ZEB. 216 (P/T) 

ZEB 452 (P)

 

Animal Ecology

    Zoology & Environ. Biol. ZEB 452 (T) Animal Ecology
FAC. OF EDU. FAC. OF EDU. FAC. OF EDU.
  Arts Education ED 321 Curr. Imp. & Instruction
FAC. OF ENGR. FAC. OF ENGR. FAC. OF ENGR.
Mechanical MEC 343 Measurement & Instrumentation
FAC. OF PHY SC. FAC. OF PHY. SC     FAC. OF PHY SCS
Computer Science 

Statistics

 

Chemistry

COS 342 

STA 212

 

CHM 314

Comp. Architecture 

System Probability II

 

Phy. &Struc. Chem. III

Statistics STA 172 Statistics ComputingI 
FAC. OF SOC. SCS. FAC. OF SOC. SCS. FAC. OF SOC. SCS.
ReligionPol. Sc.

Soc/Anth

RCS 332PSC 302

ANTH 321

Xtain History & Doc IIPol. Behaviour

African Rel. System

     
FAC. OF VOC.TECH.. EDU.. VTE 154 Metal Work I      

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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WEDNESDAY, NOVMBER 23, 2022 

MORNING 9 A.M. – 12 NOON                                                       AFTERNOON   12.00 – 3.00pm                                                                    EVENING 3.00 – 6.00 P.M.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 

FACULTYDEPARTMENT COURSENUMBER COURSETITLE NO. OF CANDIDATES  FACULTYDEPARTMENT COURSENUMBER COURSETITLE NO. OF CANDIDATES  FACULTYDEPARTMENT COURSENUMBER COURSETITLE NO. OF CANDIDATES 
FAC. OF AGRIC. FAC. OF AGRIC     FAC. OF AGRIC  
Agric. EconsSoil Science

 

AEC 532SSC 542 Agri. CoopsPrinc. of Irr. Drainage       Food Sc. & TechAnimal Science FST 222ANS 322 Fund. Of Food Proc.Agric.Bio& Methods
FAC. OF ARTS FAC. OF ARTS     FAC. OF ARTS  
Mass CommTheatre. Arts

Mass Comm

Theatre Arts

English

MAC 113TFS 102

MAC 412

TFS 412

ELS 312

TypingPract. Particip. Orien.

Media Management

Studies in Dram. Lit.

Eng. Lit. Vic.  Period

 

 

 

  English ELS 214  Eng. Lit. Neo-Classical Period
 FAC.OF BIOL. SCS.      
ZEB 404(P) Small Animal Production ZEB 404 Small Animal Production
FAC. OF EDU. FAC. OF EDU.     FAC. OF EDU.  
Education Foundations EDU 205 Soc. of Education   

 

FAC. OF ENGR. FAC. OF ENGR.     FAC. OF ENGR.  
Elect. Engr. EEE 251 Drawing IIBasic Elect. Eng.. Lab. Mechanical MEC 568 PowerPlant Energy
FAC. OF PHY. SCS. FAC. OF PHY. SCS.     FAC. OF PHY. SCS.  
Statisticshysics STA 112 

PHY 362

Probability II 

Quant. Mech. I

ChemistryComputer Science

 

CHM 312COS. 452

 

Phys. &Struct..Chem IIComp. Centre Mgt.

 

FAC OF SOC. SCS. FAC. OF SOC. SCS.     FAC. OF SOC. SCS.  
EconomicsPol. Sc.

 

ECO 342PSC 312

 

Int. Eco IIComp. Federalism

 

 

 

  Economics ECO 304  Intermidate Mic. Eco. Theory II 
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THRUSDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 2022 

MORNING 9 A.M. – 12 NOON                                           AFTERNOON  12.00 – 3.00pm                                                                                              EVENING 3.00 – 6.00 P.M.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                       

FACULTYDEPARTMENT COURSENUMBER COURSETITLE NO. OF CANDIDATES  FACULTYDEPARTMENT COURSENUMBER COURSETITLE NO. OF CANDIDATES  FACULTYDEPARTMENT COURSENUMBER COURSETITLE NO. OF CANDIDATES 
FAC. OF AGRIC   FAC. OF AGRIC.
Ag. Extension 

Soil Science

 

Crop Science

AGEX 412 

SSC 563

 

CSC 524

Extension Practice 

Soil Fertility and Plan Nut.

Plant Breed & Gen.

  Crop Science 

Agric

CSC 522 

AEC 554

Forage & Folder Prod. 

Agric. Devt. Pol.

FAC. OF ARTS FAC. OF ARTS     FAC. OF ARTS    
Linguistics 

English

IGBO 302 

ELS 446

Advanced Igbo II 

Literature Review Wrting

 

 

English 

English

ELS 372 

ELS 150

Theory & Practice of Oral NarrativeIntro. To Poetry

 

FAC. OF BIOL. SCS MgB 232 Biostatistic&Ressearch Analysis FAC. OF BIOL. SCS.     FAC. OF BIOL. SCS.
Zoology & Environ. Biol. ZEB 172 (P/T) Intro. to Env. Biology  
FAC. OF EDUC. FAC. OF EDU.    
   

 

FAC. OF ENGINEERING FAC. OF ENGR.     FAC. OF ENGR.
Mechanical MEC 531 Theory of Elasticity II
FAC. OF PHY. SCS. FAC. OF PHY. SCS.     FAC. OF PHY. SCS.
StatisticsComputer STA 434COS 104 Multivariate Analysis IIComputer Practice StatisticsChemistry STA 312CHM 374 Probability VIApplied Spectroscopy
FAC. OF SOC SC. FAC. OF SOC. SCS.     FAC. OF SOC. SCS.
Philosophy PHIL 104 History & Philosophy of Science  

 

 

Economics 

Pol. Sc.

ECO 234 

PSC322

Intro. to MathsEcons IIPolitics of International Economic Relations
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 2022  

MORNING 9 A.M. – 12 NOON                                AFTERNOON 12.00 – 3.00pm                                                                               EVENING 3.00 – 6.00 P.M.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               

   COURSENUMBER COURSETITLE NO. OF CANDIDATES  FACULTYDEPARTMENT COURSENUMBER COURSETITLE NO. OF CANDIDATES  FACULTYDEPARTMENT COURSENUMBER COURSETITLE NO. OF CANDIDATES 
FAC. OF AGRIC. FAC. OF AGRIC     FAC. OF AGRIC.
Agric. EconsAgric. Econs

 

AgricEcons

AGR 102AEC 552

 

AEC 202

 

Agric PhysicsPlanning &App’l. Of Agric. Proj.

Principles of AgricEcons

 

      Crop science CSC 534 Weed Science
FAC. OF ARTS FAC. OF ARTS     FAC. OF ARTS
Mass Comm. 

English

Ling. Igbo & other Nign Langs.

MAC 371 

ELS 102

IGBO 102

Introd. To Com. ResearchIntro. To Nig. Lit. II

Elem Igbo II

 

 

English  ELS. 240 Modern Comedy: Moliere-Soyinka  English  ELS. 332 Criticism of Oral Lit
FAC. OF BIOL. SCS.     FAC. OF BIOL. SCS.
MgB 340 Biochemical Basic of Diseases  Zoology &Envi. Biol.

 

 

ZEB 472(T)

 

 

Env. Imp. Assessment

 

 

FAC. OF EDU. FAC. OF EDU.     FAC. OF EDU.
.  

 

FAC. OF ENGR. FAC. OF ENGR.     FAC. OF ENGR.
Civil Engr.  CVE 221  Fluid Mech. I 
FAC. OF PHY. SCS. FAC. OF PHY. SCS.     FAC. OF PHY. SCS.
StatisticsMathematics

Computer Science

Statistics

STA 202MTH 224

COS 334

STA 414

Stats. for Soc. Scs. IINumerical Analysis I

Operating System VI

Stochastic Processes II

Chemistry CHM 324 Organic Chemistry III
FAC. OF SOC. SCS FAC. OF SOC. SCS.     FAC. OF SOC. SCS.
Soc/Anth 

Pol. Sc.

 

 

Economics

ANTH 121 

PSC 414

 

 

ECO 282

Lang. In Society & Cult. 

Pol. Parties & Pre. Grps.

Hist. & Structure of

 

Nigerian Econ. II

 

 

 

EconomicsSoc/Anth. ECO 102SOC 325

 

Princ. Of Econs. IISociology of Med.

 

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FAC. OF VOC. TECH. EDU

 

 

 

 

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MORNING 9 A.M. – 12 NOON                                                                             AFTERNOON 12.00 – 3.00pm                                                      EVENING 3 .00 – 6.00 P.M.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                         

FACULTYDEPARTMENT COURSENUMBER COURSETITLE NO. OF CANDIATE3S FACULTYDEPARTMENT COURSENUMBER COURSETITLE NO. OF CANDIATE3S FACULTYDEPARTMENT COURSENUMBER COURSETITLE NO. OF CANDIATE3S
FAC. OF AGRIC FAC. OF AGRIC FAC. OF AGRIC
AGEC AEC 512  Agric. Bus. & Finance    Crop Sc. 

 

 

CSC 544 

 

 

Post-Harvest Physics & Product Storage 
FAC. OF ARTS FAC. OF ARTS FAC. OF ARTS
FLLMass Communication

FLL

RUS 102MAC 242

GER 402

Elementary Russ. IIPrinc. of Advertising

Ger. For the Sc. & Hum II

English  ELS. 314 Eng. Lit, Modern Period Mass Comm. 

Mass Comm.

 

FLL

 

MAC 111 

MAC 314

 

GER 302

 

Writing for the Mass MediaSpecialized Reporting

Adv. German II

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

FAC. OF BIOL SCS     FAC. OF BIOL SCS
Zoology &Env. Biol.

 

 

ZEB 272 (T)

 

PSB 424 (P)

Environ. Health Bio.

 

 

Biochemistry 

Plant Sc. & Biotech

BCH 452 

PSB 424 (T)

Meta. Regulation 

 

FAC. OF EDU. FAC. OF EDU.   FAC. OF EDU.
  Edu. Foundations ED 323 Pre. Sch. Edu. 
FAC. OF ENGR. FAC. OF ENGR.   FAC. OF ENGR.
Engr. 

