All OER Lecture Notes


Lecturer

1) ENGLISH PHONETICS AND PHONOLOGY I (LECTURE NOTE).

(Mr Iyoha Charles Kayode Osas)

INTENDED LEARNING OUTCOMES

At the completion of this course, students should be able to:

  1. define phonetics and phonology
  2. explain the relationship between phonetics and phonology;
  3. identify the organs of speech involved in the production of speech sounds in English;
  4. distinguish between the sound system of English and other languages;
  5. explain the parameters for describing English speech sounds

Lecturer

2) PRINCIPLES OF PUBLIC RELATIONS (LECTURE NOTE).

(Dr Ate Asan Andrew)

INTENDED LEARNING OUTCOMES
At the completion of this course, students are expected to:
1. Understand meaning of Public Relations
2. Know the Origin of Public Relations
3. Know the relationship between Public Relations, Marketing and Advertising
4. Know the functions and strategies of Public Relations
5. To apply the concept of Public Relations in Persuasion Propaganda and Public Opinion scenarios

Lecturer

3) THEORIES OF MASS COMMUNICATION (LECTURE NOTE).

(Dr Ate Asan Andrew)

INTENDED LEARNING OUTCOMES
At the completion of this course, students are expected to:
1. Define the theory
2. Understanding the process of arriving at a theory
3. Understand types of theories
4. Know how to apply the theories in different political settings
5. Know how to formulate the theory

Lecturer

4) EDITORIAL WRITING (LECTURE NOTE).

(Dr Ate Asan Andrew)

INTENDED LEARNING OUTCOMES
At the completion of this course, students are expected to:
1. Define the concept of Editorial and understand qualities of good editorial writers
2. Understand types and functions of editorials
3. Understand persuasive and propaganda techniques in editorial writing
4. Apply the concept of editorial on topical socio-political and economic happenings in Nigeria.
5. Write good editorials.

Lecturer

5) CRITICAL AND REVIEW WRITING (LECTURE NOTE).

(Dr Ngonso Frederick Blessed)

INTENDED LEARNING OUTCOMES

At the completion of this course, students are expected to:

  1. Define the concept of Critical and Review writing as a specialize form of media writing
  2. Understand the different principles of review writing
  3. Understand the functions of critical and review writing
  4. Understand the different works of art for review
  5. Apply the understanding in reviewing different works of art.

Lecturer

6) NEWS WRITING AND REPORTING (LECTURE NOTE).

(Rev. Fr. Peter Egielewa Eshioke)

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

This is a practical course designed to enable students to become proficient in preparing a publishable news story under deadline. The course examines and sharpens the earlier knowledge of the students in the course of writing for the Mass Media. Here topics like definition of news as well as the inverted pyramid and other non-conventional structures of news writing will be taught; types of lead, sources of news and attribution in news writing are also covered.…

Lecturer

7) INTRODUCTORY TO POETRY.

(Dr Awuzie Solomon )

INTENDED LEARNING OUTCOMES
At the completion of this course, students should be able to:
• define poetry as a form of writing or literature
• discuss the elements of poetry that they have been taught in the course
• identify the different forms of poetry through their characteristic features
• comment on the qualities of any given poem to demonstrate the skills of criticism/appreciation they have acquired in this course.

Lecturer

8) INTRODUCTION TO DIPLOMACY (LECTURE NOTE).

(Mr Osahon Prescott Oviawe)

INTRODUCTION
The study of the evolution of diplomatic practice seeks to explore the manner in which the institutions, principles and practices of diplomacy started, grew and developed into the world wide system that we know today. The basic purpose is to outline the earliest beginnings in the conduct and regulation of inter-state relations, to identify the elements of change and continuity throughout the centuries and to discern and distil the essential traditions that helped to shape the form and character…

Lecturer

9) PUBLIC POLICY ANALYSIS (LECTURE NOTE).

(Mr Ozekhome Igechi Gabriel  and Prof. S.M Omodia)

Objectives
1. To conceptualize public policy
2. To know the features of public policy

Lecturer

10) EVOLUTION OF THE CONTEMPORARY INTERNATIONAL SYSTEM (LECTURE NOTE).

(Mr Ayodeji Anthony Aduloju)

BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE COURSE

This course aims at providing ISD students with the necessary theoretical and practical tools for understanding the contemporary international system. More specifically, the goal of this course is to familiarize students with

  • The notions of international system
  • International society
  • International community
  • Power
  • The origins and evolution of the contemporary international Society.

Lecturer

11) PEACE STUDIES AND CONFLICT RESOLUTION.

(Mr Ayodeji Anthony Aduloju)

BASIC CONCEPTS OF PEACE STUDIES AND CONFLICT RESOLUTION

Peace is not simply the absence of war. It is also the existence of justice and equality that guarantees provisions of life are met. It includes the eradication of violence, oppression, greed and environmental destruction by the positive intervention of conflicts.

Lecturer

12) INTRODUCTION TO ANIMAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL BIOLOGY (PART A LECTURE NOTE).

