Department of Educational Foundation

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATIONS

EDUCATION/ECONOMICS

YEAR ONE

FIRST SEMESTER

GSS 101Use of English  I 1
GSS 104:History and Philosophy of Science 2
CSC 101:Computer Programming I 2
EDU 101:Sociological Foundations of Education 2
ECO 101:Principles of Economics 1 3
ECO 102:Introduction to Statistics I 3
 Total13

 

SECOND SEMESTER

GSS 102:Use of English II 1
CSC 102:Introduction to Computer Programming 2
EDU 102:Philosophical Foundations of Education 2
EDU 111:Introduction to Educational Psychology 2
ECO 105:Principles of Economics 2
ECO 106:Introduction to Statistics II 2
  11

YEAR TWO

FIRST SEMESTER

GSS 107:Nigerian Peoples and Culture2
GSS 108:Basic Igbo studies I1
EDU 103:Historical Foundations of Education2
EDU 221:Fundamentals of Current Development2
ECO 103:Introductory Maths for Economics I2
ECO 104:Introduction to Management I2
ECO 211:Micro-Economics I2
ECO 212:Macro-Economics I2
 Total 15

 

SECOND SEMESTER

GSS 103:Introduction to Philosophy and Logic2
GSS 109:Basic Igbo studies II1
EDU 104:Educational Management2
EDU 107:Introductory Maths for Econs II2
ECO 108:Introduction to Management II2
ECO 213:Micro-Economics II2
ECO 214:Macro-Economics II2
 Total 13

 

YEAR THREE

FIRST SEMESTER

EDU 212:Psychology of Learning3
EDU 222:Basic methodology2
ECO 221:Managerial Economics2
ECO 251:Principles of Public Finance2
ECO 332:International Economics2
 Total11

 

SECOND SEMESTER

EDU 223:Special Methodology2
EDU 261:Educational Technology2
EDU 225:Micro-Teaching2
ECO 272:History of Economic Thought I2
 Total8

YEAR FOUR

FIRST  SEMESTER

EDU 331:Educational Research and Statistics3
EDU 335:Special Education2
ECO 261:Structure of Nigerian Economics2
ECO 271:Economic History2
ECO 315A:Intermediate Micro-Economics I2
ECO 316A:Intermediate Macro-Economics I2
ECO 381:Public Policy2
 Total 15

 

SECOND SEMESTER

ECO 224:Business Economics2
ECO 345:Econometrics & Research Methods2
ECO 355:Nigerian Public Finance2
ECO 315B:Intermediate Micro-Economics II2
ECO 316B:Intermediate Macro-Economics II2
 Total10

 

YEAR FIVE

FIRST  SEMESTER

EDU 333:Measurement and Evaluation2
ECO 364:Developmental Economics2
ECO 382:History of Economic Thought II2
ECO 417A:Political Economy2
ECO 418A:Advanced Micro-Economics I2
ECO 427:Advanced Macro-Economics I2
ECO 427:Industrial Relations & Personnel Management2
 Total14

 

SECOND SEMESTER

EDU 325:Teaching Practice6
ECO 428:Economics of Production2
ECO 453:Money and Banking2
 Total10

 

YEAR SIX

FIRST SEMESTER

ECO 466:Problems and Policies of Development2
ECO 465:Economic Planning I2
ECO 458:Taxation and Fiscal Policy2
ECO 478:Comparative Economic System2
ECO 491:Project Evaluation I2
 Total10

 

SECOND SEMESTER

EDU 433:Research Project in Education4
ECO 417B:Advanced Micro-Economics II2
ECO 418B:Advanced Macro-Economics II2
ECO 467:Economic Planning II2
ECO 492:Project Evaluation II2
 Total12

 

EDUCATION/ENGLISH

 

YEAR ONE

FIRST SEMESTER                                                                                           CREDIT HOURS

GSS 101:Use of English1
GSS 104:History and philosophy of science2
GSS 108:Basic Igbo Studies1
CSC 101:Computer programming I2
EDU 101:Sociological Foundations of  Education2
ENG 101:Elements of English Grammar & Usage I3
ENG 161:Introduction to Nigerian Literature3
 Total                 14

 

SECOND  SEMESTER                                                                                     CREDIT HOURS

CSC 102:Introduction to Computer Programming II2
GSS 102:Use of English II1
EDU 102:Philosophical Foundations of Education2
EDU 111:Introduction to Educational Psychology3
ENG 102:Elements of English Grammar & Usage II3
ENG 162:Introduction to Nigerian Literature II3
 Total                14

 

YEAR TWO

FIRST SEMESTER                                                                                           CREDIT HOURS

GSS 107:Nigerian Peoples and Culture2
EDU 103:Historical foundations of Education2
EDU 221:Fundamentals of Curriculum Development2
ENG 151:Introduction to Fiction3
ENG 241:Advanced English Composition I3
 Total                12

 

 

SECOND  SEMESTER                                                                                     CREDIT HOURS

GSS 109:Basic Igbo Studies II1
EDU 104:Educational Management2
EDU 261:Educational Technology2
ENG 131:Basic English Composition3
ENG 242:Advanced English Composition II3
GSS 103:Introduction to Philosophy and Logic2
 Total                13