Electronics

ENG 301 

ECE 281

Engineering Analysis 

Pract. Engr.. Comp.

    Agric. Engr.  ABE 412  Agric. Engr.Practs.
FAC. OF PHY. SCS. FAC. OF PHY. SCS. FAC OF PHY SCS.
Statistics 

Comp. Sc.

STA 422 

COS 454

Design & Anal. of Expt. II 

Artificial Intelligence

 

Physics

 

Comp. Sc.

 

PHY 262

 

COS 458

Intro To Atomic &NuePhy

 

Expert System

FAC. OF SOC SCS. FAC. OF SOC. SCS. FAC. OF SOC SCS.
Psychology 

Religion

Economics

Soc/Anth. .

Economics

 

PSY 242 

RCS 362

ECO 392

ANTH 214

ECO 476

 

Psy. Of Ethnicity and Ethnic GroupReligious Ethics II

Research Method II

Symbolic Anthropology

Project Evaluation  II

 

 

 

Economics 

 

Soc/Anth

 

 

Religion

Pol. Sc.

 

Soc./Anthropology

ECO 404 

 

SOC 355

 

 

RCS 125

PSC 422

 

SOC 332

Adv. M/Econ Theory II 

Formal Organization

 

 

Tradition of Jesus

Pol. of Int’l Law

 

Research Method

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FAC. OF VOC. TECH. EDU

 

 

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TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 2022 

MORNING 9 A.M. – 12 NOON                                                                        AFTERNOON 12.00 – 3.00pm                                                                EVENING 3.00 – 6.00 P.M.

  

FACULTYDEPARTMENT COURSENUMBER COURSETITLE NO. OF CANDIATE3S  FACULTYDEPARTMENT COURSENUMBER COURSETITLE NO. OF CANDIDATES  FACULTYDEPARTMENT COURSENUMBER COURSETITLE NO. OF CANDIATE3S 
FAC. OF AGRIC FAC. OF AGRIC     FAC. OF AGRIC.
Agric. Econs. AEC 562 Intro. To Econometrics     Soil Sc.Agric. Extension SSC. 242AEX 514 Chimatology&Biogeog.Advanced Rural Soc.

 

FAC OF ARTS FAC. OF ARTS FAC. OF ARTS
Mass Comm.English MAC 351ELS 140 Media  AttachmentIntro.  to Drama

 

Linguistics LING 470 Psycholinguistics  

 

 

 

FAC OF BIOL SCS     FAC. OF BIOL. SCS
MgB Intro.to Ethincs& Bioethics Zoology & Environ.  ZEB   242ZEB 331

(P&T)

Invertebrate ZoologyEntomology

FAC OF ENGR

. FAC. OF ENGR. FAC. OF ENGR

Engineering

ENGR 102

Applied Mechanics  

 

FAC. OF PHY SCS FAC. OF PHY. SCS.     FAC. OF PHY SCS
Geology 

Statistics

 

 

Mathematics

GLG 212 

STA 462

 

 

MTH 242

Optical Mineralogy 

Operations Research III

 

Math. Methods I

ChemistryComputer Science

Statistics

CHM 422COS 462

STA 272

 

Organic Chm.  IIStructured programming

Statistical Computing II

FAC. OF SOC SCS. FAC. OF SOC. SCS.     FAC: OF SOC SCS.
PsychologyReligion

Economics

Pol. Sc

 

Soc/Anth\\\\

PSY 104RCS 272

ECO 204

PSC 213

 

SOC 252

ANTH 327

Learning Processes IIHist. of Islam in W/A

Macroeconomic Theory II

Intro. to Local Govt.

Social change & Social Prob

Trad. Legal System

  Economics  ECO 222  Inter Bus. Acct.   

 

 

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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 2022                                                              

MORNING 9 A.M. – 12 NOON                                                                           AFTERNOON   12.00 – 3.00pm                                                       EVENING 3.00 – 6.00 P.M.

 

FACULTYDEPARTMENT COURSENUMBER COURSETITLE NO. OF CANDIATE3S  FACULTYDEPARTMENT COURSENUMBER COURSETITLE NO. OF CANDIDATES  FACULTYDEPARTMENT COURSENUMBER COURSETITLE NO. OF CANDIATE3S 
FAC. OF AGRIC. FAC. OF AGRIC     FAC. OF AGRIC.
FST  FST 102 

 

 

Princ. Of Food Sc. & Tech. 

 

       

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

FAC. OF ARTS FAC. OF ARTS     FAC. OF ARTS

FLL

Igbo

 

Linguistics

Germ 102LING 390

 

IGBO 202

Elementary German IIField Method & Research Methodology

Intermediate Igbo II

FLL 

Mass Comm.

Mass Comm.

FRE 302 

MAC 251

MAC 445

Adv. French II 

Media Attachment

Special Topics in Advert & Public Relations

FAC. OF BIOL SCS.     FAC. OF BIOL. SCS
Biochemistry 

 

BCH 352 

MgB 214

Prim. Met Pathways 

Basic Cells Mole. Bio. Tech.

Biochemistry BCH 462 (T) MycologyPlant Biochem
FAC. OF EDU. FAC. OF EDU.     FAC. OF EDUC.
Edu. Foundation ED 201 Philosophy of Education
FAC. OF ENGR. FAC. OF ENGR.     FAC. OF ENGR.
AgricEngr ABE 304 Introd. To Farm Machinery
FAC. OF PHY. SCS. FAC. OF PHY. SCS.     FAC. OF PHY. SCS.
Chemistry 

Computer Science

 

 

CHM 322 

COS 432

 

 

Org. Chem. II 

Compiler Const. II

 

 

Chemistry 

Computer Science

CHM 402 

COS 322

Adv. Inorg. Chem II 

Data Base Design &Mgt

FAC. OF SOC. SCS FAC. OF SOC. SCS.     FAC OF SOC SC.
Soc. & Anthropology 

Economics

SOC 434 

ECO 466

Applied Demo 

Economic Planning II

Economic 

Economics

 

Soc/Anth

ECO 211 

ECO 334

 

SOC 212

Hist. of Econs 

Mathematical Economics

 

African Soc. Inst.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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2022/2023 JUPEB UNN SUPPLEMENTARY ADMISSION

2022/2023 JUPEB UNN SUPPLEMENTARY ADMISSION

UNIVERSITY OF NIGERIA, NSUKKA
JOINT UNIVERSITIES PRELIMARY EXAMINATIONS BOARD

(JUPEB)

2022/2023 JUPEB ADMISSION

Applications are hereby invited from suitably qualified candidates for admission into the Joint Universities Preliminary Examinations Board (JUPEB) programme for the 2022/2023 academic session. The programme leads to the award of JUPEB certificate, which enables candidates to gain Direct Entry Admissions into various degree programmes in the University of Nigeria, Nsukka and other JUPEB – affiliated Universities in Nigeria and abroad.

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CALL FOR PAPERS: JOURNAL OF ECONOMICS AND ALLIED RESEARCH (JEAR) UNN VOLUME 7, ISSUE 4

CALL FOR PAPERS: JOURNAL OF ECONOMICS AND ALLIED RESEARCH (JEAR) UNN VOLUME 7, ISSUE 4

CALL FOR PAPER: THE JOURNAL OF ECONOMICS AND ALLIED RESEARCH (JEAR)

The Journal of Economics and Allied Research (JEAR) is a peer-reviewed open access journal published by the Center for Contemporary Economics and Allied Research,
Department of Economics, University of Nigeria, Nsukka. The Volume 7 (issue 4) of the journal will be published in December, 2022. This call invites lecturers, researchers,
graduate students and authors with high quality articles to submit them to the journal editorial board for publication in the forth-coming issue. Articles for publication should
not exceed 12-15 pages (Times New Roman, normal margin and 1.5 line spacing).

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Instructions to Authors

JOURNAL INFORMATION AND AUTHOR GUIDELINES

Journal of Economics and Allied Research (JEAR)Journal of Economics and Allied Research (JEAR) is a peer-reviewed open access journal published by the Department of Economics, University of Nigeria, Nsukka. The journal accepts state of the art research in the following areas: All areas of mainstream economics as well as other areas such as education, environment, health, economics geography,
development issues, social and cultural issues, petroleum and energy economics, political economy, and public policy.
The journal publishes articles quarterly (March, June, September and December Issues). The journal can also publish more than four times a year depending on the rate of submission and also based on editorial board’s decision. Articles involving cross sectional, cross country, time series and panel studies are welcome. In selecting articles for publication (from articles that have passed the review process) the journal will endeavour to strike a balance among the subject areas and methodological approaches. In order to facilitate the speed of acceptance, articles addressing current economic problems or challenges with specific policy relevance will be given priority.

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Computer Training on Website Design

Computer Training on Website Design

INVITATION TO 2022 INTERNATIONAL VIRTUAL CONFERENCE

INVITATION TO 2022 INTERNATIONAL VIRTUAL CONFERENCE

Distinguished Academic,

You are cordially invited to the Department of Educational Foundations 2022 International Virtual Conference, scheduled as follows:

 Date: Wednesday, November 23, 2022

Time: 10:00am

Venue: Zoom

*CONFERENCE REGISTRATION*

*Registration Fee & Vetting   N12, 000* *Extra Certificate: N1, 500*

*Bank Name: Access Bank Plc – 0784596469 – Account Name: Journal of Educational Foundations*

Participants are advised to send abstracts as an attachment in Microsoft-Word Format to the conference email: educationalfoundationsconf@gmail.comPlease endeavour to

mobilize your students and friends for the virtual conference. Also consult the attached flier for more details. Thank you!

*Professor Julie Ude Ibiam*                       

Head, Department of Educational Foundations

University of Nigeria, Nsukka

Admission into Nwafor Orizu College of Education, Nsugbe in Affiliation to UNN

Admission into Nwafor Orizu College of Education, Nsugbe in Affiliation to UNN

2022 SANDWICH ADMISSION

2022 SANDWICH ADMISSION

URGENT INFORMATION FOR NEW UNN STUDENTS

URGENT INFORMATION FOR NEW UNN STUDENTS

URGENT INFORMATION FOR NEW UNN STUDENTS

This is to inform all new UNN students having challenges creating account on the UNN Portal due to the loss of PUTME Application RRR to kindly send an email to:

customerservice.ict@unn.edu.ng

or

contact the number below 08091490076 (between 8am and 4pm only).

