DEPARTMENT OF ADULT EDUCATION
Welcome to the Department of Adult Education

INTRODUCTION

 The Department of Adult Education in the Faculty of Education offers a four years and three years full time degree programme in five areas of subject options namely: Accountancy, Economics, Political Science, Marketing and Mass Communication.  The programme is tailored in accordance with the approved requirements of the National University Commission (NUC).   Students are expected to carry a minimum of 15 credit load and maximum of 24 credit load each semester.  Each student is expected to complete at least 152 credit load for the four year duration of the programme.  The courses to be taken cover university general courses, faculty courses, departmental courses, inter-faculty courses and electives which are designed to satisfy the requirements of the NUC minimum academic standard and the need of the student as an individual and a member of society.   The department is a broad area that has root in professional courses in Adult Education and a teaching subject.   Teaching practice is also emphasized for graduating, as a means of ensuring practical relevance in the quality of learning.

 

PHILOSOPHY OF THE DEPARTMENT 

 The Adult Education Department focuses on democracy, equity or fairness to all in education.  It emphasizes Continuing Education (CE) and Education for All (EFA).   In line with the Nigerian Constitution it stipulates among others that no one should be discriminated against in education on grounds of age, sex, tongue, tribe, domicile, religion, calling etc.

 The department prepares student for professional courses in adult education.  The students are given theoretical and practical background to make them function optimally in their respective areas of specialization.

 Another underlying philosophy is to induce community consciousness in the graduates of Adult Education Department, making them essentially relevant to themselves and the society in which they live, inculcating spirit of self-reliance in them and making them skillful users of tools.

 We also aim at sensitizing the hearts and minds of our graduates to the need for patriotism, integrity, and dignity of labour.  The core values of the department are as emphasized in the departmental motto- Knowledge, Empowerment and Self Reliance.

 PROGRAMME OBJECTIVES

 Rationale:  the B. Ed. Adult Education is designed to meet the following purposes:

 The increase in demand for Adult and Non-formal education workers in different areas of life.

  1. The need for adult educators in different organizations, institutions and schools.

 The products of these programmes will fulfill the manpower requirements in the ministries, schools, local government departments, community development, social work, adult education agencies, rural development, the mass media, units of ministries of agriculture, industries and financial institutions.

 AIM

 The main objective of a B. Ed. Adult Education is to train personnel in Adult Education in the areas of Accountancy, Political Science, Economics, Mass Communication, and Marketing.  The B. Ed. Adult Education combined with a specialist area will provide in-depth study in these areas.

 ENTRY QUALFICATION

 The entry qualifications to the programme are

 UME

 i.    Five credit passes in WASC, GCE/O/L, NECO, NABTEB, TC II  or any other equivalent certificate at ordinary level (as approved by the university), which must include a credit pass in English and also credit pass  in Mathematics in not more than two sittings.  Teachers Grade two with credit or merit passes in relevant five subjects.

ii.   Candidates for Accountancy, Marketing and Economics must however, have credit passes in Mathematics and Economics.

iii.  Candidates for Mass Communication must possess a credit pass in English literature.

 DIRECT ENTRY

 iv.  Direct entry will be offered to candidates with NCE, OND University Diploma and Advanced Level GCE, NECO or NABTEB in relevant areas for a three year programme.  The candidates must also meet the UME University requirements.

 STRUCTURE OF THE PROGRAMME

 The course will consist of core (compulsory) courses in adult education and education, restricted electives from subject areas of specialization, optional electives and courses from general studies.

 THREE YEAR PROGRAMME IN ADULT EDUCATION

 This will be for those admitted through direct entry.   The programme is the same as those of four-year starting from year two except that in their first year they have to include all first year adult education courses and two general studies courses.  They will not take all the core education courses taken in year two.

  EXTRACT FROM GENERAL   AND ACADEMIC MORAL REGULATIONS

 The overall mission of the university is to produce graduates with the following attributes: broad spectrum of knowledge with specialization in a discipline, logical reasoning, oral and written communication skills and ability, numeracy and proficiency in information and communication technology, high ethical standards in personal and professional life, high sense of responsibility, self confidence, self-employability and ability to translate knowledge into practice.  The guiding principles of this moral and ethical value are seen hereunder:

 REGISTRATION OF     STUDENTS                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        

General

 

  1. A candidate shall be regarded as a bona fide student of Nnamdi Azikiwe University from the point in time when he would have undergone the full process of registration and matriculation.
  2. A full-time student of the University shall not attend to a full-time job at the same time
  3. Every student must register at the beginning of each session to retain his studentship of the University.
  4. Registration exercise for each academic session shall take place within the period so designated in the calendar of events for the first semester of that session.
  5. Only a bona fide student of the University shall be issued with a student identity card.
  6. All activities and cash management functions of Nnamdi Azikiwe University are executed online by logging on to Unizik website, www.unizikportal.com
  7. Procedure and guidelines for student’s registration as approved by Senate shall be published by the Registrar at the beginning of each session.

 Instruction to all Students

 The registration of students for the two semesters in a session shall take place in the first week of the first semester of each academic year.   Both full-time and part-time students shall complete registration within the designated period for registration.

 i)                    Statement of result shall be presented by all fresh students at registration. However, all fresh students who qualified more than four (4) years earlier must present original certificates. Only certificates (and not statements of result) for examinations written more than four (4) years earlier shall be accepted for registration.

ii)                  Before uploading the list of registered courses the student shall print a copy of the form and take it to his academic adviser for final approval.

iii)                A registered student of the University may apply for voluntary withdrawal from the University.

iv)                A registered student of the University may make corrections on the courses he registered for in a given semester with the ADD/DROP form which may be obtained from his Faculty Secretary (See Appendix IV). The Head of Department after endorsing the form should forward it to MICTU. No course may be added or dropped after the first three (3) weeks of the semester.

 Late Registration

 i)                    After one week of registration, two (2) weeks shall be allowed for the registration.

ii)                  After the expiration of the normal period of registration, the student shall be

required to pay the prescribed late registration fee, and after the period of the late registration, any student who has not registered shall be required to repeat one academic year.

iii)                The late registration fee shall be paid even by those who started the registration process in time but could not complete it within the one week initial registration period. The late registration fee payable depends on when the registration was eventually completed.

iv)                All registration shall end with the second week of late registration. Only on exceptionally strong reasons, as may be determined by the Vice-Chancellor, can any student be registered after this time.

v)                  Upon the close of late registration, every prospective new student or old student of the University who had not formally withdrawn from the University or had not deferred his admission, shall be deemed to have forfeited his offer of admission or his studentship as the case may be for the session.

 DURATION OF ACADEMIC PROGRAMME

 The durations of academic programmes from the date of first registration in the University are as stated in Table 1.

 i)                    All cases of inter-faculty transfer shall be treated as Direct Entry for the purpose of determining the maximum duration of academic programme.

ii)                  For the avoidance of doubt, the approved periods of absence from the university shall normally be excluded in calculating the maximum duration of academic programme.

iii)                Except for (i), extension under any circumstances shall not be entertained.

 Table 1:     Duration of Academic Programme (in years)

 

Programme

Full-Time

Part-Time

Min

Max

Min

Max

Engineering

Environmental Sciences

(Except Architecture)

Health Sciences

Law

Pharmacy

5(4)

71/2 (6)

-

-

Medicine

6(5)

9(71/2)

-

-

Others

4(3)

6(41/2)

6(5)

9(71/2)

 Numbers in parenthesis are for Direct Entry Candidates

 Coding of Courses

 

i)                    All the courses  of this University are uniquely coded to show at a glance the Department or the Sub-Department offering the course, the level (i.e the year of study) within the approved full-time programme, the  semester in which the course is taught, and the subject area

ii)                  Each course code comprises two parts: a three letter pre-fix and a three-digit number.

iii)                The pre-fix which is approved by the senate uniquely describes the Department or the sub-department offering the course.

iv)                The first digit of the three-digit number indicates the year of study in which the course is taught.   This ranges from 1 (one) to 6 (six).

v)                  The second digit refers to the subject area within the course.  This number ranges from 0 (zero) to 9 (nine).

vi)                The third digit is odd or even for the first or second semester respectively.

 

Grading System 

  1. The mark obtained in each course is  made up of continuous assessment of 30% and an end-of-semester examination of 70%
  2. For courses with laboratory aspects, the continuous assessment shall comprise 15% labs and 15% tests.
  3. Continuous assessment comprises any of:

-                      at least three tests, quizzes or assignments

-                      term paper, exhibition, field trip

-                      assessment in workshop/laboratory/studio/clinics

-                      any combination as may be applicable to the discline

 Grade Point (GP)

 The mark scored in each course (continuous assessment score plus end-of-semester examination score) has an equivalent letter grade of F to A, and each letter grade has a corresponding numerical value of 0.00 to 5.00 called a GRADE POINT as in Table 11.

