Civil Engineering Course Descriptions

he following is the list of choice for the NAU core curriculum. Those courses are:


100 Level Courses


First Semester 

S/NoCourse CodeCourse Title Credit 
1MAT 101Mathematics 13
3ICH 101Basic Organic Chemistry2
4PHY 107Physics Practical I1
5ICH 103Basic Inorganic Chemistry2
6FEG 101Engineering Maths3
7BUS 101Intro. To business2
8GSS 101Use Of English2
9GSS 107Nigeria Peoples & Culture2
10GSS 105Humanities2
11GSS 108Basic Igbo Studies I1
Total                                                                                                                           20


Second Semester

S/NoCourse CodeCourse TitleCredit 
1GSS 102Use Of English2
2GSS 106Philosophy And Logic2
3GSS 109Basic Igbo Studies II1
4MAT 102Mathematics II3
5PHY 102Physics II3
6ICH 102Basic Physical Chemistry3
7PHY 108Practical Physics1
8ICH 171Practical Chemistry2
9FEG 103Circuit Theory2
10FEG 102Engineering Mathematics II 2
Total                                                                                                                         20


200 Level Courses


First Semester

S/NoCourse codeCourse TitleCredit
1MAT 201Mathematics III3
2ICH 221General Physical Chemistry 2
3CSE 201Computer Programming2
4FEG 211Applied Mechanics I2
5FEG 201Applied Electricity I2
6FEG 250Principles Of Material Science2
7FEG 213Engineering Drawing I2
8FEG 221Fluid Mechanics 12
9FEG 281Workshop Practice I2
Total                                                                                                                  19

Second Semester

S/NoCourse CodeCourse TitleCredit
1MAT 202Mathematics IV3
2CSE 202Computer Programming II2
3FEG 212Applied Mechanics II2
4FEG 202Applied Electricity II2
5FEG 215Strength Of Material I2
6FEG 214Engineering Drawing II2
7FEG 242Thermodynamics2
8FEG 282Workshop Practice II2
9FEG 280Engineer In Society2
10BUS 202Principles Of Management2


300 Level Courses


First Semester

S/NoCourse codeCourse titleCredit
1GSS 301Entrepreneurial Studies 0
2FEG 303Engineering Mathematics III3
3ARC 331Elements of Architecture3
4GLS 317Geology for Engineers2
5CVE 313Strength of Materials3
6CVE 321Civil Engineering Materials3
7CVE 351Fluid Mechanics3
8CVE 371Engineering Surveying I3
9CVE 381Laboratory Practice I:

  1. Surveying Practical
  2.  Concrete Materials
  3.  Strength of Materials
  4.  Fluid Mechanics Laboratory


Second Semester

S/NoCourse codeCourse titleCredit
1CVE 342Geology for Engineers2
2CVE 322Construction Planning, Equipment and Methods2
3CVE 324Concrete Technology2
4CVE 332Theory of Structures I3
5CVE 334Design of Reinforced Concrete Structures3
6CVE 344Soil Mechanics I3
7CVE 372Engineering Surveying II3
8CVE 382Laboratory Practice II:3


400 Level Courses


First Semester

S/NoCourse codeCourse titleCredit
1FEG 404Engineering Mathematics IV2
2CVE 411Technical Communications1
3CVE 421Civil Engineering Practice2
4CVE 431Theory of Structures II3
5CVE 433Design of Timber Structure2
6CVE 441Soil Mechanics II2
7CVE 451Engineering Hydrology2
8CVE 453Hydraulics 2
9CVE 461Environmental Engineering I2
10CVE 471Highway and Transportation Engineering I2
11CVE 481Laboratory Practice: 

  1. Soil Mechanics Laboratory
  2. Hydrology/Hydraulics Laboratory
  3.  Environmental Engineering Laboratory


Second Semester

CVE 490: Industrial Training                             (6 Credits)

500 Level Courses


First Semester 

S/NoCourse code                 Course TitleCredits
1CVE 521Construction management I3
CVE 531Theory of structures III2
CVE 533Design of steel structures2
4CVE 541Geotechnical Engineering I3
5CVE 561Environmental Engineering II2
6CVE 571Highway & Transportation Engineering II2
7CVE 581


-Structural Engineering Design I

-Geotechnical Engineering Laboratory I

-Highway & Transportation Engineering Laboratory I

-Environmental Engineering Laboratory I

8.CVE 5XXElective3
9.CVE 599Final Year Project3



Course code                             Course Title  Credits
1.CVE 537Advanced Structural Engineering3
2.CVE 547Special Topics in Geotechnical Engineering3
3.CVE 557Water Resources Engineering II3
4.CVE 567Environmental Engineering III3
5..                             CVE577Highway and Transportation Engineering III3


500 Level Courses

Second Semester


S/No.Course CodeCourse TitleCredits
1.CVE 522Construction management II3
2.CVE 532Dynamics and stability of structure3
3.CVE 542Geotechnical Engineering II3
4.CVE 552Water Resources Engineering I3
5.CVE 582-Structural Engineering Design II

-Geotechnical Engineering          Laboratory II

-Highway & Transportation Engineering Laboratory II

-Environmental Engineering Laboratory II

6.CVE 5XXElective3
7.CVE 599Final Year Project3





                    Course TitleCredit
1CVE 538Bridge Design3
2CVE 548Special Topics in Geotechnical Engineering II3
3CVE 558Water Resources Engineering III3
4CVE 568Environmental Engineering IV3
5CVE 578Urban Transportation Problems3









S/NOCourse CodeCourse TitleTotal CreditLectureTutorialLab/


1GSS 101Use of English22
2GSS 107Nigerian People and Culture22
3.GSS 105Humanities    22
GSS 109Basic Igbo Studies11
4MAT 101Mathematics I321
5PHY 101Physics I321
6PHY 101Basic Organic Chemistry211
7PHY 107Physics Lab I13
8ICH 103Basic Inorganic Chemistry211
9FEG 101Engineering Maths I321
10FEG 109Industrial Visits 10000
11BUS 101Introduction to Business22
TOTAL 221653(1)




S/NOCourse CodeCourse TitleTotal CreditLectureTutorialLab/


12 GSS 103Introduction to Philosophy and Logic22
13GSS 102Nigerian People and Culture22
14MAT 102Mathematics II321
15PHY 102Physics II321
16PHY 102Basic Physical Chemistry211
17PHY 108Physics Lab II13
18ICH 171Practical Chemistry211
19EEE 101Circult Theory211
20FEG 102Engineering Mathematics II321
21FEG100 BIndustrial Visits II000



