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  1. ACC112 – Introduction to Accounting 2

    Mr. Evbota Cephas Imuentinyan

    INTRODUCTION TO CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK FOR FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING, Definition,Who is an accountant, Accounting information, Users of accounting information, Characteristic of accounting information.

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  2. ACC212 – Introduction to Cost and Management Accounting

    AUSTIN O. AMUGHORO

    Course objectives: Students should be able to differentiate between cost and management accounting; Students should be able to prepare cost information for various types of business; Students must be able to explain various cost concepts as well as classification; Students must be able to explain the break even analysis.

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  3. ACC213 – Introduction to Financial Accounting

    AUSTIN O. AMUGHORO

    COURSE OUTLINE: Consignment Account; Royalty Account; Hire Purchase Account; Departmental Account; Branch Account; Joint Venture Account.A review of history principles and objectives (in terms of users) of Cost Accounting (information). Preparation and presentation of Cost Accounting information for various users and levels of management as well as various types of businesses.

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  4. ACC215 – Application to Computer

    Ogeh C. O.

    APPLICATION TO COMPUTER: This is a further appreciation course in computer application to management decision making. The course exposes the students to the computerization of businesses and organizations, the information needs at the various level of an organization and the analysis and design of a system.

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  5. ACC226 – Auditing 1

    ADELEGAN OLUYOMI MICHAEL

    This course, Auditing 1 will present an opportunity for students to learn the rudiment of auditing. Students will also be able to appreciate the fundamental principles of auditing and applicable auditing standards in Nigeria. Students would be kept abreast with the knowledge of relevant code of ethics in line with global best practice that guide the professional conduct of auditors in carrying their audit engagement and the concept of audit independence.

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  6. ACC326 – Forensic Accounting

    Dr: Nosakhare Peter Osazuwa

    COURSE OUTLINE: INTRODUCTION TO FORENSIC ACCOUNTANT: Definition, Qualities of a forensic accountant, Application of forensic accounting, Key areas in forensic accounting, Differences between forensic auditor and external auditor

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  7. ACC328 – Public Sector Accounting 1

    Dr: Nosakhare Peter Osazuwa

    COURSE OUTLINE: INTRODUCTION TO PUBLIC SECTOR ACCOUNTING: Definition of public sector accounting, Purpose of public sector accounting, Users of public sector accounting information, Differences between public sector accounting and private sector accounting, Regulatory framework for public sector accounting.

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  8. BCH201 – General Biochemistry 1

    Alegun Olaniyi

    COURSE OBJECTIVES: At the end of the lecture the student should be able to; Describe the three processes of isolation i.e. homogenization, fractionation and differential centrifugation; List at least three methods of purifying isolated proteins; List at least three methods of identifying purified isolates; Solve simple calculations involving pH and pKa values; Should be able to derive the Hender-Hasselbalch equation.

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  9. BCH202 – GENERAL BIOCHEMISTRY 2

    EBOHON OSAMUDIAMEN

    COURSE OBJECTIVES: At the end of the lecture, the student should be able to: Discuss clearly hydrogenation and its applications. List and explain at least three factors affecting oxidative stability. List and explain the methods used in assessing the quality of lipids. Have clear understanding of eicosanoids. Discuss the synthesis and regulation of eicosanoids.

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  10. BCH204 – FUNCTIONAL BIOCHEMISTRY 2

    MR. FRANCIS IRABOR

    COURSE OBJECTIVES: At the end of the lecture, the student should be able to: Classify amino acids according to the chemical nature of their side chains, Discuss steps involved in the digestion of protein in the gastrointestinal tract, Discuss the concept of nitrogen balance, Discuss cellular strategies of deamination, Discuss the fate of carbon skeleton of deaminated amino acids, Mechanisms of NH3 transport in the body, Significance of urea cycle

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  11. BCH306 – Food and Nutrition Biochemistry

    Akpovona, E. Ambrose

    COURSE SUMMARY: Food and Nutritional Biochemistry is the branch of biochemistry that explains the meaning and composition of food. It examines food from the point they are obtained from their sources (crops and animals) to the point where they are processed (converted to other forms). The course also examines the methods of food storage especially of our local harvests (Nigeria and West Africa in extension) and what ways these can be processed to increase storage life. It examines food at macro and micro level, and how the constituents of food could be determined proximately using standard approved methods, analysis that are done to identify adulteration of food substances.