 Table II: Grading System

MARKS

LETTER GRADES

GRADE POINTS

FINAL CGPA

CLASS OF DEGREE

70 – 100

A

5.00

4.50 – 5.00

1ST Class

60 – 69

B

4.00

3.50 – 4.45

2nd Class Upper

50 – 59

C

3.00

2.40 – 3.49

2nd Class Lower

45 – 49

D

2.00

1.50 – 2.39

3rd Class

40 – 44

E

1.00

1.00 – 1.49

Pass

0 - 39

F

0.00

0.00 – 0.99

Fail

 

Grade Point Average (GPA)

 (i)           The academic performance of a student in any semester shall be measured with the Grade point Average (GPA), the maximum value of which is 5.00 and the minimum 0.00

(ii)                                             Quality Point (QP): The product of the Credit Unit and Grade Point of each

course defines the Quality Point for the course.

(iii)                                           The grade point average (GPA) defines the academic performance of the student

in a semester. It is obtained by dividing the Total Quality Point (TQP) by the total credit units (TCU) for all the courses registered in that semester.

(iv)    That is, for the semester

 

         GPA = € (TQP)

                         € (TCU)

 

The cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA)

 

(i)           The cumulative grade point average (CGPA) is the measure of the students

Overall academic performance at any given point in his programme.

(ii)         CGPA is normally computed at the end of each semester as an up-to-date

weighted mean of the grade points, where the weights are the course credit units.

(iii)       The grade points earned at all end of semester examinations shall count towards

 the CGPA in (iv) below.

(v)     To compute the CGPA the total quality points (TQP) is divided by the total credit

units (TCU) for all registered/repeated so far in the programme.

  EXAMINATIONS

 Introduction

 

(i)                 Nnamdi Azikiwe University operates the course credit system with an examination administered at the end of each course work which is usually at the end of each of the two semesters in an academic session.

 

(ii)               No special degree examination shall be conducted for the award of degree, hence each semester examination is important and every student is required to sit an examination in each course he registered for at the beginning of the session.

 

(iii)             This University is first and foremost a teaching and research institution; all other functions of the University ranking well below this function. To any University worthy of a good name or desirous of achieving one, a healthy, reliable and well-run examination process is a sine qua non.

 

(iv)             All examinations are centrally organized but administered by individual Faculties.

 

(v)               Any student who misses a chance to sit an examination on the published date and time but has a valid reason such as illness shall submit a medical certificate to Vice-Chancellor, through his Head of Department, within five days from the date of the examination, or of discharge from the hospital, whichever is later.

 

(vi)             Only if the medical certificate is authenticated by the University Director of Medical Services, shall the student be allowed to sit the examination without penalty in the examination in that course.   No special or private examination shall be arranged for such a student.

 

(vii)           Such permission shall be communicated in writing by the Registrar, upon approval by the Vice-Chancellor and copied to the Dean of the Faculty and the Head of Department.

 

(viii)         Students who do not appear in an examination for an inexplicable or invalid reason shall be deemed to have failed that course and shall be awarded “F” in that course.

 

(ix)             Any student who fails a course shall re-register for it the next time it is offered along side other courses of that semester provided he does not exceed his maximum credit load per semester, else he may drop some new courses as directed by his Academic Adviser.

 QUALIFICATION TO SIT EXAMINATIONS

 

Candidates for each examination are only those students:

 

i)                    Who were duly registered for the course as required by the University registration regulations.

ii)                  Who have attained a minimum of 75% attendance at lecturers/lab/clinics.

iii)                Whose names and registration numbers appear on the official examination list for the course.

iv)                Who are not on SIWES Training or Teaching Practice

v)                  Whose photographs appear on the Departmental Class Album

 

Conduct at Examinations

 Candidates for each examination are required to comply with the following regulations.

 

  1. All candidates shall arrive at the designated examination hall thirty (30) minutes before the scheduled time.

 

  1. No candidate shall enter the hall unless he has been identified in the class album, or other identity process authorized for the time being by the University.

 

  1. When asked, a candidate shall enter the examination hall with;

-                      Current Identity Card

-                      Pen(s), Pencil (s)

-                      Calculator (but not a programmable type)

-                      Ruler

-                      Any other material (tables, graph paper, drawing sheet etc) that may be permitted by the Chief Invigilator.

 

  1. If a candidate repots for an examination without his current identity card, he shall report to the Chief Invigilator with a recent passport photograph.  The Chief invigilator after authenticating the photograph shall affix it on the candidate’s answer booklet and complete the Examination Misconduct Report form for the candidate.

 

At the end of the examination the script shall be forwarded to the Faculty Examination monitor before whom the candidate reports for clearance within 2 (two) working days, with his current identity card. The passport photograph shall be returned to the student and script released for marking.

 

If it is discovered, however, that the person who wrote the examination is not the owner of the identity card, it becomes a case of impersonation.

 

(v)       No candidate shall have any other material in his possession, even a private

     letter, while inside the examination hall.

 

(vi)             No cell phone shall be allowed inside the examination hall.

(vii)           The Invigilators shall assign seats to candidates. A candidate shall neither choose a seat for himself nor refuse a seat assigned to him by the invigilator.

(viii)         No two candidates writing the same examination shall sit next to each other in the examination hall unless it is impossible.

(ix)             Any invigilator reserves the right to inspect caps, head-ties and sun glasses on the candidates.

(x)               No candidates shall be allowed to either enter the examination hall thirty (30) minutes after the examination has started or leave the hall within the first thirty (30) minutes of the examination.

(xi)             No candidate shall be permitted to borrow or lend any material such as ruler, calculator, pen, pencil, eraser, etc, during an examination.

(xii)           Candidates are not allowed to tear any paper from either the question papers or answer booklets for any purpose including rough work. Any such work must be done on the answer booklet and then cancelled. No rough work is permitted on the question paper, on the desk, palm or anywhere else.

(xiii)         No candidate shall leave his seat during an examination unless authorized by the invigilator.

(xiv)         Candidates wishing to draw the attention of the invigilators to any particular issue shall do so by raising their hands and not by rising from their seats, or by making sounds of any sort.

(xv)           All candidates, within the first five (5) minutes of the examination, shall write their Registration Numbers on both the Question Papers and the Answer Scripts. Nothing else shall be written on the question paper.

(xvi)         No alteration or cancellation is allowed in the student’s registration number. If any mistake is made the Chief invigilator shall witness and initial the correction immediately it is made.

(xvii)       Candidates shall ensure that they enter the question numbers attempted in the appropriate columns on the front cover of the answer scripts.

(xviii)     Every candidate shall sign the students’ Examination Attendance Register at the start of each examination.

(xix)         On submission of the answer script after examination, each candidate shall sign off on the Students Examination Attendance Register.

 

For the avoidance of doubt, every student is responsible for the proper return of his examination script in the examination hall.

(xx)           Smoking, eating or drinking is prohibited in the examination hall.

 

Examination Misconduct

 

Any departure either by staff or student from laid down examination regulations constitutes examination misconduct. Examination misconduct should, therefore, be considered for staff as well as students in and outside the examination hall.

 

Examination Misconduct Committed in the Hall

 

(i)                 Every alleged case of examination misconduct arising during an examination shall be recorded on the prescribed Examination Misconduct Report Form filled in duplicate.

(ii)               The Examination Misconduct Report Form shall be completed before the student involved is allowed to continue with the examination. The students’ examination time shall not be extended.

(iii)             An allegation of a case of examination misconduct shall not constitute enough grounds for a student not to be allowed to complete writing the examination except where his continued presence within the examination hall endangers peace and good order.

(iv)             The Chief Invigilator shall package the completed Examination Misconduct Report Forms along with the relevant answer scripts and any supporting materials, in a separate envelope for the Faculty Examination Officer.

(v)               The Faculty Examination Officer shall collect all cases of examination misconduct at the end of each examination, make a record of them and promptly submit them to the Chairman of the Examination Misconduct Panel for the Faculty through the Dean of the Faculty who may retain the duplicate copy (only) of each Examination Misconduct Report Form.

(vi)             On no account shall a report  on an alleged case of examination  misconduct be delayed for more than one (1) working day in the custody of any forwarding officer.

(vii)           Only the Dean, the Examination Monitor or Examination Misconduct panel is empowered to treat examination misconduct cases and so no other officer shall either investigate a case or delay its forwarding process.

 

Examination Misconduct Detected Outside the Hall

 

  1. Any suspected case of examination misconduct detected outside the examination hall shall be promptly  reported in writing through the Head of Department to the Dean of Faculty who shall forward the case to the Chairman of the Faculty Examination Misconduct Panel within one (10 working day on receipt of the report.
  2. The Examination Misconduct Panel shall dispose of such cases before the next semester examinations.

 

Penalties for Examinations Misconduct by Students

 

Here are some misconduct with corresponding penalties as approved by Senate. The list is not exhaustive and Senate reserves the right to amend it from time to time.

 

The effective date for punishment for examination or other misconduct by students is from the date of Senate approval. The student retains all grades scored prior to the date of Senate approval.

 

A student who wishes to resume his studies after suspension must apply to Senate for permission to do so and timeously.

 

(a)

NATURE OF OFFENCE

PENALTY

i

Impersonation

Expulsion

ii

Forged receipts(s)/ document (s)

Expulsion

iii

Unauthorized handling of examination questions

Suspend for three (3) years. Expel at repeat of the same offence.

iv

Collaborative copying

Suspend for two (2) years. Expel at repeat of the same offence.

v

(a) Exchange of answer booklets

Suspend for two (2) years. Expel at repeat of the same offence.

vi

Refusal to handover suspected/incriminating material.

