Full List Engineering Courses and their Requirements in Nigeria

Are you planning to become an Engineer in Nigeria? If yes, see the full list of courses from Nigerian Universities studying Engineering    and their requirements for Higher institutions.

Full List Engineering Courses in Nigeria

» Agricultural and Bio-Resources Engineering
» Agricultural and Environmental Engineering
» Agricultural And Management Engineering
» Agricultural Engineering
» Architecture
» Automoblie Engineering
» Automotive Engineering
» Banking And Finance
» Biomedical Engineering
» Biotechnology
» Building Technology
» Chemical And Polymer Engineering
» Chemical Engineering
» Chemical/Petrochemical Engineering
» Chemical/Petroleum/Petrochemical Engineering.
» Civil Engineering
» Civil Engineering/Hydrology
» Communication and Multimedia Advertising
» Communication and Multimedia Design
» Communication and Multimedia Printing Journalism
» Communication and Multimedia Television/Filming
» Communication Technology
» Communication Technology And Wireless Technology
» Computer And Communication Engineering
» Computer and Information Science
» Computer Engineering
» Computer Science
» Computer Science with (Economics) (Mathematics)
» Construction Management and Technology
» Electrical And Computer Engineering
» Electrical And Information Engineering
» Electrical Engineering
» Electrical/Electronic Engineering
» Electrical/Electronics/Computer Engineering
» Electronics And Computer Engineering
» Electronics Engineering
» Environmental Engineering
» Environmental Management
» Environmental Management Technology
» Environmental Resources Management
» Environmental Technology
» Food Engineering
» Food Science and Engineering
» Food Science and Technology
» Food Science and Technology/Engineering
» Food Technology
» Gas Engineering
» Geography
» Geography and Environmental Science
» Geography and Meteorology
» Geography and Planning
» Geography and Regional Planning
» Glass Technology
» ICT Engineering
» Industrial And Production Engineering
» Industrial Arts
» Industrial Design
» Industrial Production Engineering
» Information And Communication Engineering
» Information And Communication Technology Engineering
» Information And Media Technology Engineering
» Information Management Technology
» Information System
» Information Technology
» Irrigation Engineering
» Land Survey
» Land Surveying And Geo-Informatics
» Management Technology
» Marine Engineering
» Maritime Management Technology
» Material Engineering
» Materials and Production Engineering
» Mechanical and Production Engineering
» Mechanical Engineering
» Mechatronics And System Engineering
» Mechatronics Engineering
» Metallurgical and Material Engineering
» Metallurgical Engineering
» Meteorology
» Mining Engineering
» Navalachitecture
» Nutrition And Dietetics
» Petroleum and Gas Engineering
» Petroleum Engineering
» Polymer and Textile Engineering
» Polymer Engineering
» Production Engineering
» Project Management Technology
» Quantity Surveying
» Remote Sensing And Geosciences Information System
» Shipping And Maritime Technology
» Software Engineering Engineering
» Surveying
» Surveying and Geo-Informatics
» Systems Engineering
» Technological Management
» Telecommuniction Engineering
» Textile Science and Technology
» Transport Management Technology
» Urban and Regional Planning
» Visual Arts and Technology
» Water Resources and Environmental Engr.

General Admission Requirements for Engineering Courses in Nigeria

A typical admission requirements are as follows

5 O’level credit including Mathematics, English, Physics and Chemistry in not more that two sittings
JAMB UTME score of at least 180 in most federal universities and 150 in most private and state universities.
Note: Engineering courses are always very competitive to get admission. So make sure you score high in both jamb and post utme.

Some important Questions you might ask about studying Engineering

Can someone put awaiting result while filling JAMB UTME form?
Yes, a student can write JAMB while awaiting WAEC/ NECO result. This does not affect the student in any way since the O’Level result ( WAEC?/NECO) will be out before the admission process.

How many years does it take to study Engineering in Nigeria Universities?
I takes typically 5 years to complete undergraduate studies in Engineering after which the student will be awarded Bachelor of Engineering ( B.Eng ) on completions. During this period, the student will undergo a one year Industrial Training as part of the 5 year undergraduate program.

Is Further Mathematics compulsory to study Engineering?
No, it is not compulsory, but it is necessary for a student to have a background knowledge of Further Mathematics which will help him/her in the higher institution since the mathematics studied in the University is much similar to Further Maths.

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