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  12. BCH311 – Clinical Biochemistry

    Philip Ifesinachi Anochie

    COURSE OUTLINE:The biochemical basis of laboratory test of clinical significance: routine tests of urine, blood, renal function, electrolyte balance, liver function and endocrine function tests; haemoglobinopathies; coagulation defects.

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  13. BCH311 – Clinical Biochemistry

    Philip Ifesinachi Anochie

    COURSE OUTLINE:The biochemical basis of laboratory test of clinical significance: routine tests of urine, blood, renal function, electrolyte balance, liver function and endocrine function tests; haemoglobinopathies; coagulation defects.

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  14. BCH316 – PLANT BIOCHEMISTRY

    EBOHON OSAMUDIAMEN

    COURSE OBJECTIVES: At the end of the lecture, the student should be able to: Discuss clearly alkaloids and its uses. Discuss flavonoids and its uses. Have broad understanding of carotenoid pigments. Write clearly on the synthesis and regulation of carotenoid pigments. Have clear understanding of unusual amino acids as well as nucleotides and nucleosides in plants.

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  15. BFN222 – Elements of Banking

    Vincent Akpotor

    At the end of this course students should be able to: Make a general overview and explain the evolution, origin and growth of banking Institutions in Nigeria; Explain the origin and functions of the Central Bank of Nigeria; The importance of savings and investment in the economy; Explain the importance of the money to the Nigerian economy; Explain the lending process and the importance of lending; the origin and functions of the bankers institute.

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  16. BFN224 – Introduction To Finance

    Vincent Akpotor

    Objectives: The course introduces students to the foundational aspect of finance and its relationship with business.

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  17. BFN226 – Investment Management

    Vincent Akpotor

    Objectives: The course is to inculcate an understanding of The concept of International Business; Real or pure trade and investment; Monetary or financial theory of trade; Classical Trade Theory: Introduction, Theory of comparative advantage, The Assumptions of classical Trade Theory, Theory of Absolute Advantage.

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  18. BFN228 – The Nigerian Financial System

    Vincent Akpotor

    Objectives: The course is to inculcate an understanding of the relationship between the financial and non-financial sector of the Nigerian economy. The nature and functions of different types of financial institutions that intermediate in the economy.

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  19. BFN311 – Practice of Banking

    Vincent Akpotor

    Objectives: What is a bank? What is a commercial bank? What is a Merchant bank? What is a Development Bank? And what is a Central bank?

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  20. BFN313 – Monetary Theory And Policy

    Vincent Akpotor

    Objectives: The course is To further broaden the students knowledge on the working and structure of financial systems and markets, The roles of financial institutions and markets, Policy that determine money supply and demand, Monetary policy objectives as well as techniques, Determination of interest rate and prices, International liquidity adjustment process.

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  21. BFN315 – Universal Banking

    Vincent Akpotor

    Objectives: The student is expected to comprehend the legal and regulations of the universal baking system. A clear distinguishing features of institutions which a banking group can assume i.e. merchant, commercial, mortgage, insurance, mutual fund unit trust, pension funds etc.

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  22. BIO002 – Invertebrate Biology

    Imoni Cletus

    COURSE OUTLINE: At the end of the lecture the student should be able to: Classify the invertebrates into the various phyla with suitable examples of each. Describe the general features and adaptations of each phyla. Describe the life cycles of each phyla

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  23. BIO102 – General Biology 2

    Aihiokhai Mark Ohioghie

    COURSE OUTLINE: This course is designed primarily for 100level students in biological sciences, agricultural sciences, environmental sciences and computer sciences. Topics to be covered will include a generalized survey of the plant and animal kingdoms based mainly on the study of similarities and differences in the external features, ecological adaptation of these forms.