Suspend for two (2) years. Expel at repeat of the same offence.

vii

Destruction of suspected/incriminating material

Expel

viii

Mutilation of or use of fake/false Registration Number.

Suspend for three (3) years.

ix

Assault or fighting an invigilator

Expel

x

Presentation of false identity card

Suspend for three (3) years

xi

Possession of unauthorized material relevant to the examination

Suspend for three (3) years

xii

Smuggling of question paper out of the examination hall.

Suspend for three (3) years

xiii

Smuggling of answer script into the examination hall

Suspend for three (3) years

xiv

Conviction in two or more misconduct offences

Add one year for each offence up to a maximum of four (4) years, thereafter expel.

xv

Conviction in three or more misconduct offences

Add one year for each offence up to a maximum of four (4) years, thereafter expel

xvi

Refusal to appear before a panel after three invitations

Expel.

 

xvii

Refusal to sign Examination Misconduct form

Suspend for one (1) year.

 (b)        Repeat the Year

 

            Misconduct

(i)         Failure to return an answer script

(ii)        Conviction in two (2) or more misconduct in  (c ) below

(iii)       Conviction in three (3) or more misconduct in (d) below

 

(c )       Award an “F”

 

            Misconduct

 

(i)         Talking to another student during the examination

(ii)        Looking into another student’s answer script

(iii)       Unruly behaviour to the invigilator or any other examination officer.

(iv)       Borrowing or lending of any material in the examination hall.

(v)        Conviction in two (2) or more misconduct in (d) below.

 

(d)       Warning

 

            Misconduct

(i)         Writing before the start of examination.

(ii)        Writing after the call for stop of examination.

(iii)       Writing things other than the registration number on the question paper provided none of the misconduct (a) (ii) and (iv) above is committed.

 FOUR – YEAR STANDARD B. Ed. PROGRAMME (ACCOUNTANCY OPTION) COURSE OUTLINE.

 

YEAR I                      First Semester

 

Course Code

Course Title

Total Credits

Lecture

Tutorials

General Courses

 

 

 

GSS 101

Use of English I

2

2

 

GSS 107

Nigerian People and Culture

2

2

 

Faculty Courses

 

 

 

EDU 101

Sociological Foundation of Education

2

2

 

EDU 103

Historical Foundation of Education

2

2

 

Departmental Courses

 

 

 

ADE 101

Introduction to Adult Education & Characteristic of the Adult Learner

2

1

1

ADE 105

Historical Development of Adult Education

2

2

 

ADE 108

Introduction to Non-Formal and Life-Long Education

2

1

1

Teaching Subjects

 

 

 

ACC 101

Principle of Account I

2

2

 

ECO 101

Introduction to Economics

2

2

 

BUS 101

Introduction to Business I

2

2

 

LAW 201

Business Law I

2

2

 

 

Total:

22

20

02

 

YEAR I                       Second Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Total Credits

Lecture

Tutorials

General Courses

 

 

 

GSS 101

Use of English II

2

2

 

GSS 103

Introduction to Logic & Philosophy

2

2

 

Faculty Courses

 

 

 

EDU 102

Philosophical Foundation of Education

2

2

 

EDU 111

Introduction to Education Psychology

2

2

 

Departmental Courses

 

 

 

ADE 106

Principle of Adult Education

2

1

1

ADE 109

Philosophy of Adult Education

2

1

1

Teaching Subjects

 

 

 

ACC 102

Principle of Account II

2

2

 

ECO 105

Element of Economics

2

2

 

BUS 102

Introduction to Business II

2

2

 

 LAW 202

Business Law II

2

2

 

 

Total:

20

18

02

 

YEAR II:  ACCOUNTANCY OPTION

 

                        First Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Total Credits

Lecture

Tutorials

General Courses

 

 

 

GSS  104

History & Philosophy of Science

2

2

 

Faculty Courses

 

 

 

EDU 221

Fundamentals of Curriculum Development

2

2

 

EDU 222

Basic Methodology

2

2

 

EDU 212

Psychology of Learning

3

3

 

Departmental Courses

 

 

 

ADE 203

Psychology of Adult Learning

2

1

1

ADE 207

Methods of Teaching Adult & Adult  Literacy Method

2

1

1

Teaching Subjects

 

 

 

ECO 211

Microeconomics I

2

2

 

ACC213

Intermediate Financial Accounting I

2

2

 

ACC 221

Auditing I

2

2

 

FIN 201

Business Finance I

2

2

 

Electives: Take Any One Course From Below

 

 

 

CSC 101

Computer Programming I

2

2

 

STAT 101

Introduction to Statistics I

2

2

 

 

Total :

23

21

02

 

YEAR II                     Second Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Total Credits

Lecture

Tutorials

Faculty Courses

 

 

 

EDU 223

Special Methodology

2

2

 

EDU 261

Educational Technology

2

2

 

EDU 225

Microteaching

2

2

 

Departmental Courses

 

 

 

ADE 204

Media Techniques & Distance  Education

2

1

1

ADE 208

Sociology of Adult Education

2

2

 

ADE 206

Curriculum Development & Eva. In Adult Education

2

1

1

Teaching Subjects

 

 

 

ACC 214

Intermediate Financial Accounting II

2

2

 

ACC 222

Auditing II

2

2

 

FIN 202

Business Finance II

2

2

 

Electives: Take Any One Course From Below

 

 

 

CSC 102

Computer Programming II

2

2

 

STAT 101

Introduction to Statistics II

2

2

 

 

Total:

22

20

02

YEAR II ACCOUNTANCY OPTION (DIRECT ENTRY STUDENTS)

 

First Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Total Credits

Lecture

Tutorials

General Courses

 

 

 

GSS 101

Use of English I

2

2

 

GSS 104

History & Philosophy of Science

2

2

 

Faculty Courses

 

 

 

EDU 221

Fundamental of Curriculum Development

2

2

 

Departmental Courses

 

 

 

ADE 101

Introduction to Adult Education & Characteristic of the Adult Learner

2

1

1

ADE 105

Historical Development of Adult Education

2

2

 

ADE 108

Introduction to Non-Formal and Life-Long Education

2

1

1

ADE  203

Psychology of Adult Learning

2

1

1

ADE 207

Methods of Teaching Adult & Adult Literacy Method

2

1

1

Teaching Subjects

 

 

 

ACC 213

Intermediate Financial Accounting I

2

2

 

ACC 221

Auditing I

2

2

 

FIN 201

Business Finance I

2

2

 

Electives: Take Any One Course From Below

 

 

 

CSC 101

Introduction to Computer I

2

2

 

STAT 101

Introduction to Statistics I

2

2

 

 

Total:

24

20

04

 

                        Second Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Total Credits

Lecture

Tutorials

General Courses

 

 

 

GSS 102

Use of English II

2

2

 

Faculty Courses

 

 

 

EDU 261

Educational Technology

2

2

 

Departmental Courses

 

 

 

ADE 109

Philosophy of Adult Education

2

1

1

ADE 204

Media Techniques in Adult & Distance Education

2

1

1

ADE 208

Sociology of Adult

2

1

1

ADE 206

Curriculum Development & Evaluation in Adult Education

2

1

1

Teaching Subjects

 

 

 

ACC 214

Intermediate Financial Accounting II

2

2

 

ACC 222

Auditing II

2

2

 

FIN 202

Business Finance II

2

2

 

Electives: Take Any One Course From Below

 

 

 

CSC 102

Basic Programming II

2

2

 

STAT 102

Introduction to Statistics II

2

2

 

 

Total:

20

16

04

 

YEAR III ACCOUNTANCY OPTION

 

First Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Total Credits

Lecture

Tutorials

Faculty Courses

 

 

 

EDU 331

Education Research and Statistics

2

2

 

EDU 335

Special Education and Guidance Principles

2

2

 

Departmental Courses

 

 

 

ADE  301

Research in Adult Education

2

1

1

ADE  302

Programme Planning in Adult Education

2

1

1

ADE  305

Comparative Study in Adult Education

2

1

1

ADE  306

Management in Adult Education

2

1

1

ADE  308

Community Education & Rural Development

2

1

1

ADE 311

Extension & Continuing Education

2

1

1

Teaching Subjects

 

 

 

ACC  315

Advanced Financial Accounting I

2

2

 

ACC  371

Management Information System

2

2

 

                                   Total:

20

14

06

                        Second Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Total Credits

Lecture

Tutorials

Faculty Courses

 

 

 

 EDU 325

Teaching Practice

4

 

4

YEAR IV:   ACCOUNTANCY OPTION

                       

First Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Total Credits

Lecture

Tutorials

Faculty Courses

 

 

 

EDU 333

Test and Measurement

2

2

 

Departmental Courses

 

 

 

ADE  401

Material Development and Production

2

1

1

ADE  403

Contemporary Issues & Pre-Retirement Education

2

1

1

ADE  405

Practicum

4

1

3

Teaching Subjects

 

 

 

ACC 416

International Accounting

2

2

 

ACC 441

Management Accounting

2

2

 

ACC 461

Public Sector Accounting

2

2

 

BUS 331

Organizational Behaviours

2

2

 

BNK 321

Money & Banking I

2

2

 

 

Total:

20

15

05

 Second Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Total Credits

Lecture

Tutorials

Departmental Courses

 

 

 

EDU 402

Population Education

2

1

1

ADE  404

Women Education

2

2

 

EDU  433

Research Project

4

 

4

ADE 408

Professional Seminar

2

1

1

Teaching Subjects

 

 

 

ACC  417

Advanced Financial accounting II

2

2

 

ACC  423

Auditing and Investigation

2

2

 

ACC 442

Management Accounting

2

2

 

ACC 452

Advanced Taxation Law and Account

2

2

 

BNK 322

Money & Banking II

2

2

 

 

Total:

20

14

06

 FOUR – YEAR STANDARD B. Ed. PROGRAMME

 (ECONOMICS OPTION) COURSE OUTLINE.

