Faculty of Engineering & Technologies Degree & Programs

Faculty of Engineering & Technologies Degree & Programs

COURSER E Q U I R E M E N T SUTME SUBJECTSSPECIAL CONSIDERATION(WAIVER)/REMARKS
DIRECT ENTRYUTME
 ENGINEERING (All Courses)In addition to O’Level and Post-UTME requirements, candidates must have either of the following: (i)   A’Level IJMB or approved equivalent Pass in Mathematics, (Pure or/and Applied), Physics, and Chemistry with a minimum of 10 points. (ii)   OND (Upper Credit) in Relevant Discipline with at least one year post diploma experience.UTME candidates are required to obtain O’Level credits in Five (5) subjects including English Language, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and any other subject.English Language, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry.Direct Entry:In addition to O’Level and Post-UTME requirements, candidates with any of the following qualifications may be considered: (i)   First Degree from Physical Sciences at Second Class Lower Division may be admitted into 200 Level. (ii)   HND in relevant Engineering discipline at Distinction or Upper Credits level from recognized Polytechnic or College of Technology after NYSC may be considered for upgrading to 300 Level. (iii)  First Degree Honours in Engineering discipline may be admitted into 300 Level of any other Engineering programme. UTME:Candidate who passed Further Mathematics and Technical Drawing at Credit levels stand at an advantage. 
AGRICULTURAL AND BIOSYSTEMS ENGINEERING Five O’Level Credit Passes to include Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Biology and English Language   
BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERINGPhysics, Mathematics, Chemistry or BiologyFive O’Level Credit Passes to include Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Biology and English Language DIRECT ENTRY:Relevant Disciplines include:Biomedical Engineering Technology, Chemical Engineering Technology, Electrical & Electronics Engineering Technology, Materials & Metallurgical Engineering Technology,Foundry Engineering Technology, Glass/Ceramics Technology, Water & Environmental Engineering Technology, Mechanical Engineering Technology, Metallurgy, Polymer Technology, Welding and Fabrication Technology.
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING UTME candidates are required to obtain O’Level credits in Five (5) subjects including English Language, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and any other subject. DIRECT ENTRY:Relevant Discipline include:Biomedical Engineering Technology, Chemical Engineering Technology, Water and Environmental Engineering Technology, Mechanical Engineering Technology, Polymer Engineering. 
CIVIL ENGINEERING UTME candidates are required to obtain O’Level credits in Five (5) subjects including English Language, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and any other subject.  DIRECT ENTRY:Relevant Discipline include:OND Civil Engineering and Water Resources Engineering.
COMPUTER ENGINEERING UTME candidates are required to obtain O’Level credits in Five (5) subjects including English Language, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and any other subject. DIRECT ENTRY:Relevant Discipline include:Computer Technology, Telecommunications or Communication Engineering, Power Systems Engineering, Control Systems Engineering,Electrical and/or Electronics Engineering Technology,InstrUTMEntation Engineering, Biomedical Engineering.
ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING UTME candidates are required to obtain O’Level credits in Five (5) subjects including English Language, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and any other subject. DIRECT ENTRY:Relevant Discipline include:Electrical and/or Electronics Engineering Technology,Computer Technology, Telecommunications or Communication Engineering, Power Systems Engineering, Control Systems Engineering, InstrUTMEntation Engineering, Biomedical Engineering.
FOOD AND BIOPROCESS ENGINEERING Five O’Level credits Passes to include  Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Biology and English Language, DIRECT ENTRY:Relevant Discipline include:In addition to O’Level and Post-UTME requirements, candidates with any of the following qualifications may be considered:  (i)   First Degree from Physical Sciences at Second Class level may be admitted into 200 Level. (ii)  HND in relevant Engineering discipline, at Distinction or Upper Credits level from or College of Technology after NYSC may be upgraded to 300 Level only. (iii)  First Degree Honours in Engineering discipline may be admitted into 300 Level of any other Engineering programme. UTME:Candidate who passed Further Mathematics and Technical Drawing at Credits level stand at an advantage.
MATERIALS AND METALLURGICAL ENGINEERINGIn addition to O’Level and Post-UTME requirements, candidates must have either of the following: (i)   A’Level IJMB or approved equivalent Pass in Mathematics, (Pure or/and Applied), Physics, and Chemistry with a minimum of 8 points. (ii)   OND (Upper Credit) in Relevant Discipline with at least one year post diploma experience. UTME candidates are required to obtain O’Level credits in Five (5) subjects including English Language, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and any other subject.English Language, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry.DIRECT ENTRY:Relevant Disciplines include:Chemical Engineering Technology, Foundry Engineering Technology,  Glass/Ceramics Technology, Mechanical Engineering Technology, Metallurgy, Mineral Processing Engineering Technology, Mineral Resources Engineering Technology, BiomedicalEngineering Technology, Polymer Technology,Welding and Fabrication Technology, Wood and Paper Technology.
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING  UTME candidates are required to obtain O’Level credits in Five (5) subjects including English Language, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and any other subject.  DIRECT ENTRY:Relevant Disciplines include:Biomedical Engineering and Materials & Metallurgical Engineering.
WATER RESOURCES AND ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING UTME candidates are required to obtain O’Level credits in Five (5) subjects including English Language, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and any other subject. DIRECT ENTRY:Relevant Disciplines include:Civil Engineering, Building, Architecture, Water Resources, Agricultural Engineering.

Important Dates

October 24, 2022

Resumption Of Final Year & Post Graduate Students

December 15, 2022

Commencement Of 2021/2022 Session