S/NOCourse CodeCourse TitleTotal CreditLectureTutorialLab/


1FEG 404Engineering Mathematics IV2110


2CVE 401Civil Engineering Analysis and Computation3203
3CVE 423Engineering Contracts and Specifications2110
4CVE 433Theory of Structures II3203
5CVE 442Soil Engineering3210
6CVE 452Engineering Hydrology and Hydraulics3203
7CVE 453Sanitary Engineering3210
8CVE 462Highway and Transportation 2200



S/NCourse CodeCourse TitleTotal CreditLectureTutorialLab/


11 *GSS 103Introduction to Philosophy and Logic22
12MAT 202Mathematics IV321
13CSE 202Computer Programming I213
14CVE 212Applied Mechanics I (Statics)211
15EEE 202Applied Electricity321
16CVE 213Material Science321
17MEC 212Engineering Drawing II213
18MEC 242Fluid Mechanics II211
19MEC 280Workshop Practice II213
20MEC 282
21BUS 202Principles of Management22
TOTAL (25)*(17)*59


 Only for direct Entry Students



S/NOCourse CodeCourse TitleTotal CreditLectureTutorialLab/


9SVI 382Engineering Surveying II3111
10CVE 340Engineering Geology II3203
11CVE 322Construction Planning2111
12CVE 323Concrete Technology3203
13CVE 332Design of R. C. Structures3210
14CVE 341Soil Mechanics3203
15CVE 331Theory of Structures I3210
16CVE 333Structural Detailing 2201













S/NOCourse CodeCourse TitleTotal CreditLectureTutorialLab/


1GSS 301Entrepreneurial Studies   11
2FEG 303Engineering Mathematics III321
3ARC 331Elements of Architecture3113
4SVI 381Engineering Surveying I3203
5GLS 317Engineering Geology I3210
6CVE 321Civil Engineering Materials3203
7CVE 314Strength of Materials II3210
8CVE 351Fluid Mechanics 3210




S/NOCourse CodeCourse TitleTotal CreditLectureTutorialLab/


1CVE 501Civil Engineering Lab/Design300
2CVE 524Construction Management I321
3CVE 534Dynamics/Stability of Structures321
4CVE 535Design of Timber Structures3
5CVE 543Geotechnical Engineering I221
6CVE 554Water Treatment & Supply221
7CVE 563Urban Transportation Problems321
8CVE 556Highway & Transportation Engineering II321
9CVE 5XXCivil Engineering Electives31
10CVE 599Project 3
Total 2486
Options/Elective Areas
CVE 565Highway and Transportation Engineering321
CVE 556Applied Hydraulics321




S/NOCourse CodeCourse TitleTotal CreditLectureTutorialLab/


1 GSS 107Nigerian People and 


2MAT 203Mathematics III321
3ICH 231General Physical Chemistry211
4CSE 201Computer Programming I213
5CVE 211Applied Mechanics I (Statics)211
6EEE 201Applied Electricity321
7MME 250Material Science321
8MEC 211Engineering Drawing I213
9MEC 251Fluid Mechanics I211
10MEC 281Workshop Practice I213




S/NOCourse CodeCourse TitleTotal CreditLectureTutorialLab/


1CVE 501Civil Engineering Lab/Design3003
2CVE 525Construction Management II3210
3CVE 536Design of Timber Structures2110
4CVE 544Geotechnical Engineering I3210
5CVE 555Water Resources Engineering3210
6CVE 564Geotechnical Engineering II3210
7CVE 5XXCivil Engineering Electives3210
8CVE 599Project 312
Options/Elective Area
10CVE 537Advanced Structural Engineering321
11CVE 547Special Topics in Geotechnical Engineering II321
12CVE 557Water Resources Engineering II321
13CVE 567Environmental Engineering II321
14CVE 577Highway and Transportation32
                    TOTAL23   1429

23.0 COURSE DESCRIPTION: The following are the course descriptions and contents:



Fundamental principles and permissible operations with forces acting on rigid body. Elements of vectors. Moment of a force about a point and about an axis. Varignon’s theorem. Reduction of two and three dimensional force systems. Equilibrium in two and three dimensions and its application in the determination in the determination of reactions at the constaints of determinate structure (beams, frames, and arches). Graphical statics and its application in solving problems involving coplanar forces. Methods of joint, section, Maxwell- Cremona and Culma in solving plane trusses. Centre of gravity: graphical and analytical solutions. Friction and related static problem. 



 Subject matter of strength of materials. Fundamental hypothesis in strength of materials, External and internal forces, stresses, displacement and deformation, Hook’s law and the principle of superposition.  General principle of structural analysis. Tension and compression. Internal forces and stresses on the cross section of a rod in tension and compression, elongations of bar and hook’s law, potential Energy of strain, statically determinate and statically indeterminate systems. States of stress–strain in tension and compression. 

Torsion : Pure shear and its characteristics, Torsion of a rod of circular cross section, Torsion of rod of Non-Circular cross section. Geometrical characteristics of cross-section of a rod. Static Moments of a section, moments of inertia of a section and principal axes and principal moments of inertia.

Bending: stresses in a rod under pure bending, stresses in transverse bending, oblique bending, eccentric tension and compression and stability of columns.



Coordinate systems and position vectors. Kinematics of a particle in plane motion in different co-ordinates. Displacement, velocity, acceration of particle. Kinetics of a particle in plane motion, Newton`s laws. Types of force. Systems of particles. Centre of mass. Simple harmonic motion.

Impulse and momentum; kinematics of a rigid body in plane motion. Types of motion.  Relative motion between two points on rigid body. Velocity diagrams.  Instantaneous center of ROTATION: Kinetics of a rigid body in plane motion.  Work and Energy for a system of particles. Kinetic energy of rigid body. Potential energy.  General energy principle. Virtual work. D’ Alambert’s Principle.



Further matrices: Directed graph and matrices. Application to engineering examples. Eigenvalues and eigenvectors, the characteristic equation, the cauley-hamilton theorem, kronecker product. Iterative solution of eigenvalues and vectors. Quadratic and hermitian forms triangles decomposition and it’s application. Matrix transformation, rotation of axes. Diagonalisation, model and spectral matrices.

Laplace Transforms: Transform of common functions, properties of some functions, shifting theirem, inverse transforms. Solution of differential equation and simultaneous equations. Periodic and heaiside unit step functions. Dirac delta impulse functions. Initial and final value theorems. Examples from electrical and mechanical systems. Loaded beams.

