Dept. of Adult & Non-Formal Education

Department of Adult & Non-Formal Education

Department:                                          Department of Adult & Non-Formal Education 
Name of Ag.Head Of Deparment:          Dr. M. O. A. Ezimah
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BRIEF HISTORY

The Department of Adult and Non-formal Education started “de facto”, as one of the five (5) divisions of the Institute of Education approved on 6th April 1987 by the Development Committee of the University. “De Jure”, the Division started in February 1985 when Senate of the University gave her approval.

On 6th April, 1987 the Development Committee of the University gave approval for the unit of Adult and Non-formal Education to operate as one of the Divisions of the Institute.

In 1987, the Division of Adult and Non-formal Education started the certificate programme to prepare students for low level manpower in the field of Adult Education. This programme received the approval of the Joint Consultative Committee in Education (JCCE) within this period. Accordingly, the Certificate programme was the primary concern of the Institute’s Division.

 

The Degree Programme: In 1990/91, the Division of Adult & Non-Formal Education received Senate’s approval to introduce 4-year B.Ed Degree Programme in the areas of Arts, Social Sciences and Sciences teaching subjects as student minor areas of concentration, while Adult and Non-Formal Education remains their major area of concentration.

The Department took off initially with a population of 40 students in 1990/91 academic session. This first set of students graduated in 1995/96. Other susbsequent sets of students followed till date. The programme content was broad based and the quality of the products was highly rated by the employers.

This B.Ed Programme has for three times been accredited by the National Universities Commission’s Team and Officials in November 2002, February 2005 and November 2007.

 

Post-Graduate Programmes:  High demand for more and higher quality adults in organizations, management, administration and disseminating knowledge at higher levels made the Department to introduce programmes leading to the award of the Master of Education (M.Ed) and Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D) degrees. These programmes took off in 200/2001 and 2004/2005 academic sessions respectively. These programmes cover specialization areas in Community Development, Environmental Adult Education, Distance Education and Literacy Education. The two programmes were approved by the Senate of the University in 2000/2001 academic year.

The above information reveals the status and the history of the Department of Adult & Non-Formal Education of the University of Port Harcourt.

 

Academic and Non-Academic Staff in the Department of Adult and Non-Formal Education

           

Academic Staff

Name

Qualification

Area of specialization

Rank/

Designation

Nzeneri, I.S.

B.A, ED. Econs. M.ED/Adult Education M.Phil& PhD/ Adult Education (Lagos)

Economics of Education, Literacy Education & Adult Education, Community Development & Research.

Professor

Okeke, E.C. (Mrs)

B.Sc. Education/ Geography, M.A. Ed., Ph.D. Has research interest in Adult Education

Environmental Adult Education

Professor

Ebong, J. M. (Mrs)

B.Sc. Education Mathematics, M.Ed, Ph.D. Has research interest in Adult Education

Personnel Development in Adult Education 

Professor

Oyebamiji M.A.

B.ED, M.ED, Ph.D (Ibadan)

Adult Ed. And Community Dev.

Associate Professor

Adekola, G.

B.ED, M.ED &Ph.D  (Ibadan)

Adult Education & Community Development

Senior Lecturer

Ezimah, M.O.A.

B.ED (Calabar) M.ED, Ph.D (UPH) Ag. HOD

Environmental Adult  Education

Senior Lecturer

Aruma, E.O.

B.ED, M.ED &Ph.D (UNN)

Adult Education, Literacy Education and Community Development

Senior Lecturer

Ugwu, A.N. (Mrs.)

B.ED, M.ED  (UNN), PhD (UPH)

Adult Education 

&Community Development

Senior Lecturer

Onyenemezu, E.C.

 

B.ED, M.ED, Ph.D (UPH)

Adult Education and Community Development

Senior Lecturer

Hanachor, M.E.

Diploma, B.ED, M.ED, Ph.D (UPH)

Educational Management and Community Development.

Senior Lecturer

Ijah, Christiana N.

(Mrs.)

B.ED, M.ED, Ph.D (UPH)

Educational Management and

Community Development

Lecturer 1

Patrick, John M.

B.ED (Ibadan) MPA (UNICAL) M.ED, Ph.D (UPH)

Public

Administration and

Community Development

 Lecturer1

Mbalisi, O. F

B.ED, M.ED, Ph.D (UPH)

Adult and Environmental  Education

Lecturer 1

Mrs. Eheazu, C.L. (Mrs.)

B.Ed, M.ED, PhD (UPH)

Environmental Adult Education

Lecturer 1

Needom, Rex A.

B.ED, M.ED Ph.D (UPH)

Adult Education & Community Development

Lecturer 1

Olumati, E.S.

B.Sc., M.ED (UPH)

Political  Science and Community Development

Lecturer 11

Uzoagu, I.F

(Mrs.)

B.Sc(Ed) AAU (Ekpoma), M.Ed (UPH), PhD (UNN)

Community Development

Lecturer 11

Okorie, C.U.

(Mrs.)

B.Ed, M.Ed, PhD (UPH)

Environmental Adult  Education

Lecturer 11

 

Non-Academic Staff

 

Name of Staff

Rank/Designation

Qualification

Dee-ue, Charles .S.

Administrative Officer

B.Sc, PGD, MBA

Agumagu, Eunice

Personal Secretary III

HND

Ogbu, EyaalFubara

Confidential Secretary

HND

Mother Gbara

Clerical Officer

WASC

Nuayii, Lucky Nwibaa

Clerical Officer 11

NECO

Ogundipe, Wale

Chief Driver

OND/Trade Test 1, 2 & 3

Obasi, Ezemonye

Cleaner/Messenger

WASC

Isioto, Patience Wariboko

Cleaner/Messenger 

FSLC

 

Philosophy

The philosophy of the Bachelor of Education (B.Ed) programme in Adult and Non-Formal Education of the University of Port Harcourt takes into consideration the National Policy on Education (NPE) and the academic policy of the university. Accordingly, the philosophy of the B.Ed programme is to assist the nation in the production of senior personnel in meeting the ever increasing demand for highly trained manpower to help in:

  • Organization
  • Dissemination of knowledge
  • Taking responsibility for the operation of the various facets of Adult and Non-Formal Education required by both the Nigerian National Policy on Education and the            United Nations for:
  •            the eradication of illiteracy
  •            the improvement of the living conditions of the masses
  •            the enhancement of the dignity of man in general, and
  •            meeting the Minimum Development Goals (MDG).

 

Objectives

In specific terms, the B.Ed, Degree Programme in Adult Education is meant to achieve the following objectives:

  • To produce competent graduate teachers of adult education in intermediate and higher teacher training institutions;
  • To provide trained administrators of adult education programmes for Government Ministries, Mass Literacy Education Agencies and other establishments concerned with the furtherance of education and community development programmes in Nigeria;
  • To produce graduate teachers for the various specialized subject areas of instruction who will also be able to help in adult and Non-Formal Education programmes located within their places of work;
  • To up-grade the knowledge and skills of serving personnel who already possess intermediate qualifications (Diploma and Certificate) in Adult and Non-Formal Education.

 

Academic Programmes of the Department of Adult and Non-Formal Education

 

A.    Certificate in Adult Education

The Department offers a one-year certificate programme in Adult Education.  This is a terminal programme intended to produce low-level manpower for the government mass education programme at the local, state and federal government levels.  Graduates of this programme may proceed to the four-year degree programme in Adult Education of the University if they meet the necessary requirements.

 

Admission Requirements for the Certificate in Adult Education

Admission into the certificate programme in Adult Education shall be open to holders of any of the following qualifications:

  • Teacher Grade II (TC II) with passes at credit level in at least three (3) subjects.
  • West African School Certificate (WASC/SSCE) with credit passes in at least three (3) subjects.
  • General Certificate of Education (GCE) ordinary level (O/L) with passes in at least three (3) subjects at grade level six or better.
  • All candidates for admission must have at least a pass in English language at the T.C. II, WASC, NECO or GCE O/L.

 

Note: Mature candidates who do not hold any of these qualifications but have served in Adult Education establishment or related fields for at least five (5) years may be admitted subject to their passing a qualifying test and an interview to be conducted by the Department.

 

Workload for Candidates in the Certificate Programme

Workload for candidates in the certificate programme in Adult Education shall include the following prescribed courses, which they are required to take and pass to acquire the certificate:

There are all together nine (9) compulsory courses:

It should be noted here that the minimum grade of pass in each of the above courses shall be an E (40%).

 

Prescribed Courses of Study

All students are required to take and pass the following courses before certification.

  • The courses are Introduction to Adult Education, Psychology of Adult Learning, Sociological foundation (including organizational theory and practice) of Adult Education; Materials Development and Production; History and Scope of Adult Education in Nigeria; Management of Adult Education, Community Development, Measurement and Evaluation of Adult Education.
  • Andragogical Teaching Practice
  • Use of English
  • Original Project

 

Course outline

First semester

CAE 101.1   Philosophical Foundations of Adult Education

CAE 102.1   Psychology of Adult Learning

CAE 103.1 Sociological Foundations (including organizational theory and practice) of Adult Education

CAE 104.1   Teaching Principles, Methods and Process of Adult Education

CAE 105.1 Material Development and Production

CAE 106.1 Use of English

 

Second Semester

CAE 107.2  History and Scope of Adult Education in Nigeria

CAE 108.2  Management of Adult Education

CAE 109.2  Community Development

CAE 110.2  Measurement and Evaluation in Adult and Non-formal Education

CAE 111.2  Andragogical Teaching practice

CAE 112.2  Original Project

 

Course Descriptions

  • CAE 101.1: Philosophical Foundations of Adult Education

An introduction course which explains the basic concepts and issues in Adult Education; definition of terms, aims and purposes; the principles set in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, as they relate to Adult Education; Different aspects of Adult Education.

  • CAE 102.1: Psychology of Adult Learning

The major theories of psychological development during adulthood are examined and their implications in Adult Learning, teaching and counseling are also expatiated.

  • CAE 103.1: Sociological Foundations of Adult Education

The Sociological concepts, which relate to the principles and practice of Adult Education, including the right to learn are examined.  The necessities for a nuance of proper assessment of the educational needs of adult through clientele analysis are given adequate focus.  The course also examines, among other issues, the sociological implications of an acting various group organizational theories in the actual arrangement of adult education classes and interaction processes within them.

  • CAE 104.1: Teaching principles, Methods and Process of Adult Education

This course deals with teaching and learning principles and practices of adult and non-formal education. It provides participants basic knowledge and practice of different methods and processes of adult education – andragogy and pedagogy, individual and group methods etc; and their implications for teaching adults. The course should enlighten students on the planning, teaching and evaluating a unit lesson as well as proper use of instructional devices in teaching and learning.

  • CAE 105.1: Material Development and Production

This course is designed to provide participants with basic knowledge of the techniques of designing, production and usage of instructional materials for adult education, especially functional literacy.  Emphasis will be placed on improvisation of teaching aids.

  • CAE 106.1: Use of English

Generally, candidates are given a course in basic linguistics to enable them improve their command of written and spoken English.  This will be followed by an examination of certain sociolinguistic issues based on the mother tongue, the official language and other forms of local linguistic adaptations (e.g. the Pidgin English).  The question of which language is best for literacy and worker’s education will be properly discussed.

  • CAE 107.2: History and Scope of Adult Education in Nigeria

Development of adult education in Nigeria from the earliest times to the present; roles of public and voluntary agencies in the development of adult education in Nigeria.  A review of different forms of adult education as practiced in Nigeria and their implication for personal and societal development will be surveyed.

  • CAE 108.2: Management of Adult Education

Basic principles of planning, organization and administration of adult education schemes will be discussed.  Stress will be laid on the importance of regular inspection of adult education/literacy centres.

  • CAE 109.2: Community Development

The concept of Community Development; Community development and ‘self-help’; the need for involvement of the people in community development.Community development in Nigeria; the role of adult education.Community development and indigenous socio-cultural forms.

  • CAE 110.2: Measurement and Evaluation of Adult Education

Statistical concepts as they relate to measurement and evaluation of adult education outcomes/learning.  Some basic statistical methods for project work will also be examined.

  • CAE 111.2: Andragogical (Teaching) Practice (6 weeks)

Teaching of Adult Reading.  Supervised teaching of basic and post literacy classes.  Success in this practicum is compulsory for certification.

  • CAE 112.2: Original Essay/Project

Students are required to write an original essay on any topic of their choice based on their fieldwork experience.  The essay/project shall be supervised.

 

 

B.    The Bachelor of Education (B.Ed) Degree in Adult and Non- Formal Education

In collaboration with other Departments within and outside the Faculty of Education, the department of Adult and Non-formal Education offers a four-year programme leading to the award of B.Ed Degree with specialization in Adult and Non-Formal Education and one teaching subject as a minor area of concentration.

The Bachelor’s degree programme lasts for four (4) years.  It is open to qualified candidates who may apply through the Joint Matriculation Examination or have successfully completed the certificate programme in Adult Education.

The objective of the programme is to produce graduates who could design and implement Adult Education and community development programmes in the public and institutional sectors.  The programme provides opportunities for resourceful young men and women who intend making Adult Education their career, and with whom lies the task of planning research and evaluation of Adult Education programmes.

In specific terms, the B.Ed Degree programme in Adult Education is meant to achieve the following objectives:

  • To produce competent graduate teachers of Adult Education in intermediate and higher teacher training institution;
  • To provide trained Administrators of Adult Education programmes for Government Ministries and Mass Education agencies and other establishments concerned with the furtherance of Adult Education and rural/community development programmes in Nigeria;
  • To produce graduate teachers for the various specialized subject areas of instruction who would also be able to help in Adult and Non-formal Education programmes located within their places of work;
  • To help to up-grade the knowledge and skills of serving personnel who already posses intermediate qualifications (Diploma and Certificate) in Adult Education in Nigeria.

 

Admission Requirements for the Degree Programme in Adult and Non-Formal Education (B.Ed)

The four-year degree programme in Adult and Non-formal Education is open to the following:

  • Candidates with the West African School Certificate (WASC) or its equivalent with a minimum of five (5) credits (in the relevant subject areas of study) who shall have to pass the Universal Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTMB) of the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board.
  • Candidates who obtained a credit level pass (60% and above) in the University of Port Harcourt Certificate programme in Adult and Non-formal Education or that of any other recognized university.  Such candidates must in addition have credit in at least five (5) subjects and two (2) of these must be in the teaching subject area of the candidate’s choice.

Note: This category of candidates will be required to pass an interview organized by the Department of Adult and Non-formal Education.

