COURSES

 

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE DEGREE OF EDUCATION IN BIOLOGY

List of courses

B.Sc. (Ed) BIOLOGY

100 level

General Courses

Course No                                              

Course Title                      

Units                   

Status

Semester

GES 101

Use of English I

2

C

1st

GES 107

Reproductive Health, Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) and HIV

2

R

2nd

GES 108

Introduction to French

2

R

 

Faculty Courses

CEF 102

Introduction to History & Policy of Education

3

C

1st

CEF 103

Sociological & Philosophical Foundation of Education

3

C

1st

GCE 101

Psychological Foundations of Education

3

C

1st

SPE 104

Introduction to Special Education

3

R

1st

Department Courses

STE 128

General Science Methods I

3

C

2nd

STE 153

Mathematics for the Sciences

3

R

2nd

Specialization

BIO 101

General Biology I

3

C

1st

BIO 102

General Biology II

2

C

2nd

BIO 103

Introductory Genetics and Ecology

2

C

1st

BIO 104

Practical Biology

2

C

1st

CHE 126

Inorganic Chemistry I

3

R

1st

CHE 176

Organic Chemistry I

3

R

1st

CHE 191

Practical Chemistry

2

R

1st

CSC 101

Introduction to Computer Science

3

R

2nd

MAT 101

Supplementary Mathematics

4

R

1st

STA 111

Descriptive Statistics

3

R

1st

CHE 156

Physical Chemistry I

4

C

1st

PHY 101

Elementary Physics

4

E

1st

At this level total units to be registered for is 53

 

200 Level

Course No                                              

Course Title                      

Units                   

Status

Semester

GES 201

Use of English II

3

C

1st

GES 102

African Culture and Civilization

2

R

2nd

GES 106

Philosophy, Logic and Critical Thinking

2

R

2nd

Faculty Courses

GCE 204

Psychology of Learning

3

C

2nd

ASE 205

Teaching Observation

3

C

2nd

GCE 203

Basic Statistics in Education Practices

3

R

 

Department Courses

STE 202

Instructional Media and Resources

3

C

1st

STE 236

Biology Methods I

3

C

1st

Specialization

BIO 204

Introductory Developmental/Cell Biology

3

C

2nd

BIO 212

General Ecology

2

C

2nd

BIO 214

Biological Techniques

2

C

1st

BIO 201

Genetics I

2

R

1st

BIO 202

General Physiology

2

R

2nd

BOT 211

General Botany I

3

R

1st

BOT 241

General Botany II

3

R

1st

MIC 221

Introductory Microbiology II

3

R

1st

STA 204

General Statistics II

3

R

2nd

ZOO 212

Chordate Zoology

3

R

2nd

ZOO 213

Invertebrate Zoology I

2

R

1st

ZOO 214

Invertebrate Zoology II

2

R

2nd

CHE 225

Basic Inorganic Chemistry for Non-Majors

3

E

2nd

Minimum Units to offer 54

Direct Entry students to take GES 101, GES 107, GES 108 and GES 102

 

300 Level

Course No                                              

Course Title                      

Units                   

Status

Semester

GES 103

Government, The Society and The Economy

2

R

2nd

GES 301

Introduction to Entrepreneurial Skills

2

R

1st

Faculty Courses

ASE 305

Professional Practice II

3

C

2nd

CEF 301

History & Policy of Educ. In Nigeria

3

C

1st

CEF 304

Philosophy of Education

3

C

2nd

GCE 302

Measurement & Evaluation

3

C

2nd

Department Courses

STE 302

Research Methods in Education

3

C

2nd

ASE 303

General Principle of Curriculum & Instruction

3

C

1st

STE 353

Introduction to Instructional Technology

3

C

1st

Teaching Method & Content Area II

 

 

 

STE 336

Biology Methods II

3

C

1st

Specialization

BIO 301

Genetics II

3

C

1st

BIO 313

Applied Ecology

3

C

2nd

BIO 305

Molecular Biology I

2

R

1st

BIO 306

General Physiology II

3

R

2nd

BIO307

Evolution

2

R

1st

BIO 308

Parasitology I

2

R

2nd

BIO 309

Taxonomy of Higher Plants and Animals

2

R

1st

MIC 324

Environmental Microbiology

3

R

2nd

MIC 307

Immunology

3

E

1st

MIC 322

Bacteriology

3

E

2nd

ZOO 316

Histology

3

E

1st

ZOO 321

Insect Diversity

3

E

1st

Total Units to offer 48

Direct Entry students to take GES 201, GES 103, GES 106 and GES 301

Direct Entry Minimum Units to offer 51

 

400 Level

Course No                                              

Course Title                      

Units                   

Status

Semester

GES Course

 Nil

-

-

-

Faculty Courses

ASE 405

Professional Practice III

3

C

2nd

CEF 403

Sociology of Education

3

C

1st

GCE 406

Developmental Psychology

3

C

2nd

EME 411

Educational Administration

3

R

1st

CEF 407

Comparative Education

3

E

1st

Department Courses

STE 401

Individual Project

6

C

1st& 2nd

ASE 404

Curriculum Development, Implementation and Revision

3

C

1st

Specialization

BIO 404

Systematic Biology

3

R

2nd

BIO 411

Genetics in Molecular Biology

3

R

1st

BIO 418

Biotechnology

3

R

2nd

BIO 498

Essay

2

R

2nd

BIO 401

Parasitology II

3

E

1st

BIO 413

History of Biology

2

E

2nd

BIO 414

Impact of Biology on Society

2

E

2nd

BIO 415

Environmental Biology

3

E

2nd

ZOO 420

Origin, phylogeny and Biology of Insects

2

E

2nd

ZOO 421

Insect Physiology and Pest Control

3

E

 