(Dr Agbugui Marian Onwude  and DR. OTARIGHO BENSON & MRS. H. J. OZEMOKA)

INTENDED LEARNING OUTCOMES

At the completion of this course section, students are expected to:

  • Define cell.
  • Explain the concept of cell.
  • State the components of cell and their functions
  • List and explain the levels of organization.
  • Relate the knowledge from the organization of life to real life issues.

State the advantages and the disadvantages of complexity in higher organisms.

Lecturer

13) INTRODUCTION TO ANIMAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL BIOLOGY (PART B LECTURE NOTE).

(Mr Otarigho Benson   and DR. (MRS) M.O. AGBUGUI, & MRS. H. J. OZEMOKA)

INTENDED LEARNING OUTCOMES

At the completion of this course section, students are expected to:

  • Define reproduction and state the types.
  • Know and enumerate the factors of reproduction
  • Discuss the types of cleavages an the pattern of cleavages
  • Discuss the stages of embryonic development in mammals
  • Discuss organogenesis in both males and females

Lecturer

14) FUNCTIONAL BIOCHEMISTRY.

(Dr Ugbenyen Moses Anthony)

At the completion of this course, students are expected to:

  1. Define various concept of Signal transduction (e.g hormones and neurotransmitters).
  2. List and classify plant and animal hormones.
  3. List the different classes of neurotransmitters.
  4. Draw the biochemical structure of the listed neurotransmitters.
  5. Understand how hormones and neurotransmitters transduce signal.
  6. Understand the concept of second messenger in signal transduction.
  7. Understand the role of cAMP, IP3, Ca2+ in sensing and processing stimuli.

Lecturer

15) PHYSICS PRACTICAL MANUAL.

(Dr Akinola Olayinka Samson)

PHYSICS PRACTICAL MANUAL

Lecturer

16) GENERAL PHYSICS I (NOTE).

(Dr Akinola Olayinka Samson)

INTENDED LEARNING OUTCOMES
At the completion of this course, students are expected to:
1.  Define the concept of physics.
2.  Understand basic unit of quantities in Physics  
3.  Understand all the problem solving approaches in Physics
4.  Apply physics problem solving concepts to Physics problems
5.  Formulate Physics problems

Lecturer

17) ELECTRIC CIRCUIT AND ELECTRONICS (NOTE).

(Mr Adekoya Mathew Adefusika)

INTENDED LEARNING OUTCOMES
At the completion of this course, students are expected to:
1.  Explain electric circuit and electronic  
2.  Mention  all the different circuit theorem   
3.  Apply the concept to solve simple problems
4.  Differentiate between N-type and P-type Semiconductor
5.  Solve basic A.C problems   
6.   Design simple circuit.

Lecturer

18) CALCULUS (NOTE).

(Mr Enoyoze Esosa )

INTENDED LEARNING OUTCOMES
At the completion of this course, students are expected to:
1.  Relate the idea of function with everyday activity
2.  Solve problems related to Domain and Range of functions
3.  Evaluate the values of functions
4.  Construct and investigate graphs of a function.
5.  Analyze the various kinds of tests for convergence
6.   Relate the idea of function with everyday activities
7.  Evaluate limits of several functions
8. …

Lecturer

19) VECTOR AND COORDINATE GEOMETRY NOTE.

(Miss Alhassan Jumai Charity)

INTENDED LEARNING OUTCOMES


At the end of this course, students are expected to:
1.  Define the concept of vectors, and state the types of vectors
2 .Understand the concept of Addition of vectors with examples
3. Understand the concept of two dimensional coordinate geometry
4. Define circle with solved examples.
5. Solve problems on parabola and ellipse

Lecturer

20) MATHEMATICS FOR ECONOMISTS II (NOTE).

(Mr Hezekiah Olawale T.)

INTENDED LEARNING OUTCOMES
At the completion of this course, students are expected to:
1. Apply various integration rules and methods to solving economics problems such as consumer and producer surpluses
2. Apply various differentiation calculus rules and methods to solving economics problems such as elasticicity of demand, optimization etc
3. Apply various linear programming techniques to solving maximization problems.
4. Proffer solutions to firms numerous optimization problems on the field of practise using the various tools learnt in the course

Lecturer

21) INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER NOTE.

(Mr John Temitope Ogbiti)

INTENDED LEARNING OUTCOMES


At the completion of this course, students are expected to:
1.  Define the concept of Computer
2.  History of Computer and generations of computer
3.  Understand the characteristics  of  a  computer, classes of computer, types
of computer and  functions of personal computers
4.  Components of a  Personal  Computer  and categories  of  an  operating
system
5.  Principles of Networking
6.  Program  development:  algorithms  and  methods  of  representing
algorithms

Lecturer

22) PROGRAMMING ESSENTIALS NOTE.

(Mr Acheme David Ijegwa)

INTENDED LEARNING OUTCOMES


At the completion of this course, students are expected to:
1.  Define the concept of programming and levels of programming language
2.  Understand all the programming paradigms
3.  Understand the concept of algorithms and methods of representing algorithms
4.  Apply the concept of algorithm to express solutions to simple problems
5.   Write simple programs in QBasic Programming language.

Lecturer

23) LECTURE ON PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICE OF AUDITING.

