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  • Properties of Atomic orbits, Optical spectra of the Hydrogen atom, Spontaneous and simulated
    emissions (Lasers and Masers), Spectra of Alkali metals, Quantum effects, Vector model of the atom: LS and j-j couplings. Bohr magneton, Space quantization, Stern -Gerlach Experiment, Zeeman effect,Hyperfine structure and Isotopes and nuclear spin. Nuclear spin member, Pauli's exclusion principles,Molecular spectroscopy, Rotation, Vibration rotation, Electronic, X-ray spectra, Applications to Chemistry Frank Gordon.

  • PHY 254 Business Ethics

  • BUS 312 Introduction to Behavioural Science

  • BUS321 Corporate Planning and Strategy

  • Knowledge of consumer motivation and buying behavior is at the heart of the marketing concept. It is therefore, the objective of this course to select from the vast body of knowledge about human behavior those concepts and principles which seem to have particular relevance to the understanding of consumer buying behavior. Furthermore, students can view the consumer in a more meaningful, perhaps, rational way while the businessmen can develop a better understanding of the basic forces which directs and govern human behavior, so as to plan product and market strategies more effectively.

  • The emphasis is on advanced discussion of production management topic. Area of coverage will include inventory control project planning forecasting, aggregate planning, quality control and material resource planning.

  • Concepts of strategy in relation to business, corporations, and management. Ideas of linkage between organizations and their relevant environments as the basis of strategy formulation and implementation Concepts of policies, decision-making, business objective, performance criteria, structure, and managerial behavior. The major criteria, structure, and managerial behavior. The major contributions of courses in Finance, Accounting, Insurance, Economics, Behavioural sciences, and Management of Business policy and decision-making. Practice in calculating simple financial and economic indices from business data and other accounting information. Learning the behavioural implications of courses of action that are considered rational on the basis of financial and economic indices computer. Emphasis of course as forum for using all salient ideas gained from other courses in the undergraduate programme. The strategy framework. Example of basic corporate objectives. Factors in the business environment of specific firms in Nigeria. Analysing a firm's opportunities and
    threats, strengths and weaknesses. Selection strategies and structure. Deriving and strategies and Policy structures, of public limited liability companies from their published annual reports. Developing the skills of students in developing clear business objectives, writing clear strategies and policies, and presenting structures that are capable of helping in implementing chosen strategies.

  • Course Objectives
    This is an introductory course to operational research (OR) as a decision-making problem-solving, science-based activities. The course is designed to introduce the students to the concepts and methods of decision analysis, and operational research as an approach to decision analysis. The course is meant to provide a firm basis for the understanding and applying of advanced techniques of OR that would follow in later courses.

  • Concepts of theory in the physical and social sciences. Levels of theory. The feature of theory in Management. Links between management theories and management models. Practice or management conduct as a test of good management theory. Existing difficulties of developing useful management theories in Nigeria and other developing countries. Consideration of simple theories of management from the classical to modern times. For instance, the scientific managements movement, and the managerial behavior movement. Theory X and Theory Y. The Grid Approach. Participative models. Management by objectives, Quantitative and behavior control models. Testing specific theories and models in Nigerian socio-cultural experiences of managing extended family issue, to settling group conflicts, of securing productivity at work, of maintaining control over the forces in the environment. Theories observable in the way Nigeria parastatals are being managed. Expatriate management approaches to work in Nigerian organizations. The confluence of management behavior in Nigeria. Criteria for locating bad management practices, and ideas of how better management theories may be introduced to particular Nigerian organizations.

  • Organization and management of sales department, sales planning, forecasting, and analysis. Selection, training, motivation, compensation and control of sales force.

