B.Sc. (Hons) Degree in Entrepreneurial Studies

Five O/level Credit passes in not more than two sittings to include: English Language, Mathematics, Economics and any other two subjects from:

(i) Government/History

(ii) Commerce

(iii) Principles of Account

(iv) Christian Religious Knowledge

(v) Geography

(1) In addition to UTME requirements, GCE A/L passes or its equivalent in Economics and at least one of the following:

(i) Business Mgt.

(ii) Accounting

(iii) Mathematics

(iv) Government

(v) Geography

(2) OND with minimum of Upper Credit in Business Administration, Marketing, Agribusiness & Mgt., Accounting or related discipline

English, Mathematics, Economics and any other subject from Government, Principles of Account, Christian Religious Knowledge, Geography


Academic regulations and guidelines

Students are required to avail themselves of the handbook on academic regulations and guidelines. On admission students are individually assigned to academic advisers who are members of the department. At the beginning of each session or semester, students are required to register for courses in consultation with their academic advisers.

Students are expected to channel their academic challenges and grievances to the Head of Department through their acedmic advisers. The Head of Department will usually resolve the issue or refer such issues to the departmental Board.  The Head of Department will normally refer cases that require senate attention to the Departmental Board. The decisions and recommendations are referred to the senate through the College Board. The decision of the senate on such cases communicated to the students by the registrar.


Conduct of Examination

The university operates a course system. Examinations are held for each course at the end of each semester. Examinations are supervised and invigilated by academic staff. Examinations are centrally planned and scheduled by the examinations and Time Table committee. Each College has a representative in the committee. The committee reports to senate and   results of the examinations are published in the department after senate approval. In addition, cases of examinations are reported to the Vice Chancellor and chairman of senate through the chairman, ETTC. The chairman of senate refers such cases to the Examination Malpractice committee for investigation. The decisions of the committee are referred to senate for approval. Appropriate sanctions are applied by senate in proven cases.