(Dr Godwin Ohiokha )

INTENDED LEARNING OUTCOMES
At the completion of this course, students are expected to:
1. Define the concept of Auditing
2. Understand International Auditing Standard as it relates to Nigeria Standard on Auditing
3. Procedures for appointing an auditor and fixing his remuneration, auditors duties, rights, powers, responsibilities, removal, resignation.
4. Types of Audit, internal control vs internal checks.
5. Understand the fundamental principles of Auditing
6. Apply the concept and fundamental principles of Auditing to Audit practices
7. Write an…

Lecturer

24) INTRODUCTORY ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY NOTE.

(Mr Inobeme Abel )

INTENDED LEARNING OUTCOMES
At the end of this course, students should be able to:
1.  Explain the concept of titrimetric analysis
2.  List the various types of titration
3.  Differentiate between precipitation and potentiometric titration
4.  Select appropriate titrimetric methods for relevant analysis
5.  Apply relevant titrimetric methods in analysis
6.  Treat data obtained from acid-base reactions equilibria

Lecturer

25) INTRODUCTORY CHEMISTRY II NOTE.

(Mrs Shittu Tawakalit )

INTENDED LEARNING OUTCOMES


At the completion of this course, students are expected to:
1.  Understand the basic concepts of Organic Chemistry.
2.  Draw structures and identify the general classes of organic compounds  
3.  Understand the principles of separating organic mixtures.
4.  Apply the principle of separating techniques in real life synthesis
5.  Carry out project on identification of organic compounds.

Lecturer

26) FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING I (NOTE).

(Dr Dabor Alexander Olawumi)

INTENDED LEARNING OUTCOMES
At the completion of this course, students are expected to:
1. define underpinning concept of financial accounting;
2. understand all the underlying accounting convention and policies with to regard reporting;
3. differentiate between IFRSs and IASs; and
4. apply the IFRS in preparation of financial reports

Lecturer

27) INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS II.

(Mr Odiwo Williams Omokhudu)

INTENDED LEARNING OUTCOMES
At the completion of this course, students are expected to:
1. Define clearly the meaning of Business, linking between Business and personnel Management
2. Understand the stages and processes involved in identify and screening business opportunities to know how to access a range of possible market opportunities in a structured and systematic way.
3. Understand what constitutes Business, personnel Management.
4. Analyse different business situations as a student
5. Generate, access and work with business idea

Lecturer

28) INTRODUCTION TO PLANT BIOLOGY AND BIOTECHNOLOGY NOTE (C).

(Mr Imarhiagbe Odoligie )

INTENDED LEARNING OUTCOMES


At the completion of this course, students are expected to:
1.  Understand the reason for classification of living organism,
2.  Understand the characteristics and the evolutionary relationships among groups of plants.  
3.  Demonstrate hands-on practical on self-identification of plants using classification keys

Lecturer

29) INTRODUCTION TO PLANT BIOLOGY AND BIOTECHNOLOGY (1).

(Mr Edokpolor Ohanmu )

INTENDED LEARNING OUTCOMES


At the completion of this course, students are expected to:
1.  Define Plant Biology and Biotechnology.
2.  Give a brief note on the various area of specialization
3.  Define biotechnology
4.  Understand the history of biotechnology
5.  Explain the application and relevant of biotechnology to man

Lecturer

30) GENERAL MICROBIOLOGY NOTE.

(Miss Ezeanya Chinyere Charity)

INTENDED LEARNING OUTCOMES
At the completion of this course, students are expected to:
1.  Define the concept of microbial cell structure.
2.  Demonstrate knowledge on the TWO main types of microbial cell structure.
3.  Define  and  list  the  different  phases  of  growth;  factors  affecting  microbial
growth.
4.  Apply the role of micro-organisms in soil, food and to solve simple practical
problems.
5.   Carry out projects to:  
?  Identify and differentiate between…

Lecturer

31) MICROBIAL ECOLOGY NOTE.

(Miss Ezeanya Chinyere Charity)

INTENDED LEARNING OUTCOMES


At the completion of this course, students are expected to:
1.  Define the concept of microbial ecology.
2.  Understand all the types of microbial interaction.
3.  Understand the concept of microbes and ecological theory.
4.  Apply  the  concept  of the  different  types  of  adaptation  of  microbes  to  their
environment and articulate solutions to simple problems.
5.   Carry out projects to:  
?  Identify possible microbial interaction in an environment.

Lecturer

32) INTERMEDIATE FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING I (LECTURE NOTE).

(Mr Iyoha Agbonrha-oghoye Imas)

MODULE ONE (WEEK 1-2)
The pre-requisite for Intermediate Financial Accounting I (ACC 311) is a review of financial accounting topics in year two, ACC211 & ACC 221. The following topics will be reviewed:
FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING I. (ACC 211)
The topics that the students need to know as a pre-requisite for ACC 311 are listed below
(1) Revision of trial balance, correction of errors and suspense accounts,
(2) Revision of end of year adjustment adjustments and the preparation and presentation of…

Lecturer

33) INTRODUCTION TO TAXATION NOTE.

