Students intending to study Physics and Industrial Physics are admitted mainly through the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME), Direct Entry admission of Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB), Prescience Program of the University and also through the Continuing Education Program (C.E.P.) of the University.
From 1992, the Department of Physics and Industrial Physics has been offering Undergraduate Program leading to the award of Bachelor of Science Degree in Physics and Industrial Physics. This program is for a period of four years for students admitted through UTME and Prescience Program and three years for students admitted through the Direct Entry of JAMB. The same program is offered to students of the C.E.P but over a five-year period.
Admission through Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME).
Candidates should possess at least 5 “O” level credit passes including English language, Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry plus any other subject in not more than two sittings in SSCE, WASC, NECO or other approved equivalent examination.
In addition to UTME requirements, candidates should possess at least two “A” level passes in Physics and Mathematics. A pass at the merit level in a relevant diploma programme may be accepted and passes in at least two major relevant subjects in the NCE is also accepted for Direct Entry admission.
Fresh students admitted into the university to pursue a degree are required to matriculate. The student is regarded as a bonafide student of the University once the matriculation is done.
Deferment of Admission
A candidate may upon admission into the university decide to defer the admission. He/she shall be considered fit for deferment only when the registration formalities and payment of prescribed school fees for the session have been paid. Such student should pay in addition, the approved fee for deferment. The student should apply to the Registrar through the Dean of Faculty, through the Head of Department for deferment of admission and shall be made within first two weeks of the session. The application should be presented to the university senate for approval. The period of deferment should be for one academic session.
It is mandatory for all students to register for courses at the beginning of the session in accordance with the University general rules and regulation. All students are required to register their course within the first three weeks of the first semester of the session. Any student who fails to register his/her courses online and ends up sitting for the examination will not have results for those courses.
Workload for Students
Every full-time student shall register for not less than fifteen (15) credit units and not more than twenty-four (24) credit units per semester. A final year student may be allowed to register up to twenty-eight (28) credit units per semester to enable the student clear all outstanding courses.