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  24. BIO202 – Introductory Ecology

    Imoni Cletus

    COURSE OUTLINE: Concept and definition of ecosystem; ecology at community level; ecological classification of habitat types. Terrestrial and aquatic biomass, specific features of each biotic components of habitat. Natural destruction factors of communities; success of community interaction. Natural cycle; dynamics of population. Nigerian vegetation: Desert and semi-desert.

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  25. BIO205 – Biological Techniques

    Imoni Cletus

    COURSE OUTLINE: Microscopy: preparation of microscope slides; biological illustrations; microtomy; colorimetry; photometry; cytological techniques; chromatography. Collection and preservation of biological specimens; Herbarium techniques; Laboratory experiments

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  26. BIO205 – Biological Techniques

    ODIBO, Oghenekome Ewomazino

    COURSE OUTLINE: Concept and definition of ecosystem; ecology at community level; ecological classification of habitat types. Terrestrial and aquatic biomass, specific features of each biotic components of habitat. Natural destruction factors of communities; success of community interaction. Natural cycle; dynamics of population. Nigerian vegetation: Desert and semi-desert.

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  27. BOT202 – Seedless Plants

    Aihiokhai Mark Ohioghie

    COURSE OUTLINE: This course is designed primarily for students in biology and other biology related disciplines. History and importance of plant classification. Outline of plant classification. Diagnostic Features, Morphology and Biology of Viruses, Bacteria, the major classes of Fungi, Algae, Lichen, Bryophytes and Pteridophytes and their economic importance.

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  28. BOT202 – Seedless Plants

    Aihiokhai Mark Ohioghie

    COURSE OBJECTIVES: The objectives of this course are to: build up the knowledge of the students in the area of seedless plants and their classifications; describe algae and their basic types; compare the morphology of the different forms of seedless plants; describe fungi, bryophytes and pteridophytes stating their morphology, means of reproduction special features and life cycles.

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  29. BUS102 – Elements of Management

    Vincent Akpotor

    PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT: What do you understand by the concept of business environment?; Discuss 5 elements of micro-environment; What is your understanding of the term Leadership?; explain the types of leadership styles known to you.

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  30. BUS111 – Introduction to Business

    Dr. Ernest Chukwuka

    At the completion of this course, students should be able to: Understand clearly the meaning of Business; Understand clearly why they should study business; Analyse different types of business Organizations; Ascertain Entrepreneurship opportunities, functions and procedures as well as features of small business; Understand clearly the concept of business communications, Marketing environment and cooperative society; Understand clearly the various causes of business failures and how to avoid it.

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  31. BUS217 – Business Statistic 1

    Ikechukwu Otaide

    Objectives: : At the end of this course students should be able to do the following: Understand the Nature of Statistics, Statistical inquiries, forms and design; Understand the Role of Statistics, Basic Concepts in Statistics, Sources of data and their Methods of collection; Present Statistical data, Measure Central tendency and dispersion; Find the Moments, Skewness and Kurtosis of a distribution.

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  32. BUS226 – Business Statistics 2

    Ikechukwu Otaide

    Objectives:At the end of this course students should be able to do the following: Understand Elementary probability distribution; Understand Elementary Sampling theory, Estimation theory, Student’s distribution; Solve problems on Statistical decision theory, Test for small and large Samples; Solve problems involving Chi-square distribution and test of goodness of fit; Linear regression, Correlation theory and Time Series.

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  33. CHM101 – General Chemistry

    Otache Monday Abel

    COURSE OUTLINE: CHEM 101 is a course that deals with the systematic treatment of the fundamental laws and theories of chemistry and their applications. Introduces fundamental concepts of atomic theory, periodic properties of the elements, chemical bonding, molecules and compounds, states of matter and intermolecular forces, thermodynamics, solution chemistry, and chemical equilibrium, including equilibrium of aqueous solubility and acid-base reactions.

