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General overview of lecture: The course introduces some fundamental concepts in Kinematical and mathematical problems—circulation of pulse, blood pressure and volume changes. The heart and blood surface tension effect. Temperature and heat flow/electricity, electrocardiograms, general radiation linear energy transfer and radiation measurement, radiation damage-detection and safety, X-ray generation and application radioisotopes production, use and disposal.


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This course is an advanced treatment microeconomics. It is basically a mathematical treatment of microeconomic theories of consumer’s demand and the theories of the firm. It also looks at the different models of the market and a movement from partial to general equilibrium analysis of the economy.


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This course is a study of the economic history and the structure of Nigeria economy. It will start with an overview of the activities from the pre-colonial era to the colonial and the post-colonial period. The structure and contribution of some sectors will be analyses with the aim of proffering policy measures towards ensuring the growth of the sectors. Specifically, some of the topics to treat include: the meaning of structure of an economy and Nigerian economy; the…
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As Humans, we are diverse and sometimes our differences make it challenging for us to get along with one another. This course is designed to examine how the presence of other people influences the behaviour of individuals and groups, and how social factors can determine whether human behaviour tends toward conflict or harmony.


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Change is an integral part of human existence as evidence in the evolution of every human society in history going through different stages of growth and development. These growths are results of Man’s interaction with the environment in order to improve his living condition brought significant transformation to cultural norms and values which in turn alter the behavioural patterns of individuals and groups in every given human society with profound social consequences. This course is designed to explore…
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As an introduction to general psychology, the science of human mind and behaviour, this course will examine the relationship between the functioning of social systems and the behaviour and attitude of individuals. The reasons why individuals behave in particular way will be exhaustively examined along with such things as definition of psychology, genetic & environmental influences as well as causes of behaviour, perception, impression formation, personality traits, accuracy of judgement, deception and human aggression.


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This course is designed to activate students’ sociological imagination in order to have a solid foundation in sociology as well as equip them with the knowledge that there are different kinds of people in the world who do not necessarily think the way they do in order to increase their willingness and ability to try to see the world from other people’s perspectives thereby, preparing them to live and work in an increasingly diverse and integrated world.


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This course is intended to give the students an in-depth knowledge of Entrepreneurship development in relation to writing implementable business plans and feasibility studies, nature of cooperative societies and models of wealth creation, sustainability strategies, financial/ investment intelligence and international business will be form the nucleus of this development..


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This course is concerned with the concepts and practice of programming languages. The focus is on general programming language concepts such as binding, type checking, and parameter passing. The implementation of these concepts in different languages will be examined. The course will also focus on different programming paradigms: procedural, object-oriented, and functional programming, combining both procedural and object-oriented features with varying design goals.


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This course is concerned with the application of the general techniques of programming using any object oriented programming language. In this course, students will learn some basic structures of the Java programming language that can be applied to diverse areas of human endeavour.


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This course is intended to give the students a thorough knowledge of compiler design techniques and tools for modern computer programming languages. This course covers advanced topics such as data-flow analysis and control-flow analysis, code generation and program analysis and optimization.


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The course introduces some fundamental concepts in automata theory and formal languages including grammar, finite automaton, regular expression, formal language, pushdown automaton, and Turing machine. Not only do they form basic models of computation, they are also the foundation of many branches of computer science, e.g. compilers, software engineering, concurrent systems, etc. The properties of these models will be studied and various rigorous techniques for analyzing and comparing them will be discussed, by using both formalism and examples.


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This course examines the media of mass communication as a social institution with particular attention to pertinent sociological concepts, themes and problems. The role and relationship of the mass media vis-avis major social institutions is also explored. Emphasis in the course is focused on the sociology and professionalism of mass media communicators, mass media contents and the issue of cultural imperialism of mass media dependency; internal dynamics and control of mass media organisations and mass communication politics. The role of…
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Students will learn the general principles of public relations. The course will teach PR’s history, development and growth abroad and in Nigeria, and examine its role in different kinds of organizations. The fundamental theories of persuasion and public opinion as related to PR practice will also be taught.


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In this course, students are expected to be well grounded in the art of writing editorials for the print media, It teaches student to harness their critical and analytic potentials to write on topical issues which can bring about national transformation. In addition, students will learn the principles behind an editorial, structure of an editorial, how to write an editorial among others. They will be engaged in writing lots of editorials and analyzing critical case studies from various…
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Learning Outcomes: The underlying objectives of the Communication Principles course taught at the EUI are as follows: At the end of this course, the students should be able:
1.) To identify and describe appropriately the basis of communication in engineering.
2.) To define modulation and differentiate between Analogue and Digital Modulation (AM and FM) in communication engineering.
3.) To calculate modulation index, transmitted power and efficiency of modulated signals.
4.) To differentiate between FDM and TDM.
5.) To identify transmission…
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General overview of lecture:This is a survey course which provides an overview of current
applications of computational techniques in life science laboratories. It discusses the most
important strategies and resources for annotation of biological sequences on the internet, their
judicious application and the interpretation of results. Lectures will normally be introduces
through the pre-reading material. Assignments will complement the lectures by practicing
techniques of computational molecular data analysis, with an emphasis on web based tools.


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General overview of lecture: This course is intended to build on the basic knowledge of
enzymology acquired by the student in 300 level. The course covers advanced topics in
Enzymology such as enzyme kinetics and enzyme isolation, purification and characterization.


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General overview of lecture: This aspect of Biochemistry is intended to introduce Biochemistry
students to basic techniques in Biochemistry.


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General overview of lecture: This course is intended to provide students with the basic
knowledge of Enzymology. The course covers topics such as history of enzymology, general
characteristics of enzymes, nomenclature, mechanisms of enzyme catalyzed reactions,
coenzymes/cofactors etc.


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General overview of lecture: This course is structured to provide students with the basic
knowledge of Medical Parasitology. The lectures will x-ray the various relationships that exist
between parasites and host, with specific examples outlined. Protozoan and helminthes of
medical importance will be discussed with emphasis on their life cycles, mode of transmission,
pathogenesis and method of diagnosis. The biology of certain arthropods (vectors) in relation to
transmission dynamics of parasites will also form a core of this course.


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General overview of lecture: The course is designed to give students the basic principles of
immunology. The historical perspective of the evolution of the subject of immunology, the types,
structure and functions of immune systems as well as the cells involved in the immune responses
will be treated in this course.


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General overview of lecture: This course is practical oriented and its intended to develop the student’s
psychomotor skills. This course covers all the various practical aspects of Nursing, including Admissions and
discharge, vital signs, patients nutrion etc.


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General overview of lecture: This course is intended to give the students a thorough knowledge
of contemporary health issues. This course covers various aspect of health, including nutritional
diseases, cardiac diseases, respiratory diseases etc.


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General overview of lecture: This course is in two aspects: theory and practice. The first aspect
introduces the students to the specialization of medical-surgical nursing by building on the
knowledge gained from the foundation of nursing science. As an introductory course, it
introduces the students to terminologies of medical-surgical nursing, basic concepts, such as
adaptation, holistic approach to nursing care, homeostasis, immunology and psycho-physiologic
response to illness and nursing intervention, transcultural nursing, evidenced based nursing and
implication for nursing practice;…
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General overview of lecture: this course discusses the principles and issues of ethics governing the patient-nurse relationship; nurse-other members of the health team; ethical issues in nursing research; psychiatric care; examination and care of women; and children including family planning, sex change, dying and death, abortion, euthanasia etc. Other areas to be covered include professional negligence/misconduct, legal duties and liabilities of the nurses; and inform consent.


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General overview of lecture: This course has two aspects: theoretical part and practical part: the theory aspect introduces the student to primary health care (PHC) as the chosen health care system to providing healthcare for all irrespective of social status, age, creed, religion, race, gender etc. the main focus will be to expose the student to the skills, and knowledge needed to work collaboratively with other health care workers in the community in order to assist individuals, families, and communities…
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General overview of lecture: This course covers the basic concepts in nutrition, classification of food based on nutrient, functions of nutrients, the gastrointestinal tract, digestion, absorption and metabolism of nutrients, energy balance, types of food found in our locality, factors that influence our choice of food, the concept of adequate diet, food security, and nutritional need across the developmental milestones. It will focus also on the role of nutrition in the prevention, management, and care of various disease as well…
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General overview of lecture: This course covers the basic concepts in nutrition, classification of food based on nutrient, functions of nutrients, the gastrointestinal tract, digestion, absorption and metabolism of nutrients, energy balance, types of food found in our locality, factors that influence our choice of food, the concept of adequate diet, food security, and nutritional need across the developmental milestones. It will focus also on the role of nutrition in the prevention, management, and care of various disease as well…
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It is a basic fact that in applying mathematics in Business and Economics there are relations between certain variables and such variables should be constant or approximately constant for sometimes if not all the time. It should be noted that quantitative relations are not necessarily numerical. Much of the subject matter of Business and Economics has a structure that can be expressed mathematically as could be illustrated as follows:


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General overview of lecture: The purpose of this course is to give students the basic understanding the science behind electronic materials and phenomena and their applications. It is centered mainly on particles responsible for current flow in materials. Areas covered by this course include electrons and electronic structure of matter, conductivity in crystalline solids and semiconductors, theory of energy bands, electron emissions, elementary discrete devices fabrication techniques and IC technology.

 


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General overview of lecture: The purpose of this course is to give students the basic understanding and applications of the transistor and operational amplifiers. Areas covered by this course include the parameter analysis of the equivalent circuit of the single-stage and multistage transistor amplifiers using BJTs and FETs, Operational Amplifiers analysis such as the feedback, broadband and narrowed band amplifiers; power amplifiers analysis; Voltage amplifiers,
Voltage and current stabilizing circuit.