(Mr Ikponmwosa Igbinovia Michael )

INTENDED LEARNING OUTCOMES
At the completion of this course, students should be able to:
i. Explain the meaning purpose and principles of taxation
ii. Discuss the administration of taxation in Nigeria
iii. Solve problems on Personal income tax in Nigeria involving the taxation of employees and a sole trader
iv. Apply the principles of Basis period, commencement rule, cessation rule and change in accounting date to tax questions.
v. Explain capital allowance and demonstrate mastery of the capital allowance computation.

Lecturer

34) INTRODUCTORY BIOCHEMISTRY 2.

(Mr Ehiosun Kevin Iyere)

INTENDED LEARNING OUTCOMES


At the completion of this lecture, students are expected to:
1. Know the building block of proteins  
2. State the twenty (20) common amino acids  
3. Classify the twenty (20) common amino acids by properties of their side chains
4. Understand the formation of peptides

Lecturer

35) INTRODUCTORY MOLECULAR BIOLOGY.

(Dr Ajayi Olulope Olufemi)

INTENDED LEARNING OUTCOMES

 


1.  To define the chromosomes and genes
2.  To discuss the process of DNA replication and repair  
3.  To distinguish between biological information transfer in prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells

Lecturer

36) INTRODUCTION TO GENETICS AND CELL PHYSIOLOGY PART B (2).

(Mrs Ozemoka Joy Habibat)

INTENDED LEARNING OUTCOMES

At the completion of this course, students are expected to:

  1. Define and apply Mendel’s law of Independent Assortment
  2. Understand the concept behind linkages and recombination
  3. Discuss and analyze sex linked characters and their presentation

 

Lecturer

37) ACCOUNTING ETHICS AND CORPORATE GOVERNANCE (LECTURE NOTE).

(Mr Iyafekhe Christian )

INTENDED LEARNING OUTCOMES
At the completion of this course, students are expected to:
1. Define the concept of ethics, Importance of studying ethics, Merits and demerits of ethical codes
2. Define accounting ethics and understand the concept of professional ethics
3. Understand the Concept of moral theories, Review of philosophical principles in ethics
4. Understand the concept of Institutional Arrangement to Mitigate Fraud and Corruption Practices in Nigeria
5. Define the concept of Corporate Governance and Issues
6. Understand the…

Lecturer

38) INTRODUCTION TO GENETICS AND CELL PHYSIOLOGY PART C (1).

(Dr Agbugui Marian Onwude)

INTENDED LEARNING OUTCOMES

At the completion of this course, students are expected to:

  1. Give a brief history of RNA and DNA
  2. Describe the location of RNA and DNA
  3. Enumerate the uses and functionalities of RNA and DNA
  4. Differentiate between RNA and DNA
  5. Enumerate the uses and application of bioenergetics
  6. State the functions of biological membrane

Lecturer

39) INTRODUCTION TO ECOLOGY (B).

(Dr Agbugui Marian Onwude)

INTENDED LEARNING OUTCOMES

At the completion of this course, students are expected to:

  1. Define the ecosystem
  2. Know and enumerate the factors effecting the terrestrial and aquatic ecosystem,
  3. Discuss the types of interaction and the benefits to man and his environment
  4. Discuss the types of erosion and the possible ways of conservation of the ecosystem

 

Lecturer

40) INTRODUCTORY STATISTICS 11.

(Dr Ohiomu Sylvester )

INTENDED LEARNING OUTCOMES
At the completion of this course, students are expected to:
• Students should be able to define and explain Normal Distribution
• Students should be able to differentiate and appraise Correlation and Regression Analysis
• Students should be able to apply knowledge of simple test of hypothesis to solve problems in other disciplines
• Students should be able to gather data and develop tables and models from observations
• Students should be able to apply Time Series…

Lecturer

41) INTRODUCTORY STATISTICS 1.

(Dr Ohiomu Sylvester )

INTENDED LEARNING OUTCOMES
At the completion of this course, students are expected to:
• Students should be able to define and explain Statistics
• Students should be able to differentiate and appraise Statistical scenarios
• Students should be able to apply knowledge of Statistics to solve problems in other disciplines
• Students should be able to gather data and develop tables and models from observations
• Students should be able to apply statistics to daily problems, economic, national and global…

Lecturer

42) NIGERIAN LEGAL SYSTEM (PART 3A).

(Dr Masajuwa Florence Ulunma)

Legislation is the product of a deliberate and formal expression of rules of conduct made by the relevant law making authority. Such relevant authority must be recognized for this purpose by the operative political and legal machinery of that state e.g. the constitution, otherwise the law it enacts will be considered as void and illegal.

Lecturer

43) INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS (LECTURE NOTE).

(Dr Kifordu Anthony A.)

Intended Learning Outcomes
At the completion of this course, students are expected to:
1. Define the concept and various kinds of Business
2. Understand Ethics and Business Characters
3. Understand the Elements of Accounting, Marketing, Insurance and their Roles in Business organisations
4. Apply the concept of Effective communication in Business
5. Understand Business and Nigerian Business Environment
6. Understand Social Responsibility of Business
7. Write simple social responsibilities of business.

Lecturer

44) INTRODUCTION TO GENETICS AND CELL PHYSIOLOGY PART A.

