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ABIA STATE COLLEGE OF HEALTH TECHNOLOGY, ABA
ACADEMIC GUIDELINE/STUDNES HANDBOOK
FORWARD
The Academic Guidelines for student of the college of Health Technology, Aba is a
perfect guide for all the students at all times during their training period.
The institution was formerly established as a school of hygiene in 1948(62) years
ago.
In August 25th 2009, the Executive Governor of Abia State Chief T.A. Orji
(Ochendu) signed into law the bill establishing the College of Health Technology,
Aba. Consequently the governor inaugurated the first governing council on 11 th
November, 2009 with Okezie V. C. Ikpeazu (PHD) as chairman. The first Rector
of the College Alvan Ikoku, Okoro (PhD) was appointed on the 30 th April, 2010.
It is in line with the new status of the institution that the academic guideline is
prepared for the upliftment of the academic quality of the students.
Each student should therefore read the academic guidelines very well to avail
himself/herself of the “Modus Operandi” of this Cetadel of learning.
H.S.E EGBULEFU
Registrar
TABLE OF CONTENT
Forward
SECTION A: PRELIMINARY INFORMATION INSTITUTION AS A
WHOLE
SECTION 1: GENERAL INFORMATION
The Visitor of the College
Administration of the College
Principal Officers of the College
Administrative Department o the College
Committees of the College
Student Union Government
Organs of the Student Union Government
Admission
Cancellation of Admission
Ch age of Course
Registration
Procedure for registration
Orientation programme
Matriculation
The Library
Examination
Grading system
Withdrawal from the College
Medical facilities
Social activities
Illegal secret society
Sporting activities
Pregnancy not allowed in any of the programme
Dress code
Movement of seats
SECTION II: ACADEMIC RULES AND REGULATIONS
Eligibility to sit for examination
Examination venue
Before examination
During Examination
After the examination
Examination materials
Illness
Publication of results
Review of examination results
Withholding of results
Penalty for examination misconduct
Procedure for handling examination misconduct
Student grievance procedure
SECTION III: LIBRARY SERVICE3
Registration at the library
Library rules and regulation
Borrowing of books
Lost books
Mutilation or stealing of library materials
SECTION IV:
HOSTEL RULES AND REGULATIONS
SECTION V:
SCHOOLS AND PROGRAMMES
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Environmental Health services
Environmental sciences
public health and epidemiology
general studies
social sciences
community health sciences
pharmacy
pharmacy technology
health management sciences
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health information management
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medical laboratory
biology sciences
dental services
pharmacy and health education
SECTION A
PRELIMINARY INFORMATION
INSTUTUTION AS WHOLE
Name and address of institution
Abia State College of Health Technology, Aba, Abia State
Telephone: 082-232205
Date founded: As school of Hygiene 1948
Date established as a college – 25th August 2009
Philosophy and objectives of the college
The philosophy of Abiia State collect of health Technology, Aba is founded on the
principles of national health policy which is primary health care driven and aims at
the establishment of a comprehensive and affordable health care to every citizen of
the country with the available resources, so that individuals and communities are
assured of productivity and social well-being.
OBJECTIVES:
The objectives of the college are:
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The education and training of health manpower need of the nation
particularly at the grassroots.
The organization of appropriate training programmes, (courses,
seminars and workshops) for health personnel in Abia State, Local
government and other agencies that may require such consultancy
services.
The conduct research in relevant health and health related disciplines
iv.
The production of technicians and technologists who have sufficient
knowledge in the field of health and confident to engage in selfemployment through entrepreneurship
To meet these objectives, the college has established general academic
requirements for the various programmes as follows:
(a) To satisfy the academic and vocational requirements for the various
programmes of study.
(b) To prepare the trainees for a variety of employment they may be faced in
the future.
(c) To provide an awareness of the fundamental, potentials and importance of
health care delivery tot eh national economy.
