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FACULTY OF ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

COURSE

REQUIREMENTS

 

UTME SUBJECTS

SPECIAL CONSIDERATION

(WAIVER) REMARKS

DIRECT ENTRY

UTME

ARCHITECTURE

HND Architecture passed at minimum of lower credit in addition to UTME requirements would be considered for admission into 200 level.

Five SSCE credit passes at credit level to include English Language, Mathematics, Physics Technical Drawing/Fine Arts and one of Geography, Chemistry, Biology, Economics.

 

English Language, Mathematics, Physics and any one of Geography, Biology, Fine Arts/Chemistry, Economics, Technical Drawing and Building Construction. 

 

 

ESTATE MANAGEMENT

(i) Holders of OND certificate in Estate Management at Upper Credit level may be considered for admission into 200 Level.

(ii) Holders of HND in Estate Management with Upper credit in addition to one above may be considered for upgrade into 300 level base on request.

 

(a) Five SSCE credit passes in English Language, Mathematics, Economics and any one from Physics, Chemistry, Biology and any other one from Geography, Technical Drawing and Fine Arts/Visual Arts, Accounting.

 

 

UTME Subjects

i English Language

ii Mathematics

iii. Economics and one from Geography, Accounting Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Technical Drawing, Fine Arts, Building Construction or Marketing.  

 

 

Holders of HND in Estate Management with Lower Credit may be considered for admission into 200 level provided the candidate has at least lower credit in OND Estate Management.

 

 

 

 

QUANTITY SURVEYING

(i) A” level, Passes in Mathematics, and Physics or any of the following subjects: Geography, Technical

 

Drawing , Economics, Chemistry, Commerce, Building Construction and Biology are eligible to 200 Level.

 

(ii) Holders of OND certificate in Quantity Surveying, Building, Architecture and allied professions at upper credit level may be considered for admission into 200 Level.

 

(iii) Holders of HND in Quantity Surveying with Upper Credit may be considered for direct entry into 300 level provided the candidate fulfill (ii) above.

 

(a) Five SSCE credit in English Language, Mathematics, Physics and any other subjects from the following lists: Geography, Technical Drawing, Economics, Chemistry, Commerce, Building Construction and Biology. Block laying, carpentry & joinery, wood work.  

 

English Language, Mathematics, Physics and any one of Geography, Technical Drawing, Economics and Chemistry.

 

Holders of HND in Quantity Surveying with Lower Credits may be considered for admission into 200 Level. Add O/C sub,

1. Block laying

2. Carpentry &   joinery 

3. Woodwork.

 

SURVEYING

AND  GEOINFORMATICS

 

(i) Two A” Level passes in Mathematics and Physics are eligible for admission into 200 Level.

(ii) Holders of OND in Surveying and Geoinformatics with Upper Credit are eligible for admission into 200 Level.

(iii) Holders of HND in Surveying and Geoinformatics with Upper Credit are eligible for admission into 300 Level.

 

Five SSCE credit passes in English Language, Mathematics, Physics and any two of Chemistry, Geography. Further Mathematics, Technical Drawing and Elementary Surveying. 

 

English Language, Mathematics, Physics and any one of Geography Chemistry Technical Drawing Further Mathematics, Economics.

 

Holders of HND in Surveying and Geoinformatics with Lower Credit may be considered for admission into 200 Level.

 

URBAN AND  REGIONAL PLANNING

 

(i) Holders of OND in Urban and Regional Planning with Upper Credit are eligible for admission into 200 Level.

(ii) Holders of HND in Urban and Regional Planning with Upper Credit are eligible for admission into 300 Level, In addition to (i) above.

 

Five SSCE or its equivalent credit passes in English Language, Mathematics, Geography, and any two of Physics, Chemistry, Economics, Biology, Technical Drawing, Fine Art/Visual Arts and Tourism. 

 

English Language, Mathematics, Geography and any one of Physics, Chemistry, Economics, Biology, Technical Drawing, fine Art/Visual Arts and Tourism.

 

Holder of HND in Urban and Regional Planning with Lower Credit may be considered for admission into 200 Level. Provided the candidate has at least lower credit in OND.