Fourier analysis: Definition and application of fourier series. Dirichlet conditions. Even and off functions. Half and quarter wave symmetry. Applications in civil, electrical and mechanical systems. Fourier transforms. Numerical harmonic analysis- twelve point analysis.  

Multiple Integral: Doubles and triple integral. Line integral, close curves, parametric equation. Greens theorem. Surface integral, in two and three dimensions, Volume integral. Change of variables, Jacobian transformation.


Numerical analysis: Numerical solution of equations- the Newton-Raphson interactive method. Numerical solution of differential equations; Euler method and the Runge-Kutta technique. Curve fitting.


Special Function: The gamma function-definition gamma function of negative values of x. The beta function, relation between gamma and beta functions. The error function. The elliptic function of the first and second kinds. Bessel function.





A studio course in standard symbols used in plan drawing materials, construction, plumbing and services, conventions, schedules, representation of scale and orientation, presentation of architectural drawings.


Emphasis will be laid on presentation and rendering techniques using different media and architectural modeling. Basic methods of building construction in wood, masonry, vapour control, interior finishings, stairs, fire places building trades and assembly processes.



Geology and its relationship and application to civil engineering. The internal structure of the earth. Methods of geologic investigation compared to those of engineering investigation.


Energy-fundamental concept and their relationship to geologic processes matter-related to the dynamics of the earth.


Minerals-structure, identification and physical properties of relevance to Civil engineering.


Discontinuities and deformation of the earth’s crust (faults, joints, folds and bedding planes) and their significance in civil engineering. Rocks-types, classification and their engineering characteristics.


Weathering, erosion and Mass wasting and their significance in engineering work and environmental degradation.


Geology and dam and reservoir site selection feasibility. Introductory stratigraphy and paleontology.

Site visit/field work with report form part of this course



Elastic Curve: The differential equation of the Elastic curve of a beam, displacements in Bending, General equation of the Elastic Curve of simple beams and cantilevers with arbitrary loadings. Methods of superposition, slopes and deflections method and three moments method (Clapeyron’s Method) in the analysis of the continuous indeterminate beams: Displacements in a beam under arbitrary loading: Potential Energy of a beam in the General case of loading, Castigliano’s theorem, Mohr’s Integral, Verischaging’s Method and Betti’s reciprocal theorem. Introduction to Theory of thin-walled structures with open profit. Vlasov’s differential equations of equilibrium boundary conditions and various methods of solution.



Properties of Construction materials:  Physical, Mechanical, Chemical, Properties.  Stones: Classification, quarrying Deterioration, Dressing Preservation, Test of Stone, Bricks: Mineral binders |Portland Cements.  Aggregates Tests. Timber Classification, Characteristics, Defects, seasoning, Preservation Test.

Metals: Pig Iron, Cast Iron, Wrought Iron, Steel and manufacture Metallurgy of Iron and Steel. Composition and grades of steel. Welding of metals. Plastics, Glass Bitumens and Tar based materials.




Introduction to planning in everyday life activities. Planning techniques. Job activities, Types of activities, Assessing the duration of activities.  Bar charts and linked bar charts. Network analysis Activity on and node notation Identification of activities, Logical relationship between activities, hob logic and restraints Events, time analysis (forward and backward pass).  Network diagrams, Isolation of Critical path, Floats and associated problems.

Construction materials, quantity variations, swell and shrinkage factor problems. Equipment fundamentals, Outputs and production. Soil stabilization methods, Types of compaction, specifications for compacting soils, Types of compaction equipment.  Tractors and related equipment. Lifting cranes, excavators. Transportation equipment vertical and horizontal. Visit to the plant yard of construction firms.



Rheology of fresh concrete, mechanical properties of hardened concrete; Non destructive testing methods and relationship between static and dynamic moduli.  Elasticity shrinkage and creep. Durability of concrete. Lightweight and high density concrete. Pressure against formwork, maturity of concrete. Mis Design.  Production and quality control, Transportation and placing of concrete. Hardening and curving basic requirements. Concreting equipment: Mechanisms and application.  Special cases of concreting. Different structural elements under various weather and climatic conditions prestressed concrete.


  1. CVE:  332 Theory of Structures I (3 Credits)

Subject matter of structural analysis.  Kinematics analysis of structure. Various methods of verifying geometrical. Instability of structures. Analysis of statically determinate structures including beams, frames, arches, trusses, three dimensional structures.  Influence lines and various method of their determination. Application of influence lines in analysis of determinate structures under the action of moving load. Slopes and deflections.


  1. CVE:  334: Design of Reinforced Concrete Structure (3 Credits)

Reinforced concrete as structural material, specification, concrete strength classes.  Various kinds of reinforcing bars. Characteristics. Application of R.C. in buildings (housing, administrative, industrial) electric power transmission poles, tanks and others.  Administrative Building. Constructional concept. Construction members-particularities of design. Industrial building. Most frequently used schemes: (Different kind of frames) crane girders, particularities of design.


  1. CVE: 336: – Structural Detailing (2 Credit)

Basic principle involved in detailing Engineering designs.  Requirements of current codes of practice. Preparation of drawing and handling schedules.


  1. CVE 342: Geology for Engineers (2 Credit)

Historical geology and stratigraphy (the age of the earth, geology aged); Geology time scale, measuring geological time; Fossil records (Key to the past, the records left on rocks by fossils); Importance of fossils, type of fossil unconformities

Introduction to the Geology of Nigeria: The basement complex: The cretaceous and younger sedimentary rocks; Major soil types and their distribution

Mineral Resources of the earth: Definition and physical properties of minerals; Mineral types: Fossil fuels, organic minerals resources of Nigeria with particular emphasis on discussion on petroleum as to it origin, physical state of the hydrocarbons, migration, accumulation and exploitation; Minerals in the economy of Nigeria.


  1. CVE: 344: Soil Mechanics (3 Credits)

Particulate nature of soils, basic definitions and terminology.  Types of forces; cauchy stress principle. The Bousinesq problems in soil mechanics; stresses under uniformly loaded rectangular area: settlement of elastic soil masses.  Flow through capillary tubes, surface tension, capillary, tubes, capillary rise, radius of meniscus, Darcy’s law; Boundary value problems with flow nets; pore water pressure, Terzaghi’s effective stress principle; pore pressure parameters. Concepts of compressibility and consolidation; Time rate of settlement, total settlement computations.  Earth slopes. Critical height of banks, effect of pore pressures


  1. CVE 351: Fluid Mechanics (3 Credits)

Fluid measurement; measurement of viscosity Turbomachinery; pumps and Turbines, Steady closed-conduit flow, steady flow in open channels.  Unsteady flow: Laboratory work on fluid Mechanics.


