Salem University Gets Full NUC Accreditation for 7 Programmes

Salem University Gets Full NUC Accreditation for 7 Programmes

Salem University Lokoja achieves full NUC accreditation for seven academic programmes, including Computer Science, Geology, and Biochemistry, marking a significant milestone for the institution and expanding its educational offerings for students.

Salem University Lokoja, located in Kogi State, Nigeria, has received full accreditation for seven academic programmes from the National Universities Commission (NUC). This accomplishment is a testament to the university’s commitment to providing high-quality education and its dedication to academic excellence.

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The Accreditation Process:

The NUC conducted an accreditation visit to Salem University Lokoja in November and December to assess the academic programmes submitted for accreditation. Following a thorough review, the NUC granted full accreditation to the seven courses, allowing the institution to continue operating as a full-fledged university.

The Newly Accredited Programmes:

The seven fully accredited programmes at Salem University Lokoja include:BSc Computer Science
BSc Information Technology
BSc Geology
BSc Microbiology
BSc Biochemistry
MSc/MBA Business Administration

With these accredited courses, Salem University Lokoja can now admit more students to its diverse range of educational opportunities and career paths.
Celebrating the Achievement:

Professor Alewo Johnson-Akubo, the Vice Chancellor of Salem University, expressed his delight at the news, stating that the accreditation of all their programmes in the seven colleges was a significant development for the institution. He also noted that the university’s infrastructural development was well-equipped to accommodate more students.
Future Prospects:

With the full accreditation of these seven programmes, Salem University Lokoja can admit more students for the 2022/2023 academic year, offering them access to top-quality education. The institution’s growth and development will undoubtedly contribute to the advancement of Nigeria’s higher education sector and the overall development of the nation.

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