Faculty of Environmental Technology

The Department of Estate Management was established during the 1992/1993 academic session with an intake of three (3) students. The Department is designed to prepare students to appreciate the complexity of legal economic, technological and social impacts on the use, development and management of land and the environment. The emerging world trend in technological advancement and environmental concern calls for the training of future graduates in Estate Management. The Curriculum has been reviewed to meet the requirements of both the NUC and the Estate Surveyors and Valuers Registration Board of Nigeria (ESVARBON). Senate in 2012 approved the change of nomenclature for the Programme (now Department) from Estate Management Programme to Department of Estate Management and Valuation as directed by the Estate Surveyors and Valuers Registration Board of Nigeria.