Programme Development Resource Persons

President Lukong Cornelius Fai, DSc. Professor, Condensed Matter Physics, The University of Bamenda
Vice President           Tabod Charles Tabod, PhD Associate Professor, Geophysics, The University of Bamenda
Member             Fautso Kuiate Gaétan, PhDSenior Lecturer, Mechanics, The University of Bamenda



         I.1 Permanent Lecturers

Lukong Cornelius Fai DSc.Professor, Condense matter Physics
Fautso Kuiate Gaétan PhD, Head of DepartmentSenior Lecturer, Mechanics
Bogning Jean Roger PhDSenior Lecturer, Mechanics and Optic fiber
Yamgoue Serge Bruno PhDSenior Lecturer, Chaos and Nonlinear Dynamics
Nana Bonaventure PhDSenior Lecturer, Electronics and solid state Physics


I.2 Visiting Lecturers

Pelap Francois Beceau PhDAssociate Professor, Mechanics, University of Dschang
Dikande Alain Moise PhDSenior Lectuere, Condensed matter Physics, University of Buea
TChoffo Martin PhDSenior Lecturer, Condensed Matter Physics, University of Dschang





The Department of Physics at the Higher Teacher Training College of the University of Bamenda, along with its commitment to the promotion, advancement and dissemination of knowledge in the field of education with the excitement and challenge of forefront research, is actively involved in outreach and professional development of teachers and excelling in research in areas in which the Department offers Programmes.

The Undergraduate Programme consists of a focused physics Secondary Teacher Education Programme (STEP) combined with research. The Bachelor degree and DIPES I prepares a student for a career in the public and private sectors or for continuing education in physics, physics education, engineering and many other fields. The STEP is an extended Programme of study leading to certification and degree. Generally, eligibility for admission to the STEP requires an entrance examination.


It is widely recognised that the provision of higher level skills to students of all ages prepares them with the adaptability to thrive in the new order. A strong foundation in higher education is essential to achieve long-term objectives of human capital development as a key enabling factor in the pursuit of prosperity and a sustainable national economy.

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