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1.0          NAME OF THE PROGRAMME – B.Sc. (Ed) Business Education

 

                PROGRAMME CODE – 4212

 

2.0          PHILOSOPHY, AIM AND OBJECTIVES OF THE PROGRAMME 

 

2.1          A Brief History of the Development of B.Sc. Ed. Business Education

 

B.Sc. Ed. Business Education did not commence with the first set of programmes at the commencement of academic programmes in the university in 2003/2004 academic year.  The programme was thought of as a result of the need assessment embarked upon by the institution.  Thereafter, the school of education was mandated to establish the programme.  Upon the mandate, a specialist (Prof.Inegbedion, Juliet Obhajajie) in the programme was sort and employed to develop the Outline Programme Proposal (OPP) in line with NUC benchmark.  The OPP was presented by the officer in charge (Prof .Inegbedion, Juliet Obhajajie) before the School Board Meeting for deliberation.  At its approval at the School Board Meeting, it was presented by the Dean, School of Education to Senate where the OPP earned its approval.  Thereafter, the Detailed Programme Proposal (DPP) was presented and deliberated upon at the School Board Meeting before presenting it to the Senate for final approval.  Upon approval, the first set of course materials were developed for commencement of the programme, which took off in 2005/2006 academic session.  Following this, NUC approval to run the programme was obtained 15th April, 2008.

 

2.2          Philosophy

 

The University Philosophy

 

To enhance access for all who seek knowledge to continuous educational development irrespective of location, number, age and time through the distance learning mode.

 

                The Programme Philosophy

 

The philosophy for Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.Ed.) in Business Education aims at a complete development of the individual student teachers irrespective of time and physical distance (space) to make them effective business teachers, and high calibre professionals in business establishment. The student shall be provided with functional, flexible learning and cost-effectiveness which will make the student to have quality and life-long knowledge in business education.

 

2.3          Aim

 

The programme aims at a complete development of the individual student teachers to make them effective business teachers in teaching marketing, accounting, management, Secretarial and other business areas including integrated business courses such as business studies; and high calibre professionals in business establishments.

 

 

2.4          Objectives

 

The objectives of the programme are as follows:

 

  • The programme objectives for B.Sc. (Ed.) shall be to assist the education sector by producing a committed and efficient breed of business education teachers for the junior and senior sections of the Nigerian Secondary Schools.

 

  • It shall produce business education teachers for open and distance education at the secondary schools levels in Nigeria

 

  • It is aimed at producing the manpower endowed with analytical and critical knowledge of the major factors in contemporary business world to influence the development of a virile economy.

 

  • It is to provide a course of instruction and all necessary facilities and exposure for the pursuit and acquisition of learning and knowledge for services to humanity.

 

  • It shall provide a lifelong learning for the students.

 

  • It shall also provide adequate educational foundation for interested graduates to pursue higher degree in business education or other relevant areas in education.

 

3.0          BASIC ADMISSION REQUIREMENT

                               

In addition to the general university entry requirements, applicants must meet the following requirements.

 

a)            Entry at 100 Level:

4 year programme – candidates must obtain 5 credit passes at G.C.E./WASC level, SSCE or merit in T.C. II including English Language and Mathematics in not more than two sittings.

 

b)            Direct Entry

i.              N.C.E. with an overall merit pass or above in related field, provided the candidate also has at least five credits or its equivalent including credit passes in Mathematics and English.

 

ii.             Diploma in any area of education provided the candidate also has at least five credits at ‘O’ level including English Language and Mathematics.

 

iii.            Holders of N.C.E./Diploma will spend three academic years while all others will spend minimum of four and maximum of eight years respectively

 

 

 

4.0          GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

 

    • For a four year education degree course, a minimum of 150 units should be required for graduation excluding GST credit units and must pass all core courses.
    • For a direct three year course, a minimum of 120 units should be required for graduation excluding GST credit units and must pass all core courses.

 

    • At the commencement of the programme, each student should be furnished with the information specifying the requirements for the award of the degree; and
    • The student must pass all core and GST courses offered during the duration of study.

 

4.1          Staff/Student Workload

 

  1. Every full-time student should be required to register for a minimum of 15 credit units per semester and a maximum of 24 credit units except for students on field experience.

 

  1. A full-time lecturer, on the other hand, should have a minimum online facilitation load of 8 credit units per semester. 

 

4.2          Degree Classification

 

                Degrees in Education is classified into three levels as follows:

 

1st Class Honour Degree with cumulative grade point average of 4.5 – 5 points.

2nd Class Honour Degree; Upper with Cumulative grade point average of 3.50 – 4.49, then 2nd Lower with cumulative grade point average of 2.40 – 3.49.

                3rd Class Degree with cumulative grade point average of 1.50 – 2.39.

 

See table 1 below for details:

 

4.3          Probation

 

A student whose cumulative Grade Point Average is below 1.50 at the point of a particular year of study earns a period of probation for one (1) year.

 

4.4          Withdrawal

 

Students whose cumulative grade point average is below 1.5 after probation year should be asked to withdraw from the programme.

 

4.5          Course Credit Unit System

 

This is a system of organisation of the curriculum in which courses are broken down into units and are examinable and for which students earn credit(s) if passed’.  The courses are assigned weights allied Credit Units. e.g. two credits units means two hours of online facilitation per week including practical.  The online class could be scheduled as synchronous or asynchronous.  The use of forum, class discussion and online contents will be utilized.

 

4.6          Grade Point Average and Cumulative Grade Point Average

 

Performance in any semester is reported in Grade Point Average.  This is the average of weighted grade points earned in the courses taken during the semester.  The Grade Point Average is obtained by multiplying the Grade Point Average in each course by the number of Credit Units assigned to that course, and then summing these up and dividing by the total number of Credit Units taken for the semester.

 

 

Table 1: SCORING AND GRADING SYSTEM

 

(i)

Credit Units

(ii)

Percentage Scores

(iii)

Letter Grade

(iv)

Grade Points

(GP)

(v)

Grade Point Average

(GPA)

(vi)

Cumulative Grade Point Average

(CGPA)

(vii)

Class of Degree

Vary according to contact hours assigned to each course per week per semester, and according to work load carried by students

 

70 – 100

 

 

60 – 69

 

 

50 – 59

 

 

45 – 49

 

40 – 44

 

  0 – 39

 

A

 

 

B

 

 

C

 

 

D

 

E

 

F

 

5

 

 

4

 

 

3

 

 

2

 

1

 

0

 

 

Derived by multiple i and iv and dividing by total Credit Units.

 

4.50-5.00

 

 

3.50-4.49

 

 

2.40-3.49

 

 

1.50-2.39

 

 

 

1st Class

 

 

2nd Class Upper

 

2nd Class Lower

 

Third Class

 

 

 

5.0          EVALUATION

 

                5.1.         Techniques of Students Assessment

 

The students shall be assessed through a combination of the following methods:

 

  1.   Written essay examination (pen on paper)
  2.   Computer based objectives examination
  3.   Essay assessment with the use of computer
  4.   Individual and group projects
  5.   Term paper/Presentation
  6.   Seminar presentation
  7.   Field experience assessments (SIWES)
  8.   Practical test

 

5.2          Continuous Assessment

 

The weighting of continuous assessment is 30% of the final grade, course by course.  The final grade of a student in a semester consists of two parts:

 

  1. final assessment grade and
  2. all assessments prior to final examination

 

These will include practical tests, tutor marked assignments and computer marked assignments.

 

                5.3          External Examination System

 

External Examiners shall be used to moderate final year courses, teaching practice and projects.

 

                5.4          SIWES Rating and Assessment

 

SIWES shall be 6 credit units for six months. Students are to have practical experience in the industry in business related job skills such as book keeping, recordkeeping, general office management, documentation, keyboarding and word processing, marketing strategies to promote business, stock taking, purchasing, e-business, effective Business Communication, auditing, leadership techniques etc for a period of six months.  The six months is divided into two – SIWES I will be three months and SIWES II another three months.  Students are to commence SIWES I immediately after their second semester examination in 300 Level, to run between October and January of the following year.  Students are to commence SIWES II immediately after first semester of 400 level, which will be between May and July except where there is a change in the university calendar.  Students will be supervised and graded to ensure compliance.  Supervision and monitoring will be organized by the university SIWES Directorate. 

 

                5.5          Students’ Evaluation of Courses

 

The students shall evaluate each course at the end of each semester.  The students shall evaluate the quality of course materials, facilitation, facilitator or course co-ordinator’s feedback, and learner support on the course.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

6.0          RESOURCE REQUIREMENT

 

For effective and efficient implementation of the programme, the following shall be provided:

 

6.1          Personnel

 

The following staffs are available for the implementation of the programme.

 

               

                6.1.1       Academic Staff

 

Name of Staff

Rank/Designation Salary Scale, date of first appointment

Qualification, dates obtained and specialization, membership of professional association and number of publications

Post Qualification Work/Teaching experience and date, post held and the organization

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

1.

Prof. Osuji, U.S.A,

(Dean) – Faculty of Edu

  • Professor/CONUASS7/

 

  • B.Ed. (Hons.) Elementary Education (UNICAL) 1989; M.Ed. Measurement & Evaluation (ABSU) 1993, Ph.D. Measurement & Evaluation (ABSU) 2000; PGDDE (IGNOU) 2006 and MADE Distance Education (IGNOU) 2007.
  • Specialised in Measurement and Evaluation.
  • Total Publications -  36
  1. Technical Teacher, Federal Govt College Okigwe (1983-1990).
  2. Education Officer, Federal Govt College Okigwe (1991-1994).
  3. Federal Senior Education Officer (1995-1998).
  4. Federal Principal Edu Officer (1999-2001).
  5. Asst. Chief. Edu Officer, Federal (2001-2003).
  6. Head of Dept, Technology, F.G.C. Okigwe (2002-2003)
  7. Course Coordinator, National Open University of Nigeria (2003-2008).
  8. Senior Lecturer, National Open University of Nigeria (2009 – Date)

2.

