Department of Geography

PHILOSOPHY AND OBJECTIVES

Geography deals with the spatial distribution and attributes of phenomena on the earth’s surface. Our philosophy is to train to understand the nature, structure, and physiography of and the processes of the physical and human induced alterations on the earth’s surface and to equip them with the necessary skills to understand and proffer solutions to natural and human induced problems. The programme focus on optional mobilization of the natural resources of our immediate environment and the environmental impacts of our various development endeavous. Click here towards read way more lord of the ocean slot free. It seeks to inculcate in the students the art of sustainable development of the total environment. Generally the focus is to train geographers who can make meaningful and objective contribution to national development, resolve an made environmental problems arising from environmental abuse and advance the principles and practices of sustainable development of the surface of the earth.

The broad aim is to train geographers who can make spatial and objective contribution to national development, resolve man-made environmental problems arising from the environmental abuse and made the surface of the earth to be functionally appropriate and sustainable. Objectives of the Programme The objectives of the academic programme include: To give students a deep knowledge of the principles of spatial temporal organization of natural and human phenomena on the earths surface. To make students appreciate the nature, structure, distribution and management needs of natural resources and the impact of these on human activities and problems. To equip students with suitable analytical and technical skills required for tackling problems of spatial planning and development and management of environment resources. To enable students to specialize in areas relevant to national development particularly, planning and environmental studies. To stimulate an awareness for imbibing skills for environmental conservation, restoration and sustainability.

  • The Department of Geography offers the following programmes;
  • i) B.Sc. in Geography
  • ii) Postgraduate Diploma (PGD) in Geography and Environmental Management
  • iii) Master of Science (MSc.) in Geography and Environmental Management (Environmental Management; Human Geography; Physical Geography)
  • iv) Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)in Geography and Environmental Management (Environmental Management; Human Geography; Physical Geography)

HOD Geography – Dr. Odafivwotu Ohwo

Academic Staff

S/N Names Rank
1. OHWO ODAFIVWOTU Lecturer view profile
2. HORSFALL DIGIENENI ELI Lecturer view profile
3. OMIDIJI ADEDOYIN OLUWATOYIN Lecturer view profile
4. AGUSOMU TANO DUMOYEI Lecturer view profile
5. TAMUNO TONPAGAMO TIMIPA Lecturer view profile
6. OJILE MESHACH OWHO Lecturer view profile
7. OKAFOR STANLEY IGWEZE Lecturer view profile
8. AISUEBEOGUN AUGUSTUS O. Lecturer view profile

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STUDY GEOGRAPHY

Geography Programme

Duration: 4 years

Class Attendance: 70%

Semesters: 8

Male Lecturers: 25

Female Students: 685

Male Students: 950

Female Lecturers: 14