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Botany & Ecological Studies Course Code

Botany & Ecological Studies Course Code

Welcome to Botany & Ecological Studies Course Requirement, how to study Botany & Ecological Studies, Jamb subject combination of Botany & Ecological Studies, courses involved to study Botany & Ecological Studies in any institution. read through the full details.

Botany & Ecological Studies Course Code

 

 

Do you want to study Botany & Ecological Studies? or if you have gotten admission in the Department of Botany & Ecological Studies, here are what you need to know.

 

SSCE requirement:

Five (5) important credit subject include:

(1) English

(2) Mathematics

(3) Agriculture (Biology)

(4) Chemistry

(5) Physic

Botany & Ecological Studies is one of the professional course concern about the study or understanding the interactions, structure of plants with other organisms and the environment and also to discover how plants grow under different conditions.

Duration of study:  4 years

Note that, all fresh graduate from senior secondary school, by any means of processing admission either through JAMB, etc. to study Botany & Ecological Studies at any Polytechnic, College of Education and University of your choice, the prerequisite that determined your eligibility for admission is a subject combination of Botany & Ecological Studies.

JAMB – Subject Combination

Botany & Ecological Studies – English, Physic, Chemistry, Biology

The above subjects are the key requirement to be registered during the jamb admission registration form.

Meanwhile, If you are a newly admitted students, the area of concentration is what we are looking at in this article.

The list of courses you need to study as a first-year or fresh students in any tertiary institution include:

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FOUR-YEAR DEGREE PROGRAMME B.Sc Botany & Ecological Studies

 

S/N Course Title Credit Units Level Semester Course Outline
1 RESEARCH ORIENTATION AND PROJECT 3 400L Second Semester Course outline
2 PLANT BIOLOGY/BOTANY 2 100L First Semester Course outline
3 INTRODUCTORY ECOLOGY 2 100L Second Semester Course outline
4 ANIMAL BIOLOGY 2 100L First Semester Course outline
5 INTRODUCTORY CYTOLOGY GENETICS AND EVOLUTION 2 100L Second Semester Course outline
6 GENERAL ECOLOGY 2 200L First Semester Course outline
7 GENERAL PHYSIOLOGY 3 200L Second Semester Course outline
8 BIOLOGICAL TECHNIQUES 2 200L First Semester Course outline
9 GENERAL GENETICS 3 200L Second Semester Course outline
10 BIOLOGICAL NOMENCLATURE AND TAXONOMY 2 200L First Semester Course outline
11 Hydrobiology 2 200L Second Semester Course outline
12 Biostatistics 2 200L Second Semester Course outline
13 SIWES 6 300L Second Semester Course outline
14 Field Course I 1 300L First Semester Course outline
15 Population Biology and Evolution 3 300L Second Semester Course outline
16 Biogeography & Soil Biology 2 300L First Semester Course outline
17 Hydrobiology 2 300L Second Semester Course outline
18 MICROBIAL MOLECULAR GENETICS 3 300L First Semester Course outline
19 Field Course I 1 300L Second Semester Course outline
20 Biostatistics 3 300L Second Semester Course outline
21 FIELD COURSE II 2 400L First Semester Course outline
22 PRINCIPLES OF PLANT AND ANIMAL BREEDING 3 400L Second Semester Course outline
23 Population Biology & Evaluation 3 400L First Semester Course outline
24 CONSERVATION AND DEVELOPMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES 2 400L Second Semester Course outline
25 PLANT AND ANIMAL CYTOGENETICS 3 400L First Semester Course outline
26 SPECIAL OPTION 2 400L Second Semester Course outline
27 NIGERIAN FLORA AND FAUNA 2 400L First Semester Course outline
28 GENERAL PRACTICAL 2 400L Second Semester Course outline
29 CRYPTOGAMIC BOTANY 2 200L First Semester Course outline
30 SPERMATOPHYTA 2 200L Second Semester Course outline
31 Algae 2 300L First Semester Course outline
32 Comparative Plant Anatomy 3 300L Second Semester Course outline
33 MYCOLOGY 2 300L First Semester Course outline
34 Angiospermae 3 300L Second Semester Course outline
35 PLANT PHYSIOLOGY I 2 300L First Semester Course outline
36 Plant Physiology II 2 300L Second Semester Course outline
37 BRYOPHYTA, PTERIDOPHYTA AND GYMNOSPERMAE 2 300L First Semester Course outline
38 PLANT PHYSIOLOGY II 2 400L First Semester Course outline
39 PLANT PATHOLOGY 2 400L Second Semester Course outline
40 ECONOMIC BOTANY 3 400L First Semester Course outline
41 Angiospermae 3 400L Second Semester Course outline
42 Comparative Plant Anatomy 3 400L First Semester Course outline
43 Advanced Plant Physiology 3 400L Second Semester Course outline
44 INVERTEBRATA 2 200L First Semester Course outline
45 VERTEBRATA 2 200L Second Semester Course outline
46 Hydrobiology 2 300L Second Semester Course outline
47 PROTOZOOLOGY 2 300L First Semester Course outline
48 Helminthology 3 300L Second Semester Course outline
49 Mollusca 1 300L First Semester Course outline
50 Comparative Animal Physiology 2 300L Second Semester Course outline
51 Arthropoda & Mollusca 3 300L First Semester Course outline
52 COMPARATIVE ANIMAL HISTOLOGY AND EMBRYOLOGY 3 300L First Semester Course outline
53 Chordate Form Function 2 300L Second Semester Course outline
54 Mollusca and Arthropoda 2 300L First Semester Course outline
55 APPLIED ENTOMOLOGY 3 400L First Semester Course outline
56 PARASITOLOGY AND IMMUNOLOGY 2 400L Second Semester Course outline
57 PRINCIPLE OF WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT 2 400L First Semester Course outline
58 Helminthology 2 400L Second Semester Course outline
59 NEUROPHYSIOLOGY 2 400L First Semester Course outline
60 ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR 2 400L Second Semester Course outline
61 Comparative Animal Morphology & Physiology 3 400L First Semester Course outline
62 PRINCIPLES OF FISHERIES MANAGEMENT 2 400L Second Semester Course outline
63 Research Orientation and Project 3 400L First Semester Course outline

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Candidates are hereby informed that the registration of course form always lasts for two (2) weeks after the resumption. The hard copy print out should be submitted to the Faculty officer for verification and authorisation.

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