SECTION 1
GENERAL INFORMATION
THE VISITOR OF THE COLLEGE
The governor of the state is the visitor of the college and shall as often as
circumstances may demand conduct a visitation to the college.
ADMINSSTRATION OF THE COLLEGE
The college is administered by the following bodies
The Governing council: the council makes, controls and superintends over
the policies, finances and property of the college.
The academic board: the academic board is responsible for the general
direction and management of all academic matters of the college, including
the use of the college library. The Rector is the chairman of the board while
the registrar is the secretary.
The board of the college: the board of the college oversees the academic
activities of the college. It advises the academic board on the general
academic affairs of the school and presents tot eh academic board the college
examination result.
Congregation
the congregation expresses by resolution or otherwise its
opinion on all matters affecting the interest and welfare of the college. The
congregation comprises the Rector, the deputy rector, registrar, bursar and
every full-time academic and non-academic staff of the college who holds a
university degree or its equivalent.
PRINCIPAL OFFICERS OF THE COLLEGE
Currently, the principal officers of the college are:
The rector
The deputy rector
The registrar
The directors of schools
The bursar
The college librarian
The rector is the chief executive and chief academic officer of the college.
He handles the day-to-day administration of the college and ensures that
college policies are implemented.
The deputy rector: the deputy rector shall act for the rector in his absence
and perform other duties as may from time to be assigned to him/her by the
rector.
The registrar
is the chief administrative officer of the college. He/she
is responsible to the rector for the general administration of the college and
keeps and maintains college records.
The bursar: he/she is responsible to the rector for the administrative of the
college finances
The college librarian: he/she is responsible to the rector for the general
administration of the college library.
The directors of schools: they are heads of the different schools and
responsible to the rector for the day to day running of the schools and the
departments under them
ADMINISTRATIVE DEPARTMENTS OF THE COLLEGE
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office of the rector
registry
bursary
college library
medical services department
works and maintenance department
students affairs department
security unit
COMMITTEE OF THE COLLEGE
The following are ht current committees of the college
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Result assessment committee
Examination committee
Admission committee
Examination malpractice committee
Disciplinary committee
Library advisory committee
Students affairs committee
Ceremonial committee
Committee of directors
Ethics committee and
Demonstration clinic management committee
STUDENT UNION GOVERNEMTN
The college operates an autonomous students union government. Membership
of the union and participation in all union activities shall be open to only full
time registered students of the college. All students seeking election into any
post shall be screened by the dean of students affairs. Education to the
various officers is held annually and the dean of students affairs oversees the
elections to endure that it is hitch-free.
The union executive serves as a link between the college authorities and the
students body. The union leaders are responsible to the college aurhority
through the director of students affairs. All activities of the union shall be
approved by the rector before implementation.
ORGANS OF THE STUDENT UNION GOVERNENT
The student union government is composed of there organs:
The Executive council
The students representative council and the students congress
Elections to the union executive council are held at the beginning of each
session/
THE OFFICERS OF THE SUTUDENS EXECTUVE COUNTIL
President
Vice president
General Secretary
Assistant general secretary. Financial secretary
Treasurer
Director of sports and social, welfare officer
Public relations officer, auditors 1& 11
STUDENTS REPRESENTATIVE COUNTIL (S.R.C) SENATE
The speaker of the house/the senate president
Deputy speaker/deputy senate president
The clerk
The chief whip
sergeant at arm.
Students congress
The entire student body
ADMISSION
1. The college is open to all candidates irrespective of race, sex, place of birth,
religion and political affiliation
2. The language of instruction ins English
3. A candidate below 16 years of age is not eligible for admission.
4. Admission into the college shall be upon success at the entrance examination
to be conducted by the college for each academic year in addition to
possessing the minimum entry requirements.