  • The comparative approach to management and administration. Elements of management and administration. The skills of management in private and public sectors. The military administrator, the civil servant, the manager, as interchangeable experts. Constraints of organizational setting on the management of group activities. Profiles of Nigeria executives that have moved from public to private sectors, and vice versa. The use of management technique in public administration. Nigeria experiences in modernizing the management of public corporations. The use of management consultant and management contracts in streamlining the operations of Nigeria railways, Nigeria Port Authority, Nigeria Airways, and the Nigeria National Petroleum Corporation. Theories of comparative administration. Theories of comparative management. Constraints imposed on managerial discretion in public corporations, a human resources management model that meet the needs of private and public sectors. Selected problems in comparative management and administration Motivating
    personnel; controlling performance; rewards; performance training; and developing staff, introduction to change; and modifying employee behavior. An inventory of practice that could be useful transferred between public and business organizations in Nigeria. The change agent role of Nigerian professionals
    in undertaking comparative management and administration research.

  • Organic business functions of marketing, production, finance, and personnel in Nigeria. Management process of corporate planning, budgeting and control, business performance appraisal, managing by objectives, motivating group and individual efforts, and generally relating an organization to the changes taking place in the environment. Predicting the dynamic environment. Anticipating the impact of environmental changes on strategies and performance of a affirm. Analysis of the role of employee and managerial behavior in the success or failure of strategy implementation. Problem of matching organization with strategy, and introducing change in the way members of the firm executive given tasks. The issues of learning and unlearning in the interest of adjusting strategies and policies to a firm's performance experience. Strategy in the functional areas. Determining the markets and marketing strategies for Nigerian firms and Products. Research and Development strategy in Nigeria. Production and Procurement strategies. Personnel and Industrial Relations strategy in Nigeria. The design of financial strategies and policies. Behavioural and structural strategies for implementing chosen business strategies Integrated analysis. Recent developments affecting the strategy formulation and implementation processes of firms in Nigeria.

  • System of industrial relations, Subtractive rules, Procedural rules and Disciplinary rules. Trade unions their origins, purpose, structure and government. Theories of Trade Unionism. Employers associations their objectives, structure, function, benefit to members. Nigeria employers consultative association
    (NECA). Collective bargaining its theories, structure, procedures, subject styles and third party involvement. Protective labour legislations, labour decrees. Strikes and industrial conflicts. Incomes' policy. Payment systems. Productive bargaining. International comparisons of industrial relations.

  • Course Objectives
    As a follow-up to the course on Analysis for Business Decision I, this course is designed to help students in understanding and applying some of the techniques of OR in solving a series of management problems.

  • PROMOTION

    This course is to provide the students with basic insight into the knowledge of the promotion process. It is also expected to generate through processes, in relation to day-to-day problems of being more efficient in the promotion of products to uncertain and unstable markets. It will also review the policies and ethics of promotion.

  • This course deals with relationships between variables. The basic algebraic functions the Straight Line, the Conic Sections and Transcendental a Functions Trigonometric, Logarithmic and Exponential Functions are to be thoroughly treated. The student is further introduced to Differentiation and Integration involving the Basic Functions.

  • The field of Business Administration. Concepts of management, managers, authority, responsibility, accountability and administration. Organic business functions. What managers and top administrators do in organizations. Managing the total Organisation; using the systems approach organization as
    open social systems. Examples of manufacturing, services and agricultural business units as systems of inputs, transformation processes, outputs, and feedback. The management process. The functions performed by managers in organizations; their rationale, and their limits in controlling business
    activities and behavior. Setting objective Planning, Organising resources; Controlling and coordinating activities. Directing, Innovating, Motivating personnel. Staffing; Providing leadership by reducing or preventing uncertainty; making decisions. Management techniques observable in Nigerian Organisations. New concepts of management that may be applied in Nigeria. Measuring the performance of Organisations. Making changes in existing parastatals and Business establishments in Nigeria.

  • This course is intended primarily to introduce students to mathematical reasoning; substituting symbols for verbal statements; some basic concepts and operations are further introduced that will be required for Course II of Mathematics for Business. These include the concepts and manipulations of
    sets, real and imaginary numbers, vectors, matrices and determinants. Mathematical and Symbolic Logic: Inductive and deductive systems. Concepts of sets: Mappings and transformation: Introduction to complex numbers: Introduction to vectors: Matrixes and Determinants.

