Engr. Ashiru M. Ashiru (B. ENG)

(M. Sc) Head of Department.  

              DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY (CET)

The Department of Civil engineering Technology (CET) was established in 2006, in line with the 

objectives of the Polytechnic act as contained in the Federal Polytechnic Decree No. 33 of 1979

as amended in 1987. 

The Department was pioneered by Engr. Ashiru Muhammad Ashiru as the Coordinator of 

 the Department ( Feburuary, 2006- February 2012) and he iscurrently the Head of the Department 

( September, 2014- date).

Modern Civil Engineering professionals often require an extensive understanding of planning, analysis,

design, construction and maintenance of fixed structures due to strategic benefit it can bring to both

individuals and project teams. 


Civil Engineering Options

  • Structural Engineering
  • Water Resources and Environmental Engineering
  • Transportation (Highway, Rail, Air etc.) Engineering
  • Geotechnical Engineering

 Objective / Vision and Mission of the Department 

The objective of the Department is to train students to acquire Technical and

Vocatinal skills, needed for self-actualization and National Develoment in the field of Civil Engineering.

The Department runs three programmes; Polytechnic Diploma (PD), National Diploma (ND) 

and Higher National Diploma (HND).

 


  

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

National Diploma / Polytechnic Diploma / Pre- HND

Applicant with any of the following qualifications may be considered for admission into the

National Diploma Programme by direct entry:

S.S.C.E or its equivalent (NECO, NABTEB, Teachers grade II, NTC, WASC, GCE) with passes

at credit level in Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, English and one other 

subject in any of the following subjects: Biology/Agricultural Science, Wood Work/ 

Metal Work, Auto-mechanics, Basic Electricity, Basic Electronics, Technical drawing, Fine Art,

Economics and Geography.

The Department runs Part-time programmes in National Diploma, ND which has minimum duration 

of six (6) and maximum of twelve (12) semesters for completion of the programme.