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The postgraduate programmes of the Department of Mechanical Engineering are directed towards providing basic and applied research opportunities relevant to all areas of specialization in Mechanical Engineering. The courses are designed to fulfill the need for well qualified graduates in the traditional and modern mechanical engineering areas of industry, and in local and national government both at home and abroad as well as provide the much needed manpower for research and development in the industries, higher institutions and research centers.

The lectures, tutorials, laboratories, seminars etc offered aims to introduce students to actual and potential engineering problems and to generate the confidence necessary to analyze, assess and resolve these issues.


6.4.2      Philosophy

The philosophy is to produce a professional in Mechanical Engineering who is proficient in the analysis, design and synthesis of systems who uses the principles of energy, materials, and mechanics to design and manufacture machines and devices of all types and create the processes and systems that drive technology and industry.


6.4.3      Objective of the Programme

The objective is to acquaint students’ with traditional as modern machinery and their applications. For those who aim to contribute responsibly to future developments it is insufficient merely to study the techniques of the present day; it is also necessary to develop a critical and creative attitude in order to instigate future developments in the field.  Any study in depth must be accompanied by a broad understanding of the relevance of other fields. The student will attain an academic mastery in their field of specialization.


6.4.4      Postgraduate Programme in the Department

The Mechanical Engineering Programme offers Post graduate research leading to the award of Masters Degree in Mechanical Engineering and/or other related fields of Mechanical Engineering. The department offers post -graduate programme of course work and research leading to the award of Post Graduate Diploma (PGD) in Mechanical Engineering, Masters of Engineering (M. Eng.), Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D) in any of the specialization stated below


Areas of Specialization:

Mechanical Engineering

Production Engineering

Materials and Metallurgical Engineering

Power and Process Engineering




6.4.5      Admission Requirements

(i)      The PGD programme is open for candidate with Bachelors Degree (Second Class lower below 3.0 on the 5.0 scale and Third class), HND or the equivalent in Mechanical Engineering or related field, with a minimum of lower credit (with 3years experience). All candidates are expected to have 5 Ordinary Level Credits (English Language, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology or Agricultural Science.

(ii)    The M.Eng programme is open for candidate with Bachelor’s degree or the equivalent in Mechanical Engineering or related field, of the Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta or any other approved University by the senate. Candidates may also be required to satisfy the Department in a selection process in addition to possessing a minimum of Second class lower division (CGPA above 3.0 or 60%).      

(iii)   The PhD programme shall be open to candidate with Masters Degree CGPA above 3.0 or 60%, (PhD Grade) in Mechanical Engineering or related field of the Federal University of Agriculture Abeokuta or any other approved University by the senate. Candidates for the Ph.D. programme may also be required to satisfy the Department in an interview or written examination or both as the case may be with a defined comprehensive research proposal.


6.4.6      Duration of Program

(i)      The programme duration for the PGD is four (4) semesters minimum and six (6) semesters maximum.

(ii)    The M.Eng programme is designed to last for a minimum of four (4) semesters 24 months (2 Academic sessions) and a maximum of six (6) semesters (3 Academic sessions).

(iii)   The PhD programme is designed to last for a minimum of three (3) years and a maximum of five (5) years.


6.4.7      General Graduation Requirement

(i)      To qualify for the award of Postgraduate Diploma a candidate must have been credited with at least 60 units of compulsory courses which include the project report as well as satisfy all other requirements as stipulated in the Regulations of the School of Postgraduate Studies.

(ii)    To obtain an M.Eng. in Mechanical Engineering, candidate must:

a.       Satisfy the examiners in a minimum of 30 units, made up as follows:

b.      18 units of the compulsory courses (common and core courses)

c.       6 units from the optional courses

d.      6 units of the “Research Project”

e.      Satisfy all other requirements as stipulated in the Regulations of the School of Postgraduate Studies.

(iii)   To obtain a Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering, a candidate may be allowed to pursue the programme wholly by dissertation or by dissertation and course work. Following the later option, candidate must:

a.       Satisfy a minimum of six units of the ‘Research Seminars’ at the 800 level and compulsory University course in CSC 801.

b.      Satisfy all other requirements as stipulated in the regulations of the School of Postgraduate Studies.