 

Workload for Candidates Admitted into Adult and Non-Formal Education Under-Graduate Programme (B.Ed)

All candidates admitted into the Bachelor’s Degree in Adult and Non-formal Education, irrespective of their teaching subject areas, are required to take a minimum course-load of 15 units and maximum course-load of 19/20 units per semester.  This implies a minimum course-load of 30 units and a maximum of 38/40 units per session.  For the four-year programme, a candidate is required to carry a minimum course-load of 120 units and a maximum course-load of 155 units.  These courses include core courses covering general University Education courses (EDU), specialization courses in the Department of Adult and Non-formal Education and the candidate’s subject area of choice.

 

Androgogical Practice and the Industrial Attachment Programme

In both the certificate and degree programmes, the Department of Adult and Non-formal Education offers students brief periods of actual contact with an adult education learning centres, an industrial, or any other establishment in a similar field during which they practice in real life situation, what they learn in the university.  In the certificate programme, this practical exercise is by way of six (6) weeks andragogical/teaching practice.

For the degree programme, there are two levels of Andragogical/teaching practice, practicum I and practicum II.  Practicum I is for year II students while practicum II is for Year III students. Details of these activities will be given in the course descriptions. Students who go for Industrial Training Programme (IT) are expected to produce a report of about 12 pages on their activities in the establishments where they worked.

 

Degree Classification

The degree shall be awarded with 1st, 2nd upper, 2nd lower, 3rd class honours or a pass degree.  The cumulative grade point average for these classifications shall be as follows:

Class of degree                                     Cumulative grade point

 

1st class                                                 4.50     -           5.00

2nd class (Upper Division)                     3.50     -           4.49

2nd class (Lower Division)                      2.40     -           3.49

3rd class                                                 1.50     -           2.39

Pass                                                       1.00     -           1.49

Fail                                                          0.00     -           0.99

 

 

Continuation, Probation and Withdrawal

 

Continuation Requirement:

The continuation in the University is a cumulative grade point average (CGPA) of 1.00 at the end of every academic year.  The maximum number of years students can stay in the university is 6 years, after which they either pass out or fail out.

 

Probation and Withdrawal from study

Probation is a status granted to a student whose academic performance falls below an acceptable standard.  A student whose cumulative grade point average (CGPA) is below 1.00 at the end of a particular year of study earns a period of probation for one academic session. A student whose cumulative grade point average is below 1.00 at the end of one year probation, shall be required to withdraw from the programme.

 

Limitation of Registration

Students on probation may not register for more than 18 units per semester.  The purpose of the restriction is to give the students a chance to concentrate on improving their performance and thus raising their CGPA.

 

Warning For De-registration

Students should be warned by the course advisers to each level of the Department if at the end of any semester their GPA falls below 1.00.

 

Repeating failed course unit(s)

Subject to the conditions for withdrawal and probation, a student must repeat the failed unit(s) at the next available opportunity, provided that the total number of credit units carried during that semester does not exceed 24, and the grade point earned at all attempts shall count towards the CGPA.

 

Duration of programme

The programme lasts for a minimum of four years and maximum of six years.

 

Auditing of courses

Students may attend a course outside their prescribed programme.  The course shall be recorded in their transcript only if they have registered for it with the approval of the Head of the Department and the Dean of the Faculty and taken the prescribed examination.  An audited course shall not be used in calculating the CGPA.

 

Academic advisers

Every level of students is attached to an Academic Adviser who is a member of the academic staff and who will advise the students on academic affairs as well as on personal matters.  Academic advisers are expected to follow their student’s academic progress and provide counseling to them. See Appendix A for a list of Academic Advisers for 2012-2014 Sessions.

The Head of the Department assigns academic advisers to each level of students at the beginning of each session.  Such academic adviser should give clear information on their doors or the departmental board(s) about appropriate times and places at which they will be available to students who wish to consult them.

 

Structure of the Degree

To be eligible for the award of the B.Ed Degree in Adult and Non-Formal Education, students must successfully complete the under listed core courses in Education: the specialization courses, as well as the elective and general university courses. In any event, each student must pass at least 120 credit units to obtain the B.Ed degree in Adult and Non-Formal Education. The structure of the degree programme with the attendant credit units is as shown under the Department’s academic programmes.

 

ACADEMIC PROGRAMMES

Faculty, Departmental, Teaching and University Courses

 

ACCOUNTING

 

YEAR ONE

1st Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Units

EDU 100.1

Introduction to Education

2

EDU 103.1

Theory & Practice of Physical Activity I

1

DAE 100.1

Introduction to Adult & Non-Formal Education

3

ECO 102.1

Principles of Economics I

3

MGT 150.1

Business Mathematics I

3

GES 103.1

Nigerian People and Culture

2

GES 104.1

History and Philosophy of science

2

 

TOTAL

16

 

 

2nd Semester

 

Course Code

Course Title

Units

EDU 103.2

Theory & Practice of Physical Activity II

1

DAE 101.2

Introduction to Literacy Education

3

DAE 102.2

History and Development of Adult Education

2

MGT 152.2

Business Mathematics II

3

MGT 153.2

Business Communication

3

GES 100.2

Communication Skill in English

3

GES 101.2

Computer Appreciation and Application

2

GES 102.2

Introduction to Logic & Philosophy

2

 

TOTAL

19

 

YEAR TWO

1st Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Units

EDU 200.1

Developmental Psychology

3

EDU 2C1.2

Community Service

1

DAE 200.1

Introduction to Philosophy of Adult Education

3

DAE 201.1

Methods & Materials in Adult Education

3

DAE 202.1

Fundamentals of Distance Education

3

ACT 201.1

Introduction to Financial Accounting I

3

FIN 232.1

Principles of Finance

3

 

TOTAL

19

 

 

2nd Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Units

EDU 201.2

Teaching Practice

2

EDU 200.2

Art of Teaching

3

DAE 203.2

Sociology of Adult Learning 

3

DAE 204.2

Theory & Methods of Adult Education

3

DAE 205.2

Psychology of Adult Learning

3

ACT 202.2

Introduction to Financial Accounting II

3

ACT 232.2

Introduction to Cost and Management Accounting

3

 

TOTAL

20

 

YEAR THREE

1st Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Units

DAE 300.1

Curriculum Development in Adult Education

3

DAE 302.1

Adult Education Community Development

3

DAE 303.1

Introduction to Environmental Adult Education 

3

DAE 301.1

Research Methods and Statistics in Adult Education

3

ACT 310.1

Intermediate Accounting

3

ACT 314.1

Cost Accounting

3

 

TOTAL

18

 

 

2nd Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Units

EDU 302.2

Methods Course

3

DAE 304.2

Women & Population Education

3

DAE 305.2

Practicum in Adult Education

3

DAE 306.2

Intro. to Nomadic Education

3

ACT 315.2

Taxation I

3

ACT 319.2

Auditing & Investigation I

3

GES 300.2

Entrepreneurship Development

2

 

TOTAL

20

 

YEAR FOUR

1st Semester

Course code

Course Title

Units

EDU 400.1

Management in Education

2

EDU 401.1

Test and Measurement

2

DAE 400.1

Organization & Mgt. of Adult Education

3

DAE 401.1

Contemporary Issues in Adult Education

3

ACT 420.1

Taxation II

3

ACT 423.1

Auditing & Investigation II

3

 

TOTAL

16

 

 

2nd Semester

Course code

Course Title

Units

EDU 402.2

Research Project

4

DAE 403.2

Adult Education and Socio-Economic Dev. in Nigeria

3

DAE 404.2

Comparative Adult Education

3

ACT 427.2

Public Sector Accounting

3

ACT 430.2

Accounting Information System

3

 

TOTAL

16

 

Grand Total

145

 

 

ECONOMICS

YEAR ONE

 

1st Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Units

EDU 100.1

Introduction to Education

2

EDU 103.1

Theory & Practice of Physical Activity I

1

DAE 100.1

Introduction to Adult & Non-Formal Education

3

ECO 102.1

Principles of Economics I

3

SOC 102.1

Social System

3

GES 103.1

Nigerian People and Culture

2

GES 104.1

History and Philosophy of science

2

 

TOTAL

16

 

 

2nd Semester

 

Course Code

Course Title

Units

EDU 103.2

Theory & Practice of Physical Activity II

1

DAE 101.2

Introduction to Literacy Education

3

DAE 102.2

History and Development of Adult Education

2

ECO 102.2

Principles of Economics II

3

POL 101.2

Political Analysis

3

GES 100.2

Communication Skill in English

3

GES 101.2

Computer Appreciation and Application

2

GES 102.2

Introduction to Logic & Philosophy

2

 

TOTAL

20

 

YEAR TWO

1st Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Units

EDU 200.1

Developmental Psychology

3

EDU 2C1.2

Community Service

1

DAE 200.1

Introduction to Philosophy of Adult Education

3

DAE 201.1

Methods & Materials in Adult Education

3

DAE 202.1

Fundamentals of Distance Education

3

ECO 201.1

Introduction to Micro-Economics

3

ECO 202.1

Structure of Nigerian Economics

3

 

TOTAL

19

 

2nd Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Units

EDU 201.2

Teaching Practice

2

EDU 200.2

Art of Teaching

3

DAE 203.2

Sociology of Adult Learning 

3

DAE 204.2

Theory & Methods of Adult Education

3

DAE 205.2

Psychology of Adult Learning

3

ECO 201.2

Introduction to Macro Economics

3

ECO 202.2

Politics of Economic Development

3

 

TOTAL

20

 

 

YEAR THREE

1st Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Units

DAE 300.1

Curriculum Development in Adult Education

3

DAE 302.1

Adult Education Community Development

3

DAE 303.1

Introduction to Environmental Adult Education 

3

DAE 301.1

Research Methods and Statistics in Adult Education

3

ECO 301.1

Intermediate Micro Economics

3

ECO 303.1

Public Sector Economics

3

 

TOTAL

18

 

 

 

2nd Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Units

EDU 302.2

Methods Course

3

DAE 304.2

Women & Population Education

3

DAE 305.2

Practicum in Adult Education

3

DAE 306.2

Intro. to Nomadic Education

3

ECO 300.2

Monetary Economics

3

ECO 301.2

Intermediate Macro Economics

3

GES 300.2

Entrepreneurship Development

2

 

TOTAL

20

 

YEAR FOUR

1st Semester

Course code

Course Title

Units

EDU 400.1

Management in Education

2

EDU 401.1

Test and Measurement

2

DAE 400.1

Organization & Mgt. of Adult Education

3

DAE 401.1

Contemporary Issues in Adult Education

3

ECO 401.1

Advanced Microeconomics

3

ECO 403.1

Economic Planning

3

 

TOTAL

16

 

2nd Semester

Course code

Course Title

Units

EDU 402.2

Research Project

4

DAE 403.2

Adult Education and Socio-Economic Dev. in Nigeria

3

DAE 404.2

Comparative Adult Education

3

ECO 402.2

Comparative Economic System

3

ECO 403.2

Problems & Policies of Development

3

 

TOTAL

16

 

Grand Total

145

 

 

 

POLITICAL SCIENCE

YEAR ONE

 

1st Semester

Course code

Course Title

Units

EDU 100.1

Introduction to Education

2

EDU 103.1

Theory & Practice of Physical Activity I

1

DAE 100.1

Introduction to Adult & Non-Formal Education

3

SOC 102.1

Introduction to Sociology

3

POL 102.1

Nigerian Legal System

3

GES 103.1

Nigerian People and Culture

2

GES 104.1

History and Philosophy of science

2

 

TOTAL

16

 

2nd Semester

 

Course code

Course Title

Units

EDU 103.2

Theory & Practice of Physical Activity II

1

DAE 101.2

Introduction to Literacy Education

3

DAE 102.2

History and Development of Adult Education

3

POL 101.1

Political Analysis

3

GEM 102.2

People & their Environment

3

GES 100.2

Communication Skills in English

3

GES 101.2

Computer Appreciation and Application

2

GES 102.2

Introduction to Logic & Philosophy

2

 

TOTAL

20

 

 

YEAR TWO

1st Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Units

EDU 200.1

Developmental Psychology

3

EDU2C1.1

Community Service

1

DAE 200.1

Philosophy of Adult Education

3

DAE 201.1

Methods & Materials in Adult Education

3

DAE 202.1

Fundamentals of Distance Education

3

POL 201.2

Politics of Developing Areas

3

POL 202.1

Nigerian Constitution

3

POL 211.1

Imperialism and Liberalism

3

 

 

 

 

TOTAL

22

 

2nd Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Units

EDU 200.2

Art of Teaching

2

EDU 201.2

Teaching Practice

2

DAE 203.2

Sociology of Adult Learning 

3

DAE 204.2

Theory & Methods of Adult Education

3

DAE 205.2

Psychology of Adult Learning

3

POL 209.1

Principles of Public Administration

3

 

TOTAL

19

 

 

YEAR THREE

1st Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Units

DAE 300.1

Curriculum Development in Adult Education

3

DAE 301.1

Research Methods and Statistics in Adult Education

3

DAE 302.1

Adult Education and Community Development

3

DAE 303.1

Introduction to Environmental Adult Education 

3

POL 350.1

Government/Politics of Nigeria

3

POL 353.1

Local Government and Politics

3

 

TOTAL

18

 

2nd Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Units

EDU 302.2

Methods Course

3

DAE 304.2

Women and Population Education

3

DAE 305.2

Practicum in Adult Education

3

DAE 306.2

Introduction to Nomadic Education

3

POL 354.2

Contemporary Imperialism

3

POL 355.2

Comparative Politics

3

GES 300.2

Entrepreneurship Development

2

 

TOTAL

20

 

YEAR FOUR

1st Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Units

EDU 400.1

Management in Education

2

EDU 401.1

Test and Measurement

2

DAE 400.1

Organization & Management of Adult Education

3

DAE 404.1

Contemporary Issues in Adult Education

3

POL 450.1

Development Administration

3

POL 454.1

Political Parties/Pressure Groups

3

 

TOTAL

16

 

2nd Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Units

EDU 402.2

Research Project

4

DAE 403.2

Adult Education and Socio-Economic Development in Nigeria

3

DAE 404.2

Comparative Adult Education

3

POL 404.2

Colonialism/Social Formation

3

POL 457.2

Comparative Public Administration

3

 

TOTAL

16

 

Grand Total

145

 

 

GEOGRAPHY AND ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT

 

YEAR ONE

1st Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Units

EDU 100.1

Introduction to Education

2

EDU 103.1

Theory & Practice of Physical Activity I

1

DAE 100.1

Intro. to Adult & Non-Formal Education

3

SOM 101.1

Bio-Physical Environment

3

GEM 102.1

Introduction to Practical Geography

3

GES 103.1

Nigerian People and Culture

2

GES 104.1

History and Philosophy of science

2

 