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General Overview of Lecture: The course introduces the classifications of electrical machines, review the concept of electromehanical energy conversion, the theory of electromagnetic induction as it applies to static electrical machine, transformer, rotating magnetic field in the case of electric motors and generators. The principle of operation, analysis, test and areas of applications transformers, DC motors and DC generators will be studied. Parallel operation of power transformers and generators will be discussed. The Performance and methods of speed control of…
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COURSE DETAILS:
Week 1-2:Atomic theory and Nature of atoms.
Week 3:Introduction to the periodic table: properties and Electronic configuration.
Week 4: Stoichiometry: formulae and Equations, Volumetric analysis, redox precipitation and complexation reactions.
Week 5: States of matter: Gases, Liquids and solids. Gas laws, General gas equations
Week 6: Chemistry of elements in group 1, 2 and 3
Week 7:Electrochemistry and The Nernst equation.
Week 8:Chemical equilibrium
Week 9:Introduction to solution Chemistry:
Week 10:Introduction to nuclear reactions: Radioactivity.
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COURSE OUTLINE:
Alcohols, phenols and their reactions; ethers and epoxides; reactions of aldehydes and ketones; reactions of alpha and beta unsaturated compounds; aromatic and alicyclic chemistry, chemistry of bicyclic compounds.; polyfunctional compounds and heterocyclic chemistry


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Description: This course is designed to give the students a deep knowledge of the immune
system: beginning with introduction to the structure and functions of the immune cells, tissues
and organs; then innate and acquired immunity; cellular immunity, immunological tolerance and
suppression; diagnostic immunology and conclude with the nature of resistance in plants.


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Description: This course is designed to give the students a deep knowledge of the role of
microorganisms in foods: beginning with milestones in food microbiology; microorganisms
important in foods, various sources of contamination of food; Principles of food spoilage
including factors affecting microbial growth and activity in foods. Principles of food
preservation with detailed study on various preservation methods. and conclude with
contamination, spoilage and preservation of specific food.


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General overview of lecture: This course is intended to give the students a thorough knowledge of
fungi, their morphology, classifications, ecology, importance to industry and public health
significance.


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AEB 313: Research Methodology and Applied Biostatistics: (3 Units) 2+0+1
Basics of categorization of research studies. How to design a ground breaking study.
Understanding the principles of conducting ethical research. Introduction to selected topics in biostatistical
concepts and reasoning. Introduction and survey of data and data types. Sampling
techniques, Frequency distributions, Measures of central tendency and dispersion; methods for
performing inference on population means and proportions via sample data; sample size and
statistical power, statistical hypotheses testing and its application…
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General overview of the lecture: The course is intended to give the students the basic and important knowledge of viruses. The course entails fundamental topics such as: Introduction to viruses; Historical aspect of virology; General characteristics of viruses; Viral structure and morphology; Cultivation of viruses; Viral replication; Viral detection with cytopathic effects; Classification of viruses; Viral assay and Purification.


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General overview of the lecture: The course is intended to give the students the basic and important knowledge of viruses. The course entails fundamental topics such as: Study of some microbial pathogens (bacteria, virus and fungi) of plants, animals with emphasis on those prevalent in Nigeria; Clinical manifestations of specific bacteria, viral and fungal pathogens of man.


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This course; Introductory Microbiology is a foundational course in Microbiology. The course will expose the students to the fundamentals of microbiology thereby gaining basic knowledge and skills relevant in the field of microbiology and other related fields. The rudiment of the field of microbiology will be explored with specificity on microbes. Microbes (microorganisms) are microscopic organisms which maybe a single cell or multicellular cell organisms too small to be seen clearly by the unaided eyes. The study of microorganisms is…
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Description: This course describes the soil environment with diverse microbial population responsible for specific functions which aid in maintaining a sustainable soil environment. Some of these functions include nitrogen fixation, mineral transformation, decomposition etc. The course highlights how microorganisms interact and relate within the soil environment. The interaction can be either positive or negative depending on the organisms involved. Additionally, the effects of xenobiotics on indigenous soil microorganisms will also be discussed as it poses a great threat to microbial…
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General overview of lecture: This course presents a highlight the basic foundation for students to gain requisite knowledge on the structure, composition and function of microorganisms in the environmental compartments. Also, this course highlights the various environmental impacts from both anthropogenic and natural sources and how it affects the microbial community structure. Microorganisms play diverse roles in the environment which stems from waste management, biogeochemical cycle, decomposition of organic materials, etc. All these and more will be covered in this…
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General overview of lecture:Neurophysiology is the scientific study of the brain and nervous
system, whose ultimate goal is to understand higher brain function at a variety of levels. This
course will provide students with current knowledge about brain structure and function from
both a basic research and a clinical perspective, and to allow them to use this knowledge in
completing independent or small-group term papers.


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Description: Fundamental building blocks, logic expressive immunization, sum of product forms. Register transfer notation, Physical considerations. Data representation, and number bases, Fixed and Floating point systems, representation memory systems organization and architecture. Memory system, general; characteristics of memory operation. (Technology-magnetic recording semi-conductor memory, coupled devices, magnetic bubble). Memory addressing, memory hierarchy, virtual memory control systems. Hardware control, micro programmed control, Asynchronous control, i/o control. Introduction to the methodology of faulty tolerant computing


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General overview of lecture: This course presents a full view of the systematic interrelationships and basic organization of the invertebrates, Identification, phylogeny, biology and economic importance of major phyla, adaptations.


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General overview of lecture: This course presents some introductory basic ideas on macromolecules basis of life: cellular basis of biological organization; cell structure and function. The organism and its environment: Man, population, growth, Environmental Pollution and impact on the biosphere; Fauna biodiversity: Invertebrata (Protozoa, Porifera, Coelenterata, Platyhelminthes, Nematoda, Annelida, Arthropoda, Mollusca and Echinodermata).Vertebrata (Cephalochordata, Amphibia, Pisces, Reptilia, Aves, Mammalia. 


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General overview of lecture: The course introduces some fundamental concepts: definition, generation and history of Operating Systems, Know the different types of operating systems. Know the structure, functions, and philosophy of operating systems. Understand interposes communication. Know various scheduling techniques. Understand interrupt and masking traps. Understand Operating system nucleus (Kernel). Know the different operation system commands and operating system architecture


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EDO UNIVERSITY IYAMHO
DEPARTMENT OF PHYSIOLOGY
PHS 225: AUTONOMIC NERVOUS SYSTEM
Instructor: Dr. Maero Origho, email: origho.maero@edouniversity.edu.ng, Phone: +2347060647606
Office hours: Tuesdays 8:00am to 11:00am. Office: First Floor, Room 16, College of Medical Sciences
Administrative Block.
General overview of lecture: This course will provide an in depth understanding on how the nervous
system regulates the normal functioning of body organs. It is a component of neurophysiology covering
the sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous systems.


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EDO UNIVERSITY IYAMHO
FACULTY OF BASIC MEDICAL SCIENCES
DEPARTMENT OF PHYSIOLOGY
PHS 212 Body Fluid and Blood Physiology
Instructor: Dr. Ekhoye Ehitare, email: ekhoye.ehitare@edouniversity.edu.ng
Lectures: Wednesday 10.00am – 12.00am, LT6, phone: (+234) 7038648797
Office hours: Monday - Friday, 12.00 to 13.00 PM, Office: New Jerusalem BMS/Engineering Building, First Floor, Room II
General overview of lecture: The essence of this course is to develop basic understanding of the functions of blood and body fluid compartments. Knowledge from this course will enable…
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EDO UNIVERSITY IYAMHO
FACULTY OF BASIC MEDICAL SCIENCES
DEPARTMENT OF PHYSIOLOGY
PHS 222 Gastrointestinal Physiology
Instructor: Dr. Ekhoye Ehitare, email: ekhoye.ehitare@edouniversity.edu.ng
Lectures: Thursday 10.00am – 13.00pm, LT6, phone: (+234) 7038648797
Office hours: Monday - Friday, 12.00 to 13.00 PM, Office: New Jerusalem BMS/Engineering Building, First Floor, Room II
General overview of lecture: The significance of the course to the student is develop intellectual ability in understanding the functions of gastrointestinal physiology. Knowledge from this course will enable the student understand…
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This course discusses major events in the Southern Africa region in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. It reflects on inter-group and inter-racial relations as well as migration, environmental, economic and sociopolitical changes in Southern Africa in the nineteenth and the twentieth centuries.


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This course examines socioeconomic and political development in Russia from the age of Tsarism to the establishment of the Soviet Union. It discusses the legacies of the various Tsars of Russia from Ivan the Terrible (1547-1584), the first Tsar to Nicholas II (1894-1917), the last Tsar. Further, it analyses the origin and implications of serfdom and its abolition, early Russian industrial processes as well as the October manifesto of 1905, the revolution of 1917 and its aftermath.


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General overview of lecture:
This course introduces students to the basic concepts in Physical Chemistry. The topics covered
include: Kinetic theory of gases; Behavior of real gases; the law of thermodynamics; Entropy
and free energy in chemical reactions, Reactions and Phase equilibrium; photochemical reactions
and catalysis; Basic electrochemistry; Osmosis, acids, bases and buffers. Biochemical relevance
of pH; Electron transport and respiratory chain. Practice problems and the practical applications
of some of these concepts are also discussed.


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General overview of lecture: The aim of the experiments in this laboratory manual is to complement the
topics you have been taught in Basic Physical Chemistry by learning practical techniques in chemical
analysis. The practical course is designed to provide practical experiences based on the theoretical
concepts covered.


