undergraduate

Faculty of Science

Faculty of Science

Also a foundation Faculty, the sciences is the heart of the University with elective courses from the College of Health Sciences to General Studies taught university wide. With national and international medals won by excellent student participants in research fairs, the sciences have produced seasoned professionals and scholars who are doing excellently well in their various sectors. The following Departments are under the Faculty:

  • Biological Science
  • Biochemistry
  •  Chemistry & Industrial Chemistry
  • Computer Science & Information Technology
  • Mathematics & Statistics
  • Physics and Solar Energy

Dean’s Office

Prof . I. O OSHUNGADE

Professor and Dean

MR Eyitayo .O. OJEMOLA

 

Mrs.Oluwakemi ADEOTI

Faculty Officer/ Senior Asst. Registrar

Secretary I

 

 

Mrs. Abigail Olutundun AJAO

Senior Clerical Officer

Mr.Mathew O. ADEGBOYEGA

 

Driver

 

DEPARTMENT OF BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES

The Department offers two programmes:

  • Bachelor of Science Degree in Microbiology
  • Bachelor of Science Degree in Pure and Applied Biology

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE DEGREE IN MICROBIOLOGY

(B. Sc. Microbiology) – Duration: 4 years

Microbiologists study and harness the micro-organisms in nature. Microbiology encompasses a wide range of sub-disciplines including virology, mycology, parasitology and bacteriology.
Professionals in this field study microbes and how they interact with the environment. They also study how the human health is affected by these microbes. Consequently, they often act as medical consultants due to their superior knowledge of microorganisms.

Microbiologists may focus on the study of a specific kind of microorganism or they may study the practical applications of microbiology such as biotechnology. medical biology or industrial microbiology. Microbiologists may focus on the study of a specific kind of microorganism or they may study the practical applications of microbiology such as biotechnology. medical biology or industrial microbiology.

The programme is conceived to produce graduates of Microbiology with a solid background who are well equipped to meet high level manpower needs of the Nation and to confidently relate with International colleagues.

Career Options

Graduates of Microbiology work for a variety of employers including the Federal and State Health Departments, academic institutions, News Media, Pharmaceutical companies, Biotechnology companies, Food and Beverage industries and manufacturing companies.

Objectives
  • to train students in various aspects of Microbiology through adequate exposure to pure and applied courses in this degree programme;
  • to give students such theoretical and practical knowledge to enable them apply knowledge of the subject to research, industry and everyday life;
  • to inculcate in the graduates of the degree programme through adequate training, the spirit of public and self employment.

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE DEGREE IN PURE AND APPLIED BIOLOGY

(B. Sc. Pure and Applied Biology) – Duration: 4 years

Staff List

Dr. (Mrs.) Abimbola   A.  OWOSENI

Senior Lecturer /Ag. HOD

Dr. Ayantade Dayo  Victor  AYANSINA

Reader

Dr. Olutosin  Emmanuel  ATOBATELE

Senior Lecturer

Dr. Taiwo  Ayanniyi  AYANBAMIJI

Senior Lecturer

Dr. Olayinka Oladapo ELUTADE

Lecturer I

Dr. Oladipo  Olarinre  OLADOSU

Lecturer I

Dr. (Mrs.) Olayinka  Oluyemi OLURANTI

Lecturer I

Dr.(Mrs) Oluwakemi ARANMOLARAN

Lecturer II

Mrs. Yewande  Tolu NEJO

Assistant Lecturer

Mrs. Janet  Omoyemi   ADEYEMO

Assistant Lecturer

Mrs. Oluwafeyikemi  Ajoke ADELEKE

Assistant Lecturer

Mrs. Iyabo Victoria OLATUBI

Assistant Lecturer

Mrs. Omolola                         ODOKO-AJAYI

Assistant Lecturer

Mrs. Bukola   T. ATOBATELE

Principal Technologist

Mrs. Omowumi  AKINOLA

Senior Technologist

Miss. Taiwo  A. OLAOGUN

Laboratory Supervisor

Mrs.. Agnes.  L AIJELOGE

Laboratory Assistant

Mrs. Olabisi Olusola IDOGBE

Secretary

DEPARTMENT OF BIOCHEMISTRY

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE DEGREE IN BIOCHEMISTRY

(B. Sc. Biochemistry) – 4 years

Biochemistry is a discipline that studies the chemical processes within and relating to the whole living organisms. It is intertwined with Molecular Biology and it strives to understand the molecular mechanisms by which genetic information is encoded and able to result in the processes of life. The Bowen B.Sc. (Biochemistry) programme is designed and delivered to equip our graduates with scientific knowledge. laboratory expertise and transferable skills to enable them to successfully compete in the global environment of the 21st century.