TOTAL

16

 

2nd Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Units

EDU 103.2

Theory & Practice of Physical Activity II

1

DAE 101.2

Introduction to Literacy Education

3

DAE 102.2

History and Development of Adult Education

3

GEM 105.2

Introduction to Elements of Human Geography

3

GEM 106.2

Human Environment

3

GES 100.2

Communication Skill in English

3

GES 101.2

Computer Appreciation and Application

2

GES 102.2

Introduction to Logic & Philosophy

2

 

TOTAL

20

 

YEAR TWO

1st Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Units

EDU 2C1.1

Community Service

1

EDU 200.1

Developmental Psychology

3

DAE 200.1

Philosophy of Adult Education

3

DAE 201.1

Methods & Materials in Adult Education

3

DAE 202.1

Fundamentals of Distance Education

3

GEM 201.1

Spatial Organization of Society

3

GEM 202.1

Introduction to Climatology

3

 

TOTAL

19

 

 

2nd Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Units

EDU 200.2

Art of Teaching

3

EDU 201.2

Teaching Practice

2

DAE 203.2

Sociology of Adult Learning 

3

DAE 204.2

Theory & Methods of Adult Education

3

DAE 205.2

Psychology of Adult Learning

3

GEM 205.2

Intro. to Population Geography

3

GEM 206.2

Intro. to Cartography and Map Analysis

3

 

TOTAL

20

 

 

YEAR THREE

1st Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Units

DAE 300.1

Curriculum Development in Adult Education

3

DAE 301.1

Research Methods and Statistics in Adult Education

       3

DAE 302.1

Adult Education and Community Development

3

DAE 303.1

Introduction to Environmental Adult Education

3

GEM 301.1

Economic Geography 

3

GEM 304.1

Biogeography and Environmental Management

3

 

TOTAL

18

 

2nd Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Units

EDU 302.2

Methods Course

3

DAE 304.2

Women & Population Education

3

DAE 305.2

Practicum in Adult Education

3

DAE 306.2

Introduction to Nomadic Education

3

GEM 303.2

Geographic Information System & Digital

3

GEM 307.2

Geography of Africa with Special Emphasis Towards Africa

3

GES 300.2

Entrepreneurship Development

2

 

TOTAL

20

 

 

YEAR FOUR

1st Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Units

EDU 400.1

Management in Education

2

EDU 401.1

Test and Measurement

2

DAE 400.1

Organization & Management of Adult Education

3

DAE 401.1

Contemporary Issues in Adult Education

3

GEM 401.1

Systematic Geography of Nigeria

3

GEM 402.1

Contemporary Philosophy & Method of Geography

3

 

TOTAL

16

 

2nd Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Units

EDU 402.2

Research Project

4

DAE 403.2

Adult Education and Socio-Economic Development in Nigeria

3

DAE 404.2

Comparative Adult Education

3

GEM 408.2

Geography of Developing World

3

GEM 410.2

Regional Planning Studies

3

 

TOTAL

16

 

Grand Total

145

 

 

 

LIST OF ACADEMIC STAFF (POLITICAL       SCIENCE)

S/N

NAME

QUALIFICATIONS

FIELD OF SPECIALIZATION

MAJOR PUBLICATIONS

1

Alapiki H.E.

B.Sc. PGDE, MSC, Ph.D(UPH)

Political Theory/Development Studies

professor

2

Nwaorgu, O.C.

B.A. (Hons.), M.A.  1st Class PG. Dip in Pop. Std., Ph.D, Panjab, India.

International Relations/Development Studies

Professor

3

Ndu, E.C

B.Sc. UPH, M.A., Ph.D Toronto

Political Theory/Democratic Theory

Professor

4

Ekekwe, E. C

B.A. (Western), M. A., Ph.D

Development Studies

Professor

5

Nna Johnson N.

B.Sc., Ph.D (UPH)

Development Studies

Professor

6

Aaron, K.K.

B.Sc. M.Sc., Ph.D (UPH)

Public Administration, Developmental Studies 

Senior Lecturer

7

Ukiwo, U.

B.Sc UPH, M.Sc, Ph.d., Oxford

Development Studies

International Relations

Senior Lecturer

8

Nwosu, O.S.

B.Sc. M.Sc., UPH Ph.D ,

Political Theory Development Studies

Asst. Prof.

9

Amadi, S.O.

B.Sc. M./Sc., Ph.D (UPH)

Political Theory

Senior Lecturer

10

Nte, T.

B.Sc. M./Sc., Ph.D (UPH)

International Relations

Lecturers I

11

Ogali, M. D.

B.Sc., M.Sc., UPH., Ph.D In view

Political Theory

Lecturers I

12

Obomanu, E.

B.Sc., M.Sc., UPH, Ph.D In view

Political Theory

Lecturers I

13

Okene, N.

B.Sc., IMSU., M.Sc. UPH., Ph.D In view

Development Studies

Lecturers II

14

Wonah, E.

B.Sc, UPH, M.Sc, UPH., Ph.D (UPH)

Developmental Studies

Lecturers I

15

Mgba, C.

B.Sc., M.Sc., UPH., M.Sc., London, Ph.D In view

Development Studies, International Relation

Lecturers I

16

Alale, O. O.

B.Sc., M.Sc, Ph.D UPH,

International Relations

Lecturer  II

17

Chukwu, R.D.

B.Sc., M.Sc, Ph.D UPH,

International Relations

Lecturer II

18

Achinulo, E.C.

B.Sc., M.Sc, Ph.D UPH,

Public Administration

Asst. Lecturer

19

Azu, V.N.

B.Sc., M.Sc, Ph.D UPH,

Public Administration

Lecturer II

20

Ada, U.R.

B.Sc., M.Sc, Ph.D UPH,

Developmental Studies

Lecturer II

21

Onyeukwu, U.

B.Sc., M.Sc, Ph.D UPH,

Political Theory

Lecturer II

22

Ugwu, C.

B.Sc. (UNN), M.Sc., Ph.D (UPH)

Public Administration

Lecturer II

 

 

PHYSICS

YEAR ONE

 

1st Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Units

EDU 100.1

Introduction to Education

2

EDU 103.1

Theory & Practice of Physical Activity I

1

DAE 100.1

Introduction to Adult & Non-Formal Education

3

PHY 101.1

Introduction to Mechanics & Properties of Matter

3

PHY 102.1

Laboratory Practice I

1

CHM 130.1

General Chemistry 1

3

GES 103.1

Nigerian People and Culture

2

GES 104.1

History and Philosophy of science

2

 

TOTAL

17

 

2nd Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Units

EDU 103.2

Theory & Practice of Physical Activity II

1

DAE 101.2

Introduction to Literacy Education

3

DAE 102.2

History and Development of Adult Education

3

PHY 103.2

Laboratory Practice II

1

PHY 112.2

Introduction to Electricity and Magnetism

3

GES 100.2

Communication Skill in English

3

GES 101.2

Computer Appreciation and Application

2

GES 102.2

Introduction to Logic and Philosophy

2

 

TOTAL

18

 

 

YEAR TWO

1st Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Units

EDU 2C1.1

Community Service

1

EDU 200.1

Developmental Psychology

3

DAE 200.1

Philosophy of Adult Education

3

DAE 201.1

Methods & Materials in Adult Education

3

DAE 202.1

Fundamentals of Distance Education

3

PHY 200.1

Energy & Environment

2

PHY 201.1

Laboratory Practice III

1

PHY 216.1

Vibration and Waves

3

 

TOTAL

19

 

 

2nd Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Units

EDU 200.2

Art of Teaching

2

EDU 204.2

Teaching Practice

2

DAE 203.2

Sociology of Adult Learning 

3

DAE 204.2

Theory & Methods of Adult Education

3

DAE 205.2

Psychology of Adult Learning

3

PHY 211.2

Quantum Mechanical I

3

PHY 231.2

Modern Physics

3

 

TOTAL

19

 

 

YEAR THREE

1st Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Units

DAE 300.1

Curriculum Development in Adult Education

3

DAE 302.1

Adult Education and Community Development

3

DAE 301.1

Research Methods and Statistics in Adult Education

3

DAE 303.1

Introduction to Environmental Adult Education 

3

PHY 315.1

Electricity and Magnetism 1

3

PHY 331.1

Quantum Mechanical II

 

TOTAL

18

 

2nd Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Units

EDU 302.2

Methods Course

3

DAE 304.1

Women & Population Education

3

DAE 305.2

Practicum in Adult Education

3

DAE 306.2

Intro. to Nomadic Education

3

PHY 314.2

Electricity and Magnetism II

3

PHY 342.2

Solid State Physics

3

GES 300.2

Entrepreneurship Development

2

 

TOTAL

20

 

 

YEAR FOUR

1st Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Units

EDU 400.1

Management in Education

2

EDU 401.1

Test and Measurement

2

DAE 401.1

Organization and Management of Adult Education

3

DAE 402.1

Contemporary Issues in Adult Education

3

PHY 440.1

Physics Optics

3

PHY 450.1

Atomic and Nuclear Physics

3

 

TOTAL

16

 

 

2nd Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Units

EDU 402.2

Research Project

4

DAE 403.2

Adult Education and Socio-Economic Development in Nigeria

3

DAE 404.2

Comparative Adult Education

3

PHY 448.2

Atomic and Nuclear Spectroscopy

3

PHY 452.2

Electronics

3

 

TOTAL

16

 

Grand Total

144

 

 

 

CHEMISTRY

YEAR ONE

 

1st Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Units

EDU 100.1

Introduction to Education

2

EDU 103.1

Theory & Practice of Physical Activity I

1

DAE 100.1

Introduction to Adult & Non-Formal Education

3

PHY 101.1

Mechanics & Properties of Matter

3

CHM 130.1

General Chemistry I

3

GES 103.1

Nigerian People and Culture

2

GES 104.1

History and Philosophy of science

2

 

TOTAL

16

 

2nd Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Units

EDU 103.2

Theory & Practice of Physical Activity II

1

DAE 101.2

Introduction to Literacy Education

3

DAE 102.2

History and Development of Adult Education

3

CHM 131.2

General Chemistry II

3

CHM 132.2

Introduction to Principle of Organic Chemistry

3

GES 100.2

Communication Skill in English

3

GES 101.2

Computer Appreciation and Application

2

GES 102.2

Introduction to Logic and Philosophy

2

 

TOTAL

20

 

 

YEAR TWO

1st Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Units

EDU 2C1

Community Service

1

EDU 200.1

Developmental Psychology

3

DAE 200.1

Philosophy of Adult Education

3

DAE 201.1

Methods & Materials in Adult Education

3

DAE 202.1

Fundamentals of Distance Education

3

CHM 250.1

Inorganic Chemistry I

3

CHM 260.1

Organic Chemistry I

3

 

TOTAL

19

 

 

2nd Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Units

EDU 200.2

Art of Teaching

2

EDU 204.2

Teaching Practice

2

DAE 203.2

Sociology of Adult Learning 

3

DAE 204.2

Theory & Methods of Adult Education

3

DAE 205.2

Psychology of Adult Learning

3

CHM 240.2

Physical Chemistry 1

3

CHM 261.2

Organic Chemistry II

3

 

TOTAL

19

 

 

YEAR THREE

1st Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Units

DAE 300.1

Curriculum Development in Adult Education

3

DAE 301.1

Research Methods and Statistics in Adult Education

3

DAE 302.1

Adult Education and Community Development

3

DAE 303.1

Introduction to Environmental Adult Education

3

CHM 340.1

Physical Chemistry II

3

CHM 350.1

Inorganic Chemistry II

 

TOTAL

18

 

 

2nd Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Units

EDU 302.2

Methods Course

3

DAE 304.1

Women & Population Education

3

DAE 305.2

Practicum in Adult Education

3

DAE 306.2

Introduction to Nomadic Education

3

CHM 336.2

Environmental Chemistry

3

CHM 349.2

Chemical Kinetics

3

GES 300.2

Entrepreneurship Development

2

 

TOTAL

20

 

 

YEAR FOUR

1st Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Units

EDU 400.1

Management in Education

2

EDU 401.1

Test and Measurement

2

DAE 401.1

Organization & Mgt. of Adult Education

3

DAE 402.1

Contemporary Issues in Adult Education

3

CHM 440.1

Physical Chemistry III

3

CHM 450.1

Inorganic Chemistry III

3

 

TOTAL

16

 

2nd Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Units

EDU 402.2

Research Project

4

DAE 403.2

Adult Education and Socio-Economic Dev. in Nigeria

3

DAE 404.2

Comparative Adult Education

3

CHM 461.2

Organic Synthesis

3

CHM 462.2

Pharmaceutical Chemistry

3

 

TOTAL

15

 

Grand Total

140

 

 

 

BIOLOGY

YEAR ONE

 

1st Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Units

EDU 100.1

Introduction to Education

2

EDU 103.1

Theory & Practice of Physical Activity I

1

DAE 100.1

Introduction to Adult & Non-Formal Education

3

PHY 101.1

Mechanics & Properties of Matter

3

FSB 101.1

General Biology I

3

GES 103.1

Nigerian People and Culture

2

GES 104.1

History and Philosophy of science

2

 

TOTAL

16

 

2nd Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Units

EDU 103.2

Theory & Practice of Physical Activity II

1

DAE 101.2

Introduction to Literacy Education

3

DAE 102.2

History and Development of Adult Education

2

FSB 102.2

General Biology II

3

CHM 131.2

Introduction to Principle of General chemistry

3

GES 100.2

Communication Skill in English

3

GES 101.2

Computer Appreciation and Application

2

GES 102.2

Introduction to Logic and Philosophy

2

 

TOTAL

19

 

YEAR TWO

1st Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Units

EDU 2C1.2

Community Service

1

EDU 200.1

Developmental Psychology

2

DAE 200.1

Introduction to Philosophy of Adult Education

3

DAE 201.1

Methods & Materials in Adult Education

3

DAE 202.1

Fundamentals of Distance Education

3

FSB 201.1

Cell Biology

3

FSB 203.1

Biological Techniques

3

 

TOTAL

17

 

2nd Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Units

EDU 200.2

Art of Teaching

2

EDU 201.2

Teaching Practice

2

DAE 203.2

Sociology of Adult Learning 

3

DAE 204.2

Theory & Methods of Adult Education

3

DAE 205.2

Psychology of Adult Learning

3

FSB 201.2

Structure and Function of Seed Plant

3

FSB 204.2

General Ecology

3

 

TOTAL

20

 

 

