Faculty of Agricultural Sciences

Department of Agricultural Economics – 44%
Department of Agricultural Extension and Rural Development – 35%
Department of Crop Production and Soil Science – 30%
Department of Crop and Environmental Protection – 30%
Department of Animal Nutrition and Bio-Technology – 37%
Department of Animal Production and Health – 43%

Faculty of Environment Sciences

Department of Architecture – 57%
Department of Fine and Applied Arts – 30%
Department of Urban and Regional Planning – 42%

Faculty of Engineering and Technology

Department of Chemical Engineering – 53%
Department of Civil Engineering – 58%
Department of Computer Science and Engineering – 58%
Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering – 61%
Department of Food Science and Engineering – 46%
Department of Mechanical Engineering – 60%
Department of Agricultural Engineering – 45%

Faculty of Pure and Applied Science

Department of Pure and Applied Biology – 48%
Department of Pure and Applied Chemistry – 46%
Department of Pure and Applied Mathematics – 45%
Department of Pure and Applied Physics – 40%
Department of Statistics – 42%
Department of Earth Science – 39%
Department of Science Laboratory Technology – 50%

Faculty of Management Sciences

Department of Management and Accounting – 35%
Department of Transport Management – 44%
Department of Marketing – 35%

Faculty of Basic Medical Sciences

Department of Physiology – 53%
Department of Bio-Chemistry – 54%
Department of Morbid Anatomy / Histo-pathology – 50%

Faculty of Clinical Sciences

Department of Medicine – 73%
Department of Medical Lab Science – 68%
Department Nursing – 66%

Signed
J. A. Agboola
Registrar

 

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