(Mr Otarigho Benson )

At the completion of this course, students are expected to:

  1. Define the concept of genetics and cell physiology

Lecturer

45) BASIC ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING A.

(Mr Ogbikaya Stephen )

INTENDED LEARNING OUTCOMES
At the completion of this course, students are expected to:
1) Define the basic circuit laws and theorem
2) Understand how to analyze electrical circuit using these circuit laws and theorems.
3) Understand how to solve simple problems in electrical circuits.
4) Connect simple electrical circuit from the circuit diagram.

Lecturer

46) LEGAL METHOD (PART 2 A).

(Dr Simon Abifarin Olufemi)

The Natural Law School
This is the first School of law. It refers to a body of moral rules and principles of human conduct which can be universally deduced from Nature. It is perceived by man through reason and comprises of those laws which man in his wisdom will readily agree to be just and necessary for society.

Lecturer

47) LEGAL METHOD (PART 2).

(Dr Simon Abifarin Olufemi)

In order to satisfactorily answer the question “what is law?” one needs to delve into the realm of Jurisprudence. Jurisprudence, which is also known as the Theory of law, Philosophy of law or Legal Philosophy is the examination of what different scholars have said about law over the years. It is the total study of law as a whole, which include the concept, principles and purpose in a society. Jurisprudence, as a field of study of the foundation of law…

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48) NIGERIA LEGAL SYSTEM (PART 4).

(Mr Uzualu James Emokhai)

Customary law consists of customs accepted by the members of a community as binding among them it has been described as a mirror of acceptable usage

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49) FOUNDATIONS OF NURSING 1 (LECTURE NOTE).

(Mr Chukwuyem Emmanuelson Nkemchor)

PREAMBLE:
NSC201: Foundations of Nursing course is a two (2) unit credit course meant for students who are pursuing B.NSc degree. It is one of the courses meant to lay your desired foundation for choice of nursing as a course of study and profession. It comprise of the bedrock of acquisition of necessary elementary skills amidst health care reforms. The changes in response to social, political, economic factors as well as health technology and advances in health care…

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50) NIGERIAN LEGAL SYSTEM 1(PART 2).

(Mr Oaihimire Edetalenh Idemudia)

The sources of Nigerian law are not wholly local by reasoning of our political history. Following the colonization and imposition of British rule in Nigeria between 1861 & 1914. English law was introduced into different part of the country at different times by series of Proclamation & Ordinance.

Lecturer

51) ENGINEERING MECHANICS A.

(Dr Vincent Aizebeoje Balogun)

INTENDED LEARNING OUTCOMES
At the completion of this course, students are expected to:
1. State the concept and principles of mechanics
2. Understand the First and Second moment of area
3. Understand the application of vectors to resolution of forces at equilibrium by defining their free body diagrams.
4. Explain the kinematics of particles and rigid bodies by the applications of Newton’s laws of motion.
5. Understand the elements of fluid statics as applicable to fluid dynamics.
6. Replicate the…

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52) WORKSHOP PRACTICE A.

(Engr Isaac Oamen Festus)

INTENDED LEARNING OUTCOMES
At the completion of this course, students are expected to:
1. Observe safety precaution in the workshop.
2. Operate safety equipment e.g. fire extinguisher, safety water hose etc.
3. Use of personal protective equipment.
4. Observe all safety rules and regulations.
5. Use the marking out tools very well.
6. Produce simple objects by using the bench and hand tools.

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53) ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS IA.

(Prof Evbogbai Edekin Jacob Mariekpen)

This course will discuss the basics of complex numbers and their general properties.
The widespread application of automatic computers to engineering problems and the increasing use of linear algebra and linear analysis in handling large problems in the systems analysis had been the major problem affecting the development of engineering mathematics
Considering the basic concepts and methods of vector algebra and it applications to physical and geometrical problems. The usefulness of vectors in engineering mathematics result from the fact that…

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54) INTRODUCTION TO MEDICAL LABORATORY SCIENCE .

(Mr Oladeinde Bankole Henry  and General introduction, Medical Laboratory Science)

A major threat to the existence of mankind is disease. Disease outcome can be fatal, leading to death in many cases. Man over the years has sought different ways of combating this threat, recording successes in many areas. However, one element that is relevant in the fight against a disease is the knowledge of the cause of the disease, as one can hardly contend with what is unknown.

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55) COMPUTER AND COMPUTING B.

(Engr Chukwuemeka Obasi Chijioke)

INTENDED LEARNING OUTCOMES
At the completion of this course, students are expected to:
1. Be able to use pseudo-code to design programming solution to some
engineering problems
2. Be able to represent programming solution diagrammatically using flowchart
3. Be able to identify key features of MATLAB environment
4. Be able to use MATLAB as a simple calculator
5. Be able to plot different graph types using MATLAB
6. Be able to use MATLAB programming language to develop software
solutions to…

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56) GENERAL HUMAN ANATOMY & ANATOMY OF THE UPPER & LOWER LIMBS & THORAX B.

(Mr Aderoyeje Temitope Gabriel)

Anatomical terminologies introduce and make up a large part of medical terminology. The proper use of terms in the correct way is imperative when communicating anatomical information, to ensure understanding by healthcare professionals and scientists worldwide. Health professionals must also know the common and colloquial terms people are likely to use when they describe their complaints.

