Nigerian Maritime University Courses And Admission Requirements

The Nigerian Maritime University (NMU) located at Okerenkoko with its takeoff campus at Kurutie Warri South West Local Government Area of Delta State is established and owned by the Federal Government of Nigeria, and has been granted approval by the National Universities Commission (NUC) to commence undergraduate degree programmes effective from the 2017/2018 academic session. NUC has officially approved that National Maritime University Okerenkoko, Delta State to commence undergraduate academic activities in Transport, Engineering and Environmental Management faculties.

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Listed below are the courses offered at Nigerian Maritime University Okerenkoko and admission requirements

Officially Nigerian Maritime University offers 13 courses for now and the courses include:

The Faculty of Transport

This faculty has four departments that include

  • Nautical Science
  • Transport Logistics Management
  • Marine Economics and Finance
  • Port Management
ProgramsOrdinary level RequirementsUTME Requirements
i. B.Sc. Nautical ScienceFive credits at SSCE (or its equivalent) in English Language, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry  Biology and GeographyEnglish Language,  and three of Mathematics, Chemistry, Physics and Biology
ii. B.Sc. Transport logistics ManagementFive credits at SSCE (or its equivalent) in English Language, Mathematics, Economics and one other social science subjectEnglish Language, Mathematics, Economics and one other social science subject
iii. B.Sc. Marine Economics and FinanceFive credits at SSCE (or its equivalent) in English Language, Mathematics, Economics and one other social science subjectEnglish Language, Mathematics, Economics and one other social science subject
iv.  B.Sc. Port ManagementFive credits at SSCE (or its equivalent) in English Language, Mathematics, Economics and one other social science subjectEnglish Language, Mathematics, Economics and one other social science subject

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The Faculty of Engineering

It has five departments which include:

  • Marine Engineering
  • Civil Engineering
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Petroleum and Gas Engineering
i. B.Eng. Marine EngineeringFive credits at SSCE (or its equivalent) in English Language, Mathematics, Physics Chemistry and BiologyEnglish Language, Mathematics and any two of Physics, Chemistry and Biology
ii. B.Eng. Civil EngineeringFive credits at SSCE (or it equivalent) in English Language, Mathematics, Physics Chemistry and BiologyEnglish Language, Mathematics and any two of Physics, Chemistry and Biology
iii. B.Eng Electrical EngineeringFive credits at SSCE (or it equivalent) in English Language, Mathematics, Physics Chemistry and BiologyEnglish Language, Mathematics and any two of Physics, Chemistry and Biology
iv. B.Eng. Mechanical EngineeringFive credits at SSCE (or it equivalent) in English Language, Mathematics, Physics Chemistry and BiologyEnglish Language, Mathematics and any two of Physics, Chemistry and Biology
v. B.Eng. Petroleum and Gas EngineeringFive credits at SSCE (or it equivalent) in English Language, Mathematics, Physics Chemistry and BiologyEnglish Language, Mathematics and any two of Physics, Chemistry and Biology

 

The Faculty of Environmental Management

It has four departments which include:

  • Environmental Management and Pollution
  • Meteorology and Climate Change
  • Fisheries and Aquaculture
  • Marine Geology
i. B.Sc. Environmental Management and Pollution ControlFive credits at SSCE (or its equivalent) in English Language, Mathematics, Economics and two other social science subjects or one social science subject and any other subjectEnglish Language, Mathematics, Economics and any other social science subject
ii. B.Sc. Meteorology and Climate ChangeFive credits at SSCE (or its equivalent) in English Language, Mathematics, Economics Geography and two other social science subjects or one social science subject and any other subjectEnglish Language, Mathematics, Economics Geography and any other social science subject
iii. B.Sc. Fisheries and AquacultureFive credits at SSCE (or its equivalent) in English Language, Mathematics, Chemistry and Biology/Agricultural Science and Physics/Economics/GeographyEnglish Language, Chemistry, Biology/Agricultural Science and Mathematics/Physics
iv. B.Sc Marine GeologyFive credits at SSCE (or its equivalent) in English Language, Mathematics, Chemistry, Physics Economics/Geography and BiologyEnglish Language, Chemistry, Biology/Agricultural Science and Mathematics/Physics

Nigerian Maritime University School Fees

Fresh students: School fee is N51,500, accomodation (N90,000), hostel maintenance (N20,000)

Returning students: School fee is N40,500, accomodation (N90,000), hostel maintenance (N20,000)

For more information, kindly visit the Nigerian Maritime University website: https://nmu.edu.ng/

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