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About Us

The Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering was carved out of the then Department of Physics and Applied Physics. (The Applied Physics Section has now been replaced by Engineering Physics). The founding head of the Department was the late Professor Victor A. Williams. Undergraduate and postgraduate programmes are run in the four areas of specialization, awarding B.Sc., M.Sc., M.Phil. and Ph.D. degrees in all them. 

Our Mission

To create a teaching and learning community for imparting appropriate skills and knowledge, behaviour and attitude; advance frontiers of knowledge that are relevant to national and global development; engender a sense of selfless public service; and promote and nurture the African culture and tradition.

OUR Vision

The vision is of a top rated University in Africa, ranked among the best in the world, whose products occupy leadership positions in the public and private sectors of the Nigerian and global economy, that has harnessed modern technology, social, economic and financial strategies, built strong partnerships and linkages within and outside Nigeria and whose research contributes a substantial proportion of innovations to the Nigerian economy.

Our Objectives

To produce graduate of international standard, with appropriate knowledge and skills in their fields of study, who will highly employable and able to employ themselves. To provide high quality research and development activities that will promote the development of the Nation and enhance the image of the University and the researchers.

Strategic Objectives

To harness modern technology especially ICT and modern social, economic and financial strategies to run a cost of efficient and effective academic programme and institutional management.
To provide services that have relevance to and impact on the local community and the Nation.
To provide conditions of study, work and living in the University Community that are of appropriate standard.
To expand access to tertiary education in the face of unmet demand.