Welcome to the School of Engineering (SOE)
We are dedicated to train and transform our students to identify contemporary global issues and realize their professional and ethical onus to proffer solutions for the socio-economic and environmental challenges faced by humanity. School of Engineering strives to bring a world-class engineering curriculum for the future, technical education integrated with high-quality American-style system of education.
The faculty members come from diverse backgrounds and have the required knowledge, terminal degree, and expertise in their fields of specialization to deliver quality education. Most faculty have prior industry and teaching experience in the US, Canada, South Africa, Europe, Asia, Nigeria, Russia or elsewhere. Our laboratory instructors are highly qualified.
The serene classroom environment and state-of-the-art engineering laboratories provide the platform for developing problem-solving strategies that build students’ competencies and capacities in emerging technologies such as Artificial Intelligence (AI), Machine Learning, Embedded System, Robotics, Big Data, and Internet of Things (IoT), nanotechnology, clean and renewable energy, membrane technology etc. Students are exposed to the fundamentals of design, implementation, testing and industrial application in the modern field of Engineering, as well as operating at the cutting-edge of technologies. SOE students will be exposed to senior design projects, industrial training through practical industry internships, projects and exchanges. Applied industry experiences are key and unique features of AUN’s engineering education.
We offer the following undergraduate programs leading to the award of a Bachelor of Engineering [B.Eng (Hons)]: Computer Engineering, Telecommunication Engineering, Electrical & Electronics, Chemical Engineering, and Systems Engineering. This award will be recognized globally and will be accepted for graduate studies all over the world. All our engineering programs are accredited by the Nigerian University Commission (NUC). In addition, AUN’s engineering programs aspire to pursue international accreditations such as the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET). The SOE faculty and students are encouraged to be members of international associations such as the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) and national professional bodies such as the Nigerian Society of Engineers.
Our engineering program is structured to be completed either in four or five academic years depending on the qualification evidenced during admissions consideration for prospective students. Four-year programs are designed for holders of GCE A-Level certificate or equivalent (Direct Entry), while the five-year programs are designed for students who applied and satisfied the UTME requirements.
Thank you for your interest in AUN’s SOE.
Interim Dean, School of Engineering