 

YEAR I                      First Semester

 

Course Code

Course Title

Total Credits

Lecture

Tutorials

General Courses

 

 

 

GSS 101

Use of English I

2

2

 

GSS 107

Nigerian People and Culture

2

2

 

Faculty Courses

 

 

 

EDU 101

Sociological Foundation of Education

2

2

 

EDU 103

Historical Foundation of Education

2

2

 

Departmental Courses

 

 

 

ADE 101

Introduction to Adult Education & Characteristic of the Adult Learner

2

1

1

ADE 105

Historical Development of Adult Education

2

2

 

ADE 108

Introduction to Non-Formal and Life-Long Education

2

1

1

Teaching Subjects

 

 

 

ECO 101

Introduction/Principles of Economics I

2

2

 

ECO 102

Introduction to Statistics I

2

2

 

ECO 103

Introduction to Economics Maths I

2

2

 

ACC 101

Principles of Accounting I

2

2

 

                                        TOTAL

22

20

02

 

YEAR I : Second  Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Total Credits

Lecture

Tutorials

General Courses

 

 

 

GSS 101

Use of English II

2

2

 

GSS 103

Introduction to Logic & Philosophy

2

2

 

Faculty Courses

 

 

 

EDU 102

Philosophical Foundation of Education

2

2

 

EDU 111

Introduction to Education Psychology

2

2

 

Departmental Courses

 

 

 

ADE 106

Principle of Adult Education

2

1

1

ADE 109

Philosophy of Adult Education

2

1

1

Teaching Subjects

 

 

 

ECO 105

Introduction/Principles of Economics II

2

2

 

ECO 106

Introduction to Statistics II

2

2

 

ECO 107

Introduction to Economics Maths II

2

2

 

ACC 102

Principles of Accounting II

2

2

 

 

Total:

20

18

02

 

     YEAR II:  ECONOMICS  OPTION

 

                        First Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Total Credits

Lecture

Tutorials

General Courses

 

 

 

GSS  104

History & Philosophy of science

2

2

 

Faculty Courses

 

 

 

EDU 221

Fundamentals of Curriculum Development

2

2

 

EDU 222

Basic Methodology

2

2

 

EDU 212

Psychology of Learning

3

3

 

Departmental Courses

 

 

 

ADE 203

Psychology of Adult Learning

2

1

1

ADE 207

Methods of Teaching Adult & Adult Literacy Method

2

1

1

Teaching Subjects

 

 

 

ECO 211

Microeconomics I

2

2

 

ECO 212

Macro Economics I

2

2

 

ECO 251

Public Finance

2

2

 

ECO 261

Structure of Nigeria Economy I

2

2

 

CSC 101

Introduction to Computer Programming I

2

2

 

STAT 101

Introduction to Statistics I

2

2

 

 

Total :

23

21

02

 

YEAR II                     Second Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Total Credits

Lecture

Tutorials

Faculty Courses

 

 

 

EDU 223

Special Methodology

2

2

 

EDU 261

Educational Technology

2

2

 

EDU 225

Micro Teaching

2

2

 

Departmental Courses

 

 

1

ADE 204

Media Techniques & Distance Education

2

1

 

ADE 208

Sociology of Adult Education

2

2

1

ADE 206

 

Curriculum Development & Eva. In Adult Education

2

1

 

Teaching Subjects

 

 

 

ECO 213

Principle of Economics II

2

2

 

ECO 214

Macro Economics II

2

2

 

ECO 224

Business Economics

2

2

 

ECO 262

Structure of Nigeria Economy II

2

2

 

CSC 102

Introduction to Computer Programming II

2

2

 

STAT 102

Introduction to Statistics II

2

2

 

 

Total:

22

20

02



 

YEAR II:  ECONOMICS OPTION (DIRECT ENTRY STUDENTS)

                        First Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Total Credits

Lecture

Tutorials

General Courses

 

 

 

GSS  101

Use of English

2

2

 

GSS 104

History & Philosophy of science

2

2

 

Faculty Courses

 

 

 

EDU 221

Fundamental of Curriculum Development

2

2

 

Departmental Courses

 

 

 

ADE 101

Intro. To Adult Education & Characteristic of Adult Learner.

2

 

1

ADE 105

Historical Development of Adult Education

2

 

 

ADE  108

Introduction to Non-formal & life-Long Education

2

 

1

ADE 207

Methods of Teaching Adult & Adult Literacy Method

2

1

1

Teaching Subjects

 

 

 

ECO 211

Microeconomics

2

2

 

ECO 212

Macro Economics I

2

2

 

ECO 251

Public Finance

2

2

 

ECO 261

Structure of Nigeria Economy I

2

2

 

Electives: Take Any One Course From Below

 

 

 

CSC 101

Computer Programming I

2

2

 

STAT 101

Introduction to Statistics I

2

2

 

 

Total

24

20

04

 

YEAR II                     Second Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Total Credits

Lecture

Tutorials

General Courses

 

 

 

GSS 102

Use of English II

2

2

 

Faculty Courses

 

 

 

EDU 261

Educational Technology

2

2

 

Departmental Courses

 

 

 

ADE 109

Philosophy of Adult Education

2

1

1

ADE 204

Media Techniques in Adult Education & Distance Education

2

1

1

ADE 208

Sociology of Adult Education

2

1

1

ADE 206

Curriculum Development & Eva. In Adult Education

2

1

1

Teaching Subjects

 

 

 

ECO 212

Micro Economics II

2

2

 

ECO 214

Macro Economics II

2

2

 

ECO 224

Business Economics

2

2

 

ECO 264

Structure of Nigeria Economy II

2

2

 

Electives : Take Any One Course From Below

 

 

 

CSC 102

Basic Programming II

2

2

 

STAT 102

Introduction to Statistics II

2

2

 

 

Total

22

18

04

           

 

YEAR III:  ECONOMICS OPTION

 

                        First Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Total Credits

Lecture

Tutorials

Faculty Courses

 

 

 

EDU 331

Educational Research and Statistics

2

2

 

EDU 335

Special Education and Guidance Principle

2

2

 

Departmental Courses

 

 

 

ADE 301

Research in Adult Education

2

1

1

ADE 302

Programme Planning in Adult Education

2

1

1

ADE 305

Comparative in Adult Education

2

1

1

ADE 306

Management in Adult Education

2

1

1

ADE 308

Community Education & Rural Development

2

1

1

ADE 311

Extension & Continuing Education

2

1

1

ADE 203

Psychology of Adult Learning (for Direct Entry Student Only)

2

1

1

Teaching Subjects

 

 

 

ECO 315

Intermediate Micro Economics

2

2

 

ECO 332

International Economics I

2

2

 

ECO 364

Economics Development

2

2

 

 

Total :

22/24

16/17

06/07

  

YEAR III:                   Second Semester

 

EDU 325

Teaching Practice

4

 

 

 

Total

4

 

 

 

YEAR IV:  ECONOMICS  OPTION

 

                        First Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Total Credits

Lecture

Tutorials

Faculty Courses:

 

 

 

EDU 333

Test and Measurement

2

2

 

Departmental Courses

 

 

 

ADE 401

Material Development and production

2

1

1

ADE 403

Contemporary issues & Pre-retirement Education

2

1

1

ADE 405

Practicum

4

1

3

Teaching Subjects

 

 

 

ECO 417

Advanced Micro Economics

3

3

 

ECO 458

Fiscal Policy & Taxation

3

3

 

ECO 465

Economics Planning II

3

3

 

ECO 491

Project Evaluation

3

3

 

 

Total:

22

17

05

 

YEAR IV                    Second Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Total Credits

Lecture

Tutorials

Departmental Courses

 

 

 

ADE 402

Population Education

2

1

1

ADE 404

Women Education

2

2

 

EDU 433

Research Project

4

 

4

ADE 408

Professional Seminar

2

1

1

Teaching Subjects

2

2

 

ECO 316

Interrmediate Macro Economics

3

3

 

ECO 418

Advanced Macro Economics

3

3

 

ECO 453

Money and Marketing

3

3

 

ECO 492

Project Evaluation

3

3

 

 

Total

22

16

06

 

 FOUR – YEAR STANDARD B. Ed. PROGRAMME

 (MARKETING OPTION) COURSE OUTLINE.