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General overview of lecture:
· Metabolism of nucleic acids I: Chemistry and structure of the nucleic acids: RNA and DNA
Purine nucleosides and nucleotides
· Synthesis and catabolism of purine nucleotides.
· Synthesis and catabolism of pyrimidine nucleotides.
· Metabolism of nucleic acids II: Disorders of purine and pyrimidine metabolism.
· Muscle action: Biochemical concept. Muscle action: Molecular concept, control.
· Ageing, Ageing and signalling pathways, Ageing and apoptosis, Concept of metabolic processes
and oxidative stress in ageing


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General overview of lecture:
· Intracellular organization, structure and functions of specialized tissues – liver, kidney,
pancreas, testes, spleen, muscles, adipose tissue, elastin, collagen, brain, ear.
· Functional aspects of neural biochemistry: membrane potential and transport.
· Neurotransmitters and biogenic amines in the Brain.
· Constitution and function of blood, lymph and other fluids.
· Biochemistry of the eye and vision.


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General overview of lecture:
Detailed treatment of metabolism of amino acids degradation and biosynthesis.Inborn errors of
metabolism.
The urea cycle; metabolism of inorganic nitrogen.
Disorders of amino acid metabolism. Oxidative and Non-oxidative deamination, Transamination
and decarboxylation, Transamidation, Transport and toxicity of ammonia, Creatine metabolism.
Polyamines.
Nucleoside, nucleotide and nucleic acid synthesis/degradation.
Disorders of nucleotide metabolism. Hyperuricemia & other inborn errors. One carbon
metabolism, Transmethylation. Protoporphyrin synthesis in animals and plants.
Hormone and regulatory role in intermediary metabolism.


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General overview of lecture:
· Separation techniques in biochemistry.
· The principles, procedures, and application of centrifugation, chromatography,
electrophoresis and analytical techniques.
· The principles, instrumentation, and application of the following: Manometry,
Photometry (Spectrophotometry, Spectrofluorimetry and flame photometry),
Calorimetry, optical spectroscopy, X-ray diffraction.
· Mass and Nuclear Magnetic Resonance, Spectrometry.
· Radioimmunoassay, pH measurement, Isotopes in Biochemistry


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General overview of lecture:
• Basic immunology. Fundamental concepts of immunity, humoral and cellular products of
immunity, cells of the immune system. Natural and acquired immunity. Antigens:
Structure and classification. Antibodies: Structure and function. Structure-function
relationships. Synthesis of antibodies, organization/structure/characteristics of
immunoglobulin and molecular basis of antibody diversity Antibody diversity. Antigenantibody
reactions. Production, detection and uses of monoclonal antibodies.
• The complement system. Major Histocompatibility Proteins, Mononuclear phagocytic
cells, Granulocyte cell population, Agglutination reactions, Hypersensitivity and
allergies. Therapeutic and prophylactic…
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General overview of lecture:
• Degradation and digestion of carbohydrate-( sugars), storage polysaccharides and cell walls.
Introduction to metabolism. Metabolism of amino acids and proteins, including the formation of
excretory products. Metabolism of lipids; fatty acids and triglyceride degradation; lipoproteins;
membranes and membrane structure (elementary introduction).
• Metabolism of carbohydrates: glycolysis, TCA cycle, pentose phosphate pathway. Cori cycle,
Calvin pathway, glycogenesis/ Glycogenolysis. Entry of fructose, galactose and other hexoses
into the glycolytic pathway. Uronic acid pathway with its biomedical importance.…
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General overview of lecture:The course introduces biochemistry as a course to the students and
covers the following topics; Short history and definition of biochemistry. Importance of
biochemistry to other scientific disciplines. General considerations on the biological molecules
of life (carbohydrates and lipids). Introduction, definition, functions, classification and types of
monosaccharides, oligosaccharides and polysaccharides. Isomers (stereo and optical isomerism),
epimers, anomers, mutarotation and enantiomers. Reducing properties (oxidation and reduction),
dehydration, osazone formation, ester formation and glycosides. Classification of lipids-fatty
acids, triglycerides,…
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General overview of lecture:Human dietary nutrient requirement and factors affecting the
requirements. Food habits and intakes.Digestion, absorption.Metabolism and function of
carbohydrates, lipids, proteins and aminoacids in mass.Consequences of excess and inadequate
caloric intake, protein energy malnutrition.Kwashiorkor and marasmus. The vitamins: their
chemistry, metabolism and function. The minerals: their metabolism and function. Animal and
microbial nutrition. Feed formulation, food toxicants and detoxification mechanisms. Food stuff:
Nutritive and energy values and protein quality. Nutritional disorders, prevention and therapy.
Nutritional status and nutritional…
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General Overview of lecture: The main aim of this course is to introduce the students to the study of the Nigerian legal system generally and to acquaint them with the machinery for the administration of justice in Nigeria. The students must have the ability to understand the problems and concept of substantive law by elucidating the judicial process. Emphasis will be placed on the interactions between various arms of our legal system and the social context which the…
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General overview of the Course
This course covers the theoretical basis of laboratory tests of clinical significance in diagnosis
and management of diseases. Routine tests of general well being- renal function tests and liver
function tests, Introduction to pharmacological concepts, Drug administration, absorption,
distribution and receptors. Xenobiochemistry, Drug metabolism, Drug metabolizing enzymes
and drug interactions. Role of Cytochrome P450. It also covers drug design, Theories of the
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General overview of the Course
This aspect of the course covers the advanced studies in degradation and synthesis of biological
compounds such as carbohydrate, lipids, proteins, nucleic acids. The endocrine system and
metabolism of hormone control of metabolism


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General overview of the Course
This course gives covers the components of biomembrane, membrane fluidity, lipid raft and
caveolae, communication involving membrane; active and passive diffusion, artificial
membranes etc


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General overview of lecture: The course covers the following topic: Detailed treatment of
metabolism of amino acids, degradation and biosynthesis. Oxidative and non-oxidative
deamination, transamination and decarboxylation, transamidation. Disorders of amino acid
metabolism. Inborn errors of metabolism. Metabolism of inorganic nitrogen. Transport and
toxicity of ammonia. The urea cycle. Creatine metabolism. Polyamines. Nucleoside, nucleotide
and nucleic acid synthesis and degradation. One carbon metabolism. Transmethylation.
Disorders of nucleotide metabolism. Hyperuricemia and other inborn errors. Protoporphyrin
synthesis in animals and plants. Hormone…
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EDO UNIVERSITY IYAMHO
Department of Anatomy,
Faculty of Basic Medical Science.
ANA 210: INTRODUCTION TO ANATOMY, GROSS ANATOMY OF THE UPPER
LIMBAND LOWER LIMB
Instructor: Mr OviosunAugustine ,Email : oviosun.augustine@edouniversity.edu.ng
Lectures:Tuesday 11 am- 1pm, Friday 10 am – 12pm LT 3,Phone; (+234) 8068259663
Office hours; Monday, Thursday 12pm- 2pm, Office: Faculty building floor 2.
General overview of lecture: The course intend to introduce Anatomy: definition of Anatomy,
approaches to the study of Anatomy, Anatomical terminologies, an overview of anatomical
planes,…
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This course is an introduction to the study of marketing (definitions /concepts). It is structured to develop the students’ general knowledge and perception on marketing. It introduces the basic concepts of marketing; like what is marketing? role and importance, the marketing system. understanding customers’ needs, the origin/ evolution of marketing, approaches to the study of marketing, functions of marketing, the marketing Mix/ elements of marketing, Marketing environment, Product classification: Consumer products and Industrial products, Price policies and practices, Promotion and…
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Describes the nature and scope of business, concept of business kind of businesses, types of businesses, know who a consumer is, explain different business environment, various legal issues in business, the role of government in business, ethics and responsibilities of a business, character of business from social, legal and economic perspectives, forms of ownership, organization and management, marketing, production finance and accounting functions, government and business, the social responsibility of business, problems of Nigerian business enterprises, government and…
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This is a first semester, three credit and 400 level core course. This course introduces learners to accounting and reporting concepts, analysis and interpretation as well as guide to preparation and presentation of accounts of group of companies.


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This is a first semester, three credit and 400 level core course. This course introduces learners to accounting and reporting concepts, analysis and interpretation as well as guide to preparation and presentation of accounts of group of companies.


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This foundation course in Accounting aims at exposing thestudents to basic techniques of classifying and recording the different types of cost and revenues associated with transactions and compiling simple financial reports.


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The course attempts to examine the role of government in the management of the modern economy with special reference to the Nigerian state.


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The aim of the course is to help students understand new ideas and concepts in the area of public policy. The course will attempt: Introducing students to the basic principles and concepts in public policy analysis.Demonstrating how these principles can be applied. Exposing students to current practice in public policy making.


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The aim of the course is to help students understand new political ideas and concepts. The course will attempt: Introducing students to basic political ideas and concepts in their historical context. Explaining how these ideas have been applied. Exposing students to current governance framework in the context of these ideas.


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The course introduces some fundamental concepts in Comparative Economics Systems that is features and characteristics of various economic system including communalism, feudalism, capitalism and socialism. Consumption and investment decisions, price, money banking and trade, comparative problems of capitalism and socialism for future trends of transforming the economy.


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The course introduces some fundamental concepts in Macroeconomics that is quantitative analysis of income determination, theory of consumption function, and other determinants of consumption, effects of interest rates and investments decisions. Investment analysis, Equilibrium analysis in the various markets such as goods markets, labour market, the money market; the IS-LM framework and the derivation of IS and LM. Monetary and fiscal policy in the closed and open economy, relative effectiveness of monetary and fiscal policy.


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The course introduces some fundamental concepts in Microeconomics, that is Short-run and long-run equilibrium of a firm and industry under perfect competition, pricing under imperfect competition, short-run and long-run equilibrium of the classical monopoly; price discrimination, choice of optimal combination of factors of production, expansion path and linear programming. Mathematical treatment of above topics is required.


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The course introduces some fundamental concepts in Calculus, the use of Product Rule, Quotient Rule and also the concept of Partial derivative will be taught. It covers Mathematical analysis of basic theories of economics. The course also introduces the students to Matrix Algebra, Determinants, the use of Cramer’s Rule, Unconstrained and constrained optimization. The various topics above, various techniques will be used as examples as it relates to the topics.


