University of Ibadan Postgraduate School Programmes offered

University of Ibadan Postgraduate School Programmes offered

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AVAILABLE RESEARCH DEGREE PROGRAMMES

(a)Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D), Master of Philosophy (M.Phil), Master of Public Health (M.P.H.), Degree of Master (M.A., M.Sc., M.Ed, LL.M), These are available in the following Faculties and disciplines:

(i) Arts

Islamic Studies; Arabic Language and Literature; Archaeology; Anthropology; Classics; English (Literature & Language); History; Communication & Language Arts; Linguistics & African Languages; Nigeria Languages (Yoruba); French Studies, Translation, Comparative Literature, Cultural Studies, European Studies; Philosophy, Religious Studies; and Theatre Arts.

(ii)Science

Archaeology; Anthropology; Botany; Microbiology; Chemistry; Industrial Chemistry; Computer Science; Geography (Physical); Geology; Mathematics; Physics; Statistics; and Zoology.

(iii)Medicine

(a)Basic Medical Sciences

Anatomy; Biochemistry; Chemical Pathology; Haematology; Pharmacology & Therapeutics; Physiology; and Virology.

(b)Anaesthesia; Nursing; Psychiatry; Paediatrics; Physiotherapy; and Surgery, Community Health, Occupational Health, Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Otorhino- laryngology, Opthalmology, Radiotherapy, Biomedical Education, Global Health, Radiation Oncology.

(c)Dentistry

(d)Public Health

Biostatistics; Epidemiology and Medical Statistics; Epidemiology; Field Epidemiology; Field Epidemiology Practice; Environmental Health; Human Nutrition; Medical Demography; Health Promotion and Education; Population and Reproductive Health Education, Reproductive and Family Health, Health Policy and Management, Health Services Administration, Institute of Child Health.

(iv) Pharmacy

Pharmaceutics and Industrial Pharmacy; Pharmaceutical Microbiology; Clinical Pharmacy; Pharmaceutical Chemistry; Pharmacognosy.

(v) Agriculture and Forestry

Crop Protection and Environmental Biology; Agricultural Economics; Agricultural Extension and Rural Development; Agricultural Extension; Rural Sociology; Rural Communication; Home Economics; Agronomy; Animal Science; Forest Resources Management; Wildlife Management and Fisheries Management; Agricultural Biochemistry and Nutrition; Animal Physiology and Bioclimatology; Animal Production and Management; Animal Breeding and Genetics; Animal Products and Processing.

(vi)The Social Sciences

Economics; Geography (Human); Political Science; Sociology; Psychology; Urban and Regional Planning.

(vii) Education

Adult Education; Literacy Training and Development; Educational Management; Guidance and Counseling; Counseling Psychology; Special Education; Library, Archival & Information Studies; Human Kinetics & Health Education; Teacher Education; School Media: Media Resource Management.

(viii)Africa Regional Centre for Information Science (ARCIS)

Development and Evaluation of Information Systems; Information Technologies; Development Information Systems; Information Policy and Ethics; Information Resources Management; Information Products and Services; Informetrics; Information Economy and Society; Scholarly Communication in Science and Technology; Education for Information Science.

(ix)Centre for Educational Media Resource StudiesMaster of School Media (MSM) (Academic)

Master of Media Resource Management (MMRM) (Professional)

(x)Institute of Education

Educational Evaluation (Construction and Validation of Measurement Instrument; Evaluation of Educational Achievement; Public Examinations, Programme Evaluation; Curriculum Evaluation and Psychological Testing) In-Service M.Ed Programmes in Curriculum Development and Educational Evaluation (The M.Edin-service Programme presently runs in Ibadan, Port-Harcourt and Lagos). The programmes is for four semesters.

(xi)Veterinary Medicine

Veterinary Anatomy; Veterinary Medicine; Tropical Veterinary Medicine; *Veterinary Microbiology; Veterinary Parasitology; Veterinary Pathology; Veterinary Physiology; Veterinary Pharmacology; Veterinary Surgery, Veterinary Reproduction; Veterinary Public Health & Preventive Medicine (Master of Veterinary Public Health, Master of Preventive Veterinary Medicine, and M.Sc. Epizootiology). MVSc. Veterinary Medicine Option in Avian Medicine Companion Animal Medicine, Fish and Aquatic Medicine and Food Animal Medicine.

*The M.Sc. Veterinary Microbiology runs for two sessions.

(xii)Technology

*Agricultural and Environmental Engineering; Wood Products Engineering; Food Technology; Soil and Water Conservation.

**Industrial & Production Engineering; Petroleum Engineering; Civil Engineering;

***Mechanical Engineering; Electrical/Electronic Engineering.

*Those whose first degrees are NOT in Agricultural Engineering will be required to spend an additional two semesters on the programme.

**Those whose first engineering degrees are NOT in Industrial Engineering will be required to spend an additional semester on the programme.

*Candidates whose first degrees are NOT in Petroleum Engineering will be required to spend an additional two semesters on the programme.

***M.Sc. Mechanical Engineering is a three semesters full-time or six semesterspart-time programme.

(xiii)LAW

Master of Law (LL.M) The Programme

The LL.M Degree Programme is conducted on an interdepartmental basis. Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D), Master of Philosophy (M.Phil) and LL.M. These are available in the Faculty of Law.

Admission Requirements:

Admission is open to any holder of Bachelor’s Degree in Law of University of Ibadan or of other approved Universities recognized by the Senate. In addition to the above requirements, applicants must satisfy the ‘O’ Level first degree matriculation requirements of the University of Ibadan i.e. ‘O’ Level Credit passes in five subjects at ONE sitting or 6 ‘O’ level credits at TWO sittings including merit or credit in English Literature. You will be required also to produce your Call to Bar and Law School Certificates.

Candidates may be required to undergo a selection process. They are therefore encouraged to provide their e-mail addresses and telephone numbers to facilitate invitation for the interview.

(xiv)Institute of African Studies

Anthropology; African History; African Law; African Music; African Visual

Arts/Art History; Traditional African Medicine and Belief Systems;

Cultural and Media Studies- Sub-units of specialization: a) Performance Studies

b)Literary Studies c) Translation and Creative; Gender Studies; Diaspora and Transnational Studies.

The courses are available at the following levels: M.A., M.Phil, M.Phil/Ph.D, and Ph.D in the respective units and sub-units of Institute of African Studies.

(xv)Centre for Entrepreneurship and InnovationProfessional Master (M.Sc in Entrepreneurship Studies) Academic Master (M.Sc in Entrepreneurship Education)

(xvi)Institute for Peace and Strategic Studies

Master of Humanitarian and Refugee Studies (M.H.R.S.), Peace and Conflict Studies (M.A.), Master of Science (MSS) Degree in Strategic Studies, Professional Master (MPBD) Degree in Peace Building and Development, Professional Master (CPM) in Cultural Production and Management.

(xvii)Other Programmes

(a)Doctor of Medicine (M.D.)

The degree programme is available in the College of Medicine only on part – time basis.

(b)Doctor of Letter (D.Litt.), Doctor of Science (D.Sc.) and Doctor of Laws (LL.D)

(c)Centre for Development ProgrammeTourism Development

(d)Postgraduate Diploma

Postgraduate Diploma Courses are available in the following Faculties and disciplines.

(i)

Arts

Theatre Arts

(ii)

Science

Statistics.

Postgraduate Diploma in

Radiation Protection.

Zoology(Applied and

Environmental Zoology.

(iii)

Clinical Sciences

Anaesthesia, Radiotherapy

(iv)

Education

Full-Time P.G.D.E.

Professional Postgraduate

Diploma in Teaching in Higher

Education (P.G.D.T.H.E.) in the

Department of Teacher

Education.

Postgraduate Diploma in Social

Work (Part-Time and Full-

Time) in the Department of

Social Work

(v)

Institute of Education

Part-Time P.G.D.E.

(vi)

Pharmacy

Postgraduate Diploma in

Drug Analysis in the

Department of

Pharmaceutical Chemistry.

(vii)

Agriculture and Forestry

Postgraduate Diploma in

Biodiversity Management in

the Department of Wildlife

and Fisheries Management,

Diploma in Agricultural

Extension.

(viii) Veterinary Medicine

Veterinary Medicine;

Veterinary Radiology;

Veterinary Anaesthesiology; all

these in the Department of

Veterinary Surgery and

Reproduction.

(ix)

Institute of Child Health

Professional PGD in Child

Health

(x)

Obstetrics & Gynaecology

Postgraduate Diploma in

Population and Reproductive

Health (PGD POP RH).

(xi)

Centre for Sustainable Development

PGD in Indigenous knowledge

and Development.

Areas of Specialization

Information on areas of specialization in the various Degree programmes will be supplied along with application forms. Read this carefully since transfer of forms will not be entertained.

 Admission Requirements

(a)The basic qualification for admission to all postgraduate Courses and Programmes is a first degree of the University of Ibadan or degree/Higher National Diploma of other recognized Institutions in the relevant discipline. Where qualifications are not strictly in the area of admission, remedial courses, which may lead to additional periods of studentship, may be prescribed.

In addition to individual Departmental requirements, applicants must satisfy the ‘O’ Level first degree matriculation requirements of the University of Ibadan i.e five ‘O’ Level credit passes at ONE sitting or 6 ‘O’ level credits at TWO sittings including English Language and subject areas for ALL disciplines and Mathematics for ALL Science-based disciplines, Educational Management and Economics and at least a pass in Mathematics for other Social Science Courses OR Holder of NCE must have credit passes in WASC or credit or merit passes in TC II (obtained between 1967 and 1981) in English Language and four other relevant matriculation subjects.

(b)    Candidates for the degree of M.Phil and Ph.D. are admitted in the first instance to the Degree of Master Programme. However, candidates who, in addition to a good first degree, and already holding acceptable postgraduate degrees, may be considered for direct admission to the M.Phil and Ph.D. Programmes.

AVAILABLE PROFESSIONAL DEGREE PROGRAMMES

A.FACULTY OF ARTS

1.MASTER OF COMMUNICATION ARTS (M.C.A.) (Department of Communication and Language Arts)

(i)The Programme

This programme consists of courses, taught over three semesters, leading to the degree of Master of Communication Arts (M.C.A.) in the Department of Communication & Language Arts. The following areas of emphasis are offered.

(a)Basic Language Arts (Speech, Reading and Writing including Creative and Technical Writing);

(b)Mass Communication (Print and Broadcast Journalism, Advertising and Public Relations);

(c)Book Development and Publishing; and

(d)Applied Communication (Organisational, Business, Instructional and Development Communication).

(ii)Admission Requirements:

Candidates for admission to the programme should hold a minimum of a first degree in any discipline from a recognised University or possess acceptable professional qualifications such as HND or other approved equivalents. Candidates must have acquired a minimum of five years post-qualificationworking experience, including the National Service year where applicable.

Final selection will be based on written examination and oral interview ofshort-listed candidates. Candidates are therefore encouraged to provide theire-mail addresses and telephone numbers to facilitate invitation for the interview.

In addition to the above requirements, applicants must satisfy the ‘O’ Level/First degree matriculation requirements of the University of Ibadan, i.e. ‘O’ Level Credit

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passes in five subjects at ONE sitting or 6 ‘O’ Level credits at TWO sittings including English Language and other relevant matriculation subjects.

2.MASTER OF PROFESSIONAL ETHICS (M.P.E) (Department of Philosophy)

(i)The Programme:

The programme is mainly for decision-makers in various areas of life, for example, Politics, Government, Education, Business, Medicine, Nursing, the News Media and the Military and Para-military services. The duration of the course is a minimum of three semesters for full- time registration and a minimum of four semesters for part-time registration.

(ii)Admission Requirements:

Prospective students are expected to have an honours degree (minimum of third class) from a recognized University and at least one year work experience. HND holders with a minimum of a Lower Credit and at least two years’ work experience are also eligible for admission.

In addition, applicants must satisfy the O’ level, first-degree matriculation requirements of the University of Ibadan, that is, five O’ level credit passes at one sitting or six O’ level credit passes at two sittings, including English Language.

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B.FACULTY OF SCIENCE

1.MASTER OF ECONOMIC BOTANY (M.E.B)

(Department of Botany)

(i)The Programme

This programme consists of courses, taught over three semesters leading to the Professional Degree of Master of Economic Botany (M.E.B) in the Department of Botany & Microbiology. The following areas of emphases are offered.

(a)Medicinal Plants– Scientific approach to the study of plants of proven medicinal values to humans and animals. Modern methods of herbal medicinal preparations and practice.

(b)Principles of Melissopalynology – Beekeeping from antiquity to modern times. Production, uses and quality control of honey.

(c)Mushroom Production – Subtrate preparation, spawning, cropping and economic value of mushrooms.

(d)Applied Palynology – Palynology in the petroleum industry.

(ii)Admission Requirements:

Candidates for admission to the programme should hold a good first degree of the University of Ibadan or of other approved/recognised University in the Biological Science, Chemistry, Agriculture, Forestry or other relevant disciplines. Candidates with HND Upper Credit Agriculture, Forestry or Biology with minimum of three years work experience in relevant fields are also eligible for admission.

In addition to the above requirements, applicants must satisfy the ‘O’ level first degree matriculation requirements of the University of Ibadan, i.e. five O’ level credit passes at one sitting or six O’ level credit passes at two sittings including English Language, Mathematics, Chemistry and Biology and any other two Science subjects.

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2.MASTER OF ENVIRONMENTAL CHEMISTRY AND POLLUTION CONTROL (M.E.C.P.C)

(Department of Chemistry)

(i)Admission Requirements:

Candidates eligible for admission into the professional programme of Master of Environmental Chemistry and pollution control (M.E.C.P.C) shall be:

(a)Graduates of Chemistry, Industrial Chemistry or other chemical sciences e.g.

Applied Chemistry, Biochemistry, Geology, Agronomy, e.t.c of the University of Ibadan or other Universities approved by the senate of the University of Ibadan. In addition, such candidates shall be expected to possess at least two years relevant post- graduation work experience in the public or private sectors.

(b)Holders of Higher National Diploma, (HND), or its equivalent in Chemistry, Industrial Chemistry or other Chemical Sciences (e.g. Applied Chemistry, Biochemistry, Geology e.t.c) from higher institutions recognized by the senate of the University of Ibadan. Applicants must have passed at a level not below an upper credit, or its equivalent.

In addition to the above requirements, applicants must satisfy the ‘O’ level first degree matriculation requirements of the University of Ibadan, i.e. five O’ level credit passes at one sitting or six O’ level credit passes at two sittings including English Language, Mathematics, Chemistry and Biology and any other two Science subjects.

In addition, such candidates shall be expected to possess at least three years postgraduate working experience in the public or private sectors.

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3.PROFESSIONAL MASTERS IN BUSINESS COMPUTING (M.B.C.) (Department of Computer Science)

(i)Admission Requirements:

(a)Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, Business, Economics, Engineering, Sciences, and Social Sciences with at least a Third Class (Honours) degree. Information Technology (IT) working experience will be an advantage.

OR

(b)Bachelor’s degree (Second Class Lower degree minimum) in any other discipline and two (2) years IT working experience.

OR

(c)HND in Computer Science, Business, Financial Studies and Engineering with at least an Upper Credit and two (2) years IT working experience or Lower Credit with at least five (5) years IT working experience.

NB: In addition to the above requirements, applicants must satisfy the O’level first degree matriculation requirements of the University of Ibadan, i.e. five O’level credit passes at one sitting or six O’level credit passes at two sittings including English Language, Mathematics, Chemistry and Biology and any other two Science subjects.

(ii)Duration

The Professional Masters in Business Computing (MBC) programme shall normally last for a minimum of three semesters and maximum of five semesters for full time study. Duration for part-time study will follow Postgraduate School guidelines.

4.PROFESSIONAL DEGREE OF MASTER OF SCIENCE (M.Sc.) IN METEOROLOGY

(Department of Physics)

(i)Admission Requirements:

Candidates for the M.Sc. (Met.) degree program must fulfill the requirements of the Postgraduate School of the University and as well as meet the requirement specified below:

A first degree in Physics or related discipline (Minimum Second Class Lower) from a recognized University. Postgraduate Diploma in Meteorology from the University of Ibadan or equivalent qualifications. In addition to the above requirements,

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applicants must satisfy the ‘O’ level first degree matriculation requirements of the University of Ibadan, i.e. five O’ level credit passes at one sitting or six O’ level credit passes at two sittings including English Language, Mathematics, Chemistry and Biology and any other two Science subjects.

(ii)Duration and Mode of Study:

Candidates are expected to complete the M.Sc. programme in three (3) semesters full time or five (5) semesters part time minimum.

5.PROFESSIONAL MASTER OF RADIATION PROTECTION (M.R.P.) (Department of Physics)

(i)Admission Requirements:

Candidates for the M.R.P. degree program must fulfill the requirements of the Postgraduate School of the University of Ibadan and as well as meet the requirement specified below.

A first degree in Physical and Biological Sciences, Computer Science or Engineering from a recognized University. In addition to the above requirements, applicants must satisfy the ‘O’ level first degree matriculation requirements of the University of Ibadan, i.e. five O’ level credit passes at one sitting or six O’ level credit passes at two sittings including English Language, Mathematics, Chemistry and Biology and any other two Science subjects.

(ii)Duration and Mode of study:

Candidates are expected to complete the M.Sc. programme in three (3) semesters full time or five (5) semesters part-time minimum.

6.POSTGRADUATE DIPLOMA IN RADIATION PROTECTION (P.G.D.R.P.) (Department of Physics)

(i)Admission Requirements:

Candidates for the PGD must fulfill the requirements of the Postgraduate School of the University of Ibadan and as well as meet the requirement specified below.

A first degree in Physical and Biological Sciences, Computer Science or Engineering from a recognized University or HND (Minimum Lower Credit) in Physics with Electronics and Engineering. In addition to the above requirements, applicants

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must satisfy the ‘O’ level first degree matriculation requirements of the University of Ibadan, i.e. five O’ level credit passes at one sitting or six O’ level credit passes at two sittings including English Language, Mathematics, Chemistry and Biology and any other two Science subjects.

(ii)Duration and Mode of Study:

Candidates shall register full time. Minimum duration of the PGD programme is two (2) semesters.

7.PROFESSIONAL MASTERS DEGREE IN FORENSIC SCIENCE (MFS)(Department of Archaeology & Anthropology)

Admissions requirement

The programme is open to candidates with a minimum of Third Class First Degree in relevant courses in Arts, Social Sciences, Law, Agricultural Sciences, Education, Medicine and sciences of the University of Ibadan or other Universities recognized by the Senate. Candidates with Higher National Diploma (Lower Credit) or equivalent may also apply. In addition to the above requirements, applicants must satisfy the ‘O’ level first degree matriculation requirements of the University of Ibadan, i.e. five O’ level credit passes at one sitting or six O’ level credit passes at two sittings including English Language and any other relevant Subjects.

Special consideration may be granted to candidates who have demonstrated track record of experience in the practice of Crime Investigation and Mass Disaster Management.

Duration

The duration of the course shall normally be 3 semesters for Full-Time studies or 5 semesters for Part-Time studies.

8.PROFESSIONAL MASTERS DEGREE IN FINANCIAL MATHEMATICS (MFM)

(Department of Mathematics)

The Programme

The programme is open to all interested and qualified applicants with sufficient mathematical background.

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Admission Requirements:

Admission to Professional Master in Financial Mathematics is open to:

a.Graduates of this University and other approved Universities and higher

institutions recognized by the Senate of the University of Ibadan, with a minimum of 3r dClass honors degree in Mathematics, Sciences, Engineering

and Social Sciences. It is however required that non-Mathematics graduates must pass a minimum of four (4) courses in Mathematical Sciences. Such courses are Elementary Differential Equations, Elementary Algebra, Calculus, Elementary Statistics, Computer Programming, Mathematical Analysis, Operations Research and Numerical Analysis during their undergraduate programme.

b.Holders of H.N.D. with a minimum of Lower Credit in the above specified disciplines shall be considered. They are however required to have passed a minimum of four courses in the Mathematical Sciences at both OND/HND levels.

In addition to the above requirements, applicants must satisfy the ‘O’ level first degree matriculation requirements of the University of Ibadan, i.e. five O’ level credit passes at one sitting or six O’ level credit passes at two sittings including English Language, Mathematics, Chemistry and Biology and any other two Science subjects.

PROFESSIONAL POSTGRADUATE DIPLOMA (PGD) APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL ZOOLOGY

(Department of Zoology)

The programme will provide opportunities for biosciences graduates who do not have the requirement to proceed to a Masters (M.Sc.) academic programme.

It is designed for capacity development/ building towards skilled manpower need for Nigeria.

Graduates from the programme will be employable in the public and private sectors, including zoos, museums, hospitals, research institutions, fish farms, oil companies, education and allied institutions and they will also be empowered for self-employment.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS, DURATION AND REGISTRATION

Admission to the programmes is open to graduates with a minimum of 3rd Class of any Universities recognized by the Senate of University of Ibadan, who has been admitted to the Bachelor of Science/Education Degree in Zoology/Biology/Environmental Biology or related

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disciplines namely, Biochemistry, Animal Physiology, Fisheries and Aquaculture, Wildlife and Ecotourism, and Animal Science. Candidates who obtain HND (minimum of lower credit) in relevant disciplines may also be considered. Qualified candidates will be examined before admission.

Candidates admitted to the programme shall be required to register for a minimum of 24 units and maximum of 36 units. This includes courses like Bioentrepreneurship, Forensic Biology,

Environmental Waste Management, Fish and Hatchery Management, Epidemiology and Control of Parasitic Diseases, Integrated Pest Management, Animal Biotechnology, Applied Toxicology, Methods in Parasite Detection and Zoo and Museum Keeping.

In addition to the above requirements, applicants must satisfy the ‘O’ level first degree matriculation requirements of the University of Ibadan, i.e. five O’ level credit passes at one sitting or six O’ level credit passes at two sittings including English Language, Mathematics, Chemistry and Biology and any other two Science subjects.

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FACULTY OF THE SOCIAL SCIENCES

1.MASTER OF URBAN AND REGIONAL PLANNING (M.U.R.P.) (Department of Urban & Regional Planning)

(i)The Programme:

This is a two-year full-time programme, leading to the degree of Master of Urban and Regional Planning (M.U.R.P). It consists of courses, seminars, laboratory and studio demonstrations, individual projects and a three-month period of internship. (The programme is recognised by the Nigerian Institute of Town Planners).

(ii)Admission Requirements:

Admission to the programme is open to candidates holding recognised full Professional Diploma, with a minimum of credit level pass in Town Planning and related disciplines. In addition, applicants must satisfy the ‘O’ Level first degree matriculation requirements of the University of Ibadan i.e. five O’ level credit passes at one sitting or six O’ level credit passes at two sittings including English Language OR TC II obtained between 1967 and 1981 with merit or credit passes in English Language and four other relevant matriculation subjects.

