School of Environmental Technology (SET).
School of Environmental Technology offers Bachelor of Technology degrees in the following areas of specialization: Architecture, Building Technology, Quantity Surveying, Estate Management, Urban and Regional Planning, Surveying and Geoinformatics
SWEP and SIWES
The SWEP/SIWES requirement for students in the School of Environmental Technology is the same as that outlined for students in the School of Engineering and Engineering Technology.
Remedial: Details about the remedial programme has earlier been described under SAAT. The subject requirements vary from department to department. All departments however require passes with good grades in English Language and Mathematics.
UME: Admission into School of Environmental Technology through JAMB to pursue a five (5) year degree programmme requires that candidate must have five (5) credit passes in SSCE including Maths and English Language together with necessary JAMB score to qualify for admission.
Direct Entry: The required qualification varies with departments. However, candidates with the following qualifications are generally considered, and they spend a minimum of three (3) years to obtain a B. Tech. degree. These are:
- HSC/GCE advanced level
- Ordinary National Diploma
- Higher National Diploma
Degree Awarded: B.Tech, M.Tech, PhD
Dean – Prof. Yekeen Sanusi
- Architecture – H.O.D – Dr. Remi E. Olagunju
- Building – H.O.D – Dr. W. P. Akanmu
- Estate Management & Valuation– H.O.D – I.A Olatunji
- Quantity Surveying – H.O.D – Mr. Ola- Awo Adediran Wasiu
- Surveying & Geoinformatics – H.O.D – Dr. I. C. Onuibgo
- Urban and Regional Planning – H.O.D – Dr. Musa Dalil
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