Aim and Objectives

The combination of mechanical, electrical, electronic, computing, measurement and control elements are now an important part of most modern engineering systems and are essential to meet new challenges in engineering innovation, some of which includes:

ENTRY INTO MECHANICAL ENGINEERING DEGREE PROGRAMMES DEPENDS ON:

  • Success in the Senior Secondary Certificate Examinations or their equivalent, with five credits in subjects which must include English Language, Mathematics, Further Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry ALL IN ONE SITTING.
  • Successful candidates are also required to have acceptable levels of performance in the Universal Tertiary Matriculation Examinations (UTME) administered by Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB).
  • Candidates with GCE ‘A’ level passes in Mathematics (Pure and Applied), Chemistry and Physics in addition to (a) above may be admitted to the 200 level of the five-year programmes.

This course overs key areas of both electrical and mechanical engineering reflecting the multidisciplinary nature of modern engineering. There’s a demand for graduates with expertise within and across the boundaries of both disciplines.

Studying engineering at The Technical University prepares you for a career as a professional engineer in Nigeria or abroad.

On graduation from any of our programmes you will leave with a thorough, core knowledge, together with analytical, practical, design and communication skills, enabling you to join a design, production or research team – or move rapidly into management and leadership roles.

To be eligible for the degree of B.Sc. in Electronic and Electrical Engineering, a candidate must satisfactorily complete a minimum of 203 units including:

  • 12 units of Special Electives
  • 8 units of Mechanical Engineering courses comprising
  • 3 units of Materials Science and Engineering course
  • 15 units of Industrial Training courses comprising