Department of Educational Foundations

Department of Educational Foundations

Name of Department:                               Department of Educational Foundations
Name of Ag.Head Of Deparment:            Dr. D. O. Nwaokugha 
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Contact Phone Number(s):                      08060815940

 

INTRODUCTION

1.1    HISTORY

The Department of Educational Foundations was created in 1982.  During this time, the Faculty of Education like all other faculties of the University functioned under the School System, hence it was School of Education.  In this wise, it existed as a one department faculty – the Foundations of Education.  From 1st October, 1983 it was formally split into four (4) departments and an Institute of Education. Among the four new departments was the Foundations of Education.

In 2004/2005 academic session, the Faculty of Education made a major shift in focus; emphasis shifted to Teacher Education.  Following the shift, the department was renamed Department of Educational Foundations (Education Arts).  It houses students who offer Arts courses in a four – year academic programme for the award of Bachelor of Arts degree in Education (B.A. Ed).  Students of this department choose their teaching subjects from the Faculty of Humanities viz departments of English Language, History and Diplomatic Studies, Foreign Languages and Literature (French), Religious and Cultural Studies Theatre Arts and Fine Arts and Design and Music with effect from 2012.

1.2    PHILOSOPHY

In line with the philosophy of the Faculty of Education to build a dynamic environment for the creation of a centre of excellence in Teacher Education, the department houses students who offer Arts subjects.  The primary function of the department is to produce professionally qualified classroom teachers in English Language, History and Diplomatic Studies, Foreign Languages and Literature (French), Religious and Cultural Studies, Theatre Arts and Fine Arts and Design and Music.

The ratio of the education courses to teaching subjects is 1:2.  In other words, two – thirds of the courses offered are in the teaching subject areas, while one – third is in Education.  The department aims at effectively meeting the changing landscape in the education labour market in its catchment areas in particular and Nigeria at large, while reflecting the trends in the international teacher – education programme.

1.3    VISION

The Department of Educational Foundations (Education Arts) seeks to provide the students with the professional training (Foundation Courses) in education while other relevant departments cater for the various academic courses in the teaching subjects and general studies.  The vision is to produce first class teachers who will educate children especially at the secondary level of the Nigerian educational system.

1.4    MISSION STATEMENT

The mission statement of Educational Foundations is to intellectually, morally and professionally empower the Nigerian youth to embrace and sustain the teaching profession.  The department intends to and is determined to achieve the following objectives:

  • To be directly engaged in the creation, transmission of periodic evaluation of knowledge delivery in the pursuit of excellence in academic scholarship and intellectual enquiry through teaching research and public service.
  • To provide the education system with highly competent counsellors, able to contribute effectively to the development of Nigerian youth and integrated prosperous society.  This is to be done through the integration of relevant research and advisory services to the immediate environs, discipline/subject areas.
  • To be a local, national and recognized international centre of excellence in terms of qualitative and relevant knowledge, skills development for the education industry, advisory and public services.
  • To advance the academic culture among staff through collaborative interaction with professionals in the field both locally and internationally.
  • To continuously initiate programmes that will maximally impact on the University’s immediate environment and the Nigerian society.
  • Above all, to seek excellence in knowledge and human resource capacity building without sacrificing quality in the Nigerian education industry.

COURSE OBJECTIVES

  • The programmes of the department are geared specially towards producing the right calibre of primary and secondary school teachers as well as teachers in specialized positions for the nation’s educational system in sufficient quality and quantity.
  • Produce/groom teachers and educators with solid background in the concept, knowledge, understanding and reapplication and use of such knowledge for the betterment of themselves and mankind.                                      

SUMMARY OF TEACHING SUBJECT

The teaching subjects which students can choose from include the under-listed

  • English Studies
  • Fine Arts and Design
  • French
  • History and Diplomatic Studies
  • Religious and Cultural Studies
  • Theatre Arts
  • Music (started 2012)

 

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATONS (EDUCATION ARTS) ACADEMIC STAFF

S/NO

NAME

QUALIFICATION

FIELD OF SPECIALIZATION

DESIGNATION

1.

Okeke, E. C (Mrs.)

B.Sc. (Nigeria), MMphil., Ph.D (UPH)

Population Geography and Sociology of Education

Professor

2.

Okorosaye-Orubite, A. K.

B.Ed (Sc. Chem) (Uniben, M.Ed., Ph.D (UPH)

History and Policy of Education, Comparative Education

Professor

3.

Aminigo, I. M

B.A. Ed, M.Ed., PhD

Language Literary Studies and Philosophy of Education

Professor

4.

Nwanna-Nzewunwa, O.P. (Mrs)

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

Vocational Education and Sociology of Education

Professor

5.

Dienye V.U. (Mrs)

B.A. Ed, M. Ed., Ph.D (UPH)

Sociology of Education

Professor

6.*

Okoli, N. J. (Mrs)

B.Ed, M. Ed (Ife), Ph.D (UPH)

History of Education and Higher Education

 Professor

7.

Osaat, S.D.

B.SC Ed. M.Ed. Ph.D (UPH)

Philosophy of Education

Professor

8.**

Odigie, V. O. (Mrs)

Dip. M.Ed., M.Ed. (Uni of Sofia), Ph.D (UPH)

Childhood Pedagogy Philosophy of Education

Senior Lecturer

9.

Ogbondah, L.

NCE, BA Ed., M. Ed, Ph.D(UNICAL), Ph.D (UPH)

History and Policy of Education

Senior Lecturer

Adjunct

10.

Amaele, S.

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

Philosophy of Education

Senior Lecturer

Adjunct

11.

Kalu, E. (Mrs)

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

Sociology of

Education

Senior Lecturer

12.

Nwaokugha, D. O.

B.Ed., M.Ed., PhD

Sociology of Education

Senior Lecturer/

Acting Head (HOD)

13.

Abdulrahman Y.M.

Dip. (Ed), U.I.; B.Sc.(Ed), Ilorin; M.Ed (U.I.), Ph.D (UPH)

History and Policy of Education, Comparative Education 

Senior Lecturer

14.

Onyido, J.A.

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

Sociology of Education

Senior Lecturer

15.

Harry, Tina (Mrs)

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

History and Policy of Education, Comparative Education

Senior Lecturer

16.

Okanezi, Bright

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

Sociology of Education

Lecturer I

17.

Nziadam, Lucky

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

Philosophy of Education

Lecturer I

18.

Benjamin Nyewusira

B.Ed., M.Ed.

Ph.D (UPH)

History of Education

Lecturer I

19.

Ogeh, O. W. M.

B.Ed, M. Ed. (UPH)

History of Education

Lecturer II

*   Retired.                                                                                                     

** Transferred

 

NON TEACHING STAFF

S/No

Name of Staff

Rank

Qualification and Dates Obtained

1.

MRS. PATIENCE NIABARI  LETON

Assistant Registrar

 

GCE 1992, WAEC 2001, NABTEB 2003 and 2005, B.Sc Sociology 2007.

2.

MRS AMADI BLESSING

Personal  Secretary II

WAEC 1989 and NABTEB 2000

3.

 

 

 

4.

MRS. ELEONU CHINYERE

Chief Clerical Officer

 

GCE 1989/1990, NECO 2004.

5.

MR. IDAADO, GIBSON

Clerical Officer I

 

FSLC 1974, GCE 1997, NECO 2011.

6.

Mrs. Patience Opurum

Caretaker

FSLC

7.

MRS. PATIENCE  OLOWU

Caretaker

FSLC

 

ACADEMIC POLICIES

2.    Highlights

The following extracts have been taken from the document “Statement of Academic Policies, University of Port Harcourt 1996”.  This document was issued first in 1977, in 1983 to reflect the re-organization from a school system to a faculty system; and revised in 1990 to reflect changes in line with the NUC Minimum Academic Standards.  The present revision reflects changes made by Senate in 1995 and 2002 to 2012. Students are advised to familiarize themselves with this document. The section containing General Remarks is included to alert the fresh students on the implications of the new grading system in relation to his/her final degree classification, and the virtue of and reward for hard work, honest and abstinence from vices: examination malpractice and cultism.

2.2    Registration of Courses

Every student is required to register for all courses in his/her area of specialization during the time stipulated which is usually within the first week of resumption, except where otherwise indicated.  Students who cannot register during the specified time may however, register later but all registration exercise must be completed within the time allowed for late registration.

Course registration is the responsibility of the student’s parent department. The Head of Department signs for all the courses registered. In registering students, the parent department should ensure that students re-register for all previously failed courses in which the programme requires a pass, and meet the prescribed requirements for each course registered.  Furthermore, the total credit units registered must not be less than 15 or more than 24 per semester.

Any registration completed after the time specified will be null and void and will not be credited to the student even when he/she has taken and passed examination in the course.  Students are not allowed to sit for examination in courses for which they have not previously registered.  Such actions are fraudulent and culprits will be appropriately discipline.

Any genuine request for late registration must be made in writing to the Head of Department, and a late registration fee, whose amount is reviewed each year in line with the cost of living, must be paid to the Bursary.  Forms for later registration will be given out only when the appropriate receipt is documented on the form.

Application for adding or dropping a course must be made on the prescribed Add/Drop Form and certified by the Registrar after obtaining the approval of the Head of Department concerned, not later than four weeks before the registration form will be null and void.

2.3    Structure of the Programme

The National Universities Commission Minimum Academic Standards require that each programme in the University should, as much as possible be organized into the following types of courses.

  • General Studies Courses
  • Core Courses
  • Special Area Courses
  • Optional Courses

Requirements for Bachelor’s Degree

To obtain a Bachelor of Arts in Education/Bachelor of Science in Education (BA, Ed.) or a Bachelor of Education (B.Ed) degree in the Faculty of Education, the student shall:

Complete the programme of study approved by Senate on the recommendation of the Faculty Board of studies consisting of:

(a)     Core courses in education

(b)     Special area courses in education

(c)     Prescribed courses in teaching subject area where applicable.

(d)    University courses.

II.         Sit for a pass all examinations on the prescribed courses registered for.

III.        Achieve a minimum overall grade point average (GPA) of not less than 1.00 in the Course registered to remain in the programme.

IV.       Must have passed a total minimum of not less than 120 credit units including success in Teaching Practices I and II         and Project

V.         Satisfy all financial obligations to the university as well as may be prescribed by the Senate and

VI.       Be formally recommended by the Board of studies the faculty for the award of the Degree.

Grading System

The following system of Grade Points shall be used for all Faculties (see table 1)

Mark/Score

Letter Notation

Grade Point (GP)

70% & above

A

5.00

60 -  69

B

4.00

50 -  59

C

3.00

45 -  49

D

2.00

40 - 44

E

1.00

0 - 39

F

0.00

Students are obliged to sit for examination in all registered courses.  Any student who fails to sit for a course examination without satisfactory reason earns the grade “F”.