YEAR THREE

1st Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Units

DAE 300.1

Curriculum Development in Adult Education

3

DAE 301.1

Research Methods and Statistics in Adult Education

3

DAE 302.1

Adult Education Community Development

3

DAE 303.1

Introduction to Environmental Adults Education

3

FSB 300.1

Mycology

3

FSB 305.1

Animal Behaviour

 

TOTAL

18

 

2nd Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Units

EDU 302.2

Method Course

3

DAE 304.2

Women & Population Education

3

DAE 305.2

Practicum in Adult Education

3

DAE 306.2

Introduction to Nomadic Education

3

PSB 304.2

Plant Physiology

3

MCB 302.2

Soil Microbiology

3

GES 300.2

Entrepreneurship Development

2

 

TOTAL

20

 

 

YEAR FOUR

1st Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Units

EDU 400.1

Management in Education

2

EDU 401.1

Test and Measurement

2

DAE 401.1

Organization & Mgt. of Adult Education

3

DAE 402.1

Contemporary Issues in Adult Education

3

PSB 402.1

Economic Plant

3

AEB 451.1

Comparative Anatomy & Physiology

3

 

TOTAL

16

 

2nd Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Units

EDU 402.2

Research Project

4

DAE 403.2

Adult Education and Socio-Economic Development in Nigeria

3

DAE 404.2

Comparative Adult Education

3

FSB 406.2

Molecular Biology

3

FSB 418.2

Aquatic & Pollution Biology

3

 

TOTAL

15

 

Grand Total

140

 

 

MATHEMATICS

YEAR ONE

 

1st Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Units

EDU 100.1

Introduction to Education

2

EDU 103.1

Theory & Practice of Physical Activity I

1

DAE 100.1

Introduction to Adult & Non-Formal Education

3

PHY 101.1

Mechanics & Properties of Matter

3

MTH 110.1

Algebra and Trigonometry

3

GES 103.1

Nigerian People and Culture

2

GES 104.1

History and Philosophy of science

2

 

TOTAL

18

 

2nd Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Units

EDU 103.2

Theory & Practice of Physical Activity II

1

DAE 101.2

Introduction to Literacy Education

3

DAE 102.2

History and Development of Adult Education

3

MTH 114.2

Introduction to Logic and Numbers

3

PHY 112.2

Introduction to Electricity & Magnetism

3

GES 100.2

Communication Skill in English

3

GES 101.2

Computer Appreciation and Application

2

GES 102.2

Introduction to Logic and Philosophy

2

 

TOTAL

20

 

YEAR TWO

1st Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Units

EDU 2C1.2

Community Service

1

EDU 200.1

Developmental Psychology

3

DAE 200.1

Philosophy of Adult Education

3

DAE 201.1

Methods & Materials in Adult Education

3

DAE 202.1

Fundamentals of Distance Education.

3

MTH 210.1

Linear Algebra

3

MTH 230.1

Modern Algebra

3

 

TOTAL

19

 

 

2nd Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Units

EDU 200.2

Art of Teaching

2

EDU 204.2

Teaching Practice

2

DAE 203.2

Sociology of Adult Learning 

3

DAE 204.2

Theory & Methods of Adult Education

3

DAE 205.2

Psychology of Adult Learning

3

MTH 205.2

Elementary Differential Equations

3

MTH 224.2

Mathematics Methods

3

 

TOTAL

19

 

 

YEAR THREE

1st Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Units

DAE 300.1

Curriculum Development in Adult Education

3

DAE 301.1

Research Methods and Statistics in Adult Education

3

DAE 302.1

Adult Education and Community Development

3

DAE 303.1

Introduction to Environmental Adult Education

3

MTH 320.1

Real Analysis II

3

MTH 340.1

Ordinary Differential Equation

 

TOTAL

18

 

2nd Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Units

EDU 302.2

Method Course

2

DAE 304.2

Women & Population Education

3

DAE 305.2

Practicum in Adult Education

3

DAE 306.2

Introduction to Nomadic Education

3

MTH 310.2

Modern Algebra

3

MTH 326.2

Complex Analysis

3

GES 300.2

Entrepreneurship Development

2

 

TOTAL

19

 

 

YEAR FOUR

1st Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Units

EDU 400.1

Management in Education

2

EDU 401.1

Test and Measurement

2

DAE 401.1

Organization & Mgt. of Adult Education

3

DAE 402.1

Contemporary Issues in Adult Education

3

MTH 420.1

Functional Analysis

3

MTH 430.1

Functional Equation

3

 

TOTAL

16

 

2nd Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Units

EDU 402.2

Research Project

4

DAE 403.2

Adult Education and Socio-Economic Dev. in Nigeria

3

DAE 404.2

Comparative Adult Education

3

MTH 492.2

Numerical Methods

3

MTH 474.2

Probability Theory

3

 

TOTAL

15

 

Grand Total

145

 

 

FOR BIOLOGY EDUCATION: 

S/N

NAME

QUALIFICATION

AREA OF SPECIALIZATION

DESIGNATION

1.

Arene, F.O.I.

B.Sc., M.Sc., Ph.D

Parasitology Pathology 

Professor

2.

Awi-Waadu, G.D.B.

B.Sc., M.Sc., Ph.D

Parasitology Ecology & Pathology

Professor

3.

Sikoki, F.D.

B.Sc., M.Sc., Ph.D

Fisheries/

Hydrobiology

Professor

4.

Agu, G.

B.Sc., M.Sc., Ph.D

Animal Physiology

Professor

5.

Akonye L.A.

B.Sc., M.Sc., Ph.D

Plant/Environmental Stress/Physiological Toxicology

Professor

6.

Obute, G.C.

B.Sc., Ph.D

Biosystematics Cytogenetic

Professor

7.

Nzeako, O.S.

B.Sc., M.Sc., Ph.D

Parasitology

Assistant Lecturer

8.

Eremrena, P.

B.Sc., M.Sc

Plant Physiology

Assistant Lecturer

 

 

 

 

FOR MATHEMATICS EDUCATION:

 

S/N

NAME

QUALIFICATION

AREA OF SPECIALIZATION

DESIGNATION

1.

David, E.E.

B.Sc ., M.Sc., Ph.D

Algebra

Senior Lecturer

2.

Asibong-Ibe U.I.

B.Sc., M.Sc., Ph.D

Algebra

Senior Lecturer

3.

Ekaka, A.E.N.

B.Sc., M.Sc., Ph.D

Modelling

Lecturer  I

4.

Bazuaye, F.E.

B.Sc., M.Sc

Numberical Analysis  

Lecturer  I

5.

Olisa, O.D.

B.Sc., M.Sc., Ph.D

Applied Mathematics 

Lecturer I

6.

Ikonwa, I.O.

B.Sc., M.Sc

Applied Mathematics 

Lecturer I

7.

Udo-Akpan I.U.

B.Sc., M.Sc

Applied Mathematics 

Lecturer I

8.

Jackreece, P.C.

B.Sc ., M.Sc., Ph.D

Functional Differential Equation

Lecturer II

9.

Nzeram F.E.

B.Sc., M.Sc

Applied Mathematics

Lecturer II

10.

Alimi A.

B.Sc., M.Sc

Mathematics

Assistant Lecturer

11.

Oahimire J.

B.Sc., M.Sc

Mathematics

Assistant Lecturer

 

FOR PHYSICS EDUCATION:

S/N

NAME

QUALIFICATION

AREA OF SPECIALIZATION

DESIGNATION

1.

Abumere, O.E.

B.Sc., M.Sc., Ph.D

Solid State Physics/Electronics

Professor

2.

Avwiri, G.O.

B.Sc., M.Sc., Ph.D

Electronics/Environmental Physics

Professor

3.

Owate, I.O.

B.Sc., M.Sc., Ph.D

Applied Physics (Electronics/Materials)

Professor & HOD

4.

Ekine, A.S.

B.Sc., M.Sc., Ph.D

Applied Geophysics

Professor

5.

Chukwuocha, E.O.

B.Sc., M.Sc., Ph.D

Theoretical Physics (MHD floes)

Senior Lecturer 

6.

Chad-Umoren, Y.E.

B.Sc., M.Sc., Ph.D

Nuclear Physics

Senior Lecturer

7.

Nte, F.U.

B.Sc., PGD., M.Sc., Ph.D

Environmental Physics

Senior Lecturer

8.

Sofolabo, A.O.

B.Sc., M.Sc., Ph.D

Exploration/Applied Geophysics

Lecturer I

9.

Nwankwo, C.N.

B.Sc., M.Sc., Ph.D

Applied Geophysics

Lecturer I

10

Enyinna, P.I.

B.Sc., M.Sc., Ph.D

Environmental Physics

Lecturer I

11.

Emujakporue, G.

B. Tech., M.Tech

Applied Geophysics

Lecturer I

12.

Ngwueke, M.I.

B.Sc ., M.Sc., Ph.D

Theoretical Physics

Lecturer I

13.

Onwunema, S.E.

B.Sc., M.Sc

Theoretical Physics

Lecturer II

14.

Onovughe, E.V.

B.Sc., M.Sc

Materials Science

Lecturer II

 

 

FOR CHEMISTRY EDUCATION:

S/N

NAME

QUALIFICATION

AREA OF SPECIALIZATION

DESIGNATION

1.

Abumere, O.E.

B.Sc., M.Sc., Ph.D

Solid State Physics/Electronics

Professor

2.

Avwiri, G.O.

B.Sc., M.Sc., Ph.D

Electronics/Environmental Physics

Professor

3.

Owate, I.O.

B.Sc., M.Sc., Ph.D

Applied Physics (Electronics/Materials)

Professor & HOD

4.

Ekine, A.S.

B.Sc., M.Sc., Ph.D

Applied Geophysics

Professor

5.

Chukwuocha, E.O.

B.Sc., M.Sc., Ph.D

Theoretical Physics (MHD floes)

Senior Lecturer 

6.

Chad-Umoren, Y.E.

B.Sc., M.Sc., Ph.D

Nuclear Physics

Senior Lecturer

7.

Nte, F.U.

B.Sc., PGD., M.Sc., Ph.D

Environmental Physics

Senior Lecturer

8.

Sofolabo, A.O.

B.Sc., M.Sc., Ph.D

Exploration/Applied Geophysics

Lecturer I

9.

Nwankwo, C.N.

B.Sc., M.Sc., Ph.D

Applied Geophysics

Lecturer I

10

Enyinna, P.I.

B.Sc., M.Sc., Ph.D

Environmental Physics

Lecturer I

11.

Emujakporue, G.

B. Tech., M.Tech

Applied Geophysics

Lecturer I

12.

Ngwueke, M.I.

B.Sc ., M.Sc., Ph.D

Theoretical Physics

Lecturer I

13.

Onwunema, S.E.

B.Sc., M.Sc

Theoretical Physics

Lecturer II

14.

Onovughe, E.V.

B.Sc., M.Sc

Materials Science

Lecturer II

 

 

ENGLISH

1st Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Units

EDU 100.1

Introduction to Education

2

EDU 103.1

Theory & Practice of Physical Activity I

1

DAE 100.1

Introduction to Adult & Non-Formal Education

3

LCS 100.1                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             

Introduction to English

3

THA 100.1

Fundamentals of Theatre Arts

3

GES 103.1

Nigeria peoples and Culture

2

GES 104.1

History and Philosophy of Science

2

 

TOTAL

16

 

2nd Semester

 

Course Code

Course Title

Units

EDU 103.2

Theory & Practice of Physical Activity II

1

DAE 101.2

Introduction To Literacy Education

3

DAE 102.2

History and Development of Adult Education

3

EST 120.2

Introduction to the Study of Literature 

3

EST 122.2

Grammar and Composition

3

GES 100 .2

Communication Skills in English                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   

3

GES 101.2

Computer Appreciation and Application

2

GES 102.2

Introduction to Logic & Philosophy

2

 

TOTAL

20

 

YEAR TWO

1st Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Units

EDU 2C1.2

Community Service

1

EDU 200.1

Developmental Psychology

3

DAE 200.1

Introduction Philosophy of Adult Education

3

DAE 201.1

Methods & Materials in Adult Education

3

DAE 202.1

Fundamentals of Distance Education

3

EST 201.1

Phonetics and Spoken English

3

EST 203.2

Introduction to Nigerian Literature in English

3

 

TOTAL

19

 

2nd Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Units

EDU 200.2

Art of Teaching

2

EDU 201.2

Teaching Practice

2

DAE 203.2

Sociology of Adult Learning 

3

DAE 204.2

Theory & Methods of Adult Education

3

DAE 205.2

Psychology of Adult Learning

3

EST 220.2

Oral Literature

3

EST 221.2

Structure of English

3

 

TOTAL

19

 

YEAR THREE

1st Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Units

DAE 300.1

Curriculum Development in Adult Education

3

DAE 301.1

Research Methods and Statistics in Adult Education

3

DAE 302.1

Adult Education Community Development

3

DAE 303.1

Introduction to Environmental Adult Education

3

EST 300.1

Advanced English Composition

3

EST 394.1

English Language in Nigeria

 

TOTAL

18

 

2nd Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Units

EDU 302.2

Method Course

2

DAE 304.2

Women & Population Education

3

DAE 305.2

Practicum in Adult Education

3

DAE 306.2

Introduction to Nomadic Education

3

EST 322.2

Applied English Linguistics

3

EST 306.2

Semantics of English

3

GES 300.2

Entrepreneurship Development

2

 

TOTAL

19

 

 

YEAR FOUR

1st Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Units

EDU 400.1

Management in Education

2

EDU 401.1

Test and Measurement

2

DAE 401.1

Organization & Management of Adult Education

3

DAE 402.1

Contemporary Issues in Adult Education

3

EST 403.1

Literary Theory & Criticism

3

EST 407.1

Stylistics

3

 

TOTAL

16

 

2nd Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Units

EDU 402.2

Research Project

4

DAE 403.2

Adult Education and Socio-Economic Dev. in Nigeria

3

DAE 404.2

Comparative Adult Education

3

EST 414.2

Shakespeare AND Renaissance Poetry

3

EST 418.2

Studies in Nigerian Literature

3

 

TOTAL

16

 

Grand Total

145

 

 

FRENCH

YEAR ONE

 

1st Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Units

EDU 100.1

Introduction to Education

2

EDU 103.1

Theory & Practice of Physical Activity I

1

DAE 100.1

Introduction to Adult & Non-Formal Education

3

FLL 100.1

Intermediate French

3

FLL 102.1

Fundamental French Grammar I

3

GES 103.1

Nigeria peoples and Culture

2

GES 104.1

History and Philosophy of Science

2

 

TOTAL

16

 

