Department of Sociology/Anthropology

DEPARTMENT OF SOCIOLOGY/ANTHROPOLOGY

YEAR ONE FIRST SEMESTER

S/NOCOURSE CODECOURSE TITLECREDIT LOAD
1.GSS 101Use of English1
2.GSS 104History & Philosophy of Science2
3.GSS 107Nigerian Peoples & Culture2
4.GSS 108Igbo Language1
5.GSS 101Introduction to Sociology I2
6.SOC 111Element of Scientific Thought I2
  ELECTIVES CHOOSE TWO 
S/NOCOURSE CODECOURSE TITLECREDIT LOAD
6.PSY 102Introduction to Psychology I2
7.PSC 101Introduction to Political Science I2
8.ECO 101Introduction to Economics I2
  TOTAL14

 

 

YEAR ONE SECOND SEMESTER

S/NOCOURSE CODECOURSE TITLECREDIT LOAD
1.SOC 102Introduction to Sociology II2
2.SOC 112Elements of Scientific Thought II2
3.SOC 142Nigerian Culture Heritage2
4.GSS 102Use of English II1
5.GSS 103Logic & Philosophy2
6.GSS 109Igbo Language II1
7.PSY 102Introduction to Psychology2
  ELECTIVES CHOOSE ONE 
S/NOCOURSE CODECOURSE TITLECREDIT LOAD
7.PSY 101Introduction to Psychology I2
8.PSC 101Introduction to Political Science I2
  TOTAL14

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

YEAR TWO FIRST SEMESTER

S/NOCOURSE CODECOURSE TITLECREDIT LOAD
1SOC 291Social Statistics I2
2SOC 231Socio-Culture Change I2
3CSCComputer Programme & Language I2
4SOC 215Marxist Sociology2
5SOC 141Introduction to Anthropology2
  ELECTIVES: CHOOSE TWO  
6LAW 101Introduction to Nigerian Law 12
7BUS 101Introduction to Business I2
  TOTAL12

 

YEAR TWO SECOND SEMESTER

S/NOCOURSE CODECOURSE TITLECREDIT LOAD
1.SOC 232Socio-Cultural Change II2
2.SOC 244Language in Society & Culture2
3.CSC 102Computer Application2
4.SOC 292Social Statistics II2
5.SOC 143Introduction to African Societies2
  ELECTIVES CHOOSE TWO 
S/NOCOURSE CODECOURSE TITLECREDIT LOAD
6.LAW 102Introduction to Nigerian Law II2
7.BUS 102Introduction to Business II2
  TOTAL12

 

YEAR THREE FIRST SEMESTER

S/NOCOURSE CODECOURSE TITLECREDIT LOAD
1.SOC 213History of Social Thought I2
2.SOC 261Social Psychology I2
3.SOC 282Sociology of Education2
4.CSC 101Computer Applications2
  ELECTIVES CHOOSE THREE 
S/NOCOURSE CODECOURSE TITLECREDIT LOAD
5.SOC 251Sociology of Mass Communication2
6.SOC 282Sociology of the Family2
7.MAC 201Theories of Mass Communication2
8.PSY 252Psychology of Ethnic and Inter-group Relations2
  TOTAL14

 

YEAR THREE SECOND SEMESTER

S/NOCOURSE CODECOURSE TITLECREDIT LOAD
1.SOC 214History of Social Thought II2
2.SOC 262Social Psychology II2
3.CSC 102Computer2
  ELECTIVES CHOOSE TWO 
S/NOCOURSE CODECOURSE TITLECREDIT LOAD
4.SOC 252Sociology of Knowledge and Technology2
5.SOC 234Women in Society2
6.SOC 262Military and State2
  ELECTIVE CHOOSE ONE 
7.ECO 263Economics Problems o f Nigeria I2
8.PSC 212Political Ideas2
  TOTAL12

 