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The course content basically focuses on International Accounting System. It is aimed at making students’ to understand the practice of international accounting, the causes of diversity in accounting practices around the world, and the consolidation and presentation of financial statements of foreign companies as regards issues in international accounting appropriate at this level. The course portrays accounting with global dimension of its implication in modern realities. As the world becomes a global village, the need to harmonize accounting…
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The course content basically focuses on intermediate Accounting. It is aimed at making students to understand the accounting practice. It aimed at preparing students for interpreting financial reporting.


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This course provides a detailed examination of modern political theory/philosophy through the study of the ideas and tenets of important political theorist in the history of the development of political thought. The modern period, for the purpose of this course, covers thinkers from the time of the European reformation until the twentieth century. The European reformation which began in the early sixteenth century provide a considerable impetus to political thinking that differed from what had preceded it. We shall examine…
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The course focuses on the study of dominant trends in Nigeria foreign policy since independence, showing both the domestic setting and the international environment; issues during civilian and military regimes; the effects of the civil war on Nigeria’s foreign policy; the changing pattern of Nigeria’s non-aligned policy; problems of foreign policy making since 1976 and Nigeria’s pan-African role; Nigeria’s relative economic status and commitments as a regional power in Africa, and problems of relating with immediate neighbors


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This course examines in detail the nature of the discipline of International Relations. The course covers such diverse topics as meaning and development of International relations, The organisation of the International Society, Theories of International Relations; linkage politics, theories of Coalitions and Alliances, Balance of power Theory. It further examines the key concept of Foreign Policy, Foreign Policy and National Interest, Methods and techniques of Formulating and Executing Foreign Policy and the Principles of Bargaining and Negotiation, International…
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The major purpose of this course is to provide a broad overview of the nature of inquiry and explanation in political science. The course is basically a study of the concept, assumptions, objectives and issues in political analysis; ways of acquiring knowledge; approaches and models of political analysis; theories of political analysis; the emergence of behaviouralism as an approach to the study of politics including its origin; the scientific method; the nature of politics; Political Systems and the…
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General Overview of lecture: The course introduces the concept of customary law which is one of the sources of law in Nigeria. The various definitions of customary law and the basic characteristics would be considered. The concept of Islamic law would also be considered with a view to distinguishing whether or not Islamic law is customary law. The course will deal with customary law legislation in traditional African societies, the judicial process and the various methods of proof…
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The course provides the various conceptions used in foreign policy analysis; transactional flows, the interplay of domestic and external factors, ideological and national interest considerations, and techniques of foreign policy, application of these concepts to the examination of foreign policies of major powers; United States, United Kingdom, Russia, France, China and the emerging powers such as India, Japan, Pakistan, Iran and Israel; as well as African States.


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The course examines selected classical, medieval, renaissance and age of enlightenment political thinkers such as Plato, Aristotle, St Augustine of Hippo, St Thomas Aquinas, Marsilo of Padua, Nicollo Machiavelli, etc. with special emphasis on the germination and impacts of their ideas.


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           EDO UNIVERSITY IYAMHO

        Anatomy Department    

                      ANA 201 General Embryolgy

 

 

Instructor: Dr. Odetola Amos A., email:odetola.amos@edouniversity.edu.ng

Lectures: Friday, 10 am- 12pm, LT1, phone: (+234) 8032072958

Office hours: Thursday, 1.30 to 2.30 PM, Office:

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General overview of lecture: The course introduces some fundamental concepts in developmental anatomy including molecular regulation and signaling, gametogenesis, pre-fertilization, fertilization, cleavage, implantation, bilaminar germ disc and gastrulation (Trilaminar germ layer stage).

 

Prerequisite: The students are expected to have…
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This course introduces students to the nature of politics. It emphasises the issues of political discourse and practice. It also introduces students to the language, methods and basic concepts of Politics.
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Students taking this course will learn to appreciate both in theory and practice, the interconnection of politics and law. They will also understand how this interconnection influences the quality of governance in Africa. The course will use a comparative approach in examining political institutions, legal systems and their evolution, citing examples from selected African Countries. Furthermore, students will from a broad socio-legal perspective, understand how politics and law from both domestic and international--?levels shape African Regional political developments.

Consequently, the…
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The course is designed as an introduction to Nigerian Legal system. The course is intended to give students an overview knowledge of Nigerian legal system in relation to modern democratic practices. It enables students understand the judiciary: development, role and independence in the Nigerian society


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This course and ACC 424 offered in the final year are actually one course broken into two parts for convenience and depth only with ACC 424 going into greater depth and current issues in Auditing. The course examines the appointment, duties, responsibilities, powers and privileges of the auditor and the statutory and professional standard, which regulate his work. Topics in this semester include: historical background, nature, objective and scope of audit, types of audit, importance of auditing, the…
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This course and ACC 424 offered in the final year are actually one course broken into two parts for convenience and depth only with ACC 424 going into greater depth and current issues in Auditing. The course examines the appointment, duties, responsibilities, powers and privileges of the auditor and the statutory and professional standard, which regulate his work. Topics in this semester include: historical background, nature, objective and scope of audit, types of audit, importance of auditing, the…
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The course introduces some fundamental concepts in Management Accounting and also an integral part of management concerned with identifying, presenting and interpreting information used for; formulating strategy; planning and controlling activities; decision taking; optimizing the use of resources; disclosure to shareholders and others external to the entity; disclosure to employees; safeguarding all the asset of the asset of the companies and making appropriate decisions where necessary in a real world situation


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This is an essential introductory course that focuses on the microeconomic aspects of economic theory. Topics covered include the subject matter of economics and basic microeconomic problems, tools of economic analysis, scientific methods, basic concepts in economics, economic system, elementary principles of micro, the price theory, concepts and assumptions of the consumer behaviour, introduction to theory of cost, introduction to theory of firm, pricing and output under perfect competition and monopoly


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The course is aimed at acquainting the students with the basic microeconomic theory. Topics covered include theoretical foundations of the subject; Problems of scarce resources; allocation of resources in product and factor markets with application to Nigerian and other economies; price system; role of price mechanism and consumer sovereignty; the concept of equilibrium; possibility of disequilibrium, partial equilibrium and general equilibrium analyses are discussed; Cobweb theory; supply and demand theory; equilibrium in the market; revenue and elasticity of…
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This course comprises of international trade and finance and it is designed to introduce the students to the fundamental theories of international trade. Topics include the meaning of international trade, free trade and trade restrictions. Samuel’s factor price equalization theorem, the phenomena of factor reversal, Rybzynsk theorem, trade policies and balance of payments, globalization, economic growth and integration, WTO and other international institutions such as IMF, IBRD, IFC, OPEC, IDA etc. Emphasis on Policy would be placed in…
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In this course, students are taken into the advanced form of macroeconomic theory with mathematical application. Topic here include: The IS curve from simple closed economy to a four-sector economy; the money market; the classical and Keynesian models of employment, and output, capital theory.


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This course introduces students to the nature of politics. It emphasises the issues of political discourse and practice. It also introduces students to the language, methods and basic concepts of Politics.


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The course will cover a range of topics from simple and multivariate regression methods including hypothesis testing and statistical inferences, time series models, discrete choice models to simultaneous equation models.
 


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Descriptive statistics describes statistical measures and techniques of analyzing data. The course concentrates on data tabularization, graphical (plotting) and visual presentation of data.  The course also dwell so much on counting techniques, measures of central tendency, dispersion and probability theory. The course introduces students to techniques and tools to deal with economic data and economic applications. Given that probability and statistics are central to modern applied economics; it thus implies that a clear understanding of such ideas is…
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This course is designed primarily for students at the postgraduate level. The aim of the course is to build upon the students’ existing knowledge of econometrics and essentially, to help the students develop a practical knowledge of econometrics and its applications to real-world economic data


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General overview of lecture: The course introduces some basic research techniques in biological sciences, These include Spectrophotometry, Chromatography, Manometry, Isotope methods, advanced microscopy (Scanning Electron Microscopy, Transmission Scanning Electron Microscopy, Fluorescence Microscopy); Micrometry, use of microtome; Permanent slides preparation, Plant tissue culture techniques, Sterilization & Culture techniques. Use of Counting chambers (eg hemocytometer, Sedgewick/Rafter cells and electronic particle counter, etc). Not only do they form the basic pedagogy in biologicalresearch, they are also the foundation of many branches of biological…
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General overview of lecture

 This course is intended to give the students a thorough knowledge
of microorganisms, and bacteria in particular. To show the systematic study of bacteria and other
prokaryotes, their nature, characteristics, identification and isolation. This course covers
advanced topics such as principles of bacterial taxonomy, the morphology, life cycle and
biochemical characteristics of bacteria, bacteria metabolism, growth and nutrition of bacteria and
the role of bacteria plant, animal and human diseases.


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General overview of lecture

This course is intended to give the students a thorough knowledge
of the nature of Industrial Microbiology and to know the microorganisms of industrial
importance, including biology of molds, actinomycetes, bacteria, yeast and viruses of importance
of in various fermentations. Also to train them on maintenance of selected cultures, media
formulation and economics and optimization of fermentation media at laboratory scale. To help
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General Overview of Lecture:

This course is designed to expose students to legal methods and the workings of law in the society. It will examine such issues as the meaning of law; the functions of law; the law and allied concepts i.e. law and morality, law and freedom, law and justice, law and order, law and the state, law and legitimacy, as well as law and sovereignty; the types, theories, sources and classification of law; the methods of…
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The course attempts to examine the role of government in the management of the modern economy with special reference to the Nigerian state. The broad aim of this course is to help students have the basic knowledge of the state as a driver of economic development and appreciate its usefulness in the socio-economic growth of Nigeria and other states in the African continent


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The course introduces students to the application and use of communication techniques, technology, principles, approaches and methodologies in support of development. The course explores basic concepts, theories and strategies used in the application of communication in the process of development and highlights gains challenges and prospects of development communication.


