NOUN Faculty of Science

NOUN Faculty of Science in National Open University of Nigeria, NOUN

Faculty of Science

You are warmly welcome to the NOUN Faculty Sciences of the National Open University of Nigeria. The Vice Chancellor of the University, the Dean, and Heads of units of the NOUN Faculty of Science and Technology, all appreciate your interest in studying at the National Open University. You are fortunate to have been admitted into one of our programmes out of several thousand applicants. Since science is real and scintillating, you will be effectively trained on the use of your brains and hands. Grab this unique opportunity that you have for these exciting programmes. This site contains information on:
  • The NOUN Faculty of Sciences.
  • The Staff of the Faculty of Sciences.
  • The Programmes available at the Faculty of Sciences.
  • The Admission requirements for these programmes.
  • Contact information for enquiries should be directed to the School of Science and Technology.
Wishing you a very successful stay at the Faculty. These are the Programmes (COURSES) for Undergraduate
These are the Programmes (COURSES) for Postgraduate

Functions

The noun Faculty of Science and Technology, being an organ of the University is by extension, mandated by the University Council to amongst other duties:
  • Prepare professionals and non-professionals in the various fields of science and technology, through the open and distance learning method;
  • Prepare graduates of sound intellectual pedigree in various fields of science and technological education;
  • Demonstrate that an open and distance learning approach to science and technology education is feasible;
  • Increase the acceptability of the academic programmes of NOUN in a coordinated way, ensuring high quality education at the tertiary level of education;
  • Disseminate learning and knowledge through an innovative multiple media teaching/learning system;
  • Improve the skills and employability of its students;
  • Conduct research on health — related issues;
  • Develop — health ‘related’ awareness for the general public through its nursing programme;
  • Plan, develop and offer academic programmes at the undergraduate and postgraduate levels;
  • Collaborate in the development of courses/programmes offered by other Faculties of the university;
  • Provide consultancy to organisations and training to individuals or corporate bodies;
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