YEAR FOUR FIRST SEMESTER

S/NOCOURSE CODECOURSE TITLECREDIT LOAD
1.SOC 322Sociology of Crime and Delinquency I2
2.SOC 364Inter group Relations2
3.SOC 316Social Theories2
4.SOC 371Urban Sociology2
5.PSC 324Nigerian Foreign Policy2
6.SOC 363Social Inequality2
7.SOC 382Sociology of the Aged2
  TOTAL14

 

 

YEAR FOUR SECOND SEMESTER

S/NOCOURSE CODECOURSE TITLECREDIT LOAD
1.SOC 323Sociology of Crime and Delinquency II2
2.SOC 335Social Movement2
3.SOC 324Political Sociology2
4.SOC 383Sociology of Religion I2
5.PSY 356Environmental Psychology2
  TOTAL10

 

 

YEAR FIVE FIRST SEMESTER

S/NOCOURSE CODECOURSE TITLECREDIT LOAD
1.SOC 437Sociology of Third World2
2.SOC 393Methods of Social Research I2
3.SOC 453Industrial Sociology2
4.SOC 453Social Stratification & Mobility2
5.SOC 458Sociology of Medicine2
6.SOC 467Personality & Motivation2
7.SOC 345African Social Thought2
  TOTAL14

 

 

YEAR FIVE SECOND SEMESTER

S/NOCOURSE CODECOURSE TITLECREDIT LOAD
1.SOC 384Sociology of Health & Illness Relations2
2.SOC 394Methods of Social Research II2
3.SOC 372Rural Sociology2
4.SOC 446Regional Ethnography of Sub-Saharan Africa2
5.SOC 425Sociology of Deviant Behaviour2
6.SOC 355Formal Organisation2
  TOTAL12

 

 

YEAR SIX FIRST SEMESTER

S/NOCOURSE CODECOURSE TITLECREDIT LOAD
1.SOC 417Contemporary Sociology Theories I2
2.SOC 436Sociology of Development I2
3.SOC 473Demography2
4.SOC 418Urbanization and Labour Migration I2
5.SOC 418Models in Sociological Analysis2
  TOTAL10

 

YEAR SIX SECOND SEMESTER

S/NOCOURSE CODECOURSE TITLECREDIT LOAD
1.SOC 419Contemporary Sociology Theories II2
2.SOC 438Sociology of Development II2
3.SOC 475Applied Demography2
4.SOC 476Urbanization and Labour Migration II2
5.SOC 490Research project6
  TOTAL14

 

 

YEAR TWO FIRST SEMESTER

S/NOCOURSE CODECOURSE TITLECREDIT LOAD
1.GSS 101Use of English1
2.GSS 104History & Philosophy of Science2
3.GSS 107Nigerian Peoples & Culture2
4.GSS 108Igbo Language1
5.SOC 141Intro to Anthropology2
6.SOC 291Social Statistics I2
7.SOC 231Social Cultural Change I2
8.SOC 215Marxist Sociology2
  TOTAL14

 

YEAR TWO SECOND SEMESTER

S/NOCOURSE CODECOURSE TITLECREDIT LOAD
1.GSS 102Use of English II1
2.GSS 103Logic & Philosophy2
3.GSS 102Introduction to Sociology II2
4.SOC 232Socio-Cultural Change II2
5.SOC 244Language in Society & Culture2
6.SOC 144Introduction to Anthropology2
7.SOC 143Introduction to African Societies2
8.GSS 109Igbo Language1
  TOTAL14

 

 

YEAR THREE FIRST SEMESTER

S/NOCOURSE CODECOURSE TITLECREDIT LOAD
1.SOC 213History of Social Thought I2
2.SOC 261Social Psychology I2
3.SOC 282Sociology of Education2
4.CSC 101Computer Applications2
  ELECTIVES CHOOSE THREE 
S/NOCOURSE CODECOURSE TITLECREDIT LOAD
5.SOC 251Sociology of Mass Communication2
6.SOC 282Sociology of the Family2
7.MAC 201Theories of Mass Communication2
8.PSY 252Psychology of Ethnic and Inter-group Relations2
  TOTAL14

 

 

 

 

 

 