  • FBA110 Mathematics I

  • PSY100 Introduction To Psychology

  • PSC101 Elements of Government

  • PAD121  Introduction To Public Administration

  • PAD114 Introduction To International Relations

  • HIS112 Introduction to Economic History

  • GST105 Use of English

  • SOC111 Introduction to Sociology

  • GRY107 World Economics I

  • Elementary presentation of microeconomic theory.

  • Elementary treatment of Macroeconomic Theory which includes the following topics: the Circular flow of Income and system of National Income Accounting; Basic Keynesian model and National Income determination; Consumption, Savings and Investment functions; fiscal and monetary policy; trade, balance of payments, inflation unemployment, growth and development.

  • History and development of computer technology. The why and how of computers. Computer types analog, digital and hybrid, central processing unit, input/output information. Data preparation equipments: keypunch, sorter, etc. Data transmission: nature, speed and error detection. Datacapture and validation including error reduction. Systems analysis and design: the programming process: problem definition, flowcharting and decision table. Introduction to Basic Programming data types constants and variables. Statement types Assignment states, input-output statement, Control statements.

  • FIN320 Business Finance II

  • FIN310 Business Finance I

  • Concepts of “Openness” in Distance Education. Open Distance Education: Definition, Terminology, Justification, Mass Media Typology, Historical Development (generations). Major issues in Open Distance Education practice. Problems of Isolation, Choice of Technology, Learning platform and course ware for different clientele groups. Communication and Feedback. Mode of Evaluation, Quality Assurance and Certification, etc. Correspondence education theory and practice. Electronics learning

  • Overview of origin and development of adult education in West Africa. Adult psychology, sociology and physiology of adult education, the issue of rapid change, knowledge explosion and obsolescence. Coping with learning in adult years.

  • Nature of Statistics, Statistical enquiries, Forms and Design. The Role of Statistics, basic Concepts in Statistics, Discrete and Continuous variables; Functional a Relationships, Source of Data, Methods of Collecting Primary Data. Presentation of Statistical a Data, Measures of Central a Tendency; Measures of Dispersion, Moments, Skewness and Kurtosis; Elementary Probability Distribution: Normal, Binomial, Poisson and hyper-geometric.

  • Accounting for specialized Transactions Joint Ventures, hire purchase, goods and sales or return royalties, containers, consignments, investments and securities, Bill of Exchange and pension fund. Accounting for Banks and Insurance industries, with special reference to relevant legislations.
    Interpretation of financial statements ratio analysis, analysis of working capital and statements of the sources and application of funds and cash flows; and objectives of disclosure.

  • Business Taxation Computation of tax. Loss relief and capital allowances (including change of date of reporting, change of fiscal year, and loss of office) with particular reference to companies. Relief for small companies and pioneer companies. Capital transfer tax transfer inter viva and transfer on death, and computation of transfer tax: Capital Gains Tax as affecting companies; re-organization, merger, takeover, closed companies, disposal assets directly or indirectly Computation of Capital Gains Tax and deductions allowed, valuation of assets. Replacements of business assets (roll-over relief). Petroleum profit tax; Taxation of overseas activities corporate and individuals' tax implication of overseas investments. The treatment of tax branch/subsidiary accompanies. Repatriation of funds and tax implication, dividends, double taxation. Current issues on taxation Nigerian Institute of Taxation, etc.

  • Introduction to and fundamentals of Data Processing brief history and conventional data processing methods: Manual methods and mechanized methods. Classification of systems anti their relative merits. Closed loop and open loop systems: effect on time-lags, the total system approach and objective; total system and sub-systems. Data Processing and Management Information Systems (MIS) organization of MIS including the use of mechanical and electronic accounting machines, flow charting and the principle of system design and documentation. Managerial uses of the information output as a basis of developing criteria systems. Information needs of management and design of MIS Computer and data processing evolution of the computer and the computer systems, input, output and central processing unit. Hardware and software. Introduction to common computer programming languages used in business (COBOL, FORTRAN, SPSS, etc.). Electronic Data Processing (EDP) methods; batch processing real-time processing and the management of EDP. Business system hierarchical structure of organizations; the sub-optimisation issue.