ZOO 423

Hydrobiology

2

E

1st

 

Minimum Units to offer 45 Units

Add Electives

Summary:

100 LEVELS      Min. Units = 53

200 LEVELS      Min. Units = 54

300 LEVELS      Min. Units = 48

400 LEVELS      Min. Units = 45

            TOTAL                  = 200

 

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE DEGREE OF EDUCATION IN CHEMISTRY

NOTE:

The minimum units by University Regulations is 40 units

Maximum is 54 units

Students are advised to register for required number of units SPECIFIED by their programme

 

List of courses

B.Sc. (Ed) CHEMISTRY

100 Level

General Courses

Course No                                              

Course Title                      

Units                   

Status

Semester

GES 101

Use of English I

3

C

1st

GES 107

Reproductive Health, Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) and HIV

2

R

2nd

GES 108

Introduction to French

2

R

 

Faculty Course

CEF 102

Introduction to History & Policy of Education

3

C

1st

CEF 103

Sociological & Philo. Foundation of Education

3

C

1st

GCE 101

Psychological Foundations of Education

3

C

1st

SPE 104

Introduction to Special Education

3

R

1st

Department Courses

STE 128

General Science Methods

3

C

2nd

STE 153

Mathematics for the Sciences

3

R

2nd

Specialization

CHE  126

Inorganic Chemistry                                                                

3

C

2nd

CHE  156

Physical Chemistry                                                                   

4

C

1st

CHE  176

Tetravalency of Carbon                                                         

3

C

2nd

CHE  191

Practical Chemistry                                                                 

3

C

1st

CSC  101                                   

Introduction to Computer Science                                   

4

R

1st

MAT  111                                                                

Algebra                                                   

4

R

1st

MAT  141

Analytic Geometry & Mechanics

4

R

2nd

Minimum Units to offer 48

 

200 Level

Course No                                             

Course Title                                                           

Units                   

Status

Semester

GES 201

Use of English II

3

C

1st

GES 103

Govt. Society & Economics

2

R

2nd

GES 106

Philosophy, Logic and Critical Thinking

2

R

2nd

Faculty Courses

ASE 205

Professional Practice I

3

C

2nd

GCE 204

Psychology of Learning

3

C

2nd

GCE 203

Basic Statistics in Education Practices

3

C

1st

Department Courses

STE 202

Instructional Media and Resources

3

C

1st

STE 237

Chemistry Methods I

3

C

1st

Specialization

CHE 218 

  Introductory Analytical Chemistry

3

C

2nd

CHE 226

Inorganic Chemistry II

4

C

2nd

CHE 256

Physical Chemistry II: Thermodynamics and Kinetics

4

C

1st

CHE 276 

 Organic Chemistry II

4

C

1st

ICH 226

Chemical Raw Materials I

3

R

1st

ICH 266

Chemical Raw Materials II

3

R

2nd              

 

Minimum Units to offer 41

Direct Entry students to take GES 101, GES 107, GES 108 and GES 102

 

300 Level                                                                                           

Course No                                              

Course Title                                                           

Units                   

Status

Semester

GES 102

African Culture & Civilization

2

R

2nd

GES 301

Introduction to Entrepreneurial Skills

2

R

2nd

Faculty Courses

ASE 305

Professional Practice II

3

C

2nd

CEF 301

History & Policy of Education in Nigeria

3

C

1st

CEF 304

Philosophy of Education

3

C

2nd

GCE 302

Measurement & Evaluation

3

C

2nd

Department Courses

ASE 303

General Principle of Curriculum & Instruction

3

C

1st

STE 302

Research Methods in Education

3

C

2nd

STE 353

Introduction to Instructional Tech.

3

C

1st

Teaching Method & Content Area II

 

 

 

STE 337

Chemistry Methods II

3

C

1st

Specialization

CHE 326

Inorganic Chemistry III

4

C

2nd

CHE 318                              

Instrumental Methods of Analysis

4

R

2nd

CHE 376

Organic Chemistry III

4

R

1st

ICH 326

Heavy Inorganic Chemicals and Utilisation of Waste

3

R

1st

ICH 366

Petrochemical and Utilisation of Wastes and Industrial Polymers

4

R

2nd       

CHE  356                            

 

Introductory Quantum Chemistry Statistical Thermodynamics

4

R

1st

CHE 358                           

 

Organic and Physical Chemistry of Micro Molecules including Stereo Chemical Principles

3

E

2nd

Minimum Unit to offer 46

Direct Entry students to take GES 201, GES 103, GES 106 and GES 301

 