YEAR THREE SECOND SEMESTER

S/NOCOURSE CODECOURSE TITLECREDIT LOAD
1.SOC 214History of Social Thought II2
2.SOC 262Social Psychology II2
3.SOC 231Social Statistics II2
4.CSC 102Computer2
  ELECTIVES CHOOSE TWO 
S/NOCOURSE CODECOURSE TITLECREDIT LOAD
4.SOC 252Sociology of Knowledge and Technology2
5.SOC 234Women in Society2
6.SOC 262Military and State2
  ELECTIVE CHOOSE ONE 
7.ECO 263Economics Problems of Nigeria I2
8.PSC 212Political Ideas2
  TOTAL14

 

 

YEAR FOUR FIRST SEMESTER

S/NOCOURSE CODECOURSE TITLECREDIT LOAD
1.SOC 322Sociology of Crime & Delinquency I2
2.SOC 364Inter-group Relations2
3.SOC 316Sociology Theory2
4.SOC 371Urban Sociology2
5.PSC 324Nigerian Foreign Policy2
  ELECTIVES CHOOSE ONE 
S/NOCOURSE CODECOURSE TITLECREDIT LOAD
6.SOC 363Social Inequality2
7.SOC 382Sociology of the Aged2
  TOTAL12

 

 

YEAR FOUR SECOND SEMESTER

S/NOCOURSE CODECOURSE TITLECREDIT LOAD
1.SOC 323Sociology of Crime & Delinquency II2
2.SOC 335Social Movement2
3.SOC 324Political Sociology2
4.SOC 383Sociology of Region2
5.PSY 365Environment Psychology2
6.LAW 102Intro to Nigeria LAW2
  TOTAL12

 

 

YEAR FIVE FIRST SEMESTER

S/NOCOURSE CODECOURSE TITLECREDIT LOAD
1.SOC 437Sociology of Third World2
2.SOC 393Methods of Social Research I2
3.SOC 365Social Stratification & Mobility2
4.SOC 453Industrial Sociology2
5.SOC 485Sociology of Medicine2
6.SOC 467Personality Motivation2
7.SOC 345African Social Thought2
  TOTAL14

 

 

YEAR FIVE SECOND SEMESTER

S/NOCOURSE CODECOURSE TITLECREDIT LOAD
1.SOC 384Sociology of Health & Illness Relations2
2.SOC 394Methods of Social Research II2
3.SOC 365Rural Sociology2
4.SOC 446Regional Ethnography of Sub-Saharan Africa2
5.SOC 425Sociology of Deviant Behaviour2
6.SOC 355Formal Organization2
  TOTAL12

 

YEAR SIX FIRST SEMESTER

S/NOCOURSE CODECOURSE TITLECREDIT LOAD
1.SOC 417Contemporary Sociological Theories I2
2.SOC 436Sociology of Development I2
3.SOC 473Demography2
4.SOC 418Urbanization and Labour Migration I2
5.SOC 418Models in Sociological Analysis2
  TOTAL10

 

YEAR SIX SECOND SEMESTER

S/NOCOURSE CODECOURSE TITLECREDIT LOAD
1.SOC 419Contemporary Sociological Theories II2
2.SOC 418Sociology of Development II2
3.SOC 475Applied Demography2
4.SOC 476Urbanization and Labour Migration II2
5.SOC 490Research project6
  TOTAL14

 

COURSE DESCRIPTION

SOC 101               INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY

Founding fathers of Sociology and their ideals of progress in society. Sociology as a science, personality and the social system; culture, socialization, the effects of non-socialization and social control (2 credits).

 

SOC 102               INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY II

Social institutions (family, economy, education etc) in conflict and change in industrial and developing societies, social inequalities, social problems and social change, methods and techniques of social investment. (2 credits)

 

SOC 141               INTRODUCTION TO ANTHROPOLOGY

Root of Anthropology theory; relationship between Anthropology and other disciplines, origins and evolution of man dating method; language and culture, approaches to the study of culture; socialization; social institutions; Kinship, politics, religion and economy examined from a comparative basis; uses of anthropology. (2 credits)

 

SOC 143               INTRODUCTION TO AFRICA SOCIETIES AND CULTURES (2 Credits)

The study and criticisms of ethnographic descriptions of African societies. People and their cultures both as scientific reporting and as a literary art form. A survey of African societies and cultures in contemporary settings, the cultural regions, social organization, language, polity, economy and world views.