2nd Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Units

EDU 103.2

Theory & Practice of Physical Activity II

1

DAE 101.2

Introduction to Literacy Education

3

DAE 102.2

History and Development of Adult Education

2

FLL 103.2

Introduction to Modern French  Literature

3

FLL 104.2

Fundamental French Grammar II

3

GES 100 .2

Communication Skills in English                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   

4

GES 101.2

Computer Appreciation and Application

2

GES 102.2

Introduction to Logic & Philosophy

2

 

TOTAL

20

 

YEAR TWO

1st Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Units

EDU 2C1.2

Community Service

1

EDU 200.1

Developmental Psychology

3

DAE 200.1

Philosophy of Adult Education

3

DAE 201.1

Methods & Materials in Adult Education

3

DAE 202.1

Fundamentals of Distance Education

3

FLL 200.1

French Grammar I

3

FLL 201.1

Introduction to Translation

3

 

TOTAL

19

 

2nd Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Units

EDU 200.2

Art of Teaching

2

EDU 204.2

Teaching Practice

2

DAE 203.2

Sociology of Adult Learning 

3

DAE 204.2

Theory & Methods of Adult Education

3

DAE 205.2

Psychology of Adult Learning

3

FLL 213.2

French Grammar II

3

FLL 217.2

Introduction to French Phonetics & Phonology

3

 

TOTAL

19

 

 

YEAR THREE

1st Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Units

DAE 300.1

Curriculum Development in Adult Education

3

DAE 301.1

Research Methods and Statistics in Adult Education

3

DAE 302.1

Adult Education Community Development

3

DAE 303.1

Introduction to Environmental Adult Education

3

FILL 300.1

French Communication Skills & Phonetics I

3

FILL 303.1

Translation I

 

TOTAL

18

 

 

2nd Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Units

EDU 302.2

Method Course

2

DAE 304.1

Women & Population Education

3

DAE 305.2

Practicum in Adult Education

3

DAE 306.2

Introduction to Nomadic Education

3

FLL 306.2

Translation II

3

FLL 308.2

Advanced Grammar and French Stylistics

3

GES 300.2

Entrepreneurship Development

2

 

TOTAL

19

 

 

YEAR FOUR

1st Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Units

EDU 400.1

Management in Education

2

EDU 401.1

Test and Measurement

2

DAE 401.1

Organization & Management of Adult Education

3

DAE 402.1

Contemporary Issues in Adult Education

3

FLL 401.1

French Thought & Literary Criticism

3

FLL 402.1

Linguistics  Applied to Teaching of French Language I

3

 

TOTAL

16

 

2nd Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Units

EDU 402.2

Research Project

4

DAE 403.2

Adult Education and Socio-Economic Dev. in Nigeria

3

DAE 404.2

Comparative Adult Education

3

FLL 405.2

Topics in French Literature

3

FLL 408.2

Linguistic Applied to Teaching of French Language II

3

 

TOTAL

15

 

Grand Total

145

 

 

RELIGIOUS AND CULTURAL STUDIES

YEAR ONE

 

 

1st Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Units

EDU 100.1

Introduction to Education

2

EDU 103.1

Theory & Practice of Physical Activity I

1

DAE 100.1

Introduction to Adult & Non-Formal Education

3

RCS 100.1

Peoples and their Religion

3

RCS 101.1

Introduction to Religious & Cultural Studies

3

GES 103.1

Nigeria peoples and Culture

2

GES 104.1

History and Philosophy of Science

2

 

TOTAL

16

 

2nd Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Units

EDU103.2

Theory & Practice of Physical Activity II

1

DAE101.2

Introduction to Literacy Education

3

DAE102.2

History and Development of Adult Education

2

RCS103.2

Indigenous Religions in West Africa: Comparative Study

3

RCS104.2

Old Testament Studies: Introduction And History

3

GES100.2

 

Communication Skills in English                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   

3

GES101.2

Computer Appreciation and Application

2

GES102.2

Introduction to Logic & Philosophy

2

 

TOTAL

19

 

YEAR TWO

1st Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Units

EDU 2C1.1

Community Service

1

EDU 200.1

Developmental Psychology

3

DAE 200.1

Philosophy of Adult Education

3

DAE 201.1

Methods & Materials in Adult Education

3

DAE 202.1

Fundamentals of Distance Education

3

RCS 201.1

Indigenous Religions of Africa: Data and Interpretation

3

RCS 203.1

Islam: Origins and General History

3

 

TOTAL

19

 

2nd Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Units

EDU 200.2

Art of Teaching

2

EDU 201.2

Teaching Practice

2

DAE 203.2

Sociology of Adult Learning 

3

DAE 204.2

Theory & Methods of Adult Education

3

DAE 205.2

Psychology of Adult Learning

3

RCS 208.2

Christianity: Origin and General History

3

RCS 209.2

Religion and Ethics in Africa

3

 

TOTAL

19

 

 

YEAR THREE

1st Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Units

DAE 300.1

Curriculum Development in Adult Education

3

DAE 301.1

Research Methods and Statistics in Adult Education

3

DAE 302.1

Adult Education and Community Development

3

DAE 303.1

Introduction to Environmental Adult Education

3

RCS 301.1

History of Christianity in West Africa

3

RCS 302.1

Islamic Doctrines and Theology

 

TOTAL

18

 

2nd Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Units

EDU 302.2

Method Course

2

DAE 304.2

Women & Population Education

3

DAE 305.2

Practicum in Adult Education

3

DAE 306.2

Introduction to Nomadic Education

3

RCS 304.2

Christian Doctrines and Theology

3

RCS 306.2

History of Islam in West Africa

3

GES 300.2

Entrepreneurship Development

2

 

TOTAL

19

 

 

YEAR FOUR

1st Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Units

EDU 400.1

Management in Education

2

EDU 401.1

Test and Measurement

2

DAE 401.1

Organization & Management of Adult Education

3

DAE 402.1

Contemporary Issues in Adult Education

3

RCS 400.1

Modern Developments in Islam

3

RCS 401.1

Modern Developments in Christianity

3

 

TOTAL

16

 

2nd Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Units

EDU 402.2

Research Project

4

DAE 403.2

Adult Education and Socio-Economic Dev. in Nigeria

3

DAE 404.2

Comparative Adult Education

3

RCS 405.2

Religion, Science and Secularism

3

RCS 408.2

New Testament Studies: Acts and the Epistles

3

 

TOTAL

16

 

Grand Total

145

 

 

HISTORY AND DIPLOMATIC STUDIES

YEAR ONE

 

1st Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Units

EDU 100.1

Introduction to Education

2

EDU 103.1

Theory & Practice of Physical Activity I

1

DAE 100.1

Introduction to Adult & Non-Formal Education

3

HDS 100.1

Major World Civilization to 1500 AD

3

HDS 101.1

Introduction to Archaeology

3

GES 103.1

Nigeria peoples and Culture

2

GES 104.1

History and Philosophy of Science

2

 

TOTAL

16

 

2nd Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Units

EDU 103.2

Theory & Practice of Physical Activity II

1

DAE 101.2

Introduction to Literacy Education

3

DAE 102.2

History and Development of Adult Education

2

HDS 112.2

Africa to 1500

3

HDS 113.2

History of Modern Diplomacy

3

GES 100 .2

Communication Skills in English                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   

3

GES 101.2

Computer Appreciation and Application

2

GES 102.2

Intro. to Logic & Philosophy

2

 

TOTAL

19

 

YEAR TWO

1st Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Units

EDU 2C1.2

Community Service

1

EDU 200.1

Developmental Psychology

3

DAE 200.1

Philosophy of Adult Education

3

DAE 201.1

Methods & Materials in Adult Education

3

DAE 202.1

Fundamentals of Distance Education

3

HDS 201.1

Slave Trade & African Diaspora

3

HDS 203.1

Introduction to African Economic History

3

 

TOTAL

19

 

2nd Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Units

EDU 200.2

Art of Teaching

2

EDU 204.2

Teaching Practice

2

DAE 203.2

Sociology of Adult Learning 

3

DAE 204.2

Theory & Methods of Adult Education

3

DAE 205.2

Psychology of Adult Learning

3

HDS 213.2

History of Science and Technology

3

HDS 214.2

Africa Since 1980

3

 

TOTAL

19

 

YEAR THREE

1st Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Units

DAE 300.1

Curriculum Development in Adult Education

3

DAE 301.1

Research Methods and Statistics in Adult Education

3

DAE 302.1

Adult Education and Community Development

3

DAE 303.1

Introduction to Environmental Adult Education f

3

HDS 300.1

Decolonization of Africa

3

HDS 303.1

The Nigerian Civil War

 

TOTAL

18

 

2nd Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Units

EDU 302.2

Method Course

2

DAE 304.2

Women & Population Education

3

DAE 305.2

Practicum in Adult Education

3

DAE 306.2

Introduction to Nomadic Education

3

HDS 312.2

Third World in International Relations 

3

HDS 313.2

The Development of Modern European Political thought

3

GES 300.2

Entrepreneurship Development

2

 

TOTAL

19

 

 

YEAR FOUR

1st Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Units

EDU 400.1

Management in Education

2

EDU 401.1

Test and Measurement

2

DAE 401.1

Organization & Management of Adult Education

3

DAE 402.1

Contemporary Issues in Adult Education

3

HDS 400.1

History of Commonwealth

3

HDS 401.1

Themes in Nigeria Foreign Policy Since 1960

3

 

TOTAL

16

 

2nd Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Units

EDU 402.2

Research Project

4

DAE 403.2

Adult Education and Socio-Economic Development in Nigeria

3

DAE 404.2

Comparative Adult Education

3

HDS 410.2

African Integration

3

HDS 415.2

History of Ethnic Minority

3

 

TOTAL

16

 

Grand Total

145

 

 

 

Academic Staff of English Studies

S/N

Name

Qualification

Fields of Specialization /Research Interests

Designation

1.

Nkem Okoh

BA Nigeria

MA Sheffield

M.Sc. Aston

Ph.D. London

 

Oral Literature,

Modern African Literature,

English for Specific Purposes, World Englishes.

Professor/

Head of Department

2.

Onyemaechi Udumukwu

BA, MA, Ph.D. UPH

Theory of Literature, African Literature,

Fiction and Literature of the African Diaspora

Professor

3.

 

 

Polycarp Anyanwu

 

BA Nigeria

M. Ed. ABU

Ph.D. Nigeria

 

Applied English Linguistics, Teaching of English as a Second Language

Professor (Adjunct)

4.

 

Molara Ogundipe

 

BA London Ph.D. Leiden

Theory of Literature, Poetry, and Gender Studies

Professor

 

5.

Daniel Ogum

BA,

M. Ed,

Ph.D. UPH

Applied English

Linguistics,

Teaching of

English as a

Second Language

Professor

(Adjunct)

6.

Chinyelu Ojukwu

B. Ed, MA Ibadan

Ph.D. Lagos

Dramatic Literature, African Literature,

Gender Studies

 

Senior Lecturer

7.

Margaret Nutsukpo

BA, MA, Ph.D. UPH

Literature

Women’s Studies, Creative Writing

 

Senior Lecturer

8.

 

 

Nneka Umera-Okeke

BA Benin

MA, Ph.D.

NAU

ESP

Sociolinguistics

Senior

Lecturer*

9.

Augustine Nwanyanwu

 

BA, Calabar

MA, Ph.D.

UPH

Stylistics

African Literature

 

Senior

Lecturer*

 

10

 

 

 

Psalms Chinaka

BA Abia

MA Uyo

Ph.D. Abia

African Prose Fiction, Literary Criticism, Poetry,  Drama, Creative Writing

Senior

Lecturer*

 

11.

Michael Nwala

BA Calabar, MA

Nigeria,

Ph.D.

Calabar

English

Morphology and

Syntax

Senior

Lecturer

12.

 

Isaac Tamunobelema

B.Ed., MA UPH

Ph.D. Calabar

English Language

 

Senior

Lecturer

13.

Ikenna Kamalu

BA UPH

MA ABU

Ph.D. Ibadan

Stylistics, Discourse Analysis,

Metaphor Analysis, African Literature

Senior

Lecturer

14.

 

Stephen Anurudu

BA, MA, Ph.D Ibadan

Syntax,

Morphology, General

Linguistics

Lecturer I*

15.

Tambari Dick

B. Ed, MA,

PGDE, Ph.D. UPH

African Literature,

Fiction,

Poetry

Lecturer I*

16.

Obari Gomba

BA Nigeria MA, Ph.D. UPH

 

Poetry,

Creative Writing,

African Literature

Lecturer I*

17.

Obobolo, Vincent

 

BA, MA Ekpoma Ph.D. UPH

Linguistics

Lecturer I*

18.

Oyeh Oko Otu

BA, MA Calabar

Ph.D. UPH

Drama,

African Literature

Lecturer I*

19.

Omeh Obasi Ngwoke

BA, MA,

Ph.D. UPH

African Literature,

Drama, Oral Literature

Lecturer I*

20.

 

St. Remy Perpetua Asiegbu

B. Ed IMSU

MA, Ph.D. UPH

Drama

Creative Writing

Lecturer I*

21.

Seiyifa Koroye

BA Ibadan

Caribbean Literature

Lecturer II

22.

Anthony Onu

BA, MA,  UPH

Literature

 

Lecturer II*

23.

Gabriel Awuja

BA, MA UPH

Literature

Lecturer II

24.

Ibiene Iboroma

B. Ed Benin MA, Ph.D. UPH

Comparative Literature

Lecturer II

25.

Charity Okpara

BA UPH MA Ibadan

English Language

Lecturer II

26.

Julius N. Akani

BA, MA UPH

 

African Literature,

Theory of Literature

Lecturer II

27.

Aniefiok Okon

BA, MA Uyo

English Language

Lecturer II

28

Margaret Udo

BA UPH

MA Leeds

TESL

Lecturer II

29.

Ene E. Igbifa

BA, MA UPH

African Literature

Fiction

Lecturer II

30.

Joseph O. Ahaotu

BA Calabar, MILD

RSUST,

MA UPH

Sociolinguistics

Lecturer II

31.

Ezeakolam Ibekwe

BA, MA

UPH

English Language

Lecturer II

 

 

List of Academic Staff of French

S/N

NAMES

QUALIFICATION

SPECIALIZATION

DESIGNATION

1.

Ekpo, D.P.

Ba (Calabar), MS, Ph.D Bordeaux (France)

French Lit, Francophone Lit., Translation Studies/Stylistics

Professor

2.

Bestman, M.T.

BA, MA, Ph.D Laval, Quebec (Canada)

French Literature, Francophone Lit. & Literary Criticism

Professor

3.

 Akakuru, I.A.

BA, MA, Ph.D Laval, Quebec (Canada)

French Lit. Francophone Lit. & Literary Criticism

Professor

4.

