Colleges

COLLEGE OF MANAGEMENT SCIENCES (COLMAS)

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The College of Management Sciences (COLMAS) is one of the nine Colleges of the University.

Presently, the Departments in the College which offer B.Sc degree programmes are:

•    Department of Accounting
•    Department of Banking and Finance
•    Department of Business Enterprise Management
•    Department of Economics


COLLEGE OF ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES MANAGEMENT (COLERM)

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COLLEGE OF ANIMAL SCIENCE AND LIVESTOCK PRODUCTION (COLANIM)

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The College of Animal Science and Livestock Production (COLANIM) was created in 1988 out of the then School of Technology of the old College of Science and Technology, Abeokuta.

PHILOSOPHY AND OBJECTIVES

The Departments in the College offer undergraduate programme leading to the award of Bachelor of Agriculture. The Departments aim at training skilled manpower for sustainable food production and natural resource management. The human resources and facilities in the Departments make the development of these experts possible through the undergraduate programme of the Department.

The primary philosophy that guides the training of students is the production of skilled manpower that is adequately furnished with the comprehensive information required, for engaging in economic

COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURAL MANAGEMENT AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT (COLAMRUD)

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The College of Agricultural Management and Rural Development was created in 2009 out of the then College of Agricultural Management, Rural Development and Consumer Studies.

PHILOSOPHY AND OBJECTIVES

The primary philosophy that guides the training of students is the production of skilled manpower that is adequately furnished with the comprehensive information required for engaging in economic agricultural production in an environment characterized by rural setting and adequate land endowment.

COLLEGE OF PLANT SCIENCE AND CROP PRODUCTION (COLPLANT)

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The College of Plant Science and Crop Production was created in 1989 as a logical development from the erstwhile College of Agricultural Production and Technology which was split into two Colleges concerned with Plant and Animal Sciences.

PHILOSOPHY AND OBJECTIVES

The Departments in the College offer undergraduate programme leading to the award of Bachelor of Agriculture. The Departments aim at training skilled manpower for sustainable food production and natural resource management. The human resources and facilities in the Departments make the development of these experts possible through the undergraduate programme of the Department.

COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING (COLENG)

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The College of Engineering is one of the two Colleges newly established in the Phase II of the educational development of the University of Agriculture, Abeokuta.

The Phase II took off in the 2001/2002 academic year. The first set of 100 level students were admitted under the coordination of the Head of the Department of Food Science and Technology (FST) at the College of Agricultural Management, Rural Development and Consumer Studies) in that year. All the programmes designed for the departments of the College of Engineering became fully operational in August 2002.

COLLEGE OF NATURAL SCIENCES (COLNAS)

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The College of Natural Sciences (COLNAS) is one of the pioneer Colleges of the University. As the institution’s metamorphosis continued, only the College of Natural Sciences remained unchanged, except for some minor changes in nomenclature. As a result of growth and development, the College was re-organized into independent Departments. The story of UNAAB will not be complete without the College of Natural Sciences, as most of the foundation members of UNAAB were sourced from COLNAS.

COLLEGE OF FOOD SCIENCES AND HUMAN ECOLOGY (COLFHEC)

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College of Food Science and Human Ecology was created in 2009 from the splitting of the former College of Agricultural Management, Rural Development and Consumer Studies (COLAMRUCS) into two separate Colleges; the other Sister College being College of Agricultural Management and Rural Development. The College adopted its acronym

COLLEGE OF VETERINARY MEDICINE (COLVET)

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The College of Veterinary Medicine (COLVET) took off in the 2001/2002 session with 30 students that were offered admission into the 100 level of the six-year Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) degree programme.

A Veterinary Teaching Hospital has been established for the clinical aspects of the training programme and rendering of specialized veterinary clinical and diagnostic services to the local community.