6.4.8      Postgraduate Courses

(A)          PGD Courses and their Units


First Semester

Course Code

Course Title



Core/Compulsory Courses

ABE 701

Engineering Mathematics I



MCE 703

Engineering Materials



MCE 705

Engineering Thermodynamics



MCE 707

Fluid Mechanics



MCE 711

Engineering Graphics



CVE 709

Engineers in Society



Elective Courses

MCE 713*

Manufacturing Processes



MCE 715*

Refrigeration, Air conditioning & other Building Services



*Electives: Students are to register for one elective

Second Semester

Course Code

Course Title



Core/Compulsory Courses

MCE 702

Engineering Mathematics



MCE 704

Strength of Materials



MCE 706

Mechanics of Machines



MCE 708

Heat & Mass Transfer



ABE 704

Statistical Method



ELE 712

Numerical Methods and Computer Programming



Elective Courses

MCE 714*

Measurement & Instrumentation



MCE 716*




*Electives: Students are to register for one elective



First Semester

Course Code

Course Title



General and Compulsory Course

MCE 797

Seminar I



Core/Compulsory Courses

MCE 721

Law, Management & Entrepreneurship



MCE 723

Mechanical Engineering Design I



MCE 727

Mechanical Vibration



CVE 715

Technical Report Writing



Elective Courses

MCE 729*

Engineering Metallurgy



MCE 731*

Foundry Technology



*Electives: Students are to register for one elective

Second Semester

Course Code

Course Title



General and Compulsory Courses

MCE 798

Seminar II



MCE 799

Research Project



Core/Compulsory Courses

MCE 722

Mechanical Engineering Design II



MCE 724

Control System



MCE 726

Mechanical Engineering Maintenance



Elective Courses

MCE 728*

Energy Studies



MCE 732*

Internal Combustion Engines



*Electives: Students are to register for one electives


(B)          M.Eng Courses and their Units


First Semester

Course Code

Course Title



CSC 801

Use of Computer in Research



MCE 801

Theory of Elasticity



MCE 803

Computers, Optimization & Design



MCE 805

Advanced Thermodynamics



MCE 809

Operations Management




MCE 811

Experimental Analysis



MCE 813

Introduction to Finite Element Analysis



*Electives: Students are to register for one elective


Second Semester

Course Code

Course Title



MCE 802

Advanced Dynamics



MCE 804

Advanced Fluid Dynamics



MCE 806

Mechanical Engineering Laboratory




MCE 816

Theory of Plasticity





First and Second Semesters

Course Code

Course Title



MCE 897

Seminar I



MCE 898

Seminar II



MCE 899





(C)          PhD Course(s) and their Units

Course Code

Course Title



CSC 801

Use of Computer in Research



MCE 997

Seminar I



MCE 998

Seminar II



MCE 999

Thesis Research





6.4.9      Course Synopses

Post Graduate Diploma (PGD) Course Synopses

MCE 703: Engineering Materials                                                                                               (3 units)

National and international standards for the classification of engineering materials. Classes of materials: High temperature materials, packaging materials, optical and magnetic materials, automotive materials, tool steel, the ceramics, polymers, cement, petrochemical materials. Structures, phases, chemical composition and mechanical properties of engineering materials. Mechanism of deformation and fracture at elevated temperatures. Creep and fatigue theories. Yield criteria. Strengthening mechanism of super alloys and refractory, materials. Environmental effects on materials. 30h (T), 45h (P).


MCE 705: Engineering Thermodynamics                                                               (3 units)

Review of fundamentals of thermodynamics (including laws, processes and cycles) selected issues: Closed and open systems, energy degrading. Thermodynamics control surface and volume analysis. Vapour and gas power cycles. Internal combination engines. Properties of mixtures. Advanced treatment of fundamental combustion processes. Mechanism of heat transfer and exchanger designs. Vapour and absorption refrigeration systems. Application of thermodynamics theory and design principles for comfort and cooling, food refrigeration and cryogenic systems. Properties of refrigerants. Refrigeration control systems. Gas dynamics: Internal flows (pipes, nozzles etc|) external flows (Aircraft, projectiles, etc) waves (elastic, shock). Available and unavailable energy of systems.      


MCE 707: Fluid Mechanics                                                                                                           (2 units)

Kinematics and dynamics of fluid motion. Applications to fluid machinery, fluidics, propulsion systems, elementary hydrodynamics. Properties of real fluid, Incompressible and compressible fluid flow, ideal, viscous and compressible fluids under internal and external flow conditions. In viscid flows, boundary layer, normal and shock wave and flow machines.