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  34. CHM102 – General Chemistry 2

    Otache Monday Abel

    COURSE OUTLINE: Emphasizes experimental and theoretical aspects of inorganic, organic, and biological chemistry. This course introduces organic chemistry and is designed for students pursuing health professions. Topics include nomenclature, bonding, isomerization, reaction mechanisms, and instrumental methods of interpreting aliphatic and aromatic compounds as well as the structure and reactions of carbohydrates, proteins, lipids, nucleic acids, enzymes, and metabolic functions.

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  35. CHM202 – Organic Chemistry 2

    Otache Monday Abel

    COURSE OUTLINE:This course explains the concept of organic chemistry which provides the needed foundation for the understanding of organic reactions. Beginning with how the structure of a compound affects its physical properties, it goes into the structural basis for free radical, nucleophilic and electrophilic substitution reactions. Aromaticity, Elimination condensation reactions and some named organic reactions will be tackled.

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  36. CHM210 – General Chemistry 2

    MR. FRANCIS IRABOR

    COURSE OBJECTIVES: At the end of the lecture, the student should be able to: Classify amino acids based on the nature of R-group, Discuss the synthesis of a physiologically significant peptide, Discuss the levels of structural organization of proteins, Discuss the effect of heat on proteins.

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  37. CSC102 – Introduction To Problem Solving

    Ogeh C. O.

    COMPUTER HARDWARE: This course introduces students to the rudiments of problem solving using algorithms, flowcharts and programs (codes). It introduces problem definition, facts finding methods about a problem, use of algorithm and pseudocodes and implementation of solutions using a programming language.

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  38. CSC204 – Computer Hardware

    Ogeh C. O.

    COMPUTER HARDWARE: This course exposes the physical parts of the computer to student. This includes the basic electronic components such as diodes, diode arrays, peripheral interface Adapters (PIAs), Integrated Circuits and their uses. It also explains the memory of computer which includes primary and secondary memory. It also covers the operations of peripheral devices like the printers, keyboards etc.

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  39. CSC205 – Discrete Structure

    Anoemuah Rosemary

    By the end of this course, students should be able to: describe set; identify and describe set notations and operations; identify and describe relations and its properties; identify and describe functions and its types; identify and apply POSET, Lattices and Boolean algebra; work with Logic and basic graph theorems; work with matrices, and vectors applications; use application of counting

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  40. CSC206 – Foundations Of Sequential Program

    Anoemuah, Rosemary Aruorezi

    Foundations Of Sequential Program: Basic Machine architecture; Machine language, assembly language and assemblers, low/high level languages (Machine-level implementation of high-level language); Variables, memory allocation (Variables and data representation); Control structures; Procedures and procedure calls; Scopes, closures (scopes and nesting, closures and objects); Regular languages, scanning (Architecture of a compiler. Syntax vs. semantics. Introduction to formal languages. Regular languages, regular expressions and finite state machines)

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  41. CSC209 – Application Of Computer In Sciences

    Anoemuah, Rosemary Aruorezi

    Introduction: Computer Literacy entails having knowledge and understanding of computers and its uses. As computers become an increasingly important part of daily living, many people believe that computer literacy is vital to success. You may interact directly with computers in fields such as education, finance, government, health care, science, publishing, travel and industry. Computers are now a primary means of communication for all types of people. People in today’s modern world use computers for different reasons.

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  42. CSC222 – Operating System (Windows Application)

    Anoemuah, Rosemary Aruorezi

    Objectives: At the end of the course, students should be able to: Explain the meaning of Operating System; List at least four(4) advantages and disadvantages of Operating System; Outline the functions of Operating System; Explain Assemblers, compilers and interpreters; Explain Batch processing, Real time processing, Time sharing processing, multi-processing.