Prof. Ibrahim O. Salawu

– Faculty  of Edu

  • Professor/CONUASS7/
  • 1st appointment 2003, NOUN)
  • N.C.E. History/English (OSCE) 1982; B.Ed. History/English (UI) 1986; M.Ed. Educational Technology (UI) 1987; M.L.S. Library Science (UI) 1990; Ph.D Educational Technology (UI) 1999; P.G.D.D.E. (IGNOU) 2007.
  • Specialised in Educational Technology and Open & Distance Education.
  • Member, Nigeria Association for Educational Media and Technology (NAEMT); Member, Primary Education Studies Association of Nigeria (PESAN); Member, Open and Distance Learning Association of Nigeria; Member, e-Learning Network of Nigeria.
  • Number of Publications – 45
  1. Classroom Teacher: Queen of Apostles Primary School, Oluyoro, Oke-Ofa, Ibadan (1976-1977).
  2. Class Teacher:  St. Paul’s Primary School, Oyedeji via Ijaye (1978-1979).
  3. Class Teacher: Mbaterem Community Secondary School, Kyado, Benue State (1982-1983).
  4. Graduate Teacher:  Baptist High Schoool, Iwo (1978-1990).
  5. Principal Lecturer:  Oyo State College of Education, Oyo State (1990-2003).
  6. Associate Professor:  NOUN (2003-2011).
  7. Professor: NOUN (2011 to Date)

3.

Prof. Okonkwo, C. A.,

– Faculty of Edu

  • Professor/CONUASS 7.
  • 1st appointment in 2003 (NOUN)
  • N.C.E.Maths/Physics (IMT ENUGU) 1982, B.Sc. (Ed) Physics (UNICAL) 1988, M.Sc. Physics (UNILAG) 2008, M.Ed. Measurement & Evaluation (ABSU) 1993, Certificate in Computer Programming (UNIPORT) 1998, Ph.D. Measurement & Evaluation (ABSU) 2004.
  • Specialized in measurement and evaluation and physics.
  • Member of International Association for Educational Assessment (IAEA), African Council for Distance Education (ACDE), Science Teachers Association of Nigeria (STAN).

 

 

  1. National Open University of Nigeria (Lecturer, 2003-Date)
  2. National Institute of Nigerian Languages, Aba (Tutor,1996-2003).
  3. Prince Memorial High School, Onitsha, Anambra State (Physics subject head, 1993-1996)
  4. Metropolitan Secondary school, Onitsha, Anambra State (Physics subject head, 1990-1993)
  5. Girs Secondary Commercial School, Aba, Imo State (Physics subject head, 1983-1990)

4.

Prof. Inegbedion, Juliet Obhajajie–Facultyl of Edu

  • Professor/CONUASS 7/2
  • 1st appointment in July 2005 (NOUN)
  • N.C.E. Secretarial Studies (Agbor) 1987, B.Sc.Ed Business Education (UNIBEN) 1994, P.G.D. Manpower Economics and Planning (UNILAG) 1999, M.Ed. Curriculum Studies – Educational Technology (UNILAG) 2002, M.Ed. Business Education (UNIBEN) 2004, M.B.A., Management (Akungba) 2004, Ph.D Educational Planning (UNIBEN) 2012, Certificate in Designing and Facilitating E-Learning (OPNZ) 2014
  • Specialized in Educational Planning, Business Education, Instructional Design, e-learning and ODL.
  • Member, Association of Business Education of Nigeria (MABEN); Member, Teachers Registration Council of Nigeria &Fellow of Institute of Administration of Nigeria.
  • Number of publication is  28
  1. Master III Business Studies Teacher: Edeki Grammar School, Otuo, Edo State (1988-1992)
  2. Master II Business Studies Teacher: Eguare Secondary School, Ekpoma, Edo State (1992-1996)
  3. Lecturer:  Delta State University, Lagos Centre (1997-2002).
  4. Lecturer:  Lagos State University, Anthony Village Campus (2002-2005).
  5. Lecturer I: National Open University of Nigeria (2005-2012).
  6. Senior Lecturer: National Open University of Nigeria (2013-Date)

5.

Prof. Ojo Olugbenga David

– Faculty of Edu

  •  Professor

CONUASS 7

  • 1st Appointment – 2005, NOUN
  • NCE Mathematics/Statistics (The Polytechnic, Ibadan) 1984; B.Ed Educational Guidance and Counselling Psychology (UNILORIN) 1988; M.A  Educational Guidance and Counselling Psychology (OAU, Ife) 992; and  Ph.D Educational Guidance and CounsellingPsychology (OAU, Ife) 2000
  • Specialised in Educational Guidance and Counselling Psychology.
  • Member, Counselling Association of Nigeria; Member, Institute of Personnel Mgt.
  • Total Publication - 24
  1. Guidance Counselling/Registrar, Moremi High School OAU, Ife. (1989-1992)
  2. Male Counsellor/Researcher, Faronconsult, 8 Olakunleselesi Crescent, Ajao Estate, Lagos (1992-1994).
  3. Human Resources Manager, First House Limited, 47 FaramobiAjike Street, Anthony Village, Lagos (1994-1996).
  4. Principal, Focus High School, Ipetumodu, Osun State (1999-2000).
  5. Lecturer/Supervisor, Guidance &Counselling Practicum, Sandwich  Programme, Dept of Edu. Foundation, Faculty of Education, Lagos State University, Ojo(2000-2004)
  6. Psychology Lecturer, (OAU Teaching Hospital Complex (2001-2004)
  7. Learner Support Officer/Deputy Exam Officer , NOUN, (2005-2007)
  8. Ag. Director, Directorate of Examinations and Assessment, NOUN, (2007-2009)
  9. Senior Lecturer, School of Edu, NOUN (2009-2014)
  10. Associate Professor, RETRIDAL, NOUN (2014-Date)

6.

Dr. F. F. Fatimayin

– Faculty of Edu

  • Associate Professor

CONUASS 6

 

  • Grade II Teachers’ Cert. (BTC, Bauchi) 1977; N.C.E. English/History (College of Edu, ABU, kano) 1982; B. Ed. Language Arts (ABU, Zaria) 1986; M.Ed. English Lang. Education (UNILORIN) 2004; Ph.D. English Language Education (UNILORIN) 2010.
  • Specialised in English language Education.
  • Member, Reading Association of Nigeria, RAN; Member, Nigeria English Studies Association (NESA); and Member, African Council for Distance Education (ACDE).
  • Total Publications – 17
  1. NYSC Classroom Teacher, Baptist Girls’ High School, Mopa, Kogi State (1982-1983).
  2. Classroom Teacher, ECWA Secondary School, Mopa, Kogi State (1983-1984).
  3. Classroom Teacher, Alu Community High School, Alu, Kogi State (1989-1990).
  4. Classroom Teacher, ECWA Sec. Schl, Mopa, Kogi State (1990-1992).
  5. Classroom Teacher & VP, Cruise memorial College, Mopa, Kogi State (1992-2010)
  6. Part-time Lecturer, University of Ilorin, Ilorin (2007-2009).
  7. National Open University of Nigeria (June 2010-Date)

7.

Dr. Mrs. O. M. Osikomaiya– Faculty of Edu-

 Senior Lecturer

  • Phd. English Language

Education (2013);

  • M.Ed Language Education (2003); B.Ed, English Education (1997);
  • NCE Social Studies (1991).
  • HOD, Art and Social Sciences Education
  •  

8.

Prof.  Samuel O. Ogundiran

– Faculty  of Edu

Professor

  • B.A. Ed  Educational Administration (UniLag) 1996; M.Ed. Educational Administration (UniLag) 1998;
  • Ph.D Educational Administration (UniLag) 2008.
  • Specialised in Educational Administration.
  • Total Publications – 79

 

9.

Prof. (Mrs) Beatrice I. Ajufo

–  Faculty  of Edu

Professor

CONUASS 7

 

  • N.C.E. History/CRS. (FCOE, Katsina) 1984; B. A. History Education (BSU, Abraka Campus)1991; M. Ed. Guidance Counselling (U.I) 1997;  Dip. Cert., in Computer Tech. & Application (U.I. Consultancy Unit) 2002; Ph. D. Counselling Psychology (U.I) 2003.
  • Specialised in Guidance and Counselling.
  • Member, Counselling Association of Nigeria (CASSON); Member, African Council for Distance Education (ACDE); Member, Teachers’ Registration Council of (TRC); Member, Nigerian Women in Academics (NWIA); Member, Nigerian Psychological Association (NPA).

 

  1. Education Officer, Federal Ministry of Education, Abuja (1986-2006).
  2. Lecturer, Tai Solarin University of Eduation, Ijebu-Ode, Ogun State (2006-2010).
  3. Lecturer I, National Open University of Nigeria (2010-2013)
  4. Senior Lecturer,

National Open University of Nigeria (2014-Date)

 

10.

Prof. Ukwueze A. C.

–Faculty of Edu

  • Professor

CONUASS 7

 

  • B.Sc. Ed. Geography (OAU) 1987;  M.Ed. Guidance &Counselling (Unilag) 1990; Ph.D Guidance & Counseling (Ebonyi State University) 2010.
  • Specialised in Guidance and Counseling.
  • Member, Teachers’ Registration Council of Nigeria (TRCN); Member, Counselling Association of Nigeria (CASSON); Member, Nigeria Society for Educational Psychologists (NISEP); and Member, Association of Nigerian Teachers (ASSONT).
  • Total Publication – 41

Lecturer 1, National Open University of Nigeria (Nov 2011 – Date)

11.

Dr. Opateye

Johson A.

