University of Ibadan (UI) Gets NUC Full Accreditation Status for 24 Programmes

National Universities Commission (NUC) has granted– Full accreditation status to 24 programmes offered by the University of Ibadan (UI).

UI Gets NUC Full Accreditation Status



The National Universities Commission (NUC) has the statutory mandate to accredit academic programmes in all Nigerian Universities. Pursuant to this mandate and in consonance with the provisions of the current Government approved guidelines, initial accreditation of a new programme is held after the programme has run for two academic sessions following approval for the establishment of the programme. Thereafter, the Commission accredits the approved programmes as and when due. Consequently, the NUC organised the accreditation of academic programmes at the University of Ibadan, Ibada in October/November, 2021. The result of the exercise is as follows:

ARTS

  1. German– Full
  2. Igbo– Full
  3. Linguistics– Full
  4. Music– Full
  5. Philosophy– Full
  6. Theatre Arts– Full

BASIC MEDICAL SCIENCES

  1. Human Nutrition and Dietetics– Full
  2. Physiology– Full
  3. Physiotherapy– Full
  4. Environmental Health Science– Full

EDUCATION

  1. Early Childhood Education– Full
  2. Education Arabic– Full
  3. Education Economics– Full
  4. Education Islamic Studies– Full
  5. Health Education– Full
  6. Human Kinetics– Full 

ENGINEERING

  1. Civil Engineering– Full
  2. Food Technology– Full
  3. Industrial and Production Engineering– Full
  4. Wood Products Engineering– Full

ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN AND MANAGEMENT

  1. Architecture– Full

SCIENCE

  1. Geology– Full
  2. Computer Science– Full

VETERINARY MEDICINE

  1. Veterinary Medicine– Full

The Vice-Chancellor, Professor Kayode O. Adebowale, FAS, mni, appreciates the combined efforts of Principal officers, Provosts, Deans of Faculties, Heads of Departments and all staff to ensure the success of the accreditation exercise. He prays that the University will continue to ‘soar highest’ and enjoins all staff not to relent in their efforts to maintain the leadership position of the University of Ibadan.


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