 

YEAR I                      First Semester

 

Course Code

Course Title

Total Credits

Lecture

Tutorials

General Courses

 

 

 

GSS 101

Use of English I

2

2

 

GSS 107

Nigerian People and Culture

2

2

 

Faculty Courses

 

 

 

EDU 101

Sociological Foundation of Education

2

2

 

EDU 103

Historical Foundation of Education

2

2

 

Departmental Courses

 

 

 

ADE 101

Introduction to Adult Education & Characteristic of the Adult Learner

2

1

1

ADE 105

Historical Development of Adult Education

2

2

 

ADE 108

Introduction to Non-Formal and Life-Long Education

2

1

1

Teaching Subjects

 

 

 

ECO 101

Introduction/Principles of Economics

2

2

 

ACC 101

Principles of Accounting I

2

2

 

BUS 101

Introduction to Business I

2

2

 

CEM 103

Introduction to Cooperative

2

2

 

Electives: Take Any One Course From Below

 

CSC 101

Computer programming I

2

2

 

STAT 101

Introduction to statistics I

2

2

 

 

TOTAL

24

22

02

 

YEAR I: Second Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Total Credits

Lecture

Tutorials

General Courses

 

 

 

GSS 101

Use of English II

2

2

 

GSS 103

Introduction to Logic & Philosophy

2

2

 

Faculty Courses

 

 

 

EDU 102

Philosophical Foundation of Education

2

2

 

EDU 111

Introduction to Education Psychology

3

2

 

Departmental Courses

 

 

 

ADE 106

Principle of Adult Education

2

1

1

ADE 109

Philosophy of Adult Education

2

1

1

Teaching Subjects

 

 

 

ECO 105

Introduction/Principles of Economics II

2

2

 

ACC 102

Principles of Accounting II

2

2

 

BUS 102

Introduction to Business II

2

2

 

MKT 102

Introduction to Entrepreneurship & Marketing II

2

2

 

Electives: Take Any One Course From Below

CSC 101

Computer programming II

2

2

 

STAT 101

Introduction to Statistics II

2

2

 

 

Total :

23

21

02

YEAR II:  MARKETING OPTION

 

                        First Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Total Credits

Lecture

Tutorials

General Courses

 

 

 

GSS  104

History & Philosophy of science

2

2

 

Faculty Courses

 

 

 

EDU 221

Fundamental of Curriculum Development

2

2

 

EDU 222

Basic Methodology

2

2

 

EDU 212

Psychology of Learning

3

3

 

Departmental courses

 

 

 

ADE 203

Psychology of Adult Learning

2

1

1

ADE 207

Methods of Teaching Adult & Adult Literacy Method

2

1

1

Teaching Subjects

 

 

 

MKT 201

Principles of Marketing I

2

2

 

MKT 211/313

Purchasing & Material  Management

2

2

 

BUS 203

Principle of Management I

2

2

 

MKT 215

Business Communication

2

2

 

LAW 201

Business Communication

2

2

 

 

TOTALS:

23

21

02

 

 

YEAR II                     Second  Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Total Credits

Lecture

Tutorials

Faculty Courses

 

 

 

EDU 223

Special Methodology

2

2

 

EDU 261

Educational Technology

2

2

 

EDU 225

Micro Teaching

2

2

 

Departmental Courses

 

 

1

ADE 204

Media Techniques & Distance Education

2

1

 

ADE 208

Sociology of Adult Education

2

2

1

ADE 206

 

Curriculum Development & Eva. In Adult Education

2

1

 

Teaching Subjects

 

 

 

BUS 204

Principle of  Management II

2

2

 

MKT 202

Principles of Management II

2

2

 

LAW 202

Business Law II

2

2

 

 

Total:

18

16

02

 

YEAR II:  MARKETING OPTION (DIRECT ENTRY STUDENTS)

                        First Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Total Credits

Lecture

Tutorials

General Courses

 

 

 

GSS  101

Use of English

2

2

 

GSS 104

History & Philosophy of science

2

2

 

Faculty Courses

 

 

 

EDU 221

Fundamentals of Curriculum Development

2

2

 

Departmental Courses

 

 

 

ADE 101

Intro. To Adult Education & Characteristic of Adult Learner.

2

1

1

ADE 105

Historical Development of Adult Education

2

2

 

ADE  108

Introduction to Non-formal & life-Long Education

2

1

1

ADE 203

Psychology of Adult Learning

2

1

1

ADE 207

Methods of Teaching Adult & Adult Literacy Method

2

1

1

Teaching Subjects

 

 

 

MKT 201

Principles of Marketing I

2

2

 

BUS 203

Principles of Marketing II

2

2

 

LAW 201

Business Law I

2

2

 

Electives: Take Any One Course From Below

2

2

 

CSC 101

Computer Programming I

2

2

 

STAT 101

Introduction to statistics I

2

2

 

 

Total

24

20

04

 

YEAR II                     Second Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Total Credits

Lecture

Tutorials

General Courses

 

 

 

GSS 102

Use of English II

2

2

 

Faculty Courses

 

 

 

EDU 261

Educational Technology

2

2

 

Departmental Courses

 

 

 

ADE 109

Philosophy of Adult Education

2

1

1

ADE 204

Media Techniques in Adult Education & Distance Education

2

1

1

ADE 208

Sociology of Adult Education

2

1

1

ADE 206

Curriculum Development & Eva. In Adult Education

2

1

1

Teaching Subjects

 

 

 

BUS 204

Principles of Management II

2

2

 

MKT 202

Principle of Marketing II

2

2

 

BNK 201

Element of Banking

2

2

 

LAW 202

Business Law II

2

2

 

Electives : Take Any One Course From Below

 

 

 

CSC 102

Basic Programming II

2

2

 

STAT 102

Introduction to Statistics II

2

2

 

 

Total

22

18

04

           

 YEAR III:  MARKETING OPTION

 

                        First Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Total Credits

Lecture

Tutorials

Faculty Courses

 

 

 

EDU 331

Educational Research and Statistics

2

2

 

EDU 335

Special Education and Guidance Principle

2

2

 

Departmental Courses

 

 

 

ADE 301

Research in Adult Education

2

1

1

ADE 302

Programme Planning in Adult Education

2

1

1

ADE 305

Comparative in Adult Education

2

1

1

ADE 306

Management in Adult Education

2

1

1

ADE 308

Community Education & Rural Development

2

1

1

ADE 311

Extension & Continuing Education

2

1

1

Teaching Subjects

 

 

 

MKT 331

Advertising Management

2

2

 

MKT 336

Sales Management

2

2

 

BNK 210

Element of Banking

2

2

 

MKT 334

Physical Distribution

2

2

 

 

Total :

24

18

06

 

YEAR III:                   Second  Semester

 

EDU 325

Teaching Practice

4

 

 

 

Total

4

 

 

 YEAR IV:  MARKETING OPTION

 

                        First Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Total Credits

Lecture

Tutorials

Faculty Courses:

 

 

 

EDU 333

Test and Measurement

2

2

 

Departmental courses

 

 

 

ADE 401

Material Development and production

2

1

1

ADE 403

Contemporary issues & Pre-retirement Education

2

1

1

ADE 405

Practicum

4

1

3

Teaching Subjects

 

 

 

MKT 435

Marketing Management

2

2

 

MKT 433

Industrial Marketing

2

2

 

MKT 434

International Marketing

2

2

 

MKT 212

Introduction to Marketing communication

2

2

 

MKT 346

Product and Brand Management

2

2

 

MKT 211/313

Purchasing & Material management (for Direct Entry Students Only)

2

2

 

MKT 215

Business Communication (for Direct Entry Students Only)

2

2

 

 

Total:

20/24

15/19

04

 

 

YEAR IV                    Second  Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Total Credits

Lecture

Tutorials

Departmental Courses

 

 

 

ADE 402

Population Education

2

1

1

ADE 404

Women Education

2

2

 

EDU 433

Research Project

4

 

4

ADE 408

Professional Seminar

2

1

1

Teaching Subjects

 

 

 

ECO 316

Agric & Food Marketing

2

2

 

ECO 418

Marketing Ethics & Nigerian Marketing system

2

2

 

ECO 453

Consumer Behaviour

2

2

 

ECO 492

Public Relations

2

2

 

 

Total

18

12

06

 

FOUR – YEAR STANDARD B. Ed. PROGRAMME

 (MASS COMMUNICATION OPTION) COURSE OUTLINE.