Computation of Grade Average

Every courses carries a fixed number of Credit Units (CU); one Credit Unit being when a class meets one hour every week for one semester, or three hours every week in the laboratory, workshop or field.  Quality Point (QP) are derived by multiplying the Credit Units for the course by the Grade Points (GP) earned by the student e.g. in a course with 3 credit units in which a student earned a B with 4 Grade Points, the Quality Points are: 3 x 4 = 12.  Grade Point Average (GPA) is derived by dividing the Quality Points for the semester by the Credit Units for the semester:  e.g. in a semester where the student earned 56 Quality Points for 18 credit units, the GPA is: 56/18 = 3.11

Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) is derived by adding the Total Quality Points (TQP) to date and dividing by the Total Credit Units (TCU)to date:  e.g. if the TQP is 228 and the TCU is 68, the CGPA IS: 228/68 = 335, detailed example of how to calculate GPA AND GPA is as presented in table

Typical Example for GPA-CGPA Computation 

First Year, Semester One

Course Code

Credit Units (CU)

Letter Point

Grade Point (GP)

Quality Points (QP)

Grade Point Average (GPA)

Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA)

EDU 100.1

3

B

4

12

QP =   6

CU = 17

TQP = ∑QP

EDU 101.1

1

C

3

3

GPA = 66 ÷ 17

=  3.88

∑TQP = 66

TU = ∑CU

= 17 CGPA

= 66/17

= 3.88

EDU 102.1

 

 

 

 

 

 

GES 101.1

 

 

 

 

 

 

KHE 102.1

 

 

 

 

 

 

EDU 103.1

 

 

 

 

 

 

First Year, Semester Two 

Course Code

Credit Units (CU)

Letter Point

Grade Point (GP)

Quality Points (QP)

Grade Point Average (GPA)

Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA)

EDU 100.2

5

E

1

5

QP =   48

CU =  20

TQP = ∑QP

GES 100.2

4

D

2

8

GPA = 48 ÷ 20

=  2.40

∑TQP = 66 + 48

= 114 TCP

= ∑CU = 17+20

= 37 CGPA

= 114 ÷ 37

= 3.08

EDU 101.2

5

 

B

4

2

 

 

EDU 103.2

3

 

F

0

0

 

 

DAE 104.2

3

A

5

15

 

 

  • Grades obtained in all approved courses of a student’s prescribed programme, excluding audited courses, shall be used to compute the GPA.
  • Where a student has registered more than the allowed number of free elective courses, chosen in the order of registration, will be used in computing the CGPA.  Other elective courses will be treated as audited courses and will not be used in calculating CGPA.
  • Where a student registered for a course but the result is unavailable, due to no fault of the student, he/she will re-register for it in the next academic year.
  • When a student transfers from one Faculty to another, only the grades obtained in the courses in the new prescribed programme of study will be used to compute the CGPA.

Degree Classification

The degree shall be awarded with 1st, 2nd Class Upper, 2nd Class Lower, 3rd class Honours.  Or a Pass degree the Cumulative Grade Point Average for these classifications shall be:

Class of Degree                                     Cum. Grade Average               Cum. Grade Average

1st Class                                                  4.50 - 5.00                                  4.50 - 5.00

2nd Class (Upper Division)                       3.50 - 4.49                                  3.50 - 4.49

2nd Class (Lower Division)                       2.40 - 3.49                                  2.40 - 3.49

3rd Class                                                  1.50 – 2.39                                 1.50 - 2.39

Pass                                                         1.00 – 1.49                                 0.00 - 1.49

Fail                                                            0.00 - 0.99

 

Continuation, Probation and Withdrawal  

The essential points on the subject matter are as highlighted below:

2.8.1    Continuation Requirement

The continuation requirement in the University is a CGPA of 1.00 at the end of every academic year.

2.8.2    Probation

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.

2.8.3    Limitation of Registration

Students on probation may not register for more than 15 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.

2.8.4    Warning of De-registration

Students are therefore warned by their department if at the end of any semester their GPA falls below 1.00 or 1.50 from 2015/2016 set.

2.8.5    Repeating Failed Course Unit(s)

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

2.8.6    Withdrawal from Study

A student whose Cumulative Grade Point Average is below 1.00 at the end of one year’s probation shall be required to withdraw from the programme.

2.8.7    Duration of Programme

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

2.9       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 their Department of the Dean of their Faculty and taken the prescribed examination.  An audited course shall not be used in calculating the CGPA.

2.10     Academic Advisers

Every student is attached to an Academic Adviser who is a member of the academic staff and who will advice him/her on academic affairs as well as on personal matters.  Academic Advisers are expected to follow their student’s academic progress and provide counselling to them.

It is the duty of the Head of Department to assign an Academic Adviser to each student at the beginning of each session.  Academic Advisers should give clear information on the notice- boards or on their doors about appropriate times and places at which they will be available to students who wish to consult them.

2.11     General Remarks

All the students admitted into the 1st year of the Faculty of Education must have met the entry requirements, and thus are eligible to pursue the available careers in the Faculty.  However, experience has shown that many of these students relax their efforts in the early years of study, apparently assuming that, like the practice in the primary and secondary schools, they would make up the lost efforts in their later years of study. This assumption is false in the Nigerian University System.

Here at the University of Port Harcourt, every registered course (except officially dropped):

  • Requires a minimum of 70% attendances to lecture/tutorial (L) and/or laboratory/practice (P) to qualify for examinations.
  • Must be continuously assessed through assignments, tests, etc.
  • Must have a grade returned, and
  • Must have a grade returned for every student who registered for it, which must comprise 30% from the continuous assessment and 70% from the examination.

Each course in the programme contributes toward the cumulative grade point average (CGPA) with its weight (credit units).  In the Faculty of Education the weights for a course may be 1, 2 and 3 credit units as the case may be, except for the final year project whose weight is 4 credit units teaching practice is offered at the end of year 2 and 3.

Most top job opportunities in the job market usually reserved for graduates with excellent or very good degree classified (1st Class or 2nd Class Upper Division).  For example to be qualified to become a lecturer in the University, one’s first degree must not fall below 2nd Class Upper Division.  And to qualify for admission into a post graduate degree programme at the University of Port Harcourt, one’s first degree must not be below 3.0.

In terms of the letter grades earned all the courses offered in a given academic programme of study, 1st Class, 2nd Class Upper Division and High 2nd Class Lower Division simply mean, receptively:

  • The 1st Class is equivalent to the attainment of at least ‘A’ ‘B’ average (a minimum final CGPA of (5 + 4)/2  = 4.50) during the course of study.  To achieve this, one must earn very few ‘Cs’ say, two or three, and more ‘As’ than ‘Bs’ in all the courses.  Earning even one ‘E’ grade and/or ‘Ds’ can be fatal.
  • The 2nd class division is equivalent to the attainment of at list ‘B’ ‘C’ average (a minimum final CGPA of (4+3)/2 = 3.50) during the course to study.  To achieve this, one must earn very few ‘Ds’ say, two or three, many ‘Bs’ and ‘As’.   Earning few ‘Es’ and ‘Ds’ can be fatal.
  • The ‘high’ 2nd Class Lower Division is equivalent to the attainment of a grade of ‘C’ (a minimum final CGPA of 3.0) during the course of study.  To achieve one must be an average student throughout the programme of study.

Therefore, for the ambitious student, hard work begins from year 1 and spans through year 4.  Few low grades can thwart a student’s ambition.  However, one should always be true to his/her abilities, and not resort to cheating to claim what does not belong to him/her. Appendix A presents some of the penalties for a false ambition (examination malpractice).  Students are therefore advised to completely avoid vices (such as secrete cultism and examination malpractice) that will ultimately put them out of course and disrepute.  They are rather encouraged to be obedient, humble and law-abiding and to act in such a manner as to achieve their primary purpose of advancing their education.

The Faculty also offers Post-Graduate courses at both Masters and Doctoral levels in various departments in collaboration with the school of graduate studies.  Details are available at the school of graduate studies of the University.

 

Examination Malpractice

Any student found quality of forging certificates, transcripts and other official documents shall be expelled from the University.

2.13    Forgery

Any student found guilty of forging certificates, transcripts and other official documents shall be expelled from the University.

2.14    Dean’s List

A student, who by virtue of his performance at the end of any academic semester achieves a GPA of 4.00 or over, will have his/her name published in the Dean’s list of the Faculty.  Each list is valid for one semester immediately following the publication of the result and until the publication of the result of the next semester.  The names on the Dean’s list reflect not only the excellent performance of the students but also demonstrate academic capabilities of a high degree.  Consequently, such a student may be required to take extra courses beyond normal course load.

2.15    General University’s Regulation

The above regulations shall be read in conjunction with the general University regulations, which are regarded as part of these regulations.

The Department of Educational Foundations has the following sub-disciplines:

  • English Studies
  • History and Diplomatic Studies
  • Religious and Cultural Studies
  • French
  • Fine Arts and Design
  • Theatre Arts
  • Music

Students in each sub-discipline offer University wide courses, courses in education and courses that are peculiar to their individual sub-disciplines.  Senate regulation stipulates that each student offers a maximum of 48 credit units in both semesters.  As a policy of the University as it concerns Educational Foundations, students are expected to pass all courses, meaning that all the courses are compulsory.  However, students enjoy a waiver of two failed courses which must not include GES courses, Teaching practice and community service.

Every student in the Department of Educational Foundations has a total workload of 27 hours per week.  This is derived from the credit hours for course per week and a two hour initial for each course.  Below are the various courses offered in the various sub-discipline in the department.

 

EDUCATION COURSES HOUSED IN THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATIONAL FOUNCATIONS (EDUCATION ARTS)

EDU 100.1:             Introduction to Education                                       (2 Units)

EDU 201.1:             History of Education                                               (2 Units)

EDU 2CL. 2:           Community Service                                                 (2 Units)

EDU 202.2:             Sociology of Education                                           (2 Units)

EDU 301.1:             Philosophy of Education                                         (2 Units)

EDU 303.2:             Research Methods and Statistics                            (3 Units)

EDU 304.2:             Supervised Teaching Practice I & II                         (6 Units)

EDU 401.2:             Research Project in Education                                (4 Units)

EDU 404.2:             Comparative Education                                           (2 Units)

                                Total                                                                      (24 Units)

 

DESCRIPTION OF EDUCATION COURSES HOUSED IN THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATIONS (EDUCATION ARTS)

  • EDU 100.1: Introduction to Education (2 Units)

The course presents a general introduction to education as a Discipline and as a profession.  Students will be introduced to the scope of education, its roles in society and why teachers study education.  Added to this, the course will introduce students to the knowledge of specialized areas in education.  These include Educational Management, Psychology, Guidance and Counselling Foundations of Educational awareness of their inter-relationships and importance.

  • EDU 201.1: History of Education (2 Units)

The course is designed to introduce the historical background of Nigerian Education.  The development of Western education and its influence on Nigerian education will be given emphasis.  The origin of Nigerian education including the traditional, Islamic and Western/Formal Education will be studied.  The missionaries and colonial contributions to Nigerian education will be examined as well as the role of nationalists and various Nigerian government.

  • EDU 2CS1.2: Community Service (1 Unit)

This is a community based practical exercise in which students will develop curriculum packages to solve societal problems. This will take the form of workshops at community halls village square.  It will also entail developing training packages for illiterates’ skilled and unskilled craftsmen in both urban and rural settings.

  • EDU 202.2: Sociology of Education (2 Units)

The course will examine the role of the school as a true representative of the wider society. In an effort to present the relationship between the school and the society.  In an effort to present the relationship between the school and society, the societal factors, which affect both the content the development of education in Nigeria and other countries, will also be discussed. The social role of education of human development will also be discussed.

  • EDU 301.1: Philosophy of Education (2 Units)

The course is designed to enable students recognize and appreciate the importance and the relevance of Philosophy of Education in a teacher education programme.  Consequently, the nature and purpose of Philosophy of Education will be examined. Moreover, the concepts and the issues typically discussed in Philosophy of Education will be introduced to the students.

  • EDU 303.2: Research Methods and Statistics (3 Units)
  • The course is designed to acquaint the students with the nature and scope of statistics.  It covers basic descriptive statistic data collection, measures of frequency distribution, central tendency and dispersion.  Students are introduced to inferential statistics of parametric and non parametric tests as a means for scientific study.  Introduction to research definitions and values; types of research descriptive, experimental, quasi-experimental, problem formulation, methodology and data analysis and reporting. 