MCE 711: Engineering Graphics                                                                                                 (3 units)

Review of potations of surfaces in various planes, Intersections programming

Assembly drawing,  Introduction to Computer Aided drafting.


MCE 713: Manufacturing Processes, Intro to CAM and Tools and Jigs Design (3 units)

Introduction to jigs and fixture design. Applied manufacturing processes- casting, forging, metal joining, machining- (drilling machine, lathe, grinding and milling). Introduction to computer Aided Engineering (CAD, CAM and CAPP etc)

MCE 715: Refrigeration, Air conditioning and other Building Services                     (3 units)

Review of psychometrics. Air conditioning equipment/components, boilers and chillers cool towers, heat pumps – characteristics design and selection techniques. Cryogenics, types and application of pipes. Pipes fitting. Lighting – sources, characteristics, design and applications. Heat gain from solar and other sources. Factors influencing solar gains. Air conditioning load due to solar gain through glass, infiltration, heat gains through lighting, occupants and other appliances. Fire fighting systems, equipment’s code and regulation. Environmental pollution. Vertical transportation systems.


CVE 709: Engineers in Society                                                                                                    (2 units)

Philosophy of science, History of engineering and technology. Safety in engineering and introduction to risk analysis. The role of engineers in nation building. Invited lectures from Professionals.Definition of engineers in Society, Growth and effect of Technology on Society, Industrial revolution, Modern development – power, transportation, communication etc, Professional bodies and Engineering Societies, Ethics, cannons, codes, standards of Engineering Societies, The roles and responsibilities of engineering personnel in technological development and nation building., Education and training of Engineering personnel.


AGE 701: Engineering Mathematics I                                                                                      (3 units)

Review of matrix operation including inversion, Eigen values, Eigen vectors and Canonical transformations and application. Three dimensional vector representation, vector calculus, gradient, divergence and curl line, surface and volume integrals, Laplacian operations, Green’s, Stokes and Divergent theorems and applications. Ordinary and partial differential equations, applications and physical problems. Complex variables, numerical analysis, special functions and integral, problem formulation, simple method of solution.


MCE 702: Engineering Mathematics II                                                                                    (2 units)

Complex variables: function, deviation, language series, Taylor series, Cauchy theorem, Cauchy formula, Cauchy integrals. Analytic function, singular points, Residual problems, Conformal problems and mapping. Special functions: Gamma, Delta, Beta and error functions. Fourier integral, Fourier transforms for solving partial differential equations.


MCE 704: Strength of Materials                                                                                 (3 units)

Thick shells: Determination of stresses and strains in single and compound cylinders under internal and external pressures. Stresses in axially thin, long and variable thickness rotating discs. Columns and Struts: Theoretical analysis for short and long columns (e.g. the Euler formula, J.B. Johnson formula, cook column formula etc). Derive and explain buckling heads of columns for pin jointed built-in ends and combinations of both. State the limitations of the theory and apply empirical equations to determine the buckling loads. Bending of beams and circular plates: Determination of stresses in bars of large and small curvatures and combined bending and direct stress. Shear centre of unsymmetrical beams. Formulation of plastic hinge, collapse loads, simply supported and fixed beams. Stresses and deflections in bending of thin circular plates with small deflections. Plastic theory of bending.

Torsion of shafts: Combined bending and torsion in shafts. Stresses in non-circular shafts. Wrapping function in  non-circular shafts. Riveted and bolted connections: Types of riveted joints and their classifications. Determination of strength of rivet and plate. Strength and efficiency of joints.  Stresses due to eccentric loading of joints and joints under torsional loading. Mode of failure of joints. Elasticity theory: Stresses – strain relations. Two dimensional stress and strain. Analysis of stresses in three dimensions using Mohr’s cycle.

Experimental stress analysis: Model analysis. Scale factors   and materials. Principles of electrical strain gauge for strain measurement. Basic introduction to photo elasticity-birefringence, isoclinic’s, isochromatics, stress-optic law.