 

The email should contain:

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Signed

Management

 

PROCESS FLOW FOR PAYMENT OF ACCEPTANCE

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  2. Click on Undergraduate students.
  3. Click on create account.
  4. Enter your Jamb Registration number and your PUTME application RRR.
  5. Get login details.
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  10. Complete student profile.
  11. Print out student biodata page.
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UNN Signs Partnership Framework Agreement with the West African Power Pool (WAPP)

UNN Signs Partnership Framework Agreement with the West African Power Pool (WAPP)

UNN Signs Partnership Framework Agreement with the West African Power Pool (WAPP)

The University of Nigeria, Nsukka has signed a ground-breaking partnership agreement with the West African Power Pool (WAPP). The signing ceremony was held on June 13th, 2022, at the Headquarters of WAPP, in Cotonou, Benin Republic. The MOU was signed by the Vice-Chancellor, Professor Charles A. Igwe, representing UNN while the Secretary General of WAPP, Engr. Siengui A. Ki, signed on behalf of WAPP. The purpose of the Framework Agreement is to define the legal framework for the establishment of a formal partnership between the WAPP and the UNN in order to conduct joint capacity building, research and development projects in the areas of Power Generation, Transmission, Distribution and the Electricity Market for the benefit of key stakeholders in the power and industrial sectors of West African countries.

 

In his remarks during the signing ceremony, the Secretary General of WAPP expressed confidence in the ability and capacity of UNN to partner with the WAPP to deliver solution to the West African sub-regions, especially in skills acquisition and training of high-level workforce. On the other hand, the Vice-Chancellor of UNN thanked the Secretary General of WAPP and his management team for finding UNN worthy of collaboration and partnership based on the principles of solidarity and responsibility, shared interest and mutual respect, transparency and sustainability in the implementation of joint training and research projects. He assured the Secretary General that UNN has the requisite expertise and capacity to implement the terms of the partnership agreement, which include, among others:

  1. the capacity building of the staff of WAPP and its member utilities,
  2. support from UNN to WAPP Regional Training Centres (RTCs) in the development and implementation of training and certification programmes,
  3. provision of expert and specific solutions on research topics at the request of WAPP or on UNN’s initiative.

The Vice-chancellor further expressed happiness that the agreement provides for WAPP to, among other things, assist UNN students’ internship within WAPP member utilities and/or within the WAPP general Secretariat, welcome UNN postgraduate students for practical training as well as contribute to the improvement of academic training given at UNN in line with the needs of the electricity sub-sector market.

 

The Vice-Chancellor specially commended the Centre Leader (Principal Investigator) of the Africa Centre of Excellence for Sustainable Power and Energy Development (ACE-SPED), Engr. Prof. Emenike C. Ejiogu and his management team for initiating discussion with WAPP more than eighteen (18) months ago and, despite the COVID-19 pandemic, painstakingly maintained strategic contact, respectively with the WAPP Centre of Excellence in Nigeria, that is, the National Power Training Institute of Nigeria (NAPTIN), Abuja and the WAPP, that eventually led to the successful conclusion of the partnership framework agreement.

 

It may be noted that the West African Power Pool (WAPP) is a specialized scientific and technological agency of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS), created by Decision A/DEC.5/12/99 of the Twenty-Second Summit of the ECOWAS Authority of Heads of State and Government, in 1999, with the mission to promote and develop power generation and transmission infrastructures as well as to coordinate power exchange among the ECOWAS Member states.

 

The WAPP-UNN Partnership Framework Agreement Signing Ceremony in Pictures

 

The Vice-Chancellor of UNN, Prof. Charles A Igwe (L) and the Secretary General of WAP,

Engr. Siengui A. Ki (R), signing the Partnership Framework Agreement at the WAPP Headquarters in Cotonou, Benin Republic

Handshake and Exchange of the signed agreement by the UNN VC and Secretary General of WAPP

Public Display of the signed agreement (L) and the UNN VC with officials of WAPP (R

 

(L) The Secretary General of WAPP with members of UNN entourage at the signing ceremony: The Vice-Chancellor, Engr. Prof. Emenike C. Ejiogu and Engr. Assoc. Prof. Cosmas U. Ogbuka. (R) Members of the UNN entourage with officials of the WAPP, at the Headquarters of WAPP, Cotonou, Benin Republic

APPLICATION FOR CHANGE OF DEGREE PROGRAMME FOR 2021/2022 ACADEMIC SESSION

APPLICATION FOR CHANGE OF DEGREE PROGRAMME FOR 2021/2022 ACADEMIC SESSION

UNIVERSITY OF NIGERIA, NSUKKA

OFFICE OF THE REGISTRAR

 APPLICATION FOR CHANGE OF DEGREE PROGRAMME FOR 2021/2022 ACADEMIC SESSION

 

The University of Nigeria, Nsukka hereby invites applications from interested students for the 2021/2022 Change of Degree Programme.

 

      A.  GUIDELINES

  1. Application for Change of Degree Programme should be received at the end of each session. The processing of the application should be completed not later than one month from the beginning of the new session.
  2. Students who wish to change their degree programme should adhere to the Application procedure as indicated below.
  3. The Admissions Office will confirm the students’ eligibility for the new Departments and process the applications of the students listed in the payment schedule. Candidates should therefore submit the following to the Admissions office; print out of the change of degree application form, copy of O/Level Results and Result Checker (WAEC/NECO Scratch Card(s)).
  4. At the end of the stipulated period, only those who have completed the process will be registered in their new Departments. There will be no carryover of the process to another session.
  5. For a student to change from one Department to another, he/she must make the minimum GPA of 1.00.
  6. No other form of payment should be made or collected for Change of Degree Programme, except that indicated in the Application procedure.

               

                B. APPLICATION PROCEDURE

    1. Eligible candidates are requested to visit the University of Nigeria website unn.edu.ng or portal unnportal.edu.ng log in your Registration Number to generate and download a payment invoice which contains a Remita number; the invoice will enable you to make your payment at any commercial bank, including UNN Microfinance Bank.
    2. With the Payment Invoice, the candidate is requested to pay Seventy-five thousand Naira (N75,000.00) application processing fee. Ensure that the Invoice number is keyed in appropriately at the Bank and obtain a confirmation slip containing your Confirmation number and Invoice number.
    3. To complete the Change of Degree Form online, visit the University of Nigeria website or portal and log in your Registration and Invoice numbers.
    4. Candidates should complete and submit the Change of Degree Form on-line as no hard copy would be accepted by the Admissions Unit of the Registrar’s Department.

 

Note:  Candidates who fail to register within the stipulated period or complete their form online will not be processed.

 

Online registration commences on Monday 2nd May, 2022 and ends on Friday 17th June, 2022.

 

/Sgd/

Dr. Chris C. Igbokwe

REGISTRAR

 

2021/2022 POSTGRADUATE ADMISSIONS ADVERT

2021/2022 POSTGRADUATE ADMISSIONS ADVERT

UNIVERSITY OF NIGERIA, NSUKKA

SCHOOL OF POSTGRADUATE STUDIES

 

 2021/2022 POSTGRADUATE ADMISSIONS ADVERT

Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates for admission into regular postgraduate programmes of the University of Nigeria, Nsukka for the 2021/2022 academic session, leading to the award of Postgraduate Diplomas, Master’s and Doctorate degrees in the following Departments and Institutes/Centre:

  1. FACULTY OF AGRICULTURE                       

PGD, M.Sc. and Ph.D. programmes

  1. Department of Agricultural Economics

Farm Management and Production Economics; Agricultural Marketing and Agri-business; Agricultural Finance and Project Analysis; Agricultural Cooperative and Resources; Environmental Economics.

The Department of Agricultural Economics also offers PGD programme in Co-operative Studies; Farm Management and Production Economics; Agribusiness and Marketing.

Departments of Food Science and Technology, Crop Science, Animal Science, Agricultural Extension and Soil Science, offer Postgraduate Diploma Programmes.

  1. Department of Animal Science

Animal Nutrition and Biochemistry; Animal Production; Animal Physiology; Animal Breeding and Genetics.

  1. Department of Crop Science

PGD, M.Sc. and Ph.D.

Crop Physiology Economic Entomology; Crop Production; Forage Crops; Hematology; Ornamental Horticulture; Plant Breeding and Genetics; Plant Pathology; Tropical Fruits and Plantation Crops; Vegetable Crops; Weed Science.

  1. Department of Agricultural Extension

Agricultural Administration; Agricultural Communication; Agricultural Extension Education; Agricultural Planning and Evaluation; Rural Sociology.

 

  1. Department of Food Science and Technology

Food Chemistry and Analysis; Animal Production Technology; Fruits and Vegetable Processing Technology; Quality Control and Assurance; Cereals, Pulses, Legumes and Tuber Processing Technology; Food Biotechnology; Food Engineering and Processing.

  1. Department of Home Science

PGD, M.Sc. and Ph.D. programmes

Family and Child Studies; Home Management (Family Resource Management); Hospitality and Institutional Management; Interior Decoration and Design; Food and Nutrition; Textile, Clothing and Fashion Design.

  1. Department of Nutrition and Dietetics

PGD, M.Sc. and Ph.D programmes

Dietetics; Community and Public Health Nutrition; Human and Experimental Nutrition

  1. Department of Soil Science

Soil Genesis Survey and Classification;Remote Sensing, Environmental Impact Assessment and Land Evaluation; Soil Chemistry and Mineralogy; Soil Fertility and Management; Soil Physics and Conservation; Soil Biology and Biochemistry.

 

  1. FACULTY OF ARTS

PGD, M.A. and Ph.D. degree programmes

  1. Department of Archaeology and Tourism (PGD, M.A. and Ph.D. Programmes)

Paleolithic Studies; Iron Age Archaeology; Origins of Food Production and Urbanization; and Cultural Resource Management (Museum or Tourism Option).

  1. Department of English and Literary Studies (PGD, M.A and Ph.D.)

English as a second Language (ESL); English Language; Literature; and Comparative Studies and Literature; Oral Literature.

