The Department of Estate Management has been included in the initial Department of University produce quality personnel to help in the landed property resources of this great nation.
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: In order to be eligible for admission a candidate must possess at least one of the following qualifications

    The Senior Secondary School Certificate (SSCE) or the General Certificate of Education (G.C.E) Ordinary Level or its equivalent with Credit passes in five subjects including English, Mathematics, Economics and any two subjects from Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Geography, Fine Art, Agricultural Science, Technical drawing, Surveying and Building Construction. The five credits must be obtained at not more than two sittings. In addition to the above, a candidate must obtain an acceptable pass in the University Matriculation Examination (UME) conducted by the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB). The UME subjects are English, Mathematics, Economics and one other subject from Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Geography, Technical Drawing, Fine Art, Agricultural Science, Building Construction and Surveying.
    Holders of the Higher School Certificate (GCE) Advanced Level will be considered for admission to Direct Entry provided that they also meet the minimum entry requirement stated in (a). Above. It is important to note that this category of students will be admitted into the 100 level.
    Holders of the National Diploma (ND) in Estate Management with a minimum of Upper Credit (ie 60% mark and above) will be considered for admission by Direct Entry into the 200 level provided they also meet the minimum entry requirements stated in (a) above.
        Introduction to Estate Management
        Basic Elements of Planning
        Principles of Land Economy
        Introduction to valuation
        Principles of Agricultural Production
        Land Economics
        Principles of Valuation
        Economics of Agriculture
        Principles of Urban and Regional planning
        Nation and Rating Taxation
        Principles of Property Management
        Estate and Development Finance
        Comparative Land Polices
        Research Methology
        Urban Land Economics
        Advanced Valuation
        Land use and Resources
        Applied Property Management
        Feasibility and Viability Studies
        Professional Practice
        Arbitration and Awards
        Plant and machine Nary Valuation
        Applied town Planning
        Other compulsory courses or compulsory Ancillary courses
        Introduction to Mathematics
        Building Graphics
        Elementary Principles of Micro Economics
        Principles of Accounting
        Nature of Environmental Sciences
        Philosophy and Logic
        History and Philosophy of Science
        Use of English
        Introduction to Statistics
        Principles of Cost Accounting
        Elementary Principles of Macro Economics
        Computer Studies
        Building Construction studies
        Law of contract
        Descriptive Statistics
        General African studies
        Law of Tort
        Statistical Methods and Application
        Building Mathematics
        Water and Drainage
        Public Health Engineering
        Elements of Law
        Problems of the Nigerian Economy
        Introduction to Quantity Surveying
        Project Planning and Control
        Building Economics
        Property Materials

The evaluation of each of the courses takes two forms. The first part is based on Continuous assessment for each course involving tutorial assignments, submission of term papers, fieldwork and workshop practices as well as studio design projects. The accunt Continuous Assessment counts for between 30% and 40% of the scores assigned to each course while the end of semester examinations for 60%-70%.