Undergraduate

Admission Requirements:

Candidates seeking admission into any of the undergraduate programmes of Department of Political Science and International Relations should fulfil the following requirements:

  1. Candidates should possess at least five credit passes at not more than two sittings in the O/L, SSCE/GCE/NECO or their equivalents in the following subjects:

For International Relations:

(a.) Mathematics

(b.) English Language

(c.) Government or History, and

(d.) Any other two (2) subjects from Social Science or Arts

  1. Candidates must also sit for the current JAMB examination and obtain the prescribed cut-off mark in the relevant subject.
  2. Candidates must fulfil any other requirement set by the University for admission into the programmes.
Graduation Requirements:

To be eligible for the B.Sc Degree in International Relations, the candidate must satisfy the general regulations of the University and must have taken and passed approved compulsory and elective courses.  It is possible for a candidate to exceed the minimum number of 168 Credit Units shown below, by selecting courses of his/her choice, provided that prior approval of the Head of Department is obtained.

Required Units for Graduation for B.Sc International Relations

Level

100

200

300

400

Total

Core/ Compulsory

21

22

30

30

103

Electives

4

3

6

6

19

Industrial Training [SIWES]

 

 

 

 

0

College Courses

6

6

12

University Courses

4

4

4

4

16

NUC Courses

10

6

2

 

18

TOTAL

45

41

42

40

168

Course Structure: 
  1. 100 Level International Relations
  2. 200 Level International Relations
  3. 300 Level International Relations
  4. 400 Level International Relations
Admission Requirements:

Candidates seeking admission into any of the undergraduate programmes of Department of Political Science and International Relations should fulfil the following requirements:

  1. Candidates should possess at least five credit passes at not more than two sittings in the O/L, SSCE/GCE/NECO or their equivalents in the following subjects:

For Political Science:

(a.) Mathematics

(b.) English Language

(c.) Government or History, and

(d.) Any other two (2) subjects from Social Science or Arts

  1. Candidates must also sit for the current JAMB examination and obtain the prescribed cut-off mark in the relevant subject.
  2. Candidates must fulfil any other requirement set by the University for admission into the programmes.
Graduation Requirements:

To graduate from the 4-year Bachelor of Science Degree Programme in Political Science, the student must have successfully completed a minimum of 168 Credit Units as shown below:

Required Units for Graduation for B.Sc Political Science

Level

100

200

300

400

Total

Compulsory Courses

21

22

30

30

103

Electives

4

3

6

6

19

Industrial Training [SIWES]

 

 

 

 

0

College Courses

6

6

12

University Courses

4

4

4

4

16

NUC Courses

10

6

2

 

18

TOTAL

45

41

42

40

168

Course Structure: 
  1. 100 Level Political Science
  2. 200 Level Political Science
  3. 300 Level Political Science
  4. 400 Level Political Science
Admission Requirements:

Candidates seeking admission into any of the undergraduate programmes of Department of Political Science and International Relations should fulfil the following requirements:

  1. Candidates should possess at least five credit passes at not more than two sittings in the O/L, SSCE/GCE/NECO or their equivalents in the following subjects:

For Policy and Strategic Studies:

(a.) Mathematics

(b.) English Language

(c.) Government or History, and

(d.) Any other two (2) subjects from Social Science or Arts

  1. Candidates must also sit for the current JAMB examination and obtain the prescribed cut-off mark in the relevant subject.
  2. Candidates must fulfil any other requirement set by the University for admission into the programmes.
Graduation Requirements:

To graduate from the 4-year Bachelor of Science Degree Programme in Policy and Strategic Studies, the student must have successfully completed a minimum of 168 Credit Units as shown below:

Required Units for Graduation for B.Sc. Policy and Strategic Studies

Level

100

200

300

400

Total

Compulsory Courses

21

22

30

30

103

Electives

4

3

6

6

19

Industrial Training [SIWES]

 

 

 

 

0

College Courses

6

6

12

University Courses

4

4

4

4

16

NUC Courses

10

6

2

 

18

TOTAL

45

41

42

40

168

Course Structure: 
  1. 100 Level Policy and Strategic Studies
  2. 200 Level Policy and Strategic Studies
  3. 300 Level Policy and Strategic Studies
  4. 400 Level Policy and Strategic Studies