DEAN: DR. SAIBU ALASA

The School of Evening Studies was founded in 1988 with the initial name of Centre for Continuing Education (CCE). It took off with the Department of Secretarial Studies for the award of Confidential Secretary, Grade III Certificate. In the 2005/2006 academic session, it assumed the name School of Part-time Studies (SPATS) before its current name of School of Evening Studies (SES) came into being in the 2006/2007 academic session.

Aims and Objectives: Set up to complement the regular programmes on the roster of the Polytechnic, the School of Evening Studies boasts of the following aims:

  • To play a pivotal and catalytical role in the technological transformation of Nigeria.<‘li>
  • To promote quality in education by striving for excellence in teaching, research, student support and overall management.
  • To create job opportunities through graduands who are job creators.
  • To cultivate and advocate ethical behaviour in all aspects of its functioning.

The School of Evening Studies (SES) programmes run for three (3) years for both National Diploma and Higher National Diploma in all academic programmes. The Programmes are managed by Programme Coordinators who are responsible to the Heads of Regular Departments.

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Location: The School of Evening Studies is situated in Area II of the Polytechnic

Departments.

Accountancy
Art and Industrial Design (General Art & Industrial Design/Fashion Design and Clothing Technology)
Banking & Finance
Business Administration
Chemical Engineering Technology
Civil Engineering Technology
Computer Science
Elect/Elect Engineering Technology
Estate Management
Food Technology
General Studies
Hospitality Management
Marketing
Mass Communication
Mechanical Engineering Technology
Mineral & Petroleum Resources Engineering Technology
Office Technology & Management (OTM)
Public Administration
Science Laboratory Technology (SLT)
Statistics