  1. Department of Fine and Applied Arts

Ph.D. Art History; Ph.D. Art Education; Ph.D. Art Administration and Management; Ph.D. Fine Arts and Design (with specialization in Painting, Print Making; Sculpture-Visual Communication Design; Textile Design; Fashion Design; Ceramics).

M.F.A. with specialization in Painting; Print Making; Sculpture; Textile Design; Fashion Design; Ceramics; Communication Art and Design (Options: Graphic Design and Advertizing; Product Design; Web Design and New Media); Film Making and Photography.

M.A. Art History: Traditional African Art; Modern African Art; Asian Oriental Art; African-American Art.

M.A. Art Education; M.A. Art Administration and Management

PGD in Fine and Applied Arts.

  1. Department of Foreign Languages and Literary Studies (MA programme)

African Literature in French; Caribbean Literature in French; Translation.

The Department also offers Ph.D programmes in the following areas of specialization:

African Literature in French; Caribbean Literature in French; German Literature.

  1. Department of History and International Studies (PGD, M.A. and Ph.D.)

Political History; Economic History; Social History; International Studies

 

  1. Department of Linguistics, Igbo and Other Nigerian Languages (M.A, Ph.D)

Linguistics; African Languages; Literature in African Languages; and Translation and Interpretation).

The Department offers Ph.D. in the following areas of specialization:

Linguistics; African Languages and Literature.

  1. Department of Mass Communication

PGD, M.A and Ph.D.

Multimedia and Journalism; Broadcasting/Electronic Media; Public Relations; Advertising and Marketing Communications; Communication Advocacy; Development Communication; Population Communication.

 

  1. Department of Music

Postgraduate Diploma in Music (PGDM):

African Music Industry; Ensemble/Theatre Directing and Management; Music Education; Research; Composition and Musical Instrument Technology.

 

MA Degree Programme:

Ensemble/Theatre Directing and Management; Music Education; Research; Composition and Musical Instrument Technology.

 

 

 

Ph.D Degree Programme in the following areas:

African Music; Music Education; Composition; Musicology; Music Performance and Musical Instrument Technology; Ensemble/Theatre Directing and Management; Research and Musical Instrument Technology.

 

  1. Department of Theatre and Film Studies

(M.A and Ph.D.

Acting and Directing; Dramatic Theory and Criticism; Applied Theatre; Playwriting; African and Caribbean Drama and Theatre; Film and Media Arts Studies; Performance Studies; Scenography; Theatre and Cultural Administration.

 

  1. FACULTY OF BASIC MEDICAL SCIENCES

M.Sc and Ph.D degree programmes in following Departments:

  1. Department of Human Anatomy

Gross Anatomy; Neuroanatomy; Histology; Embryology; Reproductive Technologies; Anatomical Science Education; Forensic Biology; Cell Biology; Biological Anthropology.

 

  1. Human Physiology

Blood; Cardiovascular System; Renal Physiology; Endocrinology; Reproduction; Developmental Programming; Neurophysiology.

 

  1. Medical Biochemistry

Biochemical and Molecular Parasitology; Enzymology; Micronutrients and Molecular Toxicology; Molecular Nutrition and Food Research; and Clinical Biochemistry.

 

 

  1. FACULTY OF BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES

M.Sc. and Ph.D. programmes in the following Departments:

  1. Department of Biochemistry

Environmental Biochemistry; Enzymology; Industrial Biochemistry& Biotechnology; Medical Biochemistry; Nutritional Biochemistry; Molecular Biology; Pharmacological Biochemistry;ProteinChemistry; Lipid Biochemistry; Plant  Biochemistry.

 

  1. Department of Microbiology

Brewing Science and Technology (PGD); Medical Microbiology (M.Sc. and Ph.D.); Environmental Microbiology (M.Sc. and Ph.D.); Food/Industrial Microbiology (M.Sc. and Ph.D.); and Brewing Science and Technology (M.Sc).

  1. Department of Plant Science and Biotechnology

PGD, M.Sc and Ph.D

Biosystematic/Taxonomy; Palynology/Palaeoecology; Plant Anatomy; Plant Physiology; Ecophysiology; Plant Pathology/Mycology; Genetics and Plant Breeding; Plant Ecology; Environmental Botany/Economic Botany; Plant Biotechnology; Algal Biotechnology; Fungal Biotechnology; Bagel Biotechnology; Aquatic Botany; Phycology/Limnology (Aquatic Ecology); and Ethnomedicine/ Phytomedicine.

 

  1. Department of Zoology and Environmental Biology

(M.Sc. and (Ph.D.)

Animal and Environme; Parasitology and Public Health;  Entomology and Forensic Sciences; Fishery Science and Aquaculture;  Hydrobiology/Aquatic Sciences;  Ecology and Environmental Biology; Animal Genetics, Molecular Biology and Biotechnology.

 

 

  1. FACULTY OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

PGD, MBA, M.Sc and Ph.D. programmes

  1. Department of Accountancy

Financial Accounting; Management Accounting, Auditing and Investigation; Taxation Laws and Accounts; Public Sector Accounting; Management Information System.

  1. Department of Banking and Finance

      PGD and MBA

Banking; Finance

      M.Sc and Ph.D

Finance; Banking and Credit Risk Management; Banking/Finance and Economic Development; Risk Management in Financial Institutions.

 

  1. Department of Management

Administrative Theory and Practice; Human Resources Management; Production and Operations Management; Analytical Techniques; Corporate Strategy and Business Policy; Project Management and Feasibility Analysis; and Comparative Management Systems.

  1. Department of Marketing

Marketing Communications; Physical Distribution and Channel Management; Industrial Marketing; Consumer-Buyer Behaviour; and International Marketing, Strategic Marketing.  The Department of Marketing also offers executive M.Sc. degree programme in Public Relations.

 

  1. FACULTY OF EDUCATION

PGDE, PGDL, M.Ed. and Ph.D. degree programmes in the following Departments:

  1. Department of Adult Education & Extra Mural Studies

Adult Education Administration; Community Development; Extension & Distance Education.

  1. Department of Arts Education

Curriculum Studies; Language Education; Educational Technology; Comparative & International Education; Music Education; Fine & Applied Arts Education; Moral Education; Religious Education.

 

  1. The Department of Educational Foundations

Childhood Education; Educational Psychology; Guidance & Counselling; History of Education; Philosophy of Education; Sociology of Education; Special Education; Educational Administration and Planning

  1. Department of Human Kinetics and Health Education

Public Health Education; School Health Education; Mental and Emotional Health Education; Occupational and Industrial Health Education; Administration and Management of Physical Education and Sports; Curriculum and Physical Education Teacher Education; Psychology of Sports; Sociology of Sports; Recreation and Tourism; Exercise Physiology; Adapted Physical Education. For PGD: (a) Health Education (PGDHE); (b) Human Kinetics and Sports Studies (PGDHKS).

  1. Department of Library & Information Science

PGDL, M.L.S and Ph.D. Degree Programmes

  1. Department of Science Education

Educational Research Methodology; Mathematics Education; Physics Education; Chemistry Education; Biology Education; Measurement & Evaluation, and Integrated Science Education.

 

 

 

PGD Science Education  with the following options:

Biology Option; Chemistry Option; Integrated Science Option; Mathematics Option and Physics Option.

 

  1. Department of Social Science Education

Economics Education; Political Science Education; Population & Family Life Education; Geographical & Environmental Education; and Social Studies Education.

Postgraduate Diploma programmes in the Faculty of Education are domiciled as follows:  (PGDE) in Educational Foundations; PGDL in Library & Information Science; Postgraduate Diploma in Environmental Education domiciled in the Department of Social Science Education.

 

  1. FACULTY OF ENGINEERING

M.Sc., M.Engr. And Ph.D. degree programmes in the following Departments:

 

  1. Department of Agricultural & Bioresources Engineering:

(M.Engr and Ph.D)

Power Systems, Machinery and Mechatronic Engineering; Soil and Water Resources Engineering; Food and Bioprocess Engineering; Structures and Environmental Control Engineering; Biomass and Renewable Energy Engineering; Aqua Cultural Engineering; Forest Engineering; Ecological Engineering.

  1. Department of Civil Engineering

(PGDCE, M.Sc., M.Engr, Ph.D)

Structural Engineering; Environmental Engineering; Water Resources Engineering; Soil Mechanics & Foundation Engineering; Materials & Construction; and Highway Engineering.

 

  1. Department of Electrical Engineering

(M.Engr. and Ph.D)

Power Electronics, Drives and New System; Electrical Machine and Drives; Electromagnetic Fields and Application; Power Systems and High Voltage Engineering; and Automatic Control Systems.

  1. Department of Electronic Engineering

      (M.Sc, M.Engr and Ph.D)

Communications; Digital and Computer Electronics.  Currently, the Department of Electronics Engineering has no facilities in the area of Control Systems.

  1. Department of Mechanical Engineering

     (PGD, M.Sc., M.Engr., Ph.D.)

Materials Technology and Mechanics; Fluid Mechanics and Gas Dynamics; Design and Production Technology; Industrial Engineering and Management.

  1. Department of Metallurgical and Materials Engineering

(PGD, M.Sc, M.Engr., Ph.D)

Chemical/Process Metallurgy (Minerals Processing, Extraction of Metals, Corrosion, Metallurgical Process Development, Modern Coating)

Physical/Mechanical Metallurgy (Welding, Failure Analysis, Heat Treatment of Metals, Metal Working, Fracture Mechanism, Dislocation Mechanism)

Materials Engineering (Nano-Technology, Composites, Polymer, Biomaterials, Nuclear Materials, Ceramics and Refractory, Electronic and Magnetic Materials)

 

The Departments of Civil Engineering and Mechanical Engineering offer PGDprogrammes.

 

  1. FACULTY OF ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES

 

M.Sc., M.Arch.and Ph.D. Programmes in the following Departments:

  1. Departments of Architecture

Architectural Design; Architectural Science and Technology; Housing; Construction Management; Architectural History and Theory; Sustainable Design; Architectural Conservation; Architectural Practice and Management; Industrial Design; Landscape Architecture Design; Urban Design, Computer Aided Design/Technology and Media Architecture and Interior Design.