  1. SVG: 371: Engineering Surveying I (3 Credits)

Introduction to geodesy; Definitions; Basic principles, types of surveys. Theory of measurements and errors: types of measurements made in surveying, units of measurements; sources of errors, types of errors, minimizing errors. The mean. Surveying instruments and their adjustments: The theodolite level and compass: Principles, construction and application. Chain surveying: Types of chain, basic figures in chain surveying. Corrections to applied measured length: Standardization, slope, temperature, tension, slag, mean sea level etc. Electromagnetic distance measurements: principle, tension, slag, mean sea level etc. Electromagnetic distance measurements: principles, types, corrections to measured distances. Traversing: Compass and theodolite, angles and bearings, azimuths, measurements of distances, using chains and their corrections, computations of traverses, adjustment of traverses.

Leveling: Ordinary and trigonometric introduction to precise leveling.

Tacheometry: Principles, tachometers, analytic lens, subtense bar, range-finder, etc, self-reduction tachometers. Hydrographic surveys: shore line surveys, tide gages and connection to National datum. The sextant, current measurements, Hydrostatic leveling.


  1. SVI: 372: Engineering Surveying II (3 Credits)

Sections: definition; principles, longitudinal and cross sections.

Contours: Definitions, properties, direct and indirect methods of locating contours.

Areas: Methods of measuring area, division into irregular geometrical figures, trapezoidal and simpsons rules; co-ordinates methods, the planimeter:

Volume: Methods of measurements, types of cross-section and areas, prismoidal formula, grid method, contour-area method, constructional surveys: General principles of setting out building, sewers, drains, roads, railways. Horizontal and vertical curves: Degree of curve, derivation of formulae, setting out, intersection of circular curve and a straight line, compound and reverse curves.

Equal tangent and unequal tangent curves, high or low points on vertical curves, sight distances. Photogrammetry: Principles of aerial surveying; types of photographs; scale, relief displacement on photographs. Field astronomy, introduction, definitions, co-ordinate systems, determination of azimuth. Theory of least squares: Definition, application to leveling.


  1. CVE 381: Laboratory Practice I (2 Credits)

Engineering Surveying:

Adjustment and use of surveying equipment.

Transversing and leveling for contour maps and profiles. Chain surveying of small areas and production of the surveying plan.

Concrete Materials Laboratory:

Preparation of concrete of different mix ratios and conducting tests on fresh concrete (slump test, compacting, factor test, etc). Compressive strength test, etc on hardened concrete cubes


Strength of Materials Laboratory:

Introduction of strength of materials equipment: destructive and non-destructive machines including universal testing machine and its component parts, beam-column (frame) stability testing machine; Rebound hammer; ultra-violet method of non-destructive machine.


Fluid Mechanics Laboratory

Not less than 5 experiments based on CVE 351.


  1. CVE 382: Laboratory Practice II (2 Credits)

Surveying Practicals

Field work for the survey and design of a selected road including setting out curves, measurements on aerial photographs using stereoscopes and parallax bar, azimuth from solar observations. Setting of foundation layout for a building in a virgin area.


  1. FEG 404: Engineering Mathematics IV (2 Credits)

Pre-requisite-FEG- 303

Vector Analysis: Revision of scalar and vector quantities, vector functions of one variable. The Del operator. Line, surface and volume integral. Strokes and Green Theorems, Gauss Theorem. Oblique co-ordinates, tenor, Covariant differentiation.

Calculus of Variations: Extreme of functions of several variable Lagrange’s multipliers. Properties of the characteristics values of (A – B) x = 0. The Euler equation for b f (x,y,y odx). Variations. The extreme of integral under constraints. The strum-Liouville problems. The Hamitons principles and lagrange equation.

Partial differential equations: derivation of equations. D’ Alembert solution of the wave equation. Separation of variable. The heat conduction equation. Lapace’s equation. Use of Fourier series in the fitting boundary conditions.


Further Numerical Analysis: Finite difference method of solving partial differential equations. Interpolation formulae. Numerical differentiation and integration, Iterative method of solving linear systems-Jacobi, gauss-Seidal and Relaxation techniques.


Power Series of Differential equations: higher differential coefficients, Leibnitz theorem, Leibnitz-maclaurin method, Froobenius method, Series of compled terms-talors and Laurents expansion. Legendre polynomials.


Complex Variables: Functions and derivatives of complex variable. Cauchy-Rieman equations, analysis functions. Singular points. Residue theorem. Conformal mapping, the bi linear transformation. Contour integration and application Schwarz-Christoffel transformation.


Optimization Techniques: Classical optimization techniques, linear and non-linear programming, dynamic programming, Network analysis and critical path analysis.


  1. CVE 411: Technical Reports (1 Credit)

Oral communication: Public speaking skills with effective use of visual aids and statistical and technical information. Principles of effective communication in interpersonal and mass communication process.

Effective reading skills – extracting main ideas and reading for specific information through speed reading

Written communication: principles of technical writing. Project report


  1. CVE: 421: Engineering Contracts and Specifications (2 CREDITS)

Business and professional relations in Engineering. Elements of Business Law. The Law of contracts. Professional relations in Engineering. The Law in Engineering relations. Subcontracting Laws, Labour Laws, Women’s compensation’s acts, Equal Employment opportunity laws, minimum wage and hour laws in labour relations. Contract documents, specifications, conflicts between crawing and specifications, principles of specification writing, content of the specification. Principles of specification writing, Addenda to specifications, Standard and master specifications. Risk allocation and liability sharing, claims, Dispute and arbitration. Presentation of Engineering evidence.


  1. CVE: 431: Theory of Structures II (3 Credits)

Analysis of statically indeterminate structures including continuous beams, rigid frames, arches, and trusses. Force and deformation method. Elastic curve, sue of symmetry. Effects of temperature changes and movement of supports. Influence lines and their application in moving load analysis. Moment distribution.


  1. CVE 443: Design of Timber Structures (2 Credits)

Classification of structural timber. Structural properties of natural wood. Glued, laminated timber and plywood; fire resistance, seasoning and preservation members in tension, compression and bending economic design of beams, columns and diaphragms, compound structural members. Design of timber connectors; application of timber in buildings, electric poles, bridges, forms and framework for concrete.


  1. CVE 441: Soil Mechanics (2 Credits)

Soil structures; Mineralogy of soils Compaction and soil stabilization

  • Compaction: introduction, benefits of compaction, factors methods of compaction, modified proctor (or modified AASHTO or British Standard heavy compaction) and West African Standard compaction tests; moisture content and dry density relationship; field compaction equipment.
  • Stabilization: objectives of soil stabilization, mechanical stabilization, cement stabilization, lime stabilization, bitumen and other forms of stabilization methods of evaluation effectiveness of stabilization of soils.