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57) LEGAL METHODS 1 (PART 3).

(Mr Imoisi Simon Ejokema)

The phrase “Legal Method” consists of two words, which are “legal” and “method”. The word “legal” implies things relating or pertaining to law while “method” means a way or procedure of doing something in an organized and planned manner. Legal method can therefore be de?ned as the way and manner of doing things relating to law in the society.

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58) LEGAL METHOD 1 (PART 1).

(Miss Hauwa Abiri Constance)

The word ‘law’ can be used differently depending on the circumstance. According to Charles Louise de Second and Baron de Montesque in their book, the Spirit of the Law,

Lecturer

59) NIGERIAN LEGAL SYSTEM (PART 1).

(Miss Imuekemhe Emike Jessica)

So many legal exponents have rendered intellectual attempts at compiling the history of the Nigerian Legal System. Among them are T.O Elias 2, A. Obilade 3, C. Okonkwo 4, Omoniyi Adenoye 5 and A.E.W Park 6.

From all their works, it has been established that the sources of the Nigerian Legal System are;

1. The Received English Law. a) The Doctrine of Equity  b) Common law

2) Nigerian Legislations.

3) Customary Law.

4) Judicial Precedents (Case law). 

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60) AEB122 CLASS: REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM OF MAMMALS.

(Mrs Ozemoka Joy Habibat)

CONTENTS:

      MONETREMES

      MARSUPIALS

      PLACENTAL MAMMALS.

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61) AEB 122: CLASS AVES.

(Mrs Ozemoka Joy Habibat)

INTRODUCTION

?Birds or Aves are the most noticeable, melodious and most beautiful of the vertebrates.

?There are more than 10,400 species world wide.

?They are found in the forests, deserts, mountains, praires and all oceans.

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62) AEB121: INVERTEBRATE ZOOLOGY PHYLUM ARTHROPODA.

(Mrs Ozemoka Joy Habibat)

INTENDED LEARNING OUTCOME

  • At the end of the class, the students should be able to know the following:
  • The meaning of Arthropods.
  • The characteristics of Arthropods.
  • The reasons for abundance and diversity of Arthropods.
  • The various classes of Arthropods.
  • The economic importance of Arthropods.

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63) AEB 121 PHYLUM MOLLUSCA.

(Mrs Ozemoka Joy Habibat)

INTENDED LEARNING OUT - COME

  • At the end of the class, the students are expected to know the following:
  • What molluscs are
  • The characteristics of Molluscs
  • The various classes of Molluscs
  • The distinguishing characteristics between the various classes
  • The economic importance of Molluscs
  • The difference between molluscs and other phyla.

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64) AEB 121: INVERTEBRATE ZOOLOGY.

(Mrs Ozemoka Joy Habibat)

INTENDED LEARNING OUTCOME

v At the end of the week, the students should be able to know:

v What Annelids are

v the characteristics of Annelids

v the various classes of Annelids

v the differences between the classes.

v the economic importance of Annelids.

 

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65) INTRODUCTION TO GENETICS.

(Mrs Ozemoka Joy Habibat)

INTENDED LEARNING OUTCOMES

At the end of the week, the students are expected to know:

 -what  genetics entails

 -the varoius areas of genetics

 -Terminologies associated with genetics.

 - Brief history of genetics.

 - The laws of Mendelian genetics.

Lecturer

66) BUS 211-PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT I.

(Dr Kifordu Anthony A.)

COURSE OUTLINE

    • Concept of Management
    • Principles of Management
    • Processes of Management
    • Significance and Evolution of Management
    • Functions of the Manager

    -Planning : Nature and Purpose

    -Organization: Nature and Purpose

    -Span of Management

    -Departmentalization

    -Line and Staff Authority

    -Service Department

    -Staffing and Directing

    -Selection of Managers

    -Appraisals of Managers

    -Management Development

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67) GST 211- INTRODUCTION TO ENTREPRENURIAL SKILLS.

(Dr Kifordu Anthony A.)

Characteristics of a successful entrepreneur

1.Being Entrepreneurial

2.A strong desire to achieve

3.Task Oriented

4. Being a good business planner

5.Tolerance for ambiguity and stress

6.Skilled in taking realistic and calculated risk

7.Future- oriented

8.Problem solving

Lecturer

68) INTRODUCTION TO ENTREPRENURAL STUDIES II.

(Dr Kifordu Anthony A.)

IDEA GEeNERATION

 The process of creating, developing, and communicating ideas which are abstract, concrete, or visual. The process includes the process of constructing through the idea, innovating the concept, developing the process, and bringing the concept to reality.

Lecturer

69) PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT I.

(Dr Kifordu Anthony A.)

Concept of Management

}Outcomes- Similarities and Differences between the Classical and Behavioural  Theories

}Describe System theories and Contingency theories as they differ from classical and behavioural theories

} Define-Classicals, behavioural and Management theories against system, sociotechnical and contingency theorists

Lecturer

70) INRTODUCTION TO BUSINESS I.

(Dr Kifordu Anthony A.)