The programme is designed to offer intensive experience in Biochemistry with emphasis on the practical aspects. It is aimed at producing high-level manpower with academic and professional skills to serve in any capacity in academics, research institutes and industries.

Career Options

Given the centrality of Biochemistry to life and the versatility of the Bowen B.Sc. Biochemistry programme. our graduates have a whole range of career options in both the public and private sectors; indeed at the present time a few of them have gone on to successfully establish their own businesses directly after their National Youth Service.

There are opportunities in areas such as Banking. Insurance and Investment, Environmental Modeling, Oceanography, Meteorology, Computing and Information Technology. There are opportunities in areas such as Banking. Insurance and Investment, Environmental Modeling, Oceanography, Meteorology, Computing and Information Technology.
In Finance for example. there are many highly paid positions in Portfolio Optimisation, Option Pricing, and Stock Market Prediction that are available to graduates. Furthermore, they are in high demand in Insurance and other financial service professions.

Objectives

The objectives are to

  • train students to fully understand the biochemical basis of life from the unicellular prokaryotic and eukaryotic organisms;
  • train to appreciate cell-to-cell interactions and the molecular basis of these interactions. The knowledge gained will be applicable in the field of molecular biology, biochemical toxicology, genetic engineering, nutritional biochemistry, biotechnology, clinical medicine, pharmaceutical science, agricultural science, environmental and industrial carcinogenesis;
  • contribute to the technological advancement of this country in the areas of scientific research and in the manufacturing industries such as food and beverage industries, pharmaceutical industries, chemical industries, etc;
  • be versatile in the use and application of modern and recent laboratory and analytical equipment. This is very important for the clinical laboratories, research institutes, government ministries and parastatals.

Staff List

Prof.OduolaO. ABIOLA

 

 

Dr. (Ms) Abiola S. TIJANI

Professor & HOD

 

 

Senior Lecturer

 

Mr. Babajide O. AJAYI

 

 

 

Assistant Lecturer

 

 

Mr. Blessing. A. AFOLABI

 

Mrs. Mojisola A. FATEGBE

Assistant Lecturer

 

Assistant Lecturer

 

Mrs. Adenike A. ADEWALE

 

 

Assistant Lecturer

Mrs. Tolulope O. OMOLEKAN

 

Isiah A. ODUGBEMI

Mrs. Grace U. EGEMONU

 

Mrs. Folasade F. ADEFEMI

Assistant Lecturer

 

Assistant Lecturer

Asst. Chief Technologist

 

Secretary I

Mr. Johnson A. ADEYEMO

Mr. John K. OLAYIWOLA

Chief Laboratory Assistant

Laboratory Assistant

Jumoke D. SUNDAY

Technologist II

DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY AND INDUSTRIAL CHEMISTRY

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE DEGREE IN CHEMISTRY

(B. Sc. Chemistry) – Duration: 4 years

The Department of Chemistry and Industrial Chemistry offers two degree programmes:

  • Bachelor of Science Degree in Chemistry
  • Bachelor of Science Degree in Industrial Chemistry.

Chemistry is a basic science course that affects all aspects of applied sciences e.g, Medicine, Pharmacy, Industrial Chemistry, Vet. Medicine, Agriculture etc. Without Chemistry some, if not all the other courses, will collapse.
The industrial development of any country depends on the chemical industries in such a country and this in turn depends on the chemistry graduates produced. As a matter of fact there are more small scale industries which are chemistry based than any other discipline.

The programme is designed to produce graduates with a good understanding of Chemistry, self-reliant and employable at national and international levels.

Objectives
  • to provide students with a thorough grounding in the knowledge and physical principles of chemical compounds and processes;
  • to give students a thorough training in the theory, instrumentation and practice of a wide range of analytical techniques and technological advancement;
  • to sharpen their skills, analytical mind and initiative in confronting and solving analytical problems;
  • to develop students who will meet the national and international manpower needs in all areas of chemical industries;
  • to develop the research and development base of the students;
  • to inculcate the culture of science in the students with a view to motivating them for self-reliance and technological development.