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 The course will cover a range of topics from simple and multivariate regression methods including hypothesis testing and statistical inferences, time series models, discrete choice models to simultaneous equation models


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Descriptive statistics describes statistical measures and techniques of analyzing data. The course concentrates on data tabularization, graphical (plotting) and visual presentation of data. The course also dwell so much on counting techniques, measures of central tendency, dispersion and probability theory The course introduces students to techniques and tools to deal with economic data and economic applications. Given that probability and statistics are central to modern applied economics; it thus implies that a clear understanding of such ideas is…
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The course explores communication practice across international borders with emphasis on the structures of the international media as well as their roles in moulding and formation of public opinion across geographical boundaries and the influence on attitudes and the policy making environment. The scope of international communication is concerned with “government-to government”, “business-to-business”, and “people-topeople” interactions at a global level. The course encompasses political, economic, social, cultural and military concerns relating to global flow of information. Merits of…
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The course introduces some fundamental concepts in automata theory and formal languages including grammar, finite automaton, regular expression, formal language, pushdown automaton, and Turing machine. Not only do they form basic models of computation, they are also the foundation of many branches of computer science, e.g. compilers, software engineering, concurrent systems, etc. The properties of these models will be studied and various rigorous techniques for analyzing and comparing them will be discussed, by using both formalism and examples. 


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Potential entrepreneurs require guidance on how to generate business ideas. They are also expected to identify, assess and utilize business opportunities to their advantage. It is against this background that this course is taught to guide potential entrepreneurs to generate business ideas and exploit available business opportunities. It will also guide them in appreciating the successes of established entrepreneurs’ nationally and internationally successful management PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT by Anthony. A. KIFORDU is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike…
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Course Code: AEB 122: Vertebrate Zoology
(3 UNITS).

Identification, phylogeny, biology and economic importance of: Cephalochordata, Hemichordata, Urochordata, Agnatha, Pisces, Amphibia, Reptilia, Aves and Mammalia of Nigeria. Students are expected to dissect the fish.


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INTRODUCTION TO ORGANIC CHMISTRY
Shapes of organic molecules: Lewis structure, Valence shell electron pair repulsion (VSEPR) theory and Hybridization
Identification of organic compounds: General procedure for isolation and purification of organic compounds, Elemental (Qualitative) analysis. Quantitative analysis. DZ
Stereochemistry, Chemistry of hydrocarbons (alkanes, alkenes and alkynes, alkyl halides and Grignard reagents, aromatic compounds).
Introduction to petroleum coal tar chemistry: Origin. Importance. Fractional distillation of crude oil. Octane rating, Cracking and reforming.
Alcohols and phenols: (syntheses, application and test).


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COURSE CODE CHM 222: BASIC ORGANIC CHEMISTRY (3 UNITS)
Properties of organic molecules. Lewis structures, canonical structures and formal charges. Acid- base reactions Stereochemistry. Alkyl halides: Properties, synthesis and reactions. Substitution (SN1, SN2) and elimination (E1, E2) reactions. Alcohols and phenols; Chemistry and reactions of aromatic compounds. Chemistry of carbonyl compounds, carboxylic acid and derivatives; Amines, Sugars and Carbohydrates, Lipids, Amino Acids, Peptides and Proteins.


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Data Structures and Algorithms are fundamental to programming and to understanding computation. The aim of this module is to provide students with a coherent introduction to techniques for using data structures and some basic algorithms. Introduction to Data Structures and Algorithms (algorithms and flowcharts); Data structures: arrays, lists, queues, stacks, and sets; Trees: binary trees; Recursion - Traversing binary trees; Dictionary based data structures: binary search trees, hash tables, maps; Analysis of running time of algorithms; Algorithms for…
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Course Content
Introduction to DBMS (SQL, MySQl, Oracle) Transaction management, concurrency control, Object Oriented Databases, client/server systems, data warehouse, databases in electronic commerce, web database development and database administration. Single table database Relational Database System of related tables Minimum redundancy, Referential integrity, Database keys, The ACID model (guarantee of successful transactions): –Atomicity („all or nothing” rule), Consistency Enforcing referential integrity, Indexing field values, Principles for building a database, Queries, SQL – Structured Query Language. Logical operators, Normalization, and…
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COURSEWARE
Statistical data: types, sources and methods of collection. Presentation of data: tables, charts and graphs. Frequency and cumulative distributions. Measures of location, partitions, dispersion, skewness and kurtosis. Concepts and principles of probability.Random Variables. Probability distributions: Binomial, Poisson.Regression and correlation: least squares estimation of simple linear regression, interpretation of regression coefficient; use of regression. The product-moment and rank correlation, their interpretations and uses.


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The course provides the various conceptions used in foreign
policy analysis; transactional flows, the interplay of domestic and external factors,
ideological and national interest considerations, and techniques of foreign policy,
application of these concepts to the examination of foreign policies of major powers;
United States, United Kingdom, Russia, France, China and the emerging powers
such as India, Japan, Pakistan, Iran and Israel; as well as African States.


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The course examines selected classical, medieval,
renaissance and age of enlightenment political thinkers such as Plato, Aristotle, St
Augustine of Hippo, St Thomas Aquinas, Marsilo of Padua, Nicollo Machiavelli, etc.
with special emphasis on the germination and impacts of their ideas.


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This course would focus on socialisation; social learning, internationalization, and conscience
formation, values and attitudes; prejudice and discrimination; stereotypes; development and
change of attitudes; social movements.


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This course provides a survey of the main branches of Philosophy, Symbolic Logic Special
symbols in symbolic Logic-conjunction, negation, affirmation, disjunction, equivalent and
conditional statements law of tort, methods of deduction using rules of inference and biconditionals
qualification theory, types of discourse, nature of arguments, validity and
soundness, techniques for evaluating arguments, distinction between inductive and deductive
inferences. Illustrations will be taken from familiar texts, Including literature materials,
Novels, Law reports and newspaper publications.


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This course provides a survey of the main branches of Philosophy, Symbolic Logic Special
symbols in symbolic Logic-conjunction, negation, affirmation, disjunction, equivalent and
conditional statements law of tort, methods of deduction using rules of inference and biconditionals
qualification theory, types of discourse, nature of arguments, validity and
soundness, techniques for evaluating arguments, distinction between inductive and deductive
inferences. Illustrations will be taken from familiar texts, Including literature materials,
Novels, Law reports and newspaper publications


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This course introduces students to the key issues in the study of new media and digital
communications. The key concepts that have shaped new media’s brief history,
differentiating new media from older media forms, are discussed. Students are led to
understand the cultural, political, economic and technical contexts from which new media
and digital communications have emerged.


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This course deals with the English word structure which includes the nature and types of
morphemes; affixation (derivational and inflectional); as well as phonological and syntactic
influences on affixation.


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Brief Course Description
This course reveals the crucial theoretical and practical tools needed to understand the contemporary
international system. Precisely, the objective of the course is to acquaint students with the historical
survey of the evolution of the international system and the establishment of the modern state system.
It features the early organized groups, inter-state relations and the issues which necessitated the
emergence of the modern state and the Westphalia Treaty. It also focuses on the nature requirements
and instruments…
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Calculus – Elementary differentiation, relevant theorems. Differential equations – Exact
Equations. Methods for second order equations. Partial differential equation. Simple cases –
Applications. Numerical Analysis – linear equations, non-linear equations. Finite difference
operators: Introduction to linear programming.


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Complex analysis – Element of complex algebra, trigonometry, exponential and logarithmic
functions. Real number, sequences and series. Vectors – Elements, differentiation and
integration. Elements of linear algebra. Pre-requisite MTH 111.


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Definition, Domestic, Commercial and Industrial energy consumption and management. Green
computing, solar lamp, energy saving lamp, and power usage effectiveness. Building performance,
energy-efficient landscaping, window insulation film and phase out of incandescent bulbs.
Renewable energy for sustainable development with emphasis and practical demonstration on
Solar, Wind and Hydro-Electric power generation as it relates to our environment. Waste
management, Waste to wealth: Challenges and Prospect. Waste disposal, collection, removal and
recycling. Experimental production of biogas within the University community.


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Use of drawing instruments, lettering, dimensioning, layout of engineering drawing.
Engineering graphics – Geometrical construction of shapes, conic sections – ellipse,
parabola and hyperbola. Development and intersection of curve and solids. Projection of
lines, planes and solids. Orthographic and isometric projections with simple examples,
thread fasteners. Pictorial/Freehand Sketching, conventional practices. Introduction to
Computer graphics. AutoCAD: Getting started with AutoCAD, intermediate AutoCAD,
introduction to 3d drafting, Advanced AutoCAD. Application of AutoCAD in Engineering
Drawing, Civil, Electrical, Mechanical and other Engineering Designs.


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Description: The course is designed to give the students an in-depth understanding
of some areas in General Chemistry such as thermochemistry, electrochemistry etc.

Thermo Chemistry, electro-chemistry, kinetic theory, gas laws, transition in metals,
introduction to organic and in-organic chemistry.


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The course surveys the origins, development of Western civilization and the elements of inter-state relations. It emphasizes their historic cultures, the city-state system, the development of Greek democracy and influence, imperial Rome, the medieval period through the renaissance to the scientific revolution and the French revolution in the18th century.


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This course introduces the students to the meanings of history, the history of historical writings, and the use of history, and the relationship of history with other disciplines and African historiography. It also exposes them to the problems of writing history, limitations of writing African history, sources of history.