400 Level

Course No                                              

Course Title                                                           

Units                   

Status

Semester

GES Course

Nil

-

-

-

Faculty Courses

ASE 405

Professional Practice III

3

C

2nd

CEF 403

Sociology of Education

3

C

1st

GCE 406

Developmental Psychology

3

C

2nd

EME 411

Educational Administration

3

R

1st

Department Courses

ASE 404

Curriculum Developments, Implementation & Revision

3

C

1st

STE 401

Individual Project

6

C

1st & 2nd

CEF 407

Comparative Education

3

E

1st

Specialization

CHE 417                                     

Advanced Analytical Chemistry and Applications

4

R

1st

CHE 426                                                                                 

Inorganic Chemistry IV

3

R

2nd

CHE 452                                                                               

Molecular Spectroscopy

3

E

2nd

CHE 458                                                

Symmetry and group theory

3

R

2nd

CHE 472                                                                                  

Pericyclic Reactions, Heterocyclic and Naturally occurring Compound

3

R

1st

Minimum Units to offer 43 units

Add Elective from the faculty

Students must pass a minimum of 9 units out of 16 units required courses in Chemistry

 

Summary:

100 LEVELS      Min. Units = 48

200 LEVELS      Min. Units= 41

300 LEVELS      Min. Units= 46

400 LEVELS      Min. Units= 43

            TOTAL                  = 178

 

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE DEGREE OF EDUCATION IN PHYSICS

NOTE:

The minimum units by University Regulations is 40 units

Maximum is 54 units

Students are advised to register for required number of units SPECIFIED by their programme

List of courses

B.Sc. (Ed) PHYSICS

100 Level

General Courses

Course No                                              

Course Title                                                           

Units                   

Status

Semester

GES 101

Use of English I

3

C

1st

GES 107

Reproductive Health, Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) and HIV

2

R

2nd

GES 108

Introduction to French

2

R

 

Faculty Courses

GCE 101

Psychological Foundations of Education

3

C

1st

CEF 102

Introduction to History & Policy of Education

3

C

1st

CEF 103

Sociological & Philo. Foundation of Education

3

C

1st

SPE 104

Introduction to Special Education

3

R

1st

Department Courses

STE 128

General Science Methods I

3

C

2nd

STE 153

Mathematics for the Sciences

3

R

2nd

Specialization

PHY  102

Introductory Mechanics and Properties of Matter

3

C

1st

PHY  103

Introductory Heat and Thermodynamics

3

C

1st

PHY  104

Introductory Electricity and Magnetism

3

C

2nd                

PHY  105

Introductory Waves, Optics and Modern Physics

3

C

2nd

PHY  118                                                                                              

Experimental Physics I

3

C

2nd

CSC  101

Introduction to Computer Science

4

R

1st

MAT 111

Algebra

4

R

1st

MAT 121

Calculus& Trigonometry

4

R

1st

MAT 141                         

Analytic Geometry & Mechanic

4

R

2nd

Minimum Units offer 50

 

200 Level                    

Course No                                        

Course Title                                                           

Units                   

Status

Semester

GES 201

Use of English II

3

C

1st

GES 103

Govt. Society & Economics

2

R

2nd

GES 106

Philosophy, Logic and Critical Thinking

2

R

2nd

Faculty Courses

ASE 205

Professional Practice I

3

C

2nd

GCE 204

Psychology of Learning

3

C

2nd

GCE 203

Basic Statistics in Education Practices

3

C

1st

Department Courses

STE 202

Instructional Media and Resources

3

C

1st

STE 238

Physics Methods I

3

C

1st

Specialization

PHY 298                       

Experimental Physics II

2

C

1st

PHY 299                       

Experimental Physics III

2

C

2nd

PHY 202                        

Classical Physics I

3

R

1st

PHY 203                        

Elements of Modern Physics

3

R

1st

PHY 205                         

Introductory Electromagnetism and Optics

3

R

2nd

MAT 241

Ordinary Differential Equation

4

R

1st

MAT 242

Vectorial Mechanics

4

R

1st

Minimum Units offer 45

Direct Entry students to offer GES 101, GES 107, GES 108 and GES 102

 

300 Level

Course No                                              

Course Title                                                           

Units                   

Status

Semester

GES 102

African Culture & Civilization

2

R

2nd

GES 301

Introduction to Entrepreneurial Skills

2

R

2nd

Faculty Courses

ASE 305

Professional Practice II

3

C

2nd

CEF 301

History & Policy of Educ. In Nigeria

3

C

1st

CEF 304

Philosophy of Education

3

C

2nd

GCE 302

Measurement & Evaluation

3

C

2nd

Department Courses

ASE 303

General Principle of Curriculum & Instruction

3

C

1st

STE 302

Research Methods in Education

3

C

2nd

STE 353

Introduction to Instructional Tech.

3

C

1st

Teaching Method & Content Area II

 

 

 

STE 338

Physics Methods II

3

C

1st

Specialization

PHY  317                                                                                                    

Vibrations and Waves

2

C

1st

PHY  398                         

Experimental Physics IV

2

C

1st

PHY  399                         

Experimental Physics V

2

C

2nd

PHY 302

Electronics I

2

R

1st

PHY  304                                                                                

Principles of Quantum Physics

2

C

1st

PHY  307                        

Solid State Physics I

2

C

1st

PHY  311                                                                      

Mathematical Methods for Physics I

2

R

1st

PHY  313                                                                            

Introduction to Special Relativity

2

C

2nd

PHY  316                                                                                       

Electronics II

3

R

1st

PHY  308                    

Electromagnetism

2

R

2nd

PHY  312                                                                     

Mathematical Methods for Physics II

2

R

2nd

PHY  309                        

Acoustics                                                                                             

2

E

1st

PHY  310                        

Introduction to Nuclear Physics

2

R

1st

PHY  314                        

Semiconductor Devices

2

E

1st

Minimum Units offer 56

Direct Entry students to take GES 201, GES 103, GES 106 and GES 301

 