 

YEAR I                      First Semester

 

Course Code

Course Title

Total Credits

Lecture

Tutorials

General Courses

 

 

 

GSS 101

Use of English I

2

2

 

GSS 107

Nigerian People and Culture

2

2

 

Faculty Courses

 

 

 

EDU 101

Sociological Foundation of Education

2

2

 

EDU 103

Historical Foundation of Education

2

2

 

Departmental Courses

 

 

 

ADE 101

Introduction to Adult Education & Characteristic of the Adult Learner

2

1

1

ADE 105

Historical Development of Adult Education

2

2

 

ADE 108

Introduction to Non-Formal and Life-Long Education

2

1

1

Teaching Subjects

 

 

 

MAC 101

Introduction to Mass Communication

2

2

 

MAC 111

Intro. to Reporting and News Writing I

2

2

 

MAC 121

History of Nigeria Mass Communication

2

2

 

MAC 161

English for Mass Communication

2

2

 

Electives: Take Any One Course From Below

 

CSC 101

Computer programming I

2

2

 

STAT 101

Introduction to statistics I

2

2

 

 

TOTAL

24

22

 

 

YEAR I : Second  Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Total Credits

Lecture

Tutorials

General Courses

 

 

 

GSS 101

Use of English II

2

2

 

GSS 103

Introduction to Logic & Philosophy

2

2

 

Faculty Courses

 

 

 

EDU 102

Philosophical Foundation of Education

2

2

 

EDU 111

Introduction to Education Psychology

2

2

 

Departmental Courses

 

 

 

ADE 106

Principle of Adult Education

2

1

1

ADE 109

Philosophy of Adult Education

2

2

1

Teaching Subjects

 

 

 

MAC 102

Intro. to Mass Communication

2

2

 

MAC 112

Intermediate Reporting and News Writing II

2

2

 

MAC 162

English for Mass Communication II

2

2

 

MAC 122

African Communication System

2

2

 

Electives: Take Any One Course From Below

CSC 101

Computer Programming II

2

2

 

STAT 101

Introduction to Statistics II

2

2

 

 

Total :

23

21

02

YEAR II:  MASS COMMUNICATION OPTION

 

                        First Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Total Credits

Lecture

Tutorials

General Courses

 

 

 

GSS  104

History & Philosophy of science

2

2

 

Faculty Courses

 

 

 

EDU 221

Fundamentals of Curriculum Development

2

2

 

EDU 222

Basic Methodology

2

2

 

EDU 212

Psychology of Learning

3

3

 

Departmental Courses

 

 

 

ADE 203

Psychology of Adult Learning

2

1

1

ADE 207

Methods of Teaching Adult & Adult Literacy Method

2

1

1

Teaching Subjects

 

 

 

MAC 221

Theories of Mass Communication

2

2

 

MAC 241

Principles of Broadcasting

2

2

 

MAC 281

Speech Communication

2

2

 

MAC 251

Principles of Public Relation

2

2

 

 

Total:

21

19

02

 

YEAR II                     Second Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Total Credits

Lecture

Tutorials

Faculty Courses

 

 

 

EDU 223

Special Methodology

2

2

 

EDU 261

Educational Technology

2

2

 

EDU 225

Micro Teaching

2

2

 

Departmental Courses

 

 

1

ADE 204

Media Techniques & Distance Education

2

1

 

ADE 208

Sociology of Adult Education

2

2

1

ADE 206

 

Curriculum Development & Eva. in Adult Education

2

1

 

Teaching Subjects

 

 

 

MAC 212

Writing for Mass Media

2

2

 

MAC 222

Mass Media and Society

2

2

 

MAC 252

Principles of Advertising

2

2

 

MAC 262

Graphic of Mass Communication

2

2

 

MAC 312/211

Critical writing and review

2

2

 

 

Totals

22

21

02

 

YEAR II:  MASS COMMUNICATION OPTION

(DIRECT ENTRY STUDENTS)

                        First Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Total Credits

Lecture

Tutorials

General Courses

 

 

 

GSS  101

Use of English

2

2

 

GSS 104

History & Philosophy of Science

2

2

 

Faculty Courses

2

2

 

EDU 221

Fundamentals of Curriculum Development

2

2

 

Departmental Courses

 

 

 

ADE 101

Intro. To Adult Education & Characteristics of Adult Learner.

 

 

 

ADE 105

Historical Development of Adult Education

2

2

1

ADE  108

Introduction to Non-formal & life-Long Education

2

1

1

ADE 203

Psychology of Adult Learning

2

1

1

ADE 207

Methods of Teaching Adult & Adult Literacy Method

2

1

1

Teaching Subjects

 

 

 

MAC 221

Theories of Mass Communication

2

2

 

MAC 241

Principles of Broadcasting

2

2

 

MAC 251

Principles of Public Relation

2

2

 

Electives: Take Any One Course From Below

 

 

 

CSC 101

Computer Programming I

2

2

 

STAT 101

Introduction to Statistics I

2

2

 

 

Total

24

20

04

 

YEAR II                     Second Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Total Credits

Lecture

Tutorials

General Courses

 

 

 

GSS 102

Use of English II

2

2

 

Faculty Courses

 

 

 

EDU 261

Educational Technology

2

2

 

Departmental Courses

 

 

 

ADE 109

Philosophy of Adult Education

2

1

1

ADE 204

Media Techniques in Adult Education & Distance Education

2

1

1

ADE 208

Sociology of Adult Education

2

1

1

ADE 206

Curriculum Development & Eva. in Adult Education

2

1

1

Teaching Subjects

 

 

 

MAC 212

Writing for Mass Media

2

2

 

MAC 222

Mass Media and Society

2

2

 

MAC 252

Principles of Advertising

2

2

 

MAC 262

Graphic of Mass Communication

2

2

 

MAC 312/211

Critical writing and review

2

2

 

Electives : Take Any One Course From Below

 

 

 

CSC 102

Basic Programming II

2

2

 

STAT 102

Introduction to Statistics II

2

2

 

 

Total

24

20

04

           

YEAR III:  MASS COMMUNICATION OPTION

 

                        First Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Total Credits

Lecture

Tutorials

Faculty Courses

 

 

 

EDU 331

Educational Research and Statistics

2

2

 

EDU 335

Special Education and Guidance Principle

2

2

 

Departmental Courses

 

 

 

ADE 301

Research in Adult Education

2

1

1

ADE 302

Programme Planning in Adult Education

2

1

1

ADE 305

Comparative in Adult Education

2

1

1

ADE 306

Management in Adult Education

2

1

1

ADE 308

Community Education & Rural Development

2

1

1

ADE 311

Extension & Continuing Education

2

1

1

Teaching Subjects

 

 

 

MAC 301

Specialized reporting

2

2

 

MAC 321

Mass media and politics

2

2

 

MAC 331

News editing and production

2

2

 

MAC 281

Speech Communication (for direct Entry students only)

2

2

 

 

 

22/24

16/18

06

 

YEAR III:                   Second Semester

 

EDU 325

Teaching Practice

4

 

 

 

Total

4

 

 

 YEAR IV:  MASS COMMUNICATION OPTION

 

                        First Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Total Credits

Lecture

Tutorials

Faculty Courses:

 

 

 

EDU 333

Test and Measurement

2

2

 

Departmental Courses

 

 

 

ADE 401

Material Development and production

2

1

1

ADE 403

Contemporary issues & Pre-retirement Education

2

1

1

ADE 405

Practicum

4

1

3

Teaching Subjects

 

 

 

MAC 421

Development communication

2

2

 

MAC 461

Ethnics of mass communication

2

2

 

MAC 431

Advanced Newspaper Production

2

2

 

MAC 481

Advanced Radio & TV Production

2

2

 

 

Total:

18

13

05

 

YEAR IV                    Second Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Total Credits

Lecture

Tutorials

Departmental Courses

 

 

 

ADE 402

Population Education

2

1

1

EDU 404

Women Education

2

2

 

EDU 433

Research Project

4

 

4

ADE 408

Professional Seminar

2

1

1

Teaching Subjects

2

2

 

MAC 422

International communication

2

2

 

MAC 462

Mass communication law

2

2

 

MAC 492

Org. & Mgt of Advertising & Public Relation Agencies

2

2

 

MAC 482

Documentary firm production

2

2

 

MAC 432

Layout design

2

2

 

 

Total

20

14

06

FOUR – YEAR STANDARD B. Ed. PROGRAMME

 (POLITICAL SCIENCE OPTION) COURSE OUTLINE.

