About the School

The department was established in 1996 to meet the need of several agitated minds within and outside Oyo town. It is one of the departments under the School of Vocational and Technical Education in the College. The department took off with seventy-one (71) students. Currently, the department runs both regular and part time NCE programme in Accounting and Office Management (OTM) with students combining an area of Special Education because of the peculiar of the College programme. Over the years, the department has continued to grow in leaps and bounds to the effect that, at present (2016/2017) academic session) the staff strength stands at twelve (12) academic staff members, two (2) support staff with students population of about hundred (600).

Mesaage from the Dean

At the inception, the School of Secondary Education (Vocational and Technical Programmes) was known as School of Applied Science with Departments of Agricultural Science, Home Economics and Physical and Health Education as its components. The School now has Four (4) Departments they are: Agricultural Education,Business Education(i) Secretarial Option (ii) Accounting Option, Home Economics Education and Fine and Applied Arts. The programme is for 3 consecutive years and students will obtain their NCE Certificate after successful completion of the programme.

School Officer

Ujulu Philip Mansa
08034308015
juluphilipmanza@yahoo.com

Department of Agrictultural Education

HOD: Dr. F.A. Alaka
Email:fayoade2013@gmail.com
Phone Number: 08033599347

Department of Fine and Applied Arts Education

HOD: Mr. Shittu, S.I.
Email: shittuart@gmail.com
Phone Number: 08035664061

Department of Home Economics Education

HOD: Dr. A.O. Akinsola
Email: akinsola4gold@gmail.com
Phone Number: 08034800734

Department of Business Education

HOD: Dr. Y. A. Babalola
Email:babayisau@gmail.com
Phone Number: 08035032703

Do you wish to study Agricultural Education?

Students seeking for admission into NCE Agricultural Education program should possess any of the following qualifications:
a. Senior Secondary School Certificate (SSC) or G.C.E ‘O’ Level/NECO with credits in 4 subjects including English Language and Mathematics, at not more than two sittings.
b. A Grade II Teachers’ certificate (TC II) with Credit or Merit in four subjects. Credit/Merit in Agricultural Science, and General Science or Integrated Science are required.
c. For Candidates transiting from college organized Pre-NCE program, a cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) of 2.0 is required for absorption into direct NCE Agricultural Education program.
d. Associate ship Certificate in Education awarded by an approved institution in Nigeria or abroad, is also acceptable as qualification.

Do you wish to study Fine and Applied Arts?

i. Candidates must have 5 credits at 2 sittings including English and any relevant subject (Visual Arts)
ii. A Senior Secondary School Certificate (SSCE) or G.C.E. O’ Level with credit in 5 subjects including English Language and any relevant subject (Visual Arts).
iii. A grade II Teacher’s Certificate (TC II) with 5 credits including English Language and any relevant subject (Visual Arts).
iv. R.S.A. or City and Guilds intermediate certificate and Federal Craft Training Certificate with 5 credits including English Language and any relevant subject (Visual Arts) are acceptable qualifications.
v. Associateship certificate in Education awarded by an approved institution in Nigeria or abroad is also acceptable.

Do you wish to study Home Economics Education?

a. A minimum of five (5) credits including English and Mathematics (to be achieved at a maximum of 2 sitting) and the other 3 in any of the related areas like Food and Nutrition, Home Management Clothing and Textiles, Chemistry, Physics, Biology, Agriculture, Health Education and Integrated Science.
b. Associateship Certificate in education awarded by an approved institution in Nigeria or abroad, is also acceptable as qualification.
c. All candidates wishing to be considered for admission must enroll for and write the selection examination organized by an accredited body such as JAMB.
d. Successful candidates in the Pre-NCE final examination who also take and succeed in a selected examination organized by an accredited body and qualified for admission.

Do you wish to study Business Education

i.To be eligible for direct admission, a candidate must have three (3) credit:
a. Economics
b. Principles of Accounting/Bookkeeping
c. Business Methods/Introduction to Business Management/Office Practice/Secretarial Duties
d. Shorthand
e. Typewriting
f. Commerce
ii. A “Credit” in English Language and Mathematics
iii. WAEC Commercial of National Secretarial Examination (NSE) or National Business and Technical Education Examination Board (NABTEB) or NECO or TC II or RSA Stage II Certificate with passes at not more than two (2) sittings in five (5) subjects as in (a) – (c) above.

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