  1. Department of Estate Management

(PGD, M.Sc., Ph.D. and Master in Real Estate (MRE) Programmes)

Valuation; Feasibility/Viability Appraisals; Taxation, Facility and Property Management; Development and Utilization and Land Resources inclusive of Estate and Interests tread as strongly rooted in Philosophical and Socio-economic foundations of their Relationship to man, society and environment.

  1. Department of Geoinformatics& Surveying

(PGD, M.Sc., MGIT and Ph.D.)

Land Surveying; Geodesy; Protogrammetry; Remote Sensing; Hydrography; Cartography; Geographic Information System (GIS); Land Information Management (LIM).

 

  1. Department of Urban & Regional Planning

(M.Sc, MURP and Ph.D.)

Traffic and Transportation Planning;Tourism Planning and Development;Conservation/Preservation;Housing and Community Development;Recreation Facility Planning; Social Services and Planning;Regional/Rural Development Planning;Land Use and Development control; Urban Design; Environmental Planning and Management.

 

  1. FACULTY OF HEALTH SCIENCES & TECHNOLOGY

 

  1. Department of Health Administration & Management

PGD, M.Sc and Ph.D

Health Economics; Health Management & Policy.

  1. Department of Medical Laboratory Science

PGD, M.Sc and Ph.D

Clinical Chemistry; Hematology; Histopathology; Microbiology; and Immunology.

  1. Department of Medical Radiography & Radiological Sciences

PGD, M.Sc and Ph.D

Medical Imaging with options in;

  • Medical Ultrasound
  • Computerized Tomography(CT)
  • Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)
  • Nuclear medicine
  • Conventional Radiography

Radiation Therapy and Oncology; Radiation and Environmental Protection; Radiography Education; Radiology Administration and Management.

 

 

  1. Department of Medical Rehabilitation

M.Sc M.Sc/Ph.D  and Ph.D

Cardio-Pulmonary Physiotherapy; Neurological Physiotherapy; Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy; Exercise and Sports Physiotherapy; Women’s Health Physiotherapy; Paediatric Physiotherapy; Community Physiotherapy.

 

  1. Department of Nursing Sciences

M.Sc and Ph.D

Maternal & Child Health Nursing; Medical Surgical Nursing; Mental Health & Psychiatric Nursing; Nursing Administration & Management; Community Health Nursing; and Nursing Education.

 

  1. FACULTY OF LAW

LL.M. and Ph.D.  Degree programmes in the following Departments:

  1. Department of Commercial and Corporate Law

LL.M and Ph.D degree programmes in the following areas:  Law of Business Organization; Banking; Investment and Capital Market; Law of Commercial Transaction; Insurance Law; and Maritime.

 

  1. Department of Customary and Indigenous Law

LL.M and Ph.D degree progrqmmes in the following areas: Customary Jurisprudence; Customary Property Law; Indigenous Peoples in International Law.

 

  1. International and Corporate Law

LL.M degree programmes in the  following  areas:  Public and International Law; Law of International Institutions; International Environmental Law; International Economic Law; International Human Rights Law; and International Criminal Law.

 

  1. Department of Jurisprudence and Legal Theory

LL.M and Ph.D degree programmes in the following areas:

Jurisprudence and Legal Theory; Comparative Constitutionalism; International Criminal Law and Theory; Law and Development.

 

  1. Department of Private Law

LL.M and Ph.D degree programmes in the following areas:

Laws Governing the Private Practice of Law, Civil Proceedings and Allied Professional Concerns; The Regulation of Private Investments, the Capital Market and Industrial Relations; Laws Pertaining to Personal and Familial Relations; International Business Law & Institutions; Private Law Theory

 

  1. Department of Property Law

LL.M and Ph.D degree programmes in the following areas:

Property and Fiscal Law; Law of International Finance and Commerce; Law of Corporations, Governance and Dispute Settlement

 

  1. Department of Public Law

LL.M and Ph.D degree programmes in the following areas:

Administrative Law; Comparative Constitutional Law; Human Rights Law; Health Law and Policy; Humanitarian Law; Advanced Criminal Law.

 

 

  1. FACULTY OF MEDICAL SCIENCES

 

  1. Department of Community Medicine

MPH degree programme is offered by the Department of Community Medicine in the following areas of specialization:

Epidemiology; Biostatistics & Population Studies; Health Care Studies; General Preventive & Health Communication Studies; Primary Health Care and Nutrition Studies.

 

  1. Department of Pharmacology &Therapeutics

M.Sc, Ph.D and MDdegree programmes.

Pharmacology; Toxicology; Statistics; Epidemiology

 

  1. Department of Medicine

M.Sc. and MD (Doctor of Medicine) are offered by the Department of Medicine in the following areas of specialization:

 

MD degree in Cardiology; Nephrology; Neurology; Endocrinology; Gastroenterology; Respiratory Medicine (Pulmonology); Rheumatology; Infectious Diseases; Clinical Pharmacology/Therapeutics and Dermatology.

 

M.Sc. degree in Cardiology; Nephrology; Neurology; Endocrinology; Gastroenterology; Respiratory Medicine (Pulmonology); Rheumatology; Infectious Diseases; Clinical Pharmacology/Therapeutics and Dermatology.

 

  1. Department of Haematology and Immunology

M.Sc and Ph.D are offered by the Department of Haematology and Immunology in the following areas of specialization: (1) Haermatology – Haemoglobinopathies; Hoemostasis; Haem-Obcology; Transfusion Medicine. (2) Immunology – Clinical Immunology/Allergy; Vaccinology; Tumor immunology; Transplant Immunology.

 

 

  1. FACULTY OF PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES

 

  1. Department of Clinical Pharmacy & Pharmacy Management

M.Pharm and Ph.D

Pharmaceutical Services e.g. drug information services; Pharmacotherapy of various units e.g. oncology, cardiovascular, neurology; Ambulatory Care/Adult Medicine; Clinical Pharmacokinetics/biopharmaceutics; Hospital Pharmacy; Pharmaceutical care; Social Pharmacy/Behavioural Pharmacy; Pediatric Pharmacy; Hematology; Pharmacy Practice Management; Infectious Diseases; Public Health Pharmacy; Pharmacoeconomics/ Pharmacoepidemicology; Social Pharmacy/Behavioural Pharmacy; Pediatric Pharmacy; Hematology; Pharmacy Management; and Infectious Diseases.

  1. Department of Pharmaceutical and Medicinal Chemistry
  2. Pharm, M.Sc and Ph.D

Natural Products Chemistry; Drug Metabolism; and Analytical Pharmaceutical Chemistry.

  1. Department of Pharmaceutical Microbiology and Biotechnology

PGD, M. Pharm, M.Sc, Ph.D Programmes

Fermentation and General Pharmaceutical Microbiology; Pharmaceutical Biotechnology; Genetics and Immunology; Sterilization and Disinfection; Microbial Ecology; Sterile Products Formulation; Chemotherapy

 

  1. D. Department of Pharmaceutical Technology and Industrial Pharmacy
  2. Pharm and Ph.D Programmes

Powder and Tablet Technology; Dispersed Systems and Semi-Solids; Bipharmaceutics and Pharmacokinetics; Parenteral Dosage form Technology; Industrial Pharmacy.

  1. Department of Pharmaceutics

M.Sc, M.Pharm and Ph.D Programmes

Physical Pharmaceutics; Compounding; Pharmaceutical Microbiology & Biotechnology; Dispensing; and Pharmacy practices.

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  1. Department of Pharmacognosy and Environmental Medicine

M.Pharm, M.Sc, Ph.D Programmes in the following areas:

Phytochemistry; Biomedicinal Chemistry; Ethnobotany; Phytopharmacology; Drug Evaluation and Quality Control

  1. Department of Pharmacology and Toxicology

M.Pharm, M.Sc and Ph.D Programmes

Autonomic Pharmacology; Neuropharmacology; Biochemical Pharmacology; Chemotherapy; Clinical Pharmacology; Toxicology; Cardiovascular Pharmacology; Natural product Pharmacology; General Pharmacology.

 

  1. FACULTY OF PHYSICAL SCIENCES

 

  1. Department of Computer Science

M.Sc. and Ph.D. degree programmes

Systems Engineering; Software Engineering; Artificial Intelligence; Computer Networks; Theoretical Computer Science; Data communication

 

  1. Department of Geology

(M.Sc. and Ph.D programmes in the following areas):

Economic Geology and Geochemistry; Engineering Geology/Environmental Geology; Applied Geophysics; Hydrogeology/Environmental Geology; Mineralogy and Petrology; Palaeontology and Biostratigraphy; Petroleum Geoscience; Stratigraphy and Sedimentology; Structural Geology.

 

  1. Department of Physics & Astronomy

M.Sc and Ph.D Programmes

Condensed Matter Physics; Medical Physics; Theoretical High Energy Physics; Solid Earth Geophysics; Astronomy; Atmospheric Physics; Solar Energy Physics/ Materials Science.

 

  1. Department of Pure & Industrial Chemistry

M.Sc and Ph.D Programmes

Inorganic Chemistry; Physical and Theoretical Chemistry; Organic Chemistry; Analytical Chemistry; Fossil Fuel (Petroleum, Coal and Natural gas) Chemistry; Polymer Chemistry; Industrial Chemistry; Environmental Chemistry

 

  1. Department of Mathematics

M.Sc and Ph.D Programmes

Pure Mathematics; Applied Mathematics

 

  1. Department of Statistics

M.Sc and Ph.D Programmes

Probability; Inference; Design of Experiments/Analysis; Sample Survey/Demography; Stochastic Processes/Time Series; Statistical Computing

 

 

  1. FACULTY OF THE SOCIAL SCIENCES

 

  1. Department of Economics

PGD, M.Sc. and Ph.D degree programmes in:

Economic Theory; Econometrics; Monetary Economics; Labour and Industrial Economics; International Economics; Development Economics; Mathematical Economics; Operations Research; Petroleum and Energy Economics; Finance and Public Sector Economics; Environmental Economics; Health Economics.