  • The provision of Company Act of 1968 as they affect the auditor. Advanced Auditing Procedures internal control procedures, organization structures, separation of duties and responsibilities, authorization procedures, physical controls and suitability of personnel, revenue; purchases; inventories and cash cycles; cut-off procedures, sampling and statistical techniques, system designs and audit considerations. Audit Policy Audit of group accounts overseas subsidiaries; Assessments of materiality and application of judgement in materials to be disclosed. The post-audit client review. The audit of account of solicitors and charitable and other non=profit oriented undertakings, Auditing of computer-based accounting. The study and evaluation of internal control system EDP Flow charting, Attributable sampling; Statistical sampling in performing the audit, use of specialists, investigation Investigations of clients prior to investment in or acquisition of a business. Prospectus investigation; special investigations and reports.

  • Introduction to Public distinction between Public sectors, basic accounting for not-for-profit (NFP) Organisations. Unique characteristics of NFP, classification of NFP, basic characteristics governmental accounting. Structure of governmental accounting in Nigeria, the treasury, audit department consolidated revenue fund, capital and development fund. Financial accounting and analysis use of self accounting system, fund accounting system and standardized uniform of transaction. Decision making and planning and control of public funds application to costing methods, budgeting processes, the use of Audit Department Accounting for local government, educational and health institutions, planning, programming and budgeting system (PPBS). Recent developments and issues in public sector implication of Nigeria's membership in ECOWAS, effect of restructuring public sectors, etc.

  • The application of statistical techniques for the presentation of accounting information. Accounting reports for boards of directors, higher executive and external uses. Information for Decision making. Elements of decision making; Cosy concepts and decisions: Use, meaning and measurement of relevant costs; optimization with limiting factors, idle capacity. Applications of decision making techniques; adoption of new products; product mix; alternative methods of manufacture, discontinuing products lines, make or buy; sell or process further shut down and temporary closure. Application of quantitative techniques such as: probability theory statistical methods, least squares; standard deviation; linear programming, inventory model, learning curves, to management accounting. Performance evaluation and control; measurement of divisional comparisons, performance measurements including the residual income, transfer pricing method.

  • The nature and purpose of an audit. The role of the auditor internal auditor internal audit, external audit, reporting responsibilities, appointment, dismissal, resignation. The concepts of 'true and fair', “independence of auditor”. Relationship of auditors to directors, shareholders and other financial statement users. Audit planning-Initial a review of accounting system, evaluation of internal control system and procedures, development of an audit programme. Audit Procedures Vouching of accounts, Verification of assets, sampling techniques, flowcharting, stocking procedures letter of representation; The audit report statutory requirement for audit report (Companies Act 1968). Types of audit report, professional requirements, Duties and power under statute and case law, independence and ethical consideration.

  • The nature and role of accounting theory. A brief history of the development of the accounting theory. Types of methodology of accounting theory. The regulatory framework and the impact of Government on the development of accounting theory the accounting Profession, generally accepted accounting principles, Companies Acts, Stock Exchange Commission, etc. Accounting concepts a review of their evolution, implication, conflicts and possible alternatives. The measurement of periodic net income net income concepts, revenue and expenses, gains and losses (including extra ordinary items), criticisms: of reported net income and the problem of net income measurement. The measurement of
    capital. The balance sheet: valuation of assets and liabilities. The impact of price: level changes on financial statements and methods of accounting. Social responsibility accounting Corporate social responsibility. Human resources accounting. The current issues in the development of accounting theory the work of Standard setting bodies (Local and International).

  • The nature and objective of Management Accounting. The preparation interpretation and presentation of business budget, forecasts and other advanced forms of cost accounts in aid of Management. Budgets and Budgetary Control, to include Short and Long term budgeting, relationship
    between budgets and Standard Costing. Preparation of budgets of various types. Types of standard and significance and analysis of causes of variances. Behavioural considerations with reference to known authoritative works. Participation, negation, budgetary slack, feedback. A review of process costing, product including joint and by-products and their application decision-making situations. An introduction to investment decision making; returns on capital employed and the payback period, basic discounting techniques Internal rate of returns and net present value. Cost-Volume-Profit Analysis; different models.