Mbanefo, E. N. (Mrs.)

B.A/Ed., M.Ed. UNN, DEA, Ph.D as ancon, (France)

 

Associate Professor

5.

Onumajuru, E.M.

NCE Owerri (Nigeria), B.A., M.A., DEA, PhD.

French & Linguistics

Senior Lecturer/ *(HOD)

6.

Adegoku, Dele

BA/Ed/, M.A. (Unilorin), DEA, Ph. Besancon (France)

 

Senior Lecturer

7.

Onumajuru, V.C.

NCE Owerri (Nigeria), BA B.Ed, MA Grenoble Ph.D Uniport

French & Linguistics

Senior Lecturer *

9.

Wosu, Kalu

B.A., M.A., Ph.D (Uniport)

Francophone Literature/Oral Literature

Senior Lecturer *

10..

 David-West, S.A.

Graduat, Zaire Licence, Zaire DEA, Ph.D (Bordeaux France)

French African and Maghrebine Literature s

Lecturer I*

11.

Felix-Emeribe N. (Mrs.)

BA (OAU) MA, Uniport

French & Translation

Lecturer I*

12.

Uzodike, Chinwendu Udoka C.

B.A., M.A., (Heidelberg), Ph.D Mainz, (Germany)

 

Lecturer I

13.

Minimah, M.H.S.

B.A. Dijon, MA (NY)

French Literature & Comparative Literature

Lecturer I*

14.

Ibeh, P.E.

B.A. (UNN), M.A. (Wirzbury)

French, German Language & Literature

Lecturer I*

15.

Peter, Nyah

Dip. France Didact, , B.A., Uniuyo (Nigeria), M.A. (Uniport), Ph.D (Unical)

French African Literature

Lecturer I*

16.

Njoku Anthony

B.A., M.A., Ph.D (Uniport)

Comparative Literature

Lecturer I

17.

 Mombe, M.

B.A. (UNN), M.A. (Wuerzburg)

Translation/French Language

Lecturer I

18.

Ukwueze, Nchedo A.

B.A. (UNN).

German /French

Graduate Assistant

19.

Nzenwa N. C. (Mrs)

B.A, M.A, (UNN)

 

Lecturer II

20.

Sharp-Akosubo, Dufua

BA, M.A., (Uniport)

French Grammar/Francophone Literature

Lecturer II

21.

Onwuegbunam C. J.

B.A (Uniport)

 

Assistant Lecturer

22.

Njiomouo, Carole Langa

DEA, B.A., M.A. (Cameroon)

Francophone Literature/African Literature

Assistant Lecturer

23.

Ukwueze, Nhedo A. (Mrs)

B.A., (UNN), M.A., (Uniport)

 

Assistant Lecturer

24.

Dinee, Barine O.

B.A., M.A. Uniport

Francophone Literature

Assistant Lecturer

 

 

 

List of Academic Staff of History and Diplomatic Studies

S/N

NAMES

QUALIFICATION

SPECIALIZATION

DESIGNATION

1.

Ekpo, D.P.

Ba (Calabar), MS, Ph.D Bordeaux (France)

French Lit, Francophone Lit., Translation Studies/Stylistics

Professor

2.

Bestman, M.T.

BA, MA, Ph.D Laval, Quebec (Canada)

French Literature, Francophone Lit. & Literary Criticism

Professor

3.

 Akakuru, I.A.

BA, MA, Ph.D Laval, Quebec (Canada)

French Lit. Francophone Lit. & Literary Criticism

Professor

4.

Mbanefo, E. N. (Mrs.)

B.A/Ed., M.Ed. UNN, DEA, Ph.D as ancon, (France)

 

Associate Professor

5.

Onumajuru, E.M.

NCE Owerri (Nigeria), B.A., M.A., DEA, PhD.

French & Linguistics

Senior Lecturer/ *(HOD)

6.

Adegoku, Dele

BA/Ed/, M.A. (Unilorin), DEA, Ph. Besancon (France)

 

Senior Lecturer

7.

Onumajuru, V.C.

NCE Owerri (Nigeria), BA B.Ed, MA Grenoble Ph.D Uniport

French & Linguistics

Senior Lecturer *

9.

Wosu, Kalu

B.A., M.A., Ph.D (Uniport)

Francophone Literature/Oral Literature

Senior Lecturer *

10..

 David-West, S.A.

Graduat, Zaire Licence, Zaire DEA, Ph.D (Bordeaux France)

French African and Maghrebine Literature s

Lecturer I*

11.

Felix-Emeribe N. (Mrs.)

BA (OAU) MA, Uniport

French & Translation

Lecturer I*

12.

Uzodike, Chinwendu Udoka C.

B.A., M.A., (Heidelberg), Ph.D Mainz, (Germany)

 

Lecturer I

13.

Minimah, M.H.S.

B.A. Dijon, MA (NY)

French Literature & Comparative Literature

Lecturer I*

14.

Ibeh, P.E.

B.A. (UNN), M.A. (Wirzbury)

French, German Language & Literature

Lecturer I*

15.

Peter, Nyah

Dip. France Didact, , B.A., Uniuyo (Nigeria), M.A. (Uniport), Ph.D (Unical)

French African Literature

Lecturer I*

16.

Njoku Anthony

B.A., M.A., Ph.D (Uniport)

Comparative Literature

Lecturer I

17.

 Mombe, M.

B.A. (UNN), M.A. (Wuerzburg)

Translation/French Language

Lecturer I

18.

Ukwueze, Nchedo A.

B.A. (UNN).

German /French

Graduate Assistant

19.

Nzenwa N. C. (Mrs)

B.A, M.A, (UNN)

 

Lecturer II

20.

Sharp-Akosubo, Dufua

BA, M.A., (Uniport)

French Grammar/Francophone Literature

Lecturer II

21.

Onwuegbunam C. J.

B.A (Uniport)

 

Assistant Lecturer

22.

Njiomouo, Carole Langa

DEA, B.A., M.A. (Cameroon)

Francophone Literature/African Literature

Assistant Lecturer

23.

Ukwueze, Nhedo A. (Mrs)

B.A., (UNN), M.A., (Uniport)

 

Assistant Lecturer

24.

Dinee, Barine O.

B.A., M.A. Uniport

Francophone Literature

Assistant Lecturer

 

 

List of Academic Staff of Religious and Cultural Studies

S/N

Name

Qualification

Area(s) of Specialization

Designation

1.

C.I. EJIZU,

B.D., Urban, PGD, M.A Ph.D. UNN

Religious Studies, Interaction of Religions, African Religion

Professor

2.

W.O. Wotogbe-Weneka

B.A Calabar, M.A. PhD. Ibadan

African Religions & Cultures

Professor

3.

A.R.O.Kilani

B.A., M.A., Ilorin, PhD. UPH

Islamic Studies & Contemporary Issues

Professor

4.

G.I.K. Tasie

B.Ed. Ibadan, M.A., Ph.D. UPH

African Religions & Cultures

Senior. Lecturer

5.

K.K Owete

B.A UPH. MA, Jos, Ph.D., UPH

African Religions & Comparative Religion

Senior. Lecturer & Head of Dept.

6.

N.N Iheanacho

BA. Calabar. M.A Uyo. PhD. UPH

Sociology of Religion

Senior Lecturer *

7.

Mbonu Caroline

Ph.D

Hebrew/New Testament Studies

Senior Lecturer *

8.

Obineche, J.

B.TH, M.TH, SBTS Ph.D., UPH

Church History

Senior Lecturer

9.

Ahiamadu, A.

BSc, MSc, IBADAN PGD, MTH, Ph.D STELLENBOSCH

Old Testament Studies, and Hebrew

Senior  Lecturer*

10.

Onu, B.O.

NCE, COE, B. Ed., M.A., Ph.D. UPH

Church History

Lecturer 1*

11.

Odili Jones

B.A. Abraka, MA, PGDE, Ph.D. UPH

Church History

Lecturer I*

12.

Wariboko, O.P.C.

BA., MA,. Ph.D.

Sociology of Religion

Lecturer II*

13.

Olumati Rowland 

B.A., M.A.

African Traditional Religion

Lecturer II*

14

Eluke P.

B. Phil. SJMS IkotEkpene B.A. Theo. BMS, Enugu, Ph.D. UPH

Philosophy and Old Testament Studies

Lecturer II*

15

Suberu, I.

IJMB Ibadan Poly, B.A., Ilorin, Ph.D., UPH

Islamic Studies

Assistant Lecturer*

 

 

COURSE DESCRIPTIONS

 

Faculty of Education Core Courses

Description of the relevant courses is contained in the faculty of education booklet as approved by senate.

 

Courses from Collaborating Departments of the University (Including Elective)

These courses are also described in the various programme handbooks of the departments concerned. The courses have equally been approved by senate.

  •  
  • DAE 100.1: Introduction to Adult and Non-formal Education.

The course will examine the aims, nature and scope of adult education, as well as the basic principles and objectives which propel the promotion of adult education practice.  E.g. life-long learning, continuing education, further professional studies and so on.  Basic principles guiding the teaching of adults will be highlighted.  The course also will distinguish between formal, non-formal and informal education programmes, and articulate the relationships existing among the three programmes.  The potential contributions of non-formal education will be examined in relation to mass mobilization for social, economic and political development.  In all, the role of the teacher in the ongoing national mass education and mobilization processes will be articulated.

  • DAE 101.2: Introduction to Literacy Education

This course will examine the rationale for literacy education at all levels, basic and post-literacy programme, the principles and practice, and their importance.  It will also examine problems and prospects of mass literacy campaigns in Nigeria, and its role in national development.

  • DAE 102.2: History and Development of Adult Education in Nigeria

This course traces the historical development of Adult Education in Nigeria from the pre-colonial period to the present.  It examines the aims, content, methods, as well as the agencies responsible for development of adult education in Nigeria during each of the following identifiable stages: traditional, colonial and pre-independence

  • DAE 200.1: Introduction to Philosophy of Adult Education

This course examines the philosophical basis for adult, non-formal or continuing education.  It defines the concepts, principles, purposes, importance and relevance of adult education to human community and national development.  Its place in education as a human right as reflected in the UNESCO declaration of Human Rights will be stressed.

  • DAE 201.1: Methods and Materials in Adult Education

The course is designed to define the andragogical and evaluating processes in adult education as well as the role of the adult educator as a learning facilitator.  It also provides the potential adult educator with the opportunity to master the techniques of designing, production and usage of appropriate instructional materials for Adult Education.  There will be workshop sessions for the education production of such basic materials as primers and visual illustrations especially for functional literacy.

  • DAE 202.1: Fundamentals of Distance Education

The course covers the following aspects of distance education, the concept and nature of distance education, distance learning, importance and types of monitoring.

  • DAE 203.2: Introduction to sociology of adult learning

Students will be exposed to the basic concepts and theories of the sociological discipline as they apply to education in general and Adult Education in particular. Special attention will be paid to socio-economic attendants of educational inequalities that crave various educational practices for disadvantaged adults.  Practical approaches, including clientele analysis, will be highlighted as fundamental for achieving individual and group educational needs.

  • DAE 204.2: Theory and Method of Adult Education

The course examines the basic theories and objectives of adult education practice.  It exposes students to the basic methods in handling adult education programmes.  In this course, the theory of andragogy as opposed to pedagogy shall be thoroughly examined.

  • DAE 205.2: Introduction to psychology of adult learning

This course among other things will identify the adult learner and his psychological dispositions.  Emphasis will be given to the theories of adult learning, behaviour, characteristic needs, self concepts and the role of adult education in self modification.

  • EDU 204.2: Teaching Practice I

This supervised activity provides the students with an opportunity to put into practice or be placed in adult education centres such as remedial education centres, adult literacy centres and other relevant institutions to acquire the necessary andragogical skills and experience.

  • DAE 300.1: Curriculum Development in Adult Education

This course examines the various curriculum models with a view to developing curriculum of studies that takes into account the culture, needs and experiences of the adult learner as well as meets the society’s expectations.  It will further expose students to the various tools and methods of gathering data for both formative and summative evaluations of the objectives of adult learning activities.

  • DAE 301.1: Research Methods and Statistics

This course will be concerned with the basic statistical methods for educational research, including descriptive statistics, the percentile system, correlation methods, and sampling theories.  Various research (field) methods in the study of the processes and outcome of educational programmes will also be explained with particular emphasis on adult education.

  • DAE 302.1: Adult Education and Community Development

The course will examine the concept and processes of community development, community development as self-help, directed and non-directed changed approaches to community development, and the need for socio-cultural approaches to community development.

  • DAE 303.1: Introduction to Environmental Adult Education

The concept and genesis of environmental adult education will be x-rayed with particular attention to the situation in specific nature of problems experienced by adults in their various socio-cultural and ecological backgrounds.  The methodological approach/principle sponsored by Agenda 21 of the UN R10 conference of 1992 will be highlighted.  In all, the major perspectives of Environmental Adult Education as they relate to sustainable development will be considered.

  • DAE 304.2: Women and Population Education

The course is designed to expose students to a wide range of advanced studies in population education.  It will examine recent topical issues in population studies, especially women education, the role of women in population control and the place of education in this role.  It will also examine government policies on education of women and how those policies influence population education.

  • 305.2: Practicum in Adult Education

This will be the second phase of the students’ supervised field experience in working with adults.  The students will be attached to adult education centres and other relevant institutions where they are expected to enhance.

  • DAE 306.2: Introduction to Nomadic Education

Students will be opportuned to familiarize themselves with concepts and the philosophy relating to the provision of specific education programmes for nomadic people the world over.  Stipulations of decree 41 of 1989 of nomadic education in Nigeria will be studied especially with reference to the objectives of the education programmes.  There will also be an examination of various structures established and progress made in catering for the educational needs of the nomadic populations (pastoralists, migrant fisher folk, etc) in Nigeria.

  • DAE 400.1: Organization and Management of Adult Education

The course examines the importance of planning in adult education, basic principles of educational planning as they apply to adult education, funding of adult education programmes and the role of non-governmental organizations in the management of adult education in Nigeria.

  • DAE 401.1: Contemporary Issues in Adult Education

The course will among other things, discuss national and international arrangements for the eradication of illiteracy.  The role of voluntary agencies in mass education will also be highlighted.  In addition, there will be an elaboration of the benefits and methods of different forms of non-formal education with examples from both advanced and developing parts of the world.

  • DAE 402.2: Research Project

This course is designed to familiarize students with the process of conducting original research studies.  Each student will be expected to submit by the end of his/her final year the report of supervised investigation depicting a high level of originality and mastery of the taught process.  Selection of the topic of such a project shall be at the end of the third year of study.

