Available courses

The aim of this course is to give the beginning students a conceptual understanding of empirical social research, and the logic of scientific approach. It will also focus on the nature of social research, the importance of social research, research problem formulation, and ethics in social research.

This course explores the field of demography in relation to other social sciences; sources of data and methods of demographic analysis; analysis of population size; composition and distribution; implications of population growth, problems of population in Africa, issues of population policy. 

In this course, students will learn not only about advertising as an institution. They will also learn about the theory and practice of public relations, laws and ethics of advertising and public relations in society. This course is designed to provide students with an intimate knowledge of the laws and ethics governing the professions of advertising and public relations. The content of the course will challenge to think critically about the economics and social issues in advertising and public relations. At the end of this course, students will be familiar with the course content and meet their expectations through classroom activities/discussions, class projects/exercises, examinations/writing assignments and class presentations.


In this course, students will learn not only about advertising as an institution. They will also learn about the theory and practice of public relations, laws and ethics of advertising and public relations in society. This course is designed to provide students with an intimate knowledge of the laws and ethics governing the professions of advertising and public relations. The content of the course will challenge to think critically about the economics and social issues in advertising and public relations. At the end of this course, students will be familiar with the course content and meet their expectations through classroom activities/discussions, class projects/exercises, examinations/writing assignments and class presentations.


A survey of the theoretical constructs and research findings of human behaviour in work organizations such as; business and government enterprise, especially individual behaviour and motivation, dyadic relations and small group behaviours.


At the end of the course the students should be able to

1.      Identify the noble gases

2.      Write the electronic structure of Hydrogen

3.      List the general properties of Group 1A and Group 2A elements

4.      Identify of Boron, carbon, silicon and nitrogen  and phosphorous oxygen and sulphor from the periodic table.

5.      Identify (a) the Halogen (b) transitional element

6.      To separate metal coordination chemistry

7.      State ligand and crystal field theories

8.      To introduce radiochemistry/radioactivity and periodic table  


This course exposes the students to solutions of differential equation and the likes

·        Geology and evolution of Precambrian domains and rocks, with special reference to Africa.

·        The Nigerian Precambrain

·        Radiometric age determination