List of Science Courses in OOU

Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago-Iwoye is a state-owned university in Ago-Iwoye, Ogun State, Nigeria. The history of the can be traced to July 7, 1982, when the Ogun State University (OSU) was founded. The university was renamed Olabisi Onabanjo University on May 29, 2001, in honour of Chief Olabisi Onabanjo, whose efforts as the then civilian governor of Ogun State gave birth to the University. However, many students still refer to the institution as OSU, an acronym for the former name.

list of science courses in oou

List of Science Courses in OOU

OOU has multiple campuses with the Main Campus in Ago-Iwoye while the Mini Campus which is located in Shagamu is the home of the College of Medicine, Faculties of Basic Medical Sciences and the Faculty of Pharmacy. There is another mini-campus in Aiyetoro which is the home of the Faculty of Agriculture and one more in Ibogun which is the location of the Faculty of Engineering

Below is the list of courses/departments in OOU. The highlighted courses are the science-based ones.

  1. Accounting
  2. Agricultural Economics and Farm Management
  3. Agricultural Engineering
  4. Agricultural Extension and Rural Sociology
  5. Agriculture
  6. Agriculture Cooperative Management
  7. Anatomy
  8. Applied Zoology
  9. Architecture
  10. Banking and Finance
  11. Biochemistry
  12. Business Administration
  13. Business Administration
  14. Business Education
  15. Chemical Sciences
  16. Christian Religious Knowledge / Studies
  17. Christian Religious Studies (CRS)
  18. Civil Engineering
  19. Civil Law
  20. Computer Engineering
  21. Computer Science
  22. Crop Production
  23. Economics
  24. Education Accounting
  25. Education and Biology
  26. Education and Chemistry
  27. Education and Christian Religious Studies
  28. Education and Computer Science
  29. Education and Economics
  30. Education and English Language
  31. Education and French
  32. Education and Geography / Physics
  33. Education and Integrated Science
  34. Education and Islamic Studies
  35. Education and Mathematics
  36. Education and Physics
  37. Education and Political Science
  38. Education and Social Studies
  39. Education and Yoruba
  40. Electrical / Electronic Engineering
  41. English Language
  42. Fine / Applied Art
  43. Fisheries
  44. Forestry And WildLife
  45. Forestry Wildlife And Fisheries
  46. French
  47. Geology
  48. Geology / Regional Planning
  49. Guidance and Counseling
  50. Health Education
  51. History and Diplomatic Studies
  52. Home And Hotel Management
  53. Home Economics
  54. Industrial And Labour Relations
  55. Industrial Chemistry
  56. Islamic Studies
  57. Mass Communication
  58. Mathematics
  59. Mechanical Engineering
  60. Medicine and Surgery
  61. Nursery and Primary Education
  62. Performing Arts
  63. Pharmacology
  64. Pharmacy
  65. Philosophy
  66. Physics
  67. Physiology
  68. Plant Science
  69. Political Science
  70. Psychology
  71. Public Administration
  72. Secretarial Administration
  73. Sociology
  74. Sport Science
  75. Statistics
  76. Transport Planning and Management
  77. Urban and Regional Planning
  78. Yoruba

If you’re interested in studying at OOU, you need to meet the following requirements:

  • You will need to get at least six credits in O’level (it should be no more than two sittings)
  • You will need to score at least 180 for you to be eligible to participate in the Post-UTME screening of the school
  • Also, you will need to meet the department cut off mark requirements for the chosen course.

If you successfully scale this hurdle and gain admission, you will be required to pay N 50,000 acceptance fee which you can pay through one of the University Point of Sales which are located in the campuses Ago-Iwoye, Shagamu, Remo, Ibogun or Ayetro.

You can also pay through the internet by logging into the official website of the university.

Below is a summary of the acceptance process

  • Check your admission status to find your admission.
  • Use your Surname and JAMB password as a password to log in to your account
  • Select “make acceptance payment.” When the acceptance payment is loaded, you will need to either make the web payment or make POS payment.
  • Print your payment verification from the website.
  • Proceed to the Academic Affairs Office for your first verification.


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