<h4>Professor Derin Ologbenla</h4>

Professor Derin Ologbenla

Head of Department

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<h4>Vivian Madueke</h4>

Vivian Madueke

SCSN President

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Welcome

The Department of Political Science of this University started as a unit of the School of Business and Social Studies in 1962, the year the University of Lagos was established. The Unit offered courses which were integrated into the parent school of Business and Social Studies. In 1966, the Unit acquired a departmental status within the School of Business and Social Studies before the establishment of the Faculty of Social Sciences in the 1967/68 academic session.

With the establishment of the Faculty of Social Sciences, Political Science became a full-fledged undergraduate programme leading to the award of Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) degree in Political Science after four years. In 1970, the Department began a post-graduate degree programme Master of Science (M.Sc.) in Political Science. In the 1978/79 academic session, the Master of Public Administration (MPA) degree was introduced, and in 1980/81, the Department commenced the Master of Philosophy (M.Phil.) and Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) degree programmes. As the demand for intellectual and manpower needs of the country increased, another postgraduate programme known as Master of Public and International Affairs (M.P.I.A.) was introduced by the Faculty in conjunction with other departments. Master of International Relations (MISS) was introduced in the 2012/2013 session, with another postgraduate programme, Master of Research and Public Policy (MRPP) introduced in the 2013/2014 session.

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Research

Research Themes

Analytical methods, Pollutants Dynamics & Modelling

This theme showcases work at the forefront of mapping the extent of pollutants in various media as indication of environmental degradation. We are creating an extensive database for pollutants  that include; e-waste, eutrophication

Computational Chemistry, Kinetics & Process optimisation
Environment, Risk Assessment & Green Chemistry
Functional Materials & Energy

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Nanotechnology & Industrial processes

This theme showcases work at the forefront of mapping the extent of pollutants in various media as indication of environmental degradation. We are creating an extensive database for pollutants  that include; e-waste, eutrophication

Natural products & Drug discovery
Organic Chemistry & Catalysis
Sensing..