5. Candidates may be required to present themselves for interview, aptitude tests
or written examination where applicable in addition to their being successful
at the entrance examination
DEFFERMENT OF ADMISSION
A student may be granted on request approval to defer his/her admission for a
maximum period of one academic year. Such a student must have passed the
probation examination and completed the indexing process.
CANCELLATON OF ADMISSION
A student who gained admission into the college without the minimum entry
requirements or through any fraudulent means shall be asked to withdraw
from the college and his/her admission cancelled anytime the anomaly is
discovered.
No student shall be allowed to change the course into which he/she is
admitted after one semester.
REGISTRATION
1
Student s including returning students must register at the beginning of
every new academic year.
2.
Registration shall be in accordance with the rules and regulations of the
college, which may be reviewed from time to time
3.
Any continuing student who fails to register shall not be considered as
bonafide student of the college.
4.
Late registration shall carry a penalty of N2,000 (Two Thousand Naira
Only)
5.
No continuing student shall be allowed to register after the stipulated
date of registration except with special permission, while fresh
students shall not be allowed to register after the probation
examination.
PROCEDURES FOR REGISTRATION
The procedure for registration shall include the following:
1. Verification of entry qualifications (new student)
2. Payment of stipulated fees (including acceptance fee for new students)
3. Medical examination (new student)
4. Registration at the college of library
5. Hostel registration (where applicable)
6. Submission of completed registration forms duly signed by the authorized
offices at the appropriate offices.
ORIENTATION PROGRAMME
A week orientation programme is organized for all fresh students. The programmed
is aimed at introducing the fresh students to their new environment and college life.
During the orientation, students shall be introduced to the various departments and
units of the college. They shall be acquainted with the college rules and regulations
and the academic grading system. The orientation progamme is a must, for all new
students and should be taken seriously.
MATRICULATION: the matriculation ceremony signifies he formal acceptance
of new students to the college. Freshmen are required to take the matriculation oath
and sign the matriculation register. Nobody may claim to be a student of the college
until he/she has completed all matriculation formalities.
THE LIBRARY
The college contains a library which is open to both staff and students.
EXAMINATION
The college conducts the following categories of examination
1. Semester examination
2. Probation examination
3. State final examination
Professional examinations are conducted at National level by the respective
regulatory bodies of he various programmes at the end of the training period.
GRADING SYSTEM
Assessment of students academic performance is by continuous assessment in
assignments, practical work, class tests and semester/sessional examinations which
sum put to 100%. The raw scores are computed into grade and classified.
WITHDRAWAL FROM THE COLLEGE
Withdrawal for academic failure (WAF)
A student shall be required to withdraw from the college if he/she fails to achieve
the minimum academic standards, which the school of study may prescribe from
time to time.
Temporary Withdrawal
A student may be granted, on request, leave of absence from the college for a
maximum period of one academic year. Such a student must have passed the
probation examinations and completed the indexing process
Withdrawal on medical grounds:
A student, who withdraws on medical grounds, must report his/her illness to the
college authority in writing immediately. Such a student will require a medical
report of fitness from a government hospital before he/she can be re-admitted.
Withdrawal without notice
A student who withdraws from the college without a written approval shall not be
re-admitted without going through the regular process of fresh admission.
Refund of Fees after withdrawal
Fess paid to the college are not refundable.
MEDICAL FACILITIES
The college runs a demonstration clinic. This provides in and out patient medical
services for staff and students
SOCIAL ACTIVITIES
Students wishing to form a society or social club should apply to the student’s
affairs director for registration. Details of the proposed society or social club, its
officers and constitution must be furnished when application is made.
No society or social club should operate on campus unless such society or club is
approved by management.
The following are categories of associations approved for registration in the college.
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Academic /professional Associations
Ethnic Group associations
Social/cultural /philanthropic associations
Non-denominational religious associations
ILLEGAL/SECRET SOCIETY
The college likes the nation at large frowns at her formation, patronage and the
existence of secret societies or secret cults on the campus. Students must note that it
is illegal to operate a secret society in the college or to belong to any banned
society. Contravention of this regulation shall lead to expulsion.
