School Of Engineering

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DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING

Electrical and electronic engineers work at the forefront of practical technology, improving the devices and systems we use every day. From solar-energy systems to mobile phones, we innovate to meet society’s communication, tech and energy needs.
The Department has been consistent with her educational goals of providing her students with sound knowledge and skills in the areas of Computers, Electronic, Communications, Control & Instrumentation engineering, Electronic Device Fabrication, Power Systems and Electrical Machines. The training is such that graduates of the Department are nationally and internationally relevant and recognizable.

Programme Objectives

The programme involves research and training in the following areas: Electric Power Systems and Electric Machines; Communication and Electronics; Computer, Control and Instrumentation Engineering; Robotics and Automation. The thrust is to emphasize aspects of study that are relevant to articulated national development objectives and those that enhance the relevance of institution to the society. At the end of the programme, the products will be suitable for employment in all relevant public and private enterprises.

PROGRAMME OBJECTIVES
The objectives of the programme are to:
(a) give students basic knowledge in Electrical and Electronics Engineering;
(b) provide sufficient depth of knowledge to enable promising graduates of the Department pursue postgraduate programmes in Electrical and Electronics Engineering or related disciplines.
(c) prepare graduates for employment in the industry (public and private) in the areas of Electric Power Systems and Electric Machines; Communication and Electronics; Computer, Control and Instrumentation Engineering; Robotics and Automation.
Admission Requirements
Admission to ND1 is through the UTME of the Joint Admission Matriculation Board. To be eligible for admission, candidates must possess GCE (OL) or WASSCE or NECO or equivalent with at least five credit passes in subjects which include English Language, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and any other acceptable Science subject at NOT more than two (2) sittings.
UTME Subjects: English Language, Chemistry, Mathematics and Physics.

DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER ENGINEERING

The Department of Computer Engineering will build capacity and develop human capital to high level through pragmatic and dynamic training, research and developmental services of high standards in the field of Computer Engineering that meet the demands of the society and will stand the test of time and space.
The Department of Computer Engineering is structured to become a world class academic Centre of Excellence in Computer Engineering Training and Research.

Programme Objectives

Ideally, common computer engineering tasks include writing embedded software for real-time microcontrollers, working with analog sensors, and designing mixed signal circuit boards, VLSI chips and operating systems. Computer engineers are also well suited for research in the field of robotics, which relies on using computers together with other electrical systems.

The objectives of the department are geared towards:
1. The development of a thorough practice in Computer Engineering and Technology training.
2. Broad–based training in general engineering and technology at the early stages of the programme.
3. Practical application of Computer Engineering, Technology and Manufacturing Processes.
4. Adequate training in human and organizational behaviour and management;
5. Introduction to entrepreneurial education and training; and
6. Close association of the Department with industries in the country.
7. Creating computing innovations for development
8. Being the focal point in hardware and software integration
9. Cutting Edge and Cross cutting Research and innovation

Admission Requirement
Admission to ND1 is through the UTME of the Joint Admission Matriculation Board. To be eligible for admission, candidates must possess GCE (OL) or WASSCE or NECO or equivalent with at least five credit passes in subjects which include English Language, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and any other acceptable Science subject at NOT more than two (2) sittings.
UTME Subjects: English Language, Chemistry, Mathematics and Physics.

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admissions@imit.edu.ng
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08033116020,
08033349762, 08037367054

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