• Imo State University

Philosophy and Objectives

Production of graduates that are adequately equipped with the comprehensive theoretical knowledge, practical skills required for engaging in economic and agricultural production.


(i) To produce graduate farmers geared towards self-employment;
(ii) To produce graduates with sufficient technical, productive, and Entrepreneurship skills who will be involved in productive research And entrepreneurship in any aspect of agriculture and other related disciplines.
(iii) To produce graduates that are relevant to themselves, the industry And the society and who can contribute effectively to national development goals in agriculture and related fields.

Admission Requirements


In addition to an acceptable pass in both UTME and post UTME screening exercises, candidates must have obtained at not more than two sittings, credit passes in Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination (SSCE) or its equivalent as approved by the senate of Imo State University in English Language, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and any other subject from Agricultural Science, Further Mathematics, Economics, Biology, Technical Drawing and Geography.

Direct Entry:

i. Candidates with Upper Credit level passes in National Diploma (ND) or its equivalent qualification in Electrical /Electronic Engineering and Computer Engineering may be admitted into the 200 level of the department.
ii. In exceptional cases, candidates with HND credit passes or its equivalent in Electrical/Electronic Engineering may be admitted into the 300 level.
iii. Candidates in (i) and (ii) above must satisfy the O’ level requirements of the department.

Inter University Transfer Mode

i. Students studying Electrical/Electronic Engineering in Senate recognized universities may transfer into 200 level provided they have the relevant O’ level qualification and their programmes are adjudged to meet the standards at Imo State University.
ii. No candidate shall be admitted from another university unless the department is certified that the grades obtained by such candidate for courses in which they have had instructions, are acceptable.