Available courses

PHY 477 is Physics/Electronics course with focus on; fundamentals, principles,
applications and instrumentation. We begin with electronic component identification,
testing and measurement using Voltmeter, Ammeter, Oscilloscopes, etc. How to use the
signal generators, Oscilloscopes, and other instruments/equipment related to the designed
experiments will be discussed. Thereafter, we go into soldering technique, circuit design/
modification using Proteus software. Then, circuit implementation and practical
experiments will begin. Students submit their practical report at the end of each class to
the Lecturer/Demonstrator for assessment and grading. A mini-project will be given to
students to work on which is a prerequisite for passing the course.

MATLAB Applications; Mechanics, Electricity, Alternating current, Thermodynamics,
electronics, etc., signal processing, imaging, mapping, computation, numerical methods.

PHY 373 is Physics/Electronics course with focus on; fundamentals, principles,
applications and instrumentation. We begin with electronic component
identification, testing and measurement using Voltmeter, Ammeter,
Oscilloscopes, etc. How to use the signal generators, Oscilloscopes, and other
instruments/equipment related to the designed experiments will be discussed.
Thereafter, we go into soldering technique, circuit implementation and practical
experiments will begin. Students submit their practical report at the end of each
class to the Lecturer/Demonstrator for assessment and grading. A mini-project
will be given to students to work on which is a prerequisite for passing the
course.

An overview of the main features of MATLAB, Variable and functions, basic
arithmetic operators, intrinsic functions, Matrices and Arrays, Graphical user interface, Desktop
tools and development environment, Graphics, programming: 2D and 3D visualization and
applications in single processing, imaging, mapping, etc. At the end of the Lecture, students are expected to solve life related mathematical problem with MATLAB,  data analysis and visualization

PHY 235 is an introductory course module focused on Introduction to Astronomy and Astrophysics, Cosmology: Origin of the Universe and life, Satellite Communication, Introduction to Atmospheric Science, Space Environment, Basic principle and dynamics of spacecraft systems; Aero/Astrodynamics and Rocket Engineering. Space law and Business enterprises, and lots more. At the end of the Lecture,students are expected to know what a solar system is all about, the stellar bodies and remnant, origin of life and how we come to an existence. Also, astrophysical events like star formation, life cycle of stellar objects, Big bang etc will be disussed.

Economics is the social science that studies how people interact with value; in particular, the production, distribution, and consumption of goods and services. Economics focuses on the behaviour and interactions of economic agents and how economies work


The history of economic thought is the study of the philosophies of the different thinkers and theories in the subjects that later became political economy and economics, from the ancient world to the present day in the 21st Century.


International economics is concerned with the effects upon economic activity from international differences in productive resources and consumer preferences and the international institutions that affect them.