THE DEPARTMENT OF ARCHITECTURAL TECHNOLOGY

THE DEPARTMENT OF ARCHITECTURAL TECHNOLOGY

THE OKE OGUN POLYTECHNIC, SAKI.

OYO STATE

BRIEF HISTORY

The department of Architectural Technology initially existed as the Department of Architecture and Quantity Surveying. It was headed by Arc. O.B.A. Adeyemi-Doro from October 1986 – October 1989.

The name was later changed to The Department of Architecture and Town Planning with TPL. S.O. Gbadamosi as the Head of Department before October 1989 to September 1993; followed by Arc. F.S. Alabi as the Head before October 1993 – February 1994; and TPL Farore between February 1994 – May 1994. The department thereafter metamorphosis to the Department of Architectural Technology in 1994 and remain so till date. It was headed by Arc. F.S. Alabi between 1994 – 2001 and was succeeded by Arc. F.O. Enilolobo from 2001 – 2002. From 2002 – 2004, Arc. Onifade A.O. also headed the Department and later again Arc. F.S. Alabi became the Head of Department between 2004 – 2008. Late Arc. A.D. Ajani from May 2008 – September 2008. Arc. F.S. Alabi also from 2008 – 2010. Arc. (Mrs.) Siyanbola S.O. headed the Department from 2010 – 2012.

Arc. Babatunde L.O. headed the department from October 2012 – February 2015 and was succeeded by Arc. A.B. Siyanbola between February 2015 and September 2015. Arc. Babatunde L.O. again became the Head of Department from Oct 2015 till date.

ACCREDITATION

It is indeed heart-warming to note some of the achievements recorded by the department in recent years. ND Architectural Technology was granted Re-accreditation for five (5) years by the NBTE in 2003 and also in 2008 respectively. The department was also granted revalidation by the NBTE in 2015 and Reaccreditation of National Diploma in 2016. The department welcomes the birth of Higher National Diploma in Architectural Technology. The National Board for Technical Education NBTE granted accreditation to run HND in Architectural Technology in 2016.


WHAT WE CHERISH?

We cherish the infusion of traditional architectural creativity with technological innovation within the context of modern trends in technical design guidelines.

WHAT WE DO?

We train and build up Architectural Technologist who will respond positively to the contemporary global environmental challenges and human settlement issues in relation to the growing socio cultural technological and economic challenges.

ACHIEVEMENTS

We participate in industrial attachments/Internship programmes. We also participate in seminars and conferences across the globe.

WHAT WE OFFER?

1. NATIONAL DIPLOMA PROGRAMME

GOALS

The National Programme in Architectural Technology is aimed at Producing Technicians for the Architectural Profession. The Objectives are to produce a Diplomat that will be able to:

1. Read, Interpret and Trace Drawing.

2. Letter and Stencil Drawing sheets

3. Scale, Dimension, Blow-up and reduce drawings,

4. Produce measured drawing

5. Make good Freehand sketches

6. Produce Basic Presentation and Perspective

7. Build simple models

8. Print, Fold and collate drawing for submission.

9. Set out simple buildings.

OBJECTIVES

The objective of the course is to produce diplomats withy sound grasp of the basic skills to be able to contribute to the work of an architect or Contractor and with experience will become available member of their respective teams.

The course also provide a foundation for those wishing to further their studies by entering HND Programme in Architectural Technology, or Courses in other construction related professions.


ND ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

Minimum entry requirements is five (5) ‘O’ Level Credit passes in Mathematics, English and Physics and two from Engineering/Technical Drawing, Fine Art, Geography, Chemistry, Music, Biology and Economics.

The programme is for four academic semester duration spread over two years. It includes a period of supervised Industrial Training with an approved organization during the three months’ vacation at the end of the Second Semester of ND I.

