National Open University Of Nigeria (NOUN) Suspend 16 Programmes

noun suspended course

The National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN) has suspended 16 programmes due to NUC and NYSC saga.

See the list of available programmes here

Here is the list of suspended programmes


Programme CodeProgramme TitleHost Faculty
4404 M.Ed Guidance and Counselling Education
5206 Bachelor of Nursing Science (BNSc) Health Sciences
8301 Postgraduate Diploma in (PGD) HIV/AIDS Education and Management Health Sciences
6301 PGD in Legislative Drafting Law
6201 LLB Law Law
3207 BSc Public Administration Management Sciences
3210 B.Sc Business Administration Management Sciences
3415 MSc Public Administration Management Sciences
3416 MSc Business Administration Management Sciences
3309 PGD Financial Management Management Sciences
3313 PGD Business Administration Management Sciences
3311 PGD Public Administration Management Sciences
3205 B.Sc Accounting Management Sciences
5204 B.Sc. Data Management Sciences
2213 B.Sc. International and Diplomatic Studies Social Sciences

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  1. what’s the faith of the current students of law in the institution

    will the school continue to fail us so we can leave out of frustration

    will we be privileged to complete our program with ease

    please I need fast response

  2. The Authority should please clarify things for us about these suspended courses. What is the fate of the current students? Is there any problem? Please P.R department in NOUN should talk to us.

  3. The suspended programmes doesn’t affect current students, but there will be no admission for student applying for any of those programmes

  4. Pls Admin,Environmental science and resources management has been changed to Environmental science and Toxicology from this semester, does it effect those who started ESM since last semester, we should be reconsidered cos our admission read ESM.We are not finding it funny with this sudden change please.thanks

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