– Faculty of Edu

Associate Professor

  • Ph.D- Educational Evaluation – Chemistry (UI) 2009; PGD- Computer Science (Epkoma) 2000; M.Ed. – Curriculum Studies - Chemistry (UNILAG) 1992; B.Sc.(Ed.) Chemistry (Ife) 1982.
  • Specialised in Educational Evaluation, Educational Research and Statistics.
  • Member, African Council for Distance Education (ACDE); Member, Teachers Registration Council of Nigeria; Member, Computer Association of Nigeria (COAN); Member, Nigeria Institute of Management (NIM); Member, Science Teachers Association of Nigeria (STAN); and Member.
  • Total Publications – 22
  1. Lecturer II, National Open university of Nigeria (2011 – Date).
  2. Lecturer I, St Augustine’s College of Education (Project Time) Akoka Lagos (July – Nov 2011);
  3. V.P Administration, Albesta Academy, Lekki, Lagos (Aug 2006 – July 2010)
  4. Chemistry and Computer Teacher, Command Day School, Odogbo Cantonment, Ojoo, Ibadan (2001 – July 2006).
  5. Chemistry/Integrated science teacher/HOD – Science Dept, Ministry of Edu, Lagos State (1988-1992)

12.

Dr. S.S. Afolabi

– Faculty of Edu

  • Associate Professor

CONUASS 6

 

  • Ph.D Teacher Education (Maths) U.I. (2010); M.Ed Mathematics Education (U.I.) (2001);PGD Statistics (U.I.)  (1998);B.Sc (Hons) Education Mathematics (UniLag, 1989).
  • Specialised in Mathematics Education.
  • Member, Teacher Registration Council; Member, Colleges of Education Academic Staff Union; Member Mathematical Association of Nigeria (MAN); Member, Science Teachers’ Association of Nigeria (STAN).
  • Total Publications -  17
  1. Teacher, The International School, UI, Ibadan 91994-1996).
  2. Part-Time Lecturer, Osun State College of Education, ila-Orangun (2004-2005).
  3. Lecturer, Emmanuel Alayande College of Education, Oyo. Lanlate Campus Lanlate 92005-2013)
  4. Lecturer 1, National Open University of Nigeria (Dec. 2013-Date)

13

Mr. Liadi Hakeem Olaniyi

– Faculty of Edu

Lecturer I

  • N.C.E. Business Education (SACOED) 1997; B.Sc. Ed. Business Education (UNIBEN) 2003; and M.Ed. Business Education (UNIBEN) 2009
  • Specialised in Business Education.

 

  1. Classroom Teacher - NYSC, Government Technical College, Bafarawa, Sokoto State (2004).
  2. Higher Executive Officer (HEO), Iseyin Local Government, Oyo State (2005-June 2013)
  3. Assistant Lecturer, National Open University of Nigeria  (July 2013 – Date)

14.

Dr. Wada, Bitrus Zira

– Faculty of Edu

Lecturer I

Ph.D. 2015

M.Ed. Ind.Tech Edu: 2006

B.TechEdu,            2001

NCE.  (Elect Elect)

Member- Teacher Registration Council of Nigeria

  •  

15.

Dr. Awonuga

– Faculty of Edu

Lecturer II

Ph.D., 2020

M.Ed. Vocational  Technical Education, 2007

 B.Sc. Industrial Tec 1997

 

Specializes in Vocational Technical Education

 

  • Electrical Technician- Nigeria National Paper Manufacturing Company Iwopin.
  • Class Teacher – Ago Iwoye Secondary School, 1987-1989
  • Class Teacher-  Luba Comprehensive High School, Ijeu Ode,
  • Electrical Installation – Government Science and Technical College

16.

Prof. Adesina-UthmanGaniyat A

– Faculty of Social. Sci.

Professor

  • PhD (Financial Economics, U.P.M, Malaysia) 2011; M.Sc. Finance (IIUM, Malaysia) 2005;  ACMA (2007);  FMNES (2005); H.N.D. Banking & Finance (Fed. Poly, Ede, Nigeria) 1998).
  • Specialised in Financial Economics.
  • Total Publications – 31
  1. Financial Fellow 1, Crescent University, Abeokuta (2006-2007).
  2. Graduate Teaching Assistant Lecturer, Islamic University Malaysia (2004 – 2005)

17.

Professor Okoro,James

Professor

  • Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D) Business Education 2012NnamdiAzikiwe University, Awka
  • Master of Education  (M.Ed.) Business Education  2008University of Benin , Benin City.
  • Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D) Educational Administration 2005 University of Port Harcourt, Port Harcourt
  • Bachelor of Science (B.Sc) Business Edu. (Secretarial Studies)   1992

 

 

  • Chairman Examination Monitoring Delsu Affiliate Programme, Mosogar, 2020
  • Member, University Pool Buses 2020
  • Faculty Representative to Faculty of Arts 2019 - Date

 

  • Faculty of Education Representative to Senate 2017
  • VC Representative, Academic Staff Promotion Faculty of Arts 2016-Date

 

18.

Dr. (Mrs.) Chinedu Okoro

Uniben

Lecturer II

  • PhD. Business Education, 2016
  • M.Ed. Business Education, 2007
  • B.Sc. (Ed) Business Education, 1997

Total Publications - 6

  • Typist II, College of Medical Science, University of Benin, 1982-1989
  • Senior Typist, Department of Electrical/Electronic Engineering, UNIBEN, 1989-2003
  • Senior Typist, 1993
  • Confidential Secretary II, 1994
  • Confidential Secretary I, 1994-2003

19

Dr.  Abdullahi S. Araga

Faculty of Mgt. Sci.

Senior Lecturer

  • PhD. Banking & Finance (Ebonyi)) 2016
  • M.Sc.  Finance (Calabar) 2006
  • M.Sc. Bus. Admn. (Zaria) 1994
  • B.Sc.  Bus. Admn. (Zaria) 2002,

 

  • Education Officer11, Ministry of Education, Ilorin, 1984 --1998
  • Lecturer , AbubakarTafawaBalewa University, Zaria 1998 -1999
  • Associate Consultant/Part-Time Lecturer, Nigeria institute of Management, Abuja Office, 2001- 2006

20.

Dr. Bakare –Aremu, Tunde Abubakar

– Faculty of Social  Sci.

Lecturer I

  • PhD. Economics (Unilag) 2016 M.Sc. Economics (Unilag) 2007
  • B.Sc. Economics (Zaria) 2002,
  • HND. Mathematics 1999
  • ND. Mathematics

 

  • Teaching Assistance, University of Lagos.
  •  Lecturer Al- Hikmah University 201
  •  Graduate Fellow ,2016

21.

Dr. Emmanuel Ifeanyi AJUDUA

Faculty of Social  Sci.

Lecturer I

  • PhD. Economics (IMSU) 2016
  • M.Sc. Economics (IMSU) 2010
  • B.Sc. Economics (Madonna) 2005
  • Total Publications - 27

 

  • Enago-NUC National Workshop on Publishing by Researchers, November2017

22.

Dr. Akeem Babatunde DISU

Fac of Science & Tech

Lecturer  I

  • Ph.D. Mathematics – 1016
  • M.Sc. Mathematics- 2010
  • B.Sc. Mathematics – 2006

Specialized in Mathematics

 

  • Class Teacher
  • Letter of commendation, Faculty of Science, 20
  • Letter of commendation, Faculty of Science, 2019

 

23.

Prof. S. O. Ajibola

–  Faculty of Sci. & Tech.

Professor

  • Ph.D (Federal University of Tech, Akure) 2009; M.Sc. Applied Mathematics (University of Ilorin) 1998; B.Sc. Pure and Applied Mathematics (LASU) 1994; WASC, 1986.
  • Specialised in Applied Mathematics.
  • Member, Nigerian Mathematical Society; Member, Mathematics Association of Nigeria; Member, National Association of mathematical Physics.
  • Total Publications – 30
  • Lecturer III, Lagos State Polytechnic, Ikorodu, Lagos (1999-2002).
  • Lecturer II, OlabisiOnabanjo University, Ago-Iwoye (2002-2006).
  • Part-Time Lecturer, DLI Lagos (2008-2011).
  • Part-Time Lecturer, LASU (2004-2012)
  • Lecture I, NOUN (2006-2010).

 

24.

ISHOLA Christie Yemisi

Faculty of Sci. & Tech.

Lecturer I

  • Ph.D. – In view
  • M.Sc.- 2008
  • B.Sc.  (Ed) - 1992
  • Class Teacher – C.C.H.S. Ilara- Mokin, Ondo State.1993- 1994
  • Education Officer- Mariam Babangida Girls Science College, Minna, Niger State.-1994 1995
  • Education Officer- Mariam Babangida Girls Science College, Minna, Niger State.,1995-1996

 

25

Dr. Adegbola, Eunice Abimbola Faculty of Mgt. Sci.

Lecturer I

  • PhD. Marketing, 2020
  • M.Sc. Advertising & Marketing , 2016
  • MBA, 2012

 

  • B.Sc. Marketing, 2010

Total Publications - 2

  • Assistant Examination officer, School of Management Sciences(2009 - 2010)
  • Class Teacher- NYSC: Biology and Agricultural science Teacher at Molete Secondary School, Ibadan, Oyo State (1998 - 1999)
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Mr. Anthony I. Ehiagwina

–  Faculty of Mgt. Sci.