Documentation in research various formats; Harvard citation of Vancouver (numbering) and American Psychological Association (APA) style will be presented.

  • EDU 204.2 & 304.2: Supervised Teaching Practice 
  • Practice 1 & II (6 Units)

The exercise comes in two phases, first one will be observed for will be observed also for six weeks during the students third year.

Therefore it’s a field work of practical teaching where the student teachers are exposed to teaching and application of the skill which they have acquired in practical terms at different secondary schools around and outside the University environment.

  • EDU 401.2: Research Project (4 Units)
  • The project is designed to introduce students to the process of conducting original research.  The research to be undertaken may be of primary or secondary nature but the instigation must show a substantial degree of originality to be acceptable.  Students are expected to select their project topic by the end of the third year.

These will be related to some aspect of their course of study within the Faculty of general education issues.  They will be guided in their investigation by faculty member who serves as a project supervisor and they are required to submit the report of their findings in thesis style by the end of the final year.

  • EDU 404.2 Comparative Education (2 Units)
  • An attempt will be made to discuss the scope and the meaning of Comparative Education as well as the examination of the rationale for studying Comparative Education in teacher in teacher training.  The relationship between the state and education and the factors influencing the character of educational systems will be examined in some details.  Examples will be drawn from some specific educational systems including Nigeria.

GES 101.2 Computer Appreciation and Application (3 Units)

GES 102.2 Introduction to Logic and Philosophy (2 Units)

TOTAL                                                                         21 Units

 

3.2 CO-OPERATING DEPARTMENTS

The cooperating departments are various departments in the University where Education Arts students take their teaching subject course from, in addition to the ones offered as core/compulsory course. These cooperating departments are English, History and Diplomatic Studies, French, Religious and Cultural Studies, Theatre Arts, Fine Arts and Design.

 

COURSE OFFERED IN EDUCATION ARTS

ENGLISH LANGUAGE EDUCATION (YEAR ONE)

First Semester

Course Code       Course Title                                                              Credit Units

GES 101.1             Computer Appreciation and Application  2

GES 103.1             Nigerian People and Culture                                             2

GES 104.1             History and Philosophy of Science                                    2

LCS 100.1             Language, Linguistics and the Media                                3

HDS 100.1            Major World Civilization to 1500 AD                                    3

FLL 111.1              Fundamentals of French I                                                  3

THA 100.1            Fundamentals of Theatre Arts                                            3

                              TOTAL CREDIT UNITS                                                     18

Second Semester

Course Code       Course Title                                                              Credit Units

EST 120.2              Introduction to the Study of Literature                             3

EST 124.2              Grammar and Composition                                             3

EST 126.2              Language and Society                                                    3

EST 121.2              Understanding Fiction                                                     3

GES 100.2             Communication Skills in English                                      3

GES 102.2             Introduction to Logic and Philosophy                               2

                               TOTAL CREDIT UNITS                                                 17

TOTAL CREDIT UNITS FOR YEAR ONE                                                    35

ENGLISH LANGUAGE EDUCATION (YEAR TWO)

First Semester

Course Code       Course Title                                                             Credit Units

EST 205.1              Understanding Poetry                                                       3

EST 207.1              Introduction to Nigerian Literature in English                    3

EST 209.1              English Morphology and Syntax                                       3

EST 213.1              Phonetics and Spoken English                                         3

EST 215.1              Literature, Popular Culture and the

                    Mass Media                                                                       3

EST 217.1              Understanding Drama                                                       3

EC                          Elective Course                                                                 3

                               TOTAL CREDIT UNITS                                                   21

Second Semester

Course Code       Course Title                                                              Credit Units

EST 212.2              Oral Literature                                                                    3

EST 214.2              Structure of English                                                           3

EST 216.2              Varieties of English                                                            3

EST 218.2              ICT in English Studies                                                       3

EST 224.2              History of the English Language                                       3

EST 226.2              Creative Writing I                                                               3

EST 2C4.2             Community Service (Oral Literary

                    Traditions)                                                                          1

         TOTAL CREDIT UNITS                                                    19

TOTAL CREDIT UNITS FOR YEAR TWO                                                      40                                                                 

ENGLISH LANGUAGE EDUCATION (YEAR THREE)

First Semester

Course Code       Course Title                                                              Credit Units

EST 307.1              Phonology of English                                                        3

EST 309.1              The English Language in Nigeria                                     3

EST 311.1              Discourse Analysis and Pragmatics                                 3

EST 313.1              Advanced English Composition                                       3

EST 315.1              African Poetry                                                                  3

EST 317.1              Studies in European Literature                                        3

EC                           Elective Course                                                               3

                                 TOTAL CREDEIT UNIT                                                  21

Second Semester

Course Code         Course Title                                                           Credit Units

EST 300.2                African Novel                                                                     3

EST 302.2                Research Methods and Thesis Writing                             3

EST 304.2                Applied English Linguistics                                                3

EST 306.2                Semantics of English                                                         3

EST 308.2                African Drama                                                                   3

EST 310.2                The Sociolinguistics of English                                          3

GES 300.2               Entrepreneurship Development                                         2

                                 TOTAL  CREDIT UNITS                                                    20

TOTAL CREDIT UNITS FOR YEAR THREE                                                      41

ENGLISH LANGUAGE EDUCATION (YEAR FOUR)

First Semester

Course Code         Course Title                                                               Credit Units

EST 407.1                Stylistics                                                                          3

EST 409.1                Modern English/American Literature                               3

EST 411.1                African Women Authors                                                   3

EST 413.1                Documentation in Thesis Writing                                     3

EST 415.1                New Trend in Syntax                                                        3

EST 417.1                Literary Theory and Criticism                                           3

EST 419.1                African-American/Caribbean Literature                            3

                                 TOTAL  CREDIT UNITS                                                   21

Second Semester

Course Code         Course Title                                                               Credit Units

EST 402.2                Studies in Oral Literature or                                               2

EST 404.2                Studies in Biographical Literature                                      2

EST 406.2                Introduction to Asian Literature

                     in Translation or                                                                 2

EST 408.2                Studies in the Language of Literature                                2

EST 410.2                Language and National Development or                            2

EST 412.2                English for Specific Purpose                                              2

EST 414.2                Shakespeare and Renaissance Poetry                              3

EST 416.2                Creative Writing II or                                                           2

EST 418.2                Studies in Nigerian Literature                                             2

EST 420.2                Project/Long Essay                                                            6

                                 TOTAL  CREDIT UNITS                                                     17

TOTAL CREDIT UNITS FOR YEAR FOUR                                                         38

GRAND TOTAL NO. OF CREDIT UNITS                                                            154

 

HISTORY AND DIPLOMATIC STUDIES (YEAR ONE)

First Semester

Course Code       Course Title                                                              Credit Units

EDU       100.1      Introduction to Education                                               2

EDU       103.1      Theories and Practice of Physical 

                              Activity Skills and Techniques I                                     1

HDS       100.1      Major World Civilization to 1500 AD                               3

HDS       100.1      Introduction to Archaeology                                           3

LAC       100.1      Introduction to Language                                               3

GES       103.1      Nigeria People and Culture                                           2

GES       104.1      History and Philosophy                                                  2

                             TOTAL CREDIT UNITS                                                 16

Second Semester

Course Code       Course Title                                                              Credit Units

EDU       101.2      Instructional Technology                                                     2

EDU    103.2         Theory and Practice of Physical    Activity Skills

                 and Techniques II                                                               1

GES        100.2      Communication skills in English                                         3

EST         120.2      Introduction to Study of Literature                                     3

HDS       112.2       Africa to 1800                                                                     3

HDS       123.2        History of Diplomacy                                                         3

GES        101.2      Computer Appreciation & Application                                3

GES        102.2      Introduction to Logic and Philosophy                                2

                               TOTAL CREDIT UNITS                                                    20

TOTAL CREDIT UNITS FOR YEAR ONE                                                       36              

HISTORY AND DIPLOMATIC STUDIES (YEAR TWO)

First Semester

Course Code       Course Title                                                              Credit Units

EDU       200.1      Development Psychology                                                2

EDU       201.1      History of Education                                                         2

EDU       202.1      Classroom Management                                                  2

HDS       202.1      European History and Diplomacy in 19th &

                 20th Centuries                                                                 3

HDS       203.1      Introduction to African Economic                                     3                             

                              TOTAL CREDIT UNITS                                                  12

Second Semester

Course Code       Course Title                                                              Credit Units

EDU       200.2      Art of Teaching                                                                   3

EDU       202.2      Sociology of Education                                                       2

EDU       204.2      Supervised Teaching Practice  I                                         2

HDS       212.2      Introduction to Historiography                                            3

HDS       213.2      History of Science & Technology                                        3

HDS       214.2      Africa Since 1980                                                               3

                             TOTAL CREDIT UNITS                                                      16

TOTAL CREDIT UNITS FOR YEAR TWO                                                       28

HISTORY AND DIPLOMATIC STUDIES (YEAR THREE)

First Semester

Course Code       Course Title                                                            Credit Units

EDU 300.1            Curriculum Development & Evaluation                            2

EDU 301.1            Philosophy of Education                                                  2

EDU 302.1            Psychology of Learning                                                   3

EDU 303.1            Supervision & Leadership Behaviour in

                 Education                                                                        2

HDS  300.1           Decolonization of Africa                                                   3

HDS  301.1           Philosophy of History                                                       3

HDS  303.1           The Nigerian Civil war                                                     3

                              TOTAL CREDIT UNITS                                                 18

Second Semester

Course Code       Course Title                                                             Credit Units

EDU       301.2      Methods Courses                                                              2

EDU       303.2      Research Methods and Statistics                                     3

EDU       304.2      Supervised Teaching Practice II                                       4

GES        300.2     Introduction to Entrepreneurship                                     2

HDS       312.2      Third World in International Relations                              3

HDS       313.2      The Development of Modern European

                    Political Thought                                                           3             

                TOTAL CREDIT UNITS                                                     17

TOTAL CREDIT UNITS FOR YEAR THREE                                                  35

HISTORY AND DIPLOMATIC STUDIES (YEAR FOUR)

First Semester

Course code        Course Title                                                              Credit Units

EDU 400.1            Management in Education                                              2

EDU 401.1            Test and Measurement                                                   2

EDU 402.1            Computer Education                                                       2

HDS 400.1            History of the Commonwealth                                         3

HDS 401.1            Themes in Nigerian Foreign Policy since 1960              3

HDS 404.1            The European Vision and Developing Countries            3

                                 TOTAL CREDIT UNITS                                              15

Second Semester

Course Code       Course Title                                                            Credit Units

EDU 401.2            Research Project in Education                                        4

EDU 404.2            Comparative Education                                                   2

EDU 405.2            Continuous Assessment                                                  2

HDS 410.2            African Integration                                                           3

HDS 411.2            The United Nations and World Affairs

                 since 1945                                                                      3

HDS       415.2      History of Ethnic Minority                                                 3

                                 TOTAL CREDIT UNITS                                               17

TOTAL CREDIT UNITS FOR YEAR FOUR                                                  32

GRAND TOTAL NO. OF CREDITS                                                             131

 

FRENCH (YEAR ONE)

First Semester

Course Code       Course Title                                                              Credit Units

EDU 100.1             Introduction to Education                                                 2

EDU 103.1            Theory and Practice of Physical    Activity Skills

                 & Technique 1                                                                  1

FLL 100.1              Intermediate French                                                        3

FLL 102.1              Fundamental French Grammar    I                                  3

FLL 101.1              Phonetics and Modern French I                                      3

GES 104.1             History and Philosophy of Science                                  2

GES 103.1             Nigerian People and Culture                                           2

