Message From the H.O.D
Welcome you into the world of academic giants whose utmost priority is to deploy systematic and scientific approach towards unraveling the mysteries of criminality and insecurity that historically threaten human survival through the ages. By virtue of your admission into this programme you have now become a member of this University where your access to quality Open and distance education in your chosen area is greatly assured. I, therefore, use this opportunity to urge you to be steadfast and determined so that you can do well and excel in your chosen careers. Doing this, I believe, will enable you portray the images of this Department and the University in a positive light. Since its establishment, the Faculty of Social Sciences where the programme is domiciled has produced numerous outstanding graduates in various programmes, one of which is currently with us as a faculty member. Going by the industrial and labour market reports, we are proud of our alumni who have distinguished themselves in their diverse disciplines.
Dr. Akoji Ocheja
HOD, Criminology & Security Studies
- B.Sc. Criminology and Security Studies
PgD Criminology and Security Studies
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The following conditions are required to graduate from the BSc. in Public Health programme:
Years/ Semester Required: The candidate must have spent a minimum of 4 years (or 8 semesters) from entry (from 200 Level).
Credit Units: Candidates that entered the programme must have a minimum of 120 credit units to graduate.
Compulsory (Core Courses): The candidates must pass all compulsory (core) courses as listed in the outlined programme proposal (OPP) to graduate.