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Brief Course Description
This course covers strategic thinking from Carl Von Clausewitz to the 21st century. Emphasis will be laid on the relationship between warfare and the use of force in state relations. It focuses on the core questions that centre on war and strategy that project the field and offers an in-depth analysis of some of the foremost frameworks through which researchers address those questions. Specific content includes the causes of war, the nature of war and…
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Brief Course Description
The course introduces students to the fundamentals of bargaining and conflict resolution in the international system. It seeks equip students with the understanding of the nature and dynamics of human conflict, and to look at appropriate alternatives for dealing with conflict in ways which develop healthy relationships and prevent violence. Conflicts are analyzed from an interdisciplinary perspective together withtopics such as violence, power, gender, peace, communication, culture, war, conflict transformation and dispute resolution.


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Brief Description of the Course
This course aims at providing History and International Studies students with the necessary theoretical and practical tools for understanding the concept of diplomacy. It will introduce students to the concept and historical developments of diplomacy. It also makes some conceptual clarifications on the nature of diplomacy and the importance of negotiations. It also introduces students to the forms of diplomacy such as multilateral, summit, security/coercive, preventive, economic, and environmental diplomacy. The course will…
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Brief Course Description
This course aims at providing History and International Studies students with the necessary theoretical and practical tools for understanding the concept of diplomacy. This course introduces students to the basic concept in international relations such as national interests, sovereignty, power, balance of power,
foreign policy etc. It also exposes students to the subfields of international relations: international security, international political economy, international relations theory, international organizations and international law.


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History and Development of courts in Nigeria, Role of judiciary in Nigeria, Human Rights. Judicial Method of seeking Redress in court, Judicial personnel Types of courts in Nigeria, Independence Of the Judiciary ,legal Aid council ,judicial institutions ,appointment and tenure of judges .


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These refer to those inalienable rights enjoy by a human being, protected by local national and international Charter such as the Universal Declaration of Human Right, the African Charter on human and people, Rights (Ratification and Enforcement Act CAP 10 LFN 2004) and Chapter IV of the Nigerian Constitution


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This course discusses the primary sources of law i.e. statutory materials and judicial materials, the secondary sources of law i.e. books, pamphlets, letters, speeches, interviews, periodicals and newspapers, foreign materials. It also introduces students to the use of source materials i.e. the law library and legal research, indexing and identification of library materials, how to brief a case, judicial precedents and obiter dictum in Nigerian case law legislation. Students are also exposed to legal writing methods and approaches in essay…
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This course is designed to expose students to legal methods and the workings of law in the society. It will examine such issues as the meaning of law, aspects and classification of law, functions of law, social order and law, methods of social control through law, comparative adjudicatory methods and customary methods of adjudication, the nature of orthodox legal process, legal language, legal reasoning, logic and justification.


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AEB 211: Introductory Genetics and Cell Physiology: (3 Units)
Cell structure and functions, Chromosome organization, Mendelian Genetics, Linkage and recombination, Sex-linked inheritance, Phylogenic inheritance, DNA, RNA, Protein synthesis, Bioenergetics, membrane biology.


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AEB 214: Invertebrate Animals and their Environments (3 credits)
The systematic inter-relationships and basic organization of the invertebrates, Identification, Phylogeny, biology and economic importance of major phyla, adaptations.


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DEPARTMENT OF POLITICAL SCIENCE AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION
EDO UNIVERSITY, IYAMHO
EDO STATE, NIGERIA


PROGRAMME TITLE: B.Sc. (HONS) POLITICAL SCIENCE


COURSE LECTURER: DR. RAJI OLAROTIMI


CREDIT LOAD: 2 UNITS


COURSE HOURS: 2 HOURS


COURSE CODE: SOC 111


COURSE TITLE: INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY


An introductory analysis and description of basic social structure and dynamics of human
society; field of sociology; sociology and other social sciences; methods and techniques: basic
concepts and principles of sociology. This…
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Introduction. Historical background. Innate and acquired immunity. Antigens, antibodies, cellular immunity. Immunological tolerance and suppression. Surgical grafting. Complement System. Hypersensitivity. Immunological anomalies. Diagnostic immunology, Vaccines, effector systems of parasite killing and nature of resistance in plants


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Fungi morphology. Ecology. Classification and characterization of different fungi phyla. Fungi taxonomy. Epidemiology of fungi and public health related. Economic importance of fungi. Significant fungi in industries and environment. Laboratory study of fungi.


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Pinciples of microbial biodeterioration of materials, materials subject to microbial deterioration: foods, jet fuels, paper, paints, textile, leather, metal e.t.c, factors favouring deterioration of materials, major microbial groups involved in deterioration,impact of processing and new technologies on biodeterioration and biodeterioration control


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CHM 111: Introductory Chemistry I (3 unit)
Atomic theory and Nature of atoms. Introduction to the periodic table. Electronic configuration. Stoichiometry: formulae and Equations, Volumetric analysis, redox precipitation and complexation reactions. States of matter. Gas laws. Electrochemistry and Redox reactions. Chemical Kinetics, order of reaction and rate laws. Chemical equilibrium.Nuclear Chemistry and Radioactivity.


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A review of Gibbs Function. Chemical thermodynamics. Introduction to statistical thermodynamics. Ideal solutions. Non-Ideal solutions. Properties of electrolytes. Colligative Properties.


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Review of compilers assemblers and interpreters, structure and functional aspects of a typical compiler, syntax semantics and pragmatics, functional relationship between lexical analysis, syntax analysis and code generation. Grammars and languages, recognizers, Top-down and bottom-up language Run-time storage Organization, The use of display in run-time storage Organization. The use of display in run time storage allocation. LR grammars and analyzers. Construction of LR table. Organization of symbol tablets. Allocation of storage to run-time variables. Code generation. Optimization/Translator with…
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Classification, adaptation morphology, Anatomy, Life cycle and other features of interest in the protozoans, Platyhelminthes, nematodes and parasitic arthropods; drawing particular attention to the various adaptations to the drawing of life exhibited by selected members of the group.


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Microscopy, Culturing of microorganisms; Types and preparation of media for microbial growth.Pure culture techniques and sterilization. Isolation of pure culture, sub-culturing procedures (streaking, pour plate etc.). Dyes and Staining techniques for differentiation of microorganisms. Techniques for enumeration of microorganisms (direct and indirect procedures). Identification of microorganisms to include colonial and cellular morphology and biochemical procedures. Maintenance and preservation of cultures


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Vector space over real field. Subspaces, Linear independence, basis and dimension. Linear transformations and their representation by matrices-range, null space, rank. Singular and non-singular transformation and matrices. Algebra of matrices.


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Basics of C++ Language. C++ syntax and data objects, operators. Program control flow constructs. Tools for developing, compiling, interpreting and debugging. C++ programs, objects and classes programming, Arrays, methods Basic OOP concepts: classes, object, inheritance, polymorphism, Data Abstraction, Laboratory exercises in C++ Language


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History of computers and generations of computers; Classification /types of computers; Characteristics of computers. Functional components of computers. Introduction to software, categories of software, systems software/operating system, various application software. Computer application in commercial and scientific environments. Input/output peripheral devices, their advantages and disadvantages. Number bases and their conversions, arithmetic operations in binary. Introduction to programming and problem solving using Qbasic Expression and control statements


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Computer circuits; diode arrays, PIAs etc, Integrated circuits fabrication process. Use of MSI, LSI and VLSI IC’ hardware Design. Primary and Secondary memories; core memory, etc. Magnetic devices; disks, tapes, video disks etc. Peripheral devices; printers, CRT’s, keyboards, character recognition. Operational amplifiers; Analog-to- digital and Digital-to-analog converter. Analog computers.


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Definition, generation and history of Operating Systems, Know the different types of operating systems. Know the structure, functions, and philosophy of operating systems. Understand interposes communication. Know various scheduling techniques. Understand interrupt and masking traps. Understand Operating system nucleus (Kernel). Know the different operation system commands and operating system architecture


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Courseware
Meaning and relevance of ethnobotany. Human uses of plants; uses of plants by indigenous cultures. Food plants – plant and plant products of industrial value.
Other economically important plants, cultivation, products, uses, harvesting/extraction and preparation methods of the products: cereals, pulses, fiber plants, timber, rubber, sugar, spices, beverages, pulp, paper, gums, vegetables (root, stem, herbage and fruit vegetables) and fruits (tropical and temperate fruits).


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Description identification and classification of medicinal plants. Preparation of Extracts from various organs of plants. Collection and preservation of medicinal plant. Plants used for treating diseases. Indigenous system of Medicine. Importance and relevance of Herbal Medicine. Classification of drugs. Primary and Secondary metabolites. Botanical description and active principles of leaves, flower, fruits, seeds and entire plants used as drugs.
Pharmacognosy – Aim and Scope. Pharmacognosy of some selected herbal products in Nigeria.
Drug Industry – marketing, adulteration, sophistication,…
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Themes of ecology: autecology and synecology, historical aspects. Current trends in ecology. Plant community hypotheses. Concepts of ecosystem: food chains, webs, interaction between plants and animals. Ecological groups: hydrophytes, halophytes, xerophytes, epiphytes and mesophytes. The effect of physical environment on plants. Climatic, biotic and topographic factors.A study of Nigerian forests, savannah grass lands and special emphasis on arid zones


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Origin of Bryophytes and Pteridophytes. Tropical bryology and pteridology. Nomenclature of Bryophytes and Pteridophytes. Moss flora. General taxonomy and ecology of Bryophytes and Pteridophytes. Life cycle of selected groups. Phylogeny, Morphology and Anatomy of Bryophytes and Pteridophytes. Economic importance of Bryophytes and Pteridophytes. Morphology and Classification of Spurs and Pollen; their stratigraphic and pale environment application.


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Basic research techniques in Biological sciences. These include Spectrophotometry, Chromatography, Manometry, Isotope methods, advanced microscopy (Scanning Electron Microscopy, Transmission Scanning Electron Microscopy, Fluorescence Microscopy); Micrometry, use of microtome; Permanent slides preparation, Plant tissue culture techniques, Sterilization & Culture techniques.


