Department of Adult Education

DEPARTMENT OF ADULT EDUCATION

 

ECONOMICS OPTION

 

YEAR   ONE:      FIRST SEMESTER

S/NCOURSE CODECOURSE TITLESCREDIT LOAD
1GSS 101Use of English I1
2GSS 108Igbo Basic Studies 11
3EDU 101Sociological Foundations of Education2
4ADE 101Introduction to Adult Education & Characteristics of the Adult Learner2
5ADE 105Historical Development of Adult Education2
6ADE 108Introduction to Non-Formal and Life- Long Education2
7ECO 101Principles of Economics2
8CSC 101Introduction to Computer Programming 12
  TOTAL14

 

SECOND SEMESTER

S/NCOURSE CODECOURSE TITLESCREDIT LOAD
1GSS 102Use of English II1
2GSS 109Igbo Basic Studies II1
3EDU  102Philosophical Foundations of Education2
4EDU   IIIIntroduction to Educational Psychology3
5ADE  106Principles of Adult Education2
6ADE  109Philosophy of Adult Education2
7ECO  105Principles of Economics II2
8CSC   102Introduction to Computer Programming II2
  TOTAL15

 

YEAR TWO:       FIRST SEMESTER

S/NCOURSE CODECOURSE TITLESCREDIT LOAD
1EDU  103Historical Foundations of  Education2
2ADE  203Psychology of Adult Learning2
3ADE  207Methods of Teaching Adults & Adult Literacy Methods2
4ACC   101Principle of Accounting 12
5ECO  102Introduction to Statistics  I2
6ECO  107Introduction to Economics Maths  II2
  TOTAL12

                                                                                                               

SECOND SEMESTER

S/NCOURSE CODECOURSE TITLESCREDIT LOAD
1GSS  103Introduction to Logic & Philosophy2
2EDU 223Special Methodology2
3ADE 204Media Techniques & Distance Education2
4ADE 206Curriculum Development & Evaluation in Adult Education2
5ECO 106Introduction to Statistics II2
6ECO 213Principle of Economics  II2
7GSS 104History and Philosophy of Science2
  TOTAL14

 

YEAR THREE:   FIRST SEMESTER

S/NCOURSE CODECOURSE TITLESCREDIT LOAD
1GSS   107Nigerian People & Culture2
2EDU  212Psychology of Learning2
3EDU  221Fundamentals of Curriculum Development2
4ADE  301Research in Adult Education2
5ADE  302Programme Planning in Adult Education2
6ECO  211Macro Economics  I2
7ECO  251Public Finance2
  TOTAL14

 

SECOND SEMESTER

S/NCOURSE CODECOURSE TITLESCREDIT LOAD
1EDU  225Micro -Teaching2
2ADE  208Sociology of Adult Education (Not for D/E Students)2
3ACC  102Principles of Accounting II2
4ECO  214Macro Economics II2
5ECO  224Business Economics2
6ECO  316Intermediate Macro Economics2
  TOTAL10/12

 

YEAR FOUR:      FIRST SEMESTER

S/NCOURSE CODECOURSE TITLESCREDIT LOAD
1EDU  222Basic Methodology2
2ADE  305Comparative in Adult Education2
3ADE  306Management in Adult Education2
4ECO  261Structure of Nigerian Economy  I2
5ECO  315International Micro Economics2
6ECO  364Economics Development2
  TOTAL12

 

SECOND SEMESTER

S/NCOURSE CODECOURSE TITLESCREDIT LOAD
1EDU 261Educational Technology2
2ADE  402Population Education2
3ECO  262Structure of Nigeria Economy  II2
4ECO  354Financial   Institution2
5ECO  355Nigeria Public Finance2
6ECO  428Economics of Production2
7ADE 208Sociology of Adult Education (for D/E Students only)2
  TOTAL14

 

YEAR FIVE: FIRST SEMESTER

S/NCOURSE CODECOURSE TITLESCREDIT LOAD
1EDU  331Educational Research and Statistics2
2EDU  335Special Education and Guidance Principles2
3ADE  308Community Education and Rural Development2
4ADE  311Extension and Continuing Education2
5ECO  417Advanced Micro-Economics2
6ECO  458Fiscal Policy & Taxation2
  TOTAL12

 

SECOND SEMESTER

S/NCOURSE CODECOURSE TITLESCREDIT LOAD
1EDU   325Teaching Practice6
  TOTAL6

 

YEAR SIX:          FIRST SEMESTER

S/NCOURSE CODECOURSE TITLESCREDIT LOAD
1EDU 333Test & Measurements2
2ADE 401Material Development and Production2
3ADE 403Contemporary Issues in Adult Education2
4ADE 405Practicum4
5ECO 465Economics Planning II2
6ECO  491Project Evaluation2
  TOTAL14

 

SECOND SEMESTER

S/NCOURSE CODECOURSE TITLESCREDIT LOAD
1EDU   433Research Project4
2ADE   404Women Education2
3ADE   408Professional Seminar2
4ECO   418Advanced Macro Economics2
5ECO   467Economics Planning   II2
  TOTAL12

 

 

ACCOUNTING OPTION

 

YEAR   ONE:   FIRST SEMESTER

S/NCOURSE CODECOURSE TITLESCREDIT LOAD
1GSS   101Use of English 11
2GSS   108Igbo Basic Studies1
3EDU 101Sociological Foundations of Education2
4ADE  101Introduction to adult-Education and Characteristics of the Adult Learner2
5ADE  105Historical development of Adult Education2
6ADE  108Introduction to Non-Formal and Life-Long Education2
7ACC  101Principle of Account I3
8CSC   101Introduction to Computer programming   I2
  TOTAL15

 

 

 

SECOND SEMESTER

S/NCOURSE CODECOURSE TITLESCREDIT LOAD
1GSS   102Use of English II1
2GSS   109Igbo Basic Studies II1
3EDU  102Philosophical Foundations of Education2
4EDU  111Introduction to Education Psychology3
5ADE  106Principles of Adult Education2
6ADE  109Philosophy of Adult Education2
7ACC  102Principle of Account II3
  TOTAL14

 

YEARTWO:        FIRST SEMESTER

S/NCOURSE CODECOURSE TITLESCREDIT LOAD
1EDU  103Historical Foundations of Education2
2ADE  203Psychology of Adult Learning2
3ADE  207Methods of Teaching Adults & Adult Literacy Method2
4ACC  213Intermediate Financial Accounting  I3
5ACC  221Auditing3
  TOTAL12

 

 

SECOND SEMESTER

S/NCOURSE CODECOURSE TITLESCREDIT LOAD
1GSS   103Introduction to Logic  & Philosophy2
2EDU  223Special Methodology2
3ADE  204Media Techniques & Distance Education2
4ADE  206Curriculum Development & Eva. in Adult Education2
5ACC  214Intermediate Financial Accounting II3
6CSC  102Computer Programming II2
7GSS 104History and Philosophy of Science2
  TOTAL15

 

 

YEAR   THREE:  FIRST SEMESTER

S/NCOURSE CODECOURSE TITLESCREDIT LOAD
1GSS  107Nigerian People & Culture2
2GSS  104History & Philosophy of Science (For only Direct Entry Students)2
3EDU  212Psychology of Learning2
4EDU  221Fundamentals of Curriculum Development2
5ADE  301Research in Adult Education2
6ADE  302Programme Planning in Adult Education2
7ACC  231Introduction to Cost & Management I&II2
  TOTAL12/14

 

 

 

SECOND SEMESTER

S/NCOURSE CODECOURSE TITLESCREDIT LOAD
1EDU  225Micro-Teaching2
2ADE  208Sociology of Adult Education (Not for D/E Students)2
3BUS  102Introduction to Business II2
4ACC  232Introduction to Cost & Management III3
5ACC  222Auditing II3
6FIN   202Business Finance II2
7ECO  102Introduction to statistics I (for D/E only)2
  TOTAL12/14

 

 

YEAR FOUR:  FIRST SEMESTER

S/NCOURSE CODECOURSE TITLESCREDIT LOAD
1EDU  222Basic Methodology2
2ADE  305Comparative in Adult Education2
3ADE  306Management in Adult Education2
4ECO  211Micro Economics I2
5ACC  315Advanced Financial Accounting I3
6ACC  371Management Information System3
7LAW  201Business Law I2
  TOTAL16

