Department of Electrical/Electronics Engineering

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The Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering of the Osun State University is one of the two pioneering engineering departments under the College of Science, Engineering and Technology established in 2007/2008 academic session as part of the first phase of development of the University.

The department runs a 5-year programme, operating 2-semester course units system in its curriculum that leads to the award of Bachelor of Engineering (B.Eng.) degree in Electrical and Electronic Engineering. The 5-year duration is expected to progress from year-one (100 level) through year-five (500 level). Each year is divided into two semesters (Harmattan and Rain), each of 17-18 weeks duration which comprises 2 weeks of registration, 13 weeks of lecture and 2-3 weeks of examination.

The department operates academic curriculum that is tailored along stipulations contained in the National University Commission (NUC) and the Council for the Regulation of Engineering in Nigeria, COREN Benchmark Minimum Academic Standards, BMAS documents. The Department has been graduating students since 2012 and has always maintained an enrollment figure which is in line with the carrying capacity for Electrical and Electronic Engineering programme specified in the COREN BMAS document. This policy allows for the realization of the philosophy and objectives of the programme through proper utilization of facilities and equipment for teaching and research in the laboratories.  

The Programme Educational Objectives for the Electrical and Electronic Engineering undergraduate programme are to produce graduates who in a few years of graduation will:

PEO 1 Bring their fundamental knowledge of principles in mathematics, science and engineering to bear on the challenges they take on, developing and applying appropriate models, technical tools, and evaluations to come up with their solutions.
PEO 2 Bring to their careers the self-assurance, integrity, and technical strengths that drive innovation, and the communication and collaboration skills to inspire and guide the groups they work with in bringing their ideas to fruition.
PEO 3 Apply their abilities, talents, and insights creatively and productively in fields and professions beyond those explicitly represented in, or anticipated by, the curriculum.
PEO 4 Be sensitive to professional and societal contexts, committed to ethical action, and engaged in life-long learning (including studies leading to professional certification or an advanced degree in engineering) to remain effective members of the communities.

The PEOs were formulated in line with the mission statement of the University- “to create a unique institution committed to the pursuit of academic innovation, skill-based training and a tradition of excellence in teaching, research and community service. The PEOs-Mission mapping matrix shown in Table 1 shows the contribution of the PEOs to the realization of the mission of the University.

Table 1: Mapping of PEOs to Mission of University


University’s Mission

Academic Innovation

(Teaching and Research)

Skill-based training

Community Service

















The Department also gets adequate feedback from other stakeholders such as employers of our graduates, industries, alumni of the programme as well as parents/guardians. This information provides the basis for evaluation of the PEOs.


The programme outcomes are statements of the knowledge, skills and behaviours that students are expected to have by the time they graduate. The POs for the Electrical and Electronic Engineering undergraduate programme are the same as those approved by COREN. These include the ability to:

a) apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals in Electrical and Electronic Engineering to the solution of developmental and complex engineering problems;
b) identify, formulate, research literature and analyze developmental and complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences and engineering sciences;
c) proffer solutions for developmental or complex engineering problems and design systems, components or processes that meet specified needs with appropriate consideration for public health and safety, cultural, societal, and environmental considerations;
d) conduct investigation into developmental or complex problems using research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of information to provide valid conclusions;
e) create, select and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and ICT tools, including prediction, modeling and optimization to developmental and complex engineering activities, with an understanding of the limitations;
f) apply reasoning informed by contextual knowledge including Humanities and Social Sciences to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to engineering practice;
g) understand the impact of professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts and demonstrate knowledge of and need for sustainable development;
h) apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of engineering practice, including adherence to the COREN Engineers Code of Conducts;
i) function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams and in multi-disciplinary settings;
j) communicate effectively on developmental or complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions;
k) demonstrate knowledge and understanding of engineering, management and financial principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multi-disciplinary environments; and
l) recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological and social changes.


For admission into first degree programmes of the University, a candidate shall be required to possess the following minimum qualification:
1. Senior School Certificate Examination (SSCE) or its equivalents with credit passes in five (5) subjects at not more than two sittings. The candidate must also earn an acceptable score in the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME).
2. Candidates seeking admission by direct entry into the 200 level must have at least five (5) O/L credits, two of which must be at Advanced level or approved equivalents.
3.2 Departmental Admission Requirement
Requirements for admission into Electrical and Electronics Engineering programme are guided by the University policy on admission and in accordance with the NUC guidelines.

