Welcome to School of Physical Sciences

Profile of school of Physical Sciences

The formerly School of Pure and Applied Sciences (SPAS) was the oldest School in the University, having been established in 1981 at the inception of the University.  It was then known as School of Sciences with four (4) departments viz: - Biological Sciences, Chemistry, Mathematics/Statistics and Physics.  This arrangement existed till June 1984 when the University was merged with the University of Maiduguri and was renamed Modibbo Adama College, Yola.

In 1988, the College was de-merged and subsequently regained its former status and name (Federal University of Technology, Yola).  This resuled in the name of the School being changed to the School of Science and Technology Education (SSTE) with the creation of the Department of Technology Education to now make a total of five (5) departments.  The number of departments increased to six during the 1989/90 session when the Department of Geology originally located in the School of Environmental Sciences (SES) was moved to SSTE.  The Department of Biochemistry and Microbiology were created in the 1996/97 session.  Hitherto, they were programmes in the then Department of Biological Sciences.
In September 1998, the former Department of Mathematics, Statistics and Operations Research was split into two, the Departments of Mathematics and Computer Science and Statistics and Operations Research bringing the total number of departments in the School to nine.
Furthermore, at the end of the 1998/99 session, the School of Science and Technology Education was split into two – i.e. School of Technology and Science Education (STSE) and School of Pure and Applied Sciences (SPAS).  As a result of this development, the School of Pure and Applied Sciences inherited eight (8) out of the nine (9) departments that existed before the splitting.
During the 2007/2008 session, the Department of Biotechnology was created making a total number of nine (9) departments in the School.

There is no doubt that pure science is the bedrock of all technologies, whether copied, adopted or developed.  Therefore, the mission of the School in the new millennium remains the training of persons in the various disciplines in the School who will acquire scientific and professional skills and who in turn will be professionally competent and contribute to the development of our developing economy.  The skills our graduates will acquire or possess will make them self-reliant, create jobs and provide services rather than depend on government for employment.
Our Vision and Mission statement as a School is contained in the motto of the Modibbo Adama University of Technology, Yola which is: 
Technology for Development.   Our vision and mission as a School of pure science is to carry through the molecular approach to understanding, to solve problems and make our environment a better, healthier and conducive place to live in.

 Dean of the School

Prof. B.A. Aliyu   -to view his profile click here



List of Heads of Departments

  1. Prof. Haruna, Ismaila Vela    Head, Department of Geology   Click here to View his Proflie 
  2. Dr. N. D. Oye                        Head, Department of Computer Science
  3. Dr. A. O. Adesanya                Head, Department of Mathematics 
  4. Dr. A. B. Dikko                      Head, Department of Physics
  5. Dr. D. Jibasen                       Head, Department of Statistics and Operations Research
  6. Dr. A.B. Dikko                       Head, Department of Physics




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