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  43. CSC302 – COMPILER CONSTRUCTION 1

    OBIENU, Anayochukwu Chukwunonso

    COURSE DESCRIPTION: The course introduces the students to the operation of a modern compiler that translates code in a programming language into machine code. Special emphasis is placed on the actual construction of a compiler. Modern compilers operate in three passes. These are front-end, middle end and back end. Given a program written in a programming language, the front end carries out syntax analysis of input program. The middle end performs code optimization so that the eventual executable program will require less memory and will be efficient at runtime.

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  44. CSC303 – Object Oriented Programming

    Anoemuah Rosemary

    Learning objectives: By the end of this course, students should be able to:  justify the philosophy of object-oriented design and the basic concepts of object oriented programming such as encapsulation,abstraction, inheritance, and polymorphism; design, implement, test, and debug simple programs in an object-oriented programming language; describe how the class mechanism supports the concepts of OOP; design, implement, and test the implementation of “is-a” relationships among objects using a class hierarchy and inheritance; Explain the relationship between the static structure of the class and the dynamic structure of the instances of the class.

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  45. CSC307 – Computer Architecture and Organisation 1

    Ogeh C. O.

    COMPUTER ARCHITECTURE AND ORGANIZATION: This course is the first part of an entire course in Computer Architecture and organization which introduces the students to the course for a better understanding of the second part of the course. It exposes the students to the structure and organization of both the hardware and software components of the computer.

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  46. CSC308 – Algorithms And Complexity Analysis

    Anoemuah, Rosemary Aruorezi

    Introduction: This course applies design and analysis techniques to numeric and nonnumeric algorithms which act on data structures. Design is emphasized so that the student will be able to develop new algorithms. Analysis of algorithms is concerned with the resources an algorithm must use to reach a solution. Only theoretical techniques of analysis are covered.

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  47. CSC309 – Data Management 1

    Ogeh C. O.

    DATA MANAGEMENT: This course is an introduction to a course in Database management systems. It explains data management concepts as it relates to a real world concepts. It defines a database, data management system models and tools. It also exposes the students to query languages.

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  48. CSC310 – SYSTEM ANALYSIS AND DESIGN

    EJODAMEN Pius Uagbae

    COURSE OBJECTIVES: System Analysis and Design introduces students to basic skills and techniques required for analyzing a system. It also equips them with adequate knowledge to design, develop and implement a new system that meets the needs of users. The course is designed to provide tools that will enhance the student’s decision making.

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  49. CSC311 – Survey of Programming Languages

    Anoemuah Rosemary

    Involves the formal study of programming languages, specification, and analysis in terms of data types and structures.

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  50. CSC312 – Formal Methods And Software

    Anoemuah, Rosemary Aruorezi

    Learning Objectives: By the end of this course, Students should be conversant with the primary current approaches to formal methods and their use in software development. Students should be familiar with the examples typically used in research papers (e.g., gas station, elevator, cruise control, alarm clock). Students should also be aware of the major open problems in the use of formal methods in software engineering and software architectures, such that research within this domain would be a natural follow-on to this course.

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  51. CSC316 – Theory Of Computing

    Anoemuah, Rosemary Aruorezi

    Course Content: Automata theory: Roles of models in computation Finite state Automata, Push-down Automata, Formal Grammars, Parsing, Relative powers of formal models. Basic computability: Turing machines, Universal Turing Machines, Church’s thesis, solvability and decidability.

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  52. CSC323 – Desktop Publishing

    Anoemuah, Rosemary Aruorezi

    Course Content: Explanation of the concept of DTP; Advantages and problems of DTP; Equipment required for DTP; What can you publish?; Methods of design, composing and production; Use of DTP applications software (Coreldraw, Pagemaker, MS-Publisher etc).

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  53. CSC407 – ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE

    EJODAMEN Pius Uagbae

    AIM OF COURSE: The aim of this course is to expose learners to the various application areas of Artificial Intelligence including machine learning and natural language processing.