Concept of Business Administration

?Business administration in simple terms, is everything that encompasses a business. The administration of a business includes managing and monitoring absolutely everything to do with a business, from marketing, advertising, to the hiring and the management of staff. To explore business administration in great detail, we will explore each of your questions separately.

The Concept of Business Administration:
The concept of business administration is the process of managing every different angle of…

Lecturer

71) EMPLOYEE STRESS MANAGEMENT IN ORGANISATIONS.

(Dr Kifordu Anthony A.)

EMPLOYEE STRESS MANAGEMENT IN ORGANISATIONS

Introduction

’Stress is not what happens to us. It is our response

to what happens. And response is something we can choose because a timely word may level stress’’….Maureen Kelluarn

?What is Employee Stress?

-Stress can be defined as a lively circumstance in which people face constraints, opportunities, or loss of something they desire and for which the consequence is both unpredictable as well as crucial.

-Stress is the response of people to the…

Lecturer

72) INFERENTIAL STATISTICS (ECO 223).

(Associate Prof David Umoru )

Inferential Statistics (ECO 223)

Correlation Analysis and Simple Measure of Association

  • Correlation is a measure of the degree of relationship that exists between variables. Simple correlation involves two variables. Multiple correlation involves three or more variables.
  • Correlation defines the linear relationship between two or more variables. These variables are measured in interval scale like the Pearson’s product moment correlation coefficient (r ) or in ordinal scale like the Spearman’s Rank order correlation coefficient (ro).

Lecturer

73) INTERNATIONAL LAW.

(Dr Efanodor Harriet O.)

Topic: International Law

  • At the end of this topic student’s are expected to ;

  • Define International law

  • Explain the categories of International law

  • List and explain the sources of International law

  • Explain why International law should be regarded as law

  • Explain the obligations conditioning states to abide by the provision of International law.

Lecturer

74) INTERNATIONAL AND REGIONAL ORGANIZATION.

(Dr Efanodor Harriet O.)

Topic: International and Regional Organization
• At the end of this topic, student’s should be able to ;
• Differentiate between universal and regional organisations
• Explain the basic common structure and features of international organisations
• Explain the importance of international organisation
• List and explain the types of international organisation
Readings: Akinboye, S. and Ottoh, O. (2007) A Systematic Approach to International Relations. Nigeria: Concept Publication.
International and Regional organization
• An organisation that…

Lecturer

75) FOREIGN POLICY AND ITS INSTRUMENTS.

(Dr Efanodor Harriet O.)

Topic: Foreign Policy and its Instruments.

At the end of this topic students’ should be able to;

  • Define foreign policy
  • Understand and explain the various levels of analysis
  • Explain the elements of foreign policy
  • Explain techniques or instruments of foreign policy

Readings: Akinboye, S. and Ottoh, O. (2007) A Systematic Approach to International Relations. Nigeria: Concept Publication.

What is Foreign Policy?

Lecturer

76) STATE AND THE INTERNATIONAL SYSTEM.

(Dr Efanodor Harriet O.)

Topic: State and the International System

The analysis of the international system began with the historical formation of the state system.

  • The international system is fragmented into several sovereign states.
  • The sovereign states constitute the international system
  • Westphalia peace treaty of 1648 signaled the birth of the state system
  • The creation of the state saw the redistribution of the state and the dissolution of the city-state systems
  • State is a body of people occupying a definite portion of defined…

Lecturer

77) CONTENDING PERSPECTIVES ON HOW TO THINK ABOUT INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS THEORETICALLY.

(Dr Efanodor Harriet O.)

Topic: Contending perspectives on how to thinks about International Relations theoretically

  • At the end of the topic student’s should be able to;
  • Explain the major theoretical underpinnings of liberalism, realism and Marxism
  • Think theoretically about events and trends in international relations
  • Analyze events using the three theoretical perspectives

Political scientists and scholars of international relations develop theories in order to understand the causes of events that occur in international relations every day.

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78) THEORIES OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS.

(Dr Efanodor Harriet O.)

Topic: Theories of International Relations

  • Scholars have interpreted theory in different ways.

General assumption of a theory

  • A theory should have scientific proposition which, when tested, are certified to be valid.
  • Theory should have universal applicability
  • One should be able to make generalization
  • Theories in international relations has been defined by Quincy Wright cited in Akinboye and Ottoh (2007) as comprehensive, coherent, and self correcting body of knowledge contributing to the understanding, the prediction, evaluation and the…

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79) APPROACHES TO THE STUDY OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS.

(Dr Efanodor Harriet O.)

Topic: Approaches to the study of International Relations

Traditional and behavioural approaches constitute the two major theoretical schools of thought in international relations. Each of the two perspectives has its own methodology. The traditionalist focus their attention on the state as their unit of analysis, others base their analysis on power as the sole explanatory variable in the study of international relations. Similarly, the behaviouralists have developed different approaches in their analytical framework.

The traditional and behavioural approach

Under the…

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80) THE HISTORICAL DEVELOPMENT OF CONTEMPORARY INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS.

(Dr Efanodor Harriet O.)

Topic: The Historical Development of Contemporary International Relations

The purpose of this historical overview is to trace important trends over-time; the emergence of the state, the notion of sovereignty and the development of the international state system. These trends have a direct impact on international relations of today.