                                 TOTAL CREDIT UNITS                                                16

Second Semester

Course Code       Course Title                                                              Credit Units

EDU 101.2            Instructional Technology                                                       2

EDU 103.2            Theory and Practice of Physical   

                             Activity Skills and Techniques II                                            1

GES 100.2             Communication Skills in English                                          3

GES 101.2             Computer Appreciation and Application                              3

GES 102.2             Introduction to Logic and Philosophy                                  2

FLL 103.2              Introduction to Modern French      Literature                      3

FLL 104.2              Fundamental French Grammar II                                        3

FLL 105.2              Phonetics and Spoken French                                            3

                                 TOTAL CREDIT UNITS                                                   20

TOTAL CREDIT UNITS FOR YEAR ONE                                                        36

FRENCH (YEAR TWO)

First Semester

Course Code       Course Title                                                             Credit Units

EDU       200.1      Development  Psychology                                                2

EDU    201.1         History of Education                                                         2

EDU    202.1         Classroom Management                                                  2

FLL         200.1     French Grammar I                                                           3

FLL         201.1     Introduction to Translation                                               3

FLL         216.1     Critical Appreciation of Literature                                    3

                                 TOTAL CREDIT UNITS                                               15

Second Semester

Course Code       Course Title                                                              Credit Units

EDU 200.2            Art of Teaching                                                                  3

EDU 202.2            Sociology of Education                                                     2

EDU 2CS1.2         Community Service                                                           1

EDU 204.2            Supervised Teaching Practice I                                         2

FLL 213.2             French Grammar II                                                           3

FLL 214.2             Black Literature in French                                                3

FLL 217.2             Introduction to French Phonetics and Phonology             3

                                 TOTAL CREDIT UNITS                                                17

TOTAL CREDIT UNITS FOR YEAR TWO                                                     32

FRENCH (YEAR THREE)

First Semester

Course Code       Course Title                                                              Credit Units

EDU 300.1            Curriculum Development and Evaluation                            2

EDU 301.1            Philosophy of Education                                                     2

EDU 302.1            Psychology of Learning                                                      3

EDU 303.2            Supervision & Leadership Behaviour in

                             Education                                                                           2

FLL 300.1              French Communication Skills &   Phonetics I                     3

FLL 301.1              French Literature, Culture & Civilization I                          3

FLL 303.1              Translation                                                                        3

                                 TOTAL CREDIT UNITS                                                 18

Second Semester

Course Code       Course Title                                                             Credit Units

EDU 301.2            Methods Courses                                                                2

EDU 303.2            Research Methods and Statistics                                        3

EDU 304.2            Supervised Teaching Practice II                                          4

GES 300.2            Introduction to Entrepreneurship                                        2

FLL 306.2             Translation II                                                                       3

FLL 307.2             French Communication Skills and Phonetics                      3

FLL 309.2             French Literature, Culture & Civilization II                          3

                                 TOTAL CREDIT UNITS                                                 20

TOTAL CREDIT UNITS FOR YEAR THREE                                                  38

FRENCH (YEAR FOUR)

First Semester

Course Code       Course Title                                                              Credit Units

EDU 400.1            Management in Education                                                  2

EDU 401.1            Test and Measurement                                                       2

EDU 402.1            Computer Education                                                          2

FLL 401.1              French Thought & Literary Criticism                                 3

FLL 402.1              Linguistics Applied to Teaching of French I                      3

FLL 403.1              Communication Strategies and Discourse

                  Analysis                                                                           3

                                 TOTAL CREDIT UNITS                                                15

 

Second Semester

Course Code       Course Title                                                              Credit Units

EDU 401.2            Research Project in Education                                        4

EDU 404.2            Comparative Education                                                   2

EDU 405.2            Continuous Assessment                                                  2

FLL 405.2             Topics in French Literature                                             3

FLL 406.2              Advance Translation                                                      3

FLL 408.2             Linguistic Applied to Teaching of French II                      3

                                 TOTAL CREDIT UNITS                                               17

TOTAL CREDIT UNITS FOR YEAR FOUR                                                  32

GRAND TOTAL NO. OF CREDITS                                                            138

 

RELIGIOUS AND CULTURAL STUDIES (YEAR ONE)

First Semester

Course Code       Course Title                                                              Credit Units

EDU 100.1             Introduction to Education                                                   2

EDU 103.1             Theory & Practice of Physical Activity Skills

                  and Techniques I                                                               1

RSC 100.1             Peoples and their Religion                                                3

RSC 101.1             Introduction to Religion & Cultural Studies                        3

FC SOC 102.1       Introduction to Religion & Cultural Studies                        3

GES 103.1             Nigerian People and Culture                                             2

GES 104.1             History and Philosophy of Science                                    2

                                 TOTAL CREDIT UNITS                                                  16

Second Semester

Course Code         Course Title                                                               Credit Units

EDU 101.2              Instructional Technology                                                    2

EDU 103.2              Theory and Practice of Physical Activity Skills

                   and Techniques II                                                              1

GES 100  .2            Communication Skills in English                                        3

GES 101.2              Computer Appreciation & Application                               3

GES 102.2              Introduction to Logic & Philosophy                                   2

RCS 103.2              Indigenous Religions in West Africa:

                               Comparative Study                                                           3

RCS 102.2              Intercultural Communication                                            3

RCS 104.2              Old Testament Studies: Introduction & History                 3

                                 TOTAL  CREDIT UNITS                                                 20

TOTAL CREDIT UNITS FOR YEAR ONE                                                       36

RELIGIOUS AND CULTURAL STUDIES (YEAR TWO)

First Semester

Course Code       Course Title                                                             Credit Units

EDU 200.1            Developmental Psychology                                               2

EDU 201.1            History of Education                                                          2

EDU 202.1            Classroom Management                                                   2

RCS 201.1            Indigenous Religions of Africa:     Data &

                 Interpretation                                                                    3

RCS 203.1            Islam: Origin and General History                                     3

RCS 204.1            African Culture and Technological

                 Development                                                                     3

                                 TOTAL CREDIT UNITS                                                 15

Second Semester

Course Code       Course Title                                                              Credit Units

EDU 200.2            Art of Teaching                                                                  3

EDU 202.2            Sociology of Education                                                      2

EDU 2CS1.2         Community Service                                                            1

EDU 204.2            Supervised Teaching Practice I                                         2

RCS 207.2            Religion, Myths & Patterns in Africa                                  3

RCS 210.2            Christianity: Origin & General History                               3

RCS 212.2            Religion and Ethics in Africa                                             3

                                 TOTAL CREDIT UNITS                                                17

TOTAL CREDIT UNITS FOR YEAR TWO                                                    32

RELIGIOUS AND CULTURAL STUDIES (YEAR THREE)

First Semester

Course Code       Course Title                                                             Credit Units

EDU 300.1            Curriculum Development and Evaluation                         2

EDU 301.1            Philosophy of Education                                                  2

EDU 302.1            Psychology of Learning                                                   3

EDU 303.1            Supervision & Leadership Behaviour in

                             Education                                                                        2

RCS 300.1            Theories of Religion                                                        3

RCS 301.1            History of Christianity in West Africa                               3            

RCS 302.1            Islamic Doctrines and Theology                                      3

                                 TOTAL CREDIT UNITS                                               18

Second Semester

Course Code       Course Title                                                              Credit Units

EDU 301.2            Methods Courses                                                                2

EDU 303.2            Research Methods and Statistics                                        3

EDU 304.2            Supervised Teaching Practice II                                          4

GES 300.2            Introduction to Entrepreneurship                                        2

RCS 307.2            Christian Doctrines and Theology                                      3

RCS 309.2            History of Islam in West Africa                                            3

RCS 311.2            New Testament Studies: The Four Gospel                         3

                                 TOTAL CREDIT UNITS                                                 20

TOTAL CREDIT UNITS FOR YEAR THREE                                                  38

RELIGIOUS AND CULTURAL STUDIES (YEAR FOUR)

First Semester

Course Code       Course Title                                                              Credit Units

EDU 400.1            Management in Education                                                2

EDU 401.1            Test and Measurement                                                     2

EDU 402.1            Computer Education                                                        2

RCS 400.1            Modern Developments in Islam                                        3

RCS 401.1            Modern Developments in Christianity                              3

RCS 404.1            Christian Ethnical Teaching                                             3

                                 TOTAL CREDIT UNITS                                               15

Second Semester

Course Code       Course Title                                                            Credit Units

EDU 401.2            Research Project in Education                                        4

EDU 404.2            Comparative Education                                                   2

EDU 405.2            Continuous Assessment                                                  2

RCS 408.2             Religion, Science and Secularism                                  3

RCS 410.2             African Medicine and Health Management                     3

RCS 411.2             New Testament Studies: The Acts &

                 The Epistles                                                                    3

                                 TOTAL                                                                        17

TOTAL CREDIT UNITS FOR YEAR FOUR                                                 32

GRAND TOTAL NO. OF CREDITS                                                            138

               

NOTE:  The Programmes for Music, Theatre Arts, Fine Arts and Design Commend from the 2011/2012 Session.                                                                             

Dramatic Literature/Theory                                                                            Theatre History                                                                                                    Directing/Acting                                                                                              Technical Theatre                                                                                                  Playwriting                                                                                                      Theatre Management                                                                                        

 

THEATRE ARTS (YEAR ONE)

First Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Credit Units

EDU100.1

Introduction to Education

2

EDU103.1

Theory & Practice of Physical Skills & Tech. I

1

GES103.1

Nigerian People and Culture

2

 

Any Four Below

 

THA100.1

Fundamentals of Theatre Arts

3

FLL111.1

Fundamentals of French I

3

LAC100.1

Language, Linguistics and Media

3

HDS100.1

Phonetics and Phonology

3

 

TOTAL CREDIT UNITS

17

Second Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Credit Unit

EDU101.2

Instructional Technology

2

EDU103.2

Theory & Practice of Physical Skills & Tech. II

1

GES100.2

Communication Skills in English

3

GES102.2

Introduction to Logic and Philosophy

2

GES101.2

Computer Appreciation and Application

3

 

Any Three Below

 

THA110.2

Movement and Choreography

3

FLL112.2

Fundamentals of French II

3

LAC102.2

Phonetics and Phonology

3

EST120.2

Introduction to Study of Literature

3

 

TOTAL CREDIT UNITS

20

TOTAL CREDIT UNITS FOR YEAR ONE

37

       

THEATRE ARTS (YEAR TWO)

First Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Credit Unit

EDU200.1

Developmental Psychology

2

EDU201.1

History of Education

2

EDU202.1

Classroom Management

2

 

Any Four Below

 

THA200.1

Theatre History I

3

THA201.1

Tragic Vision I

3

THA202.1

Acting Voice And Speech Training I

3

THA204.1

Sociology of Drama I

2

THA205.1

Fundamentals of Play Writing I

2

THA206.1

African Theatre

3

 

TOTAL CREDIT UNITS

18 or less

       

Second Semester

Course Code

  Course Title

Credit Unit

EDU200.2

Art of Teaching

3

EDU202.2

Sociology of Education

2

EDU2CS1.2

Community Service

1

 

Any Four Below

 

THA210.2

Theatre History II

3

THA211.2

Tragic Vision II

2

THA212.2

Acting Voice and Speech Training II

3

THA213.2

Directing I

3

THA214.2

Sociology of Drama II

2

THA216.2

African Theatre II

3

 

TOTAL CREDIT UNITS

18 or less

TOTAL CREDIT UNITS FOR YEAR TWO

36

       

THEATRE ARTS (YEAR THREE)