 

 

SECOND SEMESTER

S/NCOURSE CODECOURSE TITLESCREDIT LOAD
1EDU  261Educational Technology2
2ADE  402Population Education2
3LAW  202Business Law  II2
4ACC  417Advanced Financial Accounting  II3
5ACC  423Auditing and Investigation3
6ADE  208Sociology of Adult (for D/E only)2
7ACC  251Taxation  Law & Account 1-32
  TOTAL14/12

 

YEAR FIVE:  FIRST SEMESTER

S/NCOURSE CODECOURSE TITLESCREDIT LOAD
1EDU  331Educational Research and Statistics2
2EDU  335Special Education and Guidance Principles2
3ADE  308Community Education and Rural Development2
4ADE  311Extension & Continuing  Education2
5ACC  416International Accounting3
6ACC  441Management Accounting I3
7BUS   313Organizational Behaviours2
  TOTAL16

 

SECOND SEMESTER

S/NCOURSE CODECOURSE TITLESCREDIT LOAD
1EDU  325Teaching Practice6
  TOTAL6

 

 

YEAR SIX:          FIRST SEMESTER

S/NCOURSE CODECOURSE TITLESCREDIT LOAD
1EDU  333Test & Measurement2
2ADE  401Material Development and Production2
3EDU  403Contemporary Issues & Pre-Retirement Education2
4ADE  405Practicum4
5BNK  321Money & Banking  I2
6ACC   461Public  Sector  Accounting3
  TOTAL15

 

 

SECOND SEMESTER

S/NCOURSE CODECOURSE TITLESCREDIT LOAD
1EDU   433Research Project4
2ADE   404Women Education2
3ADE   408Professional Seminar in Adult Education2
4BNK   322Money & Banking  II2
5ACC   442Management Accounting  II3
6ACC   453Advance Tax. Law & Acc II-III2
  TOTAL15

 

POLITICAL SCIENCE OPTION

 

YEAR ONE:        FIRST SEMESTER

S/NCOURSE CODECOURSE TITLESCREDIT LOAD
1GSS 101Use of English  I1
2GSS  108Igbo Basic Studies I1
3EDU 101Sociological Foundation of  Education2
4ADE 101Introduction to Adult Education & Characteristics of Adult Learner2
5ADE 105Historical Development of Adult Education2
6ADE 108Introduction to Non-Formal & Life-long Education2
7PSC  101Introduction to Political Science2
8CSC  101Computer Programming I2
  TOTAL14

 

 

 

 

SECOND SEMESTER

S/NCOURSE CODECOURSE TITLESCREDIT LOAD
1GSS   102Use of English  II1
2GSS   109Igbo Basic Studies II1
3EDU  102Philosophical Found. of  Education2
4EDU  111Introduction to Education Psychology3
5ADE  106Principles of Adult Education2
6ADE  109Philosophy of Adult Education2
7PSC   121Political Culture2
8PSC   103Introduction to Political Science II2
  TOTAL14

 

 

YEAR TWO: FIRST SEMESTER

S/NCOURSE CODECOURSE TITLESCREDIT LOAD
1EDU   103Historical Foundation of Education2
2ADE   203Psychology of Adult Learning2
3ADE   207Methods of Teaching Adults & Adult Literacy Methods2
4PSC   122Constitutional Development2
5PSC211(A)Introduction to Political Theory I2
  TOTAL10

 

 

SECOND SEMESTER

S/NCOURSE CODECOURSE TITLESCREDIT LOAD
1GSS   103Introduction to Logic & Philosophy2
2EDU  223Special Methodology2
3ADE  204Media Techniques & Distance Education2
4ADE  206Curriculum Development & Evaluation in Adult Education2
5CSC   102Introduction to Computer Programming  II2
6PSC   181Politics in Africa2
7GSS 104History and Philosophy of Science2
  TOTAL14

 

 

YEAR THREE:  FIRST SEMESTER

S/NCOURSE CODECOURSE TITLESCREDIT LOAD
1GSS   107Nigerian Peoples & Culture2
2EDU  212Psychology of Learning2
3EDU  221Fundamentals of Curriculum Development2
4ADE  301Research in Adult Education2
5ADE  302Programme Planning in Adult Education2
6PSC   251Introduction to Public Admin2
  TOTAL12

 

 

 

 

 

SECOND SEMESTER

S/NCOURSE CODECOURSE TITLESCREDIT LOAD
1EDU  225Micro-Teaching2
2ADE  208Sociology of Adult Education (Not for D/E Students)2
3PSC   212Political Ideas2
4PSC   252Introduction to Public Admin2
5PSC   231International Relation2
6PSC211BPolitical Analysis2
  TOTAL10/12

 

YEAR   FOUR: FIRST SEMESTER

S/NCOURSE CODECOURSE TITLESCREDIT LOAD
1EDU  222Basic Methodology2
2ADE  305Comparative in Adult Education2
3ADE  306Management in Adult Education2
4PSC   261Introduction to Local Government2
5PSC   273Government and Politics in Africa2
6PSC   315Political Behaviour2
  TOTAL12

 

SECOND SEMESTER

S/NCOURSE CODECOURSE TITLESCREDIT LOAD
1EDU  261Educational Technology2
2ADE  402Population Education2
3PSC   316African Political Thought2
4PSC   314Public Policy Analysis2
5PSC   436Imperialism and Nationalism2
6ADE  208Sociology of Adult Education (for D/E students only)2
  TOTAL10/12

 

YEAR FIVE: FIRST SEMESTER

S/NCOURSE CODECOURSE TITLESCREDIT LOAD
1EDU  331Education Research and Statistics2
2EDU  335Special Education and Guidance Principles2
3ADE  308Community Education and Rural Development2
4EDU  311Extension and Continuing Education2
5PSC   426Military in Government and Politics2
6PSC   417Political Sociology2
  TOTAL12

 

SECOND SEMESTER

S/NCOURSE CODECOURSE TITLESCREDIT LOAD
1EDU   325Teaching Practice6
  TOTAL6

 

 

YEAR SIX:  FIRST SEMESTER

S/NCOURSE CODECOURSE TITLESCREDIT LOAD
1EDU  333Test and Measurement2
2ADE  401Material Development and Production2
3ADE  403Contemporary Issues in Adult Education2
4ADE  405Practicum4
5PSC   462Comparative Local Govt. Studies2
6PSC   474State and Economy2
  TOTAL14

 

SECOND SEMESTER

S/NCOURSE CODECOURSE TITLESCREDIT LOAD
1EDU  433Research Project4
2ADE  404Women Education2
3ADE  408Professional Seminar2
4PSC   435Third World and Development2
5PSC   434International Economics Relations2
  TOTAL12

 

 

MASS COMMUNICATION OPTION

 

YEAR ONE:        FIRST SEMESTER

S/NCOURSE CODECOURSE TITLESCREDIT LOAD
1GSS   101Use of English  I1
2GSS   108Igbo Basic Studies I1
3EDU 101Sociological Foundation of  Education2
4ADE 101Introduction to Adult Education & Characteristics of Adult Learner2
5ADE 105Historical Development of Adult Education2
6ADE 108Introduction to Non-Formal & Life-long Education2
7MAC 101Introduction to Mass Communication I2
8CSC  101Computer Programming I2
  TOTAL14

 

 

SECOND SEMESTER

S/NCOURSE CODECOURSE TITLESCREDIT LOAD
1GSS   102Use of English II1
2GSS   109Igbo Basic Studies II1
3EDU  102Philosophical Foundations of Education2
4EDU  111Introduction to Educational Psychology3
5ADE  106Principles of Adult Education2
6ADE  109Philosophy of Adult Education2
7MAC 102Introduction to Mass Communication II2
8CSC   102Computer Programming II2
  TOTAL15

 

 

YEAR TWO: FIRST SEMESTER

S/NCOURSE CODECOURSE TITLESCREDIT LOAD
1EDU  103Historical Foundation of Education2
2ADE  203Psychology of Adult Learning2
3ADE  207Methods of Teaching Adults & Adult Literacy Methods2
4MAC 121History of  Nigeria Mass Communication2
5MAC 221Theories of Mass Communication2
6MAC 241Principles of Broadcasting I2
  TOTAL12

 

 