Stresses in soils: introduction, effective stress concept, stresses in partially saturated soils, stresses in saturated soils (without seepage, with either upward or downward seepage), effective stress changes due to changes in groundwater table; seepage force, mechanics of piping, heaving and boiling on soils, moduli of elasticity, Poisson’s ratio, introduction to stress distribution in layered system from Boussinesq’s theory and Westergaard’s theory.


Site investigation, objectives of site investigation, case for site investigation, visual inspection and subsurface exploration, methods of sampling, field tests, soil types, soil profiles and laboratory identification tests, soil surveys.


  1. CVE 451: Engineering Hydrology (2 Credits)

Introduction and applications of hydrology in engineering; the hydrologic cycle and hydrometerology.

Precipitation, infiltration, evaporation, evapotranspiration, groundwater, surface run-off, floods and droughts; presentation and analysis of rainfall data, intensity frequency-duration curves; runoff characteristics; flow-duration curoes, flow process curves. Physical and statistical analysis related to hydrograph, factors affecting flood hydrologic processes. 

Hydrograph analysis – components of a hydrograph, factors affective flood hydrographys, unit hydrography (uses and limitations), instantaneous unit hydrographs.

Flood routing techniques; introduction, basic equations and solution e.g. Muskingum; reservoir and river routing; Hydrologic forecasting.

Introduction to groundwater, types, hydraulics, aquifer analysis and groundwater development, Equations governing flows in aquifer (exact and approximate solutions).


  1. CVE 453: Hydraulics (2 Credits)

Simulation of complex flow fields using sources, sinks uniform flows and doublets and combination of vortices. Review of laminar and turbulent flows.

Dimensional analysis and similitude, hydraulic models and modeling techniques. Pipe network analysis.

Steady and unsteady flows in pipes with special emphasis on water hammer and the use of surge tanks.

Steady and unsteady flows in open channel, types of flows, most economical section, hydraulic jump.


  1. CVE 461: Environmental Engineering I (2 Credits)

Introduction: definition, scope and subdivisions of environmental engineering.

Water supply: sources of water, uses of water, water quality for various uses, demand analysis and projections, importance of small water-works, economical and safe water supply, principles of water treatment for potable uses.

Wastewater: source of wastewater (domestic, industrial agricultural, etc).

Air pollution: sources, types and effect of air pollutions, analysis of particulate and gaseous pollutants by classical and instrumental methods.

Noise and noise control

Design of physical, chemical, biological processes for water and wastewater treatment.

Design of storm and sanitary sewer systems.

Individual waster disposal systems including aqua privies and pit lateness.


  1. CVE 471: Highway & Transportation Engineering I (2 Credits)

Introduction: Transportation/Highway Engineering as an option in Civil Engineering, its place in the development of our nation. Advantages and disadvantages. Policies. Scope and means of realization. History of road development

Elementary Traffic Engineering: Transportation modes history of development and operational characteristics. Analysis of factors in developing transportation facilities. Traffic estimates and assignments. Planning modes. Flow speed and concentration.


Highway Design: Design standards. Level of service, factors and elements in highway design. Highway classification capacity design controls characteristic-vehicle, driver pedestrian and roadway. Design and operational facilities design speed, Highway speeds, methods of speed data collector, running and journey speeds, traffic survey; and road capacity, O& D Studies design volume ADT, DHV, speed survey, Traffic composition, design year, traffic prediction components, future traffic (normal traffic growth, generated traffic, development traffic) geometric design curves, horizontal and vertical alignments; cross-sectional elements (lanes, central reservation, shoulders, camber or crown of carriageway, side slopes. Guard rails, curbs and gutters, drainage ditches, right of way (r/w). Design elements such as age stopping distance, sight distances (Stopping, passing breaking distance, frequency or overtaking, General controls for proper combination of vertical and horizontal curves.

Highway Project: Highway location surveys, reconnaissance preliminary and final surveys. Horizontal simple and compound curves. Progressive/Transition curves. Longitudinal profile (vertical alignment) crown fixture, vertical curves and calculation of convex and concave curves. Transversal profile, super elevation and its attainment, superelvation for successive curves. Widening of circular curves. Visibility of intersections. At the end of (4) students are given highway projects design to undertake.

Introduction to volument computation.

Intersections and interchanges:- Intersections at grade, types (uncontrolled, priority intersection, space sharing, time sharing) grade separated intersections (interchanges), channelization, design of intersections (traffic signals, requirements, types saturation (s), signals settings.

Traffic/Highway operation and management. Introduction, characteristics of traffic flow, capacity surveys and traffic planning. Traffic control devices for land, air and water transportation, pavement working, signs and signals, Road safety and environmental influences. Accidents and their control.

Highway administration, systems, organizational structure, national, local organization, functional characteristics and classification.

Highway financing and road taxes. Cost-benefit analysis. Sources of revenue for road expenditures.

Review of soil mechanism: – Stress behaviour of soils. Shear strength of soil failure. Consolidations theory of settlement. Permeability of soils. Earth retaining structures. Bearing capacities of soil. Foundation problems related to highway and airfields. Soil investigation and site exploration.

Organization of highway construction projects. Factors affecting plant selection, Excavation problems. Volume computation. Mass haul diagram of methods of stabilization. Compaction and consolidation.

Introduction to production and application of aggregates payments. Problems with lateride soils. Quality control of soil.


  1. CVE 481: Laboratory Practice (2 Credits)

Soil Mechanics Laboratory

Index properties: specific gravity test on fine and coarse particles, particle size analysis (dry and wet methods), hydrometer analysis; Atterberg limits: liquid limit, plastic limit, plasticity index, liquidity index and linear shrinkage; compaction.

Laboratory method using British standard light and heavy compaction, West African standard compaction, standard and modified AASHTO or Proctor compaction.

Hydraulics and Hydrology Laboratory

Flow through notches and weirs, orifices, Measurement of flows in open channel using laboratory models, Use of surge chambers

Measurement of precipitation.


Environmental Engineering Laboratory

Determination of water quality parameters including Ph, clour turbidity, temperature, nitrate, nitrogen, nitrite, phosphate, sulphate, chloride, total solids, total dissolved solids, total suspended solids, BOD, COD, plate count, most probable number (MPN – multiple technique), etc.