2.M.Sc. DEGREE PROGRAMME IN HOUSING

(i)The Programme:

The M.Sc. in Housing programme offered by the Department of Urban and Regional Planning provides an avenue to develop a crop of practitioners/ professionals who are theoretically and practically competent to rise to the challenges which housing issues present. This is achieved through lectures, seminars, fieldwork, laboratory/studio demonstrations and case studies.

(ii)Admission Requirements:

Admission to the M.Sc. Housing Programme is competitive and open to graduates of the University of Ibadan or other Universities recognized by the Senate, in the Social Sciences, Administration, Environmental Design and Management, Technology, Law, Sciences and Environmental Health. Limited number of candidates with long-standingexperience in housing oriented establishments, but with recognized equivalent professional membership may be considered for admission. HND graduates with minimum of 5 years post- qualification experience may also be considered for admission.

In addition to the above requirements, applicants must satisfy the ‘O’ Level first degree matriculation requirements of the University of Ibadan i.e five O’

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level credit passes at one sitting or six O’ level credit passes at two sittings including English Language OR Teacher Certificate Grade II obtained between 1967 and 1981 with merit or credit passes in English Language and four other relevant matriculation subjects.

(iii)Duration

The programme can be run full-time or part-time and will extend over a minimum of three (3) Semesters for full-time studies and minimum of five

(5)semesters for part-time studies.

3.PROFESSIONAL MASTER OF ELECTION ADMINISTRATION (M.E.A)

(Department of Political Science)

(i)The Programme:

The Professional Master’s Degree programme is aimed at Teaching and Research in Election studies. It is geared towards training serving and aspiring Electoral Managers as well as people involved in organizations associated with election processes who wish to advance their knowledge, skills and expertise through specialized training in Election Administration. The long–term objectives of the programme are:

(a)To increase knowledge and enhance learning about democratic electoral processes.

(b)To promote transparency, accountability, professionalism, and efficiency in electoral processes.

(c)To generate alternative frameworks and guidance to election administrators and policy makers seeking to strengthen national electoral systems.

(d)To encourage the use of good practices in electoral administration.

(e)To identify cost-effective elements in electoral systems design and administrative practice.

(f)To highlight the innovations and encourage knowledge-sharing in electoral administration.

(ii)Target Group

The Master’s Degree in Election Administration is intended to attract students from all over Africa. The target groups are existing staff of Electoral Commissions, members and employees of political parties, members of Election Monitoring bodies within and outside Africa, as well as the interested general public.

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In addition to the above requirements, applicants must satisfy the ‘O’ Level first degree matriculation requirements of the University of Ibadan i.e five O’ level credit passes at one sitting or six O’ level credit passes at two sittings including English Language OR Teacher Certificate Grade II obtained between 1967 and 1981 with merit or credit passes in English Language and four other relevant matriculation subjects.

(iii)Duration

The Professional Master’s Degree in Election Administration is of three Semesters duration. The first two semesters will be for the taught courses and seminars while the third semester is for internship and writing of project report. The Executive Programme is of four Semesters duration.

(iv)Admission Requirements:

Admission to the M.E.A degree programme is opened to graduates of this University with at least Second Class Lower or of other approved Universities in the Social Sciences and Humanities.

4.POSTGRADUATE DIPLOMA IN ELECTION ADMINISTRATION (PGDEA)

(Department of Political Science)

The proposed Postgraduate Diploma in Election Administration is a professional diploma programme. It is a12 months taught and supervised programme requiring the presentation of a project on an important relevant area of election administration. It is geared towards training serving and aspiring Electoral Managers who wish to advance their knowledge, skills and expertise through specialized training in Election Administration

Graduates of the programme will be equipped to work in Electoral Commissions as electoral managers; as electoral machines of political parties.

Duration

The Postgraduate Diploma in Election Administration will be of two Semester duration.

The PGDEA shall be based on a set of courses of instruction and seminars, as well as on a supervised project. The programme lasts two semesters for full time candidates.

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Admission Requirements

Admission to the PGDEA programme is open to graduate of the University of Ibadan with at least Second Class Lower Degree or similar degree from other universities approved by the Senate of the University of Ibadan. Nominees with a Third Class or H.N.D. Upper or equivalent may be considered for admission.

In addition to the above requirements, applicants must satisfy the ‘O’ Level first degree matriculation requirements of the University of Ibadan i.e five O’ level credit passes at one sitting or six O’ level credit passes at two sittings including English Language OR Teacher Certificate Grade II obtained between 1967 and 1981 with merit or credit passes in English Language and four other relevant matriculation subjects.

5.MASTER OF INDUSTRIAL AND PERSONNEL RELATIONS (M.I.P.R)

(Department of Sociology)

(i)The Programme

A three-semester programme of courses shall be provided leading to the Degree of Master of Industrial and Personnel Relations (M.I.P.R.), ( formerly known as Master of Industrial and Labour Relations) (MILR). The revised programme now enriched with personnel courses enables students to specialize in any of the following areas of their choice: Industrial relations, human resource management and labour market.

(ii)Admission Requirements:

Applicants for admission to the Master of Industrial and Personnel Relations (M.I.P.R.) Programme must hold good honours Bachelor’s degree of the University of Ibadan or other recognized universities. Applicants with Higher National Diploma (at least upper credit) may be considered for admission. Selection is based on evidence that the applicant will be able to pursue creditably a programme leading to the postgraduate degree of Master of Industrial and Personnel Relations. In addition, the applicant must have work experience of at least three years. Qualified candidates with written evidence of sponsorship shall be given preference.

In addition to the above requirements, applicants must satisfy the ‘O’ Level first degree matriculation requirements of the University of Ibadan i.e. five O’ level credit passes at one sitting or six O’ level credit passes at two sittings including English Language OR Teacher Certificate Grade II obtained between 1967 and 1981 with merit or credit passes in English Language and four other relevant matriculation subjects.

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6.MASTER OF PROJECT DEVELOPMENT AND IMPLEMENTATION (M.P.D.I.) (Department of Sociology)

(i)Objectives

The course aims to provide students with analytical capacities, knowledge and skills necessary to propose, plan, implement, monitor and evaluate development projects. It seeks to enhance skills and knowledge in specialist functional areas such as social, economic and infrastructural development. It focuses attention on the characteristics of projects specific to developing countries and their links to the use of appropriate technology and sustainable processes. It also aims to develop an appreciation of the role of research in proposing, managing and evaluating projects.

(ii)Admission Requirements:

a.Candidates for admission shall be holders of a Bachelors Degree, with a minimum of Second Class Lower Division, or the Higher National Diploma (Upper Credit) from any Institution recognized by the Senate of the University of Ibadan.

b.Candidate must have a minimum of three years of post-qualification work experience.

c.Candidates must have a demonstrated track record of experience in infrastructural or human development project activities, or involvement in policy design relating to development projects.

d.In addition, candidates must provide evidence of sponsorship or availability of support for the program.

e.Candidates must satisfy the matriculation requirements of the University of Ibadan, including a Credit grade in English Language and a Pass in Mathematics at the O level examination or its equivalent.

In addition to the above requirements, applicants must satisfy the ‘O’ Level first degree matriculation requirements of the University of Ibadan i.e five O’ level credit passes at one sitting or six O’ level credit passes at two sittings including English Language OR Teacher Certificate Grade II obtained between 1967 and 1981 with merit or credit passes in English Language and four other relevant matriculation subjects.

(iii)Course Duration

The course duration is for a minimum of three semesters and a maximum of five semesters for full-time students. Part time students are expected to spend a minimum of five semesters and a maximum of seven semesters.

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7.ACADEMIC MASTER DEGREE IN RESEARCH AND PUBLIC POLICY (M.R.P.P.)

(Department of Sociology)

(i)Objectives

The goal of the programme is to produce high quality graduates equipped to pursue scholarly research that is policy relevant and/or contribute to evidence-informed policy practice.

The vision underpinning the MRPP is the value of strengthening the production of social science researchers so that they may contribute to public policy development in Sub-Saharan Africa. It was felt that a programme that provides for the development of competencies in research and public policy would generate a cadre of professionals able to work in a wide variety of settings including but not limited to government bodies, think tanks, civil society organisations, regional and international organisations, media and universities.

MRPP graduates should be able to produce social science research that can contribute to public policy and good governance, and also able to utilize research evidence in public policy development.

(i)Admission Requirements

The MRPP aims to attract a rich diversity of qualified applicants from among graduates as well as early and mid-level professionals seeking to build on their expertise. Uniform minimum eligibility criteria and a rigorous selection process will ensure that the students admitted into the programme are motivated, capable of coping with the demands of the programme and developing the required competencies.

Through the process illustrated above, universities will identify, through tests and interviews, students with a range of desirable characteristics (e.g. good analytical skills; creative; resourceful; hard working; population (gender, ethnic, religious, region, disciplinary background, previous work experience etc.) will enrich opportunities for students to learn from each other through sharing knowledge and experiences.

PASGR is developing a web-based portal that can be used for communication within and across all MRPP universities. The portal can also be used by each university for on-line applications, which will help track student profiles and identify trends in admissions over time. Students will also be expected to register on the University of Ibadan website simultaneously.

To be considered for admission into the MRPP programme, all applicants must meet the following minimum eligibility criteria:

An upper Second class Bachelor’s degree (or its equivalent CGPA), or

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A Bachelor’s degree of a lower second class, and at least 2 years of work experience in a research or policy field. Eligibility candidates will subsequently be considered using a common two-stage selection process determined by each university. The selection process should include:

Applications with:

1)personal details;

2)academic record to date;

3)academic and/or professional references; and

4)a letter of motivation.

Followed by one or more of the following:

1)personal interview;

2)written or oral examination, assignment, or task; and/or.

3)assessed group exercise.

In addition to the above requirements, applicants must satisfy the ‘O’ Level first degree matriculation requirements of the University of Ibadan i.e five O’ level credit passes at one sitting or six O’ level credit passes at two sittings including English Language OR Teacher Certificate Grade II obtained between 1967 and 1981 with merit or credit passes in English Language and four other relevant matriculation subjects.

8.PROFESSIONAL M.Sc. IN GEOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION SYSTEMS (G.I.S.)

(Department of Geography)

(i)The Programme:

This programme consists of courses taught for three semesters leading to the degree of Master of Science in Geographical Information Systems in the Department of Geography.

The aim of the Professional M.Sc. in Geographical Information Systems (GIS) is to produce well-trained professional in GIS concepts and technology with capabilities in various applications in the areas of natural resources and environmental management; rural, urban and regional planning, cartography, architecture, surveying, remote sensing, geology and location-allocation modelling.

(ii)Admission Requirements:

Admission is open to graduates of the University of Ibadan and other approved Universities recognised by Senate with a minimum of Second Class Bachelor’s degree in Sciences, Social Medicine, Agriculture and Forestry, Environmental Sciences, Social Sciences, Engineering and Urban and

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Regional Planning. Persons with professional qualifications may also be considered for admission.

In addition to the above requirements, applicants must satisfy the ‘O’ Level first degree matriculation requirements of the University of Ibadan i.e five O’ level credit passes at one sitting or six O’ level credit passes at two sittings including English Language OR Teacher Certificate Grade II obtained between 1967 and 1981 with merit or credit passes in English Language and four other relevant matriculation subjects.

9.MASTER OF MANAGERIAL PSYCHOLOGY (M.M.P) (Department Of Psychology)

(i)The Programme:

The course shall be for a minimum of three semesters for full-time and five semesterspart-time. The programme which is designed to lead to the Master of Managerial Psychology (M.M.P) is intended to be a professional preparation in the psycho-technicalaspect of Organization and Industrial Management. Candidates for the programme will be specifically trained to achieve high level of competence in the areas of Administration, Human Resource Management, Marketing, Advertising, Human Engineering, and Ergonomic, Principles in the man-machine work environment equilibrium. Job Analysis and Job Evaluation, as well as the resolution of human conflicts in industry, especially as related to other societal organizations, are also emphasized.

(ii)Admission Requirements: Admission is open to:

(a)Graduates of the University of Ibadan and other Universities with a minimum of Second Class Bachelor’s degree in the Social Sciences, Sciences, Social Medicine, Agriculture and Forestry, Environmental Sciences, Engineering, Arts, Education and Law with a minimum of three years work experience.

(i)HND graduates with a minimum of Lower Credit and a minimum of 3 years work experience.

(ii)Researchers or Managers with professional qualifications and at least three years experience and currently engaged in an industrial organization.

(iii)Candidates with the following professional qualifications: AIB, ACA, ACIS ACIB and ACC.

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(c)In addition to the above requirements, applicants must satisfy the ‘O’ Level, first degree matriculation requirements of the University of Ibadan i.e. five O’ level credit passes at one sitting or six O’ level credit passes at two sittings, including English Language OR Teacher Certificate Grade II obtained between 1967 and 1981 with merit or credit passes in English Language and four other relevant matriculation subjects.

(d)Applicants with third class, in addition to Postgraduate Diploma or Professional qualification may apply.

10.PROFESSIONAL MASTER OF SCIENCE DEGREE IN LEGAL

CRIMINOLOGY AND SECURITY PSYCHOLOGY (LCS PSYCHOLOGY)

(Department of Psychology)

(i)Admission requirements:

Candidates must be graduates of the University of Ibadan or of other approved Universities recognized by the Senate of the University or holders of equivalent qualifications.

Applicants must hold:

(a)An honours degree with at least three years work experience in relevant fields such as the Customs Department, Prison Service, Immigration Department, Legal Practice, Security Organizations, Military and Foreign Missions.

Candidate with evidence of corporate sponsorship will have added advantage.

Candidates experience may be in Corporate Private and Public Security outfits and must be Managers or in equivalent positions.

Applicants with third class, in addition to Postgraduate Diploma or Professional qualification may apply.

In addition to the above requirements, applicants must satisfy the ‘O’ Level first degree matriculation requirements of the University of Ibadan i.e five O’ level credit passes at one sitting or six O’ level credit passes at two sittings including English Language OR Teacher Certificate Grade II obtained between 1967 and 1981 with merit or credit passes in English Language and four other relevant matriculation subjects.

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FACULTY OF EDUCATION

1.MASTER IN LIBRARY AND INFORMATION STUDIES (MLIS)(Department of Library, Archival & Information Studies)

(i)Objectives:

This programme is designed to train people for professional work in various types of information institutions: Schools, Universities, Polytechnics, Public and Special Libraries; Information and Documentation Centers and other Institutions.

The Programme is designed for:

(a)Graduates who wish to enter the field of librarianship and information studies at the full professional level and also prepare themselves for research in librarianship and related disciplines.

(b)Graduates who already possess a recognized professional qualification in librarianship and other related fields and wish to upgrade their knowledge in this field or widen their interests in some other subject areas and prepare themselves for research in library and information work.

(ii)Admission Requirements:

Admission to the Master’s degree programme is open to graduates of this university or of other universities recognized by Senate. Such graduates must have a minimum of:

(a)Bachelor’s degree in Library and Information Science with a minimum of Second Class Lower division.

(b)Second Class lower division in any discipline outside librarianship

(c)Previous work experience in library will be an added advantage to applicants in all cases.

(d)All short-listed candidates will go through oral and written interview in the Department. Thus, applicants need to provide their e-mail addresses and telephone numbers for the invitation.

In addition to the above requirements, applicants must satisfy the ‘O’ Level first degree matriculation requirements of the University of Ibadan i.e five O’ level credit passes at one sitting or six O’ level credit passes at two sittings

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including English Language OR Teacher Certificate Grade II obtained between 1967 and 1981 with merit or credit passes in English Language and four other relevant matriculation subjects.

(iii)Duration

The Master’s programme in Library, Archival and Information Studies shall normally last a minimum of three semesters and a maximum of five semesters of full time study.

2.MASTER OF ARCHIVES ADMINISTRATION AND RECORDS MANAGEMENT (M.A.R.M)

Objectives:

The programme is designed to attain the following objective

To train graduates in records management in both, the private and public sectors.

To prepare graduates for research work in Archives Administration and Records Management.

To train senior personnel in Archives Administration and Records Management at an enhanced entry level of the profession.

(ii)Admission Requirements: Admission is open to:

a.Graduates of the University of Ibadan or other universities recognized by senate with a minimum of second class (lower) degree in any subject.

b.Holders of the Bachelors’ degree in Library, Archival, Information Studies with a minimum of second class lower degree.

c.Holders of the Higher National Diploma with an upper credit in Records Management and allied disciplines.

d.Experienced archivists and Records managers with lower academic qualification but with more than ten years practising experience may be considered on individual merit. Sponsorship by recognized institution will be an advantage.

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e.All short-listed candidates are required to go through oral and written interview in the Department. As such, all applicants are required to provide, an e-mail address and a telephone number for the invitation.

In addition to the above requirements, applicants must satisfy the ‘O’ Level first degree matriculation requirements of the University of Ibadan i.e five O’ level credit passes at one sitting or six O’ level credit passes at two sittings including English Language OR Teacher Certificate Grade II obtained between 1967 and 1981 with merit or credit passes in English Language and four other relevant matriculation subjects.

(iii)Duration:

The M.A.R.M programme will last a minimum of three and a maximum of five semesters of full-time study.

3.PROFESSIONAL MASTER IN HEALTH INFORMATION MANAGEMENT (M.H.I.M)

(Department of Library, Archival & Information Studies)

(i)Objectives:

The objectives of the Health Information Management programme are:

(a)To upgrade the knowledge and professional skills of Health Records Managers with the Higher National Diploma Certificate.

(b)To attract other workers in the health sector to information management in Nigeria and West Africa at large. Candidates with Master degrees in other disciplines relevant to records and information management can be considered for the M.H.I.M. programme

(c)To upgrade the academic knowledge and professional skills of various practitioners in the field.

(ii)Admission Requirements:

Admission to the programme will be opened to holders of:

(a)B.Sc. in Science-related disciplines with a minimum of second class (Lower Division).

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(b)Higher National Diploma Certificate holders with Upper Credit in Health Records Management and related disciplines who in addition have three years post-graduation work experience.

(c)Higher National Diploma Certificate holders with lower credit in Health Records management and related disciplines who in addition have five years post-graduation work experience.

(d)Other Medical professionals with the HND or equivalent qualifications or upper credit level who have three years post-graduation work experience.

(e)Exceptionally Mature Candidates who have been in the field of Health Records Management and Biostatistics for at least ten years but with a lower credit can also be considered on individual merit.

(f)All short-listed candidates are required to go through oral and written interview in the Department. All applicants are therefore required to provide an e-mail address and telephone number for the invitation.

In addition to the above requirements, applicants must satisfy the ‘O’ Level first degree matriculation requirements of the University of Ibadan i.e five O’ level credit passes at one sitting or six O’ level credit passes at two sittings including English Language OR Teacher Certificate Grade II obtained between 1967 and 1981 with merit or credit passes in English Language and four other relevant matriculation subjects.

(iii)Duration:

(a)The Master in Health Information Management (MHIM) should normally last a minimum of three semesters and a maximum of five semesters of full time study. This includes course work, practicum and project work.

4.MASTER OF PUBLISHING AND COPYRIGHT STUDIES (M.P.C.S)(Department of Library, Archival & Information Studies)

(i)Objectives:

The objectives of the Master’s degree in publishing and copyright studies are:

(a)To train publishers and copyright inspectors and administrators for the publishing and electronic media industries.

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(b)To produce postgraduate level manpower in publishing and copyright who will assume professional positions in the private and public sectors including educational institutions and in addition to direct services, will provide supervision, administration, research, and consultative services requiring advanced perspective, technical and human relations skills and competence in publishing and copyright studies.

(ii)Duration

The Master’s degree programme will last for a minimum of three semesters and maximum of five semesters of full-time study. This include course work, practicum and project work.

(iii)Admission Requirements:Candidates should hold:

(a)A good first degree (not less than second class lower division) of the University of Ibadan or other Institutions recognized by Senate.

(b)Higher National Diploma (HND) in Electronics, Printing Technology, Fine and Graphic Arts, Business, Accountancy, Computer Science, Publishing, Mass Communication and other relevant and complementary disciplines with five years post- graduate work experience in a related area will be admitted to the Terminal Degree Option (TDO).

The candidates must satisfy the O’level requirements which include at least credit in five O’level subjects including English Language.

All short listed candidates are required to go through oral and written interviews in the Department. Each applicant is required to provide ane-mail address and a telephone number for the invitation.

In addition to the above requirements, applicants must satisfy the ‘O’ Level first degree matriculation requirements of the University of Ibadan i.e five O’ level credit passes at one sitting or six O’ level credit passes at two sittings including English Language OR Teacher Certificate Grade II obtained between 1967 and 1981 with merit or credit passes in English Language and four other relevant matriculation subjects.

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5.MASTER OF SOCIAL WORK (M.S.W) (Department of Social Work)

(i)The Programme

This Programme consists of courses, taught over four semesters, (field placement inclusive) leading to the degree of Master of Social-Work (M.S.W.) in the Department of Social Work. The following areas of emphasis are offered: Health Social Work (General and Psychiatry), Community Development, Social Welfare (Family, Education, Youth, Juvenile and Criminal Justice) and Industrial Social Welfare.

(ii)Admission Requirements:

Admission to the Programme is open to graduates of the University of Ibadan or other approved Universities with not less than second class lower division. Other considerations are graduates with third class or HND (Upper Credit) plus Postgraduate Diploma in Social Work (PGDSW)/Postgraduate Diploma in Education (PGDE).

In addition to the above requirements, applicants must satisfy the ‘O’ Level first degree matriculation requirements of the University of Ibadan. i.e. ‘O’ Level credit passes in five subjects at one sitting or 6 credits at not more than two sittings including English Language.

6.POSTGRADUATE DIPLOMA IN SOCIAL WORK(Department of Social Work)

(i)The programme

This programme consists of courses, taught over two semesters leading to Postgraduate Diploma in Social Work (PGDSW) in the Department of Social Work.

(ii)Admission Requirements

Admission to the programme is open to candidates who hold University degree with minimum of third class in any discipline or any approved equivalent professional qualifications recognized by the Senate of the University of Ibadan. Candidates with relevant professional qualifications such as HND Social Work with minimum of

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upper credit or other related disciplines and approved equivalent qualifications are eligible for admission.

In addition to the above requirements, applicants must satisfy the ‘O’ Level first degree matriculation requirements of the University of Ibadan i.e five O’ level credit passes at one sitting or six O’ level credit passes at two sittings including English Language OR Teacher Certificate Grade II obtained between 1967 and 1981 with merit or credit passes in English Language and four other relevant matriculation subjects.

7.MASTER OF PERSONNEL PSYCHOLOGY (M.P.P.) (Department of Guidance & Counseling)

(i)The Programme

This programme consists of courses taught over three semesters and designed to equip its graduates with necessary psychological skills to man the Human Resources Departments of modern organizations.