  • Outline of Nigerian system of income Tax administration: structure and procedures, returns, assessment, appeal, postponement, collection with reference to all necessary legislation. Distinction between the taxation of income and the taxation of capital. Personal Income Tax: The law and practice of income tax relating to individuals, exempting, treatments of losses. Computation and accessable income commencement and cessation of trade or business. Company Tax: The principles and scope of company tax. The small company provisions including definitions, computations and exemption.

  • Company Account: Formation, issue and redemption of shares and debentures, final accounts, merging, amalgamation, absorption, etc., including statutory requirements of company accounts in respect of each area. Advanced Partnership accounts: Admission, retirement, dissolution, charge of interest, including the treatment of goodwill on admission/retirement, conversion of partnership to limited companies, amalgamation of partnerships. Departmental and Branch accounts (Home and foreign branches). Introduction to interpretation of accounts for financial statement analysis, funds flow statements.

  • A review of the history, principles and objectives...

  • GST201 General African Studies II

  • IRP210 Foundation of Industrial Relations

  • business mathematics bus 210

  • BUS210 is Business Mathematics 1 for year one students

  • This course is for Science Education students

  • GAS201 General African Studies

  • You are welcome to Entrepreneurial Studies GST 307 course. It is a general university wide course that intends to prepare you for how to be self reliant in the midst of high unemployment. This course is expected to inspire you to think more on how to create a venture instead of applying to an existing venture for a job opportunity. This course will stimulate your thinking irrespective of your discipline to identify opportunities within your chosen field of study or other areas of interest.

    This course is divided into three modules of twelve study session written in simple clear language. You need an average of three hours of study for each study session. You have in-text questions that will test your comprehension of the various sections of the course text, while at the end of each module, you also have a number of self assessment questions that serve as self evaluation to enable you follow your learning experience. You can also have a deeper grapse of the course by getting hold of one or more books suggested for further readings after each of the study session.

    This course will familiarise you with the concepts of entrepreneurship, entrepreneurs, entrepreneurial characteristics and motivation, scanning and analyzing business environment, creativity and innovation in entrepreneurship, forms of business ownership, teamwork and group dynamics sources of funds, writting business plans and feasibilty study, role of entrepreneurship and economic developmen. By the time you have completed this course, you will have become better either as employer of labour/business owner or as a creative and innovative manager within an existing organization.

  • You are welcome to Entrepreneurial Studies GST 307 course. It is a general university wide course that intends to prepare you for how to be self reliant in the midst of high unemployment. This course is expected to inspire you to think more on how to create a venture instead of applying to an existing venture for a job opportunity. This course will stimulate your thinking irrespective of your discipline to identify opportunities within your chosen field of study or other areas of interest.

    This course is divided into three modules of twelve study session written in simple clear language. You need an average of three hours of study for each study session. You have in-text questions that will test your comprehension of the various sections of the course text, while at the end of each module, you also have a number of self assessment questions that serve as self evaluation to enable you follow your learning experience. You can also have a deeper grapse of the course by getting hold of one or more books suggested for further readings after each of the study session.

    This course will familiarise you with the concepts of entrepreneurship, entrepreneurs, entrepreneurial characteristics and motivation, scanning and analyzing business environment, creativity and innovation in entrepreneurship, forms of business ownership, teamwork and group dynamics sources of funds, writting business plans and feasibilty study, role of entrepreneurship and economic developmen. By the time you have completed this course, you will have become better either as employer of labour/business owner or as a creative and innovative manager within an existing organization.

  • POL101 Introduction to Political Science

  • This course is a general introduction to Educational Technology. It is a survey course that helps students to understand the use of educational media and instructional materials.

  • GST102 Introduction to Philosophy and Logic

  • Research Seminar


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