SECOND SEMESTER

S/NCOURSE CODECOURSE TITLESCREDIT LOAD
1GSS   103Introduction to Logic & Philosophy2
2EDU  223Special Methodology2
3ADE  204Media Techniques & Distance Education2
4ADE  206Curriculum Development & Evaluation in Adult Education2
5MAC 212Writing for Mass Media2
6MAC 162English for Mass Communication  II2
7GSS 104History and Philosophy of Science2
  TOTAL14

 

 

YEAR THREE:  FIRST SEMESTER

S/NCOURSE CODECOURSE TITLESCREDIT LOAD
1GSS   107Nigerian Peoples & Culture2
2EDU  212Psychology of Learning2
3EDU  221Fundamentals of Curriculum Dev2
4ADE  301Research in Adult Education2
5ADE  302Programme Planning in Adult Education2
6MAC 251Principles of Public Relation2
7MAC 331News Editing & Production2
  TOTAL14

 

 

SECOND SEMESTER

S/NCOURSE CODECOURSE TITLESCREDIT LOAD
1EDU  225Micro-Teaching2
2ADE  208Sociology of Adult Education (Not for D/E Students)2
3MAC 222Mass Media and Society2
4MAC 252Principles of Advertising2
5MAC 312Critical Writing and Review2
6MAC 242Principles of Broadcasting  II2
  TOTAL10/12

 

 

 

 

 

 

YEAR FOUR:  FIRST SEMESTER

S/NCOURSE CODECOURSE TITLESCREDIT LOAD
1EDU  222Basic Methodology2
2ADE  305Comparative in Adult Education2
3ADE  306Management in Adult Education2
4MAC 281Speech Communication2
5MAC 261Graphic of Mass Communication I2
6MAC 421Development Communication2
  TOTAL12

 

SECOND SEMESTER

S/NCOURSE CODECOURSE TITLESCREDIT LOAD
1EDU  261Educational Technology2
2ADE  402Population Education2
3ADE  208Sociology of Adult Education (for direct studies)2
4MAC 262Graphic of Mass Communication II2
5MAC 392Print Media Organization & Management2
6MAC 492Org. & Mgt of Advertising & Public Relation Agencies2
7MAC 362Film Theory Aesthetics2
  TOTAL14

 

YEAR FIVE: FIRST SEMESTER

S/NCOURSE CODECOURSE TITLESCREDIT LOAD
1EDU  331Education Research and Statistics2
2EDU  335Special Education & Guidance principle2
3ADE  308Community Education & Rural Education2
4ADE  311Extension  Continuing Education2
5MAC 321Mass Media and Politics2
6MAC 461Ethics of Mass Communication2
  TOTAL12

 

SECOND SEMESTER

S/NCOURSE CODECOURSE TITLESCREDIT LOAD
1EDU  325Teaching Practice6
  TOTAL6

 

YEAR SIX:          FIRST SEMESTER

S/NCOURSE CODECOURSE TITLESCREDIT LOAD
1EDU  333Test and Measurement2
2ADE  401Material Development and Production2
3ADE  403Contemporary Issues in Adult Education2
4ADE  405Practicum4
5MAC 481Advanced Radio & TV Production2
  TOTAL12

 

SECOND SEMESTER

S/NCOURSE CODECOURSE TITLESCREDIT LOAD
1EDU  433Research Project4
2ADE  408Professional Seminar in Adult Education2
3ADE  404Women Education2
4MAC 441Broadcast  Library2
5MAC 452Multinational  Advertising2
6MAC 482Layout Design2
  TOTAL14

 

MARKETING OPTION

 

YEAR ONE:        FIRST SEMESTER

S/NCOURSE CODECOURSE TITLESCREDIT LOAD
1GSS  101Use of English  I1
2GSS  108Igbo Basic Studies I1
3EDU 101Sociological Foundation of  Education2
4ADE 101Introduction to Adult Education & Characteristics of Adult Learner2
5ADE 105Historical Development of Adult Education2
6ADE 108Introduction to Non-Formal & Life-long Education2
7CSC  101Basic Programming   II2
8ACC  101Principles of Account I3
  TOTAL15

 

SECOND SEMESTER

S/NCOURSE CODECOURSE TITLESCREDIT LOAD
1GSS   102Use of English II1
2GSS   109Igbo Basic Studies II1
3EDU  102Philosophical Foundations of Education2
4EDU  111Introduction to Educational Psychology3
5ADE  106Principles of Adult Education2
6ADE  109Philosophy of Adult Education2
7ACC  102Principles of Account  II2
8MKT 102Introduction to Marketing & Entrepreneurship2
  TOTAL15

 

 

YEAR TWO: FIRST SEMESTER

S/NCOURSE CODECOURSE TITLESCREDIT LOAD
1EDU  103Historical Foundation of Education2
2ADE  203Psychology of Adult Learning2
3ADE  207Methods of Teaching Adults and Adult Literacy Methods2
4BUS  101Introduction to Business  I2
5MKT 201Principles of Marketing  I3
6ECO  101Introduction to Economics2
  TOTAL13

 

 

SECOND SEMESTER

S/NCOURSE CODECOURSE TITLESCREDIT LOAD
1GSS   103Introduction to Logic & Philosophy2
2EDU  223Special Methodology2
3ADE  204Media Techniques & Distance Learning2
4ADE  206Curriculum Development & Evaluation in Adult Education2
5CSC   102Computer Programming II2
6MKT 202Principle of Marketing II2
7GSS 104History and Philosophy of Science2
  TOTAL14

 

 

YEAR THREE: FIRST SEMESTER

S/N

 

COURSE CODECOURSE TITLESCREDIT LOAD
1GSS  107Nigerian Peoples & Culture2
2EDU 212Psychology of Learning2
3EDU 221Fundamentals of Curriculum Development2
4ADE 301Research in Adult Education2
5ADE 302Programme Planning in Adult Education2
6CEM 101Introduction to Cooperative2
7MKT 213Business and Statistics   I2
  TOTAL14

 

SECOND SEMESTER

S/NCOURSE CODECOURSE TITLESCREDIT LOAD
1EDU   225Micro-Teaching2
2ADE   208Sociology of Adult Education (Not for D/E Students)2
3ECO   105Elements of Economics2
4MKT   212Introduction to Marketing  Communication3
5MKT   214Business  & Statistics  II2
6MKT   336Sales Management3
  TOTAL12/14

 

YEAR FOUR: FIRST SEMESTER

S/NCOURSE CODECOURSE TITLESCREDIT LOAD
1EDU  222Basic Methodology2
2ADE  305Comparative in Adult Education2
3ADE  306Management in Adult Education2
4MKT 313Purchasing & Material Management2
5MKT 215Business  Communications3
6MKT 331Advertising  Management3
  TOTAL14

 

 

SECOND SEMESTER

S/NCOURSE CODECOURSE TITLESCREDIT LOAD
1EDU  261Educational Technology2
2ADE  402Population Education2
3ADE  208Sociology of Adult Education (for direct studies)2
4MKT 334Physical  Distribution3
5MKT 340Entrepreneurial  Marketing3
6MKT 434International  Marketing3
  TOTAL13/15

 

 

YEAR FIVE: FIRST SEMESTER

S/NCOURSE CODECOURSE TITLESCREDIT LOAD
1EDU  331Education Research and Statistics2
2EDU  335Special Education & Guidance principle2
3ADE  308Community Education & Rural Education2
4ADE  311Extension  Continuing Education2
5MKT 433Industrial Marketing3
6MKT 435Marketing Management2
  TOTAL14

 

 

SECOND SEMESTER

S/NCOURSE CODECOURSE TITLESCREDIT LOAD
1EDU  325Teaching Practice6
  TOTAL6

 

 

YEAR SIX: FIRST SEMESTER

S/NCOURSE CODECOURSE TITLESCREDIT LOAD
1EDU  333Test and Measurement2
2ADE  401Material Development and Production2
3ADE  403Contemporary Issues in Adult Education2
4ADE  405Practicum4
5MKT 431Marketing  Research2
6MKT 441Service  Marketing2
  TOTAL14

 

 

 

SECOND SEMESTER

S/NCOURSE CODECOURSE TITLESCREDIT LOAD
1EDU  433Research Project4
2ADE  408Professional Seminar in Adult Education2
3ADE  404Women Education2
4MKT 430Nigerian Marketing System3
5MKT 432Agric & Food Marketing3
6MKT 438Strategic Marketing & Business Policy II2
  TOTAL16

 

 

COURSE DESCRIPTION FOR ADULT EDUCATION

ADE 101: INTRODUCTION TO ADULT EDUCATION & CHARACTERISTICS OF THE ADULT LEARNER (2CREDIT UNITS)

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 objective of Adult Education.