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE DEGREE IN INDUSTRIAL CHEMISTRY

(B. Sc. Industrial Chemistry) – Duration: 4 years

Industrial Chemistry is a general term covering a broad spectrum of applied Chemistry in food, textiles, plastics, soap and pharmaceutical industries. Nigeria is lagging behind in industrial development because it has not developed it petrochemical industries. This is due to lack of industrial chemists and the unwillingness of government to develop its industrial and chemical engineering faculties. Industrial Chemistry in Bowen is a popular course and has a good regular intake and very high future prospects in industries and self employment.

Career Options

Industrial Chemistry is a course with a wide range of possible career paths. Professionals in this field are at par with Chemical Engineers and engage in jobs with Chemical Production companies, Research Institutes and Agricultural Industries etc.
Chemists are frequently employed as Environmental scientists and quality control managers in industries.

The programme is designed to produce graduates with good understanding of the basic principles of Chemistry and its applications. It is also to help in producing self-reliant graduates who are employable at national and international levels.

Objectives
  • to provide students with a thorough grounding in the knowledge and physical principles of chemical compounds and processes;
  • to give students a thorough training in the theory, instrumentation and practice of a wide range of analytical techniques and technological advancement;
  • to train students to fully understand the science of Industrial Chemistry and its application to industry and other everyday life;
  • to train students to appreciate and apply the knowledge gained in recent and modern developments in all areas of applied chemistry, inclusive of environmental issues;
  • to develop the culture of science in the students and motivate them to be self-reliant and technologically alert.

Staff List

Dr. Fes Sunday FABIYI

Reader & Ag. Head

Professor Gbadebo KOLAWOLE

Professor

Dr. (Mrs.), Modupe DAWODU

Reader

Dr. John Chijoke AJAELU

Senior Lecturer

Dr. Godwin Oladele OLUTONA

Senior Lecturer

Dr. (Mrs.) AdebomiAyodeji IKOTUN

Senior Lecturer

Dr.(Mrs.) Esther Oremeyi FABORO

Lecturer I

Mrs. Oladunni Bola ABOGUNRIN

Lecturer II

Mrs. Olufunke Lara IBIRONKE

Lecturer II

Mr. Samuel OBIMAKINDE

Lecturer II

Mr. David Gbenga OKE

Assistant Lecturer

Mr. AdesojiAlani OLANREWAJU

Assistant Lecturer

Mr. Adebayo Mathew ADELEYE

Assistant Lecturer

Mr. David Oluwatobi ADEKUNLE

Assistant Lecturer

Mr. Sunday O. ANIFANU

Assistant Lecturer

Mrs. FolashadeAdenike FASURU

Senior Technologist

Mr. Emmanuel Adewuni AKINTUNDE

Technologist I

Mr. AbayomiOluwafemi AJANI

Technologist I

Mr. Samson Adebowale ADENIRAN

Technologist II

Mrs. JulianahAdejoke ABIOYE

Senior Laboratory Assistant

Mrs. Oyebola Grace AJANI

Computer Operator  II

DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE DEGREE IN COMPUTER SCIENCE

(B. Sc. Computer Science) – Duration: 4 years

Computer Science is concerned with the study of principles, design development and analysis of computer hardware and software to solve problems in a variety of business, scientific and social settings. Computing is part of everything we do now. It offers great opportunities for true creativity and innovativeness as well as many lucrative career opportunities in industry, government, banks, health sector, military, etc.

The programme is conceived to produce graduates of Computer Science with adequate academic and research background. The training would be geared towards the development of the theory of computing and applications of Information Technology intended to be beneficial to society.

Career Options

Computer Science and Information Technology are widely adopted in virtually every area of human endeavour. Professionals in this field are able to utilize a “computational thinking capacity” in their problem solving approach.  In Computer Science and IT related fields; the possibility for employability is infinite. Computer science professionals can be employed in roles such as; – Database administration,  – Game development, – Information System Management,  – System Analysis and System Development.

