School of Science & Information Technology (SSIT)
Skyline University Nigeria (SUN) conducts undergraduate programmes leading to the award of Bachelor of Science in Biology, Microbiology, Chemistry, Biochemistry, Industrial Chemistry, Physics with Electronics, Mathematics, Computer Science & Information Systems, Software Engineering, Data Science, Cyber Security and Geology. These courses are equipped to meet the needs of dynamic local, regional, national and global level industries. A student studying at SCHOOL OF SCIENCE & INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY (SSIT) will be exposed to different major subjects of Sciences, Mathematics and Information Technology which will help him/her become an astute professional in his/her chosen field and career path.
Higher education is a fundamental vehicle for the economic and social development of any nation, and Nigeria is no exception. It is meant to help the country buildup capacity to develop and manage its resources, alleviate poverty, close the educational gap as well as economic and political gap it has with the developed world. Nigeria got her independence in October 1960; it therefore needs sufficiently educated workforce to enhance its development.
With increasing globalization, information and knowledge based economy are key to creativity, innovation and entrepreneurship which can sustain social development and help increase national competitiveness. University education in Nigeria can provide the much needed man power to accelerate the socio economic development. This therefore, creates an opportunity for Skyline University Nigeria to provide an atmosphere for academic freedom, culture and research which can supply platforms for liberal education, which in turn makes young people better prepared for an enhanced future.
The university is conscious of the importance of Science and Technology in the development of the nation. Therefore it introduces a series of science subjects which can be useful in creating new bodies of knowledge for various industrial needs. Our major effort is to foster the pragmatic demands of industry and government.
SUN ensures that the SSIT curriculum is distinctive and superior in nature. It significantly extends the knowledge and nurtures intellectual maturity to probe into the depths of knowledge and to specialize in skills with a sense of creative independence. The student is thus enabled to accomplish the goals as anticipated in the Programme and transfer them to the professional areas. SUN endeavors that all SSIT Programmes are linked to industry / organision through SIWES and Project works.
The SSIT Programmes are carefully planned and directly related and appropriate to the mission and purposes of the institution as well as the goals and objectives of the respective degree Programmes. As far as the programme instruction is concerned, SUN adequately supports and critically evaluates experimental and teaching methods to improve instruction, ensures that each student enrolled in the course receives a Course Delivery Package (CDP) on the first day of the class that includes the following:
- Credit hours
- Pre Requisites
- Course description
- Learning outcomes
- Course contents
- Academic strategies
- Course policies
- Class Schedule
- Additional Reading
- Mode, Nature and Scope of Assessment
- Information on core text book
Moreover, SUN uses regular evaluation of all courses; instructional pedagogy and feedback through a well-developed Institutional Effectiveness System.
Acquisition, development and inculcation of proper value-orientation for the survival of the individual and society.
The development of intellectual capacities of individuals to understand, appreciate and promote peaceful co-existence.
Production of graduates with broad knowledge of the Nigerian Nation and people with a view to inculcate the mutual understanding and patriotism.
Exposing graduates of Skyline University to the rudiments of ICT for computer literacy and ability to live usefully in this ICT- driven age.
Preparing students for a post university life with opportunities for job creation and entrepreneurial skills.
Production of graduates capable of communicating effectively (both oral and written).