Lecturer I

  • M.Sc Accounting (Uniben) 2008; B.Sc. Accounting (Uniben) 2002; Diploma in Accounting (Uniben) 1998.
  • Specialised in Accounting.
  • Total Publications – 7
  1. Teacher, OAK Business School, Lagos (2010)
  2. Lecturer, Bells University of Technology, Ota (2010-2011).
  3. Assistant Lecturer, National Open University of Nigeria (2011-Date)

27

Dr. David Seyi

Lecturer II

  • PhD. Business Education, 2019
  • M.Ed. Business Education, 2016
  • B.Sc. (Ed) Business Education, 2009

Total Publications – 13

  • Class Teacher- Government Day Secondary School, Kpege, Mokwa, Niger State
  • Assistant Lecturer (NYSC) Niger State College of Education, Department of Business Education, 2011 -2012
  • External Examiner- NECO 2012 -2015

28

Dr. Friday  Okafor Onamson

Faculty of Law

Lecturer II

  • PhD. Commercial Law, ABU Zaria, 2016
  • Master of Law (LL.M) , ABU Zaria, 2010
  • Bachelor of Laws, ABU Zaria, 2006
  • HND. Federal Polytechnic Bida, 1993

Total Publication- 6

  • Consultant- The Purehearts Law Consulting. July 2012- present

 

 

29

Dr. Arthur Okorayo AJA

Facilitator

  • B.Sc Vocational Business Education,
  • M.Ed Business Education,
  • Ph.D Business Education
  • Instructional/ Tutorial Facilitator

30

Dr. Yusuf EMMANUEL

Facilitator

  • B.Sc.(Ed) Business Education,
  • M.Ed Educational Administration, M.Ed Business Education,
  • Ph.D Business Education
  • Instructional/ Tutorial Facilitator

31.

Dr. (Mrs.) Patience Ewomaoghene OKORO

Facilitator

  • PhD . BUSINESS EDUCATION,
  • M.ED BUSINESS EDUCATION, B.SC (ED.)
  • BUSINESS EDUCATION
  • Instructional/ Tutorial Facilitator

32.

Dr. Kyrian Ibi MFAM

Facilitator

  • B.Sc (Ed) Business Education,
  •  M.Ed. Business Education,
  •  Ph.D. Business Education 
  • Instructional/ Tutorial Facilitator

33

Dr. Temitayo Abosede AKINYELE

Facilitator

  • B.Sc Business Education,
  • M.Ed Curriculum and Instruction,
  • M.Ed Business Education,
  •  Ph.D Business Education.
  • Instructional/ Tutorial Facilitator

34

Dr. Robert Asuelimen Otoijeaghale ESENE

Facilitator

  • B.Ed. Business Education,
  • M.Ed. Business Education
  • M.Ed. (Educational Management),
  • Ph.D. Business Education

Instructional/ Tutorial Facilitator

35

Dr. Godwin Onnoh ONAJITE

Facilitator

  • NCE Business Studies
  • B.Sc.(Ed) Business Education,
  • M.Ed. Business Education,
  • Ph.D. Business Education
  • Instructional/ Tutorial Facilitator

36

Dr. Kenneth Chinedu  EKWUE

Facilitator

  • Ph.D Business education,
  • M.Sc Business education
  • Certificate in information communication Technology,
  • MBA
  • accounting, certificate in computer in business education,
  • N.C.E business education,

Instructional/ Tutorial Facilitator

 

6.1.2.      Facilitators

 

Facilitation is both online and face-to-face.  The academic staff in 6.1.2.constitute about 99% of those facilitating the courses online.  The online facilitation may be augmented with face-to-face facilitation at the centres.  The appointment of facilitators is based on qualification and area of specialisation, which is subject to change and review.

 

6.1.3.      Non-Academic Staff in the School

S/N

Name

Qualification

Rank

1

Mr Salam Oladapo

Master,(Public and International Affairs), B.A., (Philosophy), Associate, CIPM

Admin Officer I/ CONTIS 8/3

2

Mrs. AdisaTemitope

SSCE , OND (Hotel &Catering Management)

Chief Clerical Officer/ CONTIS 6/1

3

Miss Francis Rose

OND &HND(Office Technology and Management

Senior Ass. Secretary/ CONTIS 5/6

4

Mrs. Nwachukwu Florence

SSCE, OND(Banking and Finance)

Assistant Executive Officer/ CONTIS 5/5

5

Mr. Olugboye Praise Gboluwaga

SSCE

Clerical Office/ CONTIS 3/5

 

 

6.2          Staff : student Ratio

 

The staff : student ratio shall be 1:30 (NUC benchmark for Face-to-face)

 

6.3          Physical Facilities

 

The facilities required for the programme shall include computer room at the various study centres, lecture halls, Information and Communication Technology (ICT), Library (physical and virtual), Internet access and robust e-learning platform that can accommodate keyboarding amongst others.

 

6.4          Equipment

 

For adequate implementation of the programme, the equipment required shall be desktop computers at the various study centres and for each staff, high bandwidth for internet connectivity,and comfortable office spaces.

 

Also, there shall be a model office at the Headquarter or a simulation of it on the e-learning platform for student practice.  The equipment in the model office shall be:

  • standard office chair and table,
  • one cabinet,
  • one modern photocopy machine,
  • files and file accessories e.g. file trays etc,
  • one modern printer,
  • one shredding machine,
  • one binding machine,

 

  • one desktop computer,
  • stapling machines different length and volume of papers,
  • office pins and clips,
  • clue,
  • a scanning machine, and
  • would be updated with modern equipment as technology changes.

 

7.0          DELIVERY FORMAT

 

The delivery formatsare combination of two or more of the following:

 

  • Print Materials,
  • Audios,
  • Videos,
  • CD/DVD-ROMS,
  • On-line multimedia interactive and non-interactive presentations, and
  • TV and Radio broadcasts.

 

 

8.0          LEARNERS’ SUPPORT

 

The learners will be supported at both headquarter and study centre.  At the headquarter, course co-ordinators will monitor the activities of students in the courses assigned to them; monitor students’ academic performance, provide academic guidance by giving feedbacks on performance; monitor students’ academic progress; monitor students’ attendance, by this way attrition rate may reduce; and attend to students’ academic complains.  These activities will be supervised by the unit head. 

 

At the study centres, the counsellors will support learners during admission process, registration, and in any other issue that will call for guidance.  The activities are supervised by the study centre directors.

 

 

 

9.0          LANGUAGE OF INSTRUCTION

 

All courses shall be taught in English Language.

 

10.0        COURSE CONTENTS AND DESCRIPTIONS                       

.

10.1        Course Contents

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Year I

 

           1ST SEMESTER

S/N

COURSE CODE

COURSE TITLE

CREDIT UNIT

STATUS

1

GST 101

Use of English and Communication Skills 1

2

C

2

GST103

Computer Fundamental

2

C

3

GST105

History and philosophy of science

2

C

4

GST107

The Good Study Guide

2

C

5

EDU111

Foundations of Education

2

C

6

BED111

Keyboarding

2

C

7

BED113

Fundamentals of Business Education

2

C

8

VTE115

Introduction to Vocational Education

2

C

9

ECO121

Principles of Economics 1

2

C

10

MTH105

Business Mathematics I

2

C

11

BUS105

Elements of Management I

2

C

Sum Total

Core Courses

Elective Courses

22

0

Grand Total

22

 

 

2ND SEMESTER

S/N

COURSE CODE

COURSE TITLE

CREDIT UNIT

STATUS

1

GST102

Use of English and Communication Skills 2

2

C

2

GST104

Use of Library

2

C

3

EDU112

Professionalism in Teaching

2

C

4

EDU114

History of Education in Nigeria

2

C

5

BED112

Word Processing

2

C

6

BED114

Business Methods

2

C

7

ECO122

Principles of Economics II

2

C

8

MTH106

Business Mathematics II

2

C

9

BUS 106

Elements of Management II

2

C

10

MKT108

Introduction to Marketing

2

C

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sum Total

Core Courses

Elective Courses

 

20

0

Grand Total

20

           

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Year II

 

           1ST SEMESTER

S/N

COURSE CODE

COURSE TITLE

CREDIT UNIT

STATUS

1

GST 201

Nigeria Peoples & Culture

2

C

2

EDU 231

Curriculum Developmental Theory & Practice

2

C

3

EDU 233

General Teaching Methods

2

C

4

BUS 207

Business Communication

2

C

5

ACC 201

Principles of Taxation

2

C

6

ECO 231

Micro Economic Theory I

2

C

7

MKT 303

Consumer Behaviour

2

E

8

STT 205

Statistics for Management Science I

2

C

9

ACC203

Introduction to Financial Accounting I

2

C

10

BUS205

Introduction to Business

2

C

11

BFN 209

Introduction to Finance

2

C

 

 

 

 

 

Sum Total

Core Courses

Elective Courses

 

22

2

Grand Total

24

 

 

2ND SEMESTER

S/N

COURSE CODE

COURSE TITLE

CREDIT UNIT

STATUS

1

GST 202

Fundamentals of Peace Studies and Conflict Resolutions

2

C

2

GST204

Entrepreneurship and Innovation

2

C

3

EDU 212

Sociology of Education

2

C

4

EDU 214

Philosophy of Education

2

C

5

EDU 216

Micro Teaching (Special Teaching Methods & School Visit)

2

C

6

EDU 282

Business Education Teaching Methods

2

C

7

BED 214

Computer Application in Business

2

C

8

ACC 210

Auditing

2

C

9

ECO 232

Micro Economic Theory II

2

C

10

ACC 204

Introduction to Financial Accounting II

2

C

11

ACC206

Introduction to Cost and Management Accounting

2

C

12

STT 206

Statistics for Management Science II

2

C

Sum Total

Core Courses

Elective Courses

 

24

0

Grand Total

24

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Year III

           1ST SEMESTER

S/N

COURSE CODE

COURSE TITLE

CREDIT UNIT

STATUS

1

EDU 321

Psychology of Learning

2

C

2

EDU 323

Research Methods and Statistics in Education

3

C

3

EDU 335

Teaching Practice I

3

C

4

BED 313

Office Information Technology

2

C

5

ACC 306

Cost Accounting

2

C

6

ACC 311

 Financial Accounting

3

C

7

ACC 313

Management Accounting

3

C

8

CCL 307

Commercial Law

3

C

9

ENT 303

Small Business Management

2

C

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sum Total

Core Courses

Elective Courses

23

 