 

YEAR THREE

FIRST SEMESTER                                                                                           CREDIT HOURS

EDU 212:Psychology of Learning3
EDU 222:Basic Methodology2
ENG 221:Introduction to Phonetics and Phonology I3
ENG 251:Survey of English Literature I3
ENG 281:Modern Comedy3
 Total                14

 

SECOND  SEMESTER                                                                                     CREDIT HOURS

EDU 223:Special methodology2
EDU 225:Micro-Teaching2
ENG 222:Introduction to Phonetics and Phonology II3
ENG 252:Survey of English Literature II3
ENG 253:Literary Appreciation2
 Total                12

 

YEAR FOUR

 

FIRST SEMESTER                                                                                           CREDIT HOURS

EDU 331:Educational Research and Statistics3
EDU 335:Special Education2
ENG 303:English as a Second Language3
ENG 321:Phonology of English3
 Total                 11

 

 

SECOND SEMESTER                                                                                      CREDIT HOURS

ENG 332:Introduction to Semantics2
ENG 333:Modern English Structure3
ENG 382:Literature of the Victorian Period3
 Total                 8

 

YEAR FIVE

 

FIRST SEMESTER                                                                                           CREDIT HOURS

EDU 333:Measurement and Evaluation2
ENG 361:African Fiction3
ENG 384:Shakespeare3
ENG 401:Multilingualism3
 Total                11

 

 

 

 

SECOND SEMESTER                                                                                      CREDIT HOURS

EDU 325:Teaching Practice6
ENG 342:English for Specific Purposes3
ENG 434:Modern English Usage and Grammar3
 Total                 12

 

YEAR SIX

FIRST SEMESTER                                                                                           CREDIT HOURS

ENG 442:Speech Writing3
ENG 472:Studies in Fiction3
ENG 363:African Drama3
ENG 362:African Poetry3
 Total                12

 

SECOND SEMESTER                                                                                      CREDIT HOURS

EDU 433:Research Project in Education4
ENG 471:Studies in Poetry3
ENG 473:Studies in Drama3
ENG 452:Common Wealth Literature3
   OR  
ENG 482:Modern authors3
 Total                16

 

EDUCATION/F.A.A

YEAR ONE

FIRST SEMESTER                                                                                           CREDIT HOURS

GSS 101:Use of English I1
GSS 108:Basic Igbo studies1
CSC 101:Introduction to Compute Programming I2
EDU 101:Sociological Foundations of Education2
FAA 101:Basic Drawing I2
FAA 111:Two-dimensional Design I2
FAA 113:Three-dimensional Design I2
 Total12

 

 

SECOND SEMESTER                                                                                      CREDIT HOURS

GSS 102:Use of English II1
CSC 102:Introduction to Computer Programming2
EDU 102:Philosophical Foundations of Education2
FAA 102:Basic Drawing II3
FAA 112:Two-Dimensional Design II3
FAA 114:Three-Dimensional Design II3
 Total14

 

YEAR TWO

FIRST SEMESTER                                                                                           CREDIT HOURS

GSS 104:History and philosophy of science2
GSS 107:Nigerian Peoples and Culture2
EDU 103:Historical foundations of Education2
EDU 221:Fundamentals of Curriculum Development2
FAA 151:Art Appreciation I3
FAA 203:Still Life Drawing2
FAA 261:Pictorial Composition3
 Total16

SECOND SEMESTER                                                                                      CREDIT HOURS

GSS 103:Introduction to Philosophy and Logic2
GSS 109:Basic Igbo Studies II1
EDU 104:Educational Management2
EDU 111:Introduction to Educational psychology3
EDU 261:Educational Technology2
FAA 204:Figure Drawing2
 Total12

 

YEAR THREE

FIRST SEMESTER                                                                                           CREDIT HOURS

EDU 212:Psychology of learning3
EDU 222:Basic Methodology2
FAA 241:Basic Photography2
FAA 253:History of Art (from Paleolithic to modern times)3
FAA 271:Wood sculpture3
FAA 305:Draughtmanship I2
 Total15

 

SECOND SEMESTER                                                                                      CREDIT HOURS

EDU 323:Special methodology2
EDU 225:Micro-teaching2
FAA 231:Ceramis: Drawing and Modeling3
FAA 281:Dyed Textiles2
 Total9

 

YEAR FOUR

FIRST SEMESTER                                                                                                           CREDIT HOURS

EDU 331:Educational Research and Statistics3
EDU 335:Special Education2
FAA 215:African Craft and Technique2
FAA 355:History of Art2
FAA 407:Advanced Drawing I2
FAA 457:Contemporary Nigerian Art2
 Total13

 

SECOND SEMESTER                                                                                                           CREDIT HOURS

FAA 221:Introduction to Art Education2
FAA 254:History of Art (History of Architecture: Earliest to present)3
FAA 408:Advanced Drawing II2
 Total7

 

YEAR FIVE

FIRST SEMESTER                                                                                                                CREDIT HOURS