  1. CVE: 521: Construction Management I (3 Credits)

Company organization over view of construction/fitting Industry. Review of planning techniques in construction Activity sampling procedures, Motivation theories and incentive schemes. Bonus schemes and its calculation. Setting or target rates. Cost systems and control. Allocation of costs material; labour and equipment inputs at various accounting and estimating. Preliminary and final estimates, Management inputs at various project stages. Construction practices. Measurement of work quantities Examples. Systematic plant selection, setting of hire rates of plants – examples, Engineering economy, Time value of money, cost of money and interest rates. Returns of investment and various aspects of costs. Principles of comparism of alternative investments.


  1. CVE: 522: Construction Management II (3 Credits)

Pre-construction operations, insurance of building documents, opening, acceptance and documentation of bids, instruction of bidders, irregularities in the preparation and submission of bids, analysis and comparison of bids, unbalanced bids, awarding of contracts, suggestion for low bids, introduction of bidders, irregularities in the preparation and submission of bids, analysis and comparison of bids, unbalanced bids, awarding of contracts, suggestion for obtaining lower bids, introduction of value engineering, measurements and payments, of contract, construction material quality control and change orders, construction records and reports, meetings and negotiations, construction safety. Responsibilities and rights of the contractor, responsibilities of the engineer, (RPR) Registration of Professional Engineers, architects, surveyors and builders. Litigation arising from supervision of construction contracts.


  1. CVE 531: Theory of Structures III (2 Credits)

Elements of variation calculus; Elementary application in engineering and direct variational principles.

Introduction to beam on elastic foundation

Introduction to finite element methods

Plastic and matrix methods of structural analysis, applications in solving problems on complex frames and trusses. Stiffness matrix for plates and cylindrical shells.

Introduction to the analysis of arch, shell, cylindrical roofs, folded plates and hyperbolic paraboloids: analysis of frame and plate instability.


  1. CVE 532: Dynamics and Stability of Structures (3 Credits)


Fundamental assumptions and definitions in structural dynamics. Classifications of dynamic systems and their associated models. SDOF systems: Damped and undamped self excited vibrations: critical damping. Forced vibrations of SDOF systems.

FDOF systems: Discretization of continuous dynamic; self excited and forced vibrations of beams, columns and frames as FDOF systems. Natural model frequencies of forced vibrations; Resonant phenomenon in FDOF systems. Flexibility and stiffness matrices of discrete dynamic systems. Determination of support reactions and internal forces, normal forces, shear force and bending moment diagrams of beams, columns and frames subjected to dynamic loadings. Introduction to IDOF systems. 



The fundamental concept of stability of structures. Basic different equation of equilibrium of axially compressed bar using direct equilibrium principle and energy approach. Euler’s critical loads for axially compressed slender members; effects of and conditions on the critical load. Critical loads of member with low slenderness ratio. Application of direct variational  method in critical load evaluation. Stability of frames and arches; application of initial parameter (value) method in evaluating stability matrix of columns and frames.


  1. CVE 533: Design of Steel Structures (3 Credits)

The steel as structural material. Various kinds of structural steel, their properties and admissible stresses. application of steel in buildings, electric power transmission towers, communication towers, tanks, etc. specification. 

Floor structures: MAIN and secondary beams, columns typical joints details. Design of members and connections.

Particularities of design.

Industrial buildings:

General concept. Main subsystems, main girders, crane girders, bracing roof and walls. Plate girder, roof truss, column details and design procedure.


  1. CVE: 537: Advanced Structural Analysis (3 Credits)

Plastic analysis of determinate and indeterminate framed structures. Analysis and design of network of interacting primary and secondary beams as an alternatives in large span constructions. Introduction to theory of plates. Analysis and design of rectangular and circular plates. Introduction to moment and non-moment theory of rotational shells- application in analysis and design of domes and cylindrical reservoirs.


  1. CVE: 538: Bridge Design (3 Credits)

Various kind of bridges in respect of material, purpose, system. Main elements of the superstructure. Load and design specification.


Reinforced Concrete Highway Beam bridges typical cross sections, pavements, sidewalks, water education systems. Main girders cast in situ and precast main girders. Calculation of slab, floor beams, main girders.


Steel High Way Beam Bridges: 

Typical cross-section, pavements, sidewalks, R.C. slab cast in- situ precast. Continuous beams with big spans. Orthotropic plates. Particularities of calculation.

Steel railway beam bridges:

Typical cross-section. Various kinds of bearings. Abutments and piers.


  1. CVE: 541: Geotechnical Engineering I (3 Credits)

Review of site investigation. Project-oriented treatment of subsurface explorations application to highways and airport pavements, bridges and dam sites.

Stress distribution in soils: Boussinesq’s theory and Westergaard’s theory for various load configuration, New marks charts, methods of stress distribution, displacement from elastic theory; the 2:1 methods of stress distribution.

Consolidation theory and settlement analysis: one dimensional consolidation, theory, the oedometer tests, determination of coefficient of consolidation, Cv, pre-consolidation pressure, normally and over- consolidate clays; analysis of total and time rate of settlement structures on soils (in mediate-elastic, primary settlement and secondary compression; and drains).

Shear strength of soils: General strength consideration, state of stress at a point and Mohr stress circle, Mohr Coulomb theory of failure, shear strength tests (direct shear test triaxial test, unconfined compression strength test, vane shear test), shear strength of consolidated clays, shear strength of saturated clays, shear strength of soils, residual shear strength parameters, pore pressure coefficients A and B.


  1. CVE: 544: Geotechnical Engineering II (3 Credits)

Bearing capacity of soils: ultimate, safe and allowable bearing capacities, theories of bearing capacities, bearing capacity factors, case of shallow and deep foundations, factors of safety, shape effect, footings under eccentric and inclined loads, effect of water table on bearing capacity, bearing capacity from load and penetration tests.

  Foundation design: types and choice of foundations.

  • Shallow foundations; footings, rafts, design procedures.
  • Deep foundations; piles, use and general characteristics of piles, piles in sand, pipe in clay, negative skin friction, pile group, bearing capacity and settlement of pile groups, efficiency of pile groups; caissons, types, loads on caissons, merit and demerits of different caissons, analysis and design of caissons.
  • Special foundations.

Earth pressure on retaining structures: lateral earth pressure theory (that is, active, passive and at rest pressures), earth pressure coefficients, computation of earth pressures using Rankine’s and Coulomb’s theories, Culmann’s graphical method, earth pressure on retaining structures, earth retaining structures: types and analysis of retaining walls; use of bracings as lateral support in open cuts: sheet piles and anchored bulkheads, fixed-earth and free-earth support methods of analysis, pressure distribution of sheetings, struts and walls; slurry trenches.