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  54. ECN111 – Principles of Economics 1

    Ahuru Rolle Remi

    Objective of the Course: This is essentially an introductory course on the Macroeconomics aspects of Economic Theory. Topics covered include the subject matter of Economics and Basic Economics problems; National Income Accounting including Elementary models of Income and Employment, Money and Banking, Employment and Unemployment, Public finance including government Budgets, International trade, Balance of Payments and Commercial Policies and Development Planning.

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  55. ECN111 – Principles of Economics 2

    Ahuru Rolle Remi

    Objective of the Course: The topics to under this course includes: Simultaneous linear equations, difference equations, input output analysis and linear programming.

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  56. ECN211 – Introduction to Microeconomics 1

    Ahuru Rolle Remi

    Objective of the Course: The course builds on Microeconomics at the intermediate level. Topics under this course include theory of consumer behaviour, utility approach, indifference curve approaches, the theory of the firm and theory of costs and theory of income distribution.

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  57. ECN212 – Introduction to Microeconomics 2

    Ahuru Rolle Remi

    Objective of the Course: Mathematical analysis of basic theories of economics, linear algebra, matrix algebra, inverse matrix; partial differentiation, integral calculus and their Economic applications.

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  58. ECN213 – Introduction To Macroeconomic 1

    Prof. Dicta O. Ogisi

    COURSE OUTLINE: Nature of Macro Economics; Macro-Economic Goals; Instruments of Macro Economic Policy; National Income Accounting; Circular Flow of Income; National Income and Economic Welfare; Consumption; Investment; Employment (Unemployment * Fullemployment)

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  59. ECN214 – Introduction To Macroeconomics 2

    Prof. Dicta O. Ogisi

    COURSE OUTLINE: OVERVIEW OF MACROECONOMICS: Definition, Areas covered in Macroeconomics, Macroeconomic Goals, Instruments of Macroeconomic Policy. MONEY, BANKING AND MONEY MARKET: Definition and Concept of Money, History/Evolution of Money, Functions of Money, Characteristics of Money/Legal Tender, Development of Banking/Financial Institutions, Services provider by Banks/financial Institutions, Commercial banks Functions, Central Bank and its Function, Motives of demand for Money, Money Supply, Equilibrium in the Money Market.

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  60. ECN317 – Introduction to Econometrics 1

    Ahuru Rolle Remi

    Objective of the Course:The objective of this course is to expose students to the mechanics of regression. The study is expected to understand the meaning of economic models and how they are specified. The use of various techniques such as ordinary least square in estimating models is pertinent to this course.

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  61. ECN319 – PROJECT EVALUATION

    Prof. Dicta O. Ogisi

    COURSE OUTLINE: Project Concept Definition of Project. Characteristics of a Project. Types and Nature of Projects. Advantages of Projects. Plans, Programmes and Projects.

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  62. ECN323 – INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS 1

    Prof. Dicta O. Ogisi

    COURSE OUTLINE: Overview and Definitions of International Economics and Concepts; International Trade. International Finance. Balance of Payments. Capital Flows.

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  63. ECN325 – Introduction to Public Sector Economics 1

    Ahuru Rolle Remi

    Objective of the Course: The concept of the public sector is examined and the pricing, investment and financing of public sector enterprises discussed. The role of the public sector and economic development is examined as well analysis of selected public policies; special attention will be paid to the public service in Nigeria.

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  64. ECN328 – Public Sector Economics

    DR (MRS) DANIA EVELYN NDIDI

    Objective of the Course: Public Expenditure: Growth and Its Determinants, Exhaustive Public Expenditure, Transfer Payments, Macro-Models of Public Expenditure Growth, Development Models of Public Expenditure Growth, Wagner’s Law, Peacock and Wiseman’s Analysis, Micro-economic Model of Public Expenditure Growth, Determination of the Level of Public Sector Outputs, Service Environment, The Population Change, Public Expenditure Growth on Transfer Payment, Inefficiency of the Bureaucracy .