2. HIGHER NATIONAL DIPLOMA PROGRAMMES

GOALS AND OBJECTIVES

The Higher National Diploma (HND) Architectural Technology is aimed at producing Technologist for the architectural profession and other sectors of the building industry. The graduates of HND programme will be able to:

1. Prepare space programmer and working drawings for architectural projects

2. Design and prepare spatial relationship, circulation and area diagrams.

3. Develop and prepare design drawings

4. Read and interpret technical drawings and specifications and incorporate such details in the architectural working drawings,

5. Supervise construction works and make progress reports on simple structures,

6. Make presentation drawings of architectural works and draw detailed perspective with necessary renderings and requisite colour schemes

7. Make detailed architectural models

8. Undertake preliminary site investigations in relation to orientation, landscape, environment, soil form, etc.

9. Collect information and data on simple architectural projects,

10. Write specifications for simple building projects and

11. Be self employed.

HND ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

Applicants with the following qualifications may be considered for admission into the Higher National Diploma programme:

a. G.C.E. Ordinary Level or its equivalent with five credit passes in Mathematics, English Language Physics and any other two from the following: Engineering/Technical Drawing, Fine Art, Geography, Economics, Chemistry, Biology/Agric, Science and Music at not more than two sittings.

b. A minimum of Lower Credit pass (CGPA 2.50 and above) in the cognate ND examinations in Architectural Technology.

c. A minimum of one year cognate work experience.

In exceptional cases, ND diplomats with a pass (CGPA 2.00-2.49) in the ND examinations and must have two or more years of cognate experience in the specific field may be considered for admission into the into the HND programme.

HEAD OF DEPARTMENT PROFILE

BABATUNDE LUQMAN OLAKUNLE (Basic Profile)

Surname

BABATUNDE

Other name

LUQMAN OLAKUNLE

Post

Ag. Head of Department

Email Address

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Telephone

08037145370; 08096580923

Nationality

Nigerian

Affiliation

Department of Architectural Technology, The Oke Ogun Polytechnic, Saki.

Education

Iseyin District Grammar School, Iseyin; 1993. The Polytechnic, Ibadan; 1997 and 2001, ND and HND Architecture. Federal University of Technology, AKure, 2008; PGD Architecture. University of Ibadan, Nigeria; 2010; Msc Housing.

Background

Babatunde Olakunle, a Christian, was born in Iseyin in Oyo state. He attended Anzar-ud-deen Primary School, Iseyin. He also attended Iseyin District Grammar school, Iseyin.

ACADEMIC STAFF LIST

S/NO.

LECTURER’S NAME AND STATUS

DESIGNATION

FIELD OF SPECIALISATION

i

Arc. Babatunde L.O.(Ag. HOD)

ND, HND, PGD (arch)

M.Sc. (Housing)

M.A.ARCHES

Assistant Chief Instructor

Architectural Design Presentation

Construction method and freehand sketching.

Sketching Properties at building

Construction Drawings

ii

Arc. F.S. Alabi

B.ScM.Sc (arch) M.Sc. (Tech Mgt) MNIA

SPL.

Architectural Design Presentation

Construction Management, Detailing and Specification

iii

Arc. Mrs.Siyanbola S.O.

ND, B Tech. M.Tech (Arch)

Lecturer I

Architectural Design Presentation Interior and Exterior Design and Landscape Design

iv

Arc.Siyanbola A.B.

ND, HND PGD M.Tech (|Arch) M.Sc. (Housing) M. AARAHES

Lecturer I

Architectural Design Presentation Building Construction and Detailing Theory of Architecture

Climatology

v

Arc. Onifade A.O.

HND (Arch), PGD (Arch)

Principal Instructor II

Building Construction and Architectural Design and Technical Drawing

vi

Arc. Ogunkunle O.A

Bsc. (Arch)

Part-time Lecturer

Architectural Design Presentation Computer aided design & descriptive Geometry

vii

Arc. Yekeen I.O.

HND (Arch)

Part-time

Lecturer

Building Construction and Architectural Design and Technical Drawing

viii

Arc. (Miss) Ogunkunle T.O.

Bsc. (Arch)

Part-time

Lecturer

Architectural Design Presentation Computer aided design & descriptive Geometry

ix

Mr.Adepoju A.A

B.A (Fine & Applied Art) M.A (Visual Art)

Part-time

Lecturer

Visual Art, Painting, Graphics,

TECHNICAL STAFF

x

Mr.Salaudeen A.F.