Slope stability: types and mechanics of scope failures, theoretical and graphical solutions of scope stability problems, effect of tension cracks on scope stability, ordinary methods of slices.


  1. CVE 547: Special Topics in Geotechnical Engineering I (3 Credits)

Chemical composition of soil particles; common elements of the earth’s crust, atomic and molecular bonds, electrical and valence bonds, hydrogen bond, van der Waal’s forces.

Clay mineralogy: types of clay minerals, and their fundamental structure study of clay water systems, identification of clay minerals using XRD, DTA, CEC and Plasticity chart methods; brief discussion of diffuse.

Double layer theory

General aspects of stress – strain behavior drained and undrained stress – strain behavior, stress path method: Description and application to settlement computation, shear strength and stability. Unsaturated soil mechanics, negative pore pressure, stress – state variables, shear strength.

Properties of tropical and residual soils including late rites and lateritic soil, black cotton soils, soft clay shales, organic clays, dune sands, etc.


  1. CVE 548: Special Topics in Geotechnical Engineering II (3 Credits)

Special foundation – foundations subjected to vibrations (foundation for machinery, earthquake problems and field investigations); foundations on reclaimed areas and sanitary land fill sites.

Construction of dams, tunnels, erosion and flood control works. 

Shoreline Engineering, offshore structures

Vertical sand drains, surcharging and stage construction.

Use of geotextiles in engineering construction; properties and design criteria

Ground improvement techniques.


  1. CVE: 552: Water Resources Engineering I (3 Credits)

Planning and management of water resources projects, river basins and watersheds.

Ground water resources. Surface water development. Irrigation resources, irrigation principles and practice.


  1. CVE 557: Water Resources Engineering II (3 Credits)

Introduction to the hydraulics of pipes and sewers, non-uniform flow: computation of Drawdown and backwater curves; engineering concepts for design of water distribution system. Network analysis and related problems; determining the most economical reservoirs and service storage; pumps; head, efficiency; power requirements and selection.


  1. CVE 558: Water Resources Engineering III (3 Credits)

Introduction: Importance of ground water, world water balance, groundwater in the hydrologic cycle, aquifer functions.

Principles of ground water movement; ground water head or potential Darcy’s la, hydraulic conductivity determination, porosity and void ratio, storage deficient, specific yield, transmissivity, hydraulic diffusivity, compressibility and effective stress, specific storage, heterogeneity and anisotropy in aquifers.

Ground water flow equations: steady state equations, continuity equation, Laplace equation, transient flow equation, boundary conditions, application of study state equations, unsteady radial flow equation, their solutions.

Well functions, type, curve, pumping test analysis, recovery test, well loss evacuation and well efficiency.

Principles of well design, construction, operation and maintenance, development of wells.

Boreholes; construction and maintenance.


  1. CVE 561 Environmental Engineering II (2 Credits)

Water and waste water quality (physical, chemical, biological and radiological)

Water supply and design of unit operations

Water distribution design methods

Waste water treatment design: waste stabilization ponds, activated sludge tricking filters, oxidation ditches.

Introduction to environmental impact assessment.


  1. CVE 567: Environmental Engineering III (3 Credits)

Air pollution: engineering aspects of air pollution, control and monitoring; air pollutants; characteristics, sources and effect (primary and secondary); dispersion of pollutants in the atmosphere, lapse rate, types of plumes, dispersion models and equations, design of air pollution control systems.

Water pollution: types of water pollution, viz, point sources and non-point sources, effects of pollutants on water, control and management of water pollution.

Solid waste management: classification, quantity and composition of solid waste; disposal methods: recycling/reuse, incineration, sanitary landfill, leachate control.

Noise pollution: definition, characteristics of noise, measurement of noise levels, Nosie abatement and control; FEPA regulations


  1. CVE 568: Environmental Engineering IV (3 Credits)

Wastewater: source, characteristics, treatment methods of wastewater from domestic, industrial and agricultural sources; Hazardous wastewater treatment, Wastewater reuse and recycling.


  1. CVE 571: Highway and Transportation Engineering II   (2 Credits)

Introduction to pavements. Design and maintenance of pavements.

Highway drainage and drainage structures, culvert design and construction of channels, open ditches. Drainage requirements. Pavement of erosion and silting of side ditches. Protection of verges, side slopes, embankments against failures and erosion.


    1. Volume computation and mass haul diagram.
    2. Pavement design and maintenance.
    3. Drainage structural design.

Highway and environmental pollution-causes and prevention.


  1. CVE: 577: Highway and Transportation Engineering III (3 Credits)

Transportation in developing countries: Introduction and characteristics of developing countries: availability of resources, relation between transportation/development: Transportation problems (or rural, inter-urban and urban area transportation, agric, and industry, fast urbanization and resulting urban forms, transportation and equity, roles of non motorized transport).

Planning and modeling- institution and agencies, conventional and simple modeling and associated data requirement monitoring of performance. Project evaluation, identification, evaluation technique, distribution and rural road project. Choice of technique, issues in transportation policies tech. Dependence, adoption to local conditions, intermediate tech, labour intensive road construction, unconventional public transport.

Introduction to railroad design, construction and management.

Introduction to air transport and controls.

Introduction to water transportation, river and coastal engineering. River development channel regulation dredging, diking, waterways design of canals, locks and dams. Wind, wave, tides and currents beds load controls. Design of breakwaters and jetties, seawalls, spores and requirements, Bulkheads, grosing pitting riverbank and coastal erosion control. Flood control.

Pavement design. Principles, elements and methods of design.


  1. CVE: 578: Urban Transportation Problems (3 Credits)

 Prerequisite CVE 471.

Introduction to urban transportation problems. It’s roots, manifestation.

Theories of urban development. Growth and character of towns.

Urban transportation demand studies land use problems, transportation facilities, parking problems, community and environmental considerations.

Urban transportation planning-data collecting, travel surveys (origin and destination) data processing, storage and retrieval.

Introduction to trip generation and attraction, trip distribution, good movement, modal split (choice) and traffic route assignment. Travel/Transport models simulations and problems associated with it.

Traffic management, delay studies, traffic signals and other controls, signs and lane markings.

Intersections and interchanges one-way steer systems. Restriction on turn movement.

Traffic and pedestrian consideration in urban areas.

Accidents studies, environmental safety.

Parking and parking problems.


  1. CVE 501: Laboratory/Design Project I (3 Credits)

Structural Engineering Design I

Students pick up specific topic in the practical design of concrete structures such as culverts, pedestrian bridges, multi storey office blocks or residential buildings, shopping malls.