400 Level

Course No                                              

Course Title                                                           

Units                   

Status

Semester

GES Courses

Nil

-

-

-

Faculty Courses

ASE 405

Professional Practice III

3

C

2nd

CEF 403

Sociology of Education

3

C

1st

GCE 406

Developmental Psychology

3

C

2nd

EME 411

Educational Administration

3

R

1st

CEF 407

Comparative Education

3

E

1st

Department Courses

ASE 404

Curriculum Developments, Implementation & Revision

3

C

1st

STE 401

Individual Project

6

C

1st& 2nd

Specialization

PHY 497                            

Physics Projects for Teachers

4

C

2nd

PHY 498                            

Experimental Physics VI

2

C

1st

PHY 401                           

Classical Mechanics

2

R

1st

PHY 402                            

Statistical Physics

3

R

1st

PHY 405                            

Principles of Quantum Physics II

3

R

2nd

PHY 407                             

Solid State Physics II

3

R

1st

PHY 409                            

Modern Optics

2

R

1st

PHY 408                             

Electromagnetic Theory

2

E

2nd

PHY 410                            

Nuclear Physics

2

E

1st

PHY 411                             

Introduction to Astrophysics

2

E

2nd

PHY 481                             

Symmetry Principles and Quantum Theory of matter

2

E

2nd

PHY 482                             

Reactors and Health Physics

2

E

2nd

PHY 483                             

Physical Principles of Meteorology

2

E

2nd

PHY 484                             

Ionospheric Physics

2

E

2nd

PHY 485                             

Atmospheric Electricity

2

E

2nd

PHY 486

Geomagnetism

2

E

2nd

PHY 487                            

Collective Processes

2

E

2nd

PHY 488                             

Solid Earth Physics

2

E

2nd

Minimum Units offer 51

Students must pass a minimum of 4 units out of 13 units required courses in Physics

Summary:

 

100 LEVELS      Min. Units = 50

200 LEVELS      Min. Units= 45

300 LEVELS      Min. Units= 56

400 LEVELS      Min. Units= 51

            TOTAL                  = 202

 

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE DEGREE OF EDUCATION IN MATHEMATICS

NOTE:

The minimum units by University Regulations is 40 units

Maximum is 54 units

Students are advised to register for required number of units SPECIFIED by their programme

 

List of courses

B.Sc. (Ed) MATHEMATICS

100 Level

General Courses

Course No                                              

Course Title                                                           

Units                   

Status

Semester

GES 101

Use of English I

3

C

1st

GES 107

Reproductive Health, Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) and HIV

2

R

2nd

GES 108

Introduction to French

2

R

 

Faculty Courses

GCE 101

Psychological Foundations of Education

3

C

1st

CEF 102

Introduction to History & Policy of Education

3

C

1st

CEF 103

Sociological & Philo. Foundation of Education

3

C

1st

SPE 104

Introduction to Special Education

3

R

1st

Department Courses

STE 133

Mathematics Methods I

3

C

1st

STE 153

Mathematics for the Sciences

3

R

2nd

Specialization

MAT 111                                                                                  

Algebra

4

R

1st

MAT 121                                                   

Calculus and Trigonometry

4

R

1st

MAT 141      

Analytical Geometry & Mechanics                                

4

R

2nd

STA 114

General Statistics

2

R

1st

STA 115

Introduction to Probability Theory 1                                                                     

4

R

2nd

STA 121                                                                 

Statistical Inference

4

R

1st

Minimum Units to offer 45

Students must pass a minimum of 4 units out of 12 units required courses in Mathematics

 

200 Level

Course No                                              

Course Title                                                           

Units                   

Status

Semester

GES 201

Use of English II

3

C

1st

GES 103

Govt. Society & Economics

2

R

2nd

GES 106

Philosophy, Logic and Critical thinking

2

R

2nd

Faculty Courses

ASE 205

Teaching Observation

3

C

2nd

GCE 204

Psychology of Learning

3

C

2nd

GCE 203

Basic Statistics in Education Practices

3

R

 

Department Courses

STE 202

Instructional Media and Resources

3

C

1st

STE 233

Mathematics Methods II

3

C

1st

Specialization

MAT 211

Abstract Algebra

4

R

1st

MAT 212

Linear Algebra

4

R

2nd

MAT 221

Real Analysis I

4

R

1st

MAT 222

Real Analysis II

4

R

2nd

MAT 241

Ordinary Differential Equation

4

R

1st

MAT 242

Vectorial Mechanic

4

R

2nd

STA 221         

Statistical Inference

2

R

1st

MAT 251     

Numerical Analysis Theories, Practical

4

E

1st

MAT 256    

Modelling 1

4

E

2nd

Minimum Units offer 46

Direct Entry students to take GES 101, GES 107, GES 108 and GES 102

Students must pass a minimum of 12 units out of 24 units required courses in Mathematics

 

300 Level

Course No                                              

Course Title                                                           

Units                   

Status

Semester

GES 102

African Culture & Civilization

2

R

2nd

GES 301

Introduction to Entrepreneurial Skills

2

R

2nd

Faculty Courses

ASE 305

Professional Practice II

3

C

2nd

CEF 301

History & Policy of Educ. In Nigeria

3

C

1st

CEF 304

Philosophy of Education

3

C

2nd

GCE 302

Measurement & Evaluation

3

C

2nd

Department Courses

ASE 303

General Principle of Curriculum & Instruction

3

C

1st

STE 302

Research Methods in Education

3

C

2nd

STE 353

Introduction to Instructional Tech.

