This was disclosed in a bulletin released by the institution on Wednesday.
According to the bulletin, programmes like Law, Accounting, Banking and Finance, Theatre Art, Music, Physiology, Physical and Health Education have been granted full accreditation.
Similarly, terminal and academic masters of Business Administration, Human Resources and Personnel Management and Public Administration were also accredited.
Programmes that were denied accreditation in the undergraduate level include Business Administration, English, French, Philosophy and Yoruba were denied accreditation while in the postgraduate level Masters of Public Administration was not accredited.
It was also stated that programmes like Insurance, Electronics, Computer Engineering and Mechanical Engineering were placed on interim accreditation.