 

  1. Department of Geography

PGD, M.Sc. and Ph.D degree programmes in:

Agricultural Geography; Biogeography; Cartography; Climatology/Physical Oceanography; Environmental Management; Geographic Information Systems; Geomorphology; Hydrology and Water Resources; Industrial Geography; Political Geography; Population Geography; Remote Sensing; Rural Geography; Transportation Geography and Urban Geography.

 

  1. Departments of Philosophy

PGD, M.A. and Ph.D degree programmes in:

M.A

Political and Social Philosophy; Western Metaphysics; Ethics/Moral Philosophy; Epistemology; History of Western Philosophy; African Philosophy; Jurisprudence/ Philosophy of Law.

Ph.D

Metaphysics; Epistemology; Moral Philosophy/Ethics; History of Western Philosophy; African Philosophy; Political and Social Philosophy; Philosophy of Law and Jurisprudence

 

  1. Department of Political Science

PGD, PGDEA, M.Sc and Ph.D. Programmes in:

 

Political Theory; Public Administration; Comparative Politics; Electoral Studies; International Relations; Political Economy; Conflict, Peace and Strategic Studies; Human Security and Counter-Terrorism Studies. PGDEA is Postgraduate Diploma in Election Administration.

 

  1. Department of Psychology

M.Sc. & Ph.D. Programmes in:

Experimental Psychology; Developmental Psychology; Clinical Psychology; Industrial/Organizational Psychology; Social Psychology; School Psychology;and Counseling Psychology.

  1. Department of Public Administration and Local Government

PGD, MPA, M.Sc., DPA& Ph.D. degree programmes.

Financial Management; International Administration; Local Government and Human Resources Management

PGD and M.Sc in Social Policy

 

  1. Department of Religion & Cultural Studies

PGD, M.A. and Ph.D degree programmes

Old Testament; New Testament; Church History; African Traditional Religion; Religion and Society; Religion and Conflict Resolution.

 

  1. Department of Sociology/Anthropology

M.Sc. and Ph.D. degree programmesin the following areas:

Anthropology; Anthropology and Development; Climate Change and Society; Comparative Ethnography; Criminology and Sociology of Deviance; Culture and Communication; Demography and Population Studies; Environmental Sociology; Family Studies; Gender and Women Studies; Industrial and Labour Relations; Industrial Sociology; Medical Anthropology; Medical Sociology; Military Sociology and Diplomacy; Oral Tradition and Sociology; Organizational Sociology; Political Anthropology; Political Sociology; Postcolonial Studies; Rural Sociology; Security Studies; Social Development Studies; Social Institutions; Symbolic Anthropology; Urban Anthropology; Urban Sociology.

 

The Department of Sociology/Anthropology offers PGD programme in the following areas:

 

Criminology; Gender and Women Studies; Industrial and Labour Relations; Social Development Studies.

  1. Department of Social Work

PGD, M.Sc. and Ph.D Programmes in:

Social Gerontology; Community Development; Medical Social Work; Social Policy/Industrial Social Work; Social Work Administration; Family Social Work; Psychiatric Social Work; Clinical Social Work; School Social Work.

 

  1. FACULTY OF VETERINARY MEDICINE

M.Sc. and Ph.D. degree programmes in the following Departments:

 

  1. Department of Veterinary Anatomy

M.Sc and Ph.D Programmes in:

Neuroanatomy; Developmental Anatomy Embryology; Microscopic Anatomy (Histology); Gross and Comparative Anatomy; Immunochemistry; Histochemistry; and Applied Anatomy and Biotechnology.

  1. Department of Animal Health and Production

(M.Sc. and Ph.D. Degree Programmes)

Large Ruminant Health and Production; Small Ruminant Health and Management; Dairy Animal Health and Production; Nutrition in Health and Disease; Swine Health and Production; Poultry Health and Management; Animal Genetics and Breeding; Animal Health Management and Economics; Nutrition and Biotechnology; Fishery, Zoo and Micro livestock.

  1. Department of Veterinary Medicine

(M.Sc., and Ph.D. Degree Programmes)

Avian Medicine; Ruminant Medicine; Small Animal Medicine; Swine Medicine; Equine Medicine; Fish Medicine; Laboratory and Wildlife Medicine; Ethnoveterinary Medicine.

  1. Department of Veterinary Obstetrics & Reproductive Diseases

M.Sc and Ph.D Programmes in:

Veterinary Andrology; Gynaecology; Obstetrics and Reproductive Biotechnology.

 

  1. Department of Veterinary Parasitology and Entomology

(M.Sc., and Ph.D. Degree Programmes)

Veterinary Helminthology; Veterinary Protozoology; Veterinary Entomology

  1. Department of Veterinary Pathology and Microbiology

(M.Sc., and Ph.D. Degree Programmes)

(i)   Veterinary Pathology: Diagnostic (Anatomic) Pathology; (Clinical Pathology (Haematology and Clinical Chemistry); Avian Pathology; Nutritional Pathology.

(ii) Veterinary Microbiology: Bacteriology; Virology; Mycology; Micoplasmology and Rickettsiology; and Immunology.

 

  1. Department of Veterinary Physiology and Pharmacology

(M.Sc and Ph.D programmes)

Veterinary Biochemistry, Veterinary Pharmacology, Veterinary Physiology and Veterinary Toxicology

  1. Department of Veterinary Public Health and Preventive Medicine

(M.Sc., MVPH, MPVM and Ph.D. Degree Programmes)

Veterinary Public Health; Preventive Veterinary Medicine; Veterinary Epidemiology

  1. Department of Veterinary Surgery & Radiology

M.Sc., and Ph.D. degree programmes

Veterinary Anaesthesiology; Veterinary soft tissue surgery; Veterinary Orthopaedics and Lameness; Veterinary Radiology; Veterinary Ultrasonology and other diagnostic Imaging; Veterinary Oncology and Nuclear Medicine; Veterinary Dentistry and Dental technology

 

  1. FACULTY OF VOCATIONAL AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION

PGDE, PGDTE, M.Tech., M.Ed. and Ph.D. degree programmes in the following    Departments:

  1. Department of Agricultural Education

      (PGDTE, M.Tech., M.Ed. and Ph.D.)

Technology Education in Production Agriculture; Agro-Business Education; Soil Education

  1. Department of Business Education

(PGDTE, M.Tech., and Ph.D.)

Accounting Education, Marketing Education and Management Education.

  1. Department of Computer & Robotics Education

(PGDTE, M.Tech., and Ph.D.)

  • Software Development and Application.
  • Hardware Maintenance and Management.
  • Networking and Communication.
  • Computer and Robotic Education.
  1. Department of Home Economics and Hospitality Management

(PGDTE, M.Tech., and Ph.D.)

Child Development and Care Education; Clothing and Textile Technology Education; Food and Nutrition Education; Home Management; and Hospitality Management Education.

 

  1. Department of Industrial Technical Education

(PGDE, PGDTE, M.Tech., and Ph.D.)

Building/Woodwork Technology; Electrical/Electronic Technology; Metal Work/Automobile Technology.

  1. Department of Vocational and Entrepreneurship Education

Vocational Education (Masters and Ph.D.); Entrepreneurship Education (Masters and Ph.D.);Agricultural Education (PGDTE); Business Education (PGDTE); Computer Education (PGDTE); Home Economics and Hospitality Management (PGDTE); and Industrial Technical Education (PGDTE).

 

  1. INSTITUTE OF AFRICAN STUDIES

Offers Postgraduate programmes as followings:

African Peace and Conflict Studies (PGD); African Studies (M.A, & Ph.D.); and Peace and Conflict Studies (MA and Ph.D).

  1. INSTITUTE FOR DEVELOPMENT STUDIES (IDS)

PGD, M.Sc. & Ph.D. degree programmes

The IDS has the following areas of specialization at Masters (M.Sc.) degree level:

Governance and Social Change; Poverty, Power Relations and Social Change; Knowledge, Technology and Society; and International Development.

At Ph.D. degree level, the Institute has the following areas of specialization: Human and Social Development; Community Development; Conflict Resolution and Peace-Building; and Natural Resources and Sustainable Development.

 

  1. INSTITUTE OF MARITIME STUDIES (IMS)

Offers postgraduate programmes as follows: M.Sc. and PGD in Maritime Business and International Logistics; M.Sc. and PGD in Maritime Law and Policy; M.Sc. in Maritime Telecommunication; PGD in Radio Maritime Telecommunication; and M.Sc in Maritime Management.

 

  1. CENTRE FOR ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT & CONTROL

Centre for Environmental Management and Control (CEMAC) offers PGD, M.Sc. and Ph.D. degree programmes in Environmental Management & Control; Disaster Risk Management; Chemical Security Management. The Centre also offers Master’s degree programmes in Disaster Risk Management (MDRM).

 

  1. INSTITUTE OF PUBLIC HEALTH

The Institute of Public Health offers M.Sc., DrPH and PhD. programmes in the following areas: Health Systems, Policy and Management; Epidemiology and Biostatistics; Health Promotion and Communication; Environmental and Occupational Health; Clinical Epidemiology; Bioethics.

 

  1. INSTITUTE OF MOLECULAR AND INFECTIOUS DISEASES

M.Sc. and Ph.D. programmes in the following areas: Tropical Paediatrics; Human Reproduction; Adolescent and Child Health; Women’s Health and Reproductive Science.

 

  1. INSTITUTE OF MATERNAL AND CHILD HEALTH

     M.Sc and Ph.D

Tropical Paediatrics: Human Reproduction and Women Health.

 

  1. INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION (SANDWICH PROGRAMMES)

Offers PGDE sandwich programme and PGD sandwich programme in the following areas: Citizenship Education; Gender Education; Office Administration and Technology Education; and Women Education.