OND (Arch) HN|D. (Civil Structure Option)

Principal

Technician Officer II

Model Making/Studio Work Supervision

xi

Mr.Adejumobi J.A.

WASC, Trade Test III, II & I

C.P.M. Cert. Computer

Cert Photo Cert O’Level NABTEB

ADV NABTEB

Senior Foreman

Photography

xii

Mr. F. Ishola

WASC. Trade Test III,

Advance Level NABTEB,

Draught-manship Cert.

Senior Foreman

Draughting/Studio Works Supervision


NON ACADEMIC STAFF

S/NO.

NAMES

DESIGNATION

1.

2.

3.

4.

Mrs.Oguntayo B.A.

Mrs.Adeyemo K.O.

Miss. Lasisi W.

Miss. OkeFoluke

Prin. Secretariat Assist. II

Executive Officer

Head Messenger

Cleaner

COURSES OFFERED:

The Programmes and Courses Offered in the Department meet the minimum requirement of the NBTE to run Programs leading to National Diploma (ND) and Higher National Diploma in Architectural Technology

Courses Offered are drawn up from:

a. Architectural Courses: Architectural Basic Design, Building

Construction, Architectural Graphics, History of Architecture others include Photography and Model Making, Building, Climatology, Building Services and Equipment, Properties of Building Materials, Visual Perception and Communication, Technical Drawing.

b. Engineering Courses: Architectural Strength of Materials, Mechanics

And Dynamics, Workshop practice both which include Wood Concrete and Mechanical Workshops Practice.

c. General Studies: Courses include English for General Purpose,

Mathematics, Citizenship Education, General Chemistry, Government and Physical Health Education, Introduction to Sociology, Economics and Optics, Waves Electricity and Magnetism.