 

ADE  105:  HISTORY AND DEVELOPMENT OF ADULT EDUCATION   (2 CREDIT UNITS)

Traditional forms of Adult Education, Adult Education during the colonial era post Independence developments.

 

ADE 106: PRINCIPLES OF ADULT EDUCATION       (2 CREDIT UNITS)

Aim, nature and scope of Adult Education: major features and basic assumptions that underlie the promotion of Adult Education.

 

ADE 108: INTROCUCTION TO NON-FORMAL AND LIFELONG (2 CREDIT UNIT)

Aims, Nature and Scope of Non-Formal Education; Characteristics of Non-formal Education.  The nature and scope of lifelong education.  Programmes in lifelong education.  The importance and challenges of lifelong education.

ADE  109: PHILOSOPHY OF THE ADULT LEARNER  (2 CREDIT UNITS)

Examination of philosophical concept that underpin all forms of Adult Education.

ADE  203:  PSYCHOLOGY OF ADULT LEARNING  (2 CREDIT UNITS)

Adult development stage; Adult learning theories and variable influencing intellectual growth, learning environment and personality changes.

 

ADE  204:  MEDIA TECHNIQUES AND DISTANCE EDUCATION   (2 CREDIT UNITS)

Indigenous communication methods:  verbal and non-verbal methods contemporary development: identification and use.  Definition of distance education.  Approaches in distance learning.

The delivery strategies.  Problem of distance learning.  It’s role in personal and social development.

 

ADE  206:  CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT AND EVALUATION IN ADULT EDUCATION (2 CREDIT UNITS)

Definitions and concepts of curriculum approaches to curriculum development.  The social-cultural context of curriculum development evaluation of the design, contents and relevance of Adult Education curriculum.

 

ADE  207: METHODS OF TEACHING ADULT AND LITERACY METHOD (2CREDIT UNITS)

Problems of the adult learner.  Major approaches in National policy on education problem-centered, projective self-actualization and participatory approaches.  The concepts of illiteracy and literacy, strategies for reducing illiteracy, literacy, functional literacy and development.

ADE  208:  SOCIOLOGY OF ADULT EDUCATION (2 CREDIT UNITS)

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

 

ADE  301RESEARCH IN ADULT EDUCATION (2 CREDIT UNITS)

The meaning and use of Research.  Research methodology.  Its application to Adult Education.

 

ADE  302:  PROGRAMME PLANNING IN ADULT EDUCATION (2 CREDIT UNITS)Justification and choice of a project.  Basic principle guilding the implementation of a project.

 

ADE  305:  COMPARATIVE ADULT EDUCATION (2 CREDIT UNITS)

Concepts, methods and techniques of comparing Adult Education in Different Systems.

 

ADE 306:  MANAGEMENT OF ADULT EDUCATION (2 CREDIT UNITS)

Organization, administrative processes and planning for Adult Education Management styles and the implication for adult education.

 

ADE 308:  COMMUNITY EDUCATION & RURAL DEVELOPMENT (2 CREDITS)

The need for community welfare.  Processes of community mobilization for self and national growth.  Concept of rural transformation.   The nature and problems of rural education and its role in national development.

 

ADE 311:  EXTENSION & CONTINUING EDUCATION (2 CREDIT UNITS)

Forms of continuing education.  The methods and practices of continuing education, its contribution to national development.  Concept of extension and community outreach.  Role of extension work in social and economic changes.  Types and categories of extension work and the techniques of implementing them.

 

ADE 401:  MATERIAL DEVELOPMENT AND     PRODUCTION (2 CREDIT UNITS)

Principles and process of material development.  Types of materials in Adult Education.  Procurement and production.

ADE 402:  POPULATION EDUCATION (2 CREDIT UNITS)

Population trends and policies in Africa, the role of adult education in combating the effects of over population.

 

ADE 403:  CONTEMPORARY ISSUES & PRE-RETIREMENT EDUCATION (2 CREDIT UNITS)

International Organizations in Adult Education –North and South Divide.  National policies in Adult Education.  Recruitment and retention of adults learning programmes.

 

ADE 404: WOMEN EDUCATION (2 CREDIT UNITS)Role of women in society.  Approaches for the education of women.  Importance of the education of women.  Constraints and challenges.

 

ADE 405:  PRACTICUM IN ADULT EDUCATION (4 CREDIT UNITS)

An application of principles and techniques of adult education to field experience culmination in specific/individual studies.  Skill in observation, interviewing cumulating record-keeping and report writing.

 

ADE 499/ EDU 433:  PROJECT ADULT EDUCATION (4 CREDIT UNITS)

Student will carry out supervised project on current and related issues in Adult Education.

 

ADE 408:  SEMINAR IN ADULT EDUCATION (2 CREDITS UNITS)

Students will prepare and present a seminar paper on an approved topic.

 

 

ADE 223:  PRINCIPLES AND METHODS OF ADULT EDUCATION (2 CREDITS UNITS)

Concepts and scope of Adult education.  The adult learner characteristics.  Principles of adult education.  Characteristics and functions of the Adult Educator Method and techniques in adult education. Criteria for classification of agencies providing adult education.

 

ECO 101:   PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS I

The Subject matter:  nature and significance of economics science.  The tools of economic analysis.  Basic economic concepts-value, utility, cost, etc. theories of demand and supply.  Inflation. Elementary theories of cost. Elasticity’s of demand and supply and their application. Money and Financial institutions.

 

ECO 102:  INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICS I

Definition and scope of Statistics.  Use of Statistics in everyday life.  Levels of measurement in social sciences.  Distribution and Comparisons.  Types and techniques of data presentation.  Sources and nature of published Statistical data in Nigeria and their uses and limitations.  Methods of data collection-Census and Surveys.  Measures of central tendency and dispersion.  The Unit |Normal Distribution, Simple tests of hypothesis.  Simple regression analysis.  Index numbers.

 

ECO 103:  INTRODUCTORY MATHEMATICS FOR ECONOMISTS  I

Mathematical concept in social sciences.  Set theory, factors  and exponents, logarithms rigonometric functions and inverse.  Equations and progressions.  Coordinate geometry.  Inequalities.

 

ECO 105:  PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS II

Distinction between micro and macro economics.  Production theory-location, returns production and returns to scale.  Classifications of market structures.  Basic principles of international trade, public finance, wage determination.

 

ECO 106INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICS II

Measures of central tendency and dispersion.  The Unit Normal Distribution.  Simple tests of hypothesis.  Simple regression analysis.  Index numbers, probability.

 

ECO 107: INTRODUCTORY MATHS FOR ECONOMICS II

Matrix Algebra.  Differentiation.  Introduction to calculus.  Exponential and logarithmic functions and their economic applications.  Implicit functions.  Limit, continuity.

 

ECO 211:  MICRO-ECONOMICS I

Theories of consumer behavior.  Production function.  Equilibrium concepts and output under different market structures.  Theory of cost.

ECO 212:   MACRO-ECONOMICS I

Macro-economics-Classical and Keynesian.  Macro-economics theory: basic concepts-stocks and flows, equilibrium and disequilibrium, static’s and dynamics.  National income accounting. Equilibrium levels of income and output.  Changes in equilibrium level of income and output.  Income and consumption.

 

ECO 261STRUCTURE OF NIGERIA ECONOMY I

Analysis of development in the pre-colonial and post colonial periods with regards to development    of economics and social organizations.  Role of Agriculture, industry, monetization and banking, and international trade in Nigeria economic development.

 

 

ECO 251:  PRINCIPLES OF PUBLIC FINANCE

Public finance and changing role of the state.  Functions of public finance:  the allocation function, distribution, the stabilization functions, budget function, Economics efficiency and public policy.  The concept of public goods.  Introduction to theory of taxation. Budget as instrument of planning, control and co-ordination.  Balanced and deficit budgets.  The role of ministries, the Treasury, the legislature and the public in control of government expenditure.  The management of national debt and monetary policy.