(ii)Admission Requirements:

Admission to the programme is open to graduates of the University of

Ibadan or other recognized Universities. Preference would be given to candidates with first degree in Counseling, Psychology, Sociology, Economics, Political Science, Agriculture & Forestry, Environmental Science, Computer and Information Science, Arts, Education, Business Administration, Marketing, Law and Engineering with a maximum of 2 years working experience. Candidates with recognized professional qualifications such as AIB, ACA, ACCA, ACIS, CIPM and HND holders (minimum of lower credit) with at least three years work experience are also eligible to apply. Evidence of sponsorship from reputable organizations will be added advantage.

In addition to the above requirements, applicants must satisfy the ‘O’ Level and first degree matriculation requirements of the University of Ibadan i.e. ‘O’ Level Credit passes in five subjects at not more than two sittings including English Language OR Teacher Certificate Grade

IIobtained between 1967 and 1981 with merit or credit passes in English Language and four other relevant matriculation subjects.

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8.MASTER OF LITERACY TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT (M.L.T.D.)(Department Of Adult Education)

(i)Admission Requirements:

(a)Candidates for admission for MLTD shall normally be first- degree graduates of the University of Ibadan or other Universities duly recognized by Senate with their degrees in Education, Humanities, Social Science, Agriculture, Health and Natural Sciences.

(b)Under exceptional situations, candidates who have suitable academic qualifications other than those stated above and who have several years of experience in responsible positions and in relevant agencies/establishments may be admitted.

In addition to the above requirements, applicants must satisfy the ‘O’ Level and first degree matriculation requirements of the University of Ibadan i.e five O’ level credit passes at one sitting or six O’ level credit passes at two sittings including English Language OR Teacher Certificate Grade II obtained between 1967 and 1981 with merit or credit passes in English Language and four other relevant matriculation subjects.

(ii)Duration

(a)The full-time M.L.T.D programme shall normally last a minimum of three semesters.

(b)Part-time candidates would normally be required to spend a minimum of five semesters from the time of first registration.

9. POSTGRADUATE DIPLOMA IN TEACHING IN HIGHER EDUCATION (P.G.D.T.H.E.)

(Department Of Teacher Education)

Candidates shall be holders of a first degree, M.A., M.Sc. and Ph.D. and must in addition, be teachers at a higher educational institution. This includes

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Universities, Colleges of Education, Polytechnics, and any other higher Education that may be recognized by the Senate of the University of Ibadan. The programme accommodates candidates from all areas of Specialization.

Apart from general requirements, applicants for Science Education, Mathematics Education, Educational Technology, Sociology of Education and Social Studies Education are required to possess credit in Mathematics while others should possess at least a pass.

In addition to the above requirements, applicants must satisfy the ‘O’ Level first degree matriculation requirements of the University of Ibadan i.e five O’ level credit passes at one sitting or six O’ level credit passes at two sittings including English Language OR Teacher Certificate Grade II obtained between 1967 and 1981 with merit or credit passes in English Language and four other relevant matriculation subjects.

10.MASTER OF REHABILITATION OF EXCEPTIONAL PERSONS (M.R.E.P)

(Department of Special Education)

Candidates must have a good and relevant first degree in the following areas: Education, Sociology, Sciences, Psychology, Political Science, Community Health, Psychiatry, Rehabilitation Teachers, Severe Special Needs Nursing, Human Development.

Candidates with Higher National Diploma (H.N.D) in relevant discipline plus two years cognate experience will be considered for admission.

In addition to the above requirements, applicants must satisfy the ‘O’ Level first degree matriculation requirements of the University of Ibadan i.e five O’ level credit passes at one sitting or six O’ level credit passes at two sittings including English Language OR Teacher Certificate Grade II obtained between 1967 and 1981 with merit or credit passes in English Language and four other relevant matriculation subjects.

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11.PROFESSIONAL MASTER OF MEDIA RESOURCES MANAGEMENT (M.M.R.M)

(Centre for Educational Media Resource Studies)Objective:

The degree of Master in Media Resource Management is to produce

professionally qualified media specialists to run the school library media

centres at the primary and secondary school levels, manage the state and national education resource centres, establish and run the resources for the external study programmes, the media houses and National Information Centres among others.

(i)Admission Requirements:

Admission to the programme shall normally be open to recognized graduates with one of these qualifications of the University of Ibadan or of other universities approved by the Senate of the University of Ibadan.

(ii)BLS with a minimum of 2nd Class (Lower Division)

(iii)B.Ed with a minimum of 2nd Class (Lower Division)

(iv)B.A./B.Sc. (Humanities and Science) with a minimum of 2nd Class Lower Division.

(v)BLS, B.Ed., B.A., B.Sc., 3rd class plus Postgraduate Diploma

(vi)H.N.D. with at least 3 years post qualification experience.

In addition to the above requirements, applicants must satisfy the ‘O’ Level first degree matriculation requirements of the University of Ibadan i.e five O’ level credit passes at one sitting or six O’ level credit passes at two sittings including English Language OR Teacher Certificate Grade II obtained between 1967 and 1981 with merit or credit passes in English Language and four other relevant matriculation subjects.

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AFRICA REGIONAL CENTRE FOR INFORMATION SCIENCE (ARCIS)

1.MASTER OF INFORMATION SCIENCE (M.Inf.Sc.) (Academic) (Africa Regional Centre for Information Science) (A.R.C.I.S)

(i)Background

The Africa Regional Centre for Information Science (ARCIS) undertakes research, trains high-level human resources through formal degree programmes, and provides consultancy services in information science and technologies, development and management of information systems, and development of information products, services and policies.

(ii)Objectives

This is an academic programmes that aims to:

(i)Develop students’ knowledge and skills in conducting high-level research in information science and systems.

(ii)Equip students with the skills for training and developing human resources in information science and systems for academia and industry;

(iii)Produce graduates with the versatility and innovativeness to assume leadership positions in research and training environments in the information industry.

Target Group

University graduates who are interested in pursuing academic and research careers in information science and systems.

(iii)Admission Requirements:

Applicants to the programme must possess any of the following minimum qualifications:

(a)Second Class (Upper or Lower) degree in any discipline; or

(b)In addition to the requirement in (a) above, possession of a Master’s degree in any discipline will be an added advantage.

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In addition to the above requirements, applicants must satisfy the ‘O’ Level first degree matriculation requirements of the University of Ibadan i.e five O’ level credit passes at one sitting or six O’ level credit passes at two sittings including English Language OR Teacher Certificate Grade II obtained between 1967 and 1981 with merit or credit passes in English Language and four other relevant matriculation subjects.

(iv)Duration and mode of study

The programme will normally last for a minimum of three and a maximum of six semesters of full-time study, no part-time registration shall be allowed.

2.MASTER OF INFORMATION RESOURCES MANAGEMENT (MIRM) (Africa Regional Centre for Information Science) (Professional)

(i)Objectives:

This is a professional programme that aims to:

a)Develop the students’ knowledge and skills for professional careers in information technology and systems and management positions in the information industry.

b)Produce graduates with generic data, information, knowledge and information technology management skills, along with specialized knowledge and skills in specified areas in the information industry.

c)Produce graduates with adequate versatility, innovativeness and confidence to assume leadership positions at middle to top managerial position in the information industry.

Target Group

University graduates or higher national diplomats, or equivalents who are interested in pursuing professional and managerial careers in information sciences, technology and systems.

(ii)Admission Requirements:

Applicants to the programme must possess any of the following minimum qualifications, or equivalents, obtained from institutions approved by Senate:

a)Second Class honours degree in any discipline;

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b)Third Class in any discipline, plus an academic or professional master’s degree in any discipline.

c)Higher National Diploma (HND) at Upper Credit classification.

In addition to the above requirements, applicants must satisfy the ‘O’ Level first degree matriculation requirements of the University of Ibadan i.e five O’ level credit passes at one sitting or six O’ level credit passes at two sittings including English Language OR Teacher Certificate Grade II obtained between 1967 and 1981 with merit or credit passes in English Language and four other relevant matriculation subjects.

(iii)Duration and Mode of Study

The programme will normally la st for a minimum of five and a maximum of eight semesters of part-time study.

Please note that the part-time does not mean a weekend only programme but lesser workload per semester than the full-time

(iv)Areas of Specialisation in the Programme

(1)Corporate Knowledge Management

(2)Database Design and Administration

(3)Web Application Development

(4)Information Management Practice

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FACULTY OF AGRICULTURE AND FORESTRY

1. PROFESSIONAL DEGREE MASTER OF AGRICULTURAL POLICY

AND ADMINISTRATION (M.A.P.A.)

(Department of Agricultural Economics)

(i)Programme

The M.A.P.A. is designed to assist candidates in gaining managerial and administrative skills and competence for careers in Agriculture and Rural Development in government, agribusiness, industry, banks/financial institutions and international organizations.

(ii)Admission Requirements:

(a)B.Sc. degree with at least two years work experience with relevant organizations.

(b)H.N.D. in Agriculture, Animal Health and Production with five years work experience in relevant organizations.

(c)D.V.M. or equivalent qualifications with similar experience as above.

In addition to the above requirements, applicants must satisfy the ‘O’ level first degree matriculation requirements of the University of Ibadan, i.e. five O’ level credit passes at one sitting or six O’ level credit passes at two sittings including English Language, Mathematics, Chemistry and Biology and any other two Science subjects.

(iii) Duration

Full-Time

Three semesters

Part-Time

Four semesters

Part-Time courses will be taught on Fridays and Saturdays. One semester is for industrial attachment in each category.

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2.PROFESSIONAL DEGREE MASTER OF AGROFORESTRY (M.A.F.) (Department of Forest Resources Management)

(i)Programme:

This is a two-year Master’s degree programme. It combines both course work and project research. Candidates will be required to undertake field research lasting between 3 and 9 months at the end of which a dissertation will be written and submitted for assessment. The Professional Master of Agroforestry is a terminal Degree.

(ii)Admission Requirements:

The Professional Master of Agroforestry is open to candidates with Second Class (Lower Division). Third Class or Pass Degree or Higher National Diploma Degree in the relevant subject area.

In addition to the above requirements, applicants must satisfy the ‘O’ level first degree matriculation requirements of the University of Ibadan, i.e. five O’ level credit passes at one sitting or six O’ level credit passes at two sittings including English Language, Mathematics, Chemistry and Biology and any other two Science subjects.

3.POSTGRADUATE DIPLOMA IN AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION (Department of Agricultural Extension & Rural Development)

(i). The Programme:

This programme is designed for mid-career extension practitioners to assist in gaining skills and competencies required for career in Agricultural Extension and Rural Development in Public and Private Organizations.

(ii)Eligibility:

(a)Graduate of Agriculture, Social Sciences, The Sciences, Education and Humanities involved in extension work.

(b)HND in Agriculture and other related disciplines with one year experience in relevant organizations

In addition to the above requirements, applicants must satisfy the ‘O’ level first degree matriculation requirements of the University of Ibadan, i.e. five

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O’ level credit passes at one sitting or six O’ level credit passes at two sittings including English Language, Mathematics, Chemistry and Biology and any other two Science subjects.

Duration:

Three semesters. This includes three months for industrial attachment.

4.POSTGRADUATE DIPLOMA IN BIODIVERSITY MANAGEMENT PROGRAMME

(Department of Wildlife & Ecotourism Management)

(i)Admission Requirement:

Applicants will be required to have either a minimum of first degree in Agriculture, the Sciences, Forestry, Wildlife Management, Fisheries Management and Conservation and Tourism Management of the University of Ibadan or any other recognized Universities.

Or an HND (with O’ level Credit Pass in English and Mathematics) in Tourism, Agriculture, Sciences, Forestry Wildlife Management, Fisheries Management and three years relevant experience.

In addition to the above requirements, applicants must satisfy the ‘O’ level first degree matriculation requirements of the University of Ibadan, i.e. five O’ level credit passes at one sitting or six O’ level credit passes at two sittings including English Language, Mathematics, Chemistry and Biology and any other two Science subjects.

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FACULTY OF TECHNOLOGY

1.PROFESSIONAL DEGREE MASTER OF SCIENCE (M.Sc.) DEGREE IN MICROPROCESSOR & CONTROL ENGINEERING.

(Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering)

(i)The Programme:

The Professional Master’s degree (M.Sc.) in Microprocessor and Control Engineering is aimed at providing suitably qualified candidates with a deeper understanding and a longer practice in the fields of Microprocessor and Control Engineering.

The programme will also be useful in updating the knowledge of professional Engineers in the fields of Electronics & Control Engineering.

(ii)Admission Requirements:

(a)Full Time Programme: Admission to the full time programme shall be open to the graduates of the University of Ibadan or other Universities recognized by the Senate who possess a good honours degree in Electrical/Electronics Engineering or other related disciplines such as Physics, Mathematics and other Engineering courses.

(b)Executive Work Study Programme: Candidates for the executive programme must possess a good honours degree and relevant industrial experience of not less than 10 years and must satisfy the ‘O’ Level requirements for First Degree matriculation of the University of Ibadan, i.e five ‘O’ Level credit passes at ONE sitting or 6 ‘O’ Level credit passes at not more than TWO sittings including English Language, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and any other Science subject.

(c)Candidates for the executive programme with HND upper credit and above/equivalent qualifications must possess relevant industrial experience of not less than 10 years.

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(iii)Duration

Full Time Programme: The professional M.Sc. programme shall last a minimum of three semesters for full-time students.

(b)Executive Work Study Programme: The executive programme

shall be for a minimum of six semesters: four semesters for course work and two semesters for project.

2.PROFESSIONAL DEGREE MASTER OF SCIENCE (M.Sc.) IN ENERGY TECHNOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT

(Department of Mechanical Engineering)

(i)Admission Requirements:

Candidates for admission into the programme shall be first degree holders in engineering of the University of Ibadan or other Universities recognized by the Senate of the University of Ibadan.

Candidates with the Postgraduate or equivalent professional qualification in engineering or related disciplines and who have had at least two years of relevant industrial experience shall also be considered for admission. Candidates must fulfill all admission requirements for matriculation into the University of Ibadan.

In addition to the above requirements, applicants must satisfy the ‘O’ level first degree matriculation requirements of the University of Ibadan, i.e. five O’level credit passes at one sitting or six O’level credit passes at two sittings including English Language, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and any other Science subject.

(ii)Duration of the Programme

The duration of the programme shall be a minimum of three and a maximum of five semesters for the full time students while part-time students will normally be expected to spend a minimum of five and a maximum of seven semesters.

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3. PROFESSIONAL DEGREE MASTER OF BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING

(Department of Mechanical Engineering)

Admission Requirements

Candidates for admission into the Academic Master’s Degree programme shal1 be first degree holders (minimum of Second Class Lower) in Engineering, Sciences, Veterinary Medicine,

Medicine, Dentistry and Clinical Sciences of the University of lbadan or of other Universities recognised by Senate of the University of Ibadan. Those to be admitted for the

Professional Master’s Degree Programme should

have

a minimum of HND Lower

Credit. Holders of Higher National Diploma may

also apply

for

Postgraduate Certificate

or Postgraduate Diploma programme. Candidates

must

fulfil

all

admission requirements

for matriculation into the University of Ibadan.

Admission to the programme shall normally be at the beginning of each academic session. All registration formalities shall normally be done at the beginning of the first semester as required by the University for Postgraduate training.

Programme Duration

The duration of the programmes shall be as follows:

(i)Postgraduate Certificate- a minimum of one semester and a maximum of two semesters for the full time students while part time students will normally be expected to spend a minimum of two semesters and a maximum four semesters.

(ii)Postgraduate Diploma- a minimum of two semesters and a maximum of four semesters for the full time students while part time students will normally be expected to spend a minimum four semesters and a maximum of six semesters.

(iii)Master’s- a minimum of four semesters and a maximum of six semesters for the full time students while part time students will normally be expected to spend a minimum of six semesters and a maximum of eight semesters.

3.PROFESSIONAL DEGREE MASTER IN MECHANIZATION AND POST HARVEST TECHNOLOGY (M.Sc in MPT)

(Department of Agricultural and Environmental Engineering)

(i)Duration of the Programme:

The minimum period study is three (3) semesters for full-time and five

(5)semesters for part-time. The maximum time required for

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graduation is five (5) semesters and seven (7) semesters for full-time andpart-time respectively.

(ii)Admission Requirements

Graduates holding at least a first degree in Engineering, Science, Agricultural and food related disciplines. Candidates with a good honors degree in less relevant subjects but with relevant working experiences may be considered. In all circumstances, evidence of relevant in-service training will be an advantage. HND holders with Postgraduate Diploma in relevant disciplines and minimum of three (3) years post-qualification experience will also be considered.

In addition to the above requirements, applicants must satisfy the ‘O’ level first degree matriculation requirements of the University of Ibadan, i.e. five O’level credit passes at one sitting or six O’level credit passes at two sittings including English Language, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and any other Science subject.

4.PROFESSIONAL DEGREE MASTER OF SCIENCE IN WOOD TECHNOLOGY (M.Sc WOOD TECHNOLOGY)

(Department of Agricultural and Environmental Engineering)

(i)The programme

The minimum of study is three (3) semesters for full-time and five

(5)semesters for part-time. The maximum time require for graduation is five (5) semesters and seven (7) semesters for full-time and part-time respectively.

(ii)Admissions Requirements

Graduates holding a honours degree in Wood Products Engineering, Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Forestry, Agriculture and relevant fields of Engineering other than Wood Products Engineering. HND holders with Postgraduate Diploma in relevant disciplines and minimum of 3 yearspost-qualification experience will also be considered.

In addition to the above requirements, applicants must satisfy the ‘O’ level first degree matriculation requirements of the University of Ibadan, i.e. five O’level

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credit passes at one sitting or six O’level credit passes at two sittings including English Language, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and any other Science subject.

5.PROFESSIONAL DEGREE MASTER OF ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT (M.E.M)

(Department of Industrial and Production Engineering)

(i)The programme

The professional Master of Engineering Management (M.E.M) Programme provides a blend of advanced engineering and business education aimed at preparing Engineers for effective participation in the management of engineering and technology-basedorganizations, and management of technological change. The programme is structured such that candidates can specialize in any of the following options: Ergonomics and Safety Management, Logistics and Supply Chain Management, Project Management, orMaintenance Management.

(ii)Admission Requirements

Applicants should normally possess an engineering honours degree from a recognized University with a minimum of two (2) years post graduation work experience.

HND graduates with a minimum of 5 years work experience may be considered.

In addition to the above requirements, applicants must satisfy the ‘O’ level first degree matriculation requirements of the University of Ibadan, i.e. five O’level credit passes at one sitting or six O’level credit passes at two sittings including English Language, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and any other Science subject.

(iii)Duration of study

Full Time: The duration of the programme shall be a minimum of three semesters for thefull-time students

Part Time: The duration of the programme shall be a minimum of five semesters for thepart-time students.

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6.PROFESSIONAL DEGREE OF MASTER OF SCIENCE IN CONSTRUCTION PROJECT MANAGEMENT (M.Sc. CPM)

(Department of Civil Engineering)

(i)The Programme

The programme aims to enhance candidates’ understanding of managing projects for construction professionals in practice and client organisations, helping to support them in their professional capacity to contribute to the successful and timely delivery of construction projects. Candidates shall be motivated and equipped to play leading roles in construction projects management, engage effectively in improving the process through which companies, practices and projects are managed, and which in turn, manage the creation of the built environment.

(ii)Admission Requirement

A minimum of Second Class Degree (Lower Division) from a recognised University, in relevant subject areas and at least two years cognate work experience. Applications may be considered from candidates who have Higher National Diploma with a minimum of Lower Credit and at least four years extensive in the Construction Industry at the Management level.

In addition to the above requirements, applicants must satisfy the ‘O’ level first degree matriculation requirements of the University of Ibadan, i.e. five O’level credit passes at one sitting or six O’level credit passes at two sittings including English Language, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and any other Science subject.

(iii)Duration of Course

The duration of the programme shall be a minimum of three semesters of full-time study or five semesters of part-time academic work.

(iv)Collaboration

The University of Ibadan has separate collaborative agreements with the University of West of England (UWE) and University of Wolverhampton (UoW), both in the UK based on Credit Recognition regarding the programme. Course credits may be transferred from the award of the degree of the respective universities. Successful candidates are to spend at least one Semester in UWE or UoW. However, candidates must satisfy the requirements governing the award of degrees in the particular institution selected. From 2016/2017 session, candidates interested in undergoing the programme fully in the University of Ibadan may also apply. Those who intend to obtain either the Postgraduate Certificate (PGC) or/and Postgraduate Diploma (PGD) should apply for only the UoW programme. Such candidates for PGC and PGD need not have post-graduation experience. The PGD obtained from UoW can be used for admission into the M.Sc. CPM of UoW.

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FACULTY OF PHARMACY

1.PROFESSIONAL MASTER DEGREE OF PHARMACY (M.PHARM) (Department of Clinical Pharmacy)

(i)Programme:

The main purpose of the Academic Master of Pharmacy (M.Pharm) degree in the Faculty of Pharmacy, is to offer intensive training to graduate pharmacists with B. Pharm Degree to acquire expertise in the dynamic concepts of pharmacy with special reference to Clinical Pharmacy.

(ii)Admission Requirements:

(a)Admission to M.Pharm degree in Clinical Pharmacy is open to candidates with a degree in Pharmacy of the University of Ibadan and any other University recognized by the Senate of the University of Ibadan.

(b)Such candidates must be registered Pharmacists by the Pharmacist Council of Nigeria.

In addition to the above requirements, applicants must satisfy the ‘O’ level first degree matriculation requirements of the University of Ibadan, i.e. five O’level credit passes at one sitting or six O’level credit passes at two sittings including English Language, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and any other Science subject.

(iii)Duration:-

The minimum periods of study will be 3 semesters full-time.

2.POSTGRADUATE DIPLOMA IN HERBAL MEDICINE (PGDHM) (Department of Pharmacognosy)

(i)The Programme

The philosophy of the programme is to produce healthcare professionals who will provide health care using locally available resources. The programme will bring to bear the knowledge of Science and Technology for sustainable development of herbal medicine in Nigeria and in the West African sub-region. The programme will

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focus heavily on standardization of herbal products, introduction of good manufacturing and formulation practices and also bring to the knowledge of practitioners the wealth of standardized, safe and efficacious phytomedicines already in clinical practice within and outside the country.

(ii)Objectives

(i)To train the students in the art of modern medicine practice by bringing Science and Technology to bear on the practice in Nigeria.

(ii)To motivate the students towards herbal drug production as trained herbal producers thereby increasing the inventory of available drug products in the country and gradually creating a credible Nigeria herbal drug industry.

(iii)To offer training in good manufacturing practices and standardization in order to enhance safety, potency and quality of herbal products.

