List of courses offered at Tansian University – National Universities Commission (NUC) Approved.
Tansian University has been granted approval by the National Universities Commission (NUC) to run the programmes as listed below.
See also: Tansian University Post UTME Updates.
TANSIAN UNIVERSITY AVAILABLE DEGREE PROGRAMMES.
FACULTY OF NATURAL AND APPLIED SCIENCES
B.Sc Computer Science
FACULTY OF MANAGEMENT AND SOCIAL SCIENCES
B.Sc Banking and Finance
B.Sc Business Administration
B.Sc Mass Communication
B.Sc Political Science
Philosophy and Religious Studies
FACULTY OF EDUCATION
B.Ed Primary Education
B.Ed Education Management
B.Ed Guidance & Counselling
B.A (Ed) Education/English Language & Literary Studies
B.A (Ed) Education/CRS
B.Sc (Ed) Education/Biology
Social Science & Vocational Education
B.Sc (Ed) Education/Economics
B.Sc (Ed) Education/Political Science
B.Sc (Ed) Education/Accounting
GENERAL STUDIES AND ENTREPRENEURIAL SKILL COURSES
With a view to enriching the curriculum, the University has established some academic support units to facilitate the academic departments in their direct teaching areas. Each academic support unit is established to facilitate learning and assist students in attaining the objective of a ‘total man’ fully equipped to face the challenges of life outside the university environment.
The National Universities Commission, as part of the minimum academic standard, has made it mandatory for all undergraduates in Nigerian Universities to study for and earn credit units in General Studies. Tansian University, because of its distinctive posture, has also made it mandatory for its students to earn credit units in entrepreneurial skills. These requirements provide opportunity for students to have some knowledge of other disciplines apart from their areas of specialization and also learn some trades that can be of benefit to them in the future.
For this reason, the University has set up a General Studies Unit to achieve the following objectives:
- Fostering the development of community skills among students.
- Providing basic knowledge to students in other disciplines apart from their area of specialization.
- Developing entrepreneurial skills for dependency and ability to maximize opportunities.