EDU 333:Measurement and evaluation2
FAAAreas of specialization – Major in Painting Graphics, textile, ceramics, sculpture or art history 

14

 Total16
   

SECOND SEMESTER                                                                                                           CREDIT HOURS

EDU 325:Teaching Practice6
GIT 399:SIWES6
FAA 458:African Architecture2
 Total14

 

YEAR SIX

FIRST SEMESTER                                                                                                                CREDIT HOURS

FAAArea of specialization – Major in Painting, Graphics, Textile, Ceramics, Sculpture or Art History 

 

 

SECOND SEMESTER                                                                                                           CREDIT HOURS

EDU 433:Research project in Education4
FAAArea of Specialization – Major in Painting, Graphics, Textile, Ceramics Sculpture or Art History 

12

 Total16

 

EDUCATION/FRENCH

YEAR ONE

FIRST SEMESTER                                                                                                                CREDIT HOURS

GSS 101:Use of English I1
CSC 101:Computer Pogramming I2
GSS 104:History and philosophy of science2
EDU 101:Sociological Foundations of Education2
FRE 111:Oral French2
FRE 112:Laboratory Exercises I2
FRE 121:French Grammar I2
 Total                13

 

SECOND SEMESTER                                                                                                           CREDIT HOURS

GSS 102:Use of English II1
CSC 102:Introduction to Computer Programming II2
EDU 102:Philosophical Foundations of Education2
EDU 111:Introduction to Educational Psychology3
FRE 113:Oral French II2
FRE 114:Laboratory Exercises II2
FRE 122:French Grammar II2
 Total                 14

 

YEAR TWO

FIRST SEMESTER                                                                                                                CREDIT HOURS

GSS 107:Nigerian Peoples and Culture2
GSS 108:Basic Igbo Studies I1
EDU 103:Historical Foundations of  Education2
EDU 221:Fundamentals of Curriculum Development2
FRE 131:Introduction to French Composition2
FRE 141:Reading in French I2
 Total                11

 

SECOND SEMESTER                                                                                                           CREDIT HOURS

GSS 103:Introduction to Philosophy and Logic2
GSS 109:Basic Igbo Studies II1
EDU 104:Educational Management2
EDU 261:Educational technology2
FRE 123:Introduction to Phonetics2
FRE 132:French Composition  I2
FRE 142:Reading in French II2
 Total13

 

 

YEAR THREE

FIRST SEMESTER                                                                                                                CREDIT HOURS

EDU 225:Micro-Teaching Theory2
EDU 212:Psychology of Learning3
EDU 222:Basic methodology2
FRE 211:Oral Expression and Comprehension I2
FRE 222:French Phonetics and Phonology2
FRE 221French Grammatical Structures I2
 Total                13

 

SECOND SEMESTER                                                                                                           CREDIT HOURS

EDU 223:Special Methodology2
EDU 225:Micro-Teaching2
FRE 212:Oral Expression and Comprehension II2
FRE 223French Grammatical Structures II2
FRE 231:French Composition II2
FRE 232:Introduction to Stylistics and Composition2
 Total      12

 

YEAR FOUR

FIRST SEMESTER                                                                                                                CREDIT HOURS

EDU 333:Measurement and evaluation2
EDU 331:Educational Research and Statistics3
EDU 335:Special Education2
FRE 361:Introduction to Translation2
FRE 341:Introduction to Literature in French2
FRE 331:Composition and Stylistics2
FRE 421:General Linguistics2
 Total                15

 

SECOND SEMESTER                                                                                                           CREDIT HOURS

FRE 244:Critical Appreciation of French2
FRE 251:Culture and civilization of Francophone World2
FRE 362:Intermediate translation2
FRE 422:Linguistics Applied to the teaching of French2
 Total      8

 

YEAR FIVE

FIRST SEMESTER                                                                                                                CREDIT HOURS

 Abroad 

 

SECOND SEMESTER                                                                                                           CREDIT HOURS

 Abroad 

 

 

YEAR SIX

FIRST SEMESTER                                                                                                                CREDIT HOURS

FRE 311Communication skills2
FRE 321:Advanced Studies in French Grammatical Structures2
FRE 461:Advanced Translation 12
FRE 411:Advanced Oral French I2
FRE 431:Essay Writing in French2
FRE 443:African Literature in French: Oral Tradition2
 Total                 12

 

SECOND SEMESTER                                                                                                           CREDIT HOURS

EDU 433:Research Project in Education4
EDU 325:Teaching Practice4
FRE 463:Advanced Translation II2
FRE 412:Advanced Oral French II2
FRE 445:African Literature in French: Written Tradition2
 Total      14

 

EDUCATION/HISTORY

YEAR ONE

FIRST SEMESTER                                                                                                                CREDIT HOURS

GSS 101:Use of English I1
CSC 101:Computer Programming I2
EDU 101:Sociological Foundations of Education2
HIS 103:Major world civilization3
HIS 111:Nigeria Form Earliest Times to 1899AD3
 Total                 11

 

 

SECOND SEMESTER                                                                                                           CREDIT HOURS