Entry Qualifications:

  1. PGD in Citizenship Education: A minimum of Bachelors degree or HND passed at distinction or upper credit in Education, Social Sciences or related fields like Arts (Communication, Fine Arts, Drama and Languages).
  2. PGD in Gender Education: A candidate is qualified to apply with Bachelor’s degree or HND in any area of Education and Social Sciences, Arts and Sciences, passed at distinction or credit level.
  • PGD in Office Administration and Technology Education: The entry requirement is Bachelor’s Degree or HND in any area of Education, Social Sciences, ICT or other professionals whose detailed academic records are acceptable to senate of the University of Nigeria may be admitted.
  1. PGD in Women Education: The entry requirement is Bachelor’s Degree or HND passed at credit level in any area of Education, Social Sciences, ICT or other professionals whose detailed academic records are acceptable to senate of the University of Nigeria may be admitted.
  2. 2 INSTITUTE OF CLIMATE CHANGE

Institute of Climate Change offers postgraduate programmes leading to the award of PGD, M.Sc. and Ph.D. degrees in the following areas: Science of Climate Change; Ground Based Measurement and Indigenous Technology Application to Climate Change; Environmental Literacy and Policy Studies on Climate Change; Sustainability Studies; Studies on Environmental and Climate Change Laws.

 

  1. INSTITUTE FOR DRUG, HERBAL MEDICINES AND EXCIPIENT RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT

       Institute for Drug, Herbal Medicines and Excipient Research and Development offers postgraduate programmes leading to the award of M.Sc degrees in the following areas: Nanoscience and Nanotechnology; Herbal Medicine; Drug Discovery and Development; and Regulatory Science.

Entry Qualifications:

Graduate of related faculties in University of Nigeria or of other recognized universities who have obtained a degree of bachelor with at least a second class honours (lower division) with a CGPA not less than 2.50 on a 5-point scale or its equivalent.

For emphasis, related disciplines as mentioned above include: Pharmacy, Microbiology, Biochemistry, Biotechnology, Veterinary Medicine, Medicine, Medical Laboratory Science, Parasitoloty, Zoology, Plant Science/Botany, Science Laboratory Technology, Biomedical Engineering, Chemistry (Industrial or Applied), etc.

 

 

  1. AFRICA CENTRE OF EXCELLENCE FOR SUSTAINABLE POWER AND ENERGY DEVELOPMENT (ACE-SPED)

       Postgraduate Programmes in Sustainable Power and Energy Development

 

African Centre of Excellence for Sustainable Power and Energy Development (ACE-SPED) offers postgraduate programmes leading to the award of M.Eng/M.Sc. and Ph.D. degrees in the following areas:

Renewable and New Energy Systems; Power Engineering; Sustainable Energy Materials Engineering; Industrial Electronics and Power Devices; Control and Instrumentation Engineering; Engineering Design & Product Development.

The Centre offers M.Sc and Ph.D in Management of Technology and Innovation (MoTI); and M.Sc in Energy Policy, Regulation and Management.

Finally the Centre offers PGD Programme in Additive Manufacturing (3-D Printing) Technology.

Admission Requirements:

  1. Eng/M.Sc Programmes

Applicants for Masters programmes must possess B.Eng. or B.Sc. degree with at least Second Class Honours (Lower Division) with minimum CGPA of 2.75 on a 5-point scale (or 2.4 on a 4-point scale) from any recognized university in the relevant disciplines in engineering or physical science. Graduates from any discipline can, however, apply for M.Sc in Management of Technology and Innovation (MoTI) provided they meet the above CGPA requirement.

  1. D Programmes

Applicants for Ph.D must possess M.Eng or M.Sc with a minimum CGPA of 3.5 on a 5-point scale (or 3.0 on a 4-point scale) from any recognized university in the relevant disciplines in engineering or physical science. PhD in Management of Technology and Innovation (MoTI) is, however, for graduates of MBA and M.Sc programmes in any management discipline who meet the above CGPA requirement.

  1. PGD Programme

Applicants for PGD could be graduates of science, applied science, maths, engineering or related degrees keen to pursue careers in the development or exploitation of materials; graduates currently working in industry keen to extend their qualifications; individuals wishing to start/progress their career; or individuals with other qualifications who possess considerable relevant experience. A first degree with at least a Third Class Honours or Higher National Diploma (HND) with at least a upper credit is required for consideration for admission.

 

 

GENERAL ENTRY QUALIFICATIONS FOR POSTGRADUATE PROGRAMMES

Candidates for admission into any postgraduate programme of the University must:

  1. Have obtained 5 credits at not more than two sittings in WASC or GCE or NECO or NABTEB including English Language.
  2. Candidates shall also possess the minimum entry requirements for admission into the first degree and postgraduate programmes in their areas of interest for postgraduate studies.

 

  • Candidate must be graduates of the University of Nigeria or other recognized Universities who possess the above qualifications.

 

  1. For the PGD in Civil Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, and Architecture, only candidates with University degrees in relevant areas need apply.

 

  1. POSTGRADUATE DIPLOMA PROGRAMMES

 

The following may qualify for Postgraduate Diploma admission:

  • Graduates of the University of Nigeria or other recognized universities who have obtained a degree of bachelor with at least a third class honours with at least 2.0 GPA on 5-point scale. For Postgraduate Diploma in Public Administration, candidates with at least third class honours degree with at least 2.0 on 5-point scale in Arts, the Social Sciences, Law, Business Administration or Education. Candidates from disciplines not mentioned above should in addition, possess a minimum of three years cognate post-qualification experience in administrative/managerial positions. For PGD in Business Administration, the 3rd Class Honours must be from Business Administration.

(ii)     Holders of Higher National Diploma (HND) with a 3.50 Grade Point Average on a five-point scale or its equivalent may be admitted. For Postgraduate Diploma in Business Administration, candidates who hold other professional qualifications such as Associate Institute of Bankers, Associate Certified Chartered Accountants, Associate Cost and Management Accountants, Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria, Chartered Professional Accountants, Associate Chartered Institute of Accountants, Association of National Accountants of Nigeria etc. have added advantage for admission. Candidates with professional qualifications, including HND, should have obtained pre-professional qualifications, including 5 credits in WASC or GCE O/L or NECO to satisfy the basic University entry requirement, for admission for degree courses in their respective departments.

(iii)     In addition to (i) or (ii) above, in special cases, candidates may be admitted after passing such tests as may be prescribed by the Department/Faculty.

(iv)   Candidates who hold other qualifications considered equivalent to the above and acceptable to the Board of Postgraduate Studies and Senate of the University may be admitted.

 

FACULTY OF AGRICULTURE

Entry Requirements: Nutrition and Dietetics (PGD)

For PGD programme in Nutrition and Dietetics, candidates must have any of the following qualifications from recognized institutions:

  1. HND in Nutrition and Dietetics with a minimum of Upper Credit or Third Class Bachelor’s Degree in Nutrition and Dietetics with at least 2.0 GPA on 5-point scale.
  2. Sc in Nutrition and Dietetics: Candidates seeking admission into M.Sc in Nutrition and Dietectics must have obtained as follows:
  1. HND (Upper Credit) in Nutrition and/or Dietetics with PGD (Credit level and above) in Human Nutrition and/or Dietetics.
  2. Bachelor’s degree with at least 2nd Class Honours (Lower Division) in Nutrition and Dietetics.
  3. Bachelor’s degree in related disciplines with a minimum of Second Class Honours (Lower Division) and PGD in Nutrition and Dietetics at credit level and above in addition to satisfying the University matriculation requirements.
    1. D or M.Sc/Ph.D: Candidates seeking admission for Ph.D degree programme or M.Sc/Ph.D programme in Human Nutrition and Dietetics must have any of the follow qualifications from recognized institution:
  4. Master’s degree in Human Nutrition and Dietetics with at least GPA of 3.5 on a 5-point scale.

Department of Home Science

  1. PGD: Candidates seeking admission for PGD in Home Science must have any of the following qualifications from recognized institution:

HND in Home Science or Home Economics or in  relevant fields with a minimum of Upper Credit, or Third class Bachelor’s degree in Home Science or Home Economics with at least 2.0 GPA on 5-point scale.

  1. Sc: Candidates seeking admission into the Master of Science programme in Home Science must have any of the following qualifications from recognized institutions:
  1. Bachelor’s degree in Home Science or related discipline with a minimum of Second Class honours (Lower Division).
  2. Bachelor’s degree in Home Science or related discipline with 3rd class honours degree plus PGD passed at Upper Credit level and above.
  3. HND Upper Credit in Home Science or related disciplines plus PGD at Credit level in the same area in addition to satisfying University matriculation requirements.
  4. Ph.D or M.Sc/Ph.D: Candidates seeking admission into Ph.D or M.Sc/Ph.D programme in Home Science must have Master’s Degree in Home Science/Home Economics or related discipline from recognized Institution with at least 3.50 GPA on 5-point scale.
  5. MASTER’S DEGREE PROGRAMME

The following shall qualify for Master’s Degree admission:

 

  • Graduates of the University of Nigeria or of other recognized universities who have obtained the Bachelor’s degree in relevant disciplines with at least a second class honours with not less than 2.50 GPA;

 

  • Candidates with relevant Postgraduate Diplomas from the University of Nigeria or any other recognized university with at least credit level passes with a minimum GPA of 3.5 on a 5-point scale or 3.0 on 4-point scale;

 

  • Candidates whose first degrees are unclassified but have average score of 50% or above;

 

  • For M.Ed. degree programmes, candidates with at least a good second class single honours degree in teaching subjects plus at least a merit level pass at Postgraduate Diploma in Education, or those who hold a third class honours degree in teaching subjects plus Postgraduate Diploma in Education passed at credit level or above;

 

  • For MPA degree programme, candidates should, in addition to (i) and (ii) above, be serving administrative/managerial staff in the Public or Private sector with a at least two years post-qualification cognate experience;

 

  • Holders of professional Fellowship qualifications such a FIMLT, FNILT, NIPR, or their equivalents obtained through examination. However, candidates with the professional certificates listed above must have worked as Senior Technologist(s) or in equivalent position(s) for at least three years;

 

  • For MD degree Programme in the Department of Medicine: Possession of the Fellowship in Medicine from the National Postgraduate Medical College or its equivalent, or At least an M.Sc. degree in the relevant discipline in which research work predominates, from a recognized university after obtaining the MBBS or its equivalent. The Master’s degree must be with a GPA of at least 3.50 on 5-point scale or 3.00 on 4-point scale in the relevant medical science.

 

  • For M.Sc. degree programme in the Department of Medicine applicant must hold a degree in Medicine (MBBS, MBBCh) from the University Nigeria or any other recognized University.

