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Available courses

The course aims to help educators establish or improve their own online or blended teaching practices and develop a working understanding of successful online teaching strategies.

Participants will:

  • learn strategies and best practices to help plan, develop and teach using online technologies
  • learn how best to engage and motivate students within online learning environments and activities
  • learn how to manage time when teaching online
  • learn strategies for planning assessments, grading student work and providing effective feedback in online learning environments
  • experience firsthand, what it is like to be an online learner as part of the process of becoming an online educator

The goal of this course is intended to provide the student with advanced knowledge and skill in computer technology.

GENERAL OBJECTIVES: On completion of this course, the student should be able to: 

  • Understand the concepts of microprogramming 
  • Develop a structured approach to Microcomputer Programme. 
  • Know facilities for system development 
  • Know how to use the computer in real-time control applications 
  • Be able to link the computer with the peripherals and controlled loads 
  • Understand how the computer can be used to control motors and other inductive loads 
  • Know how the computer can be used in analog-to-digital and digital-to-analog conversions.

Course Introduction and Description

Principle of Economics (BFN112) is fundamentally an introductory course which partly covers

Economics theory (Micro-Economics). The study guide will give you an over view of

Economics as a distinct field of study and its various definitions. Other topics covered include

the subject matter of Economics and basic Economics problems, the methodology of Economics

science, Theory of Demand and Supply and Elasticity. Theory of Production, market structure

price and output under perfect competition and monopoly were equally discussed as well as

business organisations which include sole proprietorship and partnership. Cooperative forms of

business and limited liability companies were also discussed in the last module.

Course Prerequisites

To qualify for ND Accountancy, you are expected to have the following O’ level requirements:

English Language (not Literature in English) and Mathematics and any three subjects from the



Business Methods/Business Studies

Principles of Accounts/Book Keeping

Literature in English


Course introduction and description

This course, Elements of Public Administration, is intended to provide you with an

introduction to basic principles of Public Administration and how these principles are

translated into administrative practices at the organisational and governmental levels in

Nigeria. It will enable you to explore the historical development of public administration

to gain an insight into past antecedents and events that shaped the context of the study.

This course will enable you to get a clear understanding of similarities and difference

between business and public administration as a field of practice. It will further expose you

knowing the environmental factors that influence the practice of the discipline as an

attempt to equip you with the knowledge of its existence and how to be guided against its

negative influence.

We shall also be examining the basic principles of personnel practice as this will equip you

on how to direct, organise and coordinate human resources in both public and private

institution. It is also important to know the various forms of controls in administration to

limit the exposure of specific environmental hazards to its practice. Also, you will be

exposed to the principles of bureaucracy to promote administrative efficiency and to know

how it works in Nigerian public institutions helping large number of people work together

to achieve organisational goals and objectives.

In addition, you will get to know the various administrative reforms in Nigeria as an

essential strategy of change to make public institution function better and improve delivery

of services to the society. Finally, you will learn about the indigenisation policy in Nigeria

to have an understanding of the need to encourage indigenes to participate in the economic

affairs of Nigeria.

Course prerequisites

You are required to have the following to be qualified for this course.

i. 5 credits in "O" level certificate

ii. Satisfactory level of English proficiency

iii. Basic Computer Operations proficiency

iv. Online interaction proficiency

v. Web 2.0 and Social media interactive skills



The course “Theories of Administration” is a first semester course for you (students) that are

offering ND in Public Administration. This course is designed to make you understand issues

related to how to ensure optimum utilisation of human and material resources and the general

principles guiding the affairs of organisation. Equally and specifically, important issues

relating to leadership, communication, motivation, and other fundamentals of administration

are also introduced in other to expose you and broaden your understanding on the subject


Course Description

The aim of this course on Theories of Administration is to explore and explain basic

fundamentals of administration in organizations. This is done to broaden your knowledge on

the issues of organization, leadership, communication and so forth. During this course you

will learn about different aspect and theories related to administration.


You are required to have the following to be qualified for this course.

i. 5 credits in "O" level certificate

ii. Satisfactory level of English proficiency

iii. Basic Computer Operations proficiency

iv. Online interaction proficiency

v. Web 2.0 and Social media interactive skills