Accounting, Banking and Finance Coursewares
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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. 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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  9. 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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  10. 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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  11. 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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  12. 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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  13. 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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  14. 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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Agbarha – Otor
Ughelli North
Delta State
Nigeria

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