3

C

1st

STE 333

Mathematics Methods III

3

C

1st

Specialization

MAT 311

Groups and Rings

4

R

1st

MAT 321

Real Analysis III

4

R

1st

MAT 322

Real Analysis IV

4

R

2nd

MAT 341

Mathematics Methods I

4

R

1st

MAT 342

Mathematics Methods II

4

R

2nd

STA 322                                                                                     

Regression and ANOVA

4

R

2nd

ETR 301

Entrepreneur and Basic Innovation

3

E

1st

MAT 323                                                             

Complex analyses

4

E

1st

MAT 343

Vector and Tensors

4

E

 

 

Minimum Units to offer 52

Direct Entry students to take GES 201, GES 103, GES 106 and GES 301

Students must pass a minimum of 12 units out of 20 units required courses in Mathematics

 

400 Level

Course No                                              

Course Title                                                           

Units                   

Status

Semester

GES Courses

Nil

-

-

-

Faculty Courses

ASE 405

Professional Practice III

3

C

2nd

CEF 403

Sociology of Education

3

C

1st

GCE 406

Developmental Psychology II

3

C

2nd

EME 411

Educational Administration

3

R

1st

CEF 407

Comparative Education

3

E

1st

Department Courses

STE 401

Individual Project

6

C

1st& 2nd

ASE 404

Curriculum Developments, Implementation & Revision

3

C

1st

Specialization

MAT 401

Advance Algebra I

4

R

1st

MAT 403

Topology I

4

R

1st

MAT 405

Advance Analysis I

4

R

1st

MAT 410

Ordinary Differential & Integral Equation

4

R

2nd

MAT 411

Partial Differential Equation.

4

R

1st

STA 324                                    

Survey Methods and Sampling Theory

3

R

2nd

MAT 402                                                

Advance Algebra II

4

E

2nd

MAT 403

Topology II

4

E

1st

MAT 406                                                             

Advance Analysis II

4

E

2nd

Minimum units to offer 44

Add elective from the faculty

Students must pass a minimum of 8 units out of 20 units required courses in Mathematics

Summary:

100 LEVELS      Min. Units= 48

200 LEVELS      Min. Units= 46

300 LEVELS      Min. Units= 52

400 LEVELS      Min. Units=44

            TOTAL                  = 190

 

BACHELOR DEGREE OF EDUCATION IN EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY

NOTE:

The minimum units by University Regulations is 40 units

Maximum is 54 units

Students are advised to register for required number of units SPECIFIED by their programme

 

BACHELOR DEGREE OF EDUCATION IN EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY

List of courses

B.Ed. EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY

General Courses

 

Course No

Title

Status

Units

Semester

 

100 Level

 

 

 

CEF 102

CEF 103

STE 161

STE 162

CSC 101

GCE 101

GES 101

 

STE 142

STE 163

STE 164

STE 165

GES 107

 

SPE 104

Introduction to the History & Policy of Education

Sociology & Philosophical Foundation of Education

History of Educational Technology

Introduction to the psychology of Media and Technology

Introduction to Computing

Psychological Foundation of Education

Use of English

Teaching Subject Courses from cognate departments Computer Science Methods I

Introduction to Computer in Education

Introduction to Instructional Communication

Delivery Systems for Education and Training

Reproductive Health, Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) and HIV

Introduction to Special Education                  

C

C

C

R

R

C

C

C

    C

R

C

E

C

 

R

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

12

    3

3

3

3

2

 

3

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

       2

2

2

2

2

 

1

 

 

200 Level

 

 

 

ASE 205

STE 261

GCE 203

CSC 102

STE 262

STE 263

STE 202

GCE 204

 

GES 102

STE 264

STE 265

STE 266

GES 201

Professional Practice I

Educational Technology Methods I and Any other one

Basic statistics in Education Practice

Introduction to programming

Graphic Designs

Photography and Video production in Education I

Instructional Media and Resources

Psychology of Learning

 

African Culture & Civilization

Introduction of programmed Learning

Introduction to Still Projection

Instructional Design and Development

Use of English II

Teaching Subject Course from cognate departments                                              

C

C

C

R

R

C

C

C

 

C

R

E

C

     C

C

3

6

3

3

3

3

3

3

 

    2

3

3

3

3

9

1

1

1

1

1

1

2

2

 

2

2

2

2

      2

2

 

300 Level

 

 

 

CEF 301

ASE 303

ASE 305

 

STE 361

STE 362

STE 363

CSC 301

 

STE 302

CEF 304

STE 353

GCE 302

STE 364

STE 365

STE 366

STE 367

GES 301

GES 103

History and Policy of Education in Nigeria

Introduction to Curriculum

Professional Practice II

 

Educational Technology Methods II and Any other one

Computer Graphic Designs

Photography and Video production in Education II

Computer centre Management

Teaching Subject Courses

Research Methods

Philosophy of Education

Introduction to Instructional Technology

Measurements & Evaluation on Education Practice

Modeling Techniques

Educational Radio and Audio Media

Management of Audio-Visual Communication Programme

Introduction to Research in Educational Technology

Introduction to Entrepreneurial Skills

Government Society & Economics

C

C

C

 

