The approval was contained in a letter signed by the NUC director of academic planning, Dr. N.B. Saliu, disclosing that the university can now offer Agriculture, Entrepreneurship, Medical Laboratory Science, Peace Studies and Conflict Resolution, Radiography and Radiation, and Surveying and Geo-informatics at the undergraduate level. The institution also got approval to offer LLM degree in law.
Vice-chancellor of the university, Prof. Timothy Adebayo, expressed satisfaction with the accreditation saying the university now has more options on offer for prospective students.
He added that fresh students for the 2020/2021 academic session can be admitted to study the approved programs, hence students with JAMB results who want to take advantage of the new and undergraduate programs in Agriculture, Entrepreneurship, Surveying and Geo-informatics, Peace Studies and Conflict Resolution, are advised to apply to the university in the on-going admission exercise.
With the approval, the university currently has about 41 undergraduate programs and 14 postgraduate programs.