B.Sc Physics With Electronics

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The programme is intended to equip the students with broad knowledge of Physics and electronics to address the challenges of the 21st century. The classroom instruction includes lectures and laboratory research. Students’ industrial work experience scheme (SIWES) is included in the syllabus to provide students with the necessary skills for employment and entrepreneurship. The first and second year comprise of introductory courses in physics, mathematics, computer science and general studies. Foundation courses in physics that underpin an understanding of electronics and basic electronics courses are provided at the third and fourth year with entrepreneurship courses that will equip the graduates of the programme with relevant skills for job creation and innovations in the areas of applied physics and electronics.


The curriculum of physics with electronics is meant to broaden the electronics engineering base of students who may wish to study pure electronics with physics without the Electrical Engineering aspects and also prepares them for higher degrees in Physics and Electronics Engineering. The programme is designed to give the students theoretical and practical skills in the areas of applied physics and electronics such as medical radiology, magnetic resonance imaging, analogue
electronics systems, digital electronics systems, etc


The objectives of the programme are to:

  1. involve the students in intellectually stimulating and satisfying experience of learning and studying;
  2. prepare the students for advanced Physics and professional fields of Electronics Engineering;
  3. prepare students with skills for self-reliance and entrepreneurship;
  4. prepare the students for postgraduate studies in either Physics or Electronics Engineering; and
  5. prepare the students for research and innovation advancement in Physics and Electronics Engineering.

Employable Skills
21st Century Skills
Unique Features
Admission Requirements
Graduation Requirements
  1. IT Skills
  2. Time management
  3. Creativity
  4. Resourcefulness
  5. Communication
  6. Organization

Among the 21st Century skills for the programme are:

  1. Communication
  2. Creativity
  3. Collaboration
  4. Critical Thinking
  5. Innovation
  6. Technology literacy
  7. Flexibility

  1. The programme is unique in the way in which it is designed to provide the students with broader knowledge of physics and electronics so that they can utilize modern discoveries in physics for innovations in electronics.
  2. The programme is also unique in the way in which applied physics and digital electronics system courses are included in the curriculum to prepare the students for global challenges.

The entry requirements shall be at least passes at credit level at Senior Secondary Certificate (SSC) in five subjects at not more than two sittings. Such subjects include English Language, Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry. In addition, an acceptable pass in the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) is required for admission into 100 Level.
Candidates with at least two A level passes in Physics and Mathematics at the Advanced Level may be considered for admission into 200 Level

Expected duration for UTME candidates shall be 4 years and students are required to pass a minimum of 120 units, while for direct entry students, expected duration for graduation shall be 3 years and would be expected to pass a minimum of 90 units which must include all compulsory courses.

Course Structure

100 Level
200 Level
300 Level
400 Level
Course Code Course Title Units Status LH PH
PHY 101 General Physics I 2 C 30
PHY 102 General Physics II 2 C 30
PHY 103 General Physics III 2 C 30  
PHY 104 General Physics IV 2 C 30
PHY 107 General Physics Practical I 1 C 45
PHY 108 General Physics Practical II 1 C 45
  Total 21      
Course Code Course Title Units Status LH PH
GST 212 Philosophy, Logic and Human Existence 2 C 30
ENT 211 Entrepreneurship and Innovation 2 C 15 45
PHY 205 Thermal Physics 3 C 45
PHY 206 General Physics VII (Energy & Environment) 2 C 30
PHY 211 Workshop Practice 2 C 15 45
PHY 213 Classical Physics I 2 C 30  
  Total 13      
Course Code Course Title Units Status LH PH
GST 312 Peace and Conflict Resolution 2 C 30
ENT 312 Venture Creation 2 C 15 45
PHY 301 Analytical Mechanics I 2 C 30
PHY 303 Electromagnetism 3 C 45
PHY 305 Quantum Physics 3 C 45
PHY 306 Statistical and Thermal Physics 2 C 30
PHY 312 Analogue Electronics 2 C 30
PHY 315 Electronics 2 C 30
PHY 316 Circuit Theory 2 C 30
PHY 317 Experimental physics V 1 C 45
PHY 325 Measurement and Instrumentation 2 C 30
PHY 399 Industrial Attachment 3 C    
  Total 26      
Course Code Course Title Units Status LH PH
PHY 401 Quantum Mechanics I 3 C 45
PHY 403 Mathematical Methods in Physics I 3 C 45
PHY 404 Mathematical Methods in Physics II 3 C 45
PHY 413 Digital Systems 2 C 30
PHY415 Digital Communication Systems 2 C 30  
PHY417 Advanced Electronics Lab 1 C 45
PHY422 Digital Electronics 2 C 30
PHY423 Entrepreneurship      in                            Physics Electronics 2 C 30  
PHY499 Project 6 C 270
  Total 24