C

R

R

E

C

C

C

C

C

R

C

R

E

C

R

3

3

3

 

6

3

3

3

9

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

2

 

1

1

1

 

1

1

1

1

1

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

400 Level

 

 

 

STE 401

CEF 403

ASE 404

ASE 405

CEF 407

EME 411

STE 461

STE 462

 

STE 463

 

STE 464

 

STE 465

STE 466

 

STE 467

GCE 406

Individual project (Education)

Sociology of education

Curriculum Development Implication & revision

Professional Practices III

Comparative Education

Basic Concepts in Educational Planning and Administration

Curriculum Design in Educational Technology

Information Communication Technologies (ICTs) in Education

Establishing and Managing of Educational Resources

Teaching Subject Course

Management and Integration of Computers in Instruction and Education

Educational Television and Interactive Video

Production of Educational Motion Pictures, Animation and Cartooning

Educational application of World Wide Web (www)

Developmental Psychology

C

C

C

C

E

E

C

 

R

R

C

 

R

C

 

C

E

C

6

3

3

3

3

3

3

 

3

3

9

 

3

3

 

3

3

    3

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

 

1

1

1

 

2

2

 

2

2

       1

NOTE: Select GES courses appropriate to teaching subject

Social Sciences: GES 103/105/106

Science: GES 102/103/106

Arts: GES 104/105

 

Summary:

100 LEVEL     Min. Units = 48

200 LEVEL     Min. Units = 47

300 LEVEL     Min. Units = 53

400 LEVEL     Min. Units = 51

            TOTAL                  = 199

 

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE DEGREE OF EDUCATION IN COMPUTER

 

NOTE:

The minimum units by University Regulations is 40 units

Maximum is 54 units

Students are advised to register for required number of units SPECIFIED by their programme

 

List of courses

B.Sc. (Ed) COMPUTER

General Courses

COURSE NUMBER

TITLE

STATUS

UNITS

SEMESTER

 

100 Level: 1st Semester

 

 

 

CEF 102

Introduction to the History and Policy of Education

C

3

1

CEF 103

Sociology and Philosophical Foundation of Education

C

3

1

SPE 104

Introduction to Special Education

R

3

1

MAT 111

Algebra

R

4

1

STA 112

Probability I

R

4

1

MAT 121

Calculus and Geometry

R

4

1

GCE 101

Psychological Foundation of Education

C

3

1

GES 101

Use of English I

C

3

1

PHY  104

Introductory Electricity and Magnetism

C

3

2nd

PHY  105

Introductory Waves, Optics and Modern Physics

C

3

2nd

PHY  102

Introductory Mechanics and Properties of Matter

C

3

1st

 

 

 

 

 

 

2nd Semester

 

 

 

STE 128

General Science Methods

C

3

2

STE 142

Computer Science Methods I

C

3

2

CSC 103

Introduction to Programming

C

4

 

CSC 102

Introduction to Computing

C

4

2

STA 121

Statistical Inference I

R

4

2

MAT 141

Analytical Geometry and Mechanics

R

3

2

GES 107

Reproductive health, Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) and HIV

C

3

2

 

 

 

19

 

 

Total

 

55

 

 

200 Level: 1st Semester

 

 

 

ASE 205

Professional Practice I

C

3

1

STE 242

Computer Science Methods II

C

3

1

GCE 203

Basic Statistics in Education Practice

R

3

1

CSC 231

Scientific Programming

C

3

1

CSC 233

Programming and Algorithms

R

4

1

CSC 291

Elementary Data Processing

C

3

1

MAT 213

Algebra

R

4

1

GES 201

Use of English II

C

3

1

 

 

 

26

 

 

200  Level: 2nd Semester

 

 

 

STE 202

Instructional Media Resources

C

3

2

STE 201-299

One Teaching Methodology

R

3

2

GCE 204

Psychology of Learning

C

3

2

CSC 234

Assembly Language Programming

R

3

2

CSC 272

Information Management Systems

C

3

2

GES 102

African culture and civilization

C

3

 

GES 106

Philosophy, Logic and Critical thinking

C

3

 

 

 

 

21

 

 

 

Total

47

 

 

300 Level: 1st Semester

 

 

 

STE 353

Introduction to Instructional Technology 

C

3

1

CEF 301

History and Policy of Education in Nigeria

C

3

1

STE 303

General Principles of Curriculum & Instruction

C

3

1

ASE 305

Professional Practice II

C

3

1

STE 342

Computer Science Methods III

C

3

1

CSC 311

Digital Computer Logic Design

E

3

1

CSC 321

Computer Operating System I

C

3

1

CSC 332

Survey of Programming Languages

R

3

1

CSC 341

Data Structures

R

3

1

GES 301

Introduction to Entrepreneurial Skills

C

2

1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

29

 

 

300 Level: 2nd Semester

 

 

 

CEF 304

Philosophy of Education

C

3

2

GCE 302

Measurement and Evaluation on Education Practice

C

3

2

CSC 301

Computer Centre Management

R

3

2

CSC 302

Systems Analysis

E

3

2

CSC 312

Computer Hardware

E

3

2

CSC 337

Introduction to Human Computer Interaction

R

3

2

CSC 382

Web Development

C

3

2

CSC 391

File Management

E

3

2

GES 103

Government, Society and Economy

C

2

2

STE 302

Research Methods

C

3

2

 