 

ECO 214:  MACRO-ECONOMICS II

A review of micro-economics and macro-economics.  Capital and investment.  Investment and demand.  Profit and accelerator theories of investment demand.  The role of interest rate.  Income, output, employment and prices.  The classical theory.  The monetarist system.  Economic growth and stabilization.  Monetary and fiscal policies.  Price control and inflation.

 

ECO 224:  BUSINESS ECONOMICS

Forms of business enterprises.  Distribution channels.  Markets and market segmentation.  Marketing concepts and marketing mix.  Advertising.  Patterns of distribution.  Pricing and price policy.  Promotional activities.  Planning and evaluation the marketing effort.  Price discrimination policy.

 

ECO 262:  STRUCTURE OF NIGERIA ECONOMY II

Growth of income, employment, wages and prices. Public development institutions.  National income and expenditure.  Monetary and fiscal policies.  Monetary institutions.  Trade, transport system, contribution of sectors of Nigeria economy to national output.  Role of national institutions.  Economic development and social change.

 

ECO 315:  INTERMEDIATE MICRO-ECONOMICS

More advanced and mathematical treatment of micro-economic theory.  Behavioural  theory of the firm.   Linear  programming and advanced price and output determination under various market structures.  Exchange theory, offer curves, contract curves and introduction to capital theory.

 

ECO 364:  DEVELOPMENT ECONOMICS

Distinction between development and growth, development and underdevelopment.  Theories of development, classical, Marxian, Schumpeterian and Herrod-Domar.  Characteristics of developing countries, obstacles of development and strategy to remove them.  Dualism, balanced and unbalanced growth.  Acquisition and transfer of technology.  International trade and aid.  Policy issues and case studies.  Resource allocation criteria.

 

ECO 316:  INTERMEDIATE MACRO-ECONOMICS

Concept of national income.  Classical, Keynesian and monetarist system compared.  Problem of unemployment and inflation.  Relative effectiveness of monetary and fiscal policy.

 

ECO 332:  INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC RELATION

Management of international economics relations since World War II.  International monetary Management.  International trade and domestic policies.  Managing the multinational corporations.  The use of aids.  East-West economic relations.  Towards a new international economic order.  Exchange control convertibility.

 

ECO 417ADVANCED MICRO-ECONOMICS

Fundamental  quantitative relationships.  General equilibrium.  Dynamic analysis involving duopoly, oligopoly, bilateral monopoly and monopsony.  Theories of determination of wages, rent, interest and profits.  Optimization in theories of consumption and production.  Economic efficiency and equity.  Pareto optimum.  Externalities and social welfare functions.

 

ECO 418:  ADVANCED MACRO-ECONOMICS

Basic model of income determination.  Extension from simple to a four sector economy.  Detailed theories of consumption and investment functions.  The classical, Keynesian models of employment and output.  Capital theory.  Theories of money, prices and interest. Introduction to models of economic growth.  Macroeconomic   policies and optimal allocation.

 

ECO 491:  PROJECT EVALUATION

Definition and classification

of projects and project evaluation.  Data requirements.  Location and sizes of projects.  Calculation of investments required for a project, Evaluation of projects.  Appraisal of projects from commercial and social view-points, Cash flow analysis.

 

ECO 465:  ECONOMIC PLANNING

The rational for planning.  Planning origins, types and performance.  Planning machinery.  The planning process.  Planning decision models.  Objectives and policy formation.

 

ECO  458:   TAXATION AND FISCAL POLICY

Theory of taxation, Comparative analysis of fiscal institutions in Nigeria.  Government approach to income redistribution and problems of poverty,  negative income tax, family allowance.  Taxation as instrument for achieving national objectives.  Tax inside and tax effects.  Formulation and control of financial policy; public accountability.  Accounting and auditing.

 

ECO 453:   BANKING AND FINANCE

Definition and functions of money.  Commercial banking, nonbanking, financial institutions.  International monetary system.  High powered money, monetary policy.  Nigerian banking system.  Money and capital markets.

 

ECO 492:  PROJECT EVALUATION II

Selection of projects and the investment programme.  Public sector programmes and role of the central office in the evaluation.  Social-cost benefits analysis.  The uses of sensitivity analysis and its abuses.  Handling of uncertainties.

 

PSC 101:  INTRODUCTION TO POLITICAL SCIENCE I

Meaning of politics and political sciences.  Political science as a science.  The Relationship between political science and other disciplines in the social sciences.  Basic concepts in political science.

 

PSC 122:  NIGERIA CONSTITUTION DEVELOPMENT

Nigerian Constitution development in a chronological and sequential order.  Colonization, the Richards Constitution.  The Mcpherson constitution, the Lyttelton constitution, the Independence constitution, the republic constitution, the 1979 constitution, 1989 constitution, and 1999 constitution.

 

PSC 103:  INTRODUCTION TO POLITICAL SCIENCE II

Government as the agent of community, Classification of political systems.  Ideas of constitutionalism, democracy, authoritarianism, representation.  Functions of the executives, legislature, judiciary and their inter-relationships.  Party politics and pressure groups.  Presidentalism, Unitarianism etc.

 

PSC 121:  NIGERIA POLITICAL CULTURE

Definition of political culture.  A general survey of the trend in Nigeria political culture from the colonial era to the present day.  Pre-requisite for the development of constructive political culture in Nigeria.

 

 

PSC 181:  POLITICS IN AFRICA

The Nature of African Politics, origins and problems of African politics. Problems of colonialism, Neo-colonialism, succession to power, military rule, etc.  African in the colonial metropolis.  Africa in international affairs.

 

PSC 251:  INTRODUCTION TO PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION I

The rationale of administrations.  The Ecology of Administration, the Politics of Administration.  The administrative actor delegation, administrative audit and control elements of administrative law.

 

PSC 261:  INTRODUCTION TO LOCAL GOVERNMENT STUDIES

Meaning and functions of local government, local government and local administration.  Relationship between local government and nation/state government.  Sources of local government finances.  Problems of local government.

 

PSC 211A:INTRODUCTION TO POLITICAL THEORIES.

A study of political theories from the Greeks to the Reformation, western political theories from the renaissance to the 19th century.  Theories of modern state.  Political theories of the 19th and 20th centuries from Hegal to Lenin.

 

PSC 211:  INTRODUCTION TO POLITICAL ANALYSIS

The Nature of politics, political systems and the structure of government, political representation, institutions of different regime. The relationship between regims types of different efficiency, citizen participation and political culture.

 

PSC 212:  POLITICAL IDEAS

Introduction to kanor political ideas in their historical context.  Concepts such as Monarchis, liberalism, democracy, Socialism, Facism, anarchism. Etc.

 

PSC 252: INTRODUCTION TO PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION  II

Personnel management, Recruitment, training and control. Public corporations, general principles budgeting.

 

PSC 231:  INTRODUCTION TO INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS

The organization of the society.  International system defined within the theoretical framework centred on the concept of power and the “National interest”.  Te place of small nations in the modern world.  Major international problems of our time.

 

PSC 313:  HISTORY OF POLITICAL THOUGHT (WESTERN)

Examination of selected classical and modern political thinkers such as Plato, Aristotle Machavelli, Locke, Marx, Hegal, Bentham, etc. with special emphasis on the germination and impact of their ideas.  Background of the thinker including his time should be examined.

 

PSC 314:  CONTEMPORARY POLITICAL ANALYSIS

Contending paradigms in contemporary political analysis, their philosophical and ideological soils, as well as their evaluation: elite approach, group theory, functional systems and communications theory: basic concepts and elements of gam3e theory and political gaming, structural analysis, theories of political development: the new political economy approach.

 

PSC 315:  POLITICAL BEHAVIOUR

Examination of the behavioural approach to the study of politics: political socialization, political culture, political participation and apathy.  Psychopathological analysis of political behavior.  Electoral behavior.

 

 

PSC 332: THEORIES OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS

An Examination of the basic concepts and theories that have been offered for the duty of international relations.  Power, conflict, accommodation, systems theories, linkage politics, the theory of coalition and alliances models, games and simulation.

 

PSC 316:  AFRICAN POLITICAL THOUGH

A survey of modern and contemporary African political thought-the literature of political protest from the late 18th century to the present: critical analysis of the political ideas of Blyden, Casely Hayford, Azikiwe, Nkrumah, Nassar, Nyerere, Du bois, Padmore, Ceasauire.  Fanon, Senghor, Sekour Toure etc.