 

SOC 142               NIGERIAN HERITAGES (2 Credits)

Survey of the peoples and cultures of Nigerian with specified attention to their geographical distribution. Linguistic classification and traditional religion and world views, environment and society, habitat and economy, kinship. Marriage and decent systems, politics, traditional and modern; continuity, conflict and change in selected ethnographic areas.

 

SOC 213               HISTORY OF SOCIAL THOUGHT I (2 Credits)

An introduction to the early western thought to the development of modern sociology.

 

SOC 214               HISTORY OF SOCIAL THOUGHT II (2 Credits)

Development of modern classical sociologists and contemporary African theories about society. Points of convergence and divergence among the early and contemporary social thought.

 

SOC 232 & SOC. SOCIO-CULTURAL CHANGE I AND II (4 Credits)

Theoretical perspectives; institutional approach in the analysis of social change, causative factors in social change, the impact of social change on traditional institutions.

 

SOC 234               WOMEN IN SOCIETY (2 Credits)

An introduction to women studies. A survey of traditional and contemporary male/female relations in selected societies; its impact on attitudes to and perception of women and women’s conception of self factors which shape these attitudes. Public policy issues on women.

 

SOC 236               MILITARY AND THE STATE (2 Credits)

An introduction study from the social science perspective of the military as rulers, as law makers and law appliers. The role of the military in national and international politics with special attention to theories of war and apace; civil military political development of Africa. The non-military use of the military.

 

SOC 281               SOCIOLOGY OF EDUCATION (2 Credits)

Socialization in pre-industrial societies, mainly African formal education in modern societies, in Western, Eastern and third World Countries; education in colonial and post colonial Africa (Nigeria): secondary, university, adult and technical education; manpower training and development; modern formal education and class dynamics in Nigeria.

 

SOC 282               SOCIOLOGY OF THE FAMILY (2 Credits)

The family as a universal human institution; varieties of the principles of kinship classification and types and functions of groups formed on these principles. Study of marriage and family patterns, changing roles of the family in time and space; family instability and disorganization in different cultures; the future of the Nigerian family.

 

SOC 291               SOCIAL STATISTICS I (2 Credits)

The place of statistics in the study of society; types and measurements of variable, construction and use of statistical tables, proportions and percentages.

 

SOC 292               SOCIAL STATISTICS II (2 Credits)

Measurement of central tendency and dispersion, mode, median, mean, variance, standard deviation, the normal curve and the standard score, sample and sampling techniques, elements of probability; statistical estimation of association, inferential statistics and analysis of variance.

 

SOC 244               LANGUAGE IN SOCIETY AND CULTURE (2 Credits)

An examination of the social and cultural functions of language with particular reference to Nigerian and other West African societies. Language and societal development, Language problems of new states, Language policy.

 

SOC 251               SOCIOLOGY OF MASS COMMUNICATION (2 Credits)

Basic foundation for the study of human communication. The nature, functions and concepts of the mass media and their institutions. The theoretical, conceptual and evaluative aspects of human communication.

 

SOC 252               SOCIOLOGY OF KNOWLEDGE, SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY (2 Credits)

Social determination of knowledge. Examination of science and technology as social and cultural institutions. Similarities and differences between scientific and modes of activities. Technology and development process, knowledge systems which govern cumulative technology. Science and Technology and cultural convergence.

 

SOC 261               SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY (2 Credits)

This course studies the relationship between the individual and society; and the reciprocal impact between the two. The analysis of the individuals as the product of the society. Major concepts together with theoretical positions are comprehensively examined.

 

SOC 262               SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY II

This course continues on the same philosophy as those already mentioned in the first semester (2 Credits).