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  65. ECN332 – RESEARCH METHODS

    Prof. Dicta O. Ogisi

    COURSE OUTLINE: Introduction to Research Methods, Operationalization and Measurement of Variables, Data requirements for Research, Field work and Data Collection, Hypothesis Testing, Methods of Data Analysis, Statistical Applications, Presentation and Discussion of Results, Writing the Research Report.

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  66. General practical biology

    ODIBO, Oghenekome Ewomazino

    COURSE OUTLINE: Biology orientation; Biology investigations; Common instrument in the Biology laboratory; Characteristics of life; Organization of life: Functions of cell structure and organelles; Taxonomy: Classification based on external differences and similarities; General reproduction; Elements of Ecology: Types of habitat, Interrelationship of organisms, Ecological adaptations; Diversity Evolution;

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  67. GST111 – Use of English 1

    CYNTHIA NKECHINYERE ODOGWU

    Objectives of the Course:To acquaint year one students with the basic linguistic tools that will enable him/her cope with his studies; To enable students to know how to apply these linguistic tools which would in turn enhance their academic performance and productivity

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  68. GST122 – Use of English 2

    CYNTHIA NKECHINYERE ODOGWU

    Objectives of the Course:To acquaint year one students with the basic linguistic tools that will enable him/her cope with his studies; To enable students to know how to apply these linguistic tools which would in turn enhance their academic performance and productivity

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  69. MCB201 – General Microbiology

    Philip Ifesinachi Anochie

    COURSE OUTLINE:Safety practices and standards in the microbiology laboratory; Quality control, Quality assurance and external quality assessment in a microbiology laboratory; The Microscope used in the Microbiology laboratory.

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  70. MTH103 – Introduction to functions and calculus

    Richard Agwemuria

    COURSE OBJECTIVES: To expose and educate students on the basic ideas of function and calculus

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  71. MTH201 – Introduction to Mathematical methods

    Richard Agwemuria

    COURSE OBJECTIVES: To expose and educate students to the introductory concept of Mathematical Methods.

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  72. MTH203 – Linear Algebra 1

    Ikechukwu Otaide

    COURSE Objectives: At the end of this course students should be able to do the following: Define a vector space over the real field K; Define Subspaces, Linear dependence (independence), basis and dimension;Understand the concept of linear transformations and their representations; Understand the concept of Singular (non-singular) transformations and Algebra of Matrices;

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  73. MTH204 – Linear Algebra 2

    Ikechukwu Otaide

    Objectives: At the end of this course students should be able to do the following: Solve systems of Linear equations; Solve problems on Eigenvalues and Eigenvectors; Understand the concept of Minimum and Characteristic polynomials of Linear transformations; Understand the Caley-Hamilton theorem, Bilinear and quadratic forms, Canonical forms.

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  74. MTH207 – Introduction to Numerical Analysis

    Ikechukwu Otaide

    Objectives: At the end of this course students should be able to do the following: Solve problems on Algebraic and transcendental equations; Find zeros of non-linear equations; Solve problems on Numerical differentiation and Numerical Integration; Solve problems involving Ordinary differential equations with Initial Value Problems

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  75. PHY101 – GENERAL PHYSICS

    Agbajor K. Godwin

    Mechanics and Properties of Matter: Space and time; units and dimension, kinematics; Fundamental laws of mechanics, statics and dynamics; work and energy. Conservation laws. Moments and energy of rotation; simple harmonic motion; motion of simple systems; Elasticity; Hooke's law, Young's shear and bulk moduli, hydrostatics; Pressure, buoyancy, Archimedes' principles. Surface tension; adhesion, cohesion, capillarity, drops and bubbles.

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  76. PHY102 – GENERAL PHYSICS 2

    Agbajor K. Godwin

    Electricity, Magnetism and Modern Physics: Electrostatics; conductors and currents; dielectrics; magnetic fields and electro- magnetic induction; Maxwell's equations; electromagnetic oscillations and waves; Coulomb’s law; methods of charging; Ohm’s law and analysis of DC circuits; AC voltages applied to inductors, capacitors and resistance.