First Semester

Course Code

 Course Title

Credit Unit

EDU300.1

Curriculum Development And Evaluation

2

EDU301.1

Philosophy of Education

2

EDU302.1

Psychology of Learning

3

EEDU301.1

Leadership and Supervision

2

 

Any Two Below

 

THA300.1

Dramatic Theory and Criticism I

3

THA301.1

Comic Spirit I

2

THA302.1

Scenography and Lighting I

3

THA307.1

Theatre Management I

2

 

and One of the Following

 

THA303.1

Acting/Speech, Costumes and

Make -Up

 

 

3

THA305.1

Play Writing II

THA304.1

Directing II

THA306.1

Children’s Theatre in Education

THA308.1

Community Theatre

 

TOTAL CREDIT UNITS

15 or less

       

Second Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Credit Unit

EDU301.2

Method Courses

2

EDU302.2

Research Method and Statistics

3

EDU304.2

Supervised Teaching Practice II

4

GES300.2

Introduction to Entrepreneurship

2

 

Any Two Below

 

THA310.2

Dramatic Theory Criticism II

3

THA311.2

Comic Spirit II

2

THA312.2

Scenography and Lighting II

3

THA317.2

Theatre Management

2

THA320.2

Women in Theatre

3

 

And One of the Following

 

THA313.2

Acting/Speech, Costumes and Make-Up

 

3

THA314.2

Directing III

THA315.2

Play Writing III

THA316.2

Children’s Theatre In Education II

 

TOTAL CREDIT UNITS

18 or less

TOTAL CREDIT UNITS FOR YEAR THREE

33

       

THEATRE ARTS (YEAR FOUR)

First Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Credit Unit

EDU400.1

Management In Education

2

EDU401.1

Test and Measurement

2

EDU402.1

Computer in Education

2

 

Any Three Below

 

THA400.1

Radio, TV and Film Media I

3

THA401.1

Theatre of the Absurd

3

THA408.1

Production Workshop

3

THA409.1

Feminist Theatre

3

 

and one of the Following

 

THA402.1

Theatre Management

 

 

 

3

THA403.1

Advanced Acting/Speech Costumes and

Make-Up

THA404.1

Advanced Directing

THA405.1

Advanced Playwriting

THA406.1

Advanced Scenography and Lighting

THA407.1

Advanced Children’s Theatre

 

TOTAL CREDIT UNITS

15

       

Second Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Credit Unit

EDU403.2

Research Project In Education

4

EDU404.2

Comparative Education

2

EDU405.2

Continuous Assessment

2

 

Any Three Below

 

THA410.2

Radio, TV and Film Media II

3

THA411.2

Nigerian Theatre and Drama

3

THA412.2

Theatre Management

2

THA416.2

Theatre Practice

3

 

TOTAL CREDIT UNIT

17 or less

TOTAL CREDIT UNITS FOR YEAR FOUR

32

GRAND TOTAL NO. OF CREDITS

138

       

FINE ARTS AND DESIGN (YEAR ONE)

First Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Credit Unit

EDU100.1

Introduction to Education

2

EDU103.1

Theory & Practice of Physical Skills & Tech. I

1

GES103.1

Nigerian People and Culture

2

GES104.1

History and Philosophy of Science

2

LAL100.1

Basic Drawing I

3

CAT100.1

Fundamental of Arts Design

3

FLL111.1

Fundamentals of French

TOTAL CREDIT UNITS

3

16

Second Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Credit Unit

EDU101.2

Instructional Technology

2

EDU103.2

Theory & Practice of Physical Skills & Tech. II

1

GES100.2

Communication Skills in English

3

GES102.2

Introduction to Logic and Philosophy

2

GES101.2

Computer Appreciation and Application

3

EST120.2

Arts Design II

3

EST121.2

Understanding Basic Photography

3

EST122.2

Basic Drawing

TOTAL CREDIT UNITS

3

20

TOTAL CREDIT UNITS FOR YEAR ONE

36

       

FINE ARTS AND DESIGN (YEAR TWO)

First Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Credit Unit

EDU200.1

Developmental Psychology

2

EDU201.1

History of Education

2

EDU202.1

Classroom Management

2

FAD201.1

Life and Still-Life Drawing

3

FAD222.1

Introduction to Painting

3

FAD244.1

Introduction to Texile

3

 

TOTAL CREDIT UNITS

15

       

Second Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Credit Unit

EDU200.2

Art of Teaching

3

EDU202.2

Sociology of Education

2

EDU2CS1.2

Community Service

1

FAD210.2

History of Art II

3

FAD213.2

Digital Art and Design

3

FAD255.2

Introduction to Ceramics

3

EDU203.2

Supervised Teaching Practice I

2

 

TOTAL CREDIT UNITS

17

TOTAL CREDIT UNITS FOR YEAR TWO

32

         

FINE ARTS AND DESIGN (YEAR THREE)

First Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Credit Unit

EDU300.1

Curriculum Development and Evaluation

2

EDU301.1

Philosophy of Education

2

EDU302.1

Psychology of Learning

3

EEDU301.1

Leadership and Supervision

2

FAD211.2

Life And Still-Life Drawing Ii

3

FAD313.1

Product Sculpture

3

FAD3014.1

Design And Materials

3

 

 

18

       

Second Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Credit Unit

EDU301.2

Method Courses

2

EDU302.2

Research Method and Statistics

3

EDU304.2

Supervised Teaching Practice II

4

GES300.2

Introduction to Entrepreneurship

2

FAD301.2

Life And Still-Life Drawing III

3

FAD311.2

Composition in Sculpture

3

FAD312.2

Figure in Sculpture

3

 

TOTAL CREDIT UNITS

20

TOTAL CREDIT UNITS FOR YEAR THREE

38

       

FINE ARTS AND DESIGN (YEAR FOUR)

First Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Credit Unit

EDU400.1

Management in Education

2

EDU401.1

Test and Measurement

2

EDU402.1

Computer in Education

2

FAD400.1

Modern African History

3

FAD401.1

Life and Still-Life Drawing IV

3

FAD404.1

Founding Practice I

3

 

TOTAL CREDIT UNITS

15

 

 

 

       

Second Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Credit Unit

EDU403.2

Research Project in Education

4

EDU404.2

Comparative Education

2

EDU405.2

Continuous Assessment

2

FAD420.2

Musuems and Curatorial Practice

3

FAD421.2

Art and Design Management

3

FAD422.2

The Artist and Society

3

 

TOTAL CREDIT UNITS

17

TOTAL CREDIT UNITS FOR YEAR FOUR

32

       

GRAND TOTAL NO. OF CREDITS                                                138

 

MUSIC EDUCATION (YEAR ONE)

First Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Credit Units

EDU 100.1

Introduction to Education

2

EDU 103.1

Theory and Practice of Physical Activity Skills & Techniques I

1

MUS 100.1

Music Fundamentals, Psychology and Appreciation

3

MUS 101.1

Fundamentals of Musical Acoustics

1

MUS 102.1

Applied Music: Principal Instrument I

1

MUS 103.1

Applied Music: Secondary Instrument I

1

MUS 104.1

Ensemble Studies I (Orchestra, Wind Band, Stage band, Choral, Jazz, Operatic Studies, African Traditional Dance, etc.)

2  Optional

LCS 100.1

Linguistics, Language and Media

3

THA 100.1

Fundamentals of Theatre Arts

3

GES 103.1

Nigerian Peoples & Culture

2

GES 104.1

History & Philosophy of Science

2

 

TOTAL CREDIT UNITS

21   (19)

Second Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Credit Units

EDU 101.2

Instructional Technology

2

EDU 102.2

Theory and Practice of Physical Activity Skills and Techniques II

1

MUS 131.2

Elementary Theory of Music

2

MUS 132.2

Applied Music: Principal Instrument II

1

MUS 133.2

Applied Music: Secondary Instrument II

1

MUS 134.2

Ensemble Studies II (Orchestra, Wind Band, Stage Band, Choral, Jazz, Operatic Studies, African Traditional Dance, etc.)

2

MUS.135.2     

 Computer Music Technology                              

1

LCS.102.2

Introduction to Phonetics & Phonology

3

EST.120.2

Introduction to the Study of Literature

3

GES.100.2

Communication Skills in English

3

GES.101.2

Computer Appreciation & Application

2

GES.102.2

Introduction to Logic & Philosophy

2

 

TOTAL CREDIT UNITS

 18 (23)

TOTAL CREDIT UNITS FOR YEAR ONE

39

MUSIC EDUCATION (YEAR TWO)

First Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Credit Units

EDU. 200.1

Developmental Psychology

2

EDU. 201.1

History of  Education

2

EDU. 202.1

Classroom Management

2

MUS.  200.1

History of Western Music: Medieval to 1750

2

MUS. 201.1

Intermediate Theory of Music, Harmony and Analysis

2

MUS. 202.1

Applied Music: Principal Instrument III

1

MUS. 203.1

Applied Music: Secondary Instrument III

1

MUS. 204.1

Ensemble Studies III (Orchestra, Wind Band, Stage Band, Choral, Jazz, Operatic Studies, African Traditional Dance, etc.)

2

MUS. 205.1

Aural Training and Functional Keyboard I

1

MUS. 206.1

Nigerian Art Music

2 Optional

MUS. 207.1

Introduction to Music Composition

1

MUS. 208.1

African Music and Culture

1

MUS. 209.1

Introduction to Music/Arts Business Administration

1

MUS. 210.1

Foundations of Music Education

1

 

TOTAL CREDIT UNITS

15  (19)

Second Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Credit Units

EDU. 200.2

Art of Teaching

3

EDU. 202.2

Sociology of Education

2

EDU. 204.2

Supervised Teaching Practice I

2

MUS.  230.2

History of Western Music: Classical to Late Romantic Period

2

MUS. 231.1

Music Broadcasting and Journalism

1 Optional

MUS. 232.2

Applied Music: Principal Instrument IV

1

MUS. 233.2

Applied Music: Secondary Instrument IV

1

MUS. 234.2

Ensemble Studies IV (Orchestra, Wind Band, Stage Band, Choral, Jazz, Operatic Studies, African Traditional Dance, etc.)

2

MUS. 235.2

Aural Training and Functional Keyboard II

1

MUS. 236.2

Modal and Tonal Counterpoint

2

MUS. 237.2

Electronic Audio Processing Techniques I

1 Optional

MUS. 238.2

Conducting Fundamentals

1

MUS. 239.2

Church Music and Administration

1

MUS. 240.2

Introduction to Music Therapy

1

MUS. 241.2

Community Music Programme Studies

1

EDU 2CS1.2

Community Service

1

 

TOTAL CREDIT UNITS

16  (21)

TOTAL CREDIT UNITS FOR YEAR TWO

     31

MUSIC EDUCATION (YEAR THREE)

(Students are expected to select their areas of specialization and choose appropriate courses and option as guided by their staff advisors.)

First Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Credit Units

EDU. 300.1

Curriculum Development & Evaluation

2

EDU. 301.1

Philosophy of Education

2

EDU. 303.1

Supervision and Leadership Behavior  in Education

2

MUS. 300.1

History of Western Music: 20th Century

2

MUS. 301.1

Advanced Theory of  Music, Harmony and Analysis I

2

MUS.  302.1

Applied Music: Principal  Instrument V

2

MUS. 303.1

Applied Music: Secondary Instrument V

1

MUS. 304.1

Ensemble Studies V (Orchestra, Wind Band, Stage Band, Choral, Jazz, Operatic Studies, African Traditional Dance, etc.)

