PhilosophyThe philosophy is to produce automotive engineering graduates with high academic standards and adequate practical background for self employment as well as being of immediate value to industry and the community in general.
To achieve this, the automotive engineering and technology is geared towards:
- The development of adequate skill in Engineering.
- Early broad – based training in general Engineering and Technology for a developing country.
- Production of graduates with theoretical and practical knowledge who can design and produce automotive components and systems.
- Requisite training in human and organizational behaviour.
- Introduction to entrepreneurial education and training.
- Exposure of students to industrial practice and needs in automotive engineering.
Aims and ObjectivesThe general aims and objectives of Automotive Engineering training should be in consonance with the realisation of national needs and aspirations vis-à-vis industrial development and technological emancipation. The benchmark statements give the minimum academic standards required to meet these needs and to produce graduates in Automotive Engineering with sufficient academic background and practical experience who would be able to rise to the challenges of a developing economy.
Automotive engineering graduates must therefore be resourceful, creative, knowledgeable and able to perform the following functions:
- Design and produce automotive components and systems.
- Perform optimally in our environment.
- Design engineering projects and supervise their construction.
- Perform task in accordance with laid down professional standards.
- Able to manage people, fund, materials and equipment.
- Improve on indigenous technology to enhance local problems solving capability in automotive engineering.
|Entry Level||Minimum Passed CU before graduation|
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