 

SOC 322/332 SOCIOLOGY OF CRIME AND DELINQUENCY I AND II

(4 Credits)

Nature and extent of crime. Theories of crime causation, traditional control of crime and deviancy in African societies, its application in the contemporary administration of justice. Crime behaviours in Nigeria, its relation to personal and cultural conditions.

SOC 324               POLITICAL SOCIOLOGY (2 Credits)

An examination of the social and cultural contexts of political activity and behaviour. Political organizations, trade unions; elite groups; the development of movement for political change.

 

SOC 364               ETHNIC AND INTERGROUP RELATIONS (2 Credits)

The sources and growth of ethnic ideologies in Africa, its uses in acquiring and sustaining political power in contemporary African societies.

 

SOC 365               SOCIAL STRATIFICATION AND MOBILITY (2 Credits)

An examination of the theoretical models of stratification systems; the course attempts; a comparative analyses of the stratification process and social mobility in industrial and developing societies with special reference to Africa.

 

SOC 393               METHODS OF SOCIAL RESEARCH I (2 Credits)

Scientific methods of analysis of social phenomena: steps in testing of sociological theory; defining problems of social research.

 

SOC 394               METHODS OF SOCIAL RESEARCH II (2 Credits)

Various tools of research advantages and disadvantages. Formulation of hypotheses, collecting, classifying and interpreting data; application of research findings.

 

SOC 362               SOCIOLOGY OF THE AGED (GERONTOLOGY) (2 Credits)

The social needs of the aged in transitional and modern societies. Comparative study of human maturity, aging and death as they are perceived in different cultures. Western versus African attitudes towards the aged.

 

SOC 363               SOCIAL INEQUALITY (2 Credits)

Analysis of forms and functions of social inequality. Theories concerning the origins, persistence and consequences of social system; of stratification. Types of social mobility and their impact on stratified structures. Social inequality and social probability in Nigeria Class and caste system in Africa.

 

SOC 365               RURAL SOCIOLOGY (2 Credits)

Development and scope of rural sociology. The concept of rurality and rural peasantry. Characteristics of Nigerian rural communities. Historical development, social organization and rural institutions. Demographic patterns and dynamics in Nigerian rural community. Patterns and objectives of rural community development. Case studies of rural community development in Nigerian and other countries.

 

SOC 371               URBAN SOCIOLOGY (2 Credits)

Urban sociology defined; urbanization and urbanism; phases or urbanization and related factors, linear theory of urbanization and critique. Industrialization and urbanization, pre-industrial cities of Africa. Social institutions of industrial societies, race, ethnicity and class in urban centres, rural migration theories, problems and trends in ECNO-Asia and Africa. Urban Nigerian problems and prospects. (2 Credits).

 

SOC 355               FORMAL ORGANIZATION (2 Credits)

Structural properties of organizations and their consequences. Bureaucracies and complex formal organization in various institutional settings and the relationship among organizations in the community, major theoretical and methodological problems in studying complex organization. Problems of formal organizations in the new states.

 

SOC 383               SOCIOLOGY OF RELIGION (2 Credits)

Religion as a social institution: Sociological approaches to the study of religious groups and activities of religion to society.

 

SOC 446               REGIONAL ETHNOGRAPHY

Advanced study of sub-Saharan African as a major ethnological region. African origins of early man archeological records, the cultural regions of Africa. Race and Racism. Language and population. Migration in History, Ethnological analysis of peoples and cultures of Africa.

 

SOC 473/SOC 475 DEMOGRAPHY

The field of Demography in relation to other social science disciplines, the development of the science of population studies, sources of data and methods of demographic analysis of population, size, composition and distribution, measurement of mortality, fertility, migration and population change; implication for population growth on employment, food, health, education etc.

 

SOC 417/419 CONTEMPORARY SOCIOLOGICAL THEORIES I & II

Major theories and schools of thought in the 20th century, contemporary developments of classical sociological theories; the major orientations in contemporary sociological theories, functionalism, symbolic interaction, structuralism conflict theory, ethonomethodology, exchange theory and other perspectives. Application of these theories to contemporary problems.

