To be a leader in producing manpower in mathematics, computer science, statistics and applications relevant to the needs of the society.
To provide opportunities for respectable, qualitative and relevant university education foe regular and mature students, with due recognition of gender sensitivity for good and balanced societal development
|D. I. Adu||M.Sc. (Ibadan), Ph.D.(Buffalo)||Professor and Head of Department|
|O.J. Olaoye||B.Sc.(Ilorin),M.Sc.(Ibadan)||Assistant Lecturer [Full-time]|
|R.K. Ogundeji||B.Sc, M.Sc.(Lagos)||Assistant Lecturer [Part-time]|
|A.A. Mogbademu||B.Sc., M.Sc., Ph.D (Lagos)||Lecturer II [Part-time]|
|A. Adewara||B.Sc., M.Sc., Ph.D (Lagos)||Lecturer I [Part-time]|
|W. Oyebanji||B.Sc., M.Sc.||Assistant Lecturer (Part-time)|
|O. Abass||B.Sc., M.Sc., Ph.D (Waterloo)||Professor [Part-time]|
|D.O. Adewumi||B.Sc.(Ibadan), M.Sc., Ph.D (OAU)||Professor [Part-time]|
|A.P. Adewole||B.Sc., M.Sc., Ph.D.||Senior Lecturer [Part-time]|
|A. F. Adekoya||B.Sc., M.Sc., Ph.D(FUNAAB)||Senior Lecturer [Part-time]|
|A.S. Sodiya||B.Sc.(OOU), M.Sc.(Lagos), Ph.D(UNAAB)||Senior Lecturer [Part-time]|
|O.A. Ojesanmi||B.Sc.(Ibadan), M.Sc., Ph.D (OAU)||Senior Lecturer [Part-time]|
|F.A. Oladeji||B.Sc., M.Sc. (OAU), Ph.D. (Lagos)||Lecturer I [Part-Time]|
|M.O. Olayiwola||B.Sc.(Ilorin), M.Sc. (OOU), Ph.D. (Ogbomoso)||Lecturer II [Part-Time]|
|J.V. Joshua||B.Sc (Ogun)., M.Sc.(Lagos)||Assistant Lecturer [Full-time]|
|M.O. Agbaje||B.Sc.(Ilorin), PGD (Calabar), M.Sc.(UNAAB)||Assistant Lecturer [Full-time]|
|A.J. Ojo||HND Computer Science||Technologist II|
|Adenike Odama||HND (Secretarial Studies)||Assistant Office Manage|
The Department offers three (3) programmes leading to the award of Bachelor Degrees in –
a. Computer Science
Only candidates with 5 credit passes English, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, and Biology or Futher Mathematics.
In accordance with the college philosophy, the three programmes have a common 100 level course structure which is summarised in table 1. All students admitted through UTME to the department must offer all the courses listed in Table 1. Courses to be taken at 200 to 400 levels for computer science, mathematics and Statistics are listed in that order in Table 2, 3 and 4 respectively.