2

MUS. 305.1

Song-Writing and Arrangement

1 Optional

MUS. 306.1

Techniques of Orchestration

1

GES. 300.1

Introduction to Entrepreneurship

2

 

TOTAL

17  (22)

 

PLUS 2 (two) courses from specialization option           4

                                                             TOTAL                  17  (22)

 

SPECIALIZATION OPTIONS

Composition and Theory

MUS. 307.1     Composition I                                                     2

MUS. 308.1     Counterpoint and Fugue                                   2

Music Education

MUS. 309.1     Music Education: Curriculum and                 

           Methodology                                                    2

MUS. 310.1     Music in Special Education                              2

African Music

MUS. 311.1     Philosophy of African Music                             2

MUS. 312.1     African Popular Music                                      2

Music / Arts Business Administration and Events

Management 

MUS. 313.1     Principles and Practices in Music and

Arts Industries                                                 2

MUS. 314.1     Music and Film Industry                                    2

Music Therapy

MUS. 310.1     Music in Special Education                              2

MUS. 315.1     Music Therapy: Principles & Practice              2

Sound Recording Engineering and Multimedia

MUS. 314.1           Music and Film Industry                            2

MUS. 316.1           Electronic Audio Processing Techniques II       2

Musical Instrument Technology

MUS. 317.1          Materials and Science of Musical Instrument Construction    2

MUS. 318.1          Workshop Practices and Procedures         2

 

Performance (Conducting)

MUS. 321.1          Vocal/Instrumental Techniques I             2

MUS. 322.1          Chamber Music Ensembles:

Performance Practices                                                       2

Church Music

MUS. 320.1           Choral Conducting Techniques             2

MUS. 323.1           History of Church Music in Nigeria        2             

Second Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Credit Units

EDU. 301.2

Methods Courses

2

EDU. 303.2

Research methods and Statistics

3

EDU. 304.2

Supervised Teaching Practice II

4

MUS. 332.2

Applied Music: Principal  Instrument VI

2

MUS. 333.2

Applied Music: Secondary Instrument VI

1

MUS.  334.2

Ensemble Studies VI (Orchestra, Wind Band, Stage Band, Choral, Jazz, Operatic Studies, African Traditional Dance, etc.)

2

MUS. 335.2

Contemporary Music Style Performance Practices

1

MUS. 336.2

Research Methodology

2 Optional

MUS. 337.2

African Music

    1

MUS. 338.2

Internship

2 Optional

 

Plus 2 (two) courses from specialization option                    6

                           TOTAL                                                       17

SPECIALIZATION OPTIONS

Composition and Theory

MUS. 339.2     Composition II                                                 2

MUS. 340.2     Digital Studio Composition                             2

MUS. 341.2     Advanced Orchestration                                2

Music Education

MUS. 342.2     Composing for Schools                                  2

MUS. 343.2     Contemporary Methods in Music

           Pedagogy                                                      2

MUS. 344.2     Ensemble Management and

           Concert Planning                                           2

African Music

MUS. 345.2     Music and Dance in African Traditional

           Worship                                                         2

MUS. 346.2     Theory of African Musical Instruments           2

MUS. 347.2     Masquerades and Theatre in African

           Music Festival                                                2

Music/Arts Business Administration and Events

Management

MUS. 344.2       Ensemble Management and Concert

Planning                                                                    2

 MUS. 348.2      Arts and Events Management                      2

MUS.349.2        Personnel and resources Management

              in Music Industry                                         2

Music Therapy

MUS. 350.2       Music Therapy: Clinical Skills and                3

             Practicum

 MUS. 351.2      Music Therapy and Speech – Language

             Pathology                                                      1

MUS. 352.2       Multidimensional Programmes of

                         Music Therapy                                               2

Sound Recording Engineering and Multimedia

MUS. 340.2     Digital Studio Composition                               2

MUS. 353.2     Advanced Multimedia Development                 2

MUS. 354.2     Audio /Video Practicum                                    2

Musical Instrument Technology

MUS. 346.2     Theory of African Musical Instruments             2

MUS. 355.2     Processes and Techniques of

            Musical Instrument Construction                     2

MUS. 356.2     Musical Instrument Maintenance                      2

           Techniques

Performance (Conducting)

MUS. 344.2     Ensemble Management and Concert    

           Planning                                                           2

MUS. 357.2     Instrumental Conducting Techniques                2

MUS. 358.3     Performance Practices, Techniques and 

Repertoire: Baroque to the Present                2

Performance (Voice/Instrument)

MUS. 358.2     Performance Practices, Techniques and

                        Repertoire: Baroque to the Present                 2

MUS. 359.2     Large Music Ensemble and

                        Performance Practices                                     2

MUS. 360.2      Vocal/Instrumental techniques II                       2

Church Music           

MUS. 344.2     Ensemble Management and Concert

           Planning                                                           2

MUS.  361.2    Music in Worship and Evangelism                    2

MUS.  362.2    Church Music Performance Practices

            in Nigeria                                                         2

 

TOTAL CREDIT UNITS FOR YEAR THREE

        

         34 (39)

MUSIC EDUCATION (YEAR FOUR)

First Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Credit Units

EDU. 400.1

Management in Education

2

EDU. 401.1

Test and Measurement

2

EDU. 402.1

Computer Education

2

MUS. 400.1

Music of World Culture

1

MUS. 401.1

Advance Theory  of Music, Harmony and Analysis II

2

MUS. 402.1

Applied Music: Principal Instrument VII

2

MUS. 403.1

Applied Music: Secondary Instrument VII

1

MUS. 404.1

Ensemble Studies VII (Orchestra, Wind

Band, Stage Band, Choral, Jazz, Operatic Studies, African Traditional, etc.) 

2

MUS.  405.1

Seminar on Stress Area

2

GES.   400.1

Entrepreneurship Project

2

PLUS 2 (two)

Courses from specialization option

4

 

               TOTAL

16 (22)

SPECIALIZTION OPTIONS

Composition and Theory

MUS. 406.1       Advance  Analytical  Methods

                          Modern Music                                              2

MUS. 407.1       Composition III                                              2

Music Education                               

 MUS. 408.1      Elementary Music Education

                         and Special Needs                                        2

MUS. 409.1       Ethics & Issues in Music Education in

                         Nigeria                                                           2

African Music

MUS. 410.1       African Music: Transcription and Analysis     2

MUS. 411.1       Field Research in African Music Cultures      2

Music/Art Business Administration and Events Management

MUS. 412.1       Ethics, Publishing, Copyright and Royalty     2

MUS.  413.1      Radio/TV Production                                     2

Music Therapy

MUS. 414.1       Professional Ethics Therapy Practice            2

MUS. 415.1       Technology for Music Therapists                   2

Sound Recording Engineering and Multimedia

MUS. 413.1       Radio/TV Production                                      2

MUS. 416.1       Music studio design and Maintenance            2

Musical Instrument Technology

MUS. 417.2     Design and Development of Musical

           Instruments                                                       2

MUS. 418. 1    Musical Instrument Construction

           Practicum I                                                        2

Performance (Conducting)

MUS. 419.1     Advanced Conducting Techniques I                  2

MUS. 420.1     Conducting Practicum                                       2

Performance (Voice/Instrument)

MUS. 421.1     Performance Practical Techniques:

            Interpretation and Selection                             2

MUS. 422.1     Accompanying Techniques

           (Keyboard/Piano, Orchestra, etc.)                     2

Church  Music

MUS. 423.1     Christian Hymnody and Hymnology                    2

MUS. 424.1     Philosophy and Aesthetics in

           Church Music                                                      2

Second Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Credit Units

EDU. 401.2

Research Project in Education

4

EDU. 404.2

Comparative Education

2

EDU. 405.2

Continuous Assessment

2

MUS. 432.2

Applied Music: Principal Instrument VIII

2

MUS. 433.2

Applied Music: Secondary Instrument VIII

1

MUS. 434.2

Ensemble Studies VIII (Orchestra, Wind Band, Stage Band, Choral, Jazz, Operatic Studies, African Traditional, etc.) 

2

MUS. 435.2

Philosophy of Music: Criticism and Musical Scholarship

1

PLUS   2 (two) courses from specialization option              4

                                                             TOTAL               16  (18)

SPECIALIZTION OPTIONS

Composition and Theory

MUS. 437.2     Contemporary Theory in Composition          2

MUS. 438.2     Composition IV                                              2

Music Education

MUS. 439.2     Media and Technological Tools in Music Education    2

MUS. 440.2     Administration and Supervision in Music Education    2

African Music

MUS. 441.2     Contemporary Theory in African Music        2

MUS. 442.2     Sociology of African Music                           2

Music/Arts Business Administration and Events Management

MUS. 443.2     Contemporary Music Production: Contract

                        and Negotiation                                            2

MUS. 444.2      Audio Post-Production and Final Cut           2

Music Therapy

MUS. 445.2     Theories, Techniques and Counselling

            in Group Dynamics in Music Therapy           2

MUS. 446.2     Developing Music Therapy

           Programme in Nigeria                                    2

Sound Recording Engineering and Multimedia                

MUS. 444.2     Audio Post-Production and Final Cut            2

MUS. 447.2     Sound Reinforcement/

            Enhancement System Optimization               2

Musical Instrument Technology

MUS. 448.2      Electronic Musical Equipment

                         Maintenance Techniques                              2

MUS. 449.2       Musical Instrument  Construction

             Practicum II                                                     2

Performance (Conducting)

MUS. 450.2     Advance Performance Practical

           Techniques                                                       2

MUS. 451.2     Advanced Conducting Techniques II                 2

Performance (Voice/Instrument)

MUS. 450.2     Advanced Performance Practical

           Techniques                                                       2

MUS. 452.2     Vocal/Instrumental Techniques III                      2

Church Music

MUS. 453.2     New Hymns and Tunes

MUS. 454.2     Contemporary Issues in Church Music             2

 

TOTAL CREDIT UNITS FOR YEAR FOUR

 

      32 (40)

Departmental Responsibilities

1.             Chairman Departmental Graduate Board Committee            

2.             Academic Advisers:

                Year I                     Dr Lucky Nziadam                           2015/2016

                Year II                    Dr. D. O. Nwaokugha                      2014/2015

                Year III                   Dr. (Mrs.) N. E. Kalu                        2013/2014

                Year IV                  Dr. Ben. N. Nyewusira                      2012/2013

                Year V                   Dr (Mrs) C.I. Harry                           2011/2012

                Year VI                   Mr Obitor Ogeh                               2010/2011

                Year VII                  Mr Obitor Ogeh                                2009/2010

                Year VIII                Dr Bright Okanezi                            2008/2009

 

Academic Staff of English Language Education Programme

S/NO

NAME

QUALIFICATION

FIELD OF SPECIALIZATION

DESIGNATION

1.

Okeke, E. C (Mrs.)

B.Sc. (Nigeria), MMphil., Ph.D (UPH)

Population Geography and Sociology of Education

Professor

2.

Okorosaye-Orubite, A. K.

B.Ed (Sc. Chem) (Uniben, M.Ed., Ph.D (UPH)

History and Policy of Education, Comparative Education

Professor

3.

Aminigo, I. M

B.A. Ed, M.Ed., PhD

Language Literary Studies and Philosophy of Education

Professor

4.

Nwanna-Nzewunwa, O.P. (Mrs)

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

Vocational Education and Sociology of Education

Professor

5.

Dienye V.U. (Mrs)

B.A. Ed, M. Ed., Ph.D (UPH)

Sociology of Education

Professor

6.

Okoli, N. J. (Mrs)

B.Ed, M. Ed (Ife), Ph.D (UPH)

History of Education and Higher Education

Associate Professor

7.

Osaat, S.D.

B.SC Ed. M.Ed. Ph.D (UPH)

Philosophy of Education

Senior Lecturer and Acting Head (HOD)

8

Odigie, V. O. (Mrs)

Dip. M.Ed., M.Ed. (Uni of Sofia), Ph.D (UPH)

Childhood Pedagogy Philosophy of Education

Senior Lecturer

9.