CSC 102:Introduction to Computer Programming II2
GSS 102:Use of English II1
EDU 102:Philosophical Foundations of Education2
EDU 111:Introduction to Educational Psychology3
HIS 122:West Africa From 1500 to Present3
HIS 123:North Africa from First Conquest of Egypt to 1800AD3
 Total14

 

 

YEAR TWO

FIRST SEMESTER                                                                                                                CREDIT HOURS

GSS 104:History and Philosophy of Science2
GSS 107:Nigerian Peoples and Culture2
GSS 108:Basic Igbo Studies I1
EDU 103:Historical Foundations of  Education2
EDU 221:Fundamentals of Curriculum Development2
HIS 121:Africa 1500 to 1800AD3
HIS 211:Nigeria 1800 to 1900 AD2
 Total                 14

 

 

SECOND SEMESTER                                                                                                           CREDIT HOURS

GSS 109:Basic Igbo Studies II1
EDU 104:Educational Management2
EDU 261:Educational Technology2
HIS 131:Europe to the Age of the Revolution3
HIS 213:Archaeology of Nigeria2
HIS 215:Igbo Land from the Earliest Time to 19002
 Total                12

 

 

 

 

 

 

YEAR THREE

FIRST SEMESTER                                                                                                                CREDIT HOURS

EDU 225:Micro-Teaching Theory2
EDU 212:Psychology of Learning3
EDU 222:Basic Methodology2
HIS 212:Constitutional Development in Nigeria2
HIS 221:East and Central Africa Since 1800 AD2
HIS 231:History of America since 18652
HIS 241:History of America since 1855-18772
 Total      15

 

 

SECOND SEMESTER                                                                                                           CREDIT HOURS

EDU 223:Special Methodology2
EDU 225:Micro-teaching2
HIS 214:Economic History of Nigeria Since the 19th Century2
HIS 222:Southern African since 1800 AD2
 Total8

 

YEAR FOUR

FIRST SEMESTER                                                                                                                CREDIT HOURS

EDU 333:Measurement and Evaluation2
EDU 331:Educational Research and statistics3
EDU 335:Special Education2
HIS 262:International Law & Diplomacy in the 19th C2
HIS 351:Contemporary History of the Middle East2
HIS 312:Nigerian foreign policy2
HIS 311:History of Nigeria: 1800-19702
 Total     15

 

 

SECOND SEMESTER                                                                                                           CREDIT HOURS

HIS 322:Islam to Revolution in West Africa2
HIS 232:Europe from the French Revolution to World War II2
HIS 362:Strategic Issues in the 20th Century2
HIS 321:Problems and Prospects of Regional Economic Development 
 in West Africa2
HIS 323:African and the Outside World2
 Total       10

 

YEAR FIVE

FIRST SEMESTER                                                                                                                CREDIT HOURS

HIS 341:American Diplomacy in the 20th Century2
HIS 401:Evolution and Development of Modern Forms of 
 Government Systems (Parliamentary, Presidential etc)3
HIS 411:Nigeria from 1970 to Present3
HIS 302:History of the Common Wealth2
HIS 331:USSR Politics and Diplomacy in the 20th Century2
 Total     12

 

 

 

 

 

SECOND SEMESTER                                                                                                           CREDIT HOURS

EDU 325:Teaching Practice6
HIS 402:War and Peace in the 20th century3
HIS 412:Igbo Land in the 20th Century3
 Total      12

 

YEAR SIX

FIRST SEMESTER                                                                                                                CREDIT HOURS

HIS 421:Christianity in West Africa3
HIS 423:The African Union: A study of African International Relations3
HIS 422:The Military in African Politics3
 Total     9

 

 

SECOND SEMESTER                                                                                                           CREDIT HOURS

EDU 433:Research Project in Education4
HIS 426:Nationalism and Nation Building in Africa3
HIS 461:Foreign Policies of Major World Powers3
 Total    10

 

EDUCATION/IGBO

 

YEAR ONE

 

FIRST SEMESTER                                                                                                                CREDIT HOURS

CSC 101:Computer programming 12
EDU 101:Sociological Foundations of Education2
IGB 103:Introduction to the Igbo People and their Language2
IGB 104:Composition and Comprehension in Igbo2
IGB 141:Introduction to Igbo Linguistics I2
 Total     10

 

 

SECOND SEMESTER                                                                                                           CREDIT HOURS

CSC 102:Introduction to computer programming II2
GSS 102:Use of English II1
GSS 103:Introduction to philosophy and logic2
EDU 102:Philosophical Foundations of Education2
EDU 111:Introduction to Educational Psychology3
IGB 111:Creative Writing in Igbo2
IGB 121:Introduction to the History of the Igbo People2
 Total14

 

YEAR TWO

FIRST SEMESTER                                                                                                                CREDIT HOURS

GSS 104:History and Philosophy of Science2
GSS 107:Nigerian Peoples and Culture2
EDU 103:Historical Foundations of Education2
EDU 221:Fundamentals of Curriculum Development2
IGB 241Introduction to Phonology2
IGB 242:Introduction to Morphology2
 Total      12

 

 

SECOND SEMESTER                                                                                                           CREDIT HOURS