  • DAE 403.2: Adult Education and Socio-economic Development

The role of adult education in rural socio-economic transformation will be examined with particular reference to rural development efforts in such developing countries as Tanzania, Thailand and Nigeria.  In all, emphasis will be placed on various aspects of adult education (functional literacy, co-operative education, vocational education, etc) for rural regeneration; environmental education for health and improved productivity in both rural and urban setting will be part of the course content.

  • DAE 404.2: Comparative Adult Education

This course deals with the concept, aims and objectives of comparative adult education, methods and techniques for comparative studies in Adult Education; advantages of cross-cultural studies of adult education movement; the problems of inter-agency programme adaptation, as well as case studies of adult education programmes in developed and developing countries, knowledge of which would be of benefit to Nigeria.

 

 

UNIVERSITY OF PORT HARCOURT

FACULTY OF EDUCATION

DEPARTMENT OF ADULT AND NON-FORMAL EDUCATION

POST GRADUATE DEGREE PROGRAMMES

 

A.  The Master of Education (M.Ed) Programme

Departmental Philosophy for the M.Ed Programme

Post-graduate programmes for the award of M.ED in the Department of Adult and Non-formal Education are designed to provide highly skilled manpower to plan, administer and conduct research in the areas of literacy, distance education, community development and environmental adult education in the Private and Public Sectors of our socio-economic system.

 

Aims and Objectives

Aims: The Department of Adult and Non-formal Education offers Postgraduate Programmes leading to the award of Master of Education (M.ED) Degree in Adult Education in the following areas of specialization:

  • Literacy Education
  • Distance Education
  • Community Development
  • Environmental Adult Education.

Objectives: The M.ED programme in Adult and Non-formal Education is designed to:

  • Provide training for top-level manpower required for teaching and research in Adult and Non-formal Education at the University level and at any other level where Adult Education features.
  • Develop intellectual and professional competencies required to serve in leadership positions in adult literacy, distance education, community development and environmental education.
  • Provide useful research skills and methods of application of these skills to achieve meaningful solutions to related problems.
  • Inculcate in students the love for originality and critical thinking through writing and defence of the M.ED Thesis.

 

B. Admission Requirements

The following categories of candidates may be admitted on application into the M.ED Programme.

  • Graduates of the University of Port Harcourt or any other approved Universities who have obtained an approved degree of Bachelor’s degree with at least second class honours in Adult Education.
  • Candidates with at least second class honours degree in professional field of education.
  • Graduates in related fields with 2nd class honours degree or above and with at least a merit level pass in the postgraduate diploma in Education.  Such candidates and those in (i) above may be required, where necessary, to do some remedial courses as provided below.

 

C. Duration of the M.ED Programme

The minimum and maximum durations for the M.ED programme shall be as follows:

  •     Full-Time: The programme will last for a minimum of 12 calendar months and a maximum of 36 months.
  •     Part-Time: The programme will last a minimum of 18 calendar months and a maximum of 48 months.
  •  

D.    Mode of Study for M.Ed Programme

The Master of Education (M.ED) programme shall be pursued as follows:

Candidates shall be required to take course /work to be examined in written papers together with research work which has to be presented and defended as a thesis.
The total course work shall be 24 credit hours made up of 12 units/credit hours of core/compulsory courses and 12 credits from the candidate’s area of specialization. A maximum of 30 units/credit hours of course/work shall be allowed by selecting other Departmental course based on the advice of students’ supervisor.
Candidates who fail to successfully complete the required number of units may be allowed to repeat the course(s) and/or examinations at the next available opportunity.

 

E. Fields of Specialization:

The areas of specialization in the M.ED programme are:

  • Literacy Education
  • Distance Education
  • Community Development
  • Environmental Adult Education.

 

Remedial Courses

M.ED candidates who have deficiencies in their areas of specialization may be required to take all or some of the following remedial courses selected from the first degree programmes.

Course Code                           Course Title

 

DAE 100.1                              Introduction to Adult and Non-formal Education

DAE 101.1                              Introduction to Literacy Education

DAE 202.1                              Fundamentals of Distance Education

DAE 300.1                              Adult Education and Community Development

DAE 303.1                              Introduction to Environmental Adults Education 

DAE 403.2                              Adult Education and Socio-Economic Development in Nigeria

 

Core/Compulsory Courses for all M.ED Students:

All the under listed` core courses and project must be taken by all students.

 

First Semester

Course Code               Course Title                             Units

 

ADE 801.1                  Theoretical Perspective

                                       in Adult Education                         3

ADE 839.1                   Research in Adult Education         3

 

Second Semester

Course Code               Course Title                             Units

 

ADE 802.2                  Advanced Seminar 1                   3

ADE 803.2                    Statistical Methods &

                                    Research Techniques

                                        in Adult Education                      3

ADE 890.2                    Project Report/Thesis                 6

 

Masters Courses in Areas of Specialization

A.                     Adult Literacy Education

 

First Semester

Course Code               Course Title                            Units

 

ADE 811.1                  Principles and Practices

                                  of Literacy Education                  3

ADE 812.1                  Administrative and Policy

                                  of Literacy Education                  2

ADE 813.1                  Curriculum/Programme

                                  Planning in Literacy

                              Education                                     2

 

Second Semester

Course Code               Course Title                            Units

 

ADE 814.2                  Instructional Material in

                                  Literacy Education                       3

ADE 815.2                  Comparative Studies in

                                    Literacy Education                      2

 

 

B. Distance Education Programme

 

First Semester

Course Code               Course Title                            Units

 

ADE 821.1                  Current Issues in

                                    Distance Education                      3

ADE 822.1                  Planning and Administration

                                      of Distance Education                 2

ADE 823.2                  Theory and Practices

                                       of Distance Education                 2

 

Second Semester

ADE 824.2                      Mass Media in

                                    Distance Education                  3

ADE 825.2                      Comparative Studies

                                    in Distance Education              2

 

 

C. Community Development Programme

 

First Semester

Course Code               Course Title                            Units

 

ADE 831.1                    Organization and

                                    Management of

                                        Community Development            3

ADE 832.1                    Sociology of Adult Education

                                        and Community Dev.                    2

ADE 833.1                      Comparative Community

                                            Development                            2

 

Second Semester

Course Code               Course Title                            Units

ADE 835.2                  Mobilization and Human

                                    Resources Development in

                                    Community Development            3

 

ADE 834.2                  Community Development

                                    Programmes in Africa              2

 

D. Environmental Adult Education

 

First Semester

Course Code               Course Title                            Units

 

ADE 836.1                  Principles and

                                    Practices of Environmental

                                    Adult Education                          3

ADE 837.1                  Programme Planning and

                                    Implementation of

                                    Environmental Adult Education    2

ADE 838.1                  Approaches to Environmental

                                      Adult Education                          2

 

Second Semester

Course Code               Course Title                            Units

 

ADE 840.2                  Methods and

                                    Materials for Environmental

                                    Adult Education                          3

ADE 841.2                  Networking in

                                    Environmental Adult

                                    Education                                     2

 

Course Description

 

Core/Compulsory Courses for all M.Ed Students

 

  • ADE 801: Theoretical Perspective in Adult Education

The course exposes students to the Philosophical, Psychological and Sociological trends and orientation in Adult Education. Modern trends and approaches in these areas are emphasized as they affect adults in the society.  The implications of life-long education in the field of adult education shall be treated. (3units).

  • ADE 802: Advanced Seminar I

Students will be required to make presentation(s) from selected topics in their fields of specialization in Adult Education. (3units).

  • ADE 803: Statistical Methods and Research Techniques in Adult Education

The scope of this course covers the use of descriptive and inferential statistics in the analysis of data and in testing research hypotheses. (3units).

  • ADE 839: Research in Adult Education

Students in this course shall be properly grounded in the methods and techniques in various aspects of research in Adult Education.  Emphases shall be placed in students’ areas of specialization. (3units).

  • ADE 890: Research Thesis Writing

A candidate is expected, under a Departmental supervisor, to undertake an in-depth study of research problem(s), in his field of specialization in adult education that is of interest to him. (6units).

 

II.                     Courses in Areas of Specialization

 

A.                     Literacy Education

  • ADE 811: Principles and Practices of Literacy Education

The course examines the origin, growth and development of Adult Literacy in developed and developing countries.  A study of various literacy education methods and techniques and the role of governmental and Non-governmental Organizations/agencies in Literacy will also be examined. (3units).

  • ADE 812: Administration and Policy on Literacy Education

This course focuses on the policy and administration of literacy activities at the state and Federal levels as well as the provision of human and material resources for literacy education (2 units).

  • ADE 813: Curriculum/Programme Planning in Literacy Education

This emphasizes the basic curriculum/programme planning and design in adult literacy education.  Curriculum design models by Houle, Maslow, Knowles, etc for programming in Adult Education will be stressed (2 units).

  • ADE 814: Instructional Materials in Literacy Education

In this course emphasis is laid on the need, production and use of basic literacy and post-literacy instructional materials including practical project work in primer writing by students (3 units).

  • ADE 815: Comparative Studies in Literacy Education

The emphasis in this course is on comparative studies in literacy education programmes in developed and developing countries.  Emphasis shall be placed on literacy policy, content, funding, man-power and the delivery system (2 units).

 

B.                     Distance Education

 

  • ADE 821: Current Issues in Distance Education

This course focuses on the analysis and review of specific case studies and major issues in distance education.  Computer education course designs and packaging, teaching and learning strategies and other current issues in distance education, etc will be emphasized.  Contemporary trends in programming, funding, evaluation and problem-solving techniques will also be discussed (3 units).

  • ADE 822: Administration and Planning of Distance Education

The principles of management and planning of distance education will be the main focus on this course.  The dynamics in planning, coordinating, monitoring, directing and evaluating distance education will also be emphasized.

  • ADE 823: Theory and Practice of Distance Education

This is an advanced course designed to expose students to the general theory and practices of distance education. It will examine the principles, practice and problems underlying distance education (2 units).

  • ADE 824: Mass Media in Distance Education

This course emphasizes the importance of the mass media in distance education.  It exposes students to the innovative ideas in communication technologies such as the radio, TV, computer, Internet, etc which have turned the world into a global village.

  • ADE 825: Comparative Studies in Distance Education

This course examines the different forms of distance education in developed and developing countries with a view to improving our own.  It will also examine the cross-cultural settings of distance education with particular reference to developing countries.

 

C.                     Community Development

  • ADE 831: Management and Organization of Community Development

This course emphasizes the study of the classical and current theories in the management and organization of Community Development.  In all, the principles and practice of Management of Community Development Programme in advance and developing countries will be highlighted (3 units).

  • ADE 832: The Social-Psychology of Community Development

This course will highlight the advanced theories of Developmental Psychology as they relate to community development.  Cultural antecedents creating problems in Community Development, especially in Nigeria, shall be discussed.  Candidates will require doing some fieldwork to relate theory to practice (2 units).

  • ADE 833: Comparative Community Development

This involves a study of various forms of planned change programmes and how they are associated with human groups in some selected countries.  The philosophy, ideology and objectives associated with the planned change programmes and problems encountered will be highlighted to facilitate the evolution of alternative approaches (2 units).

  • ADE 834: Community Development Programmes in West Africa

This course emphasizes the current strategies in community development programmes in selected West African countries.  The participation of governmental, non-governmental and inter-governmental organizations both locally and externally (e.g. NNCAE, UNDP, UNICEF, etc) in the structuring of community development programmes shall be brought into focus (2 units).

  • ADE 835: Mobilization and Human Resources Development in Adult Education and Community Development

Innovative techniques and strategies in mobilization and human resource development in adult education and community development shall be the main focus of this course.  Emphasis will be laid however on the complementality of adult education and community development in the promotion and sustenance of human welfare (3 units).

 

D                  Environmental Adult Education

  • ADE 836: Principles and Practice of Environmental Adult Education

This is an advanced general course designed to expose students to the global objectives of Environmental Education.  Emphasis is placed on the socio-cultural context of environmental education.  Again, the provisions of agenda of the Rio 92 conference and International Treaty on Environmental Education for sustainable societies and global responsibilities will constitute the pivot of the discussion (3 units).

  • ADE 837: Programme Planning and Implementation In Environmental Adult Education

In this course the importance of Needs assessment and Awareness Programme is brought into focus for effective planning and implementation of situation-specific environmental adult education programmes.  Factors that may impede the development of this necessary agenda will be discussed with a view to providing appropriate solutions that will lead to selection of priorities and creation of the necessary learning environment (2 units).

  • ADE 838: Approaches to Environmental Adult Education

Various approaches to environmental Adult Education are discussed here with a view to exposing the student not only to existing theories but also to the need for relevance in adopting planning and implementation strategies for environmental adult education. Personnel recruitment and training for Adult Education and Community Development shall be exposed to students (3 units).

  • ADE 840: Methods and Materials for Environmental Adult Education

The methodologies for effecting environmental adult education will be discussed in this course.  In all, the importance of group problem-solving methods which highlight the issue-oriented and problematic nature of the content of environmental adult education will be stressed.  The course will also consider identification of resource materials needed for environmental adult education (3 units).

  • ADE 841: Networking in Environmental Adult Education

The importance of exchange of Experience between environmental specialists in Adult Education and their counterparts in this field will be highlighted.  The course also will examine the necessity for cooperation between adult education and environmental organizations both in the public and private sectors with a view to developing joint initiatives with external agencies and multinationals (2 units).

 

 

DOCTORAL (Ph.D) DEGREE PROGRAMME

 

Departmental Philosophy for the Ph.D Programme

 

Postgraduate programmes for the award of Ph.D. in the Department of Adult and Non-formal Education are designed to provide highly skilled manpower to plan, administer and conduct advance research into Nigerian mass literacy efforts, distance education, community development and private and public sectors in our advancing society.

 

Aims and Objectives

 

AIMS: The Department of Adult and Non-formal Education offers Postgraduate Programmes leading to the award of Doctor of Philosophy in Education (Ph.D.) Degree in Adult Education in the following areas of specialization:

  • Literacy Education
  • Distance Education
  • Community Development
  • Environmental Adult Education.
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Objectives: The Ph.D. programme in Adult and Non-formal Education is designed to :

  • Provide training for top-level manpower required for teaching and research in Adult and Non-formal Education at the University level and at any other level where Adult Education features.
  • Develop intellectual and professional competencies required to serve in leadership positions in adult literacy, distance education, community development and environment education.
  • Provide useful research skills and methods of application of these skills to achieve meaningful solutions to related problems.
  • Inculcate in students the love for originality and critical thinking through writing and defence of the Ph.D. Thesis.