Ogbondah, L.

NCE, BA Ed., M. Ed, Ph.D(UNICAL), Ph.D (UPH)

History and Policy of Education

Senior Lecturer

Adjunct

10.

Amaele, S.

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

Philosophy of Education

Senior Lecturer

Adjunct

11.

Kalu, E. (Mrs)

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

Sociology of

Education

Senior Lecturer

12.

Nwaokugha, D. O.

B.Ed., M.Ed., PhD

Sociology of Education

Senior Lecturer

13.

Abdulrahman Y.M.

Dip. (Ed), U.I.; B.Sc.(Ed), Ilorin; M.Ed (U.I.), Ph.D (UPH)

History and Policy of Education, Comparative Education 

Senior Lecturer

14.

Oyido, J.A.

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

Sociology of Education

Senior Lecturer

15.

Harry, Tina (Mrs)

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

History and Policy of Education, Comparative Education

Lecturer I

16.

Okanezi, Bright

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

Sociology of Education

Lecturer I

17.

Nziadam, Lucky

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

Philosophy of Education

Lecturer II

18.

Benjamin Nyewusira

B.Ed., M.Ed.

Ph.D (UPH)

History of Education

Lecturer II

19.

Ogeh, O. W. M.

B.Ed, M. Ed. (UPH)

History of Education

Asst. Lecturer

 

 

 

 

 

20.

 

Nneka Umera-Okeke

BA Benin

MA, Ph.D.

NAU

ESP

Sociolinguistics

Senior

Lecturer

21.

Augustine Nwanyanwu

 

BA, Calabar

MA, Ph.D.

UPH

Stylistics

African Literature

 

Senior

Lecturer

 

22

 

 

 

Psalms Chinaka

BA Abia

MA Uyo

Ph.D. Abia

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

Senior

Lecturer

 

23.

 

Stephen Anurudu

BA, MA, Ph.D Ibadan

Syntax,

Morphology, General

Linguistics

Lecturer I

24.

Tambari Dick

B. Ed, MA,

PGDE, Ph.D. UPH

African Literature,

Fiction,

Poetry

Lecturer I

25.

Obari Gomba

BA Nigeria MA, Ph.D. UPH

 

Poetry,

Creative Writing,

African Literature

Lecturer I

26.

Obobolo, Vincent

 

BA, MA Ekpoma Ph.D. UPH

Linguistics

Lecturer I

27.

Oyeh Oko Otu

BA, MA Calabar

Ph.D. UPH

Drama,

African Literature

Lecturer I

28.

Omeh Obasi Ngwoke

BA, MA,

Ph.D. UPH

African Literature,

Drama, Oral Literature

Lecturer I

29.

 

St. Remy Perpetual Asiegbu

B. Ed IMSU

MA, Ph.D. UPH

Drama

Creative Writing

Lecturer I

30.

Anthony Onu

BA, MA,  UPH

Literature

 

Lecturer I

                                                                                              

STAFF OF OTHER DEPARTMENTS

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

Name

Qualification

Fields of Specialisation/

Research Interest

Designation

  1.  

E. J. Alagoa FHSN

B.A. Lond. Ph.D. Wis

 

Oral Historiography;

African Studies;

African Philosophy of History

Professor

Emeritus

  1.  

A. A. Derefaka

B.A. Lagos

MA Indiana

Ph.D. UPH

African Archaeology;

Early African History;

Culture Resource Management

Professor

  1.  

B. B. B. Naanen

B.A.

MA; Ph.D. Dalhousie

Economic History; International Economic Relations

Professor

  1.  

Adaye Orugbani

B.A. Ibadan;

MA; Ph.D. B’ham

African Contemporary Political Economy;

International Relations

Professor

  1.  

J. H. Enemugwem

BA; M.A.; Ph.D. UPH

Historiography; 

Political History

 Professor

  1.  

Sylvester M. Eka

 

 

Senior Lecturer

  1.  

Atei. M. Okorobia

B.A.; M.A.;

Ph.D. UPH

Environmental and Development Studies;

African and Commonwealth History; Afro-American History

Senior Lecturer    & Ag. Head of Department

  1.  

Otoabasi Akpan

 

 

Senior Lecturer

  1.  

E.M. Gbenenye

B.A.; M.A.; Ph.D. UPH

European History;

Diplomatic Studies

Senior Lecturer *

  1.  

S. I. Okoroafor

B.A.; UPH

M.A. Ibadan; Ph.D. UPH

Early African History;

African Archaeology

Senior Lecturer*

  1.  

C. O. Asuk      

B.A.;

M.A., Ph.D. UPH;

International History;

African History

Senior Lecturer*

  1.  

 Prisca A. Gobo

 

 

Senior Lecturer

  1.  

M.U. Ekpootu

 

 

 Lecturer*

  1.  

E. C. Assor

B.A.; M.A.; UPH

African History;

Economic History

Lecturer I*

  1.  

Charles C. Mene

B.A.; UPH

M.A.; Ibadan

PGD (Journ) NIJ, Lagos

African History;         

International Affairs and Diplomacy

Lecturer I*

  1.  

Nnwobunwene SCF

B.A.;

M. Sc. UPH

International Relations;

Diplomacy

Lecturer I*

  1.  

Kialee Nyiayaana

B. Sc.;

M. Sc.

UPH

 

International Relations;

Political History;

Peace and Conflict Study

Lecturer I*

  1.  

Dr. Solomon G. Ibulubo  

Ph.D

 

Contract*

  1.  

Mr. Mbadiwe Jeremiah

B.A.;

M.A. UPH

African History;

Economic History

Assistant Lecturer*

  1.  

Mr. Kio J. Tams

 

 

Assistant Lecture

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*

List of Academic Staff of Fine Arts and Design

 S/N

Name of staff

Qualification

Specialization

Designation

1

Professor Agberia, John T.

BA, Benin

MA, Ibadan

PhD, UPH

Ceramics,

Design History/Art

History, Symbolism

& Iconography

Professor

 & Head of Department

 

2

Prof. M.J. Emeji

B.FA(New York)

MSc(New York)

PhD (Florida)

Graphics/

Art History

Professor

3

Prof. Chukueggu, C.C.

 

BA, Ife

MA, Ibadan

PhD, UPH

Art History/

Textile Design

Professor

4

 Prof. Ugiomoh, Frank O.A.

BA, Benin

MA, Ibadan

MA,Ph.D UPH

Aesthetics/

Criticism

Art History/

Sculpture.

Professor

5

Prof.  Enenajor, Marshall.

HND., Auchi

BEd., M.Ed.,

Toledo

PhD. UPH

Graphic Design/

Art Edu./ Voc. Edu.

Educational Technology.

Professor

6

 

 

Prof.(Mrs.)Nwanze, B.O.N.

BA, Ife

PGDE, UPH

MFA, Benin

PhD.  Ibadan

Painting/

Art History

Professor

7

Mr. Ohene-Boi, Isaac

BA,  Kumasi

MA, California

Graphic Design/

Communication.

Senior

Lecturer

8

Dr. Inyang, Etiido E.

 

BA, ABU

MFA, UYO

Ph.D Uniport

Graphic Design &

Comm.

Senior

Lecturer

9

Mr. Okinedo Andrew H.I

B.A ABU

MFA UYO

Painting

Drawing

Senior

Lecturer

10

Dr. Asante, Henry

BA, Kumasi

MFA., ABU

PhD., UPH

Sculpture/

Theory of Art.

Senior

Lecturer

11

Dr. Mrs. Cyril-Egware, P.I

BA Ind. Des., Zaria MFA (UNN),

PhD. UPH

Textile Design and

 Fashion

Senior

Lecturer

12

Ms Okogwu, Antonia

BA, UNN

MA, Zaria

Sculpture

Senior

Lecturer

13

Dr. Ubogu, Nics O.

BA,

MFA, Benin

Painting

 Senior

Lecturer

14

Dr. Peters, Edem  E

BA, UniUYO

MFA.,PhD,

UNN,

Ceramic Design/

Art Education.

Senior

Lecturer

15.

Mr. Umoh, John  J.

BA, UniUYO.

MFA, UNN.

Ceramic

Design

Senior

Lecturer

 

Mr. Efajemue, O. I

HND, Auchi, PGDE, UPH, MEd; UST, MFA, PhD, Abraka

Textile Design

Senior

Lecturer

17.

Mrs. Ajiginni, M.I.O

HND, Auchi, PGDE, UPH, MFA, PhD, Abraka

Textile Design

Lecturer I

18

Mrs. Wogu, Elizabeth

BA, UPH

MFA, UNN

Textile Design

Lecturer 1

19

Mr Oparaocha, Chile A.

BA, ABU, MFA, UniUYO

Sculpture

Lecturer 1

20

Dr. Onwuakpa, Samuel

BA,UPH MA, Ife, PhD  Ibadan

Painting/ Art

History

Lecturer 1

21

Mr. Okoronkwo, I. F.

BA (UPH)

MFA(UNN)

Painting

Lecturer I

22

Mr. Oyedare, Olumuyiwa A

BA, Benin

MA, Ibadan

Fine Art/

Sculpture

Lecturer II

23

Miss. Amanda Okowa

BA, UPH

Painting

Assistant

Lecturer

List of Academic Staff of Linguistics

Name/Qualifications

Area of Specialization

Designation

Emenanajo. E.N. BA, MA. PhD Ibadan

Syntax, Language Engineering, Language  Teaching & Learning. Lexicography, Editing & Publishing. Igboid studies 

 

Professor

Yul-Ifode, S (Mrs.) BA, MA, PhD Ibadan

General Phonetics/Phonology, Applied Linguistics (Communication disorders, clinical supervison), Diatectology, Edoid, Ikwere

Professor

Ejele, P.E. (Mrs.) BA Ife, PGDL, MA PhD London

Syntax, Semantics, English Grammar, Pragmatics, Human Communication & Stylistic analysis  of texts (literary and media), Ediod (esp. Esan)

Professor

Ndimele, O-M. BA, MA, PhD UPH

Syntax, Semantics, Pragmatics,  English Grammar, Igboid Communication Studies, Editing & Book publishing 

Professor

Jenewari, C.E.W. BA PhD Ibadan

Syntax, Semantics, Applied  Linguistics, English Grammar, Kalabari 

Senior Lecturer

Omego, C.U. (Mrs.) BA, MA, PhD, PGDE, PGDC UPH

Semantics, Morophology, Creole Studies, Igbo, Development Communication, Lexicography, Publishing Gender  Studies

Senior  Lecturer

 Rev.  Fr. Ihejirika, W.C. BA, MA, Med, PhD,  Rome

 Communication Theory; Development communication ; New Information and communication Technologies ; Media, Religion and Culture

Senior Lecturer

Onumajuru, V.C. (Mrs.) BA, MA France ; PhD UPH

Phonetics/Phonology, Morphonlogy, Igbo, French

Senior Lecturer

Kari, E.E. BA, MA UPH PhD Tokyo

General Linguistics , Morphology, Syntax, English Grammar, Degema. Digital Communication 

Senior Lecturer

Udoudo, A.J. BA, MA, PhD Uyo

Public Relations,  Adertising, Print Journalism

Senior Lecturer

Isaac, B.H. BA, MA, PhD UPH

Linguistics & theory of Communication/Morphology, Syntax : English Grammar, Applied linguistics, Gokana 

Senior Lecturer

Alerechi, R.I.C (Mrs.) BA, MA , PGDE, PhD UPH

General Phonetics & Phonology, Dialectology, Historical Linguistics, Ikwere

Senior Lecturer

Ochonogor, C.I. BA, MA UNN, PhD UPH

Mass communication (Development communication, Corporate  communication)

Senior Lecturer

Oweleke, E.N (Mrs.) BA, Unical PDGE MA PhD UPH

Morphology, Semantics, Lexicography, Igbo

Senior Lecturer

Ohiagu O.P (Mrs.) BA UNN MSc Unilag PhD UPH

New Media Studies and Strategic/Corporate Comunication (digital communication application) 

Senior  Lecturer

Ayuwo J.G. I. BA UPH MA Ibadan PhD UPH

Kiswahili, Sociolinguistics, Applied Linguistics, Ethnography of communication, Obolo, Creoles Studies

Lecturer 1

Sado. A.A.