Geotechnical Engineering Laboratory I

Laboratory and field tests on soils including, California bearing ratio test, direct shear test, triaxial test, vane shear test, unconfined compression strength test, constant – head and falling permeability tests on soils.


Highway and Transportation Engineering Laboratory I

Traffic volume count, with special emphasis on: classified volume count, turning movement at intersections: origin and destination survey, delay studies, traffic flow analysis


Water Resources Engineering Laboratory I

Use of Francis and Pelton turbines.


Environmental Engineering Laboratory I

Microscopy and microbiology – use of the miscroscope, plate count test, Most Probable Number of bacteria (MPN – Multiple Tube Technique)


  1. CVE 502: Laboratory/Design Project II (3 Credits)

Structural Engineering Design II

Students pick up topics in the practical design of (1) Steel structures including single – and double – bay warehouses, telecommunication and power supply masts, space – truss roofs, tubular structures; (2) Structural foundations.


Geotechnical Engineering Laboratory II

Consolidation tests on natural and compacted soils.

Swell tests, swelling pressure tests, free swell tests.

Highway and Transportation Engineering Laboratory II

Laboratory tests on stabilized soils, including, Atterberg limits, compaction CBR, unconfined compressive strength tests.

Institu density tests, field moisture content determination

Marshal stability tests, tests on bitumen. 


Environmental Engineering Laboratory II


25.0: Personal Data for staff are shown below:

25.1: Academic Staff in the Department


S/NoNAME OF STAFFRANKStatusQualification
1Engr. Prof. Nwaiwu, Charles Malachy OkechukwuProfessorF/TBsc, M.Sc,Ph.D, MNSE,  Reg Engr. COREN
2Engr. Prof. Aginam, Chukwurah HenryProfessorF/TBsc, M.Eng, Ph.D, FNSE, MNIStru.E. Reg Engr. COREN
3Engr. Prof. Ekenta, Obi EmmanuelProfessor F/TBsc, M.Eng, Ph.D, MNSE, MNI Struct. E; Reg Engr. COREN
4Engr. Prof. (Mrs) Nwaiwu, Nkeiruka Enyinnaya Professor F/TBsc, M.Eng, Ph.D, Reg Engr. COREN
5Engr. Dr.  Chidolue, Chinenye AlfredReaderF/TBsc, M.Sc, Ph.D, MNSE,  Reg Engr. COREN
6Engr. Dr. Ezeagu Akaolisa CelestineReaderF/TBsc, M.Eng, Ph.D, MNSE, MNI Struct. E; Reg Engr. COREN
7Engr. Dr. Adinna, Boniface OkaforSenior LecturerF/TBsc, M.Eng,  Ph.D, MNSE, Reg Engr. COREN
8Engr. Dr. Onodagu, Peter DinwokeSenior LecturerF/TBsc, M.Eng, Ph.D, MNSE, Reg Engr. COREN
9Engr. Dr. Okonkwo, Odinaka Victor    Senior LecturerF/TBsc, M.Eng, Ph.D, MNSE, 

E; Reg Engr. COREN

10Engr. Dr. Iyeke Solomon DibiamakaAdjunct LecturerP/TBEng, M.Eng, Ph.D, MNSE,  Reg Engr. COREN
11Engr. Ezenwamma, Anthony AmaraLecturer IF/TBsc, M.Eng, MNSE, Reg Engr. COREN
12Engr. Nwajuaku, Afamefuna IfeanyiLecturer IF/TBsc, M.Eng,  MNSE, Reg Engr. COREN
13Engr. (Mrs) Nwajuaku, Ijeoma Immaculata Lecturer IF/TBsc, M.Eng,  MNSE, Reg Engr. COREN
14Engr. Nwakaire, Madu ChidozieLecturer IF/TBsc, M.Eng,  MNSE, Reg Engr. COREN
15Engr. Nwokediuko Nkechinyere MarylyndaAssistant LecturerF/TBEng, M.Eng, MNSE  Reg Engr. COREN
16Obiora Josephat Ifeanyi Graduate Assistant F/TB. Eng
17Mezie, Ethelbert OnyekachiGraduate AssistantF/TB.Eng
18Ubani, Obinna UzodinmaGraduate AssistantF/TB.Eng
19Uzodimma Franklin ChukwuelokaGraduate AssistantF/TB.Eng




1.Mr. Henry O. Ibekwe Chief TechnologistD.IMT, HD IMT, PGD
2.Nwafor, Ngozi PatriciaPrincipal TechnologistB.Sc.
3.Okeke, Chukwunonso HenryLaboratory

Technologist I

4.Ukeje, Esther ChinweLaboratory Technologist IIB.Sc., MNSE Reg. Engr. COREN
5.Akerojola, Samson ShegunLaboratory

Technologist II

6.Egboka, Chidiebere GodlinLaboratory Technologist IIB.Sc.
7.Okonkwo, John ChukwumaLaboratory Technologist IIB.Sc, MNSE, Reg. Engr. COREN
8.Nwokoye Christian UchennaLaboratory Technologist IIB.Sc
9Onwuliri, Johnbosco ChibuikemLaboratory Technologist IIB.Sc
10Okpala, IkennaLaboratory Technologist IIB.Sc
11.Mubarak Tauhid SidiLaboratory Technologist IIB.Sc
12Ezekoye Nwanneka GenevieveLaboratory Technologist IIB.Tech, M.Sc.
13Okoye Emmanuel ChinonsoLaboratory Technologist IIB.Sc.


25.3 Administrative Non-Teaching Staff 

1.Udeh, Alice IfeomaPrincipal Executive OfficerB.Sc.
2.Iloegbunam Daniel OdikpoSenior Executive Officer B.Sc.
3.Onyirimba, Ifeoma EuniceHigher Executive OfficerB.Sc.
4.Chinweze Onyinye LorettaHigher Executive OfficerB.Sc.
5.Okpala Izuchukwu JudeAdministrative AssistantB.Sc.
6.Anowe, Blessing NnnenaAdministrative AssistantB.Sc.
7.Nwadi, Chijioke NjidekaHigher Executive OfficerHND
8.Okeke, Oluchi GladysAdministrative AssistantTC II, NCE, B.Sc.
9.Onuh, Kenis ChukwunweoluAdministrative AssistantOND, B.Sc.
10.Oraekii, A. ObiajuluAdministrative AssistantB.Sc.
11Ifeanyi -Maduka, Oluchi EstherAssistant Chief  Clerical OfficerNECO