Grand Total

23

 

 

 

2ND SEMESTER

SS/N

COURSE CODE

COURSE TITLE

CREDIT UNIT

STATUS

1

GST302

Business Creation and Growth

2

C

2

EDU 332

Educational Technology

2

C

3

EDU 314

Comparative Education

2

C

4

EDU 336

Post Teaching Practice Evaluation/Remediation

2

C

5

BED 212

Fundamental of Data Processing

2

C

6

BED 314

SIWES I

3

C

7

ACC 318

Advanced Taxation

2

C

8

BUS 325

Human Resources Management Principles

2

C

9

BFN303

Financial Management

2

C

 

 

 

 

 

Sum Total

Core Courses

Elective Courses

 

19

 

Grand Total

19

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Year IV

 

           1ST SEMESTER

S/N

COURSE CODE

COURSE TITLE

CREDIT UNIT

STATUS

1

EDU 421

Guidance and Counselling

2

C

2

EDU 423

Measurement and Evaluation

2

C

3

EDU 435

Teaching Practice II

3

C

4

ENT 407

Entrepreneurship Development

2

C

5

BED 413

SIWES II

3

C

6

ACC 415

Financial Management

2

C

7

ACC 419

Advance  Financial Accounting

3

C

8

BUS 401

Management Information System

2

C

9

ENT413

Social Entrepreneurial ship and Community Development

2

C

10

HCM 433

Management and Organizational behaviour

2

C

Sum Total

Core Courses

Elective Courses

23

0

Grand Total

23

 

 

 

            2ND SEMESTER

S/N

COURSE CODE

COURSE TITLE

CREDIT UNIT

STATUS

1

EDU 412

Educational Management

2

C

2

EDU 420

Research Project

4

C

3

EDU 426

Special Education

2

C

4

BED312

Organization and Administration of Vocational Education

 2

C

5

BED 412

Seminar in Business Education

2

C

6

VTE  414

Vocational Guidance

2

C

7

BED 416

Office Organisation and Management

2

C

8

ACC 418

 Public Sector Accounting and Finance

3

C

9

BFN 402

Marketing of Financial Services

2

C

Sum Total

Core Courses

Elective Courses

21

0

Grand Total

21

 

 

Course Descriptions

GST 101:              Use of English and Communication Skills I  - 2 Credit Units                   

Listening Enabling Skills, Listening and Comprehending, Note taking, Information Retrieval including Data, Figures, Diagrams and Charts.Listening for Main Idea, Interpretation and Critical Evaluation.Effective Reading, Skimming and Scanning, Reading and Comprehending at Varying Speed Levels, Reading for Vocabulary Development in Various Academic Contexts.Reading Diverse Texts; Narratives and Expository Texts.Reading and Comprehending Passages with Tables, Scientific Texts, Reading for Interpretation and Critical Evaluation.

 

 

 

GST 103:   Computer  Fundamentals       (2C)

Basics of computer and computer system, Word Processing, Spreadsheet, Graphics, Storage Devices, Computer Network and Internet, Network Devices, Basic Internet Securities, Basic programming.

 

GST 105:              History and Philosophy of Science  - 2 Credit Units                   

Nature of Science, Scientific Methods and Theories, Laws of Nature, History of Science; Origin of Western Science in Ancient Times, Science in the Middle Ages of Europe, Rise of Modern Science, Twentieth Century Scientific Revolution. Lost Sciences of Africa, Science, Technology and Inventions, Nature and Scope of Philosophy of Science, Man; His Nature and Origin, Cosmic Environment and Natural Resources, Great Scientists of Nigerian Origin.

 

 

GST107:                A Study Guide for the Distance Learner (2cr)

Introduction to The Open and Distance Learning (ODL) System: History of the Open and Distance Learning System, Characteristics of the Open and Distance Learning System, & Teaching and Learning in the Open and Distance Learning System.  Study Skills for The Distance Learner:  Listening, Speaking,               Reading, Writing, & Study Strategies.  Assessment and Evaluation Modes in Open and Distance Learning (ODL):  Overview of Assessment In ODL, Instructional-Based Assessment Modes, Semester Examination, & Assessment of Non-Examinable Courses.  Learners’ Support Services:  Definition and Purposes of Learners’ Support Services, Types of Learners’ Support Services, Sources of Learners’ Support Services, & Benefits of Learners’ Support Services.

 

BED 113               Fundamentals of Business Education      (2 Credit Units  C)

Background and development of occupational education programme. Business Education: an overview, historical development of business education. The apprenticeship system of training the office workers, The development of private proprietary, business school, independent business academy, The three subjects’ curriculum, industrials revolution and the expansion of business and office occupations.

 

VTE 115               Introduction to Vocational Education             -               2 Credit Units  C

The conceptual issues and historical development of vocational education in Nigeria. These include meaning, purpose, goals, values, image and objectives of vocational education as well as the historical trends in the development of vocational education in Nigeria.

 

ECO 121               Principles of Economics I                  Credit Unit 2

This course is basically an introductory course on the micro-economics aspect of economic theory. Topics covered include the subject matter of economics and basic economic problems; market mechanism, including demand, supply and price determination; theories of consumer behavior; theory of production; theory of the firm, cost of production, pricing and output under perfect competition, monopoly, monopolistic competition and oligopoly among others.

 

 

MTHS 105:          Business Mathematics I    -              2 Credit Units

Mathematical concept in management; Basic principles of Algebra; Introductory Differential Calculus; Simple and Compound interest computations; Permutations & Combinations; Set theory; Factors and Exponents; Logarithms; Equation and inequalities; Arithmetic Series; Arithmetic Progressions; Coordinate Geometry;  Matrix Algebra and Applications

BUS 105:              Elements of Management I –           2 Credit Units

The objectives of the course are to explain the nature of management principles, list the functions of management, describe what a manager would do to be successful, explain the various approaches to management, highlight the major contributors of management scholars and practice to the development of management, describe the exercise of authority in the practice of management and demonstrate the importance of communication to the art of managing.

The course contents include nature of management principles, roles and responsibilities of management, social responsibility of the manager, how to be a successful manager, management by objective, history of management, schools of thought on management Part I and II, contributors to management theories, delegation of authority Parts I and II, authority nature and types of power, authority methods of influence and application in organisation as well as communication.

 

GST 102:              Use of English and Communication Skills II -               2 Credit  Unit       

Writing Paragraphs; Topic Sentence and Coherence, Development of Paragraphs; Illustration, Description, Cause and Effect, Definitions, Formal Letters; Stylistic Forms, Essential Parts, Complaints and Requests, Letters about Jobs, Ordering Goods, Letters to Government and Other Organizations.Writing Reports; Reporting Events and Experiments.Writing Summaries; Techniques of Summarizing. Letters and Sounds in English, Vowels and Consonants, Interviews, Seminar Presentation, Public Speech Making, Articles, Concord and Sentences, Tenses, Gerunds and Participles, Active, Passive and the Infinitive, Modal Auxiliaries.

 

GST 104:              Use of Library (2C)

Types of Library and Services:  Types of Library: Library Services.  Research Techniques:  Information Sources; Literature Review; Databases Contents; Open Educational Resources.  Organization of Library Materials:  Library Catalogues; Classification of Library Materials.  ICT Use in the Library:  Digital Libraries; Computer Based Literature Search.  Good Reading Habit/Study Skills:  Basic Study Techniques / Methods; Study Habits; Handling Examinations.  Copy Right; Plagiarism and Referencing: Copyright Laws; Plagiarism and Its Implications; Citation and Referencing; APA In-text citing and Referencing. 

 

EDU 112               Professionalism in Teaching  (2 Credit Units C)

Concepts and Issues in Teaching, Concepts of Teaching and Professionalism, History of Teaching in Nigeria, Professional Growth of Teachers, Educating the Educators, Professional Studies Programs for Teachers, The Teacher and the Child.Why Teachers should care. The making of Ideal Teacher, Qualities of an ideal teacher, The Role of the Teacher, The Nigerian Union of Teachers (NUT).The Role of Parent Teachers Association (PTA).The Subject Teacher Association.The Status of Teacher in Nigeria, Strategies for making teaching a Profession

 

EDU 114               History of Education in Nigeria (2 Credit  Units C)

Nigeria Traditional Education, Higher Education in Traditional Society, Islamic Education in Nigeria, Advent of Western Education in Nigeria, The Early Missionaries and the Development of Education in Nigeria, Colonial Government involvement in Nigeria Education 1872 – 1882, Education Ordinances 1887 – 1916, The Impact of Phelps – Stokes Commission on Education in Northern Nigeria, Secondary Education from 1859 – 1929, Higher Education, The National Curriculum Conference and the National Policy on Education.

 

BED 112:              Word Processing  -               2 Credit Units

Page Setup, Line Spacing, Use of White Space, Page Numbering, Headers and Footers.  Templates, Document View, Line and Page Break, Print, Manuscript, Simple Editing, Paragraphs, Headings, Formatting/Other Functions, letter, tabulations, speech, symbols, minutes of meeting, and any new form of word processing should be incorporated at the time of teaching.

 

BED 114:              Business Methods               -               2 Credit Units

Business plan, Business Structure, Quantitative methods in Business, Management and control of business.

 

ECO 122               Principles of Economics II                Credit Unit 2

This course which focuses on microeconomic theory is a continuation of ECO 101, topics covered include the field of macroeconomics; national income accounting; money and banking; components of gross domestic product; aggregate demand and aggregate supply analysis; Government and the Economy; Open Economy Macroeconomics.