(iv)To introduce graduates and qualified practitioners of Herbal medicine to scientific techniques of medicinal plant quality assurance.

(iii)Admission Requirements:

Candidates for the Postgraduate Diploma in Herbal Medicine must fulfill the requirements of the Postgraduate School of the University of Ibadan as well as meet one of the requirements (a or b) specified below and any other conditions that may be required by the University of Ibadan Postgraduate School from time to time.

A first degree in Pharmacy, Medicine, Nursing, Botany, Chemistry, Biochemistry, Microbiology, Agriculture/Forestry, Zoology and other acceptable science related disciplines of the University of Ibadan or any other recognized University.

Higher National Diploma (HND) at least Lower Credit in acceptable science – based courses.

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3.MASTERS’ OF DRUG DEVELOPMENT AND REGULATORY PHARMACY (MDDRP) (Part-Time)

(Centre For Drug Discovery, Development and Production)

(i)The Programme

The aim of this programme is to provide professionals working within the pharmaceutical industry, government, academia, and relevant professions with core knowledge of the scientific, regulatory, clinical, ethical, and social issues relevant to the discovery, development, production, evaluation, registration, and promotion of medicines. The Programme also aims in building capacity to enhance local manufacturing and availability of prequalified facilities for drug manufacturing under internationally acceptable regulatory guidelines. The social goal of the programme is to improve the quality of health care by developing and promoting skills that hasten the development and supply of new therapeutic agents, and to assist in optimizing the use of existing medicines and devices in order to maximize their benefits and minimize risks.

(ii)Admission Requirements

Candidates for admission for the Masters’ degree in Drug Development and Regulatory Pharmacy (MDDRP) must fulfill the requirements of the Postgraduate School of the University of Ibadan as well as meet the requirements specified below and any other conditions that may be required by the University of Ibadan Postgraduate School from time to time.

Graduates holding a Postgraduate Diploma in Drug Development (PDDD) with a minimum CGPA of 4.0 on a scale of 7.0 or its equivalent, in addition to a first degree (Honours) in Pharmacy, Medicine, Veterinary Medicine, Nursing, Botany, Chemistry, Biochemistry, Microbiology, Biology, Physiology, Anatomy, Agriculture/Forestry, Agric. Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Petroleum Engineering, Food Technology, Zoology and other acceptable science related disciplines of the University of Ibadan or other recognised universities are eligible to apply. Candidates must also satisfy the O’ level requirements for their respective degree programmes in accordance with University of Ibadan regulations; that is five O’ level credit passes at one sitting or six O’ level credit passes at two sittings including English Language and any other science subjects.

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4.POSTGRADUATE DIPLOMA IN DRUG DEVELOPMENT (Centre For Drug Discovery, Development and Production)

(i)The Programme

The aim of this programme is to provide professionals working within the pharmaceutical industry, government, academia, and relevant professions with core knowledge of the scientific, regulatory, clinical, ethical, and social issues relevant to the discovery, development, production, evaluation, registration, and promotion of medicines. The Programme also aims in building capacity to enhance local manufacturing and availability of prequalified facilities for drug manufacturing under internationally acceptable regulatory guidelines. The social goal of the programme is to improve the quality of health care by developing and promoting skills that hasten the development and supply of new therapeutic agents, and to assist in optimizing the use of existing medicines and devices in order to maximize their benefits and minimize risks.

(ii)Admission Requirements

Candidates for admission for the Postgraduate Diploma in Drug Development (PDDD) must fulfill the requirements of the Postgraduate School of the University of Ibadan as well as meet the requirements specified below and any other conditions that may be required by the University of Ibadan Postgraduate School from time to time.

a)A first degree (minimum of a third class) in Pharmacy, Medicine, Veterinary Medicine, Nursing, Botany, Chemistry, Biochemistry, Microbiology, Biology, Physiology, Anatomy, Agriculture/Forestry, Agric. Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Petroleum Engineering, Food Technology, Zoology and other acceptable science related disciplines of the University of Ibadan or other recognised university.

b)Higher National Diploma (HND) (at least Lower Credit) in acceptable science-basedsubjects.

c)Candidates must also satisfy the O’ level requirements for their respective degree and diploma programmes in accordance with University of Ibadan regulations; that is five O’ level credit passes at one sitting or six O’ level credit passes at two sittings including English Language and any other science subjects.

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5.POSTGRADUATE DIPLOMA IN DRUG ANALYSIS (Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry)

The programme shall be designated Postgraduate Diploma in Drug Analysis (PDDA).

Objectives

To provide practicing analytical scientists with the opportunity to enhance their capability and leverage in the performance of their professional duties.

To satisfy the consumer needs of the Nigerian Pharmaceutical Industry as the programme aims at producing on a regular basis the requisite manpower at this specialist level that can serve the needs of the Pharmaceutical Industry.

To enhance their pre-qualification profile for recognition as analysts by regulatory bodies.

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FACULTY OF PUBLIC HEALTH

1.PROFESSIONAL DEGREE MASTER OF PUBLIC HEALTH (M.P.H.) IN ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH

(Department of Environmental Health Sciences)

Environmental health is a multidisciplinary subject and cuts across all sections and all levels of society. There is a growing public awareness on the need for environmental pollution control and protection of populations from the impact of environmental hazards. Environmental problems are hitherto being tackled by specialist groups belonging to a variety of disciplines in isolation. There is the need to train professionals at an advanced level using a multidisciplinary approach. The programme is thus intended to train people with various backgrounds in science, engineering and social sciences to tackle the most commonly occurring environmental problems with a view of safeguarding the health of communities.

(i)Aims and Objectives:

To prepare at Master’s degree level public health practitioners with specialization in Environmental Health to undertake:

(a)Administration, policy formulation, planning, direction and evaluation of environmental health activities, particularly in Ministries of Health, Environment, Works and Housing, Education, Manufacturing Industries, and others dealing with Environment.

(b)Teaching of environmental health in Universities, Institutions, Schools of Health, Technology, other Schools and in communities.

(c)Challenging tasks in Local Governments, industries and organizations to alleviate the environmental problems.

(d)Research to improve the quality of environment and to prevent diseases in communities and work places.

(e)Liaison with health-related agencies concerned with environmental problems and to introduce environmental health education.

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(ii)Admission Requirement:

(a)Candidates for admission to the degree shall normally be graduates of this University or any other Institution recognized by the Senate of the University of Ibadan.

(b)A Bachelors degree in the Sciences viz Chemistry, Microbiology, Botany,

Geology;

Applied Sciences viz Geography, Biochemistry, Physiology,

Pharmacy,

Pharmacology; Medicine/Medical Sciences; and Technology

particularly Civil and Chemical Engineering(with at least a 2nd class). Other

related disciplines may be considered depending on the level of competition and

availability of space.

(c)Experience in health, education, social welfare or other appropriate Ministry, Agency or Institution may be an added advantage.

(d)Applicants with additional postgraduate experience shall have added Advantage.

(iii)Duration:

The M.P.H degree course lasts two academic sessions, and it is equivalent in status

to M.Phil degree.

PROFESSIONAL MASTER’S IN SAFETY, HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENT (MSHE). (Department of Environmental Health Sciences).

The Professional Master’s in Safety, Health and Environment is designed majorly to produce Safety Practitioners who will be able to identify, assess and solve safety, health and environmental problems which arise in the workplace through the principles of good management practices. It is geared towards providing higher capacity skilled manpower, trained specifically for promoting health and preventing illness through applying scientific skills for better management of environmental hazards.

The long-term objectives of the programme are to:

1.produce graduates with requisite skills to identify hazards in the work place.

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2.train graduates on design strategies for preventing and controlling hazards in the workplace so as to minimise injuries and associated health effects.

3.equip graduates with modern techniques of industrial hygiene and good manufacturing practices (GMP).

4.turn out graduates with relevant skills in risk communication and management.

5.produce high level manpower with sound knowledge and capacity to handle

environmental audit in the work place.

Target Groups

The Professional Master’s in Safety, Health and Environment, is intended to attract students

from all over Africa and beyond. The target groups are industry workers who are in the Health,

Safety and Environment (HSE) Departments as well as those in related Departments. Other

categories of persons targeted for the course include Managers of HSE firms and other

environmental agencies that require higher degree for career advancement.

Duration

The course shall be run as a full-time Professional Masters programme. The duration for the

completion of the course shall be of three semesters.

Admission Requirements

Applicants to the programme must satisfy the matriculation requirements of the University of

Ibadan for their cognate disciplines.

Other requirements:

a.Candidates for admission shall be holders of first degree from the University of Ibadan or other Universities approved by the Senate of the University in the Sciences, Social Sciences and Engineering. Candidates with Higher National Diploma (Upper Credit) in relevant fields shall be considered for Admission. Possession of Postgraduate Diploma in relevant fields shall be an added advantage.

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Candidates eligible for admission should be currently employees of industries and other related agencies and organisations. Independent candidates must have cognate post- graduation experience of minimum of three years. In addition to the above requirements, applicants must satisfy the ‘O’ level first degree matriculation requirements of the University of Ibadan, i.e. five O’ level credit passes at one sitting or six O’ level credit passes at two sittings including English Language and any other relevant Subjects.

2.PROFESSIONAL DEGREE MASTER OF PUBLIC HEALTH (M.P.H) IN FIELD EPIDEMIOLOGY

(Department of Epidemiology and Medical Statistics)

(i)Broad Objectives:

The broad goal of this training program is to foster the professional development of core competencies in epidemiology with practical application of the basic principles and skills within the health systems at all its levels. The program will build the capacity of participants with basic skills in epidemiology, disease surveillance methods, epidemiological and quantitative techniques. This will prepare the graduates of the program for careers as professional field epidemiologists in local, State and Federal levels of the health system, medical research institutions and within public health and disease control programs.

(ii)Specific Objectives:

At the end of the course, participants should be able to:

(a)Demonstrate advanced knowledge of the principles, theories and methods in field epidemiology and apply them correctly, particularly during the investigation of disease outbreaks.

(b)Acquire skills in field epidemiology for disease surveillance, high priority disease control and eradication of programs in Nigeria.

(c)Acquire skills in the preparation of protocols and research proposals for evaluation of various disease control and eradication programs.

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(d)Acquire competence in the organization, management and analysis of health, disease and other medical data using microcomputers and contemporary epidemiological and statistical software packages. The knowledge will be sufficient enough to detect causative agents/factors and make practical recommendations.

(e)Acquire competence to apply epidemiological methods to solve unexpected public health problems needing immediate response to protect community’s health and address its concerns.

(iii)Admission Requirements:

The course is open to medical graduates of recognized Universities. Graduates of the applied medical sciences with a minimum of Second Class Upper Degree qualifications will also be considered for the course. Such candidates with other qualifications must have demonstrable track record of experience in the practice of Public Health and Epidemiology. All candidates will be invited for an admission interview. Prospective candidates must have obtained a NYSC certificate or an exemption and must provide evidence of sponsorship or availability of support for the course. However, graduate of Anatomy, Physiology, Biochemistry, Zoology and Botany will not be considered for admission and therefore need not apply.

(iv)Work experience:

The candidate must have served in health, education, or social welfare agency/ministry for a minimum period of two years continuously after having received his or her basic degree.

3.PROFESSIONAL DEGREE MASTER OF PUBLIC HEALTH (M.P.H) IN FIELD EPIDEMIOLOGY PRACTICE

This programme fashioned after the Epidemiology Intelligence Service has the broad goal to foster professional development of practicing epidemiologists at national, state, and local government departments of health. The programme is organized in collaboration between the University of Ibadan; United States Centre for Disease Control and Prevention and Federal Ministry of Health. Other collaborators are the Ministry of Agriculture and Natural Resources and other international agencies.

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(i)Specific Objectives:

At the end of the programme, participants should be able to:

(a)Demonstrated competence in field surveillance activities.

(b)Organize, manage and evaluate public health surveillance system.

(c)Acquire competence in the management of epidemiological projects.

(d)Implement an epidemiologic intelligence system.

(i)MPH Medical Epidemiology (MPHMEP)

This track is open to medical graduates of recognized Universities.

Specific Requirements: for each track.

(ii)MPH Laboratory Epidemiology (MPHLEP):

This tract is open for graduates of the medical and laboratory sciences who has obtained a minimum of second class honours from a University recognized by the Senate of the University of Ibadan. Candidates must possess the professional registration of the Institute of Medical Laboratory Sciences of Nigeria.

(iii)MPH Veterinary Epidemiology (MPHVEP)

This track is open for graduates of Veterinary Medicine from a recognized University.

Admission Requirements:

In addition to the above requirements, candidates for all tracks;

Must be currently employed by a Federal, State, or Local Government Department, agency or parastatal.

Must show evidence of release to pursue the programme.

Must have been confirmed or working for at least 2 years current employment.

Must have at last a credit in English at O’levels.

In addition to the above requirements, applicants must satisfy the ‘O’ level first degree matriculation requirements of the University of Ibadan, i.e. five O’ level credit passes at one sitting or six O’ level credit passes at two sittings including English Language and any other relevant Subjects.

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4.PROFESSIONAL MASTERS DEGREE OF PUBLIC HEALTH (M.P.H) IN MEDICAL DEMOGRAPHY

(i)Objectives:

The course will offer broad training in the principles, theories and method of Demography with particular applications to reproductive health and population change in relation to health and socio-economic development. At the end of the course, the students will be expected to have acquired the ability to:

(a)Assess the magnitude and public health importance of population growth. Design scientific investigations that take into account the nature and significance of population problems.

(b)Organize and manage vital statistical data in a manner that permits efficient and accurate analysis.

(c)Analyze data from scientific investigations on fertility and mortality using both conceptual and statistical techniques.

(d)Integrate casual thinking on population issues for the application of epidemiologic process.

(e)Prepare written reports on the health aspects of human population that are accurate, clear and have logical conclusions for policy makers.

(f)Show professional judgment by making decision and initiating action after rational consideration of pertinent population data and possible consequences for health care delivery and systems development at all levels of a functional and sustainable health care system.

(g)Understand the use of the incomplete demographic methods.

(ii)Admission Requirements:

The course is open to graduates with MBBS or its equivalent, Sciences such as graduates of Mathematics and Statistics and Social Sciences such as graduates of Geography, Sociology and Economics of the University of

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Ibadan or any other University recognized by the Senate of the University of Ibadan.

Graduates of Mathematics, Social Sciences and Sciences should have a minimum of a second class upper division qualifications to be considered for the course. However, candidates with lower qualification such as second class lower division may be considered for admission to the course provided that such candidates have demonstrable track record of experience in the practice of Public Health, Population and Reproductive Health and Medical Statistics. All qualified Candidates will be invited for an interview before consideration.

Candidates with Postgraduate qualifications in any of the disciplines listed in 4.1 and 4.2 may also be considered for screening before admission.

Postgraduate Training Programme for the degree of Master of Public Health (MPH) in population and Reproductive Health in the Department of Health Promotion and Education.

5.PROFESSIONAL AND ACADEMIC MASTERS DEGREE OF PUBLIC HEALTH (M.P.H.) IN POPULATION AND REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH EDUCATION.

(Department of Health Promotion and Education)

(i) Objectives

The main objective of this programme is to broaden the knowledge and competence of graduates in core areas of Population and Reproductive Health Education.

Specific objectives are:

(i)The programme is designed to apply knowledge from health and related disciplines to the understanding and promotion of health and its determinants.

(ii)Graduates would acquire expertise that will enable them

(a)Assume leadership positions in private and public sectors including education institutions.

(b)Provide services such as consultation, research, teaching and technical assistance requiring advanced competences in Population and Reproductive Health Education.

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(c)Formulate policies relating to Population and Reproductive Health Education.

(ii)Admission Requirements:

a.Candidates for admission shall be holders of:

(i)Bachelor’s degree in Medicine and Surgery (M.B.B.S) of the University of Ibadan or other Institutions recognized by the Senate and

(ii)Bachelor’s degree (not below second class lower division) in

Nursing, Biological Sciences, Social Sciences, Law and Education with adequate working experiences and demonstrated interest in Population and Reproductive Health Education.

b.The programme has both the full-time and part-time mode of admission.

(i)The full-time admissions shall be offered to candidates who satisfy the Postgraduate School that they are not in employment, or that they are released by their employers to undertake full-time studies. Candidates found to have made false declaration in this respect shall be asked to withdraw from the University.

c.In addition to the above requirements, applicants must satisfy the ‘O’ level first degree matriculation requirements of the University of Ibadan, i.e. five O’level credit passes at one sitting or six O’level credit passes at two sittings including English Language, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and any other Science subject.

d.In addition to the aforementioned qualifications applicants must have adequate working experience relating to health promotion and education acquired during OR after the NYSC period. Working experiences are assessed at the Departmental Interactive session and/or oral interview with applicants.

6.PROFESSIONAL AND ACADEMIC DEGREE OF MASTERS OF PUBLIC HEALTH (M.P.H.) IN HEALTH PROMOTION AND EDUCATION.

(Department of Health Promotion and Education)

(i)Admission Requirements:

Candidates for admission shall be holders of:

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(a)Bachelors degree in Medicine and Surgery (M.B.B.S) of the University of Ibadan or other Institutions recognized by the Senate

(b)Bachelor’s degree (not below second class lower division) in Nursing,Pharmacy, Biological Sciences, Health related sciences, Law, Public Health, Social Sciences and Education with demonstrated interest in Health Promotion and Education.

(c)In addition to the above requirements, applicants must satisfy the ‘O’ level first degree matriculation requirements of the University of Ibadan, i.e. five O’level credit passes at one sitting or six O’level credit passes at two sittings including English Language, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and any other Science subject.

(e)In addition to the aforementioned qualifications applicants must have adequate working experience relating to health promotion and education acquired during OR after the NYSC period.

Working experiences are assessed at the Departmental Interactive session and/or oral interview with applicants.

7.PROFESSIONAL AND ACADEMIC MASTER DEGREE OF PUBLIC HEALTH (MPH) IN REPRODUCTIVE AND FAMILY HEALTH (RFH)

(Department of Preventive Medicine & Primary Care)

(i)Objectives:

The main objective of this programme is to broaden the knowledge and competence of graduates in core areas of Public Health with particular emphasis on Reproductive and Family Health.

(ii)Admission Requirements:

Candidates for admission shall normally possess Medical, Health Sciences or Social Sciences degree from the University of Ibadan or other approved Universities recognized by senate with a minimum of Second Class Lower division. Post qualification experience shall be an advantage.

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In addition to the above requirements, applicants must satisfy the ‘O’ Level/First degree matriculation requirements of the University of Ibadan, that is ‘O’L Credit passes in five subjects at ONE sitting or 6 ‘O’ Level credits at TWO sittings including English Language and Mathematics as well as other relevant matriculation requirements.

Duration:

The programme will be run for eighteen months with pre-determined and final project defense dates.

8.PROFESSIONAL AND ACADEMIC MASTERS DEGREE OF HEALTH SERVICES ADMINISTRATION (M.H.S.A.)

(Department of Health Policy and Management)

The M.H.S.A. degree focuses on the administration and management of public and private health sector institutions. It prepares candidates to work as health administrators, planners and managers in health systems and institutions such as hospitals, health maintenance organizations and health insurance companies.

(i)Objectives:

This programme aims at the improvement of health services through better administration of human, material and financial resources.

(ii)Admission Requirements:

(a)Bachelor’s degree in Medicine, Dentistry, Pharmacy, other Health Science or the Social Sciences of the University of Ibadan or of other

approved Universities, recognized by the Senate, with a minimum of 2nd class honours (lower) division.

(b)Cognate, practical experience in the administration of health services will be an added advantage.

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9.PROFESSIONAL AND ACADEMIC MASTERS DEGREE OF PUBLIC HEALTH (M.P.H.) IN HEALTH POLICY AND MANAGEMENT.

(Department of Health Policy and Management)

The M.P.H. (H.P& M.) prepares students for careers in any of the specialities of Public Health as policy analysts, health planners and managers in the public and private sector, public health programmes and initiatives and in state, national and international public health agencies.

(i)Objectives:

This programme aims at the improvement of health systems and health services through better policy development and cost- effective management of human, material and financial resources.

(ii)Admission Requirements:

Candidates for admission shall normally possess:

(a)A Bachelor’s degree in Medicine, Dentistry, Pharmacy, other Health Sciences or the Social Sciences of the University of Ibadan or of other approved Universities recognized by the Senate, with a minimum of Second class honours lower division.

(b)Cognate practical experience in the management of health services will be an added advantage.

10. PROFESSIONAL AND ACADEMIC MASTER DEGREE OF PUBLIC

HEALTH (M.P.H.) IN POPULATION AND REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH NUTRITION

(Department of Human Nutrition)

(i)Objectives:

This programme is designed to enable participants acquire a better understanding of the relation between Population, Nutrition and Reproductive Health.

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(ii)Admission Requirements:

Candidates should hold Bachelor’s Degree (not below Second Class Lower Division) in Human Nutrition, Nutrition and Dietetics, Biochemistry, Food Science and M.B.B.S of the University of Ibadan or other Institutions recognized by the senate.

iii)Status: The programme is both academic and professional.

11. PROFESSIONAL MASTERS DEGREE IN HUMAN NUTRITION AND

DIETETICS (M.H.N.D.)

(Department of Human Nutrition)

(i)Objective:

The programme will produce nutritionists and dieticians needed by Government andnon-governmental health agencies in the dietary management of diseases.

(ii)Admission Requirements:

Candidates for admission shall normally possess a B.Sc. Degree (not below Second Class Lower Division) in Human Nutrition, Nutrition and Dietetics, Nursing and Biochemistry of the University of Ibadan or other Institutions recognized by the Senate. Holders of the Higher National Diploma (HND) in Dietetics with at least 2 years post qualification experience are also eligible to apply. The candidates must satisfy all University of Ibadan criteria for admission including O’level requirements.

(iii) Status: The programme is a full time professional degree.

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INSTITUTE OF CHILD HEALTH

1.PROFESSIONAL DEGREE MASTER OF PUBLIC HEALTH (M.P.H.) IN CHILD AND ADOLESCENT HEALTH

(i)Admission Requirements:Candidates should hold:

(a)Medical degree (MBBS/BDS) certificate of the University of Ibadan or other Universities recognized by the Senate of the University of Ibadan.

(b)Good honours degree in Nursing, Psychology, Social work, Human Nutrition or other allied health professions relevant to Child and Adolescent health of the University of Ibadan and other Universities

recognized by the Senate of the University of Ibadan with a minimum of 2ndClass (Lower) division.

2.POSTGRADUATE DIPLOMA IN CHILD HEALTH (P.D.C.H.)

(ii)Admission Requirements:

Candidates should hold: First Degree in Medicine (MB;BS/BDS) certificate of the University of Ibadan or other Universities recognized by the Senate of the University of Ibadan.

First degree in Nursing, Psychology or Human Nutrition of the University of Ibadan or of other Universities duly recognized by the University of Ibadan.