 

PSC 417:  POLITICAL SOCIOLOGY

Man is the root of political activities.  Psycho-pathology of politics.  Social group and social classes.  Consensus formation.  Structure of political power in pre-industrial and industrial societies.  Social bases of interest groups; force and violence in politics.  Decision-making dynamics.

 

PSC 426:  THE MILITARY IN NIGERIA POLITICS 1966 – PRESENT DAY.

Comparative examination of the involvement of the armed forces in civilian affairs, means of civilian control over the military, causes and consequences of military seizure of political power.  General trends in military rule in Nigeria since 1966.  The future of civilian rule in Nigeria and Africa.

 

PSC 462: COMPARATIVE LOCAL GOVERNMENT SYSTEMS

Examination of the theoretical bases of different systems (e.g. Nigeria, British, French, and American) and their relationship to structural organization of local government.  Comparison of main features of ‘devolution’, and ‘deconcentration’, management community power structures finance, central-local relationships.  etc.

 

PSC 474:  STATE AND ECONOMY

Role of government in the management of modern economy with special reference to Nigeria and other African countries; relationship between government and private enterprise; role of foreign capital in domestic economy; foreign aid; technology and expertise. Problem of development planning; indigenization of the economy and self-reliance in relation to the problem of dependency on the international economic system.

 

PSC 434:  INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC RELATIONS

The course underlines the economic bases of some of the actions and reactions in international politics, drawing materials from international trade, commercial policy, capital Movement, etc; Role of IMF, World Bank, and such monetary agencies; Multinational enterprises and national power; Theory of unequal exchange and the North/South problems: finally the economic Theory and national Boundaries, customs Unions, and currency Areas.

 

PSC 435:  THIRD WORLD AND DEPENDENCY

The neo-colonial capitalist mode of production.  A systematic and theoretical study of the political and socio-economic context of the problem of underdevelopment.  Dependency and internal economic structure with reference to post-colonial African States, Latin American and Asian States.

 

PSC  436:  IMPERIALISM AND NATIONALISM

Meaning of imperialism; nature and theories of imperialism with examples in history.  Relation to colonialism.  The rise of nationalism since 1875.  Some nationalist movements in Africa, South America and South East Asia.  The role of UNO in decolonization.  Evaluation of imperialism.  New form of imperialism.

 

 

 

MAC 101 & 102: INTRODUCTION TO MASS COMMUNICATION (2 CREDITS)

Consideration of Mass Communication as a sub-type of human communication and overview of the models and elements communication, explanation of the communication process, i.e. encoder, receiver, feedback, etc. definition of Mass Communication and differences between it and intra- and interpersonal communication, traditional communication, etc. survey of the mass media, including their adjuncts.  Examination of the characteristics, functions, contents, operations and impacts of the different mass media.  National mass media systems, and mass communication between/across nations.  Basic functions of mass communication, such as information, education, persuasion, mobilization, integration etc. mass communication as a social institute; institutional linkages.  The mass media as a development resource.  Effects of the mass media on society.

MAC 121:   HISTORY OF NIGERIAN MASS MEDIA.

Major trends in the development of mass media in Nigeria, as well as their adaptation and contribution on the political, religious, economic and social development, from 1859 to present.

MAC 161 & 162:  ENGLISH FOR MASS COMMUNICATION

Knowledge and skills necessary to enable the student-journalist use the English Language effectively in the practice of his/her profession and interact with other members of society.  Review of rules of grammar, sentence structure; sentence construction; punctuation; paragraphing etc. practice in writing of various essay types that are relevant to writing for different types of Mass content.

MAC 211:   CRITICAL WRITING AND REVIEWING

The nature of good writing and editing of copy in a style appropriate to the news media.  Functions of the lead and the headline in news editing; different types of headline; headline writing; picture editing and picture coping; news evaluation and judgment; graphic principles in editing; different types of page design and make-up; editing and proof reading symboles.

 

MAC 221:   THEORIES OF MASS COMMUNICATION

Exploration and analysis of major theories which deal with the nature uses and effects of mass communication.  Relationship between theory and research, and the relevance of the latter to the former.

 

MAC 241  PRINCIPLES OF BROADCASTING

Overview of the physical, technical and societal bases of radio and television broadcasting.  Understanding the laws of nature that makes broadcasting possible, as well as the scientists who exploited them.  Understanding of the principles of wave propagation and programming principles.  Description of the individual items and equipment used in radio and television.  Survey of the diverse environment of broadcasting stations and networks.

 

MAC 251:  PRINCIPLES OF PUBLIC RELATIONS

The definition, concept, theories, and practices of public relations and public affairs.  Evolution of public relations globally and in Nigeria; scope and functions of public relations: relationship between public relations and related discipline; importance of public relations in either profit or non-profit organizations.  Public relations research.  Models of public relations.

 

MAC 261 & 262:  GRAPHICS OF MASS COMMUNICATION

Knowledge of importance of graphics in the production of publication materials like newspaper, magazines, books, etc; designing captions for television programmes; different types and typefaces; paper qualities; different types of layouts and designs; principles and techniques of graphic production.  Preparation of articles and photographs in photo editing for newspaper/magazines publication.

 

 

MAC 281:  SPEECH COMMUNICATION

Development of skills for effective communication with business and professional associates, as well as other audiences.  Specifically, the course is based on the study of communication theory as applied to a variety of public speaking situations and social interactions.  The goals of the course are to improve students’ ability to speak before an audience, to listen to and analyze speeches, to interact more effectively interpersonally, and to increase awareness of the role of communication in our complex society.

 

MAC 212:  WRITING FOR THE MASS MEDIA

Instruction and practice in writing for the mass communication media, with the major emphasis on development of the journalistic style and proficiency in grammar and the use of language.  Understanding of the basic characteristics of the various mass media and the techniques for writing for each medium.

 

MASS MEDIA AND SOCIETY

Examination of the mass media of communication as a social institution, with particular attention to pertinent sociological concepts, theories, themes and problems.  Role and relationships of the mass media vis-à-vis major social institutions.  Focus on the sociology and professionalism of mass media communicators; mass media contents and the issue of cultural imperialism and media dependency.  Internal dynamics and control of mass organizations and mass communication politics.  The role of communication in development.  Communication and the issue of Rights: human rights, woman’s right, children’s right/the millennium goals.  Principles of state control.  Ownership and control of the press.  Characteristics of the Nigerian Press.  Comparative media systems.

 

MAC 252:   PRINCIPLES OF ADVERTISING

General review of the fundamental principles and tenets of the advertising discipline.  Definition/nature, history, and types of advertising.  Advertising as mass communication.  Role of advertising in society.  Evolution of advertising in Nigeria.  Type of advertising agencies.

 

MAC   321:  MASS MEDIA AND POLITICS

Linkages between mass communication and the political institution, the opinion function of the mass media; mass communication and the formation of public opinion; agenda setting function of the mass media; mass communication and status-conferral; concepts of political power and freedom in society-a look at the political theories of the press; review of the general principles of state control of the mass media; in-depth analysis of mass communication and polities in Nigeria, including a look at the Nigerian Constitution and its provisions for the role of the media in the Nigerian society.

 

MAC 331 & 332:    NEWSPAPER/MAGAZINE EDITING AND PRODUCTION

Understanding of the design and make-up of a newspaper/magazine.  Meaning/definition and importance of copy editing:  role of editing in newspaper production; knowledge of quality of good editing; editing concepts of accuracy, clarity, coherence, conciseness, etc. and practice in editing copy to achieve each of these; picture editing.  Slug newspaper and magazine stories; understand the im0portance and utility of house styles; Editing and proofreading symbols.  Knowledge of the organizational structure of a typical newspaper/magazine establishment; various techniques of newspaper and magazines production.

 

MAC 421:  DEVELOPMENT COMMUNICTION

Understanding the role of communication in national development.  Extensive coverage of the general role of the media in society with special reference to promoting social change and socialization.  Communication and the issue of Rights:  human rights, woman’s rights, children’s right/the millennium goals.  Understanding of the concepts of ‘development’ and ‘Communication’.  The dominant paradigm and the new paradigm of development communication.  Practical work in development communication (‘doing devcom’).

