It came after the commission lifted its moratorium on part-time programmes with effect from October 7, said the university’s director of corporate affairs and communications, Dr Ayobami Owolabi.
The commission wanted schools’ full disclosure on part-time programmes.
Some 22 federal and state universities have indicated they run part-time programmes—alongside six private universities, including Lead City.
With the approval, Lead City continues part-time teaching in 10 academic programmes, targeting young adolescents and adult working class.
“The university recognizes the need to accommodate the time constraints of individuals and therefore, provides flexibility by allowing for a choice between part-time and full-time studies,” said Owolabi.