SPORTIN ACTIVITIES
The college encourages extra-curricular sporting acttivities like football, volleyball,
badminton, tennis etc. the idea is to identify hidden talents in students so as to
project them for future national and international competitions. Students are advised
to liaise with the sports officer and participate fully in sporting activities.
RELIGIOUS WORSHIP
The college encourages freedom of worship. There is an interdenominational chapel
in the college to serve the Christian community.
PREGNANCY NOT ALLOWED IN ANY OF THE PROGRAMMES
Any female student who is discovered to be pregnant during the programme shall be
asked to withdraw or obtain a leave absence for one year. If she however wishes to
continue with the programme after delivery, she must re-apply for admission.
DRESS CODE
Students should ensure strict compliance with the dress code as spelt out in the
college hand book for the respective schools.
MOVEMENT OF SEATS
No student shall move seats from one class to another without the prior consent of
their respective directors, such actions would attract 3 months suspension.
ACADEMIC RULES AND REGULATIONS
ELIGIBILITY TO SIT FOR EXAMINATIONS
It is an obligation for a student to meet the following requirement before he/she
would be eligible for any examination.
Full payment of the required fees.
Completion of registration requirements of the school which the candidate is
admitted.
Meeting at lease 75% attendance to lectures, submission of assignments and projects
with effect from the beginning of the academic year and other requirement that may
be determined by the regulatory body (Academic board) from time to time.
EXAMINATION VENUE
The examination halls shall be kept tidy at all times. Walls of the examination hall
and the writing desks shall be free of writings, diagrams, drawings, pictures and
any other material that could be of assistance to the students.
BEFORE EXAMINATION
No candidate shall be allowed into the examination room if he/she is more than
thirty (30) minute late. A student who, arrives late to the examination hall shall not
be allowed extra time.
No candidate shall be permitted to leave the examination hall before thirty (30
)minuts after the commencement of the examination.
No candidate shall, take into examination hall or have in his/her possession during
an examination session any book or paper, printed or handwritten, whether relevant
to the examination or not except if stated in the question paper or specifically
authorized to do so.
Candidates can only enter the examination hall with the following items: Students
identity card, pens, Pencils, Erasers, Rulers and any other material specified by the
examiner eg evidence of payment of prescribed fees.
Candidates shall deposit any handbag or briefcase at the invigilator’s desk or other
approved places before commencement of the examination.
No candidate shall refuse being searched if required by the invigilator
On no account should a candidate refuse a set assigned by the invigilator.
DURING EDURING EXAMINATION
A student shall comply with the instructions set out on a question paper answer
booklet or any directives supplied and shall also comply with any directive(s) given
by the invigilator.
Student examination number (not name) must be written on the examination answer
booklet and extra sheet(s) by the students.
To attract the attention of an invigilator, a student shall only raise up his/her hand.
A candidate shall not remove or destroy whole or part of paper or other materials
supplied whether used or not. However, he may remove from the examination hall
at the end of the session any item authorized by the invigilator.
A candidate shall use only duly stamped and signed answer booklet provided by the
invigilator. Also duly stamped and signed extra sheets must be fastened together
with the main booklet.
No student shall write on the question paper. All rough work must be done on the
answer booklet
No student shall directly on indirectly give assistance to any other student or accept
any assistance from any other person during an examination.
No student shall be allowed during an examination to communicate verbally or
otherwise with any other student or act in such a way to disturb or inconvenience
others. No handsets must be brought into he examination hall.
Students shall stop writing, remain seated and hand in their answer booklets in a
orderly manner as may be directed by the invigilator at the end of an examination.
At the end of an examination, every candidate must submit his/her answer booklet
to the invigilator in person and sign the appropriate column of the attendance sheet
to confirm that he/she has submitted the answer script.
