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NUC accredits seven programmes at Dominican varsity


The National Universities Commission (NUC) has accredited all the seven programmes run by the Dominican University, Ibadan.

The announcement came in a letter from the NUC’s Director of Accreditation, addressed to the Vice Chancellor, Prof Anthony Akinwale.

Currently running undergraduate programmes in Accounting, Business Administration, Economics, Mass Communication, Computer Science, Philosophy and Christian Religious Studies, the Dominican University, Ibadan is the first institution to be founded by the Order of Preachers on the African continent.
Reacting to the accreditation exercise, the Vice Chancellor said it is a challenge for the university to continue to strive for excellence in every aspect of tertiary education, while assuring that the institution will continue to provide good quality education. 


Prof Akinwale added that the school would ensure that all her students acquire multiple competence and entrepreneurial skills needed to drive Nigeria’s vehicle of development.

He said the school is working towards obtaining approval to run new programmes in Cyber security, Computer and Business Analytics, Broadcasting, Film and Multimedia and Christian Theology.

Licenced in November 2016, the Dominican University began academic activities in October 2017. 


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