A Bachelor of Science or BSc is an undergraduate study program that usually lasts between three and five years. While enrolled in school, students have the opportunity to take general and specialized classes to obtain credit for graduation.
In a natural sciences academic program, many branches of the field might be explored in depth with the goal of observing and learning about nature. Some of these branches may include astronomy, biology, physics, ecology and chemistry.
Nigeria is amongst the West Africa countries offering the best quality research oriented students interactive and even effective university education. This country has several top performing universities that are ranked best in Africa and even the whole world with the leading being the University of Lagos.
Top BSc Program in Natural Sciences in Nigeria 2019
Kwararafa University Wukari, was licensed as Wukari Jubilee by the National Universities Commission in 2005. It took off in March, 2006 with 61 students as the first and
Kwararafa University Wukari, was licensed as Wukari Jubilee by the National Universities Commission in 2005. It took off in March, 2006 with 61 students as the first and only community-owned University in Nigeria, the first University in Taraba State and the second private University in the North East Geopolitical zone of Nigeria.
To become a first-class institution in pursuit of knowledge and scholarship through teaching, research and community service, geared towards inculcating knowledge and entrepreneurial skills to students that will enable them to be productive and self-reliant.
To provide a conducive environment for the development of effective and virile indigenous human and material resources for the development of the nation.
To produce graduates who are well-rounded in their disciplines and also imbued with the necessary entrepreneurial skill to contribute meaningfully to the development of themselves in particular and society in general.
To replace unemployment and career stagnation of graduates with creative ingenuity through well-packaged programs and practical training.
To provide sound education to Nigerians irrespective of religious affiliation, tribes, sex and political leaning.
To create a nurturing and stimulating environment where the pursuit of excellence, development of self-discipline, creative thinking and individuality will thrive and also seen as essential components of cooperative society.
The programme integrates doctrines and concepts from genetics, biochemistry, chemistry, ecology, immunology, physiology, bacteriology, virology, statistics, botany, zoolo
The Department of Biological Sciences, Igbinedion University, Okada was established in 2000 sequel to the approval and establishment of the University in 1999. The Department has degree options in Microbiology, Plant Science and Zoology. The first intake into the Microbiology degree option was in the year 2000/2001 academic session. Since then, the student population has grown to one hundred and sixty-three (163) in the 2010/2011 session.
The training of these students has been handled by highly qualified, competent and efficient staff. A total of two hundred and fifty-six (256) students have graduated in the programme from eight sets of students in the 2003/2004 to 2010/2011 sessions. The staff list presently comprises twenty-one (21) academic staff and four (4) non-teaching staff....
The basic aim of the Department is to provide sound empirical and theoretical training that will enable students to understand, analyze and interpret the spatial patterns
College of Arts and Social Sciences
The Department of Economics and Development Studies was one of the departments created in 1999 at the inception of Igbinedion University Okada.
The curriculum for the department was prepared through the combined efforts of eminent professors in Economics engaged as consultants and pioneer staff of the department. Since 1999 the curriculum has been implemented to achieve the goal of graduating sound Economists with Bachelor of Science degree in Economics and Development Studies in line with the philosophy and objectives of establishing the Department.
The basic aim of the Department is to provide sound empirical and theoretical training that will enable students to understand, analyze and interpret the spatial patterns of human activities and natural processes operating on the earth’s surface. The impact of these processes on both the human and natural environment and policy option to tackle them at national and international levels represents a core part of the curriculum....