In addition to the above requirements, applicants must satisfy the ‘O’ Level/First degree matriculation requirements of the University of Ibadan, i.e. ‘O’ Level Credit passes in five subjects at ONE sitting or 6 ‘O’ Level credits at TWO sittings including English Language and other relevant matriculation subjects.

3.MASTER OF PUBLIC HEALTH (CHILD AND ADOLESCENT HEALTH)

(i)Admission Requirements

a.Candidates for admission into the MPH (Child and Adolescent Health) shall be holders of medical degree (MBBS) certified of the University of Ibadan or other Universities recognized by the Senate of the University of Ibadan.

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b.A good honours degree in Nursing, Psychology, Social Work, Human Nutrition or other Allied health professionals and graduates of other relevant courses to child and adolescent health of the University of Ibadan or other Universities recognized by the Senate of the University of Ibadan. Candidates must satisfy the normal University of Ibadan basic and higher degree requirements for matriculation.

c.Holders of the Postgraduate Diploma in Child Health (DCH) of the Institute of Child Health, College of Medicine, University of Ibadan are also eligible to apply for the Master of Public Health (MPH) Child and Adolescent Health.

4.MASTER OF SCIENCE (M. Sc) IN PUBLIC HEALTH BIOTECHNOLOGY

(i)Admission Requirements

Candidates should hold:

a.Medical degree (MBBS/BDS or equivalent) certificate of the University of Ibadan or other Universities recognized by the Senate of the University of Ibadan.

b.Good honours degree (minimum of second class lower division) in the Basic and Medical Sciences: Chemistry, Zoology, Biology, Microbiology, Biochemistry, Physiology, Nursing, Physiotherapy or other Allied health professionals and graduates of other courses relevant to Public Health Technology of the University of Ibadan or other Universities recognized by the Senate of the University of Ibadan.

In addition to the above requirements, applicants must satisfy the ‘O’ Level/First degree matriculation requirements of the University of Ibadan, i.e. ‘O’ Level Credit passes in five subjects at ONE sitting or 6 ‘O’ Level credits at TWO sittings including English Language and other relevant matriculation subjects.

5.DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY

i.PUBLIC HEALTH BIOTECHNOLOGY

ii.CHILD AND ADOLESCENT HEALTH

Admission Requirements

Candidates for the degree of M.Phil and Ph.D are admitted in the first instance to the Master of Science Degree Programme. However, candidates who in addition to a good first degree, and already holding acceptable Postgraduate degrees, may be accepted for direct admission to the M.Phil and Ph.D programmes.

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6.ACADEMIC MASTER OF SCIENCE DEGREE PROGRAMME IN CHILD AND ADOLESCENT MENTAL HEALTH (MSC. CAMH)

(CENTRE FOR CHILD AND ADOLESCENT MENTAL HEALTH)

Training Objectives

To supply West Africa with Child and Adolescent Mental Health professionals who will have the following qualities:

Non-Clinical Aspects

1.Proficiency in the stages required to develop and support services and programmes for child mental health especially in schools, primary health care (PHC) and the community

2.Proficiency in the development of child mental health policy

3.Proficiency in advocating child and adolescent mental health

Expertise in training other health professionals paraprofessionals in child mental health care

4.Proficiency in quantitative and qualitative research methodologies needed for CAMH

Clinical Skills

1.Proficiency in child development and developmental psychopathology

2.Proficiency in the diagnosis, assessment and treatment of common child and adolescent mental health problems

3.Proficiency in applying the multiple perspectives of biological, psychological and social issues to the assessment and management of child and adolescent mental health problems

4.Expertise in culturally relevant and competent care for children and adolescents mental health within the unique cultural context of West Africa.

Admission Requirements

Students will be admitted to the M.Sc. programme in accordance with the regulations and the requirements of the University of Ibadan. A Bachelor’s Degree with a second class lower (2-2)and above, Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) will be the minimum entry requirement. Therefore graduates of Medicine, Psychology, Nursing, Social Work, Education, Physiotherapy, and Occupational Therapy can apply. Experience with working with children will be an added advantage.

Duration and mode of study

This programme is designed to be a full time 18-month program consisting of 3 semesters. The first year of training will be in Ibadan (2 semesters). The first semester will consist of mostly compulsory courses for all participants. The second semester will consist of a mixture of compulsory, required and elective courses. Preparation for research project will also commence

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during this period to enable time for literature search, proposal write up and ethical review. Research preparation will be finalized with a topic relevant to the participants’ discipline and environment. During this period a limited number of participants will spend time in one of the offshore collaborating sites for an approximate period of one month while the others remain at home having field exposure.

Candidates will carry out a research project in their home university to be supervised by faculty using electronic means. Each research project with carry a 6 credit unit score.

The M.Sc. CAMH is an academic Masters programme. Candidates admitted into the programme are eligible to proceed to M.Phil., M.Phil./Ph.D and Ph.D programmes if they obtain the required grades as stipulated in the Postgraduate School guidelines.

7.POSTGRADUATE DIPLOMA PROGRAMME IN CHILD AND ADOLESCENT MENTAL HEALTH (PGD. CAMH)

(CENTRE FOR CHILD AND ADOLESCENT MENTAL HEALTH)

Training Objectives

To supply West Africa with Child and Adolescent Mental Health professionals who will have the following qualities:

Non-Clinical Aspects

1.Proficiency in the stages required to develop and support services and programmes for child mental health especially in schools, primary health care (PHC) and the community

2.Proficiency in the development of child mental health policy

3.Proficiency in advocating child and adolescent mental health

4.Expertise in training other health professionals paraprofessionals in child mental health care

Clinical Skills

5.Proficiency in child development and developmental psychopathology

6.Proficiency in the diagnosis, assessment and treatment of common child and adolescent mental health problems

7.Proficiency in applying the multiple perspectives of biological, psychological and social issues to the assessment and management of child and adolescent mental health problems

8.Expertise in culturally relevant and competent care for children and adolescents mental health within the unique cultural context of West Africa

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Admission Requirements

Students will be admitted to the Postgraduate Diploma in CAMH programme in accordance with the regulations and the requirements of the University of Ibadan. In addition, admission criteria to this programme will be broad and inclusive to attract as many CAMH professionals in the various disciplines. A Bachelor’s Degree or HND is the minimum entry requirement. Therefore graduates of medicine, psychology, nursing, social work, education, physiotherapy, and occupational therapy can apply. Experience with working with children will be an added advantage.

Duration and mode of study

This programme is designed to be a full time 12-month program consisting of 2 semesters. The first semester will consist of mostly compulsory courses for all participants. The second semester will consist or a mixture of compulsory, required and elective course.

For more detailed information, visit the Centre’s website: www.ccamh.ui.edu.ng

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FACULTY OF CLINICAL SCIENCES

1.PROFESSIONAL DEGREE MASTER OF PUBLIC HEALTH IN COMMUNITY HEALTH (C.H.)

(Department of Preventive Medicine and Primary Care)

(i)Objectives:

The MPH (Community Health) programme will train doctors in all essential specialty areas of modern public health as well as clinical care to enable them to look after the health and well-being of any naturally existing or statutorily created communities in keeping with the modern practice of the discipline of Community Medicine and Public Health.

The programme is open to young medical and dental graduates after their Youth Corps and those engaged in public and private medical practice who wish to acquire further training in Community Medicine. The degree is registrable with professional regulatory bodies in the discipline.

(ii)Admission Requirements:

Candidates for this course shall be holders of the MBBS or BDS degrees of the University of Ibadan as well as those holding similar medical qualifications recognized by the University.

In addition to the above requirements, applicants must satisfy the ‘O’ Level/First degree matriculation requirements of the University of Ibadan, i.e. ‘O’ Level Credit passes in five subjects at ONE sitting or 6 ‘O’ Level credits at TWO sittings including English Language and other relevant matriculation subjects.

Duration:

The programme will be run for eighteen semesters with pre-determined and final project defense dates.

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2.PROFESSIONAL DEGREE MASTER OF PUBLIC HEALTH IN OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH (OH)

(Department of Preventive Medicine & Primary Health Care)

(i)Objectives:

The MPH (O.H.) programme is designed to train physicians to provide preventive and curative health care services to workers in industry. The programme will provide physicians with skills to enable them perform their role as company/occupational physician in the growing number of industries in the country. The degree is registrable with the relevant professional regulatory bodies in the discipline.

The course is open to young medical graduates, physicians from general practice and those already engaged in industry.

(ii)Admission Requirements:

Candidates for this course shall be holders of the MBBS degree of the University of Ibadan as well as those holding similar medical qualifications recognized by the University.

In addition to the above requirements, applicants must satisfy the ‘O’ Level/First degree matriculation requirements of the University of Ibadan, i.e. ‘O’ Level Credit passes in five subjects at ONE sitting or 6 ‘O’ Level credits at TWO sittings including English Language and other relevant matriculation subjects.

Duration:

The programme will be run for eighteen semesters with pre-determined and final project defense dates.

3. PROFESSIONAL DEGREE MASTER OF SCIENCE DEGREE PROGRAMME IN PSYCHIATRY

(Department of Psychiatry)

(i)Objectives:

The main objectives are:

(a)To provide advanced training in psychiatric theory and research methodology. The programme shall provide the advanced theoretical

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knowledge necessary for academic psychiatrist and impart the skills required for the understanding and conduct of research in bio-behaviouralmedicine;

(b)To stimulate interests and confidence in the conduct of research in mental and behavioural sciences;

(c)To set the graduate on a course of life-long interest in seeking cutting-edgeand up-to-date information in the fields of psychiatry and behavioural sciences and

(d)To prepare the graduates for a career in academic and clinical psychiatry.

(ii)Admission Requirements:

(a)Candidates for admission to the programme shall normally be M.B.B.S. graduates of the University of Ibadan or of other Universities/Institutions recognized by the Senate.

(b)Candidates must have completed both the pre-registration internship and the National Youth Service.

(iii)Duration:

The programme shall be designated: Masters of Science (M.Sc.) in Psychiatry. It shall run for a minimum of three semesters full-time and five semesters part- time.

4.PROFESSIONAL DEGREE OF MASTER OF HEALTH SCIENCE (M.H.S) IN POPULATION AND REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH

(Department of Obstetrics & Gynaecology)

Candidates for admission to this programme shall be holders of Medical Degree (M.B.B.S.) of a good first degree in Health or the Social Science of this University or other Universities recognised by the Senate of the University of Ibadan. Candidates with Diploma in related health or Social Science Subjects (equivalent to HND at upper credit level) and five years minimum experience in a relevant field may be considered.

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Candidates must fulfill the other entry requirements of the University of Ibadan for Higher Degree courses.

The programme shall last minimum of three semesters and maximum of five semesters for full-time students and minimum of five semesters and maximum of seven semesters for part time students including course works and projects.

5.MASTER OF SCIENCE DEGREE REPRODUCTIVE BIOLOGY (M.Sc., MPhil, MPhil./Ph.D in REPRODUCTIVE BIOLOGY) (Department of Obstetrics & Gynaecology)

Candidates for admission to this programme shall be holder of Medical Degree (e.g. MBBS) of this University or other Universities recognised by the Senate of the University of Ibadan.

Candidates must fulfill the other entry requirements of the Universities of Ibadan for Higher Degree Courses.

The programme shall last a minimum of three semesters and maximum of five semesters for full-time students and minimum of five semesters and maximum of seven semesters for part time students including course works, and projects.

6.PROFESSIONAL POSTGRADUATE DIPLOMA IN POPULATION AND REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH (PGD)

(Department of Obstetrics & Gynaecology)

Candidates for admission to this programme shall be holder of Medical Degree (MBBS) of a recognised good first degree in Health or Social Science of this University or other Universities recognised by the Senate of the University of Ibadan. Candidates with Higher National Diploma (HND) or its equivalent, NRN/SRM with at least two years experience in related health or social sciences may be considered.

Candidates must fulfill the other entry requirements of the Universities of Ibadan for Higher Degree Courses.

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The programme shall last two semesters for full time students and four semesters forpart-time students including course work project and three months of field work internship.

7.POSTGRADUATE DEGREE PROGRAMME IN BIOETHICS (Department of Surgery)

(i)Objectives:

This academic training programme is designed to produce:

a.highly qualified graduates with sound knowledge in basic and applied bioethics.

b.graduates who have a profound understanding of the ethical basis of

moral action and are capable of meaningful and purposeful application of such.

c.graduates who are capable of initiating research in bioethics by employing standard quantitative and qualitative methods.

d.graduates who are able to engage in teaching, research and collaborative studies in Bioethics and related disciplines.

e.graduates who are found suitable for higher academic degree and for attainment of same.

(ii)Admission Requirements

Candidates for admission into the M.Sc (Bioethics) program shall be holders of medical degree certificate of the University of Ibadan or other Universities recognized by the senate of the University.

Graduate of any related humanities and science discipline with a good honours degree of the University of Ibadan or other Universities recognized by the senate of the University.

All candidates must satisfy University of Ibadan basic and higher degree requirements for matriculation.

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(iii)Duration

The duration of the programme shall normally be three semesters for full- time studies or five semesters for part-time. A candidate shall be asked to withdraw if he has not fulfilled the requirements for award of the degree after a maximum of 5 semesters of full-timestudies or 7 semesters of part-time studies.

8.MASTER OF SCIENCE DEGREE IN SURGICAL SCIENCES (Department of Surgery)

Objectives:

This training programme is designed to produce:

Highly qualified graduates with sound basic and applied surgical principles

Surgical personnel who have a profound understanding of the scientific basis of surgical principles to ensure meaningful and purposeful application of such

Surgical personnel who are capable of initiating researches by employing basic scientific tools

Surgical personnel who are able to engage in teaching, collaborative

studies and provide excellent services to surgical units in teaching and specialist hospitals as well as international health organizations

Regulations

(a)Admission Requirements

Only M.B.B.S. degree graduates of the University of Ibadan or other University approved by Senate are eligible for admission into the Master of Science degree programme

(b)Candidates for the M.Sc (Surgical Sciences) programme are required to complete their registration formative within three weeks of the beginning of the first semester.

(c)Duration and Mode of Studies:

The duration of the programme shall normally be three semesters for a full- time course and five semesters for a part-time course. A candidate shall be asked to withdraw if he has not fulfilled the requirements for award of the

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degree after a maximum of 5 semester of full time and 7 semesters for part time.

9.MASTER IN BIOMEDICAL EDUCATION (Department of Surgery)

Objectives:

This training programme is designed:

to produce graduates who are knowledgeable in curriculum development

to produce highly qualified graduates with sound basic and applied teaching skills

to improve the methods of evaluation of teachers in the biomedical sciences

(ii)Admission Requirements:

Graduates of the College of Medicine of the University of Ibadan and

those of the Colleges and Faculties of Medicine and Health Sciences of

the West African consortium, and others in the biomedical sciences from University of Ibadan and from other Universities approved by Senate of University of Ibadan are eligible for admission into the programme.

Students will be admitted to the M.Sc programme in accordance with the regulations and requirements of the University of Ibadan.

Applications will be sought from the staff at each of the six participating universities (and teaching hospitals) in the West African consortium, but applications will only be considered if the applicant is also nominated by the Dean of his/her home institution.

Candidates for the M.Sc (Biomedical Education Methods) programme are required to complete their registration formalities within the period stipulated by the Postgraduate School of University of Ibadan.

(iii)Duration:

The duration of the programme shall normally be four semesters. There are two semesters in one session. It shall be run as a distance learning course. Lecture delivery and other interactions shall be mostly through distance and e-learning

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methods. A candidate shall be asked to withdraw if he has not fulfilled the requirements for award of the degree after a maximum of eight semesters.

10.PROFFESSIONAL DIPLOMA (PGD) IN RADIOTHERAPY TECHNOLOGY (Department of Radiotherapy)

Bachelor of Science Degree (Not lower than a third class) in imaging science (Radiography) or Diploma (not below lower credit) in Diagnostic Radiography registrable with Radiographers registrations Board of Nigeria from recognized institution.

11.ACADEMIC MASTER DEGREE OF SCIENCE (M.Sc) GLOBAL HEALTH.

(Department of Preventive Medicine & Primary Care)

MSc Global Health with specialization in

Health Metrics

Humanitarian Studies

Global Disease and Tobacco Control The Programme:

Global health has been described as an area for study, research and practice that places a priority on improving health and achieving equity in health for all people worldwide. Global health emphasizes transnational health issues, determinants, and solutions; involves many disciplines within and beyond the health sciences and promotes interdisciplinary collaboration; and is a synthesis of population-based prevention with individual-level clinical care.

The Masters in Global health program will turn out graduates who will be knowledgeable in Global Health Metrics that can bridge the data gap as well as provide evidence on the impact of various on-going initiatives. They would also be able to provide leadership for a translational agenda for research within the context of Global Health.

Objectives:

The objective of the MSc programme in Global health is to produce Global Health experts who have skills and core competencies needed to work in the highly engaging field of transnational health. It is also our expectation that the graduates would be positioned to assist governments and institutions to reduce the evident inequities in health as a public health goal.

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Admission Requirements:

Candidates for this course shall be holders of the MB,BS, BDS, or any other relevant health and social science degrees of the University of Ibadan as well as those holding similar qualifications recognized by the University.

Past or current work with an international or national health related agency will be of added advantage. In addition to the above requirements, applicants must satisfy the ‘O’ Level/First degree matriculation requirements of the University of Ibadan i.e. ‘O’ Level Credit passes in five subjects at ONE sitting or 6 ‘O’ level credits at TWO sittings including English Language and other relevant matriculation subjects.

12. ACADEMIC MASTERS DEGREE IN PAEDIATRICS AND INTERNATIONAL CHILD HEALTH

(Department of Paediatrics)

Objectives

The main objective of the programme is to provide a course of instructions aimed at developing the knowledge and understanding of the management and control of diseases in childhood with emphasis on endemic childhood diseases in the tropics.

Admission Requirements:

Admissions shall be open to medical graduates who have a MBBS of the University of Ibadan or MBBS/MBChB from other universities recognized by the Senate of the University of Ibadan. Candidates may be admitted to part-time registration if they are academic staff members of the

University or if they satisfy the Postgraduate School that facilities for their work as

part-time

students shall be adequate.

In addition to the above requirements, applicants must satisfy the ‘O’ Level/First degree matriculation requirements of the University of Ibadan i.e. ‘O’ Level Credit passes in five subjects at ONE sitting or 6 ‘O’ level credits at TWO sittings including English Language and other relevant matriculation subjects.

Duration and Designation of Programme

The M.Sc (Paed & ICH) programme shall last for a minimum of three semesters for full-timestudy and five semesters for part-time study. For full-time study, course work would occupy two semesters while the mandatory project work would be done during the third semester. For part- time study, course work would be taken over three to four semesters while the project would be done over one to two semesters.

The degree shall be designated M.Sc (Paed & ICH)

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13.ACADEMIC MASTERS DEGREE IN OTORHINOLARYNGOLOGY

(Department of Otorhinolaryngology)

Objective

The main objective of the programme is to provide a course of instructions aimed at developing the knowledge and understanding for the management of Ear, Nose, Throat, Head and Neck diseases, teaching and research in Otorhinolaryngology and related sciences.

Admission Requirements

To be eligible for admission into the M.Sc.Otorhinolaryngology programme, and without any prejudice to the rules and regulations governing the award of postgraduate degrees of the University of Ibadan, a candidate must:

a)Possess the basic medical degree in Medicine and Surgery (M.B;B.S.) or its equivalent from University of Ibadan or any other University recognised by the Senate of the University of Ibadan.

b)Have completed the mandatory one-year internship recommended by the Medical and Dental Council of Nigeria and hold current license to practice Medicine in Nigeria.

c)Prospective candidates must have NYSC discharge certificate (for Nigerian graduates only).

d)All candidates must fulfill other basic requirements as stipulated by the Postgraduate School of the University of Ibadan.

e)The M.Sc. Otorhinolaryngology shall be undertaken as a Full-Time training programme.

f)Candidates may be admitted to Part-Time registration if they are academic staff members of the University or if they satisfy the Postgraduate School requirements that the facilities for their work as Part-Time students shall be adequate.

In addition to the above requirements, applicants must satisfy the ‘O’ Level/First degree matriculation requirements of the University of Ibadan i.e. ‘O’ Level Credit passes in five subjects at ONE sitting or 6 ‘O’ level credits at TWO sittings including English Language and other relevant matriculation subjects.

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14.MASTERS DEGREE IN PSYCHO-ONCOLOGY(Department of Radiation Oncology)

Bachelor of Science Degree (Not lower than a second class lower) in Psychology, Social Work, Nursing, Guidance and Counselling, Medical Sociology and MBBS graduates and professionals from allied disciplines.

In addition to the above requirements, applicants must satisfy the ‘O’ Level/First degree matriculation requirements of the University of Ibadan i.e. ‘O’ Level Credit passes in five subjects at ONE sitting or 6 ‘O’ level credits at TWO sittings including English Language Mathematics and any 3 other Science subjects including Chemistry, Geography, Biology, and Physics.

15.POSTGRADUATE DIPLOMA IN RADIOTHERAPY TECHNOLOGY (P.G.D. RADIOTHERAPY TECHNOLOGY)

(Department of Radiation Oncology)

Admission Requirements

(a)Bachelor of Science Degree (not lower than a third class) in Imaging Science (Radiography) or Higher National Diploma (not below lower credit) in Diagnostic Radiography from recognized institution registrable with Radiographers Registrations Board of Nigeria and from recognized institutions .

In addition to the above requirements, applicants must satisfy the ‘O’ Level/First degree matriculation requirements of the University of Ibadan i.e. ‘O’ Level Credit passes in five subjects at ONE sitting or 6 ‘O’ level credits at TWO sittings including English Language Mathematics and any 3 other Science subjects including Chemistry, Geography, Biology, and Physics.

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INSTITUTE FOR PEACE AND STRATEGIC STUDIES

1.MASTER OF HUMANITARIAN AND REFUGEE STUDIES (M.H.R.S.) (Institute for Peace and Strategic Studies) (IPSS)

(i)Objectives:

The M.H.R.S. Programme is a multidisciplinary course designed for meeting some of the most urgent needs on contemporary Africa’s human security agenda in the area of armed conflicts, humanitarian crisis and intervention, disaster and refugee management. The Programme seeks to foster understanding and knowledge about problems thrown up by those phenomena, as well as the designing of appropriate policies and action measures for linking relief work, development and conflict resolution. Another key objective of the Programme is directed at building self-sustaining capacity for responding to humanitarian needs, aimed at helping to develop professionally trained and competent personnel for project design and implementation of policies in the area.

