Engineering is the branch of science that involves taking our scientific principles of the natural world to invent, design, and build things that solve problems and achieve practical goals. These include but not limited to the processes of natural raw materials, structures, automobiles, planes, machines, and computers. The things Engineers build are called Technology. Without technology, the modern world simply wouldn't exist, and thus surrounded by the work of engineers practically every moment of our lives. There are many different types of engineering. The most significant ones are Civil Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, and Chemical Engineering.
The Faculty of Engineering at Baze University had its first approval by the National Universities Commission (NUC) to enroll students in 2015/2016 academic session. In a related development, in 2016, all the Department have been fully accredited by the NUC. Therefore, we are committed to producing the innovators and leaders of the future that can advance the knowledge and technology needed to address global challenges. Our Faculty is home to six top-performing programmes that include Civil Engineering, Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Petroleum & Gas Engineering and Telecommunications Engineering. Our teaching is research led and driven by the wider needs of industry, ensuring great Graduate Career opportunities.
All our programmes are fully accredited fostering interdisciplinary approach to teaching and student engagement. Each of the six undergraduate programme has a dedicated world class laboratory with a complimentary Technicians and Technologies. Our Degree programmes prepare students for rewarding careers in Engineering. We have a reputation for excellence in teaching, research, and industrial collaboration. We pride ourselves on our collaborative relationships with industry from Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) companies to large scale organisations.
The culture at Baze University is uncompromising excellence which is best translated by the Faculty of Engineering Faculty. Our Faculty continues to be the vanguard of self-application, desire, and vision. Blessed with a youthful and vibrant team, the Faculty continues to set the pace for excellence.
Dr Nuradeen TANKO
BEng (Chemical), MSc (Process), Ph.D (Petroleum)
Ag. Dean, Faculty of Engineering
Computer Engineering, Computer Engineering, B.Eng
Mechanical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, B.Eng
Electrical/Electronics, Electrical/Electronics, B.Eng
Petroleum and Gas Engineering, Petroleum and Gas Engineering, B.Eng
Telecommunication Engineering, Telecommunication Engineering, B.Eng
Civil Engineering, Civil Engineering, B.Eng