MCE 706: Mechanics of Machines                                                                                            (3 units)

Dynamics of Rigid Body: Analyses of inertial forces and torques. Advances kinematics of mechanisms. Two dimensional rigid body problems. Governors and operation principles: Construction and operations of different engine governors. Calculation of forces and range of speeds of governors. Balancing of rotating masses: Analyses of the balancing of rotating masses in the same and different planes. Determination of primary and secondary balancing forces and moment of reciprocating machines, compressors. Effect of balance on the performance characteristics of vehicles and other machines. Cam values and their applications: Principles of operation of various cams; analysis of off-set roller and tangent cam with roller followers: Calculations on cams (e.g. displacement of follower, velocity, angles, etc.) Gyroscope and its applications: Analyses of force and moments acting on a gyroscope. Determination of gyroscope couple and acceleration for a plane discs. Effects of gyroscopic couple on the whirling of shafts. Applications of gyroscopic in automobile, ships, aero planes and locomotives


MCE 708: Heat and Mass Transfer                                                                                            (3 units)

Steady states conduction; review of fundamentals; application of engineering services. Convective heat transfer: Forced convection heat transfer in Laminar and turbulent flow; thermal boundary layer; flat plate heat transfer. Design aspects of heat exchangers: Basic types; design and selections; fundamentals of mass transfer; molecular mass transfer; diffusion coefficient; convective mass transfer. Steady state molecular diffusion: One dimensional mass transfer: diffusion a through a stagnant layer.


AGE 704: Statistical Methods                                                                                                     (2 units)

Descriptive Statistics: Central tendencies and dispersion. Elementary probability theory, conditional probability, Baye’s theorem, probability distribution and applications. Elementary theories of sampling and estimation. Test of hypothesis and significance. Curve fitting, Linear and Multiple regression analysis; linear correlation, Analysis of variance, Time series analysis. Statistical quality control for mean, standard deviation, range, number of defects etc., sampling techniques, average sampling number, stochastic processes.


MCE 714: Measurement and Instrumentation                                                    (3 units)

General principles of instrumentation and measurement precision and accuracy measurement of length light rays; block gauges, comparison with known length, graduate scales rotation of screwed shaft, angular measurement – combination angle gauge sine base author collimator angle decor, precision level: Determination of straightness of surface. Measurement of form – optical measurement of screw threads: major/minor diameter, simple effective diameter, thread pitch, thread form, and virtual.


ELE 712: Computer programming & Numerical Methods                              (3 units)

Gaussian elimination, Gauss-Seidel methods and Newton-Raphson Heraton methods of solving linear equations. Forward and backward difference tables, central difference formula, Finite difference solution to partial differential equations. Solutions of ordinary differential equations (1st and 2nd order) using Runge-kutta method. Flow charting, Algorithms, inputs and output. Basic, Fotran and Modern Languages. Computer software analysis, Highway/Transportation, geotechnical, Hydraulics/ Hydrology problems and construction management. ICT.



MCE 721: Engineering Law, Management and Entrepreneurship                               (3 units)

Principles of management. Industrial group and organizational behavior. Motivation. Industrial law, legislation on wages, trademarks and patents, laws of contract and sales of goods. Liability for industrial injuries. Industrial relations. Trade unions, employer associations, wages bargaining and the role of state. Relevant topics on entrepreneurship designed by the National Universities for Nigerian Universities.


MCE 723: Mechanical Engineering Design I                                                                          (3 units)

Failure theories combine loading: Fatigue and fatigue design. Shaft design. Power transmission: Gear, belt, rope chain drives. Type of  joints. Analysis, synthesis and evaluation procedure in creative design. Use of codes, standards, charts, tables and empirical data. Thick and thin walled pressure vessels. Rotating cylinders. Creative group design project.

MCE 727: Mechanical Vibration                                                                                                (3 units)

Free and forced vibration of lumps mass – spring systems with and without damping in single, double and multi degree of freedom. Response to harmonic periodic excitations. Matrix methods and Eigen value problems, natural frequencies, modes of vibration and resonance. Transverse vibration, whirling of shafts and torsional vibration. Vibration isolation.


MCE 729: Engineering Metallurgy                                                                                            (3 units)

Crystal structures of metals alloys: binary and ternary phase diagrams. Characteristics of alloy micro-structure. Nucleation and growth, solidification. Metallurgical microscopes and techniques for microscopic observation. Alloys and alloy steels. Classification and grading of alloy steels. Normalizing, annealing, hardening and tempering treatment for steel, surface hardening, precipitations hardening of steels. Austempering and martempering of steel. Heat treatment for copper and aluminium alloys. Corrosion and oxidation phenomenon mechanical working of metals. 30h (T) 45h (p)


MCE 731: Foundry Technology                                                                                                   (3 units)

Pattern making technology; Materials, machines, and tools for pattern making; Mould and core making technology; Sands used for moulding: Moulding processes; Machine moulding; Core sands and core making; Casting procedure; Casting methods; Gating systems; casting design; Melting furnaces Refractories for melting unit; Metallurgical characteristics of cast metals; Pollution control in foundries.