 

  • For MPH degree programme, candidates should in addition to (i) above, have at least three years relevant post qualification experience or at least a Second Class Honours degree in Nursing Sciences, Sociology and Social Work, Psychology, Medical Mircobiology, Medical Biochemistry, Medical Laboratory Sciences, Health Education, Pharmacy, DVM, MBBS and BDS. For MPH Degree Programme, the Department will screen the candidates further and base their recommendation on such screening result.
  • Candidates who hold qualifications other than those listed above, which are acceptable to the Senate of the University of Nigeria.

 

  1. DOCTORATE DEGREE (Ph.D.)PROGRAMME

 

Candidates from the University of Nigeria or from other recognized Universities who have obtained Master’s degree appropriate for the proposed areas of study shall qualify for Doctorate Degree admission. Specifically:

  • A minimum GPA of 3.5 on a 5-point scale, GPA of 3.0 on 4-point scale is required for admission into Ph.D programme in all Departments except those departments listed in C(ii) below:
  • A minimum GPA of 4.0 on a 5-point scale is required for admission into Ph.D programmes in the following Departments/Faculties: Music, Economics, Public Administration and Local Government, Psychology and Faculties of Education, Medical Sciences, Health Sciences and Technology and Business Administration.
  • A minimum GPA of 3.0 on a 4-point scale or a B (60%) average at Master’s degree average provided that satisfactory research work for med part of the Master’s Degree programme.
  1. MASTER’S/Ph.D. DEGREE PROGRAMME
  • A candidate with first class honours from a recognized University may be admitted into a Master’s/Ph.D. programme in his/her discipline. (see Postgraduate Regulation for details)
  • A candidate with Master’s degree from a recognized University with at least a GPA of 3.50 on 5-point scale or 3.00 on 4-point scale who wishes to do Ph.D degree in a related area or department shall qualify for the Master’s/Ph.D. Any candidate who is not qualified for Ph.D admission on account of low GPA is still not qualified for admission into Master’s/Ph.D. programme.
  • For Faculties and Departments where the possession of Master’s degree with 4.00 points GPA on 5-point scale and above is the condition for Ph.D admission, applicants with Master’s degree GPA of 3.50 and above, but not up to 4.00 may apply for Master’s/Ph.D admission. On completion of Master’s degree coursework specified by the Department, the candidate shall be qualified for a firm Ph.D registration if he or she attains the GPA of 4.00 in the Master’s courses.

 

NOTE: A candidate admitted into Master’s/Ph.D programme has two options: First, he could complete the Master’s degree programme and then apply to continue with the Doctoral programme without completing a new application form if he/she passes the Master degree with a minimum of 3.50 or 4.0 GPA on a 5-point scale depending on the Department/Faculty. Secondly, the student’s general performance in the course work could be evaluated after the first two semesters of being on the Masters’/Ph.D programme. If the student makes a GPA of 3.50 or 4.0 and above in the coursework (as applicable to the Department/Faculty), Senate on  the recommendations of Departmental and Faculty Postgraduate Studies Committees and the Board of the School may approve that the candidate proceeds to Ph.D programme without fully completing the Master’s degree programme.

 

SANDWICH POSTGRADUATE PROGRAMMES

  1. M.Ed. Sandwich programmes of the Faculty of Education is offered in the following Departments: Adult Education; Arts Education; Science Education; Human Kinetics and Health Education (Health Education, Physical Education & Recreation options); Social Science Education; and Vocational Teacher Education.

Note:  Candidates are advised to read through the current Postgraduate Regulation of the University of Nigeria for proper guidance on the Entry Requirements and other conditions for Postgraduate admissions in the University.

  

Click here to download the Postgraduate Regulations

M.Ed. Sandwich programme – Faculty of Education

MLS degree programme is available in the Department of Library & Information Science.

 

Sandwich Postgraduate Diploma is offered in the Institute of Education (PGDE), Vocational Teacher Education (PGDTE) and Library & Information Science (PGDL).

DURATION OF COURSES

  • Postgraduate Diploma
  • Postgraduate Diploma (Regular) – Two semesters
  • Postgraduate Diploma (Sandwich) – Three Long Vacations
  • Master’s degree (Regular) :

A minimum of 3 semesters for full-time and 5 semesters for part-time in all Departments/Faculties except for the Departments/Faculties listed below:

A minimum of 4 semesters for Full-time and 6 semesters for part-time for the following Departments/Faculties: Sociology, Psychology, Public Administration and Local Government (PALG), Agriculture, Veterinary Medicine, Education and Business Administration.

  • Ed. (Sandwich) – three long vacations.

(d)     Ph.D. degree Programme –A minimum of six semester for full time and eight semesters for part time in all Faculties except Agriculture which is has minimum of four semesters for full time and six semesters for part time. Ph.D. programme is not run as a Sandwich programme.

Candidates are expected to complete their programmes at the minimum duration, but not to exceed the maximum duration (See Postgraduate Regulations).

REGISTRATION – For Regular/Sandwich programmes, Postgraduate Diploma, Master’s and Doctorate degree programme, candidates are considered for admission once in a session. Regular students are expected to register their postgraduate courses within four weeks from the commencement of the session.  Candidates admitted for sandwich programmes are expected to register not later than two weeks from the commencement of the sandwich session.

 

METHOD OF APPLICATION

Application Forms can be obtained ONLINE on payment of a non-refundable fee ofN26,700.00 (Twenty six, seven hundred naira only) made payable to “The University of Nigeria Postgraduate Application Fees Account, at any bank within the country using the Remita platform. Below is the process flow for the application:

 

  • Login to the UNN Portal- unnportal.unn.edu.ng
  • Go to postgraduate students
  • Select PG form for 2020/2021
  • Enter your telephone number.
  • Fill in your basic details.
  • Generate Invoice with RRR.
  • Make payments using the online channel or at the bank.
  • Come back to online form.
  • Fill the PG online application form.
  • Upload all necessary credentials in PDF.
  • Complete referee form. (Enter correct Emails).
  • Check the complete details
  • Submit form.

Please note that with the exception of the transcript, you are not expected to submit hard copies of application materials to the school of Postgraduate Studies.

 

REFEREE REPORTS

When completing the application form, the candidates shall supply the e-mail addresses of their referees through which a link will be sent to the referees with request to complete the Report Form in respect of the candidate and submit online.

 

TRANSCRIPTS

Candidates should download transcript request forms (D2) also provided online, and submit to their former Universities/Institutions to forward their academic transcript(s) to “The Secretary, School of Postgraduate Studies, University of Nigeria, Nsukka” to reach  him/her not later than 15th May, 2022. Candidates whose transcripts are not received on or before the deadline by the School shall not have their application forms processed.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

All information required would be completed online except the transcript. Copies of qualifying certificates/statement of result and NYSC discharge certificate (Exemption or Exclusion Certificate) are to be attached. Note that To Whom It May Concern shall not be accepted in lieu of the certificates specified above.

 

CLOSING DATE

Application starts from Monday, 14th March, 2022 and closes on Wednesday, 25th May, 2022.

 

IMPORTANT NOTICE TO ALL APPLICANTS

  1. All applicants will undergo computer based postgraduate admission screening.
  2. Check out for information on screening processes via the UNN Website unn.edu.ng from, 1st June, 2022, for your further necessary action.
  3. Date for the Postgraduate Admission Screening: 16th and 17th June, 2022.
  4. NOTE: For Ph.D degree programme, a candidate must have published at least an article from his/her Ph.D thesis in a journal certified by the University of Nigeria, Nsukka as a condition for graduation.
  5. Plagiarism test shall be run on Master’s Project Report and Ph.D Thesis before they can be approved.

 

 

/Sgd./

Amaka Ukwueze Esq., ACIS, MCAI, FIIA

Acting Secretary

School of Postgraduate Studies.

Monday 14th March, 2022

 

BREAKING NEWS: 2021/2022 PRIMARY ADMISSION LIST

BREAKING NEWS: 2021/2022 PRIMARY ADMISSION LIST

UNIVERSITY OF NIGERIA, NSUKKA

OFFICE OF THE REGISTRAR (ADMISSIONS)

2021/2022 PRIMARY ADMISSION LIST  

 

The University of Nigeria Nsukka hereby Offers Provisional Admission to the following PUTME Candidates into her various first Degree Programmes for the 2021/2022 Academic Session.

Click on 2021/2022 PRIMARY ADMISSION LIST… to download list

INSTRUCTIONS TO CANDIDATES OFFERED PROVISIONAL ADMISSION FOR THE 2021/2022 ACADEMIC SESSION

Candidates offered provisional admission are required to adopt the following guidelines to regularize their acceptance of the offer:

  • All candidates are STRICTLY advised to URGENTLY upload their O/Level results into JAMB Portal using a JAMB approved CBT Center, and forward evidence of upload and Admission Status in JAMB CAPS to the Admissions Office. Note that candidates’ admission cannot be processed until proper upload of O/Level results are done.

 

  • Visit the JAMB Portal and accept your admission on CAPS by clicking “Accept Admission”. Candidates who fail to accept their admission on JAMB CAPS would not be issued JAMB Admission Letter and would be deemed as not admitted.

 

  • Visit the University of Nigeria website (unn.edu.ng) or portal (unnportal.edu.ng), log in your JAMB Registration number to generate and download a Payment Invoice which contains a Remitta number, the invoice will enable you to make payment at any Commercial Bank, including UNN Microfinance Bank.

 

  • With the Payment Invoice, candidates are requested to pay Thirty Thousand Naira Only (N30, 000.00) acceptance fee. Ensure that the Invoice number is keyed in appropriately at the Bank and obtain a confirmation slip containing your Confirmation number and Invoice number.

 

  • Visit the University of Nigeria website (unn.edu.ng) or portal (unnportal.edu.ng) again and login your JAMB Registration Number, the Confirmation Number and Invoice Number, then print the Admission slip and complete the Acceptance Form online.
  • Proceed with other fee payments and registration as indicated on the University of Nigeria website.

 

  • Candidates should note that this admission is provisional.

 

  • If at any time in future, including final year, it is discovered that any candidate does not possess the minimum university and the faculty/departmental entry requirements for the course as prescribed by the Senate of the University, and published in JAMB Brochure, the offer of admission will be withdrawn.

(Signed)

Dr. Chris C. Igbokwe

Registrar