 

YEAR I                      First Semester

 

Course Code

Course Title

Total Credits

Lecture

Tutorials

General Courses

 

 

 

GSS 101

Use of English I

2

2

 

GSS 107

Nigerian People and Culture

2

2

 

Faculty Courses

 

 

 

EDU 101

Sociological Foundation of Education

2

2

 

EDU 103

Historical Foundation of Education

2

2

 

Departmental Courses

 

 

 

ADE 101

Introduction to Adult Education & Characteristic of the Adult Learner

2

1

1

ADE 105

Historical Development of Adult Education

2

2

 

ADE 108

Introduction to Non-Formal and Life-Long Education

2

1

1

Teaching Subjects

 

 

 

PSC 101

Introduction to Political Science I

2

2

 

PSC 102

Citizen and State

2

2

 

PSC 122

Constitutional Development

2

2

 

 

 

 

 

 

Electives: Take Any One Course From Below

 

 

 

CSC 101

Computer programming I

2

2

 

STAT 101

Introduction to statistics I

2

2

 

 

TOTAL

22

20

02

 

YEAR I : Second  Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Total Credits

Lecture

Tutorials

General Courses

 

 

 

GSS 102

Use of English II

2

2

 

GSS 103

Introduction to Logic & Philosophy

2

2

 

Faculty Courses

 

 

 

EDU 102

Philosophical Foundation of Education

2

2

 

EDU 111

Introduction to Education Psychology

3

3

 

Departmental Courses

 

 

 

ADE 106

Principle of Adult Education

2

1

1

ADE 109

Philosophy of Adult Education

2

1

1

Teaching Subjects

 

 

 

PSC 121

Political Culture

2

2

 

PSC 103

Intro. To Political Science II

2

2

 

PSC 181

Politics in Africa

2

2

 

 

 

 

 

 

Electives: Take Any One Course From Below

CSC 101

Computer programming II

2

2

 

STAT 101

Introduction to Statistics II

2

2

 

 

T0TAL

21

19

02

YEAR II:  POLITICAL SCIENCE OPTION

 

                        First Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Total Credits

Lecture

Tutorials

General Courses

 

 

 

GSS  104

History & Philosophy of science

2

2

 

Faculty Courses

 

 

 

EDU 221

Fundamental of Curriculum Development

2

2

 

EDU 222

Basic Methodology

2

2

 

EDU 212

Psychology of Learning

3

3

 

Departmental courses

 

 

 

ADE 203

Psychology of Adult Learning

2

1

1

ADE 207

Methods of Teaching Adult & Adult Literacy Method

2

1

1

Teaching Subjects

 

 

 

PSC 211

Intro. to Political Theory

2

2

 

PSC 251

Intro. to Public Administration

2

2

 

PSC 261

Intro. to Local Government

2

2

 

PSC 273

Government and Politics in Nigeria

2

2

 

 

TOTAL

21

19

02

 

YEAR II                     Second Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Total Credits

Lecture

Tutorials

Faculty Courses

 

 

 

EDU 223

Special Methodology

2

2

 

EDU 261

Educational Technology

2

2

 

EDU 225

Micro Teaching

2

2

 

Departmental Courses

 

 

1

ADE 204

Media Techniques & Distance Education

2

1

 

ADE 208

Sociology of Adult Education

2

2

1

ADE 206

 

Curriculum Development & Eva. In Adult Education

2

1

 

Teaching Subjects

 

 

 

PSC 211

Political Analysis

2

2

 

PSC 212

Political Ideas

2

2

 

PSC 252

Intro. To Public Administration II

2

2

 

PSC 231

International Relation

2

2

 

 

Total

20

18

02

 

YEAR II:  POLITICAL SCIENCE (DIRECT ENTRY STUDENTS)

                        First Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Total Credits

Lecture

Tutorials

General Courses

 

 

 

GSS  101

Use of English

2

2

 

GSS 104

History & Philosophy of science

2

2

 

Faculty Courses

 

 

 

EDU 221

Fundamental of Curriculum Development

2

2

 

Departmental courses

 

 

 

ADE 101

Intro. To Adult Education & Characteristic of Adult Learner.

2

1

1

ADE  105

Historical Development of Adult Education

2

2

 

ADE  108

Introduction to Non-formal & life-Long Education

2

1

1

ADE  203

Psychology of Adult Learning

2

1

1

ADE  207

Methods of Teaching Adult & Adult Literacy Method

2

1

1

Teaching Subjects

 

 

 

PSC 211

Intro. To Political Theory

2

2

 

PSC 251

Intro. To Public Administration

2

2

 

PSC 261

Intro. To Local Government

2

2

 

 

 

 

 

 

Electives: Take Any One Course From Below

 

 

 

CSC 101

Computer Programming I

2

2

 

STAT 101

Introduction to statistics I

2

2

 

 

Total

24

20

04

 

YEAR II                     Second Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Total Credits

Lecture

Tutorials

General Courses

 

 

 

GSS 102

Use of English II

2

2

 

Faculty Courses

 

 

 

EDU 261

Educational Technology

2

2

 

Departmental Courses

 

 

 

ADE 109

Philosophy of Adult Education

2

1

1

ADE 204

Media Techniques in Adult Education & Distance Education

2

1

1

ADE 208

Sociology of Adult Education

2

1

1

ADE 206

Curriculum Development & Eva. In Adult Education

2

1

1

Teaching Subjects

 

 

 

PSC 211

Political Analysis

2

2

 

PSC 212

Political Ideas

2

2

 

PSC 252

Intro. To Public Administration II

2

2

 

PSC 231

International Relation

2

2

 

Electives : Take Any One Course From Below

 

 

 

CSC 102

Basic Programming II

2

2

 

STAT 102

Introduction to Statistics II

2

2

 

 

Total

22

18

04

           

 YEAR III:  POLITICAL SCIENCE OPTION

 

                        First Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Total Credits

Lecture

Tutorials

Faculty Courses

 

 

 

EDU 331

Educational Research and Statistics

2

2

 

EDU 335

Special Education and Guidance Principles

2

2

 

Departmental Courses

 

 

 

ADE 301

Research in Adult Education

2

1

1

ADE 302

Programme Planning in Adult Education

2

1

1

ADE 305

Comparative in Adult Education

2

1

1

ADE 306

Management in Adult Education

2

1

1

ADE 308

Community Education & Rural Development

2

1

1

ADE 311

Extension & Continuing Education

2

1

1

Teaching Subjects

 

 

 

PSC 313

History of Political Thought

2

2

 

PSC 322

Theories of International Relations

2

2

 

PSC 315

Political Behaviour

2

2

 

 

Total :

22

16

06

 

YEAR III:                   Second Semester

 

EDU 325

Teaching Practice

4

 

 

 

Total

4

 

 

 YEAR IV:  POLITICAL SCIENCE OPTION

 

                        First Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Total Credits

Lecture

Tutorials

Faculty Courses:

 

 

 

EDU 333

Test and Measurement

2

2

 

Departmental courses

 

 

 

ADE 401

Material Development and production

2

1

1

ADE 403

Contemporary issues & Pre-retirement Education

2

1

1

ADE 405

Practicum

4

1

3

Teaching Subjects

 

 

 

PSC 426

Military in Government and Politics

2

2

 

PSC 417

Political Sociology

2

2

 

PSC 462

Comparative Local Government Studies

2

2

 

PSC 474

State and Economy

2

2

 

For Direct Entry Students Only

 

 

 

PSC 273

Government and Politics in Africa

2

2

 

 

Total:

18/20

13/15

05

 

YEAR IV                    Second Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Total Credits

Lecture

Tutorials

Departmental Courses

 

 

 

ADE 402

Population Education

2

1

1

ADE 404

Women Education

2

2

 

ADE 433

Project

4

 

4

ADE 408

Professional Seminar

2

1

1

Teaching Subjects

2

2

 

PSC 434

International Economics Relations

2

2

 

PSC 435

Third World and Dependency

2

2

 

PSC 436

Imperialism and Nationalism

2

2

 

PSC 316

African Political Thought

2

2

 

PSC 314

Public Policy Analysis

 

 

 

 

Total

20

14

06

 

PHILOSOPHY OF THE DEPARTMENT

 

The Department of Adult Education (ADE) is established on the belief that adult education is the type of education intended to provide formal, non-formal and life-long education including functional and remedial education for youths and adults who prematurely dropped out of the formal school system.  The Department accepts the view as enshrined in the National Policy on Education (NPE; 1981 & 2004) that Adult Education is important to provide further education for different categories of completers of the formal education system in order to improve their basic knowledge and skills.  The Department also accepts the view that adult education is required to encourage individuals who missed their initial opportunity for formal education for self-improvement, self-directedness and full participation in the society.

 

RATIONALE  FOR A DIPLOMA PROGRAMME

In recognition of the importance of Adult Education as an instrument of change and a powerful weapon to reduce the high rate of illiteracy in the country, the Federal Government of Nigeria included Adult Education for the first time in the National Policy on Education (NPE, 1981) to equip individuals with knowledge, skills and attitude for gainful employment.  Also in recognition of the Principles of Article 26 of the Universal Declaration on Human Rights (UNESCO, 1950), the Jomtien World Declaration on Education for All (EFA, 1990), the Dakar Framework for Action (DFA, 2000), and  supported by an Act of Parliament (National Assembly) in 2007, the Federal Government of Nigeria directed all Universities with Faculties of Education and Colleges of Education to establish Adult Education Progammes in order to widen access to education and promote social justice.  These excerpts provide the guideline for the Department of Adult Education to establish a Diploma Programme to achieve the goals and objectives for the Diploma Programme.

 

GOALS AND OBJECTIVE OF THE PROGRAMME

The Diploma Programme is designed to meet the following goals as outlined in National Policy on Education.

 

  1. To produce qualified instructors and facilitators for the training of adult learners in adult focused centres.
  2. To provide functional and remedial education for youths and adults who prematurely dropped out of the formal school system.
  3. To provide further education for different categories of completers of the formal education system in order to improve their basic knowledge and skills.
  4. To provide in-service on-the-job, vocational and professional training for different categories of workers and professionals in order to improve their skills.
  5. To provide access and career advancement possibilities for youths and adults who wish to stay and continue in learning.

 

DURATION OF DIPLOMA PROGRAMME

Diploma programmes shall run for a minimum of two academic year and a

maximum of three academic years.

 

ADMISSION REQUIREMENT

The entry qualification to the programme will be –

 

  1. Five credit passes in WASC/GCE/NECO/TC II or any other approved certificate at ordinary level which must include a credit pass in English Language and a pass in Mathematics.

