The National Universities Commission (NUC) has approved 45 academic undergraduate programmes for the Bamidele Olumilua University of Education, Science and Technology, Ikere-Ekiti (formerly College of Education, Ikere-Ekiti).

This was contained in a letter dated 31st March, 2021 with reference number NUC/AP/S50/VOL.1/13 and signed by the Commission’s Director of Academic Planning, Dr. Noel Saliu.

The NUC’s Panels of Experts had, in February, 2021, conducted resource verification exercise to assess the available human and material resources of the institution the report of which led to the approval of the academic programmes.

The approved programmes include B.Sc Accounting, B.Sc Business Administration, B.Sc Entrepreneurship, B.Sc Office and Information Management, B.Sc Economics, B.Sc Political Science, B.Sc Peace and Conflict Studies, B.Sc Criminology and Security Studies, B.Sc Computer Science, B.Sc Physics with Electronics, B.Sc Industrial Mathematics, Industrial Chemistry, B.Sc Science Laboratory Technology, B.Sc Plant Science and Biotechnology, B.Sc Architecture, B.Sc Environmental Management.

Others Include B.Sc Building Technology, B. Tech. Electrical & Electronics Engineering, B. Tech. Civil Engineering, B.Sc Food Science & Technology, B.A. Theatre Arts, B.A. Music and B.Sc Mass Communication. Others are B.Sc (Ed.) Mathematics Education, B.Sc (Ed.) Physics Education, B.Sc (Ed.) Biology Education, B.Sc (Ed.) Chemistry Education, B.Ed. Integrated Science, B.Ed. Guidance and Counselling, B.Ed. Social Studies Education, B.Sc (Ed.) Economics Education, B.Sc (Ed.) Geography Education, B.Sc (Ed.) Political Science Education, B.Ed. Business Education, B.Sc ( Ed.) Agricultural Science Education, B.Ed Home Economics, B.Ed. Health Education, B.Ed. Human Kinetics and Sports Science, B.Sc (Ed.)

Also Accredited are, Environmental Education, B.Ed. Industrial Technology Education, B.A. (Ed.) English Education, B.A. (Ed.) French Education, B.A. (Ed.) Christian Religious Studies and B.Ed. Educational Management.

The programmes would run on full time mode at the University’s main campus effective from 2020/2021 academic session.

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