As Physics is a practical oriented Science, the philosophy of Physics is to facilitate the production and empowerment of its graduates that can advanced the frontiers of knowledge of Physics, and also, have broad based bias in Electronics and its applications.
Objectives of Physics department
- To produce skilled technical and managerial manpower for aviation and maritime industries.
- To produce skilled manpower required to establish, manage and direct small scale mobile telecommunication firms and solar/photovoltaic cells fabricating industries using available locally sourced raw material.
- To produce graduates who will be involved in designing, producing and supplying measuring instruments for schools and universities laboratories.
- To produce skilled technical manpower that will be involved in health consultancy services in hospitals and health organisations.
- To produce graduates with knowledge of observing the atmospheric weather conditions and informing the society of how to avoid some of its impending dangers and disasters.
- To produce qualified graduates with strong Physics fundamentals background who will be able to teach Physics and allied courses in appropriate institutions of learning.
A. Candidates must have five credits in O’level SSCE of WAEC or NECO or IGCSE at not more than two sittings to include:
- Mathematics (Credit)
- English (Credit)
- Physics (Credit)
- Chemistry (Credit)
- Further Mathematics/Biology/Geography (Credit)
B. UNIFIED TERTIARY MATRICULATION EXAMINATION (UTME) SUBJECT REQUIREMENTS :
C. DIRECT ENTRY REQUIREMENTS Direct Entry candidates must fulfil the conditions in A (above) and have a minimum of Upper or Lower Credit at the ND Examination or equivalent from a recognized institution or G.C.E (Advanced Level) or equivalent in at least two science subjects with a minimum of a credit (C) in Physics and any of Mathematics or Chemistry to qualify for admission into 200 level of the programmes.