 VIABILITY OF THE PROGRAMME

There is acute shortage nation-wide in the preparation of instructors and facilitators for Adult Education programmes.  This is in the face of increased awareness of the role of adult education in the development of the adult.

 

Currently in Anambra State, there are about 275 adult public literacy or focused training centres and almost all of them are staffed with untrained instructors.   With the high population growth rate in the country, the need for adult education will continue to rise.  With job losses, early retirement and dislocations the need for the trainers of adults in focused centres will continue to rise.

 

This programme, therefore, is a very viable one that can be self-sustaining if well managed.

 

FUNDING OF THE PROGRAMME

The capital equipment of the regular programme of the department, faculty and university will be available for the programme, so the expected actual cost to the university will be in terms of the recurrent cost of remuneration to staff (academic and non-academic) resource materials and teaching aids including the stationery to run the programme.  With the expected demand for the programme, there is a strong hope that the usual fees charged by the university for similar programmes will provide enough funds to run it and have enough extra for improving the facilities for some other programmes of the department, faculty and university.

 

GRADING SYSTEM/NATURE OF THE DIPLOMA

Grading will be on a five point scale details of which are as follows;

 

Percentage/

Score

Letter Grade

Grade Point

Cumulative Point Average

Class of Diploma

70 – 100

A

5

  4.50 - 5.00

Distinction

60 – 69

B

4

3.50 – 4.49

Upper Credit

50 – 59

C

3

2.50 – 3.49

Lower Credit

45 – 49

D

2

2.00 – 2.49

Merit

40 – 44

E

1

1.00 – 1.99

Pass

00 - 39

F

0

0.00 – 0.99

Fail

 

OPPORTUNITY FOR ADMISSION INTO B.Ed. DEGREE PROGRAMME

 

On successful completion of the two year diploma programme, a candidate who satisfies the entry level requirements and who applies to the department for direct entry admission through JAMB will be given preference in admission into the department’s programme.

 

COURSE NUMBERS/CODES

Each course has a code that begins with a three character abbreviation (ADE …) representing Adult Education.  This is followed by a sequence of three numbers reflecting the Diploma States (0), the year of study, the arts of study covered and the number of time the area is offered.

 

 

 

 

 

COURSES FOR DIPLOMA IN ADULT EDUCATION

Year 1                                                First Semester

Course Code

 

Course Title

 

Total Credit

GSS   101

Use of English 1

2

ADE 011

History of Adult Education in Nigeria

2

ADE 012

Introduction to Psychology of Adult Learning

2

ADE 013

Introduction to Sociology of Adult Education

2

ADE 014

Organization and Administration of Adult Education

2

ADE 015

Introduction to Community Development

2

 

 

 

 

Total

12

 

Year 1                                                Second Semester

 

Course Code

 

Course Title

 

Total Credit

GSS  102

Use of English 11

2

ADE 016

Agencies/Organizations in Adult Education

2

ADE 017

Introduction to Social Welfare

2

ADE 018

Introduction to Extension Education

2

ADE 019

Introduction to Distance education

2

ADE 020

Literacy Education

2

 

 

2

 

Total

12

 

Year 11          First Semester

 

Course Code

 

Course Title

 

Total Credit

GSS   104

History and Philosophy of Science

2

GSS   107

Nigerian People and Culture

2

EDU 101

Sociological Foundation of Education

2

EDU 103

Historical Foundation of Education

2

ADE 101

Introduction to Adult Education

2

ADE 105

Historical Development of Adult Education

2

ADE 108

Introduction to Non-formal & Life long Education

2

Course Option

Students shall take two courses from their options

4

 

Total

18

 

 

Year 11                                  Second Semester

 

Course Code

 

Course Title

 

Total Credit

GSS   103

Logic and Philosophy

2

EDU 102

Philosophical Foundation of Education

2

EDU 111

Introduction to Education Psychology

2

ADE 106

Principles of Adult Education

2

ADE 109

Philosophy of Adult Education

2

ADE 224

Research Project

4

Course Option

Students shall take two courses from their options

4

 

Total

18

 

ADULT EDUCATION DIPLOMA PROGRAMME COURSE DESCRIPTION

ADE 011

History of Adult Education in Nigeria, the World

 

The development of Adult Education in Nigeria, The history of workers education, Early education in Nigeria and educational polices, The development of Adult Education policies before and after colonial era.

 

 

 

 

 

2

ADE 012

Introduction to Psychology of Adult Learning

 

Definitions of psychology and education; Scope of educational psychology; An adult and his attributes; Differences between an adult and a child; Adult Psychology; Adult development on physical, intellectual or cognitive, emotional, moral and social changes; Adult in a learning situation, Conditions promoting adult learning.

 

 

 

2

ADE 013

Introduction to Sociology of Adult Education

 

What is Sociology?  What is Sociology of Adult Education? Relevance of Sociology to adult education. Sociological theories; Social Life, Society; Culture, Socialization, Demography, Aging, Deviance and norms; Gender stratification and inequality, Social institutions; Social changes and benefits.

 

 

 

 

 

2

ADE 014

Introduction to Organization and Administration of Adult Education

 

The field of organization and administration; Dynamics of Adult Educational organization; Major Approaches to the study of organization; Administrative Structure of Adult Education; Principles of Adult Education Administration; Organising Adult Educational Programme.

 

 

 

 

 

2

ADE 015

Introduction to Community Development

 

The concept of community development; Distinctive characteristics of community development; Aims and objectives of community development; Approaches to community development; Community development in Nigeria: (Northern, Eastern and Western parts of Nigeria). Principles and philosophy of community development; Problems of Community development; Processes of community development; Faith behind community development.

 

 

 

 

 

 

2

 

 

 

ADE 016

Agencies or Organizations in Adult Education

 

Definition of agencies; names and objectives of the agencies involved in adult education in Nigeria. Classification of the agencies and the functions of the agencies. Roles of the agencies in the development of adult education in Nigeria.

 

 

 

 

2

 

ADE 017

Introduction to Social Welfare

 

The concepts of Social Welfare; Historical background of social welfare in Nigeria; Social welfare services, programmes and organizations; Social welfare programmes and practice for adults: Medical and Psychiatric Settings; Correctional services as part of the institution of social welfare; Recreation and leisure-time activities; Social Welfare agencies in Nigeria.

 

 

 

 

 

2

 

 

ADE 018

Introduction to Extension Education

 

Origin of Extension; Definition of extension; Basic philosophy of extension;  Rural Education; Principles of extension education; The role of the change agent ; Extension Teaching Methods; Importance of communication and conduct of a meeting; Differences and Similarities between community development extension educations.

 

ADE 019

Distance Education

 

Introduction to Distance Education; Meaning and scope of Distance Education;

History of distance education; Characteristics of distance education; Relevance of distance education to adults; Distance education and adult learning; Types of distance education.

 

 

 

2

 

 

ADE 020

Introduction to Literacy Education

 

Definitions of literacy; Types of literacy; The literacy education practice of the colonial administration in Nigeria; Introduction of literacy by the Muslim Scholars and Christian missionaries; Mass literacy efforts in the pre and post independent Nigeria; Agencies and the promotion of literacy in Nigeria.

 

 

 

2

ADE 101

Introduction to Adult Education

 

The concept of adult, the neglect of adult in the scheme of formal education in developing countries, its scope and consequences, adult education activities, the role major objectives of adult education.

 

 

2

ADE 105

History of Development of Adult Education

 

Traditional forms of adult education, adult education during the colonial era, post-independence developments.

 

 

2

ADE 106

Principles of Adult Education

 

Aims, Nature and scope of adult education: major features and basic assumptions that underlie the promotion of adult education.

 

 

2

ADE 108

Introduction to Non-formal and Life Long Education

 

The nature and scope of lifelong education.  Programmes in lifelong education.  The importance and challenges of lifelong education.

 

 

 

2

 

 

 

 

ADE 109

 

Philosophy of the Adult Learner Examination of Philosophical concept, that underlie all forms of adult education

 

2

 

ADE 224

Research Project

 

Students are expected to write a research project.

 

4

ADE 207

Methods of Teaching Adult and Literacy Method

 

The problem of the adult learners major approaches in National Policy on Education; problem centered, projective self-actualization and participating approaches.  The concept of illiteracy, strategies for reducing literacy functional literacy and development.

 

 

 

2

ADE 208

Sociology of Adult Education

 

Concept of sociology, man in society, social instruction and their impact on adult education.  Factors favourable to social transformation and the general forms of social change.

 

 

2

 

These are Adult Education Courses

 

BORROWED COURSES                                                              Credit Load

GSS 101        Use of English I                                                                   2

GSS 102        Use of English II                                                                  2

GSS 103        Logic and Philosophy                                                         2

GSS 104        History and Philosophy of Science                                  2

GSS 107        Nigeria Peoples and Culture                                             2

EDU 101        Sociological Foundation of Education                            2

EDU 102        Philosophical Foundation of Education                         2

EDU 103        Historical Foundation of Education                                 2

EDU 111        Introduction to Educational Psychology                          2