U.T.M.E. Requirements

To qualify for admission into the programme in the Department, a candidate must possess at least five (5) credit passes in SSCE or NECO (O’ Level), obtained at not more than two sittings, which must include the following subjects: English Language, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and any other Science subject.

Candidates with acceptable passes in the Pre-Degree Programme Examination of the Osun State University and that have an acceptable pass in the UTME may also be admitted into the 5-year degree programme of the Department.

Direct Entry Requirements
Candidates with passes at the Advanced Level (A-Level) in relevant subjects, which must include Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry and those with OND, NCE (Upper Credit) and HND (minimum of lower Credit) from any higher institution recognized by the University Senate may be admitted into the 200-level, provided such candidate fulfill the UTME admission requirements of the Department. Candidates with acceptable passes in the Advanced Diploma Programme of Osun State University may also be admitted into the 200-level, provided such candidate fulfill the UTME admission requirements of the Department.

Post UTME Screening
All candidates seeking admission into the University shall be required to pass the University Post UTME Screening test before being admitted.

Registration Procedure
(a) Students shall normally complete registration at the beginning of the semester.
(b) Any addition or deletion from the courses for which a student is formally registered must be made with the consent of the consent of the course coordinator.
(c) A students may be allowed to withdraw from a course by the course administrator before a third of lectures have been given. Such a student who withdraws after this time or who fails to sit for examination without reasons acceptable to the appropriate Faculty/College Board shall be deemed to have failed the course. A grade point of 0 F shall be recorded for the student in the course.
(d) Late registration in the course may be allowed with penalty of up to 4 weeks after the commencement of registration.

Duration of Degree Programmes
The minimum duration for the Bachelor of Engineering (B.Eng) programme is 10 semesters. Direct entry candidates with ND, NCE and equivalents shall have minimum duration of 8 semesters while those with HND shall have minimum duration of 6 semesters.

Graduation Requirements
To qualify for the award of a degree of the Osun State University, a student is required to have:
(i) completed and passed the prescribed number of units including all compulsory courses specified by the University.
(ii) completed and met the standards for all required and optional courses.
(iii) obtained the prescribed minimum CGPA.

List of Staff (View All)

S/N Name                         Designation 

1. Dr. H. Lasisi Senior Lecturer/Acting HOD

2. Prof. M.O. Omoigui Professor (Contract)

3. Prof. L.O. Kehinde Professor  (Adjunct)

4. Prof. O.A. Komolafe Professor  (Sabbatical)

5 Dr. M.F. Akorede Associate Professor (Sabbatical)

6. Dr. (Mrs.) F.A. Semire Senior Lecturer (Sabbatical)

7. Dr. T.O. Ajewole   Senior Lecturer

8. Dr. O.O. Obiyemi Senior Lecturer

9. Dr. T.A. Abdul-Hameed Senior Lecturer (Adjunct)

10. Dr. M.O. Lawal Lecturer I

11. Dr. K.O. Alawode Lecturer I

12. Engr. O. Oladepo Lecturer I

13. Engr. T.T. Awofolaju Lecturer I

14. Mr. M.O. Bada Assistant Lecturer

15. Miss B.A. Adewumi Graduate Assistant

16. Mr. M.O. Oyedeji  Graduate Assistant

17. Mrs. B.M. Ojuola, Engn. Tech. Principal Technologist

18. Mr. A.O. Esho Senior Technologist 

19. Engr. I.O. Aiyedun Senior Technologist 

20. Engr. O. Akinwale Technologist II

21. Mr. T.O. Balogun Technologist II

22. Miss O.R. Olowu Technologist II

23. Mr. S.O. Olatona Technologist II

24. Mrs. V.A. Ogunjobi   Confidential Secretary I

25. Mrs. F.T. Omotosho Senior Office Assistant

26. Mr. I.A. Taleatu Office Assistant

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    Administrative building, 
    Osun State University,
    Main Campus, Osogbo, Osun State.
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