 

MTH 106:        Business Mathematics II        -               2 Credit Units

Mathematical concept in management; Basic principles of Algebra; Introductory Differential Calculus; Simple and Compound interest computations; Permutations & Combinations; Set theory; Factors and Exponents; Logarithms; Equation and inequalities; Arithmetic Series; Arithmetic Progressions; Coordinate Geometry;  Matrix Algebra and Applications

 

BUS 106        Elements of Management II    -               2 Credit Units

The course contents include nature of management principles, roles and responsibilities of management, social responsibility of the manager, how to be a successful manager, management by objective, history of management, schools of thought on management Part I and II, contributors to management theories, delegation of authority Parts I and II, authority nature and types of power, authority methods of influence and application in organisation as well as communication.

 

MKT 108:             Introduction to Marketing - 2 Credit Units

Definition of Marketing; Fundamental concepts in marketing; marketing evolution and phrases; the role and importance of marketing; functions of marketing; products and their categorization; marketing environment; features of industrial and consumer goods; the role of middlemen and outlets types in Nigeria; problems of distributive trade in Nigeria; the marketing mix; product differentiation and market segment; branding, packaging and labelling; price theory and price problems; marketing promotion – promotional mix; marketing information – marketing research and intelligence.

 

GST202: Fundamentals of Peace and Conflict Resolution (2C)                

Basic Understanding of Conflict; Definitions, Causes and Types of Conflict, Conflict Theories, Phases inConflict, Conflict Analysis & Transformation.  Dynamics of Conflict; Relationship between Perception and Conflict, Language Barriers in Conflict and Resolution, Early Warning and Early Response Mechanism, Arms  Control and Demilitarization,  Peace and Education. Trends in Global Issues: International, Continental and Regional Organizations in the Pursuance of World Peace, Peaceful Methods of Conflict Resolution, Coercive Means of Conflict Resolution, Gender Issues and Humanitarian Intervention.

 

 

EDU 231               Curriculum Theory and Practice -    2 Credit Units  C

History of Curriculum Development in Nigeria: The importance of curriculum, Curriculum Development and/or Improvement in a developing country like Nigeria, Participants in Curriculum Planning:- Levels of Planning, Approaches to Planning,  Curriculum Decisions:- Different Stages of Curriculum Decision,  The 1969 National Curriculum Conference as a Case Study, Force affecting Curriculum Decisions, Aims and Objectives of Nigeria Education, Selection of Learning Experience:- Criteria for Selection, Programme of Studies, Programme of Activities, Programme of Guidance, Organization of Learning Experience:- Traditional Organization of Curriculum, New Dimension in Organization. Evaluation:- Evaluation of Educational Programmes, Formative Evaluation (Action Research), Summative Evaluation, Evaluation of the Achievement of the Individual in the Programme:- Guidance – oriented Evaluation, Selection – oriented Evaluation

 

EDU 216:             Micro Teaching (special teaching methods & school visit)

The course shall examine the theory and practical aspect of micro teaching.  Specifically, it will expose students to meaning of micro teaching, history of micro teaching process, models of micro teaching, teaching skills such as set induction skills, stimulus variation skills, questioning skills, non-verbal communication skills, use of examples and illustration skills, repetition skills, use of instructional material skills and closure skills.  Students are expected to demonstrate each of the skills.  Students are expected to demonstrate each of the skills under supervision of micro teaching lecturer. Microteaching is a teacher training technique which helps the teacher-trainee to master the teaching skills. It is a cycle of teaching and evaluation events in which a short, but complete lesson is conducted in a small class by trainee teachers. Then, their teaching performances are evaluated, by this students are being prepared for the real classroom teaching practice exercise (EDU335)

 

EDU 233               General Teaching Methods -             (2 Credit Units C)

The Teacher and the Child, How children learn, Professional attitudes and understanding of learners, The aims of the Teaching, The Stages In Lesson Preparation:- The Syllabus, The Scheme of work, Lesson Notes; Steps in preparation of notes, The problem of time –table. General Teaching Methods:- Induction Method, Deduction Method, Induction and Deduction Methods, The Lecture Method, Dramatic Method, Questioning and Problem Methods, The Project Methods, Activities in the Lesson, The Art of Classroom Management:- Qualities of a good teacher, Some common bad habits to avoid, Dealing with the problem of discipline in class. Questions and Questioning, Students Natural Curiosity and Enquiry, Aims in Questing, Questions in Classroom: The teacher’s questions, the pupil’s questions, Guidelines for questioning. Testing and Examinations, the purpose of testing, what to test, How and when to test, Characteristics of a good test, types of tests, marks and Assignments, Purpose of marking and assignments, Giving and marking assignments, Awarding and assigning marks and grades, methods of Study, Use of test book, Art of Note-Making, Organization of work, Revision and review of work, Physical environment of the classroom, Preparation for examination, Use of Audio-Visual Aids, Importance of Audio-visual in teaching, Types of Audio-visual Aids and their uses.

 

BUS 207:              Business Communication -               2 Credit Units

It introduces learners to the fundamentals of communication, forms and processes of communication as well as discussing communication as a part of a business enterprise. The course also links the English grammar and the various skills to learning English Language as a pre-requisite to good communication. Interpersonal relationship in an organisation is discussed, while negotiation and interviewing skills are presented as critical skills in businesses. The use of technology in businesses and organisations are also highlighted.

 

ACC 201:             Principles of Taxation – 2 Credit Units

This course covers areas such as Historical and Legal Background of Taxation in Nigeria, Tax Administration in Nigeria, Taxation of Income Vs Taxation of Capital (the Difference between Taxation of Income and the Taxation of Capital), Basis of Assessment of Profits of Businesses (Basis Period) and Loss Relief. Others are Capital Allowances, Taxation of Employees and Sole Trader, Partnership Taxation, Companies Taxation, Taxation of Settlement, Trust and Estate, Taxation of Banks,Taxation of Insurance Companies, Taxation of Construction Companies, Taxation of Airline and Shipping Companies. Lastly, issues on Double Taxation Relief are also discussed.

 

ECO 231               Micro Economic Theory I Credit Unit 2

This course builds on the foundation of  ECO102. Topics covered include: theory of consumer behavior; utility approach and indifference curve approach. Topics in consumer demand: market structures, output and pricing under various market structures-perfect competition, monopoly, monopolistic competition and oligopoly; the theory of distribution under perfect competition; input pricing and employment under imperfect competition.

 

MKT303:              Consumer Behaviour          -               2 Credit Units

As in the Faculty of Management Science

STT 205: Statistics Management Science I                –              2 Credit Units

The course contents include statistics and decision making process, data (its nature, source and methods of collection), summarizing data, graphical presentation of data, measure of central tendency (arithmetic mean, geometric means and harmonic mean, median and mode), fractiles, skewness and kurtosis, measures of dispersion, set theory, permutations and combinations, some elementary probability concepts, probability rule, events and BA theorem, probability distribution of a discrete random variable, binomial distribution, Poisson distribution, the hyper-geometric distribution and normal distribution.

 

ACC 203: Introduction to Financial Accounting I –                              2 Credit Units

The aim of this course is to introduce learners to the basic principles of accounting concepts and conventions, demonstrate how the two ledger accounts involved in a business transactions can be identified, outline the importance of accounting, determine the net profit or loss of a business at the end of the business period and show the financial statement of bu8siness concern as at a particular period. The course contents include definition and objectives of book keeping, accounting, accountancy and importance of account, principles of accounting concepts and conventions, double entry system of accounting, the ledger, trial balance I (meaning and methods) and II (errors), control accounts, journal (meaning, specimen and types of a journal, uses of journal, primary and secondary uses), rectification of errors on journal, subsidiary book – purchase, sales, cash book, bank and cheques.

 

BUS 205:              Introduction to Business    –              2 Credit Units

Concept, planning and background of the word business;  definition  of profit and its importance;  types of business organizations in terms of the ownership structures; business organizational structures; activities of a business in terms of various organic and auxiliary functions of a business; meaning, types and policy issues in business environment; legal issues and solution in business environment: sales of goods, law of contract, business law; role of government in business; role of international organizations; industrialization and development; social responsibility of business system; business ethics.

 

 

 

 

 

BFN 209:              Introduction to Finance      2 Credit Units

As in Faculty of Management Science

 

GST 202:              Fundamentals of Peace Studies & Conflict Resolutions                             

Basic Understanding of Conflict; Definitions, Causes and Types of Conflict, Conflict Theories, Phases in Conflict, Conflict Analysis & Transformation, Dynamics of Conflict; Relationship between Perception and Conflict, Language Barriers in Conflict and Resolution, Early Warning and Early Response Mechanism, Arms Control and Demilitarization, Peace and Education, Trends in Global Issues: International, Continental and Regional Organizations in the Pursuance of World Peace, Peaceful Methods of Conflict Resolution, Coercive Means of Conflict Resolution, Gender Issues and Humanitarian Intervention

 

 

 

GST204:                Entrepreneurship and Innovation (2 Credit Units)

Development Entrepreneurship/Intrapreneurship:  An Overview of the Definitions of Entrepreneurship and Intrapreneurship; Concepts and Theories of Entrepreneurship

The Entrepreneurship Culture; Brief Biographical Studies of Prominent Nigerian Entrepreneurs; Barrier to Entrepreneurial Practice.  The Nigerian Entrepreneurial Environment:  The Business External Environment; Identifying Business Opportunities and Threats; Strategies for exploring opportunities in the Environment; Approaches to addressing environmental barriers. Creativity and Intellectual Rights:  Intellectual Properties and its Dimensions; Copyright Laws in Nigeria; Strategies for Protection of Intellectual Property (original ideas, concepts, products, etc.).  Technological Entrepreneurship:  The Interface between Technology Development and Entrepreneurship; Technological Development and Entrepreneurial Opportunities; Technological Environment and Business; New Technology and Entrepreneurship Opportunities.  Management and Innovation:  The Concept, Nature and Types of Innovation; Innovation Theory of Entrepreneurship; Financing Innovation and New Ventures; Change Management; Technical Change and Management of Innovation. 

