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UMYU List of Newly Approved Courses for 2021/2022 Session

This is to inform the general public that Umaru Musa Yar’dua University (UMYU) has gotten approval for new courses. This announcement was made recently by the Vice-Chancellor of the university by the NUC which will be in effect from the 2021/2022 academic session. The list of approved courses is listed in this post. Npower Recruitment

The Umaru Musa Yar’dua University (UMYU) has received approval fpr 14 new courses. This was contained in a letter addressed to the Vice-Chancellor of the university by the NUC. Dollar to Naira Rate

The content of the letter reads, “the  Vice-Chancellor is please invited to recall that a resource verification visit was carried out by panels of experts to some proposed academic programmes in Umaru Musa Var’adua University, Katsina with a view to assessing the human and material resources available for their establishment.

I am directed to inform the Vice-Chancellor that the Executive Secretary has considered and approved the establishment of the full-time mode of the following undergraduate programmes, to be run in the Main Campus of the University with effect from the 2021/2022 academic session: Pounds to Naira

1. MBBS. Medicine and Surgery Management

2. B. Forestry and Wildlife

3. B.Ed. Integrated Science

4. B.Sc. Meteorology

5. B.Agric. Agricultural Science UMYU List of Newly Approved Courses

6. B.Ed. Business Studies Education

7. B.Sc. Environmental Management

8. B.Sc. International Relations

9. B.Ed. Primary Education Studies

10. B.Sc. Fisheries and Aquaculture

11.B.Sc. Local Government and Development Studies

12. B.Ed. Early Childhood Education

13. B.Sc. (Ed) Computer Sciatice Education

14. B.Ed. Special Education Jamb Result

I am to add that the approval does not cover the part-time mode of delivery of the programmes The programines shall bear only the approved titles and nomenclatures and any change will require the approval of the Commission. The University is enjoined to provide adequate human and material resources for the development and growth of the approved programmes.”