GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

Bachelor of Technology (B. Tech.) in Surveying and Geoinformatics

To be eligible for the B. Tech. Surveying and Geoinformatics of the Federal University of Technology, Akure, a student must have:

 

  1. a.      passed all  prescribed core courses, University and School required courses as well as elective courses recommended for specialization;
  2. b.      completed a minimum of 196 units for candidates admitted through UTME, 156 units for candidates admitted through Direct Entry I, 119 units for candidates admitted for Direct Entry II and a CGPA of not less than 1.50; and
  3. c.       completed successfully industrial attachment, laboratory practicals, field practicals, field trip, camping exercise and projects.

 

NOTE: (i)    Direct Entry I students are expected to offer and pass GNS 106 as a credit unit  

              course. Also, they are to audit and pass GNS 101, 102,103 and MEE 101 and 102;

              and if they fail the audited courses at first attempt, they must offer them formally as   

              credit unit courses.

              (ii)   Direct Entry II students are expected to offer and pass GNS 106, GNS 203,   

              CSP 201, CSP 210 as credit unit courses. In addition, they are to audit and pass GNS   

              101, 102, 103 and MEE 101 and 102; and if they fail the audited courses at first

              attempt, they must offer them formally as credit unit courses.

Post Graduate Diploma (PGD) Programme

Candidates must pass a total of 38 units. This is made up of 32 units of course work and 6 units of research project.  

 

Master of Technology (M.Tech.) Programme

Candidate must pass a total of 36 units. This is made up of 24 units of course work and 12 units of research work. Also, candidate is expected to present 2 seminars and pass oral examination based on his/her research work before panel of examiners.

 

Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D) Programme

Candidate is expected to present 3 seminars and pass an oral examination based on his/her thesis before panel of examiners.