The prerequisites for admission into the five (5)-year B. Tech. degree programme in Human and Applied Physiology are as follows:
Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) Entry Requirements
In addition to the departmentally approved minimum cut-off score in UTME (with combination subjects: Biology, Chemistry, Physics, and English only), the candidate must have WAEC WASC/SSCE Certificate/NECO results with at least credit passes in five (5) relevant subjects: Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Mathematics and English, at not more than two (2) sittings in the West African School Certificate Examination or in the Senior Secondary Certificate Examination or National Examination Council.
Direct Entry Requirements
- Joint University Preliminary Examinations Board (JUPEB) requirements as approved by FUTO.
- Advanced General Certificate of Examination (A’ Level) with at least 3 credit level passes at a sitting in High School Certificate Examination including Physics, Chemistry, Zoology or Biology are eligible for admission into 200 level.
- First degrees with an at least second class lower division in any basic medical science are eligible for admission into 200 – 300 level or as determined by the University Senate.
- Relevant HND certificate with a minimum of upper credit are eligible for admission into 200 – 300 level depending on the appropriateness of the transcript.
In addition to fulfilling the requirements stated in above 4.2, the candidates must hold five relevant credit passes in O’ level subjects, including Physics, Biology, Chemistry, Biology, Mathematics and English, at not more than two sittings.
Applicants should possess a minimum of CGPA of 3.5 on a 5-point scale in Human Physiology from reputable Universities.
All candidates before admission must satisfy all conditions as approved by the National Universities Commission or Senate of the University.