EDU 104:Educational Management2
EDU 261:Educational Technology2
IGB 142:Introduction to Igbo Linguistics II2
IGB 204:Igbo Phonology I2
 Total8

 

YEAR THREE

FIRST SEMESTER                                                                                                                CREDIT HOURS

EDU 212:Psychology of learning3
EDU 222:Basic methodology2
IGB 301:Igbo Grammar2
IGB 211:Introduction to Igbo Oral Literature2
IGB 203:Use of Igbo Language2
 Total     11

 

 

SECOND SEMESTER                                                                                                           CREDIT HOURS

EDU 223:Special Methodology2
EDU 225:Micro-teaching2
IGB 207:Igbo Syntax I2
IGB 212:Introduction to Varieties of Igbo Prose2
IGB 302:Igbo Phonology II2
IGB 206:Igbo Morphology2
 Total12

 

YEAR FOUR

FIRST SEMESTER                                                                                                                CREDIT HOURS

EDU 333:Measurement and evaluation2
EDU 331:Educational Research and Statistics3
IGB 303:Igbo Dialects3
IGB 311:Forms of Igbo Poetry2
IGB 312:Literary Criticism in Igbo2
IGB 313Introduction to Igbo Drama2
 Total     14

 

 

SECOND SEMESTER                                                                                                           CREDIT HOURS

IGB 315:Igbo stylistics I2
IGB 332:Igbo cultural Life, Thoughts and Belief2
IGB 334:Names among Igbo people2
IGB 304:Igbo Syntax II2
IGB 404:Theory and Practice of Translation2
 Total10

 

 

YEAR FIVE

FIRST SEMESTER                                                                                                                CREDIT HOURS

IGB 331:Introduction to Igbo Culture and Institution2
EDU 335:Special Education2
IGB 401:Topics in Igbo Phonology3
IGB 402:Contractive Studies (English, Hausa, Yoruba & Chinese)3
 Total     10

 

 

SECOND SEMESTER                                                                                                           CREDIT HOURS

EDU 325:Teaching Practice6
IGB 314:Selected Igbo Prose, Poetry and Drama2
IGB 403:Topics in Igbo Syntax2
IGB 414:Igbo Stylistics II2
 Total12

 

YEAR SIX

 

FIRST SEMESTER                                                                                                                CREDIT HOURS

IGB 415:Comparative Study of Igbo Literature3
IGB 432:Issues in Igbo Floklore & Life3
IGB 433:Igbo Philosophy2
IGB 445:Igbo Lexicography2
 Total     10

 

 

SECOND SEMESTER                                                                                                           CREDIT HOURS

EDU 433:Research Project in Education4
IGB 413:Contemporary Igbo Poetry and Drama3
IGB 412:Contemporary Igbo Prose and Fiction2
 Total9

 

EDUCATION/POLITICAL SCIENCE

YEAR ONE

FIRST SEMESTER                                                                                                                CREDIT HOURS

GSS 101:Use of English I1
GSS 104:History and Philosophy of Science2
CSC 101:Computer Programming I2
EDU 101:Sociological Foundations of Education2
PSC 101:Introduction to Political Science I3
PSC 102:Citizen and the  State2
 Total     12

 

 

SECOND SEMESTER                                                                                                           CREDIT HOURS

EDU 102:Philosophical Foundations of Education2
CSC 102Introduction to Compute Programming II2
EDU 111:Introduction to Educational Psychology3
GSS 102:Use of English II1
PSC 121:Nigeria Political Culture2
PSC 103:Introduction to Political Science II3
 Total                 13

 

YEAR TWO

FIRST SEMESTER                                                                                                                CREDIT HOURS

GSS 103:Introduction to Philosophy and Logic2
GSS 107:Nigerian Peoples and Culture2
GSS 108:Basic Igbo Studies I1
EDU 103:Historical Foundations of Education2
EDU 221:Fundamental of Curriculum Development2
PSC 122:Constitutional Development in Nigeria2
PSC 211AIntroduction to Political Theories2
 Total      13

 

SECOND SEMESTER                                                                                                           CREDIT HOURS

GSS 109:Basic Igbo Studies II1
EDU 104:Educational management2
EDU 261:Educational technology2
PSC 211B:Introduction to Political Analysis2
PSC 181:Political in Africa2
 Total9

 

YEAR THREE

FIRST SEMESTER                                                                                                                CREDIT HOURS

EDU 212:Psychology of learning3
EDU 222:Basic Methodology2
PSC 223:Nigerian politics and Government3
PSC 251:Introduction to Political Administration2
PSC 261:Introduction to Local Government Studies2
 Total      12

 

SECOND SEMESTER                                                                                                           CREDIT HOURS

EDU 223:Special Methodology2
EDU 225:Micro-teaching2
PSC 212:Political Ideas2
PSC 252:Introduction of Public Administration2
PSC 231:Introduction to International Relations2
 Total10

 

YEAR FOUR

FIRST SEMESTER                                                                                                                CREDIT HOURS

EDU 333:Measurement and Evaluation2
EDU 331:Educational Research and Statistics3
EDU 335:Special Education2
PSC 313:History of Political Thoughts (Western)3
PSC 314:Contemporary Political Analysis2
PSC 315:Political Behaviour2
 Total     14