MCE 722: Mechanical Engineering Design II                                                        (3 units)

Thermal stresses in cylinders. Bucking theory for cylinders, design for external pressure. Pipe flexibility analysis. Smooth and mitered pipe bends. Flanged design, Plastic analysis of shell structures – yield surfaces and applications to circular plates and cylinders. Design of pressure vessel ends – flat and dished ends. Design of branch reinforcement, particularly nozzles in spheres. Introduction to CAD/CAM. 30h (T); 45h (p)


MCE 724: Control Systems                                                                                           (3 units)

Mathematical modeling of dynamic system: Dynamic equations of mechanical (translational and rotational), electrical, electromechanical, hydraulic, thermal and pneumatic systems). Transfer function of control system components: Transfer function of mechanical devices (simple lever, differential lever, gyroscope, gears); electrical and electronic circuits, (field-controlled d.c. motor, operational amplifier circuits), pneumatic components (bellows flapper ­– valve, relay, actuator), hydraulic components (valve, linear actuator). Block diagram and linear graphs. Time-response analysis: Standard test signals (step, ramp or impulse signals) time response of first-order and second order systems, steady-state error constants.

Frequency – response analysis: Nyquist and Bode plots – by sketching and use of experimental data. M – and N – circles. (Closed – loop frequency response) Analysis of system stability: Concept of system stability. Routh – Hurwitz criterion and applications Nyquist criteria. Gain margin and phase margin. Relative stability using Nyquist criterion. Root locus method: The root locus concept. Construction of root loci. Interpretation of the root locus diagram Introduction to systematic Control Design (System compensation): Need for system compensation. Preliminary design consideration. Series and parallel (feed back) compensation. Compensation using lead, lag and lead-lag devices and their practical realization in mechanical, pneumatic and hydraulic systems. Effect of proportional (p), integral (I) and derivative (D) control actions on system performance. System compensation using the root- locus of Bode approach. Analogue computer simulation: Need for computer simulation. Analogue computing elements. Analogue computer simulation of control systems computer operating modes. Amplitude and time sealing. (30h (T), 45h(P).


M.Agric Course Synopses

MCE 801: Theory of Elasticity                                                                                     (2 Units)

General analysis of deformation, strain and stress. Elastic stress-strain relations and formulation of elasticity problems. Solution of elasticity problems by potentials. Simple beams. The torsion problem. Thick cylinders, disks and spheres. Energy principles and introduction to variation methods. Elastic stability. Matrix and tensor notations gradually introduced and then used throughout the course.


MCE 803: Computers, Optimization And Design                                                                (3 Units)

Application of computer methods to engineering design with emphasis on optimization and automated design methods. Introduction to the use of linear and nonlinear programming methods for engineering design and related problems. Unconstrained minimization, penalty functions, feasible directions. Practical solution of problems on digital computer.


MCE 805: Advanced Thermodynamics                                                                    (2 Units)

Basic ideas of thermodynamics and dominant methods of their development: operational, postulation, and statistical. Energy and information theory. Irreversible thermodynamics. Applications.


MCE 809: Operations Management                                                                         (2 Units)

Organization of industrial company: Description of various departments and their functions. Financial resources, statements, rate, and return on investment appraisal of performance and cash requirements. Cost control; Cost accounting breakeven charts and budgets. Marketing objectives, pricing, new products development. Production, process planning and scheduling; inventory control. Work study motion study. Project planning; Network analysis viz PERT, CPM and other techniques.


MCE 811: Experimental Stress Analysis                                                                 (2 Units)

Electric gauge and brittle lacquer methods of stress determination. Variation electric gauges, their placement, circuit design and attendant equipment, brittle models and coatings. Photo-elasticity and analog, methods of stress analysis. Introduction to Moiré technique.


MCE 813: Introduction to Finite Element Analysis                                                            (2 Units)

Review of mathematical foundations of the finite elements analysis – variation methods. Plane stress and plane strain problems. Asynmetric and plate and fluid structures. Field problems – heat transfer and fluid flow problems. Problem solving using digital computer.