(ii)Admission Requirements:

Candidates seeking admission into the M.H.R.S. Professional Degree Programme must possess at least an Honours degree in the humanities, social sciences,

sciences, law or any other cognate disciplines from the University of Ibadan or other Universities recognized by Senate with a minimum of 3rd Class. Applicants

with Higher National Diploma (HND) with at least lower credit will also be considered for admission. Preference shall be given to sponsored candidates doing jobs related to refugee and humanitarian activities in State ministries, industries, multilateral agencies, non-governmental organizations, etc. In addition, candidate must satisfy the first degree matriculation requirement of the University of Ibadan, or their equivalent from other recognized universities.

Note: The Programme will be run both on Part time and Full time bases.

(iii)Duration:

The Programme is of three semester duration, which includes three months of supervised internship, possibly at refugee camps, rehabilitation camps for internally displaced persons, conflict management departments within regional and sub-regional organizations, UN agencies with humanitarian mandates in

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Africa. It is also run as a part time programme in line with the postgraduate school regulations for part time programmes.

(IV) Scholarship opportunity is annually provided by the German Exchange Service (DAAD) for Non-Nigeria applicants. For more information on the scholarship, the Non-Nigeria applicants are advised to forward their application to this e-mail: secretarycepacs@gmail.com

2.PROFESSIONAL MASTER DEGREE IN MEDIATION, ARBITRATION AND NEGOTIATION (M.MAN)

(Institute for Peace and Strategic Studies) (IPSS)

Objectives

The main objective of the Professional Master Degree Programme in Mediation, Arbitration and Negotiation (M.MAN) programme is to establish a world class graduate training and research programme, which will meet the needs of professionals for the development and acquisition of practical skills in DR. The specific objectives are:

To provide a forum for basic and advanced research and training in MAN;

To expand the academic and professional competence of persons in the specialised field of MAN on an interdisciplinary platform;

To strengthen human capacity building for out-of-court dispute settlement professionals by increasing the pool of DR experts;

To promote advanced research on conflict resolution and the application of the pool of knowledge within practitioner contexts; and

To establish institutional connections between DR professionals and the general public in the interests of peace and development.

Target Groups

Target groups of the M.MAN course are: lawyers and judicial officers; law enforcement agents; scholars and researchers; human resource managers; officials of humanitarian agencies; volunteers; traditional rulers; community leaders; religious authorities; public servants; officials of state and national boundary commissions; and representatives of non-governmentalorganisations and community-based organisations.

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Admission Requirements for Professional Master Degree in M.MAN

Candidates must satisfy the minimum matriculation requirements of the University of Ibadan and admission requirements of its Postgraduate School. They must possess at least an honours degree from an accredited university in the humanities, social sciences, science, law or any of their cognate disciplines. Preference shall be given to sponsored candidates doing related jobs in state ministries, industries, missions, and such other occupations. Holders of a Higher National Diploma (HND), with at least a lower credit, would be eligible to apply.

Duration

The duration of the M.MAN programme shall normally last for three academic semesters of full- time study, two of which would be spent on course work while the third would be on field work and internship. A part-time component of the programme shall normally last for a period of five semesters, four of which will be for course work and the fifth semester for field work and internship.

3.MASTER OF SCIENCE (MSS) DEGREE IN STRATEGIC STUDIES (Institute for Peace and Strategic Studies IPSS)

The Master of Science (MSS) programme in Strategic Studies is a unique programme and the first of such to be established by any university department in Nigeria.

The uniqueness and strength of the Ibadan master’s degree in Strategic Studies lie not only in its being novel but because the programme also harnesses the potential pool of teaching and research competence of the Institute for Peace and Strategic Studies for an intensive course of studies and seminars in subjects that are increasingly becoming of awesome interest and significance to Nigeria and her needs.

The programme is directed at three Objectives: Academic, Utilitarian, andPolicy-Relevance. The programme aims at producing on a regular basis, the requisite manpower of informed specialists in both the civilian (NB: Civilian must possess Certificate of National Defense College Nigeria before applying for this programme)and military sectors that can deal with issues of public and/or military policy touching on Nigeria’s security and interest.

In addition to the above requirements, applicants must satisfy the ‘O’ Level first degree matriculation requirements of the University of Ibadan i.e five O’ level credit passes at one sitting or six O’ level credit passes at two sittings including English Language OR Teacher Certificate Grade II obtained between 1967 and 1981 with merit or credit passes in English Language and four other relevant matriculation subjects.

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4.PROFESSIONAL MASTER IN DISASTER RISK (DRM) (Institute for Peace and Strategic Studies IPSS)

Admission Requirements

Admission is open to graduates of this university and other approved universities with a good honours degree in the Social Sciences, Public Health and related disciplines, Agriculture and Forestry, Veterinary Medicine, Environmental Science, Town Planning, Science and Engineering or equivalent professional qualification such as H.N.D., etc with a minimum of lower credit. Working experience, especially in disaster risk management in government and the private sector.

In addition to the above requirements, applicants must satisfy the ‘O’ Level first degree matriculation requirements of the University of Ibadan i.e five O’ level credit passes at one sitting or six O’ level credit passes at two sittings including English Language OR Teacher Certificate Grade II obtained between 1967 and 1981 with merit or credit passes in English Language and four other relevant matriculation subjects.

5.PROFESSIONAL MASTER (MPBD) DEGREE IN PEACE BUILDING AND DEVELOPMENT.

(Institute of Peace and Strategic Studies)

The Programme:

The programme is aimed at providing students drawn from Nigeria, Africa and other parts of the world with, primarily a practical understanding of the issues of peace and conflict in the modern world, and with particular reference to Africa, based on perspectives drawn from a range of academic disciplines. The focus of the programme is on how to produce peaceful outcomes from conflict situations.

Admission Requirements:

A candidate for admission into the programme shall be a graduate of the University of Ibadan or other approved universities who have been admitted to the appropriate degree of Bachelor. Holder of Higher National Diploma (UPPER Credit) or other relevant professional qualifications who are working in related field shall also be considered for admission.

A candidate who is a degree holder and who has worked for three years (excluding National Youth Service) or a candidate who holds the Higher National Diploma with five years working experience in relevant agencies will have additional advantage.

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In addition to the above requirements, applicants must satisfy the ‘O’ Level/First degree matriculation requirements of the University of Ibadan, i.e. ‘O’ Level Credit passes in five subjects at ONE sitting or 6 ‘O’ Level credits at TWO sittings including English Language and other relevant matriculation subjects.

6.PROFESSIONAL MASTER (CPM) IN CULTURAL PRODUCTION AND MANAGEMENT.

(Institute of Peace and Strategic Studies)

The Programme:

The programme is aimed at providing students drawn from Nigeria, Africa and other parts of the world with, primarily a practical understanding of the issues of Cultural Production and Management, and with particular reference to Africa, based on perspectives drawn from a range of academic disciplines. The focus of the programme is on how to demonstrate the cultural basis of socio-political and economic development.

Admission Requirements:

A candidate for admission into the programme shall be a graduate of the University of Ibadan or other approved universities who have been admitted to the appropriate degree of Bachelor. Graduates of Holder of Higher National Diploma or other relevant professional qualifications, working in related field shall also be considered. Holders of Higher National Diploma (Upper Credit) or other relevant professional qualifications who are working in related field shall also be considered for admission. A candidate who is a degree holder and who has worked for three years (excluding National Youth Service) or a candidate who holds the Higher National Diploma with five years working experience in relevant agencies will have additional advantage M.Phil and Ph.D. Programmes.

In addition to the above requirements, applicants must satisfy the ‘O’ Level/First degree matriculation requirements of the University of Ibadan, i.e. ‘O’ Level Credit passes in five subjects at ONE sitting or 6 ‘O’ Level credits at TWO sittings including English Language and other relevant matriculation subjects.

5 ‘O’ Level Credits at ONE sitting or 6 ‘O’ Level Credits at TWO sittings to include English Language and any other four/ five subjects.

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FACULTY OF LAW

1.MASTER OF LAW (LL.M)

(i)The Programme:

The LL.M degree programme is conducted on an interdepartmental basis.

(ii)Admission Requirements:

Admission is open to any holder of a Bachelor’s degree in Law of this University or any other recognized University. Candidates may be required to undergo a selection process. They are therefore encouraged to provide their e-mail addresses and telephone numbers to facilitate invitation for the interview. You will be required also to produce your Call to Bar and Law School Certificates.

COURSE/COURSE

O’LEVEL REQUIREMENT

CLASS OF

CODE

DEGREE

5 ‘O’ Level Credits at ONE sitting or 6 ‘O’

NOT BELOW

LAW

Level Credits at TWO sittings to include

SECOND

English Language and Literature in English.

CLASS LOWER

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1.PROFESSIONAL MASTER’S IN DEVELOPMENT PRACTICE (MDP) PROGRAMME

(Centre for the Development Practice Programme)

Admission Requirements:

A candidate for admission to the MDP programme must be a graduate of a university/institution recognized by the University of Ibadan Senate with a minimum of second class lower division, in the field of medicine, health sciences, social sciences, management sciences, agriculture, engineering, and humanities. Holders of the Higher National Diploma and Third Class degree from institutions recognized by the Senate of the University of Ibadan may be considered for admission. The applicant must satisfy minimum matriculation requirements of the University of Ibadan i.e. a minimum of five subjects at ordinary level, including English Language, all passed at credit level at not more than two sittings. Relevant work experience in development practice will be an advantage. Admission is open to applicants from all over Africa and beyond.

In addition to the above requirements, applicants must satisfy the ‘O’ Level/First degree matriculation requirements of the University of Ibadan, i.e. ‘O’ Level Credit passes in five subjects at ONE sitting or 6 ‘O’ Level credits at TWO sittings including English Language and other relevant matriculation subjects.

2.POSTGRADUATE DIPLOMA, PROFESSIONAL AND ACADEMIC MASTER’S PROGRAMMES IN INDIGENOUS KNOWLEDGE AND DEVELOPMENT

(Centre For Sustainable Development Practice)

Duration

The Master’s Degree programmes in Indigenous Knowledge will be of three Semesters duration. The first two semesters will be for the taught courses and seminars while the third semester is for internship and writing of project report. The Postgraduate Diploma will be for duration of two semesters.

Admission Requirements

Applicants to any of the programmes must satisfy the matriculation requirements of the University of Ibadan.

(a)Admission to Postgraduate Diploma (PGD) is open to candidates with minimum of lower credit in Higher National Diploma or equivalent as recognised by the University of Ibadan from time to time.

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(b)Admission to the Professional Master’s in IK Degree Programme is open to graduates of this University with at least third (3rd) Class, or of other approved

universities in the Social Sciences, Humanities, Sciences, Health Sciences, Technology, Applied Sciences. Holders of Higher National Diploma with upper credit or candidates with Higher National Diploma with lower credit plus the Postgraduate Diploma in IK may also be offered admission.

(c)Admission to Academic Master’s in IK Degree Programme is open to graduates of this University with at least Second Class Lower (22) or of other approved universities in the Social Sciences, Humanities, Sciences, Health Sciences, Technology, Applied Sciences.

In addition to the above requirements, applicants must satisfy the ‘O’ Level/First degree matriculation requirements of the University of Ibadan, i.e. ‘O’ Level Credit passes in five subjects at ONE sitting or 6 ‘O’ Level credits at TWO sittings including English Language and other relevant matriculation subjects.

3.PROFESSIONAL MASTER DEGREE IN TOURISM PROGRAMME (PMTD) (Centre For Sustainable Development Practice)

Candidates should possess a minimum of Second Class Honours (Lower Division) in Agriculture, the Sciences, the Social Sciences or the Humanities. Relevant working experience would be at an advantage or HND or its equivalent (with a minimum of Upper Credit grade) in Agriculture, the Sciences, the Social Sciences or the Humanities with a minimum of 3 years’ working experience.

In addition to the above requirements, applicants must satisfy the ‘O’ Level/First degree matriculation requirements of the University of Ibadan, i.e. ‘O’ Level Credit passes in five subjects at ONE sitting or 6 ‘O’ Level credits at TWO sittings including English Language and other relevant matriculation subjects.

4.PROFESSIONAL MASTER’S DEGREE PROGRAMME IN INTEGRATED RURAL DEVELOPMENT IN AFRICA ( PROSIRDA)

(Centre For Sustainable Development Practice)

The Professional Master’s Degree programme is aimed at teaching and research in Integrated Rural Development. It is geared towards training serving and aspiring rural development workers and others who wish to advance their knowledge, skills and expertise through specialized training in integrated rural development. The long-term objectives of the programme are:

1)to increase knowledge and enhance learning about rural development and sustainable development;

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2)to promote transparency, accountability, professionalism, and efficiency in integrated rural development;

3)to generate alternative frameworks and guidance for rural development, seeking to strengthen national electoral systems;

4)to encourage the use of sustainable development practices in integrated rural development;

5)to identify cost-effective elements in sustainable design; and

6)to highlight the innovations and encourage knowledge-sharing in integrated rural development.

Admission Requirements

(a)Admission to the MSIRDA Degree Programme is open to graduates of this University with at least Third Class or of other approved universities in the Social Sciences, Humanities, Sciences, Health Sciences, Technology, and Applied Sciences.

(b)Candidates with Higher National Diploma with upper credit are also considered for admission. This however will depend on having appropriate years of post-graduation experience related to sustainable rural development.

In addition to the above requirements, applicants must satisfy the ‘O’ Level/First degree matriculation requirements of the University of Ibadan, i.e. ‘O’ Level Credit passes in five subjects at ONE sitting or 6 ‘O’ Level credits at TWO sittings including English Language and other relevant matriculation subjects.

5.ACADEMIC MASTER’S AND POSTGRADUATE DIPLOMA IN CLIMATE AND SOCIETY PROGRAMME (CSP)

(Centre For Sustainable Development Practice)

Programme

The Postgraduate Degrees in Climate and Society Programme are aimed at teaching and research in Climate Change issues and development. It is geared towards training serving and aspiring development workers and others who wish to advance their knowledge, skills and expertise through specialized training in development in the context of Climate Change.

Objectives:

1.train middle and advanced level human resource on the science and impacts of climate change,

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2.equip professionals with adequate skills to understand key issues, methodologies and approaches in climate change mitigation, adaptation and resilience,

3.bridge the gap between the scientific research and decision-marking communities in climate change, its impact and adaptation issues,

4.increase understanding of methodologies and approaches in climate change adaptation,

5.promote resilience competencies in climate change-relevant contexts, including teamwork, communication and problem solving, and

6.strengthen ability to synthesize multi-disciplinary information and develop problem

solving strategies using integrative approaches and systems thinking.

Admission Requirements

Applicants to the programme must satisfy the matriculation requirements of the University of

Ibadan for their cognate disciplines.

a)Admission to the Academic Master’s in CSP is open to graduates of this University with at least 2nd Class Honours lower division or of other approved universities in relevant disciplines.

b)Admission to the Postgraduate Diploma (PGD) in CSP is open to graduates of this University with at least a third (3rd) Class or other approved universities in relevant disciplines as well as holders of Higher National Diploma (HND), with minimum of lower credit from recognized

institutions.

Duration:

The Academic Master’s Degree in Climate and Society Programme will be of three semesters duration of full-time study. The first two semesters will be for taught courses and seminars while the third semester is for Research Project. Internship is compulsory for all programmes at Centre for Sustainable Development Practice.

In addition to the above requirements, applicants must satisfy the ‘O’ Level/First degree matriculation requirements of the University of Ibadan, i.e. ‘O’ Level Credit passes in five subjects at ONE sitting or 6 ‘O’ Level credits at TWO sittings including English Language and other relevant matriculation subjects.

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1.PROFESSIONAL MASTER (M.SC IN ENTREPRENEURSHIP STUDIES) (Centre for Entrepreneurship and Innovation)

The duration of the full programme shall be a minimum of three semesters for full-time students. The programme, which shall be in modules, shall allow the entrepreneurs the flexibility to undergo the programme in convenient portions and be awarded the commensurate certificate or diploma as the case may be.

I.A student who completes a minimum of one semester on the Professional track and passes a minimum of 15 units (Max 20) including the compulsory courses for the first semester and wishes to take a break from the programme shall be awarded a Certificate in Entrepreneurship Studies.

II.A student who completes a minimum of two semesters on the Professional track and passes a minimum of 30 units (max 40) including compulsory courses for the second semester and wishes to take a break from studies shall be awarded a Postgraduate Diploma in Entrepreneurship Studies.

III.To be awarded the M.Sc. Degree In Entrepreneurship Studies, a student must complete the minimum of three semesters and pass a minimum of 45 units (Max 60) including all the compulsory courses and postings businesses (equivalent of Industrial Training)

For those taking the course on part-time basis, the minimum duration shall be 5 semesters, while the maximum is 6 semesters.

Application into the programme are required to have a minimum of lower credit Higher National Diploma (HND) or its equivalent as recognized by the University of Ibadan Senate from time to time. Degree holders in any discipline with the basic admission requirements for the University of Ibadan shall also be considered.

In addition to the above requirements, applicants must satisfy the ‘O’ Level/First degree matriculation requirements of the University of Ibadan, i.e. ‘O’ Level Credit passes in five subjects at ONE sitting or 6 ‘O’ Level credits at TWO sittings including English Language and other relevant matriculation subjects.

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2.ACADEMIC MASTER (M.SC IN ENTREPRENEURSHIP EDUCATION) (Centre for Entrepreneurship and Innovation)

The duration of the Academic M.Sc shall be a minimum of three (3) semesters and a maximum of 5 semesters for full-time students.

For those taking the course on part-time basis, the minimum duration shall be 5 semesters, while the maximum is 6 semesters.

Applicants are required to have a minimum of Second Class Lower (22) in ANY discipline. They should also possess 5 credits at ONE sitting or 6 ‘O’ Level credits at TWO sittings including English Language and other relevant matriculation subjects.

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ADMISSION TO HIGHER DEGREES AND POSTGRADUATE DIPLOMAS AND AREAS OF SPECIALIZATION OFFERED.

FACULTY OF ARTS

ARABIC AND ISLAMIC STUDIES

Arabic Language and Literature

Islamic Studies

ARABIC LANGUAGE

5 ‘O’ level Credits at one sitting or 6 ‘O’

NOT BELOW SECOND

AND LITERATURE

level Credits at 2

sittings including English

CLASS LOWER

Language, Arabic

studies and 3 or 4 other

subjects in Arts/ Social Science

ARCHAEOLOGY & ANTHROPOLOGY

Archaeology

Ethnoarchaeology

Theory and Method in Archaeology

Pre-Historic

Archaeology of Africa

Archaeology of Tropical Regions

Environmental Archaeology

Cultural Resources Management and Museum Science

Anthropology

Culture of Development Studies

Applied Anthropology

Medical Anthropology

Media Anthropology

ARCHAEOLOGY &

5 ‘O’ level Credits at one sitting or 6 ‘O’ level

NOT

BELOW

ANTHROPOLOGY

passes at two sittings to include English Language

SECOND

CLASS

and at least one or the following subjects:

LOWER

C.R.K/I.R.S, Geography, Govt., History, and

Economics and any 3 other Arts subject.

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CLASSICS

Classical Literature

Ancient History

Ancient Philosophy

Ancient Science and Religion

Classical Archaeology and History of Africa in Antiquity

Epigraphy: Latin Epigraphy; Greek Epigraphy

Classical Mythology

Gender Issues in the Classical World

Roman law and International Relations and Diplomacy

CLASSICS

5 ‘O’ level Credits at one sitting or 6 ‘O’ level

NOT BELOW

Credit at two sittings to include English

SECOND CLASS

Language, Literature in English or History

LOWER

and any other Arts subjects.

COMMUNICATION & LANGUAGE ARTS

Receptive Communication/Language Arts

Expressive Communication/Language Arts

Applied Communication

Book Development and Publishing

Broadcasting and Broadcast Journalism

Print Journalism

Public Relations

Advertising

Indigenous Communication

*Final Selection will be based on written examination/oral interviews of short- listed candidates.

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COMMUNICATION

AND

5 ‘O’ level Credits at one sitting or 6

NOT BELOW

LANGUAGE ARTS

‘O’ level Credits at 2 sittings to include

SECOND CLASS

English Language, Literature in

LOWER

English and any other Arts subject.

ENGLISH

(a)ENGLISH LANGUAGE:

Contrastive Analysis

Varieties of English

English as a Second Language

Socio Linguistics

Stylistics

Pragmatics

Discourse Analysis

Phonology/Phonetics of English

Psycholinguistics

Syntax

Semantics

(b)LITERATURE:

Oral Literature

African Literature in English

English Literature

Caribbean Literature

American Literature

Literature Theory and Criticism

*Final Selection of a & b will be based on written test/oral interviews of short- listed candidates.

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ENGLISH LANGUAGE

AND

5 ‘O’ level Credits at ONE sitting or 6

NOT BELOW

LITERATURE

‘O’ level Credits at TWO sittings to

SECOND CLASS

include Literature in English, English

LOWER

Language and at least one other Arts,

Social Sciences or Science subject

EUROPEAN STUDIES

i.French Studies Translation Studies French Literature Caribbean Literature Comparative Literature Francophone African Literature

ii.European Studies

Intra European History and Governance

Contemporary European Culture

NB: Certified proficiency in French, German or Russia equivalent to B.A (French/German/Russia), NCE (French), “A” Level (French), ‘A’ Level (Russia) will be an added advantage.

EUROPEAN

5 ‘O’ level credits at ONE sitting or 6 ‘O’ level

NOT BELOW SECOND

STUDIES

credits at TWO sittings to include English

CLASS LOWER

Language and any other Arts and Social Science

subjects.

HISTORY

Nigerian History

West African History

Eastern, Central and South African History

North African History

Political History

Economic History

Development Studies

Social and Cultural History

Latin American History

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International Relations/Studies

Women Studies

Asian History

HISTORY

B.A

5 ‘A’ level credits at ONE sitting or 6 ‘O’ level

NOT BELOW SECOND

(HONS)

credit at TWO sittings to include English

CLASS LOWER.

Language, History, Government, and any other

subject from Arts and Social Science. The sixth

could be from Science.

LINGUISTICS AND AFRICAN LANGUAGES

Phonology

Syntax

Semantics

Pragmatics

Applied Linguistics

Historical Linguistics

Sociolinguistics

In addition to the areas of specialization, the following programmes are run under the Ph.D Yoruba Literature.

Literature

Novel

Poetry

Drama

Stylistics

Gender Studies

LINGUISTICS

AND

5 ‘O’ level Credits at ONE sitting or 6 ‘O’ level

NOT BELOW SECOND

AFRICAN STUDIES

Credits at two sittings including English Language

CLASS LOWER

and at least TWO Arts subjects and any other

subject from Social Sciences or Science.

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PHILOSOPHY

Metaphysics

Epistemology

Philosophical Logic

Ethics

Traditional African Philosophy

Philosophy of the Social Sciences

Social and Political Philosophy

Philosophy of Science

Philosophy of Language

History of Philosophy

Philosophy of Culture

PHILOSOPHY

5 ‘O’ level credits at ONE sitting or 6 ‘O’ level

NOT BELOW SECOND

credits at TWO sittings to include English

CLASS LOWER

Language, ONE Arts subject and any other

THREE or FOUR subject from Arts, Social

Sciences or Science.