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The general morphology of flowering plants. Plant tissues and growth hormones. Anatomy of flowering plants- origin and development of primary and secondary plant body. Physiology of flowering plants. Plant metabolic pathways.


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Principles of bacterial taxonomy. Bacterial classification. The morphology, life cycle and biochemical characteristics of bacteria. Systemic study of bacteria and related Prokaryotes: Gram positive cocci, Aerobic Gram positive rods, Aerobic Gram negative bacteria, Anaerobic bacteria, Curved and Spiral- shaped, Gram-negative roads, Mycoplasma, Ureaplasma and Obligate intracellular bacteria. The morphology, life cycle and biochemical characteristics of bacteria. Systematic study of bacteria and other prokaryotes, their nature, characteristics, identification and isolation. Microscopy, growth and nutrition of bacteria. Microbial enzymes. Role of bacteria…
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Role of microorganisms in food, soil. Identification and economic importance of selected microbial groups: Bacteria, Fungi, Viruses, Protozoa and Algae. Tools and techniques used in Microbiology. Principles of sterilization and disinfection. Growth of microorganisms including the effect of environmental factors on growth, survival, inhibition and death of microorganism. Biological and biochemical pathways of microorganisms. Nitrogen fixation. Common Infectious Diseases. Antigens and antibodies. Microbial variation and heredity. Problems of infectivity. Antimicrobial agents and sensitivity tests. Gene transfer: Transformation, Transduction,…
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Review of function theory,Rolle’s theorem, Taylor’s theorem, maximum and minimum values of a function, functions of two several Independent variables, Jacobian, Dependent And Independent Functions, Method of Lagrange’s Multiplier, Line and Multiple Integrals and Line Integral with respect to an Arc Length.


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1. Week 1-2: Meaning and Scope of Mass Media
2. Week 3-4 Media Evolution in Nigeria
3. Week 5-6: Colonial Newspapers
4. Week 7-8: Post-Colonial Media
5. Week 9-10 Deregulation of Broadcast Media in Nigeria
6. Week 11: Contemporary media landscape of Nigeria
7. Week 12 Revision


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1. Week 1-2: Fundamentals of Communication
2. Week 3-4 Theories of Mass Communication
3. Week 5-6: Forms and Context of Communication
4. Week 7-8: Media of Communication
5. Week 9-10 Adjunct/Impact of the Mass Media
6. Week 11: Effects of the Mass Media on the Society
7. Week 12 Revision


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Week 1:          Personal introductions and introduction to the course;

Week 2:          A brief introduction to linguistics and its branches

Week 3:          What is phonetics and phonology?

Week 4:          The branches of phonetics – articulatory

Week 5:          The branches of phonetics – auditory and acoustic

Week 6:          Language Lab Practicals

Week 7:          Mid-semester test;    

Week 8:          The organs of speech

Week 9:          The human speech mechanism

Week 10:        The description and classification of English vowel sounds

Week 11:       …
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1. Week 1-2: The Concept of Communication, African Communications Systems and the Reasons
2. Week 3-4 Traditional Channels of Communication
3. Week 5-6: Visual Channels of Communication
4. Week 7-8: Instrumental Channel.
5. Week 9-10 Demonstrative Channels
6. Week 11: Revision.
7. Week 12 Revision


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1. Week 1-2: Definition and Basics of Media Writing
2. Week 3-4 Writing the Lead/Headlines
3. Week 5-6: Information Sources
4. Week 7-8: Revising, Editing and proofreading
5. Week 9-10 Organizing the Facts
6. Week 11: Revision.
7. Week 12 Revision


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Week 1-2: Meaning of Public Relations, Origin of Public Relations
Week 3-4 Qualities of good Public Relations Practitioners and relationship between PR, Marketing and Advertising
Week 5-6: Roles and Strategies of PR in the society
Week 7-8: Application of PR strategies to different sectors of Nigerian Environment
Week 9-10 Assessment of the concepts of persuasion, public opinion and propaganda in PR
Week 11: Perception in PR.
Week 12 Revision


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Week 1-2: Understanding theories, how to arrive at theories
Week 3-4: Normative Theories.
Week 5-6: Working Theories
Week 7-8: Communication Models
Week 9-10: Theories of Persuasion and Media violence
Week 11: Common sense Theory
Week 12: Revision


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Week 1-2: Meaning of editorials, editorial writers
Week 3-4: Types of editorials, editorials, functions of editorials.
Week 5-6: Sourcing for editorial materials, editorial audience.
Week 7-8: Classification of editorials, determinants of editorial subjects.
Week 9-10: Compare and contrast columns from editorials, write editorials.
Week 11: write editorials and reflect on dos and don’ts of editorials
Week 12: Revision


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Week 1-2: Introducing Editing and Graphics of Communication
Week 3-4 Devices of Editing and Graphics of Communication
Week 5-6: Typography
Week 7-8: The Graphic Process
Week 9-10. Text Editing, Graphics and Communication
Week 11: Image Editing, Captions, Layout and Design.
Week 12 Revision


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Week 1-2: Media Structure
Week 3-4 New tools in the media
Week 5-6: New, media and social media
Week 7-8: Citizen Journalism
Week 9-10. Internationalisation of media
Week 11: Media and Globalisation
Week 12 Revision


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Week 1-2:  Definition of the concept of critical and review writing as a form of media writing, other forms of media writing compared.

Week 3-4 How to review a book

Week 5-6: Review of other works of art: Film, music

Week 7-8: Newspaper article, poem, sculpture

Week 9-10.Functions of critical and review writing/qualities

Week 11: The thin line between critical writing and review.

Week 12 Revision


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GENERAL CONTENT AND OUTLINE
1. Definition of News, Types of News & Elements of News
2. Structure and Components of News Story
3. Leads & Types of Leads in News Story
4. Sources of News/Differences between News & Features
5. News Judgement & Layers of Reporting
6. News Writing for Newspapers
7. News Writing for a Broadcast Media
8. Conducting a News Interview
9. Elements of Good Quality Journalism
10. Tools of a News Writer/Reporter
11. Revision
12.…
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1. General Introduction and setting the tone, Defining Philosophy and Etymology.
2. Concept of Critical Reflection, thinking and/or Reasoning.
3. Means and methods of transmission and preservation of philosophical ideas.
4. The Main Branches of Western Philosophy.
5. Introduction to Discourse & Types of Discourse.
6. The Logic and the concept of Logical reasoning; Inductive and Deductive reasoning.
7. Arguments; Nature, Validity, soundness and structure of Inferences, rules of, conditional and bi-conditional argument .
8. Introduction to Symbolic…
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Week 1: The Nature of Poetry as Literature: What is literature?
Week 2: What is poetry?
Week 3: Elements of poetry
Week 4: Major form/types of poetry
Week 5: Purpose of poetry as a form of literature
Week 6: techniques and literary devices of poetry
Week 7: Analysis of poetry: English poems
Week 8: English poems /American poems
Week 9: American poems
Week 10: African poems
Week 11: African poems
Week 12: Revision
Week 13: Revision


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Week 1-2:Introduction to concepts of diplomacy
Week 3-4nature and goal of diplomacy
Week 5-6: the modalities, tool and etiquette of diplomacy
Week 7-8: the origins and evolution of diplomacy
Week 9-10:Greeks, Byzantium and Italian methods of diplomacy
Week 11:impact of the thirty years war and the Treaty of Westphalia on diplomacy
Week 12 Revision


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Course Description:
This course focuses on issues of African History from early times to the beginning of the nineteenth century. It is designed to introduce students to some of the broad themes that dominate the study of African History before 1800 as well as many of the key scholars and the debates of the field. Its central themes are the possibility of African history and sources such as oral traditions, archaeology, origin of man in the continent and his relations…
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Week 1: Meaning of public policy
Week 2: Meaning of public policy Analysis
The policy cycle
Week 3: Public policy cycle
Actors in the policy process
Week 4: Governmental actors
Week 5: Non-governmental actors
Models of Decision Making in public Policy
Week 6: Rational-comprehensive
Week 7: Satisfying
Week8: Mixed scanning
Cost-Benefit Analysis (CBA)
Week 9: Strategies of CBA
Week10: Strengths of CBA
Week 11: Weaknesses of CBA
Week 12 Revision


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SECTION ONE: THE STUDY OF THE INTERNATIONAL SYSTEM
1. INTERNATIONAL SYSTEM
2. International society
3. International community
4. Theoretical approaches to the study of the international system
5. Definition of international system
6. Definition of international society
7. Definition of international community
8. Differences and similarities between international system, society, and community


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Week 1-2: Introduction to Cloud Computing
Week 3-4: Cloud Computing Technologies and Types, Big Data, MapReduce and Hadoop
Week 5-6: Developing MapReduce Programs
Week 7-8: Data Management in the Cloud, Information Retrieval in the Cloud
Week 9-10: Link Analysis in the Cloud, Beyond MapReduce
Week 11: Selected case studies
Week 12: Revision


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Week 1-2: Overview of Information Security
Week 3-4: Access Control Matrix Model, Security Policies,
Week 5-6: Identity Management, Access Control Mechanisms
Week 7-8: Confinement, Assurance and Trust, Network Intruders and Intrusion Detection
Week 9-10: Firewalls and Malicious Software,
Week 11: Cryptographic Protocol Concepts
Week 12: Revision


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Week 1-2: Computer circuits; diode arrays, PIAs etc, Integrated circuits fabrication process.
Week 3-4: Use of MSI, LSI and VLSI IC’ hardware Design.
Week 5-6: Primary and Secondary memories; core memory, etc. Magnetic devices; disks, tapes, video disks etc.
Week 7-8: Peripheral devices; printers, CRT’s, keyboards, character recognition.
Week 9-10: Operational amplifiers; Analog-to- digital and Digital-to-analog converter
Week 11: Analog computers.
Week 12: Revision


