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Niger Delta University (NDU) is a state university owned by the Bayelsa State government. The National Universities Commission (NUC) approves the university to offer certain courses.

In this article, we have clearly listed all the courses and faculties in the NDU. Currently, there are 42 departments spread across 10 faculties in the school.

Let’s see them;

S/NFacultyDepartment
1AgricultureAgricultural Economics
Agriculture in Crop Production Technology and Soil Science
Livestock Production Technology
Fisheries
2ArtsEnglish and Literary Studies
History and Diplomacy
Philosophy
Religious Studies
Theatre Arts
3Basic Medical SciencesBiochemistry
Medicine
Medical Laboratory Technology
Human Anatomy
Human Physiology
4EducationTeacher Education
Vocational and Technology Education
Library and Information Science
5LawLaw
6Management ScienceFinance and Accountancy
Management
Marketing
Office Information Management
7NursingCommunity Health Nursing Medical—Surgical Nursing
Maternal and Child Health
Psychiatric/Mental Health Nursing
8PharmacyPharmaceutics and Pharmaceutical Technology
Pharmaceutical Chemistry
Pharmacology and Toxicology
Pharmacology and Herbal Medicine
Clinical Pharmacy and Pharmacy Practice
9ScienceBiological Science
Pure and Applied Chemistry
Mathematics and Computer Science
Geology
Physics
Microbiology
Zoology
10Social ScienceEconomics
Geography
Political Science
Sociology
Mass Communication

Niger Delta University was established in the year 2000 during the tenure of Alamieyeseigha. It is located at Wilberforce Island, Amassoma.

Currently, the school has about 16,000 students. They run both undergraduate and postgraduate programmes.

As a public university, NDU accepts applicants of all backgrounds. But only candidates who met the admission criteria will scale through the admission process.

So, you must beat their cut-off mark and have the needed grades in WAEC or NECO.