 

Admission Requirements

 

For the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.)

The following categories of candidates may be admitted on application:

  • Graduates of the University of Port Harcourt or those from other approved Universities who have obtained an approved degree of Master of Education appropriate for their proposed areas/fields of specialization with a minimum of 3.50 CGPA, on a five point scale.  In addition, a candidate must have gone through satisfactory research work which must have formed part of his/her Masters Degree programme.
  • Candidates who hold qualifications other than the above but which may be considered acceptable by the Graduate Studies Board of the Faculty of Education on recommendation of the Department of Adult and Non-formal Education.

 

Duration of the Ph.D. Programme

 

  • Full-time: A Full-Time student would be required to spend a minimum of 24 months and a maximum of 60 months
  • Part-Time/Sandwich: A part-time Sandwich student would be required to spend a minimum of 60 months and a maximum of 84 months.
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Mode of Study: Award of a Ph.D. Degree in Adult and Non-formal Education shall be partly based on the presentation and defence of a comprehensive research work embodied in a Dissertation.  Candidates will also be required to offer a minimum of 15 units of course work (9 units in their areas of specialization and 6 units of core/compulsory courses).  However, candidates may register up to a maximum of 21 credit hour course work by selecting other Departmental courses on the advice of their supervisors.  Part-time/Sandwich students would be required to register in one year not more than 60% of the minimum course work required for the award of the degree.

 

Fields of Specialization

The areas of specialization in the Ph.D. programme are:

  • Literacy Education
  • Distance Education
  • Community Development
  • Environmental Adult Education.

 

Core/Compulsory Courses for all Ph.D. Students:

 

Course Code               Course Title                            Units

 

ADE 901                     Advanced Seminar II                  3

ADE 902                     Advanced Statistical

    Methods & Research

     Techniques in Adult

      Education                                 3

ADE 990                         Dissertation Writing                 6

 

 

Ph.D. Courses in Fields of Specialization:

The following Ph.D. level courses shall be offered in the Department of Adult and Non-formal Education:

 

 Ph.D. in Literacy Education

ADE 911         Advanced Course in

            Administration of Adult

            Literacy Education                               3

ADE 912         Literacy Education

            & Socio-Political Development            3

ADE 913         Advanced Literacy Education

            Programming                                        3

 

Ph.D. in Distance Education

ADE 911         Advanced Course in

                        Administration of Adult

                        Literacy Education                               3

ADE 912         Literacy Education

                        & Socio-Political Development            3

ADE 913         Advanced Literacy Education

                        Programming                                        3

 

 Ph.D. in Community Development

ADE 931         Community Development Process        3

ADE 932         Integrated Community Development      3

ADE 933         Community Development, Social

                        Changeand Adult Education               3

 

 Ph.D. in Environmental Adult Education

ADE 934         Community-Based Environmental

                        Education                                             3

ADE 935         Monitoring and Evaluation of

                        Environmental Adult Education

                        Programme                                           3

ADE 936         Environmental Adult Education and

                        Socio-Economic Development

                        in Africa                                                 3

 

Course Description

 

Core/Compulsory Courses for all Ph.D. Students:

 

  • ADE 901: Advanced Seminar II:

Students will be exposed to current issues in adult education administration, especially in their areas of specialization.  Special attention will be paid to the implications of life long learning for socio-economic changes.  The course is also intended to broaden the students’ knowledge base about component disciplines within adult education through provision of opportunity for the students to present and discuss issues and problems that emerge from their chosen areas of specialization.  Students shall be expected to present a seminar paper each in their fields of study (3 units).

  • ADE 902: Advanced Statistical Methods and Research Techniques in Adult Education

Students shall be oriented to advanced scientific research techniques, concepts and approaches, including advanced correlation-statistics; interrelationships, predicting and estimating in regression analysis; and inferential statistics for testing hypotheses (3 units).

  • ADE 990: Dissertation

Students should be expected to produce a comprehensive research work in their fields of specialization (6 units).

 

Ph.D. in Literacy Education

  • ADE 911: Advanced Course in Administration of Adult Literacy Education

The principles and practices of administration of adult literacy education will form the main focus of this course.  Effectiveness in the use of non-traditional means in planning, designing, programming, communicating and other aspects of management functions will be highlighted (3 units).

  • ADE 912: Literacy Education and Socio-Political Development

Students shall be exposed to adult education and social theories of development including sociological analysis of the relationship between adult education and socio-political and economic institutions of literacy education in the light of Nigerian development.  Adult literacy education as a factor of socio-political change and vice versa shall be treated (3 units).                                                             

  • ADE 913: Advanced Literacy Education Programming

Various perspectives of adult literacy programming with special reference to the role of international organizations will be examined.  The policy, contemporary issues and problems of development shall also be highlighted with reference to history of education (3 units).

 

B. Ph.D. in Distance Education

  • ADE 921: Advanced Extension Education

Training of professionals as extension personnel and as change agents of group and organizational behaviour shall be stressed.  Application of diffusion theory and other innovative theories as a practical project model shall be treated using participatory research approach (3 units).

  • ADE 922: Emerging Trends in Distance Education

Identification of new directions and emerging trends in Distance Education, computer-programming, communication skills and techniques would be the main focus (3 units).

  • ADE 923: Advanced Comparative Studies in Distance Education

The purpose, significance, process and evaluation of distance education programmes in selected developed and developing countries will be highlighted and compared with the situation in Nigeria.  The essence will be to adopt the most salient approaches to improve Distance Education in the country (3 units).

 

Ph.D. in Community Development

  • ADE 931: Community Development Process

Community development will be examined as an educational process and as an instrument of social policy.  The importance of good leadership in community development shall also be stressed (3 units).

  • ADE 932: Integrated Community Development

Students shall be exposed to the meaning and purpose of the integrated approach to community development.  The disadvantages of compartmentalization will also be highlighted (3 units).

  • ADE 933: Community Development, Social Change an Adult Education

Analysis of methods and approaches in community learning; adult education as a community development process, the dynamics of community changes, the dynamics and the elements of development as well as the difference between change, progress and development shall be the major components of this course (3 units).

 

D.  Ph.D. in Environmental Adult Education

  • ADE 934: Community-Based Environmental Adult Education

The principles of CAMPFIRE (Communal Areas Management Programme for Indigenous Resources) will be x-rayed in this course.  Experience of some countries, particularly in Africa, will serve as case studies, (especially in the areas of women education, mass literacy and health programmes) (3 units).

  • ADE 935: Monitoring and Evaluation of Environmental Adult Education Programme

The importance of monitoring and evaluation of environmental adult education programmes will be explained.  The students should be exposed to the techniques for monitoring and methods of evaluation of environmental adult education programmes (3 units).

  • ADE 936: Environmental Adult Education and Socio-Economic Development in Africa

This course examines in great details the link between environmental adult education and sustainable socio-economic development in Africa.  Here special attention will be drawn to current energy crisis experienced virtually in all continents, but particularly in drought-stricken Africa.  The course will highlight the need for adults in the fast changing African communities to manage their own educational, cultural, scientific and technological resources and to direct them towards a form of development of which they will decide the content and priorities in accordance with their experience and particular ways of life (3 units).

 

Notice for all Post Graduating Students

Before any presentation of completed work is done by post graduating students either at the Faculty or Post Graduate School, the Departmental Graduate Board must have met and looked at what is to be presented by the students a week before presentation. The students who are to present must bring the copies of  their work to be presented to the Graduate Board precisely the Thursday preceding the one scheduled for presentation at the Faculty or Post Graduate School. The decision was arrived at for quality control and therefore must be complied with. The Graduate Board also agreed that whenever we have proposed defence, all academic staff and Post Graduate students of the Department should be invited to be present. That once students are admitted for Masters Degree, those to offer remedial courses must take and pass the courses first before registering for their Master Programme.

 

Departmental Academic Staff List for Graduate Programmes

 

S/N

Name

Rank/

Designation

Qualification / Area of Specialization and Research Interest

Course Taught /Courses Assigned to

1.

Nzeneri, I. S.

Professor

B.A. Education / Econs., M.Ed. and Ph.D. Adult Education

Comparative Adult Education, Community Development, Research Methods and Statistics in Adult Education, Distance / Adult Literacy Education.

2.

Okeke, E. C. (Mrs)

Professor

B.Sc. Education / Geography, M.A. Ed., Ph.D. Has research interest in Adult Education

General Principles of Environmental Adult Education, Socio-Economic Perspectives of Adult Education, Comparative Studies in Adult Education.

3.

Ebong, J. M. (Mrs.)

Professor

B.Sc. Education / Mathematics, M.Ed. Ph.D. Has research interest in Adult Education

Personnel Development in Adult Education, Cost-Benefit Analysis of Adult and Non-Formal Education.

4.

Oyebemiji, M. A.

Associate Professor

B.Ed., M.Ed. Adult Education, Ph.D. Adult Education.

History of Adult Education, Community Development.

5.

Adekola, G.

Senior Lecturer

B.ED, M.ED &Ph.D  (Ibadan)

Adult Education & Community Development

6.

Ezimah, M.O.A.

Senior Lecturer

B.ED (Calabar) M.ED, Ph.D (UPH)

Environmental Adult  Education

7.

Aruma, E.O.

Senior Lecturer

B.ED, M.ED &Ph.D (UNN)

Adult Education, Literacy Education and Community Development

8.

Ugwu, A.N. (Mrs.)

Senior Lecturer

B.ED, M.ED  (UNN), PhD (UPH)

Adult Education 

&Community Development

9.

Onyenemezu, E.C.

 

Senior Lecturer

B.ED, M.ED, Ph.D (UPH)

Adult Education and Community Development

10.

Hanachor, M.E.

Senior Lecturer

Diploma, B.ED, M.ED, Ph.D (UPH)

Educational Management and Community Development.

11.

Mbalisi, O. F

Lecturer 1

B.ED, M.ED, Ph.D (UPH)

Adult and Environmental  Education

12.

Mrs. Eheazu, C.L. (Mrs.)

Lecturer 1

B.Ed, M.ED, PhD (UPH)

Environmental Adult Education

 

Registration of Courses

Each student is required to register for all courses he/she offers during the stipulated time which is usually within the first two weeks of resumption. Students are expected to pay their school fees first and collect the manual registration form from the department and proceed to any cyber café for on-line registration. Credit units of courses to be registered must not be less than 15 or more than 24 in a semester and must exceed 48 in a session. Students are required to register their carry-over courses first before their current year courses. Fresh postgraduate students should first pay their school fees in the approved banks on campus and proceed to graduate school for collection of registration forms. All postgraduate courses are registered in the department.

 

Forgery

During registration of new/fresh students at both the certificate and freshman/undergraduate levels, original certificates or credentials used to secure admission will be verified by the Department to ascertain their authenticity.  Again, at the end of each programme, i.e. one year certificate or four years of undergraduate, verification of certificates/credentials are strictly revisited before exit of students from the department.  At any point a student is found guilty of forging any certificate/credential, transcript and any other official document, such a student shall be expelled from the department/university.  Students of this department are therefore warned in their own interest, to desist from acts capable of demeaning the integrity of the Department of Adult and Non-formal Education.

 

Examination Malpractice

Any student in the Department of Adult and Non-formal Education at the certificate, undergraduate and post-graduate levels found guilty of examination malpractice of any sort shall be expelled from the department/university.  For clarity, examination malpractice is defined as all forms of cheating which directly or indirectly falsify the ability of a student.  In other words, examination malpractice denotes any form of fraud committed by a student in order to pass an examination which under normal circumstances he or she would not have passed.  Its forms are various, ranging from cheating in the examination hall such as impersonation, smuggling into the examination hall/room scribes of already prepared answers, copying from each other or one another (collusion), oral or written communication between/amongst students during examination etc, to cheating outside the examination hall/room (see details on examination malpractice). An investigating panel shall be constituted by the Departmental Board to look into the case and recommend appropriate disciplinary actions.

 

 

FORMAT FOR PRESENTING RESEARCH

THESIS/DISSERTATION REPORT

 

Preliminary Section
                                                                                                                           Page

i)          Title Page

ii)         Approval page

iii)        Certification

iv)        Dedication

v)         Acknowledgement

vi)        Table of Contents

vii)       List of Tables

viii)      List of Figures (if any)

ix)        Abstract

 

 

Body of Research Report

CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION

 

1.1       Background to the study

1.2       Statement of the problem

1.3       Purpose and objective(s) of the study

1.4       Research questions

1.5       Hypotheses

1.6       Significance of the study

1.7       Scope of the study

1.8       Operational definition of terms (if any)

1.9       Assumptions (if any)

 

CHAPTER 2: REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE

 

2.1       Theoretical Framework (i.e. related theories)

2.2       Conceptual review (i.e. essential concepts in the study)

2.3       Relevance of these concepts in the field of Adult Education (if any)

2.4       Recent studies on the topic (if any)

2.5       Summary of literature review

 

CHAPTER 3: METHODOLOGY

 

3.1       Research Design

3.2       Population of the study

3.3       Sample and sampling technique

3.4       Instrumentation

3.5       Validity and Reliability of Instrumentations

3.6       Method of Data collection (i.e conditions of research if it is experimental)

3.7       Method of data analysis

 

CHAPTER 4: PRESENTATION AND ANALYSIS OF DATA

 

4.1       Analyses of research questions

4.2       Test of research hypotheses

4.3       Summary of findings

 

CHAPTER 5: DISCUSSION OF FINDINGS, CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATION(S)

 

5.1       Discussion of findings

5.2       Conclusion

5.3       Implications of findings

5.4       Recommendations

5.5       Limitations of the study

5.6       Suggestions for further studies

 

REFERENCES

All authorities / materials cited in the body of the work MUST be acknowledged in the reference section. American Psychological Association (APA) Format for referencing and citing authors and materials used in any study has been approved by the Department/Faculty. See your HOD for this format.

 

APPENDIX

The Appendix section should include among other things, the introductory letter which explains the purpose of the study and its instrument(s) to intended respondents. Other materials to be expected in the Appendix section include the instruments used, relevant tables, figures and statistical formulae or workings giving more detailed explanation of the research process and findings, but which would otherwise create confusion if included in the body of the work.

 

COLOUR OF PROJECT/THESIS/DISSERTATION

Approved colour of project/thesis/dissertation is black.

 

Note: It is suggested that under each chapter heading, there should be a brief opening paragraph of about 2 to 5 sentences to show what the chapter is all about. The opening paragraph should NOT be titled “INTRODUCTION” and should NOT be numbered as sub-heading.

 

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