Diploma in Conservation Science and Tourism

Natural History Museum

Programme Category
Programme Description
The training in this programme will enable candidates function effectively as technical personnel in various agencies involved in conservation and tourism within the nation such as museum, forest and game reserves, botanical gardens, zoological gardens, horticultural parks, recreational parks, research institutes, re-afforestation projects, environmental protection agencies.
Admission Requirements

Candidates must have obtained a minimum of five (5) credit passes in the Senior School Certificate Examination (WAEC/NECO/GCE) which must include English Language and Biology in addition to any of the following: Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Agricultural Science, Economics and Geography.

In Special Cases of Museum Professionals, three (3) credit passes in (WAEC/NECO/GCE) will be accepted.

The programme will last for two academic sessions and will involve both course work and field work.
Mode of Study
Lectures and Laboratory sessions will hold in the Natural History Museum building complex which features a gallery that displays varieties of plants, insects, animals, the famous Rosevear collection of mammals and an extensive collection of rocks and minerals, all stored in a retrieval system which is continually updated with new collections.
Benefits to Applicants
Diplomates from this programme who perform excellently and possess Merit and above can be admitted by direct entry into in the following courses in the university: Urban and Regional Planning, Estate Management, French and History.
How to Apply
Application are made online, click here to review the steps involved when applying.
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