Under no circumstances should a student go out of the examination hall with answer
booklets or extra sheets.
The invigilators main function in the hall is to keep Constant vigilance over students
during he examination session and attend toe students request promptly.
Carry out a search on any student suspected of violating examination regulations
such as abnormal movement, unusual behavior or in possession of any unauthorized
item.
Ensure strict compliance with time limit as stipulated on the question paper.
Ensure that students permitted to go to toilet are under escourt
AFTER EXAMINATION
The invigilator shall ensure that attendance sheet is duly signed by every student
present before leaving the examination hall.
The invigilator shall also collect scripts from students promptly and deliver them to
the examination officer or to any officer in charge of the examination immediately
after the examination.
The examination officer and the invigilator shall check and ensure that the answer
booklets are correct and thereafter shall sign and counter sign the appropriate
column of the attendance sheet respectively.
Both examination officer and invigilator shall give the examination malpractice
report (if the need arises).
Thereafter, the examination officer shall parcel all answer booklets in an envelope
and dispatch to the head of department or directly to the examiner as directed not
later than thirty minutes after the end of the examination.
EXAMINATION MATERIALS
The college supplies all examination stationery such as answer booklets, graph
sheets, and extra sheets where necessary. Therefore students are not permitted to
bring into the examination hall any of such materials.
Al valid answer booklets, extra sheets shall be stamped and duly signed by the
examination officer or any of his assistants before issuance for use by examiner.
Any unused materials remain the property of the college and must not be taken
away by an candidate.
ILLLNESS
In case of illness or any special medical case and a student cannot take an
examination, he/she shall immediately notify the registrar through the director of
the school in writing and attach medical report from a recognized government
hospital for necessary action/
Where a student falls ill during the examination, he/she shall be permitted to obtain
medical attention and the invigilator shall write a report to the effect.
However, such student may be allowed to write ithe the papers or examination
he/she missed with the approval of the board of the college providing the academic
board has not sat on the result.
PUBLICATION OF RESULTS
The list of successful candidates for each examination shall be published by the
registry after approval by the academic board.
REVIEW OF EXAMINATION RESULTS
Where a candidate feels that he/she did not receive a fair assessment in the
examination on release of result, he/she may appeal to the academic board through
the registrar within 14 days of release of such examination results.
Such an appeal shall be accompanied by a fee of N1,000 per paper
To review the answer booklet of the complainant, the registrar of the college shall
immediately arrange for the remarking of the scripts and report in writing to the
academic board within tow weeks after the appeal had been made.
WITHHOLDING OF RESULTS
Any student who as not fulfilled all contractual obligations to the college such as
Return of library books or materials, bedding, full payment of relevant fees, return
of sports ware and any other properly of the college in his custody either as loan, or
otherwise shall have his/her result withheld until payment of same is made.
PENALTY FOR EXAMINAAITON MISCONDUCT
All substantiate cases of examination malpractice shall attract penalties as approved
by the academic board of the college according to the weight of the offence e as the
case may be.
PROCEUDRE FOR HANDLING EXAMIANTION MISCONDUCT
Any student suspected f beaching any part of the examination regulations shall be
made to complete the misconduct form right in the
The examination officer shall withdraw the answer script of any affected student
from the rest submitted by the invigilator and kept in custody throughout the
period of investigation but shall tender it as exibit on request by the examination
malpractice/disciplinary committee or any authorized body in the college,
The invigilator shall report the case along with the necessary exhibits and
documents to the examination officer who shall further refer the case to the registrar
of the college at the end of the examination
The committee handling such causes shall feel free to take oral or written from any
source it deems necessary for ht case.
A suspected student of staff shall make him/herself available for interrogation on
request by the examination malpractice committee. At the end of the investigation,
all embers of the committee shall endorse and the report forwarded to the
academics board to consideration through the registrar. Any dissenting member
must submit a minority view that should accompany the report.
