List of all engineering courses in Nigeria

 

List of all engineering courses in Nigeria

1. Agricultural Engineering

Agricultural engineering

Agricultural engineering combines mechanical, civil, electrical, and chemical engineering principles with Agriculture as a whole

An Agricultural Engineer helps to make Agriculture more productive,  sustainable and environmentally friendly.

He or she analyzes agricultural operations and looks at new technologies and ways of doing things in order  to improve land use, increase yields, and conserve resources.

Agricultural engineers also device means to improve the safety of farm animals,  workers, equipment and farm produce

List Of Universities Offering Agricultural Engineering in Nigeria.

  • Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria
  • Afe Babalola University,  Ado-Ekiti
  • AKSU
  • Adeleke University,  Ede
  • Bauchi State University
  • Bayero University
  • FED-OYEEKITI
  • FUNAAB
  • Federal University of Technology,  Owerri
  • Federal University Of Technology,  Akure
  • Landmark University
  • Imo State University
  • Kwara State University
  • LAUTECH
  • MAKURDI
  • Obafemi Awolowo University
  • OOU
  • University Of Uyo

See Jamb + Waec/O’level Subjects for Agricultural engineering

2. Food Engineering

Food engineering

Food engineering is a multidisciplinary field which combines microbiology, applied physical sciences, chemistry and engineering for food and related industries.

Food engineering includes, but is not limited to, the application of agricultural engineering, mechanical engineering and chemical engineering principles to food materials.

List Of Universities Offering Food engineering in Nigeria

  • University Of Uyo
  • University Of Ilorin

SEE Jamb + Waec / Olevel Subject Combination for Food Engineering

 

3. Polymer and Textile Engineering

Polymer engineering is a sub-field of materials engineering primarily focusing on the development of new products.

Polymer engineers often study plastics, although other substances are also considered polymers.

With training in polymer engineering and technology, you might work as a polymer engineer, studying plastics and other polymers at the molecular level, selecting polymers for new applications and testing or processing plastics for new products.

Alternatively, you might choose less scientific and more production-based work as an engineering technician or technologist, focusing on breaking down wood, cotton, petrochemicals and other raw materials to create polymers in an industrial plant.

List Of Universities Offering Polymer and Textile Engineering

  • FUTO
  • UNIZIK

List Of Universities Offering Polymer  Engineering

  • OSUSTECH

List Of Universities Offering Chemical and  Polymer  Engineering

  • LASU

4. Agricultural and Environmental Engineering

 

5. Food Science and Technology/Engineering

6. Production Engineering

7. Agricultural and Bio-Resources Engineering

Food Science and Engineering

Project Management Technology

Food Technology

Gas Engineering

Software Engineering

Biomedical Engineering

Chemical / Petrochemical Engineering

Systems Engineering

Civil Engineering

Transportation and Management Technology

Civil Engineering/Hydrology

Computer Engineering

ICT Engineering

Urban and Regional Planning

Irrigation Enginerring

Water Resources and Environmental Engineering

Industrial Design

Computer and Information Science

Industrial Production and Engineering

Communication Technology

Information Technology

Marine Engineering

Communication and Multimedia Design

Maritime Management Technology

Materials and Production Engineering

Electrical Engineering

Mechanical Engineering

Electronics Engineering

Mechatronics Engineering

Electrical/Electronics/Computer Engineering

Mechanical and Production Engineering

Electrical/Electronic Engineering

Metallurgical & Material Engineering

Environmental Management

Metallurgical Engineering

Environmental Engineering

Environmental Technology

Mining Engineering

Environmental Management Technology

Navalachitecture

Petroleum Engineering

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