 

SOC 437               SOCIOLOGY OF THE THIRD WORLD (2 Credits)

Decolonization and the emergence of the third world. The characteristics of their world people, their cultural profiles. The North-south interaction and the conflicts. The impact of globalization and the dilemma of third world nations.

 

SOC 418               MODELS IN SOCIOLOGICAL ANALYSIS (2 Credits)

The course is built around two complementary issues: (a) what types of explanations are used in sociology technology as social and culture institutions: similarities and differences between scientific modes of thinking and those governing oilier human activities; technology and development process; knowledge systems which govern cumulative technology; science and technology and cultural governance, (b) What types of data are used in constructing explanations in sociology. The aim is to provide the student with the ability to evaluate a sociologist’s approval to any empirical area from two view points: (i) Is the chosen model of explanation adequate and (ii) Is the purported explanation adequate in terms of the chosen model?

 

SOC 474/476 URBANIZATION AND LABOUR MIGRATION I & II (2 Credits)

The phenomenon of urban growth in various parts of the world. Various forms of labour migration. The theories and economics of labour migration characteristics of Nigerian cities.

 

SOC 453               INDUSTRIAL SOCIOLOGY (2 Credits)

Historical foundations of industrial sociology scope of industrial sociology, theories and methods of study of work organization, organizations as control systems; cooperation and conflict in work organizations, with emphasis on management and power dialectics. Public and private bureaucracies in Nigerian political economy; industry and the Nigerian family and community; industrialization, education and manpower.

 

SOC 436/437 SOCIOLOGY OF DEVELOPMENT I & II (4 Credits)

Historical foundations of sociology of development with special reference to the ideas of progress and human development in pre-Newtonian social thought and in the general formulations of the founding fathers, modern theories of development: (a) the capitalist approach: (b) the socialist approach, and (c) the centre and centre peripheral models of underdevelopment; Nigeria national development plans; problems of rural development in Nigeria; issues of nation-building.

 

SOC 458               SOCIOLOGY OF MEDICINE

Modern medicine and the behavioural science, with special reference to the application of sociological theories and concepts to the study of disease, health and healing in the context of traditional belief system, methods of traditional healing introduced as background to discuss modern medical practice, hospital institutions and spiritual healing doctor patient relationships. (2 Credits)

 

SOC 490               PROJECT/DISSERTATION

Must be original and innovative. The topics are to be assigned to the students by the Department. (6 Credits)

 

 

 

GENERAL STUDIES

S/NCOURSE CODECOURSE TITLECREDIT UNIT
  GENERAL STUDIES3
1GSS101Use of English I3
2GSS 102Use of English II3
3GSS 103Introduction to Logic and Philosophy3
4GSS104History and Philosophy of Science3
5GSS105Humanities3
6GSS106Social Sciences3
7GSS 107Nigerian People and Culture3
8GSS108Basic Studies in Igbo I3
9GSS 109Basic Studies in Igbo II3

 

GSS 101:               Use of English I  (3 Credits)

Oral English, Parts of Speech, Phrases and Clauses, Sentence Construction, Direct and Indirect Speech Passive Constructions, Punctuation and Capitalization, Listening, Speaking and Reading Skills, Pre-writing Skills, Use of Library, Use of Dictionary, Skills for Examinations.

 

GSS 102:               Use of English II (3 Credits)

Paragraphs, Essays, Letters, Speeches, Public Announcements, Students’ Reports/the Term Paper, The Minutes, Memoranda, Short Stories and Summary

 

GSS 105:               Humanities (3 Credits)

Humanities: Nature and scope; concepts of culture and culture pattern; evolution of man’s tradition and culture; culture and society; government; development; language and culture; relationship between education, culture and tradition; analysis of Nigerian belief and system; women in Nigerian culture.

 

GSS 106:               Social Science (3 Credits)

The main objective of this course is to enable students acquire a broad and general knowledge and understanding of the society and the world in which we live.  It is also designed to help them acquire the analytical tools and methodologies which the social scientist uses to perceive the world and recreate it for the overall benefit of man.  The course is more beneficial to students in the faculties of National Sciences and Engineering  based faculties.