Objectives
  • to train students in various aspects of Computer Science through adequate theoretical exposure and applications;
  • to train students in applying computing knowledge to research, industry and everyday life;
  • to expose students to state-of-the-art technology and industrial practice;
  • to inculcate in the graduates of the degree programme a strong desire to achieve an enviable level of professionalism and entrepreneurship while maintaining good academic background germinating into a valuable industry-university relationship.

Staff List

Dr. M.O.Oyelami

HOD  

Dr. LALA, Olusegun G.

Senior Lecturer  

Dr. (Mrs.) EMUOYIBOFARHE, Ozichi N.

Senior Lecturer  

Dr. AKINWUNMI, Akinwale O.

Senior Lecturer  

Dr.  R. F. FAMUTIMI,

Lecturer I

Mr. ADEBAYO Segun

Lecturer II

Miss ABIODUN, Adeyinka O.

Assistant Lecturer

Mr. IBITOYE Ayodeji O.

Assistant Lecturer

Mrs. OLORUNFEMI Temitope O.

Assistant Lecturer

Mr.  Halleluyah .O. AWORINDE,

Assistant Lecturer

Mr. Chris Agbonkhese

Assistant Lecturer

Mr. M.O. Awoniran

Assistant Lecturer

Mrs. OKEDIGBA, Temilola Olufunto

Assistant Lecturer

Mr. ALAO Ayodeji A.

Asst. Chief Technical Officer

Mrs. OLANIRAN, Odunola O.

Senior Technologist

Mr.  AYANNIYI, Babatunde P.

Senior Technologist

Mr. ADETONA, Abraham A.

Technologist  I

Mrs. OGUNJOBI, Florence, O.

Secretary II

Miss. FAMUTIMI,IfeoluwaTemitayo

Teaching Assistant

Miss. O.M. Oladele

Teaching Assistant

DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS AND STATISTICS

DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS AND STATISTICS DIGITAL STORY

  1. Brief History of the Department

At the inception of the University in November 2002, the Department of Computer Science, Mathematics and Statistics was one of the five Departments of the then Faculty of Science and Science Education (now Faculty of Science). The Department was to offer three programmes: B.Sc. Computer Science, B.Sc. Mathematics and B.Sc. Statistics.

At the beginning of the 2003/2004 session, Computer Science programme was excised leaving only two programmes: B.Sc. Mathematics and B.Sc. Statistics. Initially, fifty-eight (58) students were admitted into the Department (rather than into the various programmes) through UME and were allocated to programmes according to their overall performances as well as their performances in the core courses for each programme. Twenty-one of them were allocated to Statistics. The same was adopted for the 33 students admitted during the 2003/2004 session, who were later distributed into the Mathematics and Statistics programmes. The first two direct entry students were admitted in 2003/2004 session. However, in 2004/2005 session, students were admitted directly into programmes.

The foundation members of staff of the Department were: Mrs. Tinuke L. Johnson (foundation head of department), Mr O.A. Adeoti, Mr. O.I. Osowole and Mr. O.A. Ojesanmi. The Department was blessed with the leadership of Mrs. Tinuke L. Johnson, Prof. Oyejola, Prof. E.A. Akirelere and Dr. A.B. Fagbohun as either the Head of Department or Ag. Head of Department at various times.

The Department has produced two hundred and thirty-four B.Sc. degree graduates, out of which twelve made First Class. Many of our graduates pursue postgraduate programmes in different institutions abroad. We are proud to say that our graduates are gainfully employed and doing well in and outside the country.  Four of our graduates are currently on the staff list of the Department.

The Department now offers the following postgraduate programmes: M.Sc. Mathematics, M.Sc. Statistics and Ph.D. Mathematics.

  1. Philosophy and Objectives of the Programmes 

2.1       B.Sc. Mathematics

Philosophy

The undergraduate degree programme in Mathematics covers a wide spectrum of both pure and applied Mathematics to produce highly skilled graduates of Mathematics with adequate academic and research background.

Objectives

The objectives are:

  • to produce graduate with a broad and balanced foundation in Mathematics;
  • to develop in students the ability to apply their mathematical knowledge and

skills to the solution of theoretical and practical problems;

(iii)       to produce graduates relevant to meeting national and global manpower needs;

(iv)       to instill in students a sense of enthusiasm for Mathematics, an appreciation of its application in different areas to involve them in an intellectually stimulating and satisfying experience of learning and studying;

(v)     to generate in students an appreciation of the importance of Mathematics in an industrial, economic, environmental and social context; and

(vi)       to produce trainable graduates for further/postgraduate studies in specialized areas of Mathematics or multi-disciplinary areas involving Mathematics. 