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  77. PHY103 – Heat, Sound and Optics

    Emagbetere Johnbull

    Outline: Temperature; heat, gas laws; Laws of thermodynamics; kinetic theory of gases. Sound; Types and properties of waves as applied to sound and light energies. Superposition of waves. Propagation of sound in gases, solids and liquids and their properties. The unified spectra analysis of waves. Applications.

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  78. PHY107 – GENERAL PHYSICS LABORATORY 1

    Agbajor K. Godwin

    This introductory course emphasizes quantitative measurements, the treatment of measurement errors, and graphical analysis. A variety of experimental techniques should be employed. The experiments include studies of meters, the oscilloscope, mechanical systems, electrical and mechanical resonant systems, light, heat, viscosity, etc., covered in PHY 101 and PHY 102. However, emphasis should be placed on the basic physical techniques for observation, measurements, data collection, analysis and deduction.

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  79. PHY201 – ELEMENTARY MODERN PHYSICS

    Agbajor K. Godwin

    Pre-requisite -PHY 101, PHY 102 and PHY 104 : Special Relativity; Defects in Newtonian Mechanics; the speed of light; the Lorentz transformation; transformation of velocities. Experimental basis of quantum theory: Black body radiation; electrons and quanta; Bohr's theory of atomic structure; De Broglie hypothesis the uncertainty principle; Schrodinger's equation and simple applications; Compton effect; thermionic emission; radioactivity; measurement and detection of charged particles (including the treatment of detectors); x-rays: nature and spectra.

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  80. PHY202 – Electric Circuits And Electronics

    Emagbetere Johnbull

    Outline: D.C. Circuits; Kirchhoff’s Laws, sources of end and current, network analysis and circuit theorems. A.C. Circuits. Inductance, capacitance, the transformer, sinusoidal wave-forms runs and peak values, power, impedance and admittance series RLC circuit, Q factor, resonance, Network analysis and circuit theorems, filters. Electronics; semiconductors, the pn-junction, Amplification and the transistor; field effect transistors, bipolar transistors, Characteristics and equivalent circuits, amplifiers, feedback, oscillators; signal generators.

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  81. PHY203 – WAVES AND OPTICS

    Agbajor K. Godwin

    Pre-requisites -PHY 101, PHY 102, PHY 104 and MTH 102: Wave phenomena; Acoustical waves; the harmonic oscillator; waves on a string; energy in wave motion; longitudinal waves; standing waves; group and phase velocity; Doppler effect; Physical Optics; Spherical waves; interference and diffraction, thin films; crystal diffraction, holography; dispersion and scattering. Geometrical Optics; Waves and rays; reflection at a spherical surface, thin lenses, optical lenses and applications of lenses in optical instruments e.g. microscopes, telescopes, etc.; mirrors and prisms; lens maker’s formula, Polarization. Photometry and light spectrum analysis

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  82. PHY204 – INTRODUCTION TO SPACE SCIENCE

    Agbajor K. Godwin

    Introduction to Astronomy and Astrophysics, Satellite Communication, introduction to atmospheric Science, Space Environment, Space craft systems and Dynamics, Aero/Astrodynamics Engineering, Rocket Engineering, Cosmology, Origin of universe and life, Space Law and Business development.

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  83. PHY205 – Thermal Physics

    Emagbetere Johnbull

    Outline: The Foundations of classical thermodynamics including the zeroth and definition of temperature; the first law, work heat and internal energy; Carnot cycles and the second law; entropy and irreversibility, thermodynamic potentials and the Maxwell relations.

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  84. PHY206 – Physics Of The Solid Earth

    Emagbetere Johnbull

    Outline: The Foundations of classical thermodynamics including the zeroth and definition of temperature; the first law, work heat and internal energy; Carnot cycles and the second law; entropy and irreversibility, thermodynamic potentials and the Maxwell relations.

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