 

Classification of social systems: – Interpersonal relationships; – Personality traits and leadership qualities; – The role of the media.

Meaning, scope and indices of development: historical perspectives, ideological bases, economic, political and social factors of development.

  • Self reliance and national development
  • Growth and distribution of population
  • Delivery of public goods through public enterprises and agencies
  • Peaceful co-existence among nations
  • War and peace
  • International organizations as an agent of peace
  • Oil wealth and national development
  • Political socialization
  • Social deviance and control

 

GSS 107:               Nigerian People and Culture (3 Credits)

Study of Nigerian history and culture in pre-colonial times, Nigeria perception of his world. Culture area of Nigerian and their characteristics. Evolution of Nigeria as a political unit. Nigerian history-precolonial, colonial and contemporary time the military in Nigeria politics nation integration and unity. Concepts of functional education; national economy, balance of trade, economic self-reliance, social justice. In individual and national development. Norms and values. Moral obligations of the citizens, environmental sanitation. Music-in Nigerian, culture in Nigerian history democracy, human rights and governance in Nigeria.

 

GSS 108:               Igbo: Language, Literature and Culture (3 Credit)

The course will touch the three main areas (branches) in the Igbo studies, viz. Language, Literature and Culture.

  • Course Content for Language

[i]   Mkpuruedide na nkewasi ha

[ii]  Mmebeokwu Igbo, usoro mmebeokwu Igbo

[iii] Iwu nsupeokwu Igbo

[iv] Ụdaume Igbo na iwu ndi metụtara ụdaume n’edemede

  • Course Content for Literature

[i]   Nkọwa Agụmagụ, ọdidi agụmagụ

[ii]  Nkenudi Agụmagụ di iche iche; Ntulekorita Agumagu Odinala na nke ugbua.

[iii] Njirimara Agụmagụ; Uru Agụmagụ bara.

[iv] Akwụkwọ Agụmagụ

  • Course Content for Culture

[i]   Nkọwa ndị bụ ndị Igbo; Mmalite ndị Igbo.

[ii]  Omenala – nkọwa ya na njirimara omenala ndị Igbo, dk. Oji, Ọmụgwọ, Ekele, Nri ndị

Igbo, Nka, dgz.

[iii] Ewumewu – nkọwa ya, Ewumewu ndị Igbo dị iche iche dk. Ewumewu Mmekọrita,

Ewumewu Ọchịchị, Ewumewu Akụnaụba, Ewumewu Ofufe na Nkwenye ndi Igbo.

 

GSS 109:  Igbo: Language, Literature and Culture (3 Credit)

The course will touch the three main areas (branches) in the Igbo studies, viz. Language, Literature and Culture.

(a)           Course Content for Language

[i]   Njirimara asụsụ; Uru asụsụ bara; Mkpụrụedide na nkewasi ha.

[ii]  Nkejiasusu Igbo

[iii] Tens

[iv] Nkebiahịrị na ahịrịokwu

[v]  Mmepụta ụdaasụsụ Igbo; Mkpurụụdaasusu Igbo; Nkejiokwu; Ụdaolu

[vi] Edemede na Aghọtaazaa

 

(b)           Course Content for Literature

[i]   Atụmatụokwu na Atụmatụ Agụmagụ; Uru atụmatụokwu na atumatu agumagu bara.

[ii]  Akwụkwọ Agụmagu ndi a họpụtara, ọgugụ na nkọwa ha.

[iii] Akwụkwọ agụmagụ

 

(c)           Course Content for Culture

[i]   Ewumewu – nkọwa ya, Ewumewu ndị Igbo dị iche iche dk. Ewumewu Mmekọrita,

Ewumewu Ọchịchị, Ewumewu Akụnaụba, Ewumewu Ofufe na Nkwenye ndi Igbo.

[ii]  Echiche ndị Igbo gbasara ihe dị iche dk. Chukwu, Ọnwụ, dgz.