Full List of Courses/Available Programmes Offered at University of Ilorin, UNILORIN For All Faculties
Here is a complete and comprehensive list of courses offered at University of Ilorin (UNILORIN) and all candidates interested in studying at the institution are encouraged to take note.
List of Courses Offered at University of Ilorin (UNILORIN)
Forestry And Wildlife Management
Arts And Humanities
Comparative Religious Studies
History And International Studies
Agricultural Science And Education
Education & Arabic
Education & Christian Religious Studies
Education & Economics
Education & Islamic Studies
Education & Mathematics
Education & Physics
Education & Yoruba
Education And Biology
Education And Chemistry
Education And English Language
Education And French
Education And Geography
Education And History
Education And Social Studies
Educational Technology / Introductory Tech.
Primary Education Studies
Agricultural And Biosystems Engineering
Engineering Information And Communication Science
Metallurgical And Materials Engineering
Quantity Surveying Surveying And Geoinformatics
Urban And Regional Planning
Water Resources And Enviromental Engineering
Common & Islamic Law
Medicine And Surgery
Library And Information Science
Geography And Environmental Management
About University of Ilorin (UNILORIN)
The University of Ilorin, also known as UNILORIN, is a university in Ilorin, Nigeria. It was established by a decree of the Federal Military Government in 1975 and is a federal government owned tertiary institution of education located in Ilorin, Kwara State, western Nigeria.
The ancient city of Ilorin, capital of Kwara State, is about 300 km fromLagos and 500 km from Abuja, the country’s administrative capital. In August 2014, the school was ranked as the best university in Nigeria by 4icu.
From three faculties in 1976, today there are fifteen faculties: Arts (1976), Education (1976), Engineering & Technology (1978), Agriculture (1982), Law (1993, after an initial start-up in 1983), Basic Medical Sciences (2004), Clinical Sciences (2004) Communication and Information Sciences (2008), Veterinary Medicine (2009), Pharmaceutical Science (2010), and Life Science; Physical Science; Environmental Science; Management Sciences; and Social Sciences in (2013).
Altogether, there are over 60 academic departments in the existing ten faculties. Undergraduate degree programmes run for 3,4,5, or 6 years, depending on entry qualifications and discipline.
The University started with the traditional British “Three Term System” but later changed into a modified form of the American “Two Semester System” called Harmattan and Rain semesters with effect from 1979/80 session.
Each semester comprises one half of an academic year as determined by Senate. Also instruction in the various Faculties with the exception of the Health Sciences is by the course system. These courses are quantified into credits.
The University has teaching support units which include the Computer Centre, Central Workshop and Stores, Biological Garden, Community Based Experience and Services (COBES), Medical Educational Resources Unit, General Studies (Use of English/National Awareness) Division, and Teaching & Research Farm.