STUNDENTS GRIEVANCE PROCEDURE
A student may after being disciplined for examination malpractice (misconduct)
petition the decision of the academic board if he/she feels unfairly treated within 30
days to the registrar through the examination and record office. The registrar shall
convey such appeal to the academic board which shall accept the petition if i has
merit for a review of the earlier decision.
LIBRARY SERVICES
REGISTRATION AT THE LIBRARY
Only students duly registered with the library will be allowed to use the college
library. To register, student most present the original admission letter, passport
sized photograph and school fees receipt to the librarian for verification before
registration. All library users are required to abide by the rule and regulations
governing the use of the library.
LIBRARY RULES AND REGULATIONS
The rules and regulations governing the use of the college library are as follows:
There must be utmost silence in and around the library
Readers causing unnecessary disturbance may be asked to leave
Identity cards are mandatory for entrance iinto the library.
There must be not eating in the library, as crumbs of food attract insects, pest and
rodents, which are destructive to books
There should be no smoking in and around the library
No bags, folders, raincoats, umbrellas and parcels are allowed into the library but
may at owner’s s risk be deposited in the library security checkpoint.
Noise making shoes should not be worn into the library
Consulted materials should be left on the reading tables
Consult the library assistants for help in the library
When leaving the library, you must submit yourself to the library attendant for
check.
Students are not to enter library before official opening time
GSM phone must be switched off before entering the library.
Failure to return library books as at when due attracts a penalty of N100 only in the
first instance and subsequently N100 for every defaulting day.
BORROWING OF BOOKS
A registered library user can only borrow one book only at a time for a period of
one week after which the book may be renewed. Final year students are required to
return all library books on loan immediately after the sessional examination. The
names of these who fail to comply with these regulations will be submitted to the
academic board for appropriate action. On leaving the college, only users of the
library who have retuned borrowed books from the library shall be cleared by the
college librarian.
LSOT BOOKS
Allegedly lost books will be paid for. The cost of such books will be twice the
original unit cost
MUTILATION OR STEALING OF LIBRARY MATERIALS
Library users, who mark, deface damage or mutilate library books/materials will
pay for such books, twice the original unit cost of each book.
Stealing of library books or any other maternal will attract dismissal of such student
from the college.
Hostel rooms are to be cleaned by students, while the official cleaners are
responsible for cleaning the passages, toilets and surroundings.
Wanton destruction of college prosperities will lead to dismissal from the college.
Any business premises found to e selling dangerous drugs, alcohol and related
articles shall be closed down.
Thefts will lead to dismissal from the college
Assault/fighting will lead to dismissal from the college.
HOSTEL RULES AND REGULATIONS
Rooms are allocated to students on payment of accommodation fees, and clearance
form
Registry and students affairs department
The college authority reserves the right to determine the number of students per
room as the need arises.
\Rooms can only be allocated by the Hostel officer in liaison with director of
student’s affairs
There is no reservation of rooms, i is allocated on the firs come firs served basis.
The right to occupy a room is not transferable.
No student is allowed to transfer property like furniture etc, from classroom to
hostel or vice versa. Any student caught transferring properties would be rusticated
for one academic year.
Directives issued by the hostel officers must be complied with.
No student is allowed to use or place any notices on staff notice board without
permission from the registrar’s office. Its is an offence for any student or group to
write notice or paste notices on unauthorization places. Any defaulting union shall
be prohibited
No student is allowed to make any radio or news paper advertisement concerning its
activities in the college without obtaining permission from the registrars office
No visitors are allowed in the hostel from 4pm to 6 pm on week days and 10am to 6
pm weekends.
No student is allowed for whatever reason to keep a visitor in his/her room
overnight. Any student caught would be rejected from eh hostel. If any student
ejected is squatted by another student, this other student will be suspended from the
college for such period so as the rector will direct.
Wanton destruction of college properties will lead to dismissal from eh college.