2.2       B.Sc. Statistics

Philosophy

Statistics deals with the collection, analysis, presentation and interpretation of numerical data. Therefore the philosophy of the degree programme aims at equipping the student with the best basic knowledge in probability, design and analysis of experiments statistical method and inference, sampling techniques, quality control, operations research, Bayesian methods and statistical computing. It is designed to develop the skills and necessary intellectual orientation required by the students for subsequent career as statisticians.

Objectives

The objectives are:

  • to provide students a broad and balanced foundation in Statistics;

(ii)        to instill in students a sense of enthusiasm for statistics, an appreciation of its application in different areas and to involve them in an intellectually stimulating and satisfying experience of learning and studying;

(iii)       to develop in students the ability to apply their statistical knowledge and skills to the solution of theoretical and practical problems in Statistics;

(iv)       to provide students with knowledge and skills base from which they can proceed to further studies in specialized areas of statistics or multi-disciplinary areas involving Statistics; and

(v)        to generate in students an appreciation of the importance of Statistics in an industrial, economic, environmental and social context.

  1. Department Achievement over the years

The Department presented the two undergraduate degree programme options, B.Sc. Mathematics and B.Sc. Statistics for reaccreditation by the National Universities Commission (NUC) in December, 2017. To the glory of God, the Department obtained full-accreditation status for the two programmes. Similarly, the Department was granted approval by the NUC during the course of this year to commence M.Sc. Statistics programme. We are proud as a Department of the outstanding performance of our student, Miss Esther Adeniji, who bagged the award of over-all best granduant of the University in 2015/2016 session. We equally rejoice with Dr. E.O. Akinola, a member of staff in the Department who recently bagged his Ph.D. degree in Mathematics. It is of importance to note that our first M.Sc. (Mathematics) graduate was appointed a member of staff in the Department in 2017.

  1. Welcome Address by the Head of Department

You are welcome on this page on behalf of the entire members of staff and students of the Department of Mathematics and Statistics.  Currently, the Department offers the following degree programmes: B.Sc.(Mathematics), B.Sc. (Statistics), M.Sc.(Mathematics), M.Sc.(Statistics) and Ph.D.(Mathematics). Curriculum for each of our programmes is robust and well-structured for our graduates to compete favourably with their mates both locally and globally. The Department is blessed with adequate facilities together with committed and God-fearing staff that are readily available to give necessary guidance and support to students to attain success in their academic pursuit and to contribute positively to the development of the society.

  1. Activities of the Unit

Staff members attended and participated actively in conferences and training workshops organized within and outside the University.

  1. STAFF LIST (FULL-TIME)
S/ns FULL NAME

Designation

 

Phone Number OFFICIAL E-MAIL
1 OGUNLARAN Oladotun Matthew Senior Lecturer /Ag. HOD 08034938777 matthew.ogunlaran@bowenuniversity.edu.ng
2 OSHUNGADE  Isaac  Olayiwola Professor 08033772534 isaac.oshungade@bowenuniversity.edu.ng
3  KAYODE, Jeremiah Akindele Lecturer I 08053979877 jeremiah.kayode@bowenuniversity.edu.ng
4 AKINOLA, Emmanuel Idowu Lecturer II 08062723102 emmanuel.idowu@bowenuniversity.edu.ng
5 OKEDIGBA, Ibukun Assistant Lecturer 08037362633 ibukun.okedigba@bowenuniversity.edu.ng
6 OJEMOLA, Oladipupo Ibukun Assistant Lecturer 08076652938 dipupo.ojemola@bowenuniversity.edu.ng
7 FOLORUNSO, Esther Omofa Assistant Lecturer 08060917862 esther.folorunso@bowenuniversity.edu.ng
8 AJAYI, Olumide Oluseyi Assistant Lecturer 08067109064 olumide.ajayi@bowenuniversity.edu.ng
9 OWOLABI, Johnson Adekunle Assistant Lecturer 08138152358 johnson.owolabi@bowenuniversity.edu.ng
10. OMOYAJOWO, Adefunke Christianah Assistant Lecturer 08061328843 08068783475 adefunke.omoyajowo@bowenumiversity.edu.ng

