The edict establishing Bingham University, Karu, was enacted in 2005. The University took off during the 2005/2006 Academic session at ECWA Theology Seminary, Jos, as its temporary campus with students in the Faculty of Science and Technology, Humanities, Social and Management Science and College of Medicine.
Faculty of Science and Technology is one of the pioneer and leading Academic Faculty in Bingham University and among the highly rated few faculties in the entire University in terms of excellence.
The Faculty is made up of six (6) Departments that are fully accredited by the National Universities Commission (NUC) which includes Biochemistry, Biological Sciences, Chemical Sciences, Computer Science, Physics and Mathematics. Each of the Departments in the Faculty has areas of specialization at postgraduate level.
Guided by the University’s philosophy of “creating Christ-centered graduates”, the programs are designed to produce Christian-based God-fearing graduates who appreciate science as the index of world/human development, the centrality of Science and Technology to human well-being, as well as its inevitable linkage to, and interactions with, other branches of knowledge.