Any business premises found to be selling dangerous drugs, alcohol and related
articles shall be closed down.
Theft will lead to dismissal from the college.
Use of dangerous drugs will lead to dismissal from the college.
Inter hostel movement between male and female students at unauthorized hours
will lead to dismissal from the college.
Inter-hostel movement between male and female students at unauthorized hours
willl lead to ejection from hostels of the students involved.
Criminal offence within our outside the hostel., which can tarnish the reputation of
the college will lead to dismissal from the college.
Disturbances caused by loud, noise making particularly through musical. Sets are
prohibited.
Staging of parties of any kind in the hostel is prohibited.
Students must handover the keys of the their rooms to the hostel officer. warden or
matron at two days after vacation of each semester.
Students who go away at the end of the session without leaving the keys of their
rooms shall be surcharged.
Students who leave personal property in their rooms during vacation do so attheir
own risk
Students are not allowed to keep more than N5,000 cash in the hostel. Any student
who violates this rule does it at his/her own risk.
Room keys are not transferable.
Students must not change the locks (or provide additional ones to their rooms
without the express permission from the rector of students affairs.
The installation and use of electric gas, washing machines toaster, grills,
refrigeratiors,, electric boiler. TV, Harir dryers etc in the hostel is prohibited.
Musical instrument is played not cause nuisance tot other roommates or the college
generally.
It is an offence for any student to tamper with any electrical installation in the
hostel. Student must promptly report any damage of malfunctioning of elfiimil
device to the hostel officer, hostel warden or matron.
SCHOOS AND PROGRAMMEDS
SCHOOL OF ENVIRONMENT HEALTH SCHIENCES
PROGRAMMES
1. National Diploma (ND/Higher National Diploma (HND) in Environmental
Health 4 years.
2. Environmental health technicians course – 3 years
3. Environmental Health Assistant course – 2 years.
SCHOOL OF ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Diploma (ND) in pest and Rodent Control – 2years.
Diploma (ND) in Waste Management – 2years
Certificate in Pest and Rodents Control 1 year
Diploma in Health Building & Construction 2 years
Diploma in Cemetery and Mortuary keeping – 1 year
Diploma in Environmental Biology.
SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH & EPIDEMOLOGY
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4.
Diploma
Diploma
Diploma
Diploma
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(ND)
(ND)
(ND)
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Epidemiology and Public Health – 2 years
first Aid and Emergency – 2 years
Fire Safety and Technology – 2 years
Public & Community Health 2 years
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9.
Certificate in fire safety – 1 year.
Diploma (ND) in Nutrition – 2 years
Diploma in Public Health Administration & Management
Diploma in food Hygiene
HND Public Health Administration and Management
SCHOOL OF GENERAL STUDIES
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2
3
4
5
6
7
Diploma
Diploma
Diploma
Diploma
Diploma
Diploma
Diploma
(ND) in Medical Sociology 2 years
(ND) in Medical Psychology 2 years
(ND) in Health Mathematics and Statistics
in Chemistry – 2 years
in Biology 2 years.
in Health Sciences – 2 years
in Physics – 2 years.
SCHOOL OF SOCIAL SERVICES
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2
3
4
5
6
7
8
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Diploma (ND) in Social Work – 2 years.
Diploma (ND) in Sociology 2 years
Diploma (ND) in Psychology – 2 years
Diploma (ND) in Social Studies & Services 2 years
Certificate for Nanny Assistants 1 year
Certificate Nursery Assistants – 1 year
Certificate for Health Assistants (Science Laboratory) 1 year
Certificate for Health Assistants (Health Records)
Certificate for Health Assistants (Dispensary)
SCHOOL OF COMMUNITY HEALTH SCIENCES - PROGRAMMES
The School runs the following programmes
1. National Diploma (ND)/ Higher National Diploma (HND) in Community
Health 4 years
SCHOOL OF PHARMACY
The school runs the following programmes
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Pharmacy technicians programme 3 years
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Conversion programme for pharmacy assistant 2 years