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Week 1-2: Basic Set Theory: Basic definitions, Relations, Equivalence Relations Partition, Ordered Sets.
Week 3-4: Boolean Algebra & Lattices, Logic, Graph theory: Directed and Undirected graphs
Week 5-6: Graph Isomorphism, Basic Graph Theorems, Matrices; Integer and Real matrices
Week 7-8: Boolean Matrices, Matrices med m, Path matrices.
Week 9-10: Adjacency Vectors/Matrices: Path adjacency matrix, Numerical & Boolean Adjacency matrices.
Week 11: Applications to counting, Discrete Probability Generating Functions,
Week 12 Revision


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Week 1-2: Fundamental building blocks, logic expressive immunization, sum of product forms.
Week 3-4: Register transfer notation, Physical considerations. Data representation, and number bases, Fixed and Floating point systems, representation memory systems organization and architecture.
Week 5-6: Memory system, general; characteristics of memory operation.
Week 7-8: Memory addressing, memory hierarchy, virtual memory control systems
Week 9-10 Hardware control, micro programmed control, Asynchronous control, i/c control.
Week 11: Introduction to the methodology of faulty tolerant computing
Week 12 Revision


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Week 1-2: In-depth study of Web application development
Week 3-4 Introduction to Apache Server
Week 5-6: PHP Scripting Language
Week 7-8: JavaScript and MySQL relational database
Week 9-10 Multimedia authoring and production
Week 11: Issues of Web security
Week 12 Revision


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Week 1-2: Review of compilers assemblers and interpreters, structure and functional aspects of a typical compiler, syntax semantics and pragmatics, functional relationship between lexical analysis, syntax analysis and code generation
Week 3-4 The use of display in run-time storage Organization. The use of display in run time storage allocation.
Week 5-6: LR grammars and analyzers. Construction of LR table. Organization of symbol tablets. Allocation of storage to run-time variables
Week 7-8: Code generation. Optimization/Translator with systems. Grammars and…
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Week 1-2: Concurrency: states & state diagrams structures
Week 3-4 Dispatching and context switching interrupting; concurrent execution;
Week 5-6: Mutual exclusion problem and some solution Deadlock
Week 7-8: Models and mechanisms (semaphores, monitors etc.) producer-consumer problems & synchronization.
Week 9-10 Multiprocessor issues. Scheduling & Dispatching
Week 11: Memory Management: Overlays, Swapping and partitions, paging & segmentations placement & replacement policies, working set and trashing Caching.
Week 12 Revision


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Basic definitions, File Systems; definition of labels (header and Tailer) Record blocking and de-blocking; Basic methods of file processing.Sequential, index sequential and random. Information storage & retrieval, information management applications,Information capture and representation, analysis & indexing, search, retrieval, Other issues in Information Management: privacy, integrity,security, scalability efficiency and effectiveness Introduction to DBMSDatabase management systems with examples and applicationinformation privacy; integrity, security; scalability, efficiency and effectiveness.Introduction to database system: Components of database system DBMS function, Database architecture and data independence use…
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Week 1-2: System concept; System Development Life Cycle
Week 3-4 Analysis: Fact gathering Techniques, data flow diagrams, Process description data modeling.
Week 5-6: System Design: Structure Charts, form designs, security, automated Tools for Design
Week 7-8: What Are Information Systems? Problems in Information Systems Development, Avoiding the Problems.
Week 9-10 What Is Object-Orientation? Modelling Concepts, Requirements Capture, Requirements Analysis, Refining the Requirements Model, Object Interaction. Week 11: Specifying Operations, System Design, Human Computer Interaction, Software Development Methodologies.
Week…
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Week 1-2: Concept of database: file systems and databases, relational database model Week 3-4 Design concepts and implementation: entity relationship modeling using Microsoft Access
Week 5-6: normalization of database tables, database design and implementation Basics about a database
Week 7-8: Database Management System (DBMS), add, remove, update records
Week 9-10: retrieve data that match certain criteria cross-reference data in different tables perform aggregate calculation, columns (attributes) and rows (records).
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Week 1-2: Fundamental building blocks, logic expressive immunization, sum of product forms.
Week 3-4: Register transfer notation, physical consideration. Data representation, and number bases
Week 5-6: Fixed and Floating point systems, representation memory system organization architecture.
Week 7-8: Memory system, general; characteristics of memory operations. Memory addressing, memory hierarchy, virtual memory control systems.
Week 9-10: The Hardware, Software interface.
Week 11: Processor logical design conventions (Gates, Truth Tables, and Logic Equations.
Week 12 Revision


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Week 1-2: Definition, generation and history of Operating Systems, Know the different types of operating systems.
Week 3-4: The structure, functions, and philosophy of operating systems.
Week 5-6: Interposes communication
Week 7-8: scheduling techniques. Interrupt and masking traps.
Week 9-10: Operating system nucleus (Kernel).
Week 11: operation system commands and operating system architecture..
Week 12: Revision


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Week 1-2: Introduction to concept of programming logic, programs, algorithms and flowcharts.
Week 3-6: Design, implement, debug and test small programs using different programming paradigms, given straightforward specifications; with emphasis on; writing a First program
Week 7-8: Safe operation of computing equipment, Variables and number types, String types
Week 9-10: Arithmetic and Boolean operations, If statement , Loops, Methods, Arrays. Use common programming tools such as compilers, editors and debuggers Week 11: Understanding the relative advantages and disadvantages…
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Week 1-2: Design and build a website for a case study small business validate a website so that it complies with current web standards (HTML5 and CSS3)
Week 3-4 Web page authoring using web standards for HTML5 and CSS3
Week 5-6: Browser differences. Enforce colour theory.
Week 7-8: Layout and typography. Accessibility.
Week 9-10 Accessibility. Storyboarding. Sitemap.
Week 11: Planning website architecture.FTP File Transfer Protocol, Legal and Copyright issues.
Week 12 Revision


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Week 1-2: Introduction to DBMS (SQL, MySQl, Oracle) Transaction management, concurrency control.
Week 3-4 Object Oriented Databases, client/server systems, data warehouse, databases in electronic commerce, web database development and database administration.
Week 5-6: Single table database Relational Database System of related tables Minimum redundancy, Referential integrity, Database keys
Week 7-8: The ACID model (guarantee of successful transactions): –Atomicity (“all or nothing” rule), Consistency Enforcing referential integrity
Week 9-10 Indexing field values, Principles for building a database, Queries, SQL…
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Week 1-2: Introduction to the use of object-oriented methods for problem solving
Week 3-4: Java programming and materials covered in the following sequence: Objects and classes - Creating and manipulating objects
Week 5-6: Constructor methods and object creation. Static fields and methods. Week 7-8: Passing objects and call-by-reference. Scope and the reference this. The qualifier final and class constants. Arrays: Loop Enhancement, Common Array Algorithms, Using Arrays with Methods, Two-Dimensional Arrays, and Array Lists. Inheritance, polymorphism, and abstract…
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Week 1-2: Basics of C++ Language
Week 3-4: Basic OOP concepts: classes, object, inheritance, polymorphism, Data Abstraction
Week 5-6: Tools for developing, compiling, interpreting and debugging.
Week 7-8: C++ programs, C++ syntax and data objects, operators.
Week 9-10 Central flow constructs, objects and classes programming, Arrays, methods
Week 11: Laboratory exercises in C++ Language.
Week 12: Revision


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Week 1-2: Introduction to Data Structures and Algorithms (algorithms and flowcharts); Data structures: arrays, lists, queues, stacks, and sets;
Week 3-4: Trees: binary trees; Recursion - Traversing binary trees
Week 5-6: Dictionary based data structures: binary search trees, hash tables, maps
Week 7-8: Analysis of running time of algorithms;
Week 9-10: Elementary tree and graph algorithms: depth first and breadth first search;
Week 11: Finite state machines (automata) and regular languages; Turing machines.
Week 12: Revision


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Probability, finite sample space, axioms of probability, simple theorems, concepts of probability addition and multiplication rules, conditional probability and independence, Bayes’ theorem. Probability distributions: random variables, means and variances, Binomial, Poisson and Normal distributions. Mathematical expectations and Chebychev’s inequality. Population and samples. Random sampling distributions, estimation (point and interval) and Tests of hypotheses concerning population mean and proportion (one and two sample cases).


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Week 1-2: Introduction to real number system
Week 3-4 Introduction to set theory and its application
Week 5-6: Discussion on sequence, series and convergence
Week 7-8: Introduction to polynomials and partial fraction
Week 9-10: Discussion on permutation and conbination
Week 11: Explanation of the binomial theorem, Demoivre’s theorem and complex numbers
Week 12 Revision


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Week 1-2: Introduction to concept of nuclear structure
Week 3-4 Explanation of nuclear models
Week 5-6: Introduction to the concept of radioactivity and nuclear instrumentation
Week 7-8: Discussion on nuclear fission and nuclear fussion
Week 9-10: Discussion on nuclear interaction
Week 11: Discussion on elementary particle and conservation laws
Week 12 Revision


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Week 1-2: Introduction to quantum theory of solids
Week 3-4: Introduction to the periodic structure and symmetry of crystals
Week 5-6: Discussion on phonons and lattice dynamics in crystals
Week 7-8: Discussion on how the breeder reactors are used in energy generation
Week 9-10: Introduction to the various modes of power generation
Week 11: Discussion on problems associated with power generation
Week 12 Revision


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Week 1-2: Introduction to energy and power
Week 3-4: Discussion on thermal pollution in power generation
Week 5-6: Discussion on energy generation from fossil fuels
Week 7-8: Discussion on how the breeder reactors are used in energy generation
Week 9-10: Introduction to the various modes of power generation
Week 11: Discussion on problems associated with power generation
Week 12 Revision


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