d. Environmental Course: Land Surveying, Quantity Surveying, Urban and

Regional Planning


ND PROGRAMME COURSE STRUCTURE

ND I FIRST SEMESTER

CODE

COURSE TITTLE

STATUS

L

T

P

CH

CU

ARC III

MEC III

ARC 112

ARC 113

ARC 114

EED 116

LIB 111

SUG 111

GNS 101

MTH 111

PHY 111

Visual perception and Communication

Technical Drawing

Architectural graphics 1

Building Construction 1

History of Architecture

Intro. To Entrepreneurship

Use of Library

Land Surveying 1

Use of English 1

Logic & Linear Algebra

Mechanics Properties of Matter and Heart Energy Citizenship Education 1

Core

Core

Core

Core

Core

Core

Core

Elective

GSE

Elective

Elective

Elective

1

1

1

1

1

-

1

1

2

1

1

2

-

-

-

-

1

1

-

-

-

-

1

-

3

4

4

3

-

3

2

3

-

2

-

-

4

2

2

2

2

2

2

4

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

3

2

3

2

TOTAL

13

4

17

34

24

CORE: 14UNITS. ELECTIVE: 8 UNITS, GSE: 2 UNITS, TOTAL = 24

ND I SECOND SEMESTER

CODE

COURSE TITTLE

STATUS

L

T

P

CH

CU

ARC 121

ARC 122

ARC 123

ARC 124

ARC 125

ARC 126

MEC 121

SUG 121

MTH 121

BPH 121

GNS 102

CEC 125

Basic Design

Architectural Graphic II

Building Constriction II

History of Architecture II

Properties of Building Materials

Photography & Model Making

Descriptive geometry

Land Surveying II

Algebra & Elementary Trigonometry

Optics, Waves & Electricity

Communication in English

Concrete Workshop Practice

Core

Core

Core

Core

Core

Core

Core

Elective

Elective

Elective

GNS

Elective

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

2

-

-

-

-

1

-

-

-

-

1

-

-

-

3

3

2

-

3

3

3

3

-

2

-

2

4

4

3

2

4

4

4

4

2

3

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

1

TOTAL

12

2

24

38

24

CORE: 15UNITS, ELECTIVE:7 UNITS, GSE: 2

UNITS,TOTAL = 24 UNITS


ND II FIRST SEMESTER

CODE

COURSE TITTLE

STATUS

L

T

P

CH

CU

ARC 217

ARC 211

ARC 214

CEC 211

GNS 211

MTH 211

MEC 211

BLD 215

COM 211

CEC 212

Siwes

Architectural Design I

History Architecture III

Mechanical Workshop Practice

Citizenship Education II

Trigonometry and Analytical Geometry

Mechanics and Dynamics

Building Service & Equipment

Introduction to Computer Studies

Wood Workshop Practice

Core

Core

Core

Elective

Elective

Elective

Elective

Elective

Elective

Elective

-

1

1

-

2

1

1

1

1

-

-

-

1

-

-

1

1

1

-

-

-

6

-

2

-

-

-

-

3

2

-

7

2

2

2

2

2

2

4

2

0

3

2

1

2

2

2

2

2

1

TOTAL

7

4

13

27

19

CORE: 5UNITS. ELECTIVE 12 UNITS, GSE: 2UNITS, TOTAL = 24UNITS

ND II SECOND SEMESTER

CODE

COURSE TITTLE

STATUS

L

T

P

CH

CU

ARC 221

ARC 222

ARC 223

ARC 225

EED 226

ARC 227

CEC 221

MTH 221

GNS 202

GNS 225

Architectural Design Project

Architectural Graphics IV

Building Construction IV

Introduction to Building Climatology

Practice of Entrepreneurship

Computer Application to Architecture

Strength of Materials

Calculus

Communication in English I

Principles of Economics

Core

Core

Core

Core

Core

Core

Elective

Elective

GNS

Elective

2

1

2

2

1

1

1

1

2

2

-

-

-

-

-

-

1

1

-

-

5

3

2

-

2

3

-

-

-

-

7

4

4

2

2

4

2

2

2

2

4

2

3

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

TOTAL

15

2

15

32

23


SUMMARY

COURSE STATUS

FIRST SEMESTER

SECOND SEMESTER

THIRD SEMESTER

FOURTH SEMESTER

TOTAL

CORE

14

15

5

15

49

ELECTIVE

8

7

12

6

33

GSE

2

2

2

2

08

TOTAL

24

24

24

19

90

GRADUATING REQUIREMENTS

CORE = 49.0sc.u; ELECTIVE = 21.0c.u and GSE (English Language) = 4; TOTAL= 74

HND PROGRAM COURSE STRUCTURE

HND I FIRST SEMESTER

S/NO

CODE

COURSE TITLE

STATUS

L

T

S/P

CH

CU

1

ARC 311

Architectural Design I

CORE

1

-

6

7

4.0

2.

MEC 312

Construction Methods I

CORE

2

-

-

2

2.0

3.

ARC 313

Architectural Detailing I

CORE

1

-

2

3

2.0

4.

ARC 314

Architectural Delineation I

CORE

2

-

-

2

2.0

5.

ARC 315

Computer Application in Architecture I

CORE

1

-

2

3

2.0

6.

ARC 316

Site Planning

CORE

2

-

-

2

2.0

7.

EED 316

Entrepreneurship Development I

CORE

-

-

3

3

1.0

8.

LIB 311

Use of Library

CORE

1

-

-

2

0.0

9.

ARC 317

Principle of Landscape Design

ELECTIVE

1

-

-

1

1.0

10.

ARC 318

Theory of Structure

ELECTIVE

2

-

-

2

2.0

11.

MTH 311

Advance Algebra

ELECTIVE

2

-

-

2

2.0

12.

GNS 301

Use of English II

G

2

-

-

2

2.0

13.

GNS 320

Outline History of Africa

G

2

-

-

2

2.0

TOTAL

19

-

14

33

24.0

SUMMARY: Core = 15 units; Elective = 5 Units; G = 4 units; TOTAL = 24 Units


HND I SECOND SEMESTER

S/NO

CODE

COURSE TITLE

STATUS

L

T

S/P

CH

CU

1

ARC 321

Architectural Design II

CORE

1

-

6

7

4.0

2.