Family Business and Succession Planning:  The Concept of Family Business Contents; The Cultural Contexts of Family Business; Roles and Relationship in Family Business; Ownership Transfer and Succession in Family Business.  Women Entrepreneurship:  The Concept of Women Entrepreneurship; Role orientation and Women Entrepreneurial Aspirations; Contributions of Women to National Socio-Economic and Human Development; Barriers to Women Entrepreneurial Practice.  Social Entrepreneurship:  The Concept of Social Entrepreneurship; Social Entrepreneurship and Value Creation; The Roles of Non-governmental Organizations in Social Entrepreneurship; Social Entrepreneurship and Funding Opportunities; Social Entrepreneurship Enhancement Factors.  Business Opportunity Evaluation:  Sources of Business Opportunities in Nigeria; The difference between Ideas and Opportunities; Scanning Business Opportunities in Nigeria; Environment and New Venture Idea Generation. 

 

EDU 212               Sociology of Education -   (2 Credit Units C)

Definition of Sociology, Education and Pedagogy from Sociological Perspective, Education and Society, Theory of Knowledge, Principles of the Sociology of Knowledge, Socialization:- Culture and Personality, Education  and Social Frame Work:-  The Family and Education, Education and Social Stratification – the Nigeria Elites, Education and Social Values, Moral Education in Changing Society; Education, Social Justice and the Teacher, Equality in Education, Freedom in Education. The Social Functions of Education – Education and Social Change, Education and Social Economic Development, The Political function of Education, The Sociology of Teaching:- The Teacher and his Role; The Reluctant Learner, The Teacher in the Classroom, Social Relations in the School.

 

EDU 214               Philosophy of Education - (2 Credit Units )

Explaining concepts of education, (Aims: - goals, objectives, end, means); Philosophy and philosophers; Curriculum: The nature of education in Nigeria (metaphysics) – formal and informal education, auxiliary education, Liberal and vocational education. Knowledge and education in Nigeria – (Epistemology) Definitions of knowledge, Types of knowledge; Knowledge by divine revelation, By institution Prior knowledge, Posteriori knowledge, Need for knowledge in modern Nigeria morality and education (axiology) Define concepts of morality and education, Determinants of good education, Logic and education, Logic and education; Inductive and Deductive methods of teaching; Logic and curriculum planning, Logic and School Administration; Discipline; Freedom, Determination and Free will.

 

EDU 282               Business Education Methods            -               3 Credit Units  C

Concept of business studies, underlying theory to teaching method, good teaching method, teacher centred method, centred method, individualised teaching method, use of audio visual aids, teaching keyboarding, teaching accounting, teaching management, teaching marketing, teaching human relations, planning to teach, lesson development.

 

BED 212               Fundamentals of Data Processing (2 Credit Units  C)

Problem identification, types, design, data gathering, processing, analyzing, interpreting and reporting in educational context, The use of statistics and computer as tools in educational research should be emphasized.

 

BED 214:              Computer Application in Business (2 Credit Units C)

Business oriented software programmes e.g. automated accounting, payroll inventory, office procedure; the use of the various programmes in solving business-related problems; Information management, internet buying and selling techniques, communication and any new form of the use of computer in business.

 

ACC 210:             Auditing – 2 Credit Units (C)

To enable learners understand the system and techniques of audit and their applications.  Definition of auditing, concept and object of audit of financial statement, nature and origin of audit, qualities of a good auditor; types of audit – types of errors and frauds of audit stating their advantages and disadvantages, relationship between forms of audit – internal and statutory audits; skill of audit and audit report writing, initial audit programme, audit notes and methods of work ,distinguish between internal control and internal check techniques, audit of cash transaction, audit of trading transactions, audit ledgers accounts, verification and valuation of assets and liabilities, preparation of accounts such as – Income & expenditure, trading profit and loss manufacturing, Balance sheet.  Explanation on depreciation, reserve and provisions; difference between cooperative audit and other business organisations audit, features of cooperative audit, audit of different types of cooperative societies. Implication of audit report –meaning of audit report, concept of true and fair reports, Analysing audit reports and comments, responsibility of auditor and his/her independence  as a verifier of financial information, legal position and liability of auditors, importance of the auditor in a business organisation; responsibility of the Board of Directors, management and their relationship with the auditors.

 

ECO 232               Micro Economic Theory II                              (Credit Unit 2 C)

This course builds on the knowledge gained in ECO 201. The focus here is on the use of quantitative methods in analyzing advanced macro-economics. Topics include: the theory of demand; the theory of production; cost theory, price theory, managerial theories of the firm, the behavioural theory of the firm; the notion of surplus values and profits, general equilibrium theory and welfare economics with particular reference to Nigeria.

 

ACC 204:         Introduction to Financial Accounting II (2 Credit Units C)

As in Faculty of Management Science

 

ACC 206:   Introduction to Cost and Management Accounting (2 Credit Units E)

As in Faculty of Management Science

 

STT 206:               Statistics for Management Science II              (2 Credit Units C)               

As in Faculty of Management Science

 

EDU 321               Psychology Of Learning  (2 Credit Units  C)

Definitions of psychology & learning; Theories of learning and the theorists levels of motivation and implication for education; Memory and forgetting, Types of memory, Method of improving memory, Types of forgetting, Factors influencing forgetting, Implication for education; Cognitive theory of learning; Reinforcement and punishment and classroom application; Behaviourism, Contributions of behavioral psychologists and classroom application; Transfer of learning and classroom application, S – R theory  of Thorndike – skinner, Meaning of S – R, The Laws of readiness, Exercise and effect; Punishment; Classroom application.

 

EDU 323               Basic Research Methods in Education  -         2              Credit Units  C

Meaning of Research; Scientific method of research, Selection of the topic, Subjects etc for research; Purposes of research studies; Guidelines in selection of topics, Preparing a research proposal, Statement of the problem; Determination of data required; Hypothetical conclusions and implication, Collecting information and data; Observation and interview methods, Basic consideration in data collection; The correspondence method; Analysis and interpretation of Data; Basic statistical concept and Their Computation, Designs of Experiments:- Basic types of errors; Simple Randomized Design, Random – Replications Design;  Groups- within – Treatment design; Treatment of extra venous variables, Scaling Problems and Techniques:- Rating Scales, Rank-order Scales, etc, Determination of Scale Value

EDU 335               Teaching Practice I   -                         2 Credit Units C

Students Learn through Practical Experience how to teach particular subjects. Manage a Classroom and the Functions of a Good Teacher.

 

BED 313               Office Information Technology (2 Credit Units C)

The course includes various office services and automation, information and communication handling procedures, office functions, types of office machines as they apply to different departments in the office.  Manual and electronic gadgets, The future and trends of office information technology.

 

ACC 306:             Cost Accounting (2 Credit Units C)

Introduction;, definition and purpose of cost accounting; classification of cost functions; elements responsibility and behaviour – material accounting and control    procedure; labour accounting, overhead cost accounting and control procedures; cost centre; cost behaviour and cost estimation – costing methods, standard costing techniques; absorption costing, marginal costing, budgeting and budgetary control and cost control.

 

ACC 311       Financial Accounting   (2 Credit Units C)

Topics to be treated include topics related to published financial statements, cash flow statement and interpretation of financial statements, accounting for insurance claims and foreign branches, accounting for contract, investment, lease and hire purchase.

 

 

ACC 313:             Management Accounting  (2 Credit Units C)

As in Faculty of Management Science

 

CLL 307: Commercial Law

As in Faculty of Law

 

ENT 303:              Small Business Management

As in Faculty of Management Science

 

BUS 325 Human Resources Management Principles (2 Credit Units C)

As in Faculty of management Science

 

BFN303  Financial Management (2 C)

As in Faculty of Management Science

 

GST302:                Business Creation and Growth (2CR)

Concept of Business and New Value Creation:  Business Planning Process; Start-up Decision – What Motivate people to begin new businesses; Opportunity Search and Identification; Legal Issues at Start-up; & Feasibility Analysis of New Ventures and New Venture Financing.  Theories of Growth:  An Overview:   Concepts and Reasons of Growth; Challenges of Growth; Strategies for Growth (External Growth Strategies Franchising, Buy-In and Buy-Out); Mergers and Acquisition; Sources of Funds:  Internal Sources and External Sources; Formal and Informal Sources; Efficiency in the use of Resources.  Marketing:  Concept of Marketing:  Small and Big Business Marketing; Marketing Mix; Modern Marketing Tools.  Ethics and Social Responsibility:  The Importance of Ethics in Business; Ethical Behaviour and Practices in Nigeria; Community Development Projects/Walfare.  New Opportunities for Expansion:  E-Commerce; E-Business; E-Trade.  Managing Transition:  From Start up to Growth:  Personal Disciplines; Learning; Decision Making; Control. 

 

 

EDU 332               Introduction to Educational Technology   -    2 Credit Units  C

Definition of Instructional Technology, its Philosophy, Terminology, Roles of Instructional Technology in the Learning Process; The experience, Theory of Learning, learning and Communication in the classroom, Learning has changed behaviour, The teacher’s responsibilities, Selecting and using materials and media in Instructional, Visual aids, Non-projected aids, Projectors, Projected aids, Audio-visual aids, Creating Instructional Materials, Duplicators, Equipment Operation, projection, Recording.

 

 

EDU 314               Comparative Education     -               2 Credit Units  C

Scope and Meaning of Education, Examination of Significant Differences and Similarities in Education Policy and Practices in Selected Societies, Problems of Educational Development in Developing Countries.

 

EDU 336               Post Teaching Practice Evaluation/Remediation (2 Credit Units C)

 

The student is required to write comprehensive report on his/her experiences in practical implementation of teaching/learning strategies in the classroom as applied to the subject area.  The report should include:

 

  1. Challenges encountered during the teaching practice;
  2. The lesson notes used during the teaching practice;
  3. Assessment questions as well as the marking guides used;
  4. Assessment of teaching practice supervision by the supervisor; and
  5. Suggestions for improvement.