RELIGIOUS STUDIES

Old Testament

New Testament

Church History

Christian Theology

Sociology of Religion

Religious Ethics

Philosophy of Religion

African Traditional Religion

Islamic Studies

History of Religion

Comparative Study of Religions

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RELIGIOUS STUDIES

5 ‘O’ level subjects at one sitting or 6 ‘O’ level

NOT BELOW SECOND

subjects at 2 sittings to include English Language,

CLASS LOWER

CRK and any other THREE or FOUR subjects in

Arts or Social Sciences.

THEATRE ARTS

Theatre History.

Theatre Theory and Criticism

Arts of the Theatre – Acting, Theatre Directing, Technical Theatre and Theatre Technology; Costume and Make-up Design; Sound Design; Lighting Design; Speech and Rhetorical Arts; Music Arts; Dance and Choreographic Arts.

Media Arts/Media Studies (Film/Television, Radio and Folk Arts) Theatre Management and Arts Administration

Tourism Management

Theatre for Development/Community Theatre Educational Drama and Children’s Theatre

THEATRE ARTS

5 ‘O’ Level Credits at ONE sitting or 6 ‘O’ Level

NOT BELOW SECOND

Credits at TWO sittings to include English

CLASS LOWER

Language, any other FOUR or FIVE subjects in

Arts or Social Sciences.

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FACULTY OF SCIENCE

DEPARTMENT OF ARCHAELOGY & ANTHROPOLOGY

Theory and Method in Archaeology

Pre-Historic and Historic

Archaeology especially of Africa

Cultural Resources Management and Museum Science

Cultural Development Studies

Applied Anthropology

ARCHAEOLOGY

5 ‘O’ Level Credits at ONE sitting

NOT BELOW SECOND

Combined with:

or 6 ‘O’ Level

Credits at

TWO

CLASS LOWER

Geology

sittings including English Language,

Mathematics

and

any

3

other

Geography

Science

subjects

including

Zoology

Chemistry, Geography, Biology and

Botany

Physics.

5 ‘O’ Level Credits at ONE sitting

ANTHROPOLOGY

or 6 ‘O’ Level

Credits at TWO

NOT BELOW SECOND

(Single

Honours)

sittings including English Language,

CLASS LOWER

Biological

Mathematics

and

any

3

other

Science

subjects

including

Chemistry,

Geography,

Biology,

Physics and Agricultural Science.

MICROBIOLOGY

Food Microbiology

Industrial Microbiology

Environmental Microbiology

5 ‘O’ Level Credits at ONE sitting

MICROBIOLOGY

or 6 ‘O’ Level Credits at TWO

NOT BELOW SECOND

sittings including English Language,

CLASS LOWER

Mathematics, Biology, Chemistry

and one/two other Science subjects.

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BOTANY

Ecology

Ethnobotany

Economic Botany

Lower Green Plants/Environmental Pollution Monitoring

Mycology/Fungal Biotechnology

Palynology

Plant Anatomy

Plant Taxonomy/Biosystematics

Plant Genetics/Molecular Biology

Plant Pathology

Plant Physiology & Biochemistry

BOTANY

5 ‘O’ Level Credits at ONE sitting

NOT BELOW SECOND

or 6 ‘O’ Level Credits at TWO

CLASS LOWER

sittings including English Language,

Mathematics, Biology, Chemistry

and any one/two of Physics,

Geography and Agric. Science.

CHEMISTRY

Physical Chemistry

Organic Chemistry

Inorganic Chemistry

Analytical Chemistry

Industrial Chemistry

Environmental Chemistry and Pollution Control

5 ‘O’ Level Credits at ONE sitting or 6 ‘O’

CHEMISTRY Level Credits at TWO sittings including English Language, Mathematics, Chemistry,

Physics, Biology and any subject as the 6th subject.

NOT BELOW SECOND CLASS LOWER

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COMPUTER SCIENCE

Software Engineering

Data Mining

Knowledge Management

Computer Networking

Information Security

Artificial Intelligence

Knowledge Representation

Bioinformatics

Language Theory

5 ‘O’ Level Credits at ONE sitting

COMPUTER

or 6 ‘O’ Level Credits at TWO

NOT BELOW SECOND

SCIENCE

sittings including English Language,

CLASS LOWER

Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry

and any other Science subject. The

6th subject could be any subject.

GEOGRAPHY

Climatology

Geomorphology

Biogeography (Soils and Vegetation)

Land Resources Analysis and Planning

Quantitative Techniques

Geographical Information Systems

Hydrology and Water Resources

5 ‘O’ Level Credits at ONE sitting

GEOGRAPHY

or 6 ‘O’ Level Credits at TWO

NOT BELOW SECOND

sittings including English Language,

CLASS LOWER

Mathematics, Geography,

and any

other 2/3 of the following subjects:

Biology, Chemistry,

Physics,

Further Mathematics.

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GEOLOGY

Mineral Exploration (with options in Geophysics, Geochemistry and Economic/Mining Geology)

Industrial Mineralogy

Economic Geology

Geochemistry/Petrology/Soil Mineralogy

Quaternary Geology

Petroleum Geology/Sedimentology

Micropaleontology/Biostratigraphy

Applied Geophysics

Economic Geology

Petrology/Structural Geology

Micropaleontology

Sedimentology

Hydrogeology/Engineering Geology

5 ‘O’ Level Credits at ONE sitting

NOT BELOW SECOND

GEOLOGY

or 6 ‘O’ Level Credits at TWO

CLASS LOWER

sittings including English Language,

Mathematics,

Physics, Chemistry

and Biology and one of the

following:

Geography,

Further

Mathematics,

Economics,

and

Technical Drawing.

MATHEMATICS

Algebraic Topology

Algebraic Geometry

Algebraic K-Theory

Homological Algebra

Functional Analysis

Harmonic Analysis

Operator Theory

Ordinary Differential Equations

Integral Equations

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Algebraic Number Theory Partial Differential Equations Numerical Analysis

Measure and Probability Theory with Application to Stochastic Processes Probability Theory

Elasticity

Continuum Mechanics

Mathematical Biology

Mathematical Modeling

Quantum Field Theory

Electromagnetic Theory

Financial Mathematics Mathematical Programming Operation Research

5 ‘O’ Level Credits at ONE sitting

MATHEMATICS

or 6 ‘O’

Level

Credits

at TWO

NOT BELOW SECOND

sittings including English Language,

CLASS LOWER

Mathematics, and any two Science

subjects

from

the following:

Biology,

Chemistry,

Physics,

Further

Mathematics

and

Geography.

PHYSICS

Ionospheric Space and Radio Propagation Research

Physics of the Lower Atmosphere

Solid Earth Physics

Radiation and Health Physics

Theoretical Physics

Experimental Solid State Physics

Meterology and Physics of Lower Atmosphere

Instrumentation

5 ‘O’ Level Credits at ONE sitting

PHYSICS

or 6 ‘O’ Level Credits at TWO

NOT BELOW SECOND

sittings including English Language,

CLASS LOWER

Mathematics, Physics and any two

Science subjects from the following:

Biology,

Chemistry,

Further

Mathematics and Geography.

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STATISTICS

Stochastic Processes

Statistical Inference

Generalised Linear and Log-linear

Experimental Design and Analysis

Sample Survey Theory and Methods

Time Series Analysis

Econometric Theory and Methods

Biometrics

Environmental Statistics

Bayesian Statistics and Decision theory

Mathematical Statistics

5 ‘O’ Level Credits at ONE sitting or 6

STATISTICS

‘O’ Level

Credits at

TWO sittings

NOT BELOW

including

English

Language,

SECOND

Mathematics, and any other 3 or 4

CLASS LOWER

subjects

(ii)Higher National Diploma (HND) in the Science/Social Sciences based discipline.

(iii)Bachelor degree in the science based discipline (Science and social sciences).

Note that evidence of work experience in statistical related areas shall be an added advantage.

ZOOLOGY

Animal Physiology

Cell Biology and Genetics

Cellular Parasitology

Ecology/Environmental Biology

Entomology

Hydrobiology and Fisheries

Parasitology

5 ‘O’ Level Credits at ONE sitting or 6 ‘O’

ZOOLOGY

Level Credits at TWO sittings including

NOT BELOW

English Language, Mathematics, and any

SECOND CLASS

other 3 Science subject from the following:

LOWER

Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Further

Mathematics and Geography.

*Economics will be counted as 6th subject.

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ENTRY REQUIREMENTS, DURATION AND REGISTRATION:

Admission to the programmes shall be open to graduates of the University of Ibadan or other Universities recognized by the Senate, who have been admitted to the Bachelor of Science Degree in Zoology or related disciplines. Candidates admitted to the programmes shall be required to register for a minimum of 30 units, including ZOO 750, ZOO 751 and ZOO 752.

To qualify for the award of the Degree, a candidate must spend a minimum of three semesters and maximum of five semesters, and pass at least 30 units including all compulsory courses, as indicated for each programme. Candidates admitted to the programme may be required audit relevant courses at the undergraduate level.

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COLLEGE OF MEDICINE

FACULTY OF BASIC MEDICAL SCIENCES

ANATOMY

Neurobiology

Histology and Histochemistry

Developmental Anatomy

Osteology and Myology

Anthropometry

Molecular biology and forensic Anatomy

DEPARTMENT

O’LEVEL REQUIREMENTS

CLASS OF

DEGREE

5 ‘O’ Level Credits at ONE sitting

NOT BELOW

ANATOMY

or 6 ‘O’ Level Credits at TWO

SECOND CLASS

sittings including English Language,

LOWER

Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry

and Biology.

BIOCHEMISTRY

Cancer Research and Molecular Biology

Membrane Biochemistry and Biotechnology

Molecular Drug Metabolism and Toxicology

Nutritional and Industrial Biochemistry

DEPARTMENT

O’LEVEL REQUIREMENTS

CLASS OF

DEGREE

BIOCHEMISTRY

5 ‘O’ Level Credits at ONE sitting

NOT BELOW

or 6 ‘O’ Level Credits at TWO

SECOND CLASS

sittings including English Language,

LOWER

Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry

and Biology

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CHEMICAL PATHOLOGY

Immunology

Nutrition and Metabolism

Reproductive endocrinology

Toxicology

DEPARTMENT

O’LEVEL REQUIREMENTS

CLASS OF

DEGREE

CHEMICAL

5 ‘O’ Level Credits at ONE sitting

NOT BELOW

PATHOLOGY

or 6 ‘O’ Level Credits at TWO

SECOND CLASS

sittings including English Language,

LOWER

Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry

and Biology

HAEMATOLOGY

Haemoglobin

Haemostasis blood Coagulation

Platelet firbrinolysis

Anaemias with emphasis on Nutritional Anaemias

Blood Transfusions

Immunohaematology

Haematological Malignancies

Enzymology especially G6PD

DEPARTMENT

O’LEVEL REQUIREMENTS

CLASS OF DEGREE

HAEMATOLOGY

5 ‘O’ Level Credits at ONE sitting or

NOT BELOW SECOND

6 ‘O’ Level Credits at TWO sittings

CLASS LOWER

including English Language,

Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and

Biology

*A Medical degree is preferred. Postgraduate Degree being offered is Clinical Haematology.

PHYSIOLOGY

Gastrointestinal secretion and inflammation

Reproduction and fetal programming

Endocrinology and Metabolism

Environmental and Applied Physiology.

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Neurosciences and oral Physiology

Cardiovascular and respiratory Physiology

DEPARTMENT

O’LEVEL REQUIREMENTS

CLASS OF

DEGREE

PHYSIOLOGY

5 ‘O’ Level Credits at ONE sitting

NOT BELOW

or 6 ‘O’ Level Credits at TWO

SECOND CLASS

sittings including English Language,

LOWER

Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry

and Biology

VIROLOGY

Diagnostic Virology

Viral Chemotherapy and Oncology

Viral Entomology

Molecular Virology

Epidemiology and Pathogenesis of Virus infection

DEPARTMENT

O’LEVEL REQUIREMENTS

CLASS OF

DEGREE

VIROLOGY

5 ‘O’ Level Credits at ONE sitting

NOT BELOW

or 6 ‘O’ Level Credits at TWO

SECOND CLASS

sittings including English Language,

LOWER

Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry

and Biology

PHARMACOLOGY AND THERAPEUTICS

Autonomic and central nervous system

Chemotherapy

Ethnopharmacology

Clinical Pharmacology and Pharmacokinetics

Toxicology

Neuropharmacology

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DEPARTMENT

O’LEVEL REQUIREMENTS

CLASS OF

DEGREE

PHARMACOLOGY

5 ‘O’ Level Credits at ONE sitting or 6 ‘O’

NOT BELOW

AND

Level Credits at TWO sittings including

SECOND

THERAPEUTICS

English Language, Mathematics, Physics,

CLASS

Chemistry and Biology

LOWER

DENTISTRY

Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery

Oral Pathology

Preventive Dentistry

Child Oral Health

Restorative Dentistry

DENTISTRY

5 O’ Level Credit Passes at

NOT BELOW

ONE sitting or 6 ‘O’ Level

SECOND CLASS

Credits

at

TWO sittings

LOWER

including

English Language,

Mathematics,

Physics,

Chemistry and Biology.

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FACULTY OF CLINICAL SCIENCES

ANAESTHESIA

5 ‘O’ Level Credits at ONE

ANAESTHESIA

sitting or 6 ‘O’ Level Credits

MBBS HOLDERS

at TWO sittings

including

ONLY

English

Language,

Mathematics,

Physics,

Chemistry and Biology.

PREVENTIVE MEDICINE & PRIMARY CARE

M.Sc Global Health (Holders of MBBS, BDS or any other relevant Health and Social Science

Degrees)

Health Metrics

Humanitarian Studies

Global Diseases and Tobacco Control

PREVENTIVE MEDICINE

5 ‘O’ Level Credits at ONE

NOT BELOW

AND PRIMARY CARE

sitting or 6 ‘O’ Level Credits

SECOND CLASS

at TWO sittings

including

LOWER

English

Language,

Mathematics,

Physics,

Chemistry and Biology.

NURSING

Nursing Education

Nursing Administration

Medical/Surgical Nursing

Mental Health Psychiatric Nursing

Maternal and Child Health Nursing

Community Health Nursing

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5 ‘O’ Level Credits

Bachelor degree (not below Second

NURSING

at ONE sitting or 6

Class lower Division) in Human

‘O’ Level Credits at

Nutrition , Nutrition and Dietetics,

TWO

sittings

Nursing, Biochemistry, Food

including

English

Sciences and M.B.B.S. of the

Language,

University of Ibadan or other

Mathematics,

Institutions recognized by the

Physics,

Chemistry

Senate.

and Biology

OBSTETRICS AND GYNAECOLOGY

Fertility and Reproductive Endocrinology (including Population Health) Assisted Conceptions

Gynaecological Oncology (Including genetic studies) Fetomaternal Medicine

Urogynaecology

OBSTETRICS AND

5 ‘O’ Level Credits at ONE

NOT BELOW

GYNAECOLOGY

sitting or 6 ‘O’ Level Credits

SECOND CLASS

at TWO sittings

including

LOWER

English

Language,

Mathematics,

Physics,

Chemistry and Biology

SURGERY

Surgical Sciences

Bioethics

SURGERY

5 ‘O’ Level Credits at ONE sitting or 6 ‘O’

NOT BELOW

Level Credits at TWO sittings including

SECOND

English Language, Mathematics, Physics,

CLASS LOWER

Chemistry and Biology

PAEDIATRICS

Cardiology

Endocrinology/Metabolism

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Gastroenterology/Nutrition

Genetic/Haematology

Neonatology

Nephrology

Oncology

Growth and Development

Neurology

Pulmonology

Paediatrics and International Child Health

PAEDIATRICS

5 ‘O’ Level Credits at ONE sitting or

NOT BELOW SECOND CLASS

6 ‘O’ Level Credits at TWO sittings

LOWER (Admissions are open to

including

English Language,

medical graduates who have a

Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and

MBBS degree or MBBS/MBChB)

Biology

PHYSIOTHERAPY

Neurological Physiotherapy

Cardio-pulmonary Physiotherapy

Orthopedic Physiotherapy

Sports and Recreational Physiotherapy

5 ‘O’ Level Credits at ONE

PHYSIOTHERAPY

sitting or 6 ‘O’ Level Credits

NOT BELOW

at TWO

sittings

including

SECOND CLASS

English

Language,

LOWER

Mathematics,

Physics,

Chemistry and Biology

OPHTHALMOLOGY

Embryology and Anatomy of the human Eye

Subspecialty Ophthalmology

Ocular Physiology

Ocular Microbiology

Sterilization and sterile products

Human genetics

Immunology

Tropical Ocular Infections

Visual Loss in Children

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Visual Loss in Adults

Computers in Medicine

Basic statistical procedures

Evaluation of drug action in man

The Eye in Systemic Diseases

Ocular Pharmacology

Health systems development

Bioethics and biotechnology

Nuclear Medicine

Imaging science in Surgery

Lasers and their application in Ophthalmology

Wounds, wound healing and biotechnology of tissue culture

OPHTHALMOLOGY

5 ‘O’ Level Credits at ONE

NOT BELOW

sitting or 6 ‘O’ Level Credits

SECOND CLASS

at TWO sittings

including

LOWER

English

Language,

Mathematics,

Physics,

Chemistry and Biology

MEDICINE

M.B;B.S degree of the University of Ibadan or

MEDICINE

5 ‘O’ Level Credits at

an equivalent degree from other Universities

ONE sitting or 6 ‘O’

recognised by the Senate of the University of

Level Credits at TWO

Ibadan.

sittings

including

English

Language,

At least two years post MBBS (housemanship

Mathematics,

Physics,

and youth service inclusive).

Chemistry and Biology

Had passed primary examination of any of the

Postgraduate Medical Colleges.

Already commenced residency training

programme

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OTORHINOLARYNGOLOGY

OTORHINOLARYNGOLOGY

5 ‘O’ Level Credits at ONE sitting or

M.B;B.S degree of the

6 ‘O’ Level Credits at TWO sittings

University of Ibadan or

including

English

Language,

an equivalent degree

Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and

from other Universities

Biology

recognised by the

Senate of the

University of Ibadan.

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FACULTY OF PUBLIC HEALTH

EPIDEMIOLOGY AND MEDICAL STATISTICS

Academic Masters Degree:

Biostatistics

Epidemiology

Clinical Epidemiology

Masters Degree:-

DEPARTMENT

REQUIREMENTS

CLASS OF

DEGREE

M.Sc Epidemiology;

5 ‘O’ Level Credits at ONE

sitting or 6 ‘O’ Level Credits

M.Sc Clinical Epidemiology,

EPIDEMIOLOGY AND

at TWO sittings including

NOT BELOW

English Language,

MEDICAL STATISTICS

SECOND CLASS

Mathematics, Physics,

UPPER

M.Sc Epidemiology &

Chemistry and Biology

Medical Statistics

MPH Field Epidemiology

M.Sc MEDICAL

EPIDEMIOLOGY AND

5 ‘O’ Level Credits at ONE

STATISTICS

MEDICAL STATISTICS

sitting or 6 ‘O’ Level Credits

at TWO sittings including

NOT BELOW

English Language,

SECOND CLASS

Mathematics, Physics,

LOWER

Chemistry and Biology

MPH Medical Demography

EPIDEMIOLOGY AND

5 ‘O’ Level Credits at ONE

MEDICAL STATISTICS

sitting or 6 ‘O’ Level Credits

at TWO sittings including

NOT BELOW

English Language,

SECOND CLASS

Mathematics, Physics,

LOWER

Chemistry and Biology

PREVENTIVE MEDICINE & PRIMARY CARE

Occupational Health Practice

Occupational Nursing

Reproductive and Family Health

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DEPARTMENT

O’LEVEL REQUIREMENTS

CLASS OF

DEGREE

5 ‘O’ Level Credits at ONE sitting or 6 ‘O’

NOT BELOW

PREVENTIVE

Level Credits at TWO sittings including

SECOND

MEDICINE

AND

English Language, Mathematics, Physics,

CLASS LOWER

PRIMARY CARE

Chemistry and Biology

HEALTH POLICY AND MANAGEMENT

Health Policy and Management

Health Services Administration

DEPARTMENT

O’LEVEL REQUIREMENTS

CLASS OF

DEGREE

5 ‘O’ Level Credits at ONE

NOT BELOW

HEALTH POLICY

AND

sitting or 6 ‘O’ Level Credits at

SECOND CLASS

MANAGEMENT

TWO sittings including English

LOWER

Language,

Mathematics,

Physics, Chemistry and Biology

HUMAN NUTRITION

Nutrition Biochemistry

Public Health Nutrition/Community Nutrition

Clinical Nutrition and Diet Therapy

International Nutrition

Food and Nutrition Policy Planning

Food Analysis and Biochemistry

DEPARTMENT

O’LEVEL REQUIREMENTS

CLASS OF

DEGREE

5 ‘O’ Level Credits at ONE

NOT BELOW

HUMAN NUTRITION

sitting or 6 ‘O’ Level Credits at

SECOND

TWO sittings including English

CLASS LOWER

Language,

Mathematics,

Physics, Chemistry and Biology

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HEALTH PROMOTION AND EDUCATION

Health promotion and Education

Population and Reproductive Health Education

DEPARTMENT

O’LEVEL REQUIREMENTS

CLASS OF DEGREE

5 ‘O’ Level Credits at ONE sitting or

NOT BELOW

HEALTH

6 ‘O’ Level Credits at TWO sittings

SECOND CLASS

PROMOTION

AND

including English Language,

LOWER

EDUCATION

Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and

Biology

INSTITUTE OF CHILD HEALTH

Public health Biotechnology

Social aspects of Child Health

Child and Adolescent Health

DEPARTMENT

O’LEVEL REQUIREMENTS

CLASS OF

DEGREE

INSTITUTE OF

CHILD

5 ‘O’ Level

Credits at ONE

NOT BELOW

HEALTH

sitting or 6 ‘O’ Level Credits at

SECOND

TWO sittings including English

CLASS LOWER

Language,

Mathematics,

Physics, Chemistry and Biology

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FACULTY OF PHARMACY

PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMISTRY

Pharmacokinetics and Bioavailability studies

Photochemical studies

Natural product chemistry

Pharmaceutical Analysis and drug quality control

PHARMACEUTICAL

5 ‘O’ Level Credits at ONE

NOT BELOW

CHEMISTRY

sitting or 6 ‘O’ Level Credits

SECOND CLASS

at TWO sittings

including

LOWER

English

Language,

Mathematics,

Physics,

Chemistry and Biology

PHARMACEUTICS

Pharmaceutics

Pharmaceutical Technology

Physical Pharmacy

PHARMACEUTICS

5 ‘O’ Level Credits at ONE

NOT BELOW

sitting or 6 ‘O’ Level Credits

SECOND CLASS

at TWO sittings

including

LOWER

English

Language,

Mathematics,

Physics,

Chemistry and Biology

PHAMARCEUTICAL MICROBIOLOGY

Antimicrobial Agents

National Antimicrobial Products

Microbial Genetics

Microbial Drug Resistance and Public Health

PHAMARCEUTICAL

5 ‘O’ Level Credits at ONE

NOT BELOW

MICROBIOLOGY

sitting or 6 ‘O’ Level Credits

SECOND CLASS

at TWO sittings

including

LOWER

English

Language,

Mathematics,

Physics,

Chemistry and Biology

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PHARMACOGNOSY

Phytochemistry

Standardization of molecular authentication of Medicinal plants and Herbal medicines

