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General Studies Department

The aim of General Studies is to produce graduates capable of having knowledge and solving problems in fields outside their areas of specialization in order to foster societal sustainable development. The study fosters intelligibility, effective communication in English language and keep students abreast with fundamentals of the Humanities, Natural and Social Sciences thereby, empower graduates to proffer solutions to basic social problems.

Philosophy

The general study courses in Federal School of Surveting, Oyo is in view of the reasoning that students ought to be equiped with certain knowledge as pioneering abilities such that they can comprehend the mind boggling elements of the present society

Objectives

The General Studies Program is multidisciplinary, requiring study in an assortment of fields that incorporate reasoning, science, sociology and citizenship training, to mention few. In addition, the general study program gives chances to the students to create enterprenuership abilities that will make them managers of work in the event that they desire. The program is intended to empower students to:

  • communicate effectively in both written and oral English language , and have some working knowledge of the French language;
  • acquire successful working aptitudes to make them employable and furthermore create innovative abilities that will empower them become managers of work.
  • develop adequate competence in the use of the English language as a tool for their studies and as an effective means of communication in society and in their future employment.


  School Calendar Events

  • FEB
    20

    Matriculation

    2019/20 Matriculation Ceremony

  • MAR
    13

    End of SIWES

    End of SIWES Programme for NDII

  • MAR
    16

    ND II Resumption

    ND II Resumption Date & Beginning of Lectures

  • MAR
    23

    Revision Week

    Revision Week for all non-NDII Students

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