SCHOOL OF PHARMACY TECHNOLGY
1. Diploma (ND) in Pharmacy Technology
2. Higher National Diploma (HND) in pharmacy Technology
SCHOOL OF HEALTH MANAGEMENT SCIENCES
1. Diploma (ND) in Health & Hospital Administration 2 years.
2. Diploma in Health Services Administration 2 years
3. Diploma in Health and Safety Management – 2 years
4. Diploma in Health Insurance Management and Administration
5. Diploma in Road Safety & Management
6. Higher Diploma in Health Insurance Management & Administration 2 years
7. Diploma in Vehicle Driving, Maintenance & Safety – 2 years.
8. Diploma (ND) in Health Management and Planning
9. Diploma (ND) in market/Motor park Master studies – 2 years
10.Diploma in Health Economics – 2 years
11.Higher Diploma in Market/Motor park Superintendent studies
12.Diploma in Health Planning & Project Management – 2 years
13.Diploma in Health Financing & Management 2 years.
SCHOOL OF HEALTH INFORMATION MANAGEMENTY
PROGRAMMES
The school runs the following programmes
1. National Diploma (ND/Higher National Diploma (HND) in Health
Information Management 4 years.
2. Health Information Technicians Course 3 years.
SCHOOL OF INFORMATION MANAGEMENT
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Diploma (ND) in Computer Science – 2 years
Diploma (ND) in General Health Studies – 2 years
Certificate in General/Health statistics – 1 year
Diploma (ND) in General & Health Computer Sciences 2 years
Diploma (ND) in Statics 2 years.
SCHOOLF OF MEDICAL LABORARTORY SCIENCES
The school runs the following courses
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2
Medical Laboratory Technicians
Medical Laboratory Assistance
SCHOOL OF BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
1. Diploma in Biology 2 years
2. Diploma in Microbiology 2 years
3. Diploma in Biochemistry 2 years
SCHOOL OF DENTAL SERVIES
1 Certificate in Dental Hygiene
2 Diploma in Epidemiology and periodontal Diseases
3 School of Dental Hygiene
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SCHOO OF PHYSCIAL AND HELTH EDUCATION
Diploma (ND) in Sports ADMINSITRATION AND Management 2 years
Certificate in Sports Administration and Management 1 year
Diploma a (ND) in Physical and Health Education 2 years.
Diploma (ND) in Health Education 2 years
Certificate in Adult Education Organizer Studies 1 year
Diploma (ND) in Adult Education Studies – 2 years
Higher National Diploma in Adult Education Studies – 2 years
Higher National Diploma in Health Education
NATIONAL DIPLOMA, HIGHER NATIONAL DIPLOMA &
CERTIFICATE COURSE IN THE FOLLOWITNG AREAS
1 School of Information Management
2 Social Services
3 School of General |Studies
ENTRY QUALIFICATIONS
School of Heath Information Management and School of Health Management
Sciences. 5 Credits in not more than 2 sittings including English, Mathematics
any 2 science subjects (Biology, Chemistry and Physics) and any one of
management courses (Govt. Economics, Commerce or Geography)
 The above programmes are for Regular. Evening and Weekends Studies.
 Applicants with NCE, Diploma in Management and Public
Administration, certificate/Diploma in Social Sciences or Social Work are
free Higher National Diploma in related Health Programmes.
Other Schools:
Diploma /Higher National Diploma – 5 Credits including English, Maths,
Biology, Chemistry, Physics in not more than sittings
Certificate courses. Credit in English, and Maths and 3 passes in science
subjects.
VOCATIONAL COURSE AREAS: JSS 3, S75, attempt (WAEC, NECO,
NABTEB and standard Six, FSLC, i/c Motor park Mgt. Motor Vehicle Driving
and Maintenance
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