Biological activities of Nigerian Medicinal Plants Tissue Culture

PHARMACOGNOSY

5 ‘O’ Level Credits at ONE

NOT BELOW

sitting or 6 ‘O’ Level Credits

SECOND CLASS

at TWO sittings

including

LOWER

English

Language,

Mathematics,

Physics,

Chemistry and Biology

CLINICAL PHARMACY AND PHARMACY ADMINISTRATION

Pharmacotherapeutics

Drug Interactions

Drug Utilization

Clinical Pharmacokinetics

Pharmacoepidermiology

CLINICAL

5 ‘O’ Level Credits at ONE

NOT BELOW

PHARMACY AND

sitting or 6 ‘O’ Level Credits

SECOND CLASS

PHARMACY

at TWO sittings

including

LOWER

ADMINISTRATION

English

Language,

Mathematics,

Physics,

Chemistry and Biology

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FACULTY OF AGRICULTURE AND FORESTRY AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION & RURAL DEVELOPMENT

Agricultural Extension

Rural Sociology

Rural Communication

Home Economics

5 ‘O’ Level Credits at ONE sitting

AGRICULTURAL

or 6 ‘O’ Level Credits at TWO

NOT BELOW

EXTENSION &

RURAL

sittings including English Language,

SECOND CLASS

DEVELOPMENT

Biology/Agric Science, Chemistry,

LOWER

Mathematics and any one/two of

Geography, Physics and Economics

Animal Science

Animal Production and Management

Animal Physiology and Bioclimatology

Animal Breeding and Genetics

Agricultural Biochemistry and Nutrition

Animal Products and Processing

5 ‘O’ Level Credits at ONE sitting or 6 ‘O’ Level

ANIMAL

Credits at TWO sittings including English Language,

NOT BELOW

SCIENCE

Biology/Agric Science, Chemistry, Mathematics and

SECOND CLASS

any one/two of Geography, Physics and Economics

LOWER

AGRONOMY

Soil Science

Crop Production

Horticulture

Agricultural Mechanization

Soil Chemistry

Soil Physics

Soil Fertility

Soil Survey and Land Use Planning

Soil Microbiology

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Plant Nutrition

Crop Physiology

Farming Systems

Weed Science

Plant Breeding

Seed Production

Pasture Agronomy/ Forage Production

Agrometeorology

5 ‘O’ Level Credits at ONE sitting or 6 ‘O’

AGRONOMY

Level Credits at

TWO sittings

including

NOT BELOW SECOND

English Language,

Biology/Agric

Science,

CLASS LOWER

Chemistry, Mathematics and any one/two of

Geography, Physics and Economics

AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS

Resources Economics

Agricultural Business and Financial Management

Agricultural Policy and Planning

Agricultural Marketing

Production Economics and Farm Management

5 ‘O’ Level Credits at ONE sitting or 6

AGRICULTURAL

‘O’ Level Credits at

TWO sittings

NOT BELOW SECOND

ECONOMICS

including

English

Language,

CLASS LOWER

Biology/Agric

Science,

Chemistry,

Mathematics and any one/two of

Geography, Physics and Economics

CROP PROTECTION & ENVIRONMENTAL BIOLOGY

(a) ENTOMOLOGY UNIT

Integrated Pest Management (IPM)

Economic Entomology

Insect Ecology and Biology,

Biological Control,

Host Plant Resistance

Natural Products in Insect Control

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Forest Entomology

Storage Entomology

Commercial Entomology-

Apiculture (Bee management-production of honey, and other bee products) Sericulture (Management of Silkworm for Silk production)

(b)PHYTOPATHOLOGY UNITPlant Pathology including Mycology

Plant Virology Plant Nematology Plant Bacteriology

(c)ENVIRONMENTAL BIOLOGY UNIT

Crop Physiology

Pure and Applied Genetics

Ecology with particular reference to:

The control of weeds and vertebrate pests.

Biological productivity and Bio/Geochemistry

Toxicology and the fate of pesticides in the environment

5 ‘O’ Level Credits at ONE sitting

CROP PROTECTION

&

or 6 ‘O’ Level Credits at TWO

NOT BELOW

ENVIRONMENTAL

sittings

including

English

SECOND CLASS

BIOLOGY

Language, Biology/Agric Science,

LOWER

Chemistry,

Mathematics

and any

one/two of

Geography,

Physics

and Economics

FOREST RESOURCES MANAGEMENT

Silviculture and Forest Biology

Forest Biometrics

Forest Economics and Management

Wood Science

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5

‘O’ Level Credits at ONE sitting or

FOREST

RESOURCES

6

‘O’ Level Credits at TWO sittings

NOT BELOW

MANAGEMENT

including

English

Language,

SECOND CLASS

Biology/Agric

Science,

Chemistry,

LOWER

Mathematics and any one/two of

Geography, Physics and Economics

WILDLIFE & ECOTOURISM MANAGEMENT

(a)WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT Herpetology

Ornithology

Protected Area Management Environmental Impact Study Wildlife Extension Programme Wildlife Utilization Wildlife Genetics

Animal Ethology Wildlife Physiology

(b)ECOTOURISM MANAGEMENT

Ecology Management

Tourism Management

Hotel and Catering Management

Transport and Logistics Management (Air and Sea Port Management) Ecotourism Legislation and policy

Ecotourism Extension

Ecotourism Economics

Fisheries Recreation (Sport Fishing and Others)

Aqua-Tourism

(c)BIODIVERSITY MANAGEMENT

Ecosystem Management

Biodiversity Economy

Legislation and Policy Management

Biodiversity Utilization and Management

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Biodiversity Extension Programme

Biodiversity Conservation

5 ‘O’ Level Credits at ONE sitting or 6

WILDLIFE

AND

‘O’ Level Credits at TWO sittings

NOT BELOW SECOND

ECOTOURISM

including

English

Language,

CLASS LOWER

MANAGEMENT

Biology/Agric

Science,

Chemistry,

Mathematics and any one/two of

Geography, Physics and Economics

AQUACULTURE AND FISHERIES MANAGEMENT

a)Aquaculture

Water quality, Pollution and Toxicology Fish Nutrition

Fish Biotechnology and Genetics Fish Hatchery Management Aquaculture Engineering Culture Systems

Fish Post Harvest Technology and Food Safety Fish Marketing and Product Development

b)Fisheries managementFisheries Ecology

Fisheries Economics and Extension Fisheries Policy, Planning and Development Gear Technology

Oceanography and Deep Sea Fisheries Management Fish Biology

Fish Biodiversity Management

Wetland Fisheries Resources Management Fisheries Recreation

AQUACULTURE

5 ‘O’ Level Credits at ONE sitting or 6

NOT BELOW SECOND

AND FISHERIES

‘O’ Level Credits at TWO sittings

CLASS LOWER

MANAGEMENT

including

English

Language,

Biology/Agric

Science,

Chemistry,

Mathematics and any one/two of

Geography, Physics and Economics

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FACULTY OF THE SOCIAL SCIENCES

SOCIOLOGY

Social Anthropology

Demographical and Population Studies

Sociology of Industry and Work

Political Sociology

Deviant behaviour and Social Problems

Criminology and Penology

Medical Sociology/Anthropology

Social Stratification and Mobility

Industrial and Labour Relations

Social Administration

Industrial Sociology

Political Sociology

Rural Sociology

Urban Sociology

Sociology of Development

5 ‘O’ Level Credits at ONE sitting

NOT BELOW SECOND CLASS

SOCIOLOGY

or 6 ‘O’ Level Credits at TWO

LOWER

sittings in English and other

subjects from Arts, Social

Sciences or Science.

POLITICAL SCIENCE

Comparative Politics

International Relations

Political Sociology

Public Administration

Political Economy

Political Theory

POLITICAL

5 ‘O’ Level Credits at ONE sitting

NOT BELOW SECOND CLASS

SCIENCE

or 6 ‘O’ Level Credits at TWO

UPPER

sittings

including

English,

Government or History, and

three/four other subjects.

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ECONOMICS

Economic Theory

Public Sector Economics

Accounting and Finance

Monetary Economic

International Economics

Development Economics

Economic Planning

Petroleum and Energy Economics

Mathematical Economics

Econometrics

Health Economics

Economics of Education

Transportation Economics

Urban and Regional Economics

Political Economy

Economic History

5 ‘O’ Level Credits at ONE sitting

ECONOMICS

or 6 ‘O’ Level Credits at TWO

NOT BELOW SECOND CLASS

sittings

including

English

UPPER

Language,

Mathematics,

Economics,

and

any other

two/three of Arts, Social Sciences

or Science subjects.

GEOGRAPHY

Urban and Regional Planning

Economic Geography

Population Geography

Theoretical Geography

Quantitative Techniques

Regional Studies

5 ‘O’ Level Credits at ONE sitting or 6 ‘O’

GEOGRAPHY

Level Credits at TWO sittings in English

NOT BELOW

Language, Geography and any other subject

SECOND CLASS

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from Arts or Social Science.

LOWER

PSYCHOLOGY

Experimental Psychology

Clinical Psychology

Industrial & Organisational Psychology

Personality and Social Psychology

Physiological and Comparative

Health Psychology

Psychometrics

Personnel Psychology

Environmental Psychology

Forensic Psychology

Human Resource Psychology

Developmental Psychology

Rehabilitation Psychology

Consumer Psychology

PSYCHOLOGY

5 ‘O’ Level Credits at ONE sitting or 6 ‘O’

NOT BELOW

Level Credits at TWO sittings in English,

SECOND CLASS

Biology, Mathematics, and any other 2/3

LOWER

Social Sciences or Science subjects.

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FACULTY OF EDUCATION

EDUCATIONAL MANAGEMENT

Educational Systems Administration

Institutional Administration

Educational Planning and Policy

Personnel Administration

Economics of Education

Educational Management Information System

Five ‘O’ Level Credits passes at ONE sitting EDUCATIONAL or six ‘O’ Level Credit passes at TWO NOT BELOW MANAGEMENT sittings to include English Language, SECOND CLASS

Mathematics, Economics and any other LOWER subjects from Arts, Social Sciences or Science.

LIBRARY, ARCHIVAL AND INFORMATION STUDIES

Advanced Classification

Bibliometrics

Bibilographic & Reference Services

Education for Librarianship.

Audio Visual Media and Information Technology

Library Services to Specialized Groups

Library Systems Administration

Records & Archives Management

Five ‘O’ level credit passes at ONE

LIBRARY

sitting or six ‘O’ level credits passes at

NOT BELOW SECOND

STUDIES

TWO sittings to include English

CLASS LOWER

Language and any other four or five

relevant subjects from Arts, Social

Science and Sciences

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MASTER OF PUBLISHING AND COPYRIGHT STUDIES

Editorial Procedures

Design Production

Publication Marketing

Textbook and Instructional Material Publishing

Magazine, Corporate and Industrial Publishing

Copyright/Intellectual Property

Electronic Publishing

Scholarly Publishing

Children’s Book Publishing

Publishing Management

Five ‘O’ level credit passes at

MASTER OF PUBLISHING

ONE sitting or

six ‘O’

level

NOT BELOW SECOND

AND

COPYRIGHT

credits passes at TWO sittings to

CLASS LOWER

STUDIES

include

English

Language and

any other four or five relevant

subjects

from

Arts,

Social

Science and Sciences

ADULT EDUCATION

History of Adult Education

Comparative Adult Education

Philosophy of Adult Education

Organisation and Administration of Adult Education

Psychology of Adult Education

Principles and Methods of Adult Education

Curriculum Studies in Adult Education

Literacy

Industrial Education

Principles and Methods of Community Development

Economics of Adult Education

Sociology of Adult Education

Communication Arts

Social Welfare

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Five ‘O’ Level Credits Passes at ADULT EDUCATION ONE sitting or six ‘O’ level credits Passes at TWO sittings including English Language and any other subject from Arts,

Social Sciences or Science.

NOT BELOW SECOND CLASS LOWER

SOCIAL WORK

Industrial Social Welfare

Social Welfare

Health Social Work

Community Development

SOCIAL WORK

Five ‘O’ Level Credits Passes at ONE

sitting or six ‘O’ level credits Passes at

NOT BELOW

TWO sittings including English Language

SECOND CLASS

and any other subject from Arts, Social

LOWER

Sciences or Science.

HUMAN KINETICS AND HEALTH EDUCATION

Organisation and Administration of Human Kinetics Education and Sports Recreation and Leisure Management

Biomechanics

Motor Learning

Exercise Physiology

Sociology and Psychology of Sports

Curriculum, Instruction and Evaluation in Health Education

School and Community Health Education

Health and Safety Education

Note: Candidates for M.Phil, M.Phil/Ph.D and Ph.D programmes shall be interviewed before final recommendation is made.

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Five ‘O’ level credit passes at ONE

HUMAN

sitting or six ‘O’ level credit passes at

NOT BELOW

KINETICS

TWO sittings to include English

SECOND CLASS

Language, and at least one Science

LOWER

subject or Mathematics.

HEALTH

Same as above

NOT BELOW

EDUCATION

SECOND CLASS

LOWER

GUIDANCE AND COUNSELLING

Educational Psychology and School Counselling

Career Counselling

Adolescent Psychology and Youth Counselling

Assessment and Testing

Marriage and Family Life Counselling

Remedial and Reformatory Counselling

STI/HIV/AIDS Counselling

A.Professional Master’s in Personnel Psychology (MPP)

B.M.Phil./Ph.D. and Ph.D.

Educational Psychology

Counselling Psychology

Test and Measurement

Developmental Psychology

Clinical Psychology

Personnel Psychology

Five ‘O’ level credits passes at ONE sitting

GUIDANCE AND

or six ‘O’ level credits passes at TWO

NOT BELOW

COUNSELLING

sittings to include English Language, and

SECOND CLASS

any other subjects from Arts, Social Sciences

LOWER

or Sciences.

SPECIAL EDUCATION

Speech Pathology and Audiology

Education of Gifted and Talented Children

Learning Disabilities

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Education of the Deaf

Education of the Visual handicapped

Mental Retardation

Five ‘O’ level credit passes at ONE sitting or

SPECIAL

six ‘O’ level credits passes at TWO sittings to

NOT BELOW

EDUCATION

include English Language and any other four

SECOND CLASS

or five relevant subjects from Arts, Social

LOWER

Science and Sciences.

TEACHER EDUCATION

Curriculum Studies

Language Education

Mathematics Education

Social Studies Education

Curriculum and Instruction

Science Education

Foundations of Education

Comparative Education

Educational History and Policy

Sociology of Education

Philosophy of Education

Educational Technology

Early Childhood Education

TEACHER

Five ‘O’ Level Credit passes at

NOT BELOW SECOND

EDUCATION

ONE sitting or six ‘O’ level credits

CLASS LOWER

ARTS

passes at TWO sittings to include

English Language two Arts subjects

and others from Social Sciences or

Science subjects.

SOCIAL

Five ‘O’ level credit passes at ONE

NOT BELOW SECOND

SCIENCES

sitting or six ‘O’ level credits passes

CLASS LOWER

at TWO sittings to include English

Language and other subjects from

Arts, Social Science or Science

subject.

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∙ SCIENCE

Five ‘O’ level credit passes at ONE

NOT BELOW SECOND

sitting or six ‘O’ level credits passes

CLASS LOWER

at TWO sittings to include English

Language and any other Four or

Five subjects from Science.

CENTRE FOR EDUCATIONAL MEDIA RESOURCE STUDIES

Research in Media Resources

Media Services to Special Group

ICT in School Media programme

Media in Education

School Media specialist in Curriculum Planning and Implementation

Children/Youth Library Services

Bibliotherapy in Children and Youths rehabilitation

Five ‘O’ level credit passes at ONE

CENTRE

FOR

sitting or six ‘O’ level credits passes at

NOT BELOW SECOND

EDUCATIONAL

TWO sittings to include English

CLASS LOWER

MEDIA

Language and any other four or five

RESOURCE

relevant subjects from Arts, Social

STUDIES

Science and Sciences.

INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION

Full and Part Time Programmes

M.Ed, M.Phil and Ph.D Programmes in Educational Evaluation

i.Construction and Validation of Measurement Instrument

ii.Evaluation of Educational Achievement

iii.Public Examinations

iv.Programme Evaluation

v.Psychological Testing

The programme is for three Semesters for M.Ed (full time), 6 and 8 semesters for full and part time Ph.D. Programmes respectively.

PGDE and M.Ed. In-Service Programmes: in Ibadan, Port-Harcourt, Lagos and Ilesha in Students are to access their lectures in:

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i.Ibadan Centre (University of Ibadan),

ii.Port-Harcourt Centre (Ignatius Ajuru University of Education, Port-Harcourt),

iii.Lagos Centre (St Augustine College of Education, Yaba, Akoka, Lagos) and

iv Ilesha Centre (Osun State College of Education, Ilesha)

a.Educational Evaluation

b.Curriculum Development in:

i.Arts and Languages

ii.Information Technology

iii.Mathematics

iv.Pre Primary and Primary Education

v.Science

Each of the programmes is for four Semesters.

Five ‘O’ level credit passes at ONE sitting

NOT BELOW SECOND CLASS LOWER

or six ‘O’ level credits passes at TWO

FOR M.ED, HND LOWER/THIRD CLASS

sittings to include English Language and

FOR PGDE

any other four or five relevant subjects

from Arts, Social Science and Sciences.

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FACULTY OF VETERINARY MEDICINE

VETERINARY SURGERY AND REPRODUCTION

A)SURGERYAnaesthesia

Emergency and Critical care Diagnostic Imaging Orthopaedics

Small Animal Surgery Farm Animal Surgery Equine Surgery

B)REPRODUCTION (THERIOGENOLOGY) Andrology and Artificial Insemination Veterinary Obstetrics

Veterinary Gynaecology

Reproductive Pathology of Domestic Animals (Male/Female) Small Animals Reproduction

Reproductive Nutrition in Pets and Food Animals Immunoreproduction

Mastitis and Udder Health Management

Genetics and Cytogenetics of Reproduction Disorders in Animal

DEPARTMENT

O’LEVEL REQUIREMENT

UNIVERSITY

DEGREE

VETERINARY

5 ‘O’ level Credit at one sitting or 6 ‘O’ level

Doctor of Veterinary

SURGERY

and

Credit passes at two sittings in:

Medicine (DVM)

REPRODUCTION

English Language

Mathematics

Chemistry

Physics

Biology

And any other science subject.

VETERINARY MEDICINE

Avian Medicine

Companion Animal Medicine

Food Animal Medicine

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Fish and Aquatic Medicine

DEPARTMENT

O’LEVEL REQUIREMENT

UNIVERSITY

DEGREE

VETERINARY MEDICINE

5 ‘O’ level Credit at one sitting or 6 ‘O’ level

DOCTOR OF

Credit passes at two sittings in:

VETERINARY

English Language

MEDICINE

Mathematics

(DVM)

Chemistry

Physics

Biology

And any other science subject.

VETERINARY PATHOLOGY

Anatomic Pathology

Clinical Pathology

Poultry Pathology

DEPARTMENT

O’LEVEL REQUIREMENT

CLASS OF DEGREE

VETERINARY

5 ‘O’ level Credit at one sitting

NOT

BELOW

PATHOLOGY

or 6 ‘O’ level Credit passes at

SECOND

CLASS

two sittings in:

LOWER

English Language

Mathematics

Chemistry

Physics

Biology

And any other science subject.

VETERINARY MICROBIOLOGY & PARASITOLOGY

(A)MICROBIOLOGY

Microbial Chemistry Advanced Bacteriology A Advanced Bacteriology B Advanced Virology Microbial Genetics

147

Mycology

Immunology

Environmental Microbiology

Biostatistics

(B)PARASITOLOGY Diseases caused by Helminths Diseases caused by Protozoa Laboratory Identification of Parasites Parasitic Insects

Parasitic Acarines

Laboratory Identification of Parasitic Arthropods Wildlife Parasitology and Ecology Biostatistics

Taxonomy of Parasites Taxonomy of Parasitic Anthropods Immunology

DEPARTMENT

O’LEVEL REQUIREMENT

CLASS OF DEGREE

VETERINARY

5 ‘O’ level Credit at one sitting

NOT

BELOW

MICROBIOLOGY

&

or 6 ‘O’ level Credit passes at

SECOND

CLASS

PARASITOLOGY

two sittings in:

LOWER

English Language

Mathematics

Chemistry

Physics

Biology

And any other science subject.

(a) PREVENTIVE VETERINARY MEDICINE (M.P.V.M.)

Advanced Epizootiology

Veterinary Biometrics

Veterinary Extension

Veterinary Technical Writing and Reporting

Veterinary Econometrics

Design and Implementation of the Herd Health Schemes

Veterinary Project Identification and Appraisal

148

Strategies for the Prevention and Control of Diseases in Animal Population

Veterinary Business Organisation and Administration Advanced Epizootiology

Applied Veterinary Immunology

Advances in Veterinary Extension Technical Report Writing

Disease Surveillance and Emergency Preparedness Advances in Vaccine Production and Vaccinations Veterinary Biometrics

Advances in Veterinary Jurisprudence Laboratory Diagnostic Methods

(b) VETERINARY PUBLIC HEALTH (M.V.P.H.)

Advanced Meat and milk hygiene

Advanced Epizootiology

Applied Veterinary Immunology

Technical Report Writing

Veterinary Biometics

Advances in Veterinary Jurisprudence

Laboratory Diagnostic Methods

Control of Major and Emerging Zoonoses

Veterinary Environmental Health

Advances in Veterinary Extension

Fish and Shellfish Hygiene

Abattoir Design and Management

Animal By-Products and Hazard

(c)MASTER OF SCIENCE-EPIZOOTIOLOGY

Advanced Epizootiology

Applied Vet. Immunology

Technical Report Writing

Disease Surveillance and Emergency Preparedness Veterinary Biometrics

Capture Methods and Disease Control Laboratory Diagnostic Methods Animal by-products and HACCP…

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