 

MAC 461:  ETHICS OF MASS COMMUNICATION

General ethical and moral standards, and their application to mass communication.  Ethical theories and systems.  Ethical responsibilities of individuals, groups and organizations engaged in message construction, transmission or consumption, particularly in the field of news and public affairs.  Ethical problems in society and their relationships to ethical issues in mass communication.  Mechanisms for maintaining ethical standards in journalism.

 

MAC 422:  INTERNATIONAL COMMUNICATION

Practical Application of the principles and processes of magazines editing and production.  The department’s training magazine (UNIZIK Comet Magazine) should be produced by the students.  Intensive practical work in all aspects of the production process, from reporting to circulation.

 

MAC 482:  DOCUMENTARY FILM  PRODUCTION

Survey of the evolution and pioneers of the documentary form.  Analysis of the creative, political, anthropological and journalistic environment of the documentary.  Design, pre-production planning, intensive field work.  Production and subsequent evaluation of individual documentary projects.  Pre-requisite: film, and video editing.

 

MAC 492:   ORGANIZATION AND MANAGEMENT OF ADVERTISING AND PUBLIC RELATIONS AGENCIES

Establishment of effective guidelines for starting an enterprise in advertising or public relations.  The organization and management of the various departments of a full service agency.  Different types of advertising agencies; differences between agency functions and duties.  Differences between in house public relations departments and consultancy.  Role of regulatory bodies in advertising and public relations practice: case studies of APCON  and NIPR.

 

ACC 101: PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTS ( 2 Credits)

  1. Nature of Accounting: Historical Development of Accounting. Accounting concepts, Bases and Polities. Definitions – Accounting, Accountancy, book-keeping and Accounts. Accounting Principles and Convention.

2              Accounting Books and Records: Sources Document, Books of Prime Entry, Ledgers and Trial Balance. Double Entry Book-keeping. “T” Accounts and columnar Accounts. Capital and Revenue items. Classification of Accounts.

3              Final Accounts for the sole Proprietor: income statement and Balance sheet. Balance Sheet Equation.

4              Adjustment in Final Accounts: Accurals and Prepayments. Provision for Bad and Doubtful debts. Provision for Discounts and Depreciation.

5              Miscellaneous: Bank Reconciliation Statement and the cash Book. Petty Cash Book and the Imprest System.

 

ACC 102: PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING II   (2 CREDITS)

(Pre-requisite: ACC 101)

  1. Accounting system: Nature of Accounting system. General Journal. Control Accounts. Suspense Account. Correction of Errors.
  2. Preparation of Accounts from Incomplete Records.
  3. Accounts of Non-Trading Organisations: Receipts and Payments Accounts. Income and Expenditure Accounts. Receipts and Expenditure Accounts.
  4. Manufacturing Accounts: Elements of Cost.  Direct and Indirect Costs.  Distribution and Operational Costs.  Profit or Loss on Manufacturing.
  5. Joint Venture Accounts and Consignment Accounts: Joint Venture with “X” Accounts. Memorandum Joint Venture Accounts.  Consignor and Consignee’s Accounts.
  6. Computation of Interests and commissions.
  7. Introduction to Partnership Accounts: Partnership Agreement.  Profit Sharing and Partners’ capital, current, interests, Drawings and Appropriations Accounts.

 

 

ACC  213:  INTERMEDIATE FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING  I

(Pre-requisite:  ACC 102).

  1. Partnership Accounts: Admission and Retirement of Partners.  Change in profit sharing Rations.  Treatment of Goodwill.  Dissolution of Partnership.  Conversion to Limited Liability Companies.
  2. Branch Accounts and Departmental Accounts-Excluding Foreign Branches.
  3. Hire-Purchase Accounts: Buyers Book and Sellers |\books. Treatment of Re-possession in the Books.
  4. Miscellaneous Accounts: Containers Accounts, Goods on Sales or return. Contract Accounts. Royalty Accounts. Accounting for bills of exchange.

 

ACC  214:  INTERMEDIATE FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING  II

(Pre-requisite:  ACC 213)

  1. Accounts for Limited Liability Companies: Distinction with partnerships. Memorandum and Articles of Association.  Statutory Books and Returns.  Classes of Share Capital.  Application, Allotment and forfeiture of shares.  Final Accounts of Companies.  Share Redemption.
  2. Published Accounts of Companies: Requirements of SAS No. 2 and CAMA No. 1. 1990. Income Statement. Balance Sheet, Notes to the Accounts, Sources and Application of Funds, Value Added Statement, and Historical Financial Summary.
  3. Treatment of Taxation in the Accounts: Tax. Withholding Tax on Dividends.  Deferred Taxation.
  4. Investment Accounts and Stock: Exchange Transactions: Stock Transaction ex div, and cum div, preparation of interim Statements.  Listing Requirements on the exchange.

 

ACC  221  AUDITING   I

  1. Nature of Auditing: Origin, definitions and objects of Auditing.  Distinction between Auditing, Accountancy and Investigations. Rights, Duties and Qualifications of the Auditor.  Types of Audit. Advantages of an Audit.
  2. Auditing Guidelines and Concepts: Standards and Guidelines of Auditing. Operational Standards.  Professional Requirements.  Independence, Materiality and Uniformity Concepts.
  3. Auditing Under the Law. Statutory and Private Audits.  Provisions of CAMA, 1990. Audit of small and Registered Companies.
  4. Commencement of an Audit: Engagement Letter.  Review of Statutory Books, etc.  Techniques and Conduct of an Audit.
  5. Internal Control System: Definitions and importance of internal control.  Nature, objectives and scope of internal control.  Internal Audit and internal check.  Internal Audit versus External Audit.  Ascertainment of the System.  Testing the system.  Management Letter.

          

ACC 222:  AUDITING II (pre-requisite: ACC 221)

  1. Audit Procedures and Final Audit: Audit Programme. Planning the Audit, implementing the Audit.
  2. Audit Testing: Walk-through test and Depth test.  Compliance and Substantive Tests.  Rotational and Vouching Tests.
  3. Verification and Valuation of Balances Sheet and Income Statement Items
  4. Audit working papers: Audit Evidence, permanent and current Audit file.
  5. Audit Practice with Respect to Distribution Profits: Effects of Statue and Decided Cases.
  6. Auditor’s Liability: Duty of Cease, Liability Under Statue Common Law. Civil and Criminal Liability.  Effects of Decided Cases.

 

ACC 315:  ADVANCED FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING  I

(Pre-requisite:  ACC 214)

  1. Accounting Theory: Principles and Objectives of Financial Reporting.  Nature and measurement of Business Income.  Accounting for Depreciation.  Accounting for Intangibles-Goodwill, Deferred Expenses, and Research and Development Costs.  Accounting for Price Level Changes.  Introduction to Government Accounting.
  2. Recommendations on Accounting Principles by NASB: Theoretical and Statutory prescriptions as contained is SAS and CAMA, 1990.  Generally Accepted Accounting Principles.
  3. Consolidated Accounts: Holding and Subsidiary Companies. Consolidated Balance Sheet and Profit and Loss Accounts.  Disclosure Requirements.
  4. Partnership Dissolution: Dissolution by Bankruptcy and by the Court.  Rules in Elliot.
  5. Elliot and Garner v. Murray.

 

ACC  371: MANAG3EMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM & DATA

  1. Fundamentals of Data Processing: Processing Methods-manual, mechanical and Electronic.  Classification of systems-Closed Loop and Open Loop System.
  2. Systems Design and Organization and Methods: Systems Development cycle.  Controls in a computer Environment.  Cost-Benefit Analysis.  Data-Base Management.  Back up Facilities.  Designing Accounting, and Management Information Systems.
  3. Computer and Data Processing: Input, process output Units.  Hardware and Software.  Introduction to common Computer Programming Languages-COBOL, FORTRAN, SPSS, etc, EDP methods.  Batch processing.
  4. Reports: Error Reports and Exception Reports, and their Uses.  Report Formats and From Design.

 

ACC  416:  INTERNATIONAL ACCOUNTING  (2 credits)

  1. Review of International Accounting Standards.
  2. Accounts Relating to Foreign Exchange Transactions: Exchange Conversion Methods.
  3. Accounting Treatment of Exchange Differences.
  4. Accounts of Foreign Branches.
  5. Preparation, Translation and Analysis of Financial Statements for Foreign Multi-National Companies.
  6. Accounting and Control Problems of Foreign Companies: Transfer of Dividends, Costs of Foreign Products, and
  7. Funds from Foreign Directors.
  8. Comparative Study of Accounting Practices in Different Countries of the world.