The Pre-Westphalian world

Greek city-states

  • The Greeks organised independent city-state
  • The city-states carried on economic relations with each other.
  • This environment fostered the flowering of the strong philosophical tradition
  • The city-state…

Lecturer

81) SCOPE AND SUB-FIELDS OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS.

(Dr Efanodor Harriet O.)

Topic: Scope and Sub-Fields of International Relations

According to Akinboye and Ottoh, (2007) International relations is preoccupied with the analysis of kind of power, force and influence relationships that exist among states over issues of war and peace. The scope of international relations therefore covers

  • Sum total of relations across national boundaries
  • Method of analysis for dealing with relations
  • Issues that concern wars and alternative wars
  • Power relations across national agreements
  • Conflict, adjustments and agreements of national policies
  • Issues…

Lecturer

82) WHAT IS INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS NOTE.

(Dr Efanodor Harriet O.)

What is International Relations?

Perspectives of International Relations

  • International Relations have two broad perspectives.
  • As an academic field and;
  • As relations among states.

International relations as a field of study

  • As an academic discipline it has been viewed from different perspectives;
  • The first school of thought contend that international relations is a sub field of political science;
  • The second contend that it is a separate discipline.
  • Fundamentally international relations and political science are fields that are concerned…

Lecturer

83) INTRODUCTION TO INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS.

(Dr Efanodor Harriet O.)

Course Contents

  1. What is International relations.
  2. Scope and Sub-fields of International Relations
  3. The Historical Development of Contemporary International Relations.
  4. Approaches to the study of International Relations.
  5. Theories of international relations.
  6. Contending perspectives on how to thinks about International Relations
  7. The state and the International system.
  8. Foreign policy and its Instruments.
  9. International and Regional Organisation.
  10. International law.
  11. Conflict and Bargaining in International Relations.

 

Lecturer

84) ELEMENTS OF GOVERNMENT.

(Dr Efanodor Harriet O.)

Lecture Eight

Elements of Government

Readings: Ekpekurede, W. and Umukoro (2010) Political Science-An Introduction. Nigeria: AMBIK Press

What is Government?

  • Government can be defined as the body of persons who use different agencies or institution to carry out the political and administrative affairs of the state through continuous act of law making and law implementation in order to ensure orderliness.

Government as concept can be seen from three different…

Lecturer

85) BASIC CONCEPTS IN POLITICAL SCIENCE.

(Dr Efanodor Harriet O.)

Lecture seven

Basic concepts in Political Science

Expected outcome: At the end of the topic students should be able to demonstrate sound knowledge of basic concepts in political science

Readings: Ekpekurede, W. and Umukoro (2010) Political Science-An Introduction. Nigeria: AMBIK Press

Ikelegbe A. 2005 (ed) Introduction to Politics. Lagos: Imprints Services

Lecturer

86) APPROACHES TO THE STUDY OF POLITICS.

(Dr Efanodor Harriet O.)

Lecture six

Approaches to the study of politics

At the end of this topic, you should be able to:

  • Identify the approaches to the study of Politics.

  • Differentiate between the various approaches to the study of politics.

  • Identify the main features of the approaches to the study of politics.

Lecturer

87) SUBFIELDS OF POLITICAL SCIENCE.

(Dr Efanodor Harriet O.)

Lecture five

Subfields of Political Science

At the end of the topic, students are expected to

  • Explain the various subfields of political science.

Political science is a broad discipline with many subfields.

These subfields are;

  • Political theory or philosophy

  • Comparative politics

  • International relations

  • Political economy

  • Political sociology

  • Public administration

Lecturer

88) RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN POLITICAL SCIENCE AND OTHER DISCIPLINE.

(Dr Efanodor Harriet O.)

Lecture four

Relationship between Political Science and other Discipline

Topic outline;

The relationship between political science and;

  • History

  • Philosophy

  • Law

  • Sociology

  • Economics

Expected outcome; at the end of the topic

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89) THE SCIENTIFIC NATURE OF THE STUDY OF POLITICS.

(Dr Efanodor Harriet O.)

Lecture three

The Science of Politics: The Scientific Nature of the Study of Politics

Topic outline;

  • The meaning of science

  • Cannons of science

  • The scientific nature of the study of politics

  • Political scientist and the use of scientific patterns

Expected learning outcome
At…

Lecturer

90) WHAT IS POLITICAL SCIENCE NOTE.

(Dr Efanodor Harriet O.)

Topic outline

  • The concept of politics.

  • What is science?

  • What is political science?

  • Why do we study political science?

Expected learning outcome. At the end of the topic, students are expected to be able to:

Lecturer

91) INTRODUCTION TO POLITICAL SCIENCE.

(Prof Stephen Omodia Monday  and Efanodor Harriet O.)

Course Objectives

(i) To introduce students to study of politics and political science.

(ii) To highlight the major sub-fields within Political Science.

(iii) To demonstrate how political science relates to other discipline in the Social Sciences.

(iv) To unfold how political activities affects human society.

(v) To introduce students to the various approaches to the study of politics.

(vi) To explain basic concepts of political science.