Our program provides relevant industrial experience within the academic environment through laboratory projects, experimentation, classroom lecture, and demonstrations. The program is designed to produce computer technicians to install, maintain, and repair computer hardware and its peripherals, to enable them to satisfy the immediate manpower needs of the industry and the community.
5 O/Level credits including Mathematics, Physics, and any other 3 from Chemistry, Biology/Agricultural Science, Geography, Technical Drawing, Economics, Further Mathematics, and other technical/science subjects in not more than two sittings. A pass in English is allowed for the ND
N35,000 per semester
How will i be taught?
The course will feature classroom discussions, assignments, group projects, case studies, lectures, questions and exercises from textbooks, PowerPoint presentations, student experiences, and responses. Lectures and Seminars will be used to teach the students and educative excursions to various places during the study period.
At the end of the ND program, diplomats of the program should be able to carry out routine maintenance and repair of computer, Design and map out the layout for computers, Install, set up and operate computers, Prepare simple bill of quantities and specifications for computers, Select and use appropriate instruments to carry out simple tests and measurements on all
Subsystems in a computer and its peripherals.