MCE 802: Advanced Dynamics                                                                                                   (3 Units)

A comprehensive development of the principle of virtual work, Hamilton’s principle and the Lagrange equations for homonymic and nonoholomic system. Applications of Lagrange equations to systems particles and rigid bodies. Impact problems.


MCE 804: Advanced Fluid Dynamics                                                                                        (2 Units)

Derivation and discussion of the general equations for conservation of mass, momentum and energy using tensors. Several exact solutions of the incompressible Newtonian viscous equations. Kinematics and dynamics of invicid, in compressive flow including free streamline theory developed using vector, complex variable, and numerical techniques.


MCE 806: Mechanical Engineering Laboratory                                                                    (2 Units)

Series of lectures and practical on techniques of measurements; setting up of and experiments, design and calibration of measuring equipment; Trial run experiments; data analysis etc. A total of 8- 10 Laboratory experiments to be performed over the first 2 semesters with at least 2 each coming from the various specialization fields. Students are to write up 4 detailed labs. Reports with two coming from their field of specialization.


MCE 812: Advanced Theory Of Vibrations                                                                            (2 Units)

Review of mathematical foundations and advanced principles of dynamics. Multi degree of freedom discrete system, modelling, formulation and computational schemes. Continuous media systems and their equivalent finite element discrete systems. Model analysis, steady state and transient response. Introduction to nonlinear systems and random vibrations.


MCE 816: Theory Of Plasticity                                                                                                    (2 Units)

Law of plastic flow; general stress- strain relation. Applications to spheres, tubes and rotating disks in the elasto- plastic range with strain hardening. Torsion. Introduction to slip line theory and limit analysis. Creep.


CSC 801 Use of Computer in Research                                                                                    (4 Units)

 Introduction to using computers in Research, Communication Networks; the internet, and the world-wide web, Productivity Software Applications for Researchers; Application software, word processing, spreadsheet, database and presentation/graphics software, Use of statistical packages e.g SPSS, SAS etc and Computer Programming.


MCE 897 & 898: Seminar I & II                                                                                    (2 Units)


MCE 899: Thesis Research                                                                                                            (6 Units)


6.4.10    Academic Staff List





Area of Specialization


Olokode, O.S.

Senior Lecturer & Ag. Head of Mechanical Engineering

M.Sc (Moscow), DIC (UK), Ph.D (FUNAAB), Fellow, Institute of Mineral, Material and Minning (IOM3) (London), C.Eng (UK), MNMS, MNSE, R. Engr (COREN)

Ceramics/Material Science/Nanotechnology


Aiyedun, P.O.


B.Eng (Zaria), M.Sc, DIC (London), Ph.D (Sheffield), FNIEM, MNSE, MINucCE, MIMechE, MMSN, MNIMechE, C.Eng, R. Engr (COREN)

Metallurgical& Materials/Production Engineering,Nuclear Engineering


Adejuyigbe, S.B.


FTC (London), HND (Owo), PGD (Enugu), Ph.D (Akure), MNSE, MGhIE, MNIEM, R. Engr (COREN)

Production Engineering/Computer Aided Design & Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAD&CAM)


Waheed, M.A.


B.Sc, M.Sc, Ph.D, C. Eng (UK), R. Engr (COREN)

Thermodynamics/Fluid Mechanics


Akinbode, F.O.


M.Sc (Portsmonth), Ph.D (Aston)

Fuel/Fluid Mechanics


Bolaji, B.O.


B.Eng, M.Sc, Ph.D (Akure), MNSE, MNIMechE, R. Engr (COREN)

Fluid Mechanics/Thermodynamics


Ismaila, S.O.

Senior Lecturer

ND (Ilaro), B.Sc (Ife), M.Sc, Ph.D (Ibadan) MNSE, MNIAE, MNIFST, R. Engr (COREN)



Kuye, S.I.

Lecturer I

B.Sc (Minna), M.Sc, Ph.D (Lagos), MNSE, R. Engr (COREN)

Systems Engineering


Adetunji, O.R.

Lecturer I

B.Sc, M.Sc (Ife), Ph.D (FFUNAAB), MNSE, MNMS, R. Engr (COREN)

Corrosion/Material Science


 Adekunle N.O

Lecturer I

B.Sc, (Ilorin), MSc (Ibadan), R. Engr (COREN), MNSE


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