 

        ACC 417:  ADVANCED FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING II

(Pre-requisite:  ACC 315).

  1. Review of all Topics Treated in ACC 315 and 416: Specific Treatment of Consolidated Accounts and Dissolution of Partnership.
  2. Re-organization and Reconstruction Schemes: Amalgamation (Merger) and absorption of Companies. Reduction of Share Capital.  Conversion of Partnership to Registered Companies.
  3. Bankruptcy: Statement of Affairs.  Deficiency Accounts.

Trustee’s Accounts.

ACC 423:  AUDITING AND INVESTIGATION

(Pre-requisite:  ACC 222).

  1. Review of Topics Treated in ACC 221 and 222: Further Review of underlying Audit concepts and principles.  True and Fair view concept.  Materiality and independence concept.  Forensic Audit.
  2. Investigations: Types and circumstances of investigations.  Distinction from Audit.  Types and forms of investigations Reports.
  3. Further Treatment of Auditor’s Libility: Statutory and non-Statutory Audit Liability.  Liability of investigation Accountant.  Case Law.
  4. Electronic Data Processing (EDP) and the Auditor: Internal Control in EDP situations. Auditing Computer-Based Systems.
  5. Auditor’s Report: Qualified and Unqualified Report.  Forms of Qualification.  Nature and Format of Audit Report.  Relevance of Audit Report in corporate financial reporting.
  6. Audit Professional Practice: Professional Ethics.  Sitting up and Audit Practice.  Management of an Audit Firm.

 

ACC 441:  MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING I

         (Pre-requisite: ACC 333)

  • Marginal Costing and CVP Analysis: Application of CVP Analysis and Break-Even Chart in decision making. Decision models-product planning, profit planning, promotional mix, equipment selection and replacement, and make-or buy decision.
  • Budgeting and Budgetary Control: Budgeted income statement and balance sheet. Cash budget.  Master budget, flexible budgeting.  Towards a new budgeting process.
  • Pricing Decision: Economic concepts of price. Full cost pricing.  Return on investment pricing. Direct cost pricing.  Differential cost pricing.  Conversion cost pricing.  Service pricing.  Transfer pricing.
  • Working Capital management: Adequacy and Quality of working capital.  Measures of adequacy and quality.  Application of financial ratios.  Liquidity index.  Common-size percentage analysis, etc. funds flow Analysis.

 

          ACC 442:  MANAGEMENT ACCOUNGING II

      (Pre-requisite: ACC 441)

  1. Review of topics treated in ACC 441
  2. Standard Costing: Variance analysis and Responsibility Accounting:  Material labour, and overhead variances.  Mix and yield variances.  Gross profit analysis, operation of responsibility Accounting System.
  3. Capital Budgeting and Project Analysis.
  4. Analysis of Financial Statements-Ratio analysis and Funds flow statements.
  5. Accounting Information and Reports. Types of Accounting reports and their presentation. Character of reports to management.

 

ACC 453:  ADVANCED TAXATION LAWS AND ACCOUNTS    (2 CREDITS) 

          (Pre-requisite: ACC 252).

  1. Review of Taxation of Individuals. Sole proprietors, partnerships and registered companies:  Trades or Business Sold or transferred.  Pioneer companies relief.  Tax related fiscal policies.
  2. Capital Gains Tax Act, and Capital Transfer Tax Act.
  3. Petroleum Profits Tax Act.
  4. Miscellaneous Tax Laws: Excess profits Tax, Turnover Tax, income Tax (Rents) Act. Double Taxation arrangements.  Value added Tax.
  5. Emerging Trends kin International Taxation and e-Taxation.

 

ACC 461: GOVERNMENT ACCOUNTING & PUBLIC FINANCE (2 CREDIT).                  

  1. Nature and Development of Public Finance: Public receipts and expenditure. Development of public finance through primitive era, merchantilist era and Laissez faire era.  Fiscal and monetary policy tools in public finance.
  2. Nature of Government Accounting: Accounting for not-for-profit organization, Legal aspects of Government Accounting-constitutional provisions on budgeting, Accounting and Auditing.  Financial regulations.  Civil service regulations in relation to Accounting.  Types of funds and their operations.
  3. Accounting Processes and Bookkeeping procedures: Preparation of Government Accounts and Final accounts. Financial statements and reports.  Nature and types of financial controls.  Expenditure controls.  Role of public Accounts committee.
  4. Government Budgeting: Legislative and executive procedures  in budget preparation and implementation.  Modern budgeting systems-programme performance budgeting, planning programming budgeting systems, zero-base budgeting etc elements of fiscal and budgetary administration.
  5. Government Audit: Auditor-General-Appointment, functions and powers.  Internal Audit function.  Audit Alarm committee.  Pre-Audit  and post-Audit.  Value for Money Audit.

 

 

MARKETING OPTION

MKT 102:   INTRODUCTION TO ENTREPRENEUR AND MARKETING (2 CREDIT)

The meaning, role and relevance of marking in business. Functions of marketing. Classification of goods and services. The four Ps (Product, Price, Promotion and Place) of marketing. Distribution channels and intermediaries. Nature of marketing. The historical and economic role of entrepreneurship. Theory and the practice of entrepreneurship. Starting and managing a new enterprise. Characteristics of entrepreneurs. The identification and evaluation of  new venture opportunities.

 

MKT 210 & 202: PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING I & II     (4 CREDITS)

Marketing definition, concept, evolution role and importance. The marketing system. The marketing environment, buyer behaviour, market segmentation, market measurement and forecasting, marketing research. The product concept, development and life cycle, product classification and marketing strategies, pricing, management of channels of distribution. Advertising personal selling, public relations and sales promotion, marketing of professional services. Appraising the marketing effort. Government regulation of marketing.

MKT 331: ADVERTISING MANAGEMENT(2 CREDITS)

Advertising and the economics of advertising. Criticisms of advertising. Advertising and the economy. Advertising ethics. Basic principles and practice of advertising, aprroches to the study of advertising. AAPN Code of Ethics and advertising organization and management, advertising and mass communication media, the nature of advertising, case studies.

MKT 332: RESEARCH METHODOLOGY

Fundamentals of research, Scientific research method and procedure. Developing ideas for research. Reviewing the scientific literature. Choosing a research design. Analysis and interpretation and writing report. Dealing with business and organizational behaviour problems in Nigeria. The problems and prospect of business research in a seller’s market like Nigeria.

MKT 430: MARKETING ETHICS AND NIGERIANM MARKETING SYSTEM (2 CREDITS)          

Marketing and development, traditional marketing and its development. Mixed marketing system. Nigerian marketing institution, rural and urban markets, commodity boards, cooperative, channels of product distribution. Pricing and price control in Nigeria, resale price maintenance, sales profession, survey of commercial policies in Nigeria. Effects on establishment of commercial tariffs, foreign exchange regulations, import restrictions, fiscal and monetary policies, case studies. Professional marketing practice: Professional ethics in marketing, code of practice, professional association – Nigeria Marketing Association, Associations of Advertising Practitioners of Nigeria, Nigerian Institute of Public Relations, codes of practice, Decrees establishing the advertising and public relations council, field work practice, case studies.

 

MKT 434: INDUSTRIAL MARKETING (2 CREDITS)

Strategies, tactics and techniques in pricing, promotion and distribution of industrial goods. Methods, applications and planning peculiar to the solution of industrial marketing problems, problems of importation and exportation of industrial raw materials, accessories and parts, Nigeria’s industrial marketing problems and prospects.

 

MKT435: MARKETING MANAGEMENT (2 CREDITS)

(Pre-requisite: MKT 201, MKT 202 and MKT 334)

Application of the fundamental principles of management to the marketing function.  The organization, planning, control and coordination and interaction of the whole marketing function (product, physical distribution, pricing and promotion).  Analytical tools and approaches to decisions concerning the allocations of funds to various means of market cultivation.  Marketing measurement and forecasting.  Discussion of cases involving different decisions for a variety of products.  Ingredients in the successful management of innovation, marketing and social responsibility.