 

SECOND SEMESTER                                                                                                           CREDIT HOURS

PSC 271:Foundations of Political Economy2
PSC 325:Urban Political and Government in Nigeria2
PSC 316:African Political Thought2
PSC 342:Comparative Federalism2
PSC 343:Comparative Politics and Government3
 Total11

 

YEAR FIVE

FIRST SEMESTER                                                                                                                CREDIT HOURS

PSC 341:Methodology of Comparative Politics2
PSC 417:Political Sociology3
PSC 324:Nigerian Foreign Policy2
PSC 332:Theories of International Relations2
 Total      9

 

SECOND SEMESTER                                                                                                           CREDIT HOURS

EDU 325:Teaching Practice6
PSC 354:Public Policy Analysis2
PSC 372:Theories and Practice of Marxism2
 Total10

YEAR SIX

FIRST SEMESTERCREDIT HOURS
PSC 418:Public Opinion and Pressure Group3
PSC 426:The Military in Nigerian Politics and Government3
PSC 474:State and Economy2
PSC 462:Politics & Law in Africa2
PSC 455:Development Administration2
 Total12

                                                               

 

SECOND SEMESTERCREDIT HOURS
EDU 433:Research Project in Education4
PSC 435:Third World and Dependency3
PSC 436:Imperialism and Nationalism3
 Total10

 

EDUCATION/ RELIGION

YEAR ONE

 

FIRST SEMESTERCREDIT HOURS
GSS 101:Use of English 11
GSS 104:History and Philosophy of Science2
CSC 101:Computer Programming2
EDU 101:Sociological Foundations of Education2
RHR 101:Introduction to the Study of Religion2
RHR 141:Introduction to Islam2
RHR 151:Introduction to African Traditional Religion2
 Total13

 

 

SECOND SEMESTERCREDIT HOURS
GSS 103:Introduction to Philosophy and Logic2
GSS 102:Use of English II1
CSC 102:Introduction to Computer Programming II2
EDU 102:Philosophical Foundation of Education2
EDU 111:Introduction to Educational Psychology3
RHR 132:Christian Values2
 Total12

 

YEAR TWO

FIRST SEMESTERCREDIT HOURS
GSS 107:Nigerian Peoples and Culture2
GSS 108:Basic Igbo Studies I1
EDU 103:Historical Foundations of Education2
EDU 221:Fundamentals of Curriculum Development2
RHR 111:The People of OT: Origin to Exodus2
RHR 121:The Background of the New Testament2
RHR 231:Early Christian History & Doctrine to 451AD2
 Total13

 

 

 

 

 

SECOND SEMESTERCREDIT HOURS
GSS 109:Basic Igbo Studies II1
EDU 104:Educational Management2
EDU 261:Educational Technology2
RHR 152:Ancestorship in ATR2
RHR 142:Islam in West Africa2
RHR 212:People of the OT: Settlement of Exile2
 Total11

 

YEAR THREE

FIRST SEMESTERCREDIT HOURS
EDU 212:Psychology of Learning3
EDU 222:Basic Methodology2
RHR 201:History of Religion2
RHR 221:The Traditions of Jesus2
RHR 241:Introduction to Quran2
RHR 251:African Traditional Beliefs and Philosophy2
 Total13

 

SECOND SEMESTERCREDIT HOURS
EDU 223:Special Methodology2
EDU 225:Micro Teaching2
RHR 223:The Sypotic Gospel2
RHR 232:Christian History and Doctrine II2
RHR 202:Philosophy of Existence of God2
RHR 252:Major Shrines and Deities in ATR2
 Total12

YEAR FOUR

FIRST SEMESTERCREDIT HOURS
EDU 333:Measurement and Evaluation2
EDU 331:Educational Research & Statistics3
EDU 335:Special Education2
HRH 211:Elements of Hebrew Grammar2
HRH 311:People of the OT – Return from Exile and Pre-NT times2
HRH 321:Earliest Christianity: Paul and His Theology2
 Total13

 

SECOND SEMESTERCREDIT HOURS
RHR 262:Religious Ethics2
RHR 333:Soteriology2
RHR 371:Religious Crisis and Conflict Mgt. in Nigeria2
RHR 332:The Reformation2
RHR 312:Prophets and Prophecy of OT2
 Total10

YEAR FIVE

FIRST SEMESTERCREDIT HOURS
RHR 301:Comparative Religion2
RHR 332:History of Christianity in West Africa2
RHR 361:Religion and Social Change2
RHR 411:Old Testament Theology2
RHR 351:Healing in ATR2
 Total10

 

SECOND SEMESTERCREDIT HOURS
EDU 325:Teaching Practice6
RHR 322:Johanine Writings2
RHR 402:Comparative Religion Issues2
RHR 323:Literature of the NT: Epistle in English2
 Total12

YEAR SIX

 

FIRST SEMESTERCREDIT HOURS
RHR 421:New Testament Theology2
RHR 431:Nigerian Church History2
RHR 461:Comparative Ethical Issues2
RHR 471:History & Development of Human Rights2
RHR 401:Religion and Science2
 Total10
 

