List of Courses in Federal College of Education, Kontagora (FCEKG) 2022/2023

This is the official list of courses and departments available in the Federal College Of Education Kontagora (FCEKG).

Courses / Departments in FCEKG

  • Agricultural Science
  • Agricultural Science and Education
  • Arabic / Christian Regional Studies
  • Arabic / English
  • Arabic / French
  • Arabic / Hausa
  • Arabic / Igbo
  • Arabic / Islamic Studies
  • Arabic / Social Studies
  • Arabic / Yoruba
  • Biology / Chemistry
  • Biology / Integrated Science
  • Biology / Mathematics
  • Biology / Physics
  • Business Education
  • Chemistry / Integrated Science
  • Chemistry / Mathematics
  • Chemistry / Physics
  • Christian Religious Studies / English
  • Christian Religious Studies / French
  • Christian Religious Studies / Hausa
  • Christians Religion Studies / Social Studies
  • Christians Religion Studies / Yoruba
  • Computer Science Education / Integrated Science
  • Computer Science Education / Mathematics
  • Education and Arabic
  • Education and Biology
  • Education and Chemistry
  • Education and Christian Religious Studies
  • Education and English Language
  • Education and Hausa
  • Education and Integrated Science
  • Education and Islamic Studies
  • Education and Mathematics
  • Education and Physics
  • Education and Social Studies
  • English / French
  • English / Hausa
  • English / Igbo
  • English / Integrated Science
  • English / Islamic Studies
  • English / Mathematics
  • English / Social Studies
  • English / Yoruba
  • Fine And Applied Art
  • French / Social Studies
  • French / Hausa
  • French / Igbo
  • French / Yoruba
  • Hausa / Igbo
  • Hausa / Social Studies
  • Hausa / Yoruba
  • Home Economics
  • Home Economics and Education
  • Igbo / Social Studies
  • Igbo / Yoruba
  • Integrated Science / Mathematics Education
  • Integrated Science / Physics
  • Integrated Science / Yoruba
  • Islamic Studies / Social Studies
  • Islamic Studies / Yoruba
  • Mathematics / Physics
  • Mathematics / Social Studies
  • Physical and Health Education
  • Political Science / Social Studies
  • Social Studies / Yoruba

Conclusions

The college was established in about 1958 and was created to produce qualified manpower in the Nigerian education sector.

The focus was on the production of teachers to take roles in secondary schools across Nigeria. The trained her student’s discipline and academic excellence. Students in the college are also trained in morals and research.

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