College of Art and Built Environment
The College of Art and Built Environment formerly known as College of Architecture and Planning came into existence in January 2005 as part of the restructuring of the University into a Collegiate System. In the restructuring, the Faculty of Environmental and Development studies (FEDS) and the Institute of Land Management and Development (ILMAD) were merged to form the College.
The college currently comprises three (3) faculties, eleven (11) departments and one (1) research centre as follows:
Faculty of Art
- Department of Communication Design
- Department of Painting and Sculpture
- Department of Industrial Art
- Department of Publishing Studies
Faculty of Built Environment
- Department of Architecture
- Department of Construction Technology & Management
- Department of Planning
- Department of Land Economy
- Centre for Settlement Studies
Faculty of Educational Studies
- Department of Educational Innovations in Science & Technology
- Department of Teacher Education
- Centre of Excellence for Housing Studies
The College Registrar serves as the Registrar’s representative in the College under the leadership of the Provost. She is the head of the general administration of the College and perform the role of the Chief Administrative Officer of the College under the Provost. In the discharge of her duties, the College Registrar is assisted by three (3) other Registrars, each manning a faculty.
The Faculty Registrars, under the leadership of the Dean of the Faculty, are the heads of the general administration of the Faculty. They are Member/Secretaries of the Faculty Boards and other Committees within the Faculty. Without prejudice to the role of the Dean, the Faculty Registrar reports to the College Registrar.