 

The report should be submitted by the student to the Dean through the Study Centre Director for:

 

  1. Evaluation;
  2. Feedback; and
  3. Remediation.

 

The result of the overall processes should be communicated to the Student from the Dean through the Study Centre Director.

 

BED 312               Organisation and Administration of Vocational Education  (2 Credit Units  C)

This course covers the following:  the structure and methods of organizing vocational education in Nigeria levels of organization; national, local and institutional; agencies connected with organization of business education (NBTE, NCCE, NUC, NERDC, etc) business teacher preparation and levels organization of infrastructural and instructional resources, safety measures and administration of records.

 

BED 314 & BED 413   Industrial Work Experience/SIWES I & II          - (6 Credit Units  C)

Students are to go for their practical experience twice.  Students are to embark in SIWES I in corporate business organizations; which could be private or public.  Their job specification in SIWES I shall include book keeping, record keeping, general office management, documentation, keyboarding and word processing, marketing strategies to promote business,  stock taking, purchasing, e-business, effective Business Communication, auditing, leadership techniques etc for a period of three months.  In SIWES II, students are to work with an entrepreneur, and the job specification is to understudy how entrepreneurship business is set up and managed.  Apart from learning, the student must be able to apply the skills learned in school to contribute to the growth of such business. SIWES II will last for three months.  Students are to commence SIWES I immediately after their second semester examination in 300 Level, to run between October and January of the following year.  Students are to commence SIWES II immediately after first semester of 400 level, which will be between May and July except where there is a change in the university calendar.  Students will be supervised and graded to ensure compliance.  Supervision and monitoring will be organized by the university SIWES Directorate. 

 

ACC 318               Advanced Taxation   (2 Credits Units C)

Tax practice and administration, Individual assessment, trust settlements, withholding tax, VAT and estates, Capital Gains Tax, Corporate taxation including taxation of income, pioneer activities and double taxation relief, Petroleum profit tax, Stamp duty including transfers between associated companies and reconstruction/amalgamation relief.

 

EDU 421               Fundamentals of Guidance and Counselling (2 Credit Units  C)

Meaning, Purpose and Development of Guidance and Counselling, The services of a School Guidance programme;The individual appraisal service. Information needed for the analysis of the individual, collection of information (test, inventories etc). Organizing recording and filing information; Use of recorded information; Information service:- Vocational Education and Personal Social Information, Methods of obtaining and Disseminating information; The Counselling Service:- Nature, Purpose and Theories of Counselling; The Counselor and the counseling process, The Placement Service in School and out-of School placement, follow up studies; Purposes of and procedures in follow-up studies, Problems in Guidance and counseling:- Values and attitude orientation, Guidance as Classroom  or Specialist Centered, Guidance as Direction or Developments, Problems of Social change, Relation with other Personnel and Services:-Counselor and School Administration, Relationship with teachers, Extra – School Relationship, Working with Parents and Making Referential, Guidance:- Organization and Implementation, Preparation of Occupational, Information, Practicum; Preparing  and using Cumulative records.

 

EDU 423               Measurement and Evaluation (2 Credit Units  C)

Definition and purpose of Measurement and Evaluation, Importance of Tests in Education; Validity of Tests in Educational Achievement; Functions of classroom tests, Criteria for effective testing, Problems of tests construction; Measurement of educational outcomes, Behavioral cognitive and non-cognitive of education, Pupils characteristics to be measured, Types of tests, Essay and objective type tests advantages and disadvantages of each, when to use each of them, Tests Administration and Scoring, Judging the Quality of a Classroom test, Estimating, Interpreting and improving reliability of test, Validity of Classroom Tests, Problem of Marking Tests, and Quality Control in Marking System.

 

EDU 435               Teaching Practice II (3 Credit Units  C)

A Minimum of Six Weeks Supervised Exposure to Classroom Teaching on Field Experience to Demonstrate the Degree of Proficiency in Applying some of the Basic Theories of Instruction

 

ENT 407               Entrepreneurship Development (2 Credit Units C)

As in Faculty of Management Science

 

BED 412               Seminar in Business Education (2 Credit Units C)

A student is to choose a topic relating to business education.  The topic could be drawn from topics relating to teaching and learning business at secondary school level of education or its equivalent or from business organizations.  Students are not to carry out empirical research.  The seminar presentation could be theoretical or review of empirical studies.  Students should be encouraged to proceed with the same topic in their project.

 

ACC 415               Financial Management   (2 Credit Units C)   

Nature and scope of strategic management, Corporate strategy, information and financial management, Capital investment decisions, Financing capital structure and dividend policy decisions, Capital market financing and risk management, Working capital management, Corporate restructuring, mergers and acquisition, Financial management of small and medium scale enterprise, International financial management.

 

ACC 418:             Public Sector Accounting and finance (2 Credit Units C)

Constitutional and regulatory framework of public sector accounting, Government accounting concepts and pronouncements, Sources of government revenue, Financial management cycle in federal, states and local government, Accounting for public sector organisations, authorities, parastatals, boards, corporations, agencies and tertiary educational institutions, public finance.

 

ACC 419:             Advance Financial Accounting

Topics to be treated in this course include topics relating to special businesses and accounting standards, accounting for petroleum activities and financial institutions, financial reporting and regulatory framework

 

 

BUS 401               Management Information System  (2 Credit Units C)

Introduction to, and Fundamentals of Data Processing –brief history and conventional data processing methods; Manual methods and mechanized methods, Classification of systems and their relative merits, Closed loop and open loop systems: effect on time-lag; the total system approach and objectives; total systems and subsystems.Data processing and Management Information Systems (MIS).The organization of MIS including the use of mechanical and electronic accounting machines, flow charting and the principles of systems design and documentation. Managerial uses of the information output as a basis for developing criteria and systems. Information needs of management and design of MIS. Computer and Data Processing – evolution of the Computer and the Computer system Input, output and central processing unit.Hardware and Software, Introduction to common Computer Programming languages used in business (COBOL, FORTRAN, SPSS etc.)Electronic Data Processing (EDP) methods; batch processing, real-time processing and the management of EDP,Business Systems hierarchical structure of Organisations, the sub-optimisation issue.

 

ENT 431               Marketing Ethics and Social Responsibility  (2 Credit Units C)

As in the Faculty of Management Science

 

HCM 433              Management and organizational behavior

As in the Faculty of Management Science

 

EDU 412               Principles Educational Management               -               2 Credit Units  C

Define educational administration, Educational law and the control of Education in Nigeria, The organization of the Ministry of Education and the function of boards of education, the Nigerian Educational system, the school and the community, Bureaucracy and decision making in educational administration, human relations in Educational administration, Educational Leadership, the role of the principal, staff personnel administration, supervision of instruction, Admission Procedures, Student’s records and reports, Student’s discipline and welfare, Student organization and participation in School Administration, Principle of planning, School finance and accounting system, School routine and time table, The school plant and facilities, Examinations and the problems of academic standards, Evaluation and school inspection.              

 

 

EDU 420               Research Project -               4 Credit Units  C

An Application of the Research Methods and Data Processing Course to a Field Experience under the Guidance of a Selected Supervisor who specializes in Business Education.

 

 

EDU 426  Special Education            -    2 Credit Units

Concept of special education, its definition and origins, Examination of the terms integration, inclusion, and individualized education programme within the context of special education. Giftedness, its meaning, and causes as well as case studies of the gifted, The education of gifted children.Hearing impairment and educational considerations for the deaf, Visual impairment, its causes and history.Educational considerations for visually impaired children.

 

BED 416               Office Organisation and Management   -        2 Credit Units  C

Data entry for processing forms; inventory, checkbook and record management; sorting routines; Filling, payroll processing; interest calculations; customer billing; travel; mailing and shipping;  telecommunications, Organization and planning of office systems, leadership and human relations, controlling operations and processing of information.

 

VTE 414               Vocational Guidance          -      2 Credit Units C

An overview of vocational Guidance, Psychology of Vocational Guidance; Psychological factors in vocational Guidance/ Other factors that determine vocational Guidance; Psychological Test and Vocational Guidance;  Needs for vocational information; The Role of theories in vocational psychology; Trait and factor theory (persons 1909); Limitations of parsons trait and factor and its contributions; The Applicability of the parson theory in Nigeria; Trait and factor theory of career development by Ginzberg, Ginsburg, and Herman; Limitation of Ginzberg and his Associates; Self-concept in vocational Guidance/super’s ten propositions on vocational development/its later five stages of vocational development; Personality type theory of Holland’s vocational choice; Sociological theories;  Psychoanalytic or impulse theory;  Relationship Between vocational Educations and manpower needs

 

BFN 402               Marketing of Finance Services          -               2 Credit Units C

As in Faculty of Management Science

 

 

Summary of Distribution of Course Credits by Level

LEVEL

GST Courses

Education Courses

Business Courses

Total

No

Credit Units

No

Credit Units

Compulsory

Elective

No

Credit Units

No

Credit Units

No

Credit Units

`100

6

12

3

6

12

24

-

-

21

42

200

3

6

6

12

13

26

1

2

23

46

300

1

2

6

18

11

26

-

-

19

46

400

-

-

6

15

13

27

-

-

19

42

Total

10

20

21

51

49

103

1

2

81

176

  

 NOTE:  Direct Entry students are to register for GST 107 which is a 2 credit course

 

Ratio of Education Courses to Business Courses

 

is   30  :  70

 

That is 30% of Education courses and 70% of business courses

 

 

11.0     STUDENT ENROLMENT

 

The Table below shows the number of registered B.Sc. (Ed) Business Education has a students’ by year.

 

Registered Students’ Enrolment by Year

S/N

Year

Enrolment

1

2015

1276

2

2016

740

3

2017

844

4

2018

541

5

2019

504

6

2020

352

Total

4257