SECOND SEMESTER

 

CREDIT HOURS

EDU 433:Research Project in Education4
RHR 412:Apocalyptic Writings2
RHR 413:Literature of the OT: The Writings in English2
RHR 422:Literature of the NT: Acts of the Apostles in English2
 Total10

 

EDUCATION/MUSIC

YEAR ONE

FIRST SEMESTER                                                                                                           CREDIT HOURS

GSS101:Use of English I1
CSC 101:Computer Programming I2
EDU 101:Sociological Educations of Education2
MUS 100:Studies in Musical Acoustic I2
MUS 110:Rudiments of Music2
MUS112:Musicianship Studies I2
GSS 108:Basic Igbo Studies I1
 Total              12

 

SECOND SEMESTER                                                                                                      CREDIT HOURS

GSS 102:Use of  English II1
CSC 102:Introd. to Computer Programming II2
EDU 102:Philosophical Foundations of  Education2
EDU 111:Introduction to Educational Psychology3
MUS 101:Studies in Musical Acoustic II2
MUS 111:Tonal Harmony I2
MUS 113:Musicianship Studies II2
 Total14

 

YEAR TWO

FIRST SEMESTER                                                                                                           CREDIT HOURS

GSS 104:History and Philosophy of Science2
GSS 107:Nigerian Peoples and Culture2
EDU 103:Historical Foundation of Education2
EDU 221:Fundamentals of Curriculum Development2
MUS 130:African Music Studies I2
MUS 142:Individual Performance Studies I2
 Total               12

 

 

 

SECOND SEMESTER                                                                                                      CREDIT HOURS

GSS 103:Introduction to Philosophy and Logic2
GSS 109:Basic Igbo Studies II1
EDU 104:Educational Management2
EDU 261:Educational Technology2
MUS 121:History of Western Music (Let Medieval to Late Middle Age)2
MUS 131:African Music Studies II2
MUS 143:Individual Performance Studies2
 Total               13

 

YEAR THREE

FIRST SEMESTER                                                                                                           CREDIT HOURS

EDU 212:Psychology of Leaning3
EDU 222:Basic Methodology2
MUS 210:Tonal Harmony II2
MUS 212:Musicianship Studies II2
MUS 220:Music History (The Renaissance period,1400-1600)2
MUS 230:African Music Studies III2
 Total13

 

SECOND SEMESTER                                                                                                      CREDIT HOURS

EDU 223:Special Methodology2
EDU 225:Micro-teaching2
MUS 211:Tonal Harmony III2
MUS 213:Musicianship Studies IV2
MUS 221:Music History (Baroque period: 1600-1250)2
 Total10

 

YEAR FOUR

FIRST SEMESTER                                                                                                            CREDIT HOURS

EDU 331:Educational Research and Statistics3
EDU 335:Special Education2
MUS 240:Keyboard Studies2
MUS 242:Individual Performance Studies III2
MUS 310:Counterpoint Figure and Further Harmony I2
MUS 314:Musicianship Studies V2
 Total13

 

SECOND SEMESTER                                                                                                      CREDIT HOURS

MUS 231:African Music Studies IV2
MUS 241:Keyboard Studies2
MUS 243:Individual Performance Studies IV2
 Total6

                               

 

YEAR FIVE

FIRST SEMESTER                                                                                                           CREDIT HOURS

EDU 333:Measurement and Evaluation2
MUS 320:Music History (The classical Period 1750-1800)2
MUS 330:African Music Studies V2
MUS 332:Music of other World Studies V2
MUS 340:Keyboard Studies III2
MUS 342:Individual Performance Studies V2
MUS 311:Counter Point, Figure and Further Harmony II2
  14

SECOND SEMESTER                                                                                                       CREDIT HOURS

EDU 325:Teaching Practice6
MUS 410:Counterpoint, Figure and Figure Harmony3
MUS 431:African Music –Advanced Topics II3
  12

YEAR SIX

FIRST SEMESTER                                                                                                            CREDIT HOURS

MUS 315:Musicianship Studies VI2
MUS 321:Music History (The Romantic Age:1800-1900)2
MUS 343:Individual Performance Studies VI2
MUS 430:African Music –Adventure Topics I2
MUS 462:Choral Studies and Conducting III3
  11

 

SECOND SEMESTER                                                                                                      CREDIT HOURS

EDU 433:Research  Project in Education4
MUS 442:Individual Performance Studies VII3
MUS 463:Choral Studies and Conducting IV3
  10

 

COURSE DECRIPTION FOR GENERAL EDUCATION COURSES

 

EDU 101: SOCIOLOGICAL FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION (2 CREDIT UNITS)

The course is designed to acquaint students with historical background of Sociology and other related sciences, methods of Sociology as a social science, the concept of education, the concept of Sociology of Education, the relevance of Sociology of Education to the classroom teacher, and the concept of culture, socialization and social institutions.

 

EDU 102: PHILOSOPHICAL FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION (2 CREDIT UNITS)

The course will expose the students to the concept of philosophy, education and philosophy of education, it will also expose them to the relevance of philosophy-of education to the classroom teacher; Nigerian philosophy of education, schools of thought in philosophy and theories of education, values and education and some problems of Nigerian education.