 

 

29

 

 

Total

 

58

 

 

400 Level: 1st Semester

 

 

 

STE 401

Individual Project

C

4

¬Ĺ

CEF 402

Sociology of Education

C

3

1

STE 404

Curriculum Development Implication & Revision

C

3

1

STE 405

Professional Practice II

C

3

1

CEF 407

Comparative Education

E

3

1

CSC 411

Microcomputer & Microprocessor

E

3

1

CSC 421

Computer Operating Systems II

R

3

1

CSC 472

Database

R

3

1

GCE 406

Developmental Psychology

R

3

1

 

 

 

28

 

 

400 Level: 2nd Semester

 

 

 

CSC 422

Information Theory and Computer Communications Systems

R

3

2

CSC 475

Introduction to Software Engineering

E

3

2

CSC 495

Project

C

6

2

EME 411

 

 

 

 

 

Total

 

40

 

 

 

DEPARTMENTAL AND FACULTY COURSES

CEF     102                        Early Childhood and Educational Foundations Department 

CEF     103                        Early Childhood and Educational Foundations Department 

SPE     104                        Special Education

STE     128                        Science and Technology Education Department 

STE     202                        Science and Technology Education Department     

GCE    203                        Guidance and Counseling Department  

GCE    204                        Guidance and Counseling Department

ASE     205                        Arts and Social Sciences Department

CEF     301                        Early Childhood and Educational Foundations Department 

STE     303                        Science and Technology Education Department 

CEF     304                        Early Childhood and Educational Foundations Department 

ASE     305                        Arts and Social Sciences Department

GCE    302                        Guidance and Counselling Department

STE     302                        Science and Technology Education Department

ASE     404                        Arts and Social Sciences Department

ASE     405                        Arts and Social Sciences Department

CEF     407                        Early Childhood and Educational Foundations Department 

EME    411                        Educational Management Department

STE     228                        Science and Technology Education Department

STE     133                        Science and Technology Education Department

STE     233                        Science and Technology Education Department

STE     237                        Science and Technology Education Department

STE     238                        Science and Technology Education Department

STE     236                        Science and Technology Education Department

STE     336                        Science and Technology Education Department

STE     337                        Science and Technology Education Department

STE     338                        Science and Technology Education Department

STE     333                        Science and Technology Education Department

STE     353                        Science and Technology Education Department

 

 

 

UNDERGRADUATE COURSES DESCRIPTION

  1. Foundation/ Curriculum Courses

Course No.                Title and Description of courses

 

CEF 102                      Introduction to the History and Policy of Education

This is an introduction course on history and policy of education from the classical era of Plato and Aristotle to the present time. Emphasis shall be on the relative roles of the home, the school, the church and the state in the development of educational policies and practices; the process of education; the main factors influencing or retarding the development of education at all levels.

3 Units, Required.

 

CEF 103                      Introduction to Sociological and Philosophical Foundations of Education

The course is in two sections. The first section describes the origin of social living and the nature of the society we live in. it looks at sociology from the point of view of what sociologist do as a subject that studies society. Emphasis is placed on the importance of the study of sociology to the practice of education. The second section deals with the meaning and scope of philosophy of education and the influence of this on the development of a philosophy of Nigerian education.

3 Units, Required.      

 

SPE 104                      Introduction to Special Education:

General orientation to the field of Special Education, definitions, foundations, personnel, Educational implications of gifted, emotional disturbance, respirators, disorders and other crippling conditions in children. Issues and Trends, with practical experience and guidelines to regular classroom teachers in Nigeria.

 

ASE 205                     Professional Teaching Practice I

For at least some of the students, this is an initiation into the institutional and instructional dimensions of teaching as a profession. All students concerned learn (By Observing) how to teach particular subjects, manage classroom and perform other functions of a good and professionally qualified teacher.

3 Units, Compulsory

 

 

CEF 301                      History and Policy of Education in Nigeria

This course examines the nature and practice of education in the preliterate Nigerian society and the contributions of the Islamic education. It treats in detail, the development of western formal education with specific reference to the roles of the missionaries and the impact of colonial educational ordinances and educational development. An analysis of the post-independence development and reforms of education at all levels are also discussed, especially the current National Policy on Education; its evolution, implementation, problems and implications for future national development.

3 Units, Required.

 

STE 303                      General Principles of Curriculum and Instruction

A detailed analysis of the determinants of curriculum and the rationale for curriculum development and reform. A discussion of the process of curriculum design, development and reform. The rational for the various types of curriculum organization as well as principles of selecting and organizing learning experiences. The role and types of teaching methods e.g. discussion, case study, problem solving inquiry etc and evaluation of classroom instruction.

3 Units, Compulsory.

 

CEF 304                      Philosophy of Education

The meaning and scope of philosophy and philosophy of education. The teacher and the concept making. Some concept of man, knowledge and values and their place in educational goal-setting and practice, from classical to modern periods. A philosophical examination of some concepts e.g. discipline, teaching, learning, freedom, justice, responsibilities etc will be examined in relation to our philosophy of education as stated in the National Policy on Education, bearing in mind the quality of educational goal-setting in Nigeria. That is, knowledge acquisition as well as development of positive national outlook.

