Courses Offered by University of Uyo as Part Time

Are you looking for which courses do university of uyo have as part time? If yes, this article will guide you through. All the part time courses are in School of Continue Education. We have also included the admission requirements for each courses as well as how to apply.

The School of Continuing Education was established by the University of Uyo in September, 2001.
The mission of the School is to supplement the efforts of the University of Uyo in its middle and higher level manpower training and development for the nation.

Here the Courses Offered by University of Uyo as Part Time at all levels – undergraduate and Post graduate…

Dept. of Agric. Econs & Extension
B. Agric. Agricultural Economics and Extension

i. Dept of Comm. Arts
B. A Comm. Arts
ii. Dept. of English
B.A English
iii. Dept of History & Int. Studies
B.A His.& Int. Studies
vi. Dept of Philosophy
B.A Philosophy

i. Dept. of Accounting
B. Sc. Accounting.
ii. Dept. of Business Management
B.Sc. Business Management
iii. Dept. of Banking & Finance
B. Sc. Baking & Finance
iv. Dept. of Marketing
B.Sc. Marketing.

i. Dept. of Curriculum Studies Educational Management & Planning
B. A. (Ed) English
ii. Dept. of Educational Foundations, Guidance & Counseling
a. B. Ed Social Studies
b. B. Ed Guidance & Counseling c. B. Sc. (Ed) Political Science
iii. Physical & Health Education
B.Sc.(Ed) Health Education
iv. Dept. of Early Childhood & Special Education
B. Ed Pre-Primary & Primary Education
v. Dept. of Educational Technology & Library Science
Bachelor of Library and Information Science (BLIS)

i. Dept. of Economics
B.Sc. Economics
ii. Dept. of Pol. Sc. and Public Admin. B.Sc. Pol. Sc. & Public Admin
iii. Dept. of Sociology & Anthropology
B. Sc Sociology & Anthropology.

i. Candidates should possess (WASC/NECO/GCE) or their equivalent with credit passes in five (5) subjects at not more than two sittings, including English Language and other specific Departmental and Faculty requirements as specified in the JAMB brochure.
ii. Candidates are expected to score a minimum of 180 and above in the 2013 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME).
iii. Candidates are also expected to pass the University of Uyo Post-UTME Screening Test in Use of English Language, and three relevant subjects.
iv. All candidates applying for admission into any of the Undergraduate Programmes must possess the academic qualifications as specified by the Joint Admissions and Matriculations Board for subject of choice.
v. Undergraduate programmes run for five (5) years for UTME candidates and four (4) years for Direct Entry candidates, except in the Department of Agricultural Economics and Extension which runs for six (6) years for UTME and five (5) years for Direct Entry candidates, respectively.

i. For Direct Entry admission, candidates are expected to possess at least two (2) A/Level papers, NCE, Ordinary National Diploma or equivalent University Diploma (at acceptable levels) in related areas plus (WASC/NECO/GCE) or their equivalent at not more than two sittings, with credit passes in five (5) subjects including English Language, and other specific departmental requirements.
ii. Candidates must attach the photocopies of their UTME Direct Entry SLIPS.
iii. Candidates are expected to pass the University of Uyo qualifying Screening Test in the Use of English and three other relevant subjects.

1. Please note that all candidates with SSC examination results obtained before 2010 must present their Certificates. Statement of results for earlier years will not be accepted.
2. Candidates must ensure that they had registered with JAMB. Candidates whose names are not found in the 2013/2014 UTME and Direct Entry Printout will NOT be allowed into the screening halls.

1. Faculty of Engineering
a. Department of Civil Engineering
Postgraduate Diploma in Civil Engineering
b. Department of Chemical and Petroleum Engineering
Postgraduate Diploma in Chemical Engineering
2. Faculty of Social Sciences Department of Geography and Regional Planning
a. Postgraduate Diploma in Geographic Information System (PGD GIS)
b. Postgraduate Diploma in Environment and Development (PGD EVD).

(a) B. A. (Ed.) in:
a. English
b. Fine Arts
c. French
d. History
e. Religion
f. Music
(b) B.Sc. (Ed.) in:
a. Biology
b. Chemistry
c. Mathematics
d. Physics
e. Integrated Science
f. Physical Education
g. Health Education
(c ) B.Sc. (Ed.) in:
a. Economics
b. Geography
c. Political Science
(d ) B.Sc. (Ed.) in:
a. Business Education (Accounting)
b. Technical Education
c. Home Economics Education d. Agricultural Education
(e ) B. Ed. in:
a. Pre-Primary & Primary Education
b. Guidance and Counseling
c. Special Education
d. Social Studies
(f) B. L. S. (Ed.) in:
Library & Information Science

Only holders of the following qualifications are eligible to apply:
i. NCE with a minimum of eight (8) points and above in Education and the teaching subjects.
ii. General Nursing and Midwifery/Psychiatry Nursing with at least three (3) years post qualification experience, may be eligible for admission for Health Education.
iii. Candidates with (i) or (ii) above must, in addition, possess five (5) subjects at GCE (O/L), NECO/WASC/TC II, SSC including English Language at not more than two sittings and any other specific departmental requirement.
iv. Programmes in Sciences, Vocational Education and Library Science require a credit pass in Mathematics. Holders of Diploma in Library Science with at least Lower Credit are also eligible for admission into BLIS Library & Information Science Please note that a credit pass in Chemistry is a requirement for candidates intending to offer Home Economics Education and Agricultural Education.

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