futminna courses and admission requirements

FUTMINNA Courses & Faculties. This article provides the full list of FUTMINNA Courses. With this article, all candidates aspiring for admission at The Federal University of Technology, Minna will easily know the next step to be taken for their admission regarding the courses offered in the school.

History of FUTMINNA

futminna courses and admission requirements

The Federal University of Technology, Minna is a Federal Government University in Nigeria. It was established on 1st February, 1983. The objective for its establishment is to give effect to the Nation’s drive for much-needed self-reliance in Science, Engineering and especially Technology. It is a specialized University of Technology.

The pioneer Vice-Chancellor was Professor J.O. Ndagi who served from 1983 to 1990. He was succeeded by Professor S.O. Adeyemi from 1990 to 1994. Between 1994 and 1997, Professor I.H. Umar served as Sole Administrator. Professor S.A. Garba was briefly acting Vice-Chancellor between 26th June and 6th August, 1997. On 7th August, 1997 Prof. M.A. Daniyan became the third substantive Vice-Chancellor of the University till 6th August, 2002. Prof. J.O. Adeniyi served from 7th August to 2nd October, 2002 as acting Vice Chancellor. On 3rd October, 2002 Prof. H. Tukur Sa’ad assumed duty Vice-Chancellor, serving till 27th October, 2007. He was succeeded by Prof. M.S. Audu on 26th November, 2007 who was on the saddle till 26th November, 2012. Prof. Musbau Adewumi Akanji, the 6th substantive Vice-Chancellor of the University was appointed on 3rd of December, 2012 and he completed his tenure on 2nd December, 2017. The current Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Faruk Adamu Kuta is the substantive Vice-Chancellor of the University. He assumed duty on September 22nd, 2022.

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FUTMINNA Post UTME Past Questions and Answers PDF

Why FUTMINNA Courses are approved

The courses offered at The Federal University of Technology, Minna were approved by the Federal Ministry of Education, with structure and modality the school management board had put in place to promote quality learning.

Some courses are yet to be introduced and offered in the Federal University of Technology, Minna which the structure and modality have not been made for their programs.

Concerning the new additional courses that is yet to be introduced into The Federal University of Technology, Minna curriculum, when it is officially approved, we will get you notified.

The reason why courses are changed for students by the school board after admission.

  • Because of the poor grades obtained in the O’ level key subjects of the applied course.
  • Because of the candidate’s poor cut-off marks.
  • Because of the poor post utme score obtained by candidates.
  • Because of the rate at which candidates scored above others in the post utme exams, the candidates with lesser scores are usually screened to offer few sub-optional courses.
  • Poor performance in school can also lead to a change of course (department).

FUTMINNA Courses

  1. AGRIC-ECONOMICS AND EXTENSION:
  2. AGRICULTURAL AND BIORESOURCES ENGINEERING
  3. AGRICULTURE
  4. ANIMAL PRODUCTION
  5. APPLIED GEOPHYSICS
  6. ARCHITECTURE
  7. BIOCHEMISTRY
  8. BIOLOGY
  9. BOTANY
  10. BUILDING
  11. CHEMICAL ENGINEERING:
  12. CHEMISTRY
  13. CIVIL ENGINEERING
  14. COMPUTER ENGINEERING:
  15. COMPUTER SCIENCE
  16. COMPUTER WITH STATISTICS
  17. CROP PRODUCTION
  18. CYBER SECURITY SCIENCE
  19. EDUCATION AND BIOLOGY
  20. EDUCATION AND CHEMISTRY:
  21. EDUCATION AND GEOGRAPHY
  22. EDUCATION AND MATHEMATICS
  23. EDUCATION AND PHYSICS
  24. EDUCATION AND SCIENCE
  25. EDUCATION TECHNOLOGY
  26. ELECTRICAL AND COMPUTER ENGINEERING
  27. ESTATE MANAGEMENT
  28. FISHERIES AND AQUACULTURE:
  29. FOOD SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
  30. GEOGRAPHY
  31. GEOLOGY
  32. HORTICULTURE:
  33. INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION TECHNOLOGY
  34. INFORMATION AND MEDIA TECHNOLOGY
  35. MATHEMATICS WITH COMPUTER SCIENCE
  36. MATHEMATICS WITH STATISTICS
  37. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
  38. MECHATRONICS ENGINEERING
  39. METALLURGICAL AND MATERIAL ENGINEERING
  40. MICROBIOLOGY
  41. PHYSICS
  42. QUANTITY SURVEYING
  43. SCIENCE EDUCATION
  44. STATISTICS
  45. SURVEYING AND GEOINFORMATICS
  46. TELECOMMUNICATION ENGINEERING
  47. URBAN AND REGIONAL PLANNING:
  48. WATER RESOURCES, AQUACULTURE AND FISHERIES TECHNOLOGY
  49. ZOOLOGY

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