School of Arts and Humanities
The faculty of Arts and Humanities/Law seeks to pursue and promote the wonders and value of aesthetic and humanistic learning. It strives to cultivate an inclusive community of curious, intrepid, compassionate and socially engaged learners. It also focuses on achieving distinction in the field of literature and humanities within the framework of an educational research environment that contributes to the development of society and the retention of its identity.
Bachelor Degree In:
- Mass Communication
- Public Administration
- Public & International Relations
- Criminology & Legal Studies
- International Law & Diplomacy
- Political Science
THE MANAGEMENT OF THE SCHOOL created the Arts and Humanities/Law to:
- Produce competent health care personnel in consonance with global trends and in response to national needs. Graduates from their program should be able to;
- Work in any community worldwide.
- Pursue further studies anywhere.
- Conduct research work nationally and internationally
- Engage themselves in self-employment
(B.Sc) Mass Communication
(B.Sc) Public Administration
(B.Sc) Public & International Relations
(B.Sc) Criminology & Legal Studies
(B.Sc) International Law & Diplomacy
(B.Sc) Political Science
Objectives of the Program:
To train globally competent nurses equipped with knowledge of appropriate application of modern sciences related to the discipline in the daily performances of their tasks as members of a health care team.
- At the end of the four year programme the graduate should;
- Be capable of engaging in nursing and medical laboratory practice in any community,
- Be capable of using critical thinking skill as a basic for making judgments in a variety of setting/practice circumstances,
- Exhibit professional ethics and inter-disciplinary accountability in patient care,
- Be capable of exhibiting leadership and management competencies and also co-ordinate delivery of quality, health care and,
- Be capable of pursuing post graduate studies if desired.
Graduates can work in self development, national and international, government and non- governmental health care delivery organizations and multinational industries, teaching, post graduates studies or research.
- Any candidate seeking admission into any course in the School of Arts and Humanities/Law must obtain a minimum of five (5) credit passes at the S.S.C.E/G.C.E/N.E.C.O ‘O’ level in Literature In English, Government Or Geography, CRK and compulsory credit passes in English Language and Mathematics before the award of the Bachelor of Science (B.Sc) certificate.
- Any candidate seeking admission through Direct Entry into any programme of the School of Arts and Humanities/Law must obtain a minimum of five (5) credit passes at the S.S.C.E/G.C.E/N.E.C.O ‘O’ Level in Literature In English, Government Or Geography, CRK and compulsory credit passes in English Language and Mathematics, with a diploma certificate from any University, or Ordinary National Diploma certificate from any recognized Polytechnic, or National Certificate of Education from any recognized College of Education or any other similar qualifications.
Admission is carried out at the beginning of each session. OLABISI ONABANJO UNIVERSITY CONSULT, ABEOKUTA STUDY CENTRE offers years round courses in TWO semester namely, Harmattan and Rain.
For successful completion of the B.Sc course in Arts and Humanities/Law, the students are expected to pass in all courses. The total number of credit required for graduation is 284-300. Faculty requirement are shown below. The students must also obtain a pass in all the practical components of the subjects.