 

EDU103: HISTORICAL FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION (2 CREDIT UNITS) The course is designed to acquaint students with the concept and forms of education, oriental education, Greco-Roman education, medieval education, renaissance and reformation in Western education, origin and growth of Western education as well as tradition or informal education, including some Nigerian educationists and their contributions to Nigerian education.

 

EDU 111: INTRODUCTION TO EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY (3 Credit Units)

The course is designed to acquaint the students with the concept of educational psychology, biological basis of human development, approaches and methods of studying children, the interaction of heredity and environment, the concept of adolescence, intellectual development and assessment, personality development as well as some theories of personality including those of Kohlberg, Erickson and Freud.

 

EDU 212: PSYCHOLOGY OF LEARNING (3 Credit Units)

The course is designed to acquaint students with the meaning, theories and principles of learning; emphasis is given to meaningful learning, memory system, retention, study strategies, transfer of learning, concept learning, motivation and the Nigerian learning environment.

 

EDU 221: FUNDAMENTALS OF CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT (2 Credit Units)

This course exposes students to rudimentary issues in curriculum theory and planning. This involves the exploration of schools of thought in curriculum, scope of curriculum studies and issues in the design, development and evaluation of educational programs. It also focuses on both traditional questions concerning curriculum development patterns and models and newer questions that have emerged in the field. These newer investigations concern, but are not limited to, how curriculum is culturally, politically, and economically situated; contemporary analyses of curriculum and instructional discourses; and factors that influence curriculum planning. It. also includes a critical examination of the substance (goals, objectives, subject matter, courses, programmes of study, learning experiences), criteria and practices used for bringing about learning in educational settings.

 

EDU 222: BASIC EDUCATIONAL METHODOLOGY (2 CREDIT UNITS)

This course exposes students to rudimentary issues in curriculum implementation. This includes the explanation of planned, implemented, attained and hidden curriculum; different methods of teaching are reviewed. The course also presents to students evolving instructional strategies such as computer assisted instruction (CAI), team teaching, and flexible scheduling. The students are also exposed to the taxonomy as well as the classroom implications of levels of educational objectives.

 

EDU223: SPECIAL METHODOLOGY (2 CREDIT UNITS)

This course exposes students to the application of various teaching methods in different subjects under different situations. Emphasis is on skill development.

 

EDU 225: MICRO TEACHING (2 CREDIT UNITS)

The course involves the examination of the various teaching skills such as set induction, stimulus variation, repetition, questioning, reinforcement, closure, etc. Emphasis is on the integration of skills in the teaching process. At the end of the lectures, students are put in groups of 5-10 and they practice the peer assessment microteaching examination by designated lecturers.

 

EDU 261: EDUCATIONALTECHNOLOG Y (2 CREDIT UNITS)

The aim of the course is to develop in students the ability to apply technology to the solution of educational problems. Since this era is dominated by information technology, one of the major aims of the course is to make the students computer literate with specific reference to instructional computing. The course presents the concept, principles and historical development of educational technology. Effort is made to help students to understand the relationship between technology and educational technology. Categories of instructional media are presented. This is followed by discussion on the definition, types and generations of computers. Modes of computer use in education, methods of Computer Aided Instruction (CAI) as well as strategies for learning on the Internet are discussed. The students are guided on the practical use of Windows Operating System and Microsoft Word.

 

EDU 325: TEACHING PRACTICE (6 CREDIT UNITS)

A minimum of 12 weeks of supervised exposure to classroom teaching on field experience to demonstrate the degree of proficiency in applying some of the basic theories of instruction that have been acquired.

 

EDU 331: EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH AND STATISTICS (3 CREDIT UNITS)

The course will expose the students to the concept of Educational Research, the necessary steps involved in educational research including problem identification, review of related literature, research designs, techniques for data collection and tools for data analysis, interpreting research results, writing research proposals, writing project reports as well as the use of computer as a tool in educational research.

 

EDU 333: MEASUREMENT AND EVALUATION IN EDUCATION (2 CREDIT UNITS)

The course will expose students to definitions of testing, measurement and evaluations and uses of evaluation data. Principles of test construction, item writing, item analysis, the concept of validity and reliability, teacher made tests versus, standardized tests, interpretation of data obtained from evaluation of students performance, measures of central tendency, measures of variability, measures of relationship, measures of relative standing and students reports, introduction of continuous assessment and rationale for its introduction

 

EDU 335: INTRODUCTION TO SPECIAL EDUCATION (2 CREDIT UNITS)

The course is designed to acquaint the students with the meaning of Special Education, concepts in Special Education, diagnosis and treatment of behavior pathology, the methodology of teaching various categories of exceptional children including the gifted, the mentally, emotionally and physically handicapped, as well as the hearing impaired, learning disabled and visual impaired.

 

 

 

EDU433: RESEARCH PROJECT IN EDUCATION (4 CREDIT UNITS)

In this course every student carries out research project in education under the guidance of a lecturer who is appointed as a supervisor.