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NUC Approves 50 Full-Time Academic Programmes for Emmanuel Alayande University of Education!

The Emmanuel Alayande University of Education is charting new academic territories with 50 programmes receiving the NUC 's nod . But what does this mean for the university 's educational landscape , and how might it alter the trajectory of many educational careers? If you 're pondering over the potential avenues this could open or the specific courses approved, delve deeper into the details that herald a new chapter for the institution .

NUC Approves 50 Full-Time Academic Programmes for Emmanuel Alayande University of Education!

In an impressive expansion of its academic offerings, the Emmanuel Alayande University of Education, located in Oyo State, has been granted approval by the National Universities Commission (NUC) to commence 50 full-time undergraduate programmes. This significant development comes on the heels of a comprehensive resource verification by NUC experts, aimed at ascertaining the readiness of the university to provide quality education across various disciplines.

NUC’s Official Communique

A letter from the office of the Executive Secretary of the NUC states: “The Vice-Chancellor is hereby notified of the successful assessment of human and material resources for the proposed
programmes at Emmanuel Alayande University of Education. Consequently, the Ag.

Executive Secretary has affirmed the
establishment of the following full-time
undergraduate programmes, which are set to commence in the Main Campus from the 2023/2024 academic session.”

A Glimpse into the Approved Programmes

The university now boasts a diverse range of programmes spanning from education in natural sciences, technology, arts, to social sciences.

Here is a list of the newly approved
courses:

01. B.Sc. (Ed) Biology Education
02. B.Sc. Biology
03. B.Sc. (Ed) Integrated Science
04. B.Sc. (Ed) Chemistry Education
05. B.Sc. Chemistry
06. B.Sc. (Ed) Mathematics Education
07. B.Sc. (Ed) Computer Science Education
08. B.Sc. Computer Science
09. B.Sc. (Ed) Physics Education
10. B.Sc. (Ed) Health Education
11. B.Sc. (Ed) Human Kinetics/Physical
Education
12. B.Sc. (Ed) Economics Education
13. B.Sc. Economics
14. B.Sc. (Ed) Environmental Education
15. B.Sc. (Ed) Geography Education
16. B.Sc. (Ed) Educational Management
17. B.Ed. Educational Technology
18. B.Tech (Ed) Building Technology Education
19. B.Tech (Ed) Metal Work Technology
Education
20. B.Tech (Ed) Automobile Technology
Education
21. B.Tech (Ed) Woodwork Technology
Education
22. B.Tech (Ed) Electrical/Electronics
Education
23. B.A. Ed. History and International Studies
24. B.A. (Ed) English/Literature in English
25. B.A. English Language and Literary Studies
26. B.LIS. Library and Information Science
27. B.A. (Ed) French
28. B.A. (Ed) Yoruba
29. B.A. (Ed) Hausa
30. B.Sc. (Ed) Political Science Education
31. B.Sc. Political Science
32. B.Sc. (Ed) Social Work
33. B.Sc. (Ed) Social Studies and Civic
Education
34. B.Sc. (Ed) Special Education
35. B.Ed. Guidance and Counselling
36. B.Ed. Adult and Continuing Education
37. B.Ed. Early Childhood Education
38. B.Ed. Primary Education
39. B.A. (Ed) Arabic Education
40. B.A. (Ed) Christian Religious Studies
41. B.A. (Ed) Islamic Studies
42. B.A. (Ed) Creative Arts Education
43. B.A. (Ed) Music
44. B.A. (Ed) Fine and Applied Arts
45. B.A. (Ed) Theatre Arts
46. B.Sc. (Ed) Agricultural Science Education
47. B.Sc. (Ed) Home Economics Education
48. B.Sc. (Ed) Business Education
49. B.Sc. (Ed) Entrepreneurship Education
50. B.Sc. Accounting

Emphasising Full-Time Learning

The NUC’s approval emphasises that these programmes are to be offered strictly on a full-time basis. The part-time mode of these courses has not received approval, underlining the commission’s focus on full-time education’s immersive and continuous learning experience.

Maintaining Academic Integrity

The university is tasked with upholding the prescribed titles and nomenclatures of the programmes. Any anticipated changes in the future would necessitate further approval from the NUC, ensuring that academic standards remain stringent and consistent.

Commitment to Quality Education

The university is also reminded to maintain adequate human and material resources to foster the growth and development of these approved programmes. This is a clarion call for the institution to ensure that the highest educational standards are met and sustained.

Concluding Thoughts

The approval of these 50 programmes is a testament to Emmanuel Alayande University of Education’s commitment to providing expansive and quality educational opportunities. Prospective students can look forward to a robust curriculum designed to equip them with knowledge and skills for the future.

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Full Stack Developer, Backend And Frontend. And Also Final Year Computer Science Student at Abubakar Tatari Ali Polytechnic Bauchi.

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