3 Units, Compulsory.

 

ASE 305                     Professional Practice II

Further practical experience on how to teach particular subjects,

manage a classroom and performing the other functions of a good

teacher (Pre-requisite is ASE 205).

3 Units, Compulsory.

 

STE 401                      Individual Project

All part IV students in the department will undertake a project in their major teaching subject. The idea is to provide students with an opportunity to test ideas, experiment with materials, put knowledge to work, secure first-hand information etc.

6 Units, Compulsory.

CEF 403                      Sociology of Education

The nature of the field of sociology of education as a branch system in relation to the field of education. A detailed study of the family as basic institution in the society and the relationship between the family and education. The role of peer groups and the community in education. The school as a social organization and the socio-economic status will be examined. Emphasis will be on clinical methods of social therapy in the school system.

3 Units, Compulsory.

 

ASE404                      Curriculum Development, Implementation and Revision

Curriculum development, stages/steps in curriculum development, major models of curriculum development; linear model, cyclic model, chain model. Government machinery for curriculum process, problem in determining a suitable curriculum; External ‚Äď internal needs for teacher education, factors affecting implementation; the old and new national policy on education.

3 Units, Compulsory.

 

ASE 405                     Professional Practice III

Students now consolidate on previous teaching practice experiences. Pre-requisite is ASE 305.

3 Units, Compulsory.

 

  1. Science Education Courses

 

STE 128                      General Science Methods I

The Science syllabus in integrated science, biology, chemistry and physics. The practice leaning situation. Preparing for science lesson, classroom management, evaluation of science teaching and learning, microteaching session and school observation, course evaluation.

3 Units, Compulsory.

 

STE 133                      Mathematics Methods I

  1. The main concepts of basic numeracy, presented through the experience of handing concrete materials and structured apparatus.
  2. A critical assessment of the mathematical attainment, concept formation and attitudes which are transferred from primary to secondary.

3 Units, Compulsory for specialists in this subject

 

STE 153                      Basic Mathematics for Education Students

This is post senior secondary school enrichment course in fundamental ideas of mathematics. Content: functions, mappings, graphs equations by deductive and interactive methods, introductory calculus, introductory modern geometry, probability trigonometry.

3 units, elective (not for students offering mathematics).

 

STE 228                      General Science Methods II

Principles of Science Instruction I. Resources for science instruction. Evaluation of science teaching and learning, including continuous assessment.

Pre-requisite STE 128.

3 Units, Elective (not for students offering mathematics).

 

STE 233                      Mathematics Methods II

(a)The teaching strategies at school level. The introductory teaching of selected topics. The traditional/modern debate. Pre-requisite STE 133.

3 Units Compulsory for specialists in this subject.

 

STE 236                      Biology Methods I

Developing a point of view in biology teaching. Structure and epistemological foundations of biology and implications for teaching. Strategies and problems of teaching the biological science I. Resources for biology teaching. Evaluation of biology teaching and learning, including continuous assessment. Pre-requisite STE 128.

3 Units Compulsory for specialists in this subject.

 

STE 237                      Chemistry Methods I

Developing a point of view in chemistry teaching. Structure and epistemological foundations of biology and implications for teaching. Strategies and problems of teaching the chemistry I. Resources for chemistry teaching. Evaluation of chemistry teaching and learning, including continuous assessment. Pre-requisite STE 128.

3 Units Compulsory for specialists in this subject.

 

STE 238                      Physics Methods I

Developing a point of view in physics teaching. Structure and epistemological foundations of physical and implications for teaching. Strategies and problems of teaching physics 1 Resources for physics teaching I. Evaluation of physics teaching and learning, including continuous assessment. Pre-requisite STE 128.

3 Units, compulsory for specialist in this subject.

 

STE 328                      General Science Methods III

Principles of Science Instruction II. Resources for science instruction II. Laboratory management. School science curricula and organizations.

Pre-requisite STE 228.

3 Units, Compulsory for specialist in this subject.

 

STE 333                      Mathematics Methods III

Principles of syllabus construction. Problems of the O-level drop out. The teaching of selected senior secondary school mathematics examination topics. Pre-requisite STE 233.

3 Units, Compulsory for specialist in the subject.

 

STE 336                      Biology Methods II

Strategies of teaching the biological science; this covers the advanced course work in school biology ‚Äď the practice of ecology, genetics, evolution and agriculture (as pointed out in modern Biology). There is need to acquire reasonable understanding of the topics in order to know how to teach them. Pre-requisite STE 236.

3 Units, Compulsory for specialist in the subject.

 

STE 337                      Chemistry Methods II

Strategies of Teaching chemistry II. Resources for chemistry teaching and chemistry laboratory management. School chemistry curricula. Chemistry organisations. Pre-requisite STE 237

3 Units, Compulsory for specialist in the subject.

 

STE 338                      Physics Methods II

Strategies of teaching physics II. Resources for physics teaching and laboratory management. School physics curricula. Physics organisations. Pre-requisite STE 238.

  1. Units, compulsory for specialist in the subject.

                                   

  1. Educational Technology Courses

 

STE 353                      Introduction to Instructional Technology

Explanation of the concept of instructional technology. Instructional systems. Programmed instruction ‚Äď origins, characteristics and paradigms. Educational media and presentation variables. Systems approach to teaching and learning procedure. Instructional technology and national development.

3 Units, Elective.