 

DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICS AND SOLAR ENERGY

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE DEGREE IN PHYSICS AND SOLAR ENERGY

(B. Sc. Physics and Solar Energy ) – Duration: 4 years

Physics being the study of matter and energy, involving postulates, theories and experimentation, the ‘hands on’ approach is adopted in the curriculum. In the lectures, emphasis is placed on identifying and understanding the principles of Physics and Solar Energy, while the laboratory courses, demonstrations and tutorials are aimed at reinforcing the understanding of existing theories, discovering new principles and paving the way to the technological and other applications of Physics.

Without specialists in this field. the modern world would be primitive and undeveloped at best. The study of Physics has brought about many pivotal discoveries in the 20th and 21st centuries including radio, tv, electron, microscopes, computer technology, solar energy and nuclear technology.
Like Physicists such as Albert Einstein who has altered the cause of humanity through his work, students in this department have an opportunity to excel as professionals in the field.

Objectives
  • to give students such laboratory training that makes them conversant with the principles and methods of making decisions, measurements and observations, as well as appreciation of various types of observational and other errors;
  • to equip students with adequate and relevant mathematical tools needed for solving physical problems;
  • to equip students with computer programming ability and enable them to    benefit from the modern and rapidly advancing information technology;
  • to train students in basic workshop practice (mechanical and electronics) such that they acquire the ability to fabricate and repair simple devices and equipment;
  • to produce graduates that would fill the manpower needs in the appropriate areas of the national economy, including solar energy and other renewable energy utilization industries for sustainable development; and that also have some entrepreneurship urge and skill;
  • to equip students with adequate knowledge in Physics and skills for independent study required to pursue postgraduate studies and research;
  • to encourage students to initiate and participate as much as possible in local, national and international activities for the promotion and appreciation of Physics in schools, communities and government circles.
Career Options
  • Students who want to explore the mysteries of space, time and matter can take a bold first step in their enquiry by obtaining a degree in Physics and Solar Energy from Bowen University.
  • Graduates of the Department of Physics can work in different roles spread across a wide variety of industries including Education, Research laboratories. Meteorology, Automobile and Aerospace, Defence, Healthcare, Technology, Energy, Computing and Information Technology.
    Physicists observe and measure and develop theories that explain them as well as propound new ideas in the study/knowledge of Physics.
  • In the solar energy industry, Physicists work in conjunction with other professionals to improve the efficiency of solar panels.

Staff List

Dr. Oladipo  O. ADEJUMO

Senior Lecturer/Ag. HOD

Margaret K. AKINLOYE

Professor

 

Dr. Olusola Abel OLADIPO

Reader

 

Olumide Oyewale AJANI

Lecturer I

Jacob  Adebayo AKINPELU

Lecturer I

Dr. Olusanya Odunayo JEGEDE

Lecturer II

   Joshua Ademola OYEWOLE

Assistant Lecturer

Francis Olatunbosun AWEDA

Assistant Lecturer

 James  Ayodeji OMOLIKI

Assistant Lecturer

Boluwatife  Banke DEJI-JINADU

Assistant Lecturer

Adetunji  Ayokunnu ADENIJI,

Assistant Lecturer

Oluwadara  Abosede OYELOWO

Assistant Lecturer

Temitope  Aminat OROTOYE

Assistant Lecturer

Nathaniel Oluwatimileyin ADENIJI,

Teaching Assistant

Abass  Ayowole ARIYO,

Principal Technical Officer

Isaac   Adewale OJEDOKUN

Technologist I

 

Oyejide  Taiwo OLAPADE

Technologist I

 

Kehinde  Adeyemi OLAOGUN

Laboratory Supervisor

Grace  Aderonke OLAOGUN

Computer Operator II

Meet The Dean

Prof. I.O Oshungade

Phone & Email

351-352-9615
deanfsse@bowenuniversity.edu.ng

School Hours

M-F: 8am – 4pm
Weekends: Closed

Other Faculty Officers

MR Eyitayo .O. OJEMOLA

Faculty Officer

Mrs.Oluwakemi ADEOTI

Secretary I