ARC 322

Construction Methods II

CORE

2

-

-

2

2.0

3.

ARC 323

Architectural Detailing II

CORE

1

-

2

3

2.0

4.

ARC 324

Architectural Delineation II

CORE

2

-

-

2

2.0

5.

ARC 325

Computer Application in Architecture II

CORE

1

-

2

3

2.0

6.

ARC 326

Architectural Structures

CORE

2

-

-

2

2.0

7.

ARC 327

Mechanical Building Services and Equipment

ELECTIVE

2

-

-

2

2.0

8.

ARC 328

Building Maintenance

ELECTIVE

2

-

-

2

2.0

9.

FAP 329

Methods and Materials of Painting

ELECTIVE

2

-

-

2

2.0

10.

MHT 321

Advance Calculus

ELECTIVE

2

-

-

2

2.0

11.

GNS 302

Communication in English II

G

2

-

-

2

2.0

TOTAL

17

-

16

38

24.0

SUMMARY: Core = 14 units; Elective = 8 Units; G = 2 units; TOTAL = 24 Units

HND II FIRST SEMESTER

S/NO

CODE

COURSE TITLE

STATUS

L

T

S/P

CH

CU

1

ARC 411

Architectural Design III

CORE

1

-

6

7

4.0

2.

ARC 412

Construction Drawing I

CORE

1

-

2

3

2.0

3.

ARC 413

Specification Writing

CORE

2

-

-

2

2.0

4.

ARC 414

Building Climatology

CORE

2

-

-

2

2.0

5.

ARC 415

Computer Aided Design and Drafting I

CORE

1

-

2

3

2.0

6.

ARC 416

Application of Building Materials

ELECTIVE

2

-

-

2

2.0

7.

ARC 417

Electrical Building Service

ELECTIVE

2

-

-

2

2.0

8.

MTH 411

Numerical Methods

ELECTIVE

2

-

-

2

2.0

9.

GNS 311

Technical Report Writing

G

2

-

-

2

2.0

10.

GNS 323

Introduction to Psychology

G

2

-

-

2

2.0

11.

GNS 401

Lit App & Oral Comp.

G

2

-

-

2

2.0

TOTAL

19

-

10

29

24.0

SUMMARY: Core = 12 units; Elective = 6 Units; GSE = 6 units; TOTAL = 24 Units

HND II SECOND SEMESTER

S/NO

CODE

COURSE TITLE

STATUS

L

T

S/P

CH

CU

1

ARC 421

Architectural Design Project and Report

CORE

1

-

8

9

5.0

2.

ARC 422

Construction Drawing II

CORE

2

-

2

4

3.0

3.

ARC 423

Introduction to Professional Administration

CORE

2

-

-

2

2.0

4.

ARC 425

Computer Aided Design and Drafting II

CORE

1

-

3

4

2.0

5.

EED 426

Entrepreneurship Development II

CORE

-

-

3

3

1.0

6.

ARC 427

Introduction to Human Settlement and Housing

ELECTIVE

2

-

-

2

2.0

7.

ARC 428

Estimating and Tendering

ELECTIVE

2

-

-

2

2.0

8.

ARC 429

Law of Building Contract

ELECTIVE

2

-

-

2

2.0

TOTAL

11

-

17

28

19.0

SUMMARY: Core = 13 units; Elective = 6 Units; GSE = 0 units; TOTAL = 19 Units

COURSE STATUS

FIRST SEMESTER

SECOND SEMESTER

THIRD SEMESTER

FOURTH SEMESTER

TOTAL

CORE

15

14

12

13

54

ELECTIVE

5

8

6

6

25

GS

4

2

6

-

12

TOTAL

24

24

24

19

91

REQUIREMENTS FOR GRADUATION

Student must pass all core courses, at least 17c,u of electives and 8.0c.u of GS i.e

CORE = 54.0sc.u; ELECTIVE = 17.0c.u and GSE (English Language) =