BA, PGDPR, Msc UNN.

PhD UPH

Public Relations, Advertising, Development Communication

 

Lecturer I

 

Agbo B.0

BA. MA

 

Public relations and advertising

 

Lecturer I

 

Rev Fr Orlu-Orlu

H. PGDE RUST. SD.

MARome. MEd. PhD

UPH.

 

Broadcast Journalism. Radio/TV Production

 

Lecturer I

 

 Mbazie S.C. J

BA, MA. UNN. PhD

UPH

Mass Communication, Advertising

Lecturer I

 

 Nwachukwu F.G

BA. MA PhD Uyo

General Communication, Public

Relations. Advertising, Linguistics Communication Studies Interface

 

Lecturer I

 

Obikudo. F F BA, MA. PhD UPH

General Linguistics

Lecturer I

 

 lroham. BC HND  Oko. MBA Owerri PGDC UPH

Mass Communication, Advertising & Public Relations, Development Communication

 

Lecturer I

 

Usua. N.J.

BA Calabar. PGD NIJ

Lagos,  MA Abuja PhD UPH

Broadcast Journalism. Radio/TV/Film Production

 

Lecturer I

 

Asak, MO.

Dip. FRCN. BSc. MSc

Unilag

Broadcasting, Advertising & Public Relations

Lecturer I

 

Asadu. CA.

BA, MA UNN

Development Communication, Public Relations & Advocacy

Lecturer I

 

Kasarachi. Innocent

BA Mass Corn. UNN

MA Com. Studies UPH

Communication Theory,

 

Lecturer I

 

Eze. Eucharia

NCE Ehamufu. BA Ed,

MA. PhD UNN

Literature and Stylistics

 

Lecturer I

 

Osuagwu, Eunice (Mrs.) BA, MA, Linguistics, UPH

Syntax, Morphology

Lecturer II

 

Osuaggwu, Titilayo BA, Drama, ABU, PGD, MA Com. Studies UPH

Development Communication,  interface in Linguistics and communication

Lecturer II

 

Ejeba, Salem O BA Eng, ABU, MA linguistics UPH

General Linguistics, Igala

Lecturer II

 

Otunyo, Konye C. BA, MA LCS, UPH

 General  Linguistics ; Development Communication

Lecturer II

 

Ire, ES (Mrs.) BA, MA, MA UNN

Mass communication, Phonetics & Phonology, Linguistics in the media

Assistant lecturer

Ogbu, J BA, MA UPH

General Linguistics, Eleme

Assistant lecturer

Adekola, A.F. BA, MA UPH

General Linguistics, communication Dtudies

Assistant lecturer

Joshua, Samuel

F. BA, UPH

General Linguistics interface in Linguistics and Communication Studies

Assistant

Lecturer

37. Mrs. Edith J.

Mass Communication Studies

Assistant Lecturer

Adjunct lecturers

37. Nwigwe, B. BA, MA, PhD Germany

Philosophy of Language

Professor

38. Shaka, F.O. BA, MA, PhD, UK 

Film Studies

Professor

39. Akakuru, I.

French, Lexicography and Translation

Professor

40. Okon, B.G. BA, MA, UNN Ph.d Uyo

Development Communication, Public Relations & Advocacy

Senior lecturer

41. Ogwumike, C BA UPH, MA UNN

Broadcast journalism

Assistant lecturer

List of Academic Staff of Music

Names

Qualifications

Designation

Areas Of Specialization

Onyee N. Nwankpa

B.A (Nig.), M.A (Lag.), M.MuS., Ph.D. (Calgary), D.MUS, DIP.MUS.ED., GDFA, SOCAN, IAMM

Professor

 

Composition and Theory, Conducting, Music Therapy, Contemporary Music.

Laz N. Ekwueme

B.Mus. (Dunelm), M.Mus, (Royal College of Music, London), M.A., Ph.D. (Yale), ARCM, LRAM, LGSM, FTCL

Professor Emeritus (Contract)

Musicology, Composition and Theory, Conducting, Performance, Voice

Kwabena J. Nketia

Ph.D. (UCLA)

Visiting Professor

African Musicology, Theory

Achinivu K. Achinivu

B.A (Nig.), M.A. (TUBerlin), Ph.D. (FUBerlin), DIP.TH.

Occupant, Ikoli Harcourt Whyte Chair In Choral Music/Part-Time Lecturer

Comparative/Ethnomusicology, Systematic Musicology, Theory, Church Music, Choral Conducting.

Adeoluwa  A. Okunade

DIP.MUS.ED., B.A. (Nig.), M.Ed. (LASU),  M.A. (Ife), Ph.D. (Ibadan)

Senior Lecturer

Ethnomusicology,

Educational Management.

Isaac O. Ibude (Rev.)

B.Sc. (Benin), BCM, MCM (NBTS), MA (Ibadan), P.G.D.E. (Calabar), Ph.D. (Ibadan)

Lecturer I

Church Music, Ethnomusicology

Chidi S. Adiele

DIP. MUS. ED., B.A. (Nig.), M.A.(Awka), Ph.D

Lecturer II

Ethnomusicology

David Bolaji

N.C.E. (Oyo), B.A, M.A. (Abraka), Ph.D (in view)

Lecturer II

Composition, Piano

Eyituoyo G. Esimagbele.

DIP. MUS. EDU, B.A. (Nig.)

M.A. (Lag.)

Lecturer II

Theory and Composition, Piano, Trumpet

Rita E. Modeme

 B.A.Ed (Nig.), M.A. (Nig.)

Lecturer II

Methodology in Music Education (Theory), Management/Supervision in Music Education.

Rita A. Sunday-Kanu

B.A. (Nig.), M.A. (Lincoln)

Lecturer II

Ethnomusicology,

Music Media and Culture.

Precious A. Omuku.

B.ED (Ibadan), M.A. (Awka),

Ph.D. (in View)

Assistant Lecturer

Performance (Voice),

Music Pedagogy

James E. Amaegbe

B.ED MUS. (Ibadan), M.A. (Awka),

Ph.D. (in View)

Assistant Lecturer

Music Pedagogy, Music Technology, Guitar

Doris Ofili

B.ED (Ibadan), M.A. (Awka),

Ph.D. (in View)

Assistant Lecturer

Performance (Voice),

Music Pedagogy

ALFRED G. ALBERT

B.ED (Ibadan), M.A. (Awka),

 Ph.D. (in View)

Assistant Lecturer

Theory and Composition, Piano

Peter Amoyedo

N.C.E (Okene), B.A. (Nig.),

M.A. (in View)

Graduate Assistant

Performance (Woodwind), Music Pedagogy

Nturem Masaikek

B.ED (Ibadan), M.A. (in View)

Graduate Assistant

Performance (Voice),

Music Pedagogy

Samuel C. Nnodim

DIP.MUS. ED., B.A. (Nig.),

M.A. (in View)

Graduate Assistant

Woodwind, Piano, Theory and Composition

Maureen Simeon

B.SC (Rivers), PGD (in View)

Graduate Assistant

Music Business Administration and Events Management

Jeremiah S. Abu

B.ED (Ibadan)

Graduate Assistant

Theory and Composition, Woodwind

List of Academic Staff of Theatre Arts

S/NO.

Name of Staff

Rank

Qualifications

Area of Specialization

  1.  

Prof. Bell-Gam H. L.

Professor

Ph.D.

Theatre Arts (Directing, Playwriting, African Theatre, Theatre Administration)

  1.  

Prof. Mrs. Omoifor-Okoh J. O.

Professor

Ph.D.

Theatre/Media (Gender Studies/Playwriting, Dramatic theory and Criticism)

  1.  

Prof. Femi O. Shaka

Professor /HOD

Ph.D.

Film(Theory and Criticism, Dramatic Literature, Sociology of Drama)

  1.  

Prof. Emasealu E. C

Professor

Ph.D.

Theatre/Media (Directing, Theatre-For-Development/Community Theatre, Technical Theatre )

  1.  

Dr. Ejiofor B. A.

Senior Lecturer

Ph.D.

Theatre (Dramatic Theory & Criticism/Playwriting, Dramatic Literature, Theatre-in-Education )

  1.  

Dr. Ohiri I. C.

Senior Lecturer

Ph.D.

Theatre & Media (Management, Radio &TV Production, Theatre Administration, Community Theatre  )

  1.  

Dr. (Mrs.) Umukoro Julie

Senior Lecturer

Ph.D.

Theatre & Media (Semiotics) Acting, Technical Theatre(Costume &Makeup), Sociology of Drama 

  1.  

Dr. Krama Clive

Senior Lecturer

Ph.D.

Theatre (Sociology of drama, African Theatre, Theatre-for-Development)

  1.  

Dr. Yeseibo J. E.

Senior Lecturer

Ph.D.

Theatre ( Gender Studies, Dramatic Theory and Criticism)

  1.  

Dr. Chioma D. Ekhaeyemhe

Lecture I

Ph.D.

Film (Media Management )

  1.  

Mr. Nasiru A.

Lecturer I

M. A.

Theatre (Scenography and Lighting )

  1.  

Dr. Nwafor Friday

Lecture I

Ph.D.

Film (Theory/Practice)

  1.  

Dr. Ken-Aminikpo Faith

Lecture I

Ph.D.

Theatre in Education , Costume and Makeup, Children’s Theatre

  1.  

Dr. Innocent Uwah

Lecture I

Ph.D

Film (Theory and Criticism )

  1.  

Dr. Dede Samuel

Lecturer  II

Ph.D

Film ( Acting, Production and Criticism

  1.  

Dr. Imo Edward Egbo

Lecturer II

Ph.D

Theatre (Dramatic Theory/Criticism, Dramatic Literature)

  1.  

Mr. Gyapong G.A. K.

Lecturer II

M. A.

Theatre (Choreography)

  1.  

Mrs. Ukwu Margaret

Lecturer II

M. A.

Film ( Gender Studies, Theory and Cricism)

  1.  

Mr. Adikiba Boyle

Lecturer II

M. A.

Theatre/Media (Stage Craft/Effects, Movement and Choreography )

  1.  

Miss Asiebgu Nkechi

Lecturer II

M. A.

Film (Semiotics) Costume and Makeup

  1.  

Dr. Mrs God’spresence Emily Oghale

Lecturer II

Ph.D

Film (Gender studies, Theory and Criticism)

  1.  

Dr. Onu Chika

Lecturer II

Ph.D

Film (Directing)

  1.  

Mr. Ikiroma-Owiye S.

Lecturer II

M. A.

Theatre(African Traditional  Theatre

  1.  

Mr. Usen Ime

Lecturer II

M. A.

Film (Radio& TV Production)

  1.  

Mr. Njoku Kenneth

Lecturer II

M. A.

Theatre (Technical Theatre)

  1.  

Mr. Nwachukwu Emmanue Dike

Lecturer II

M. A.

Theatre/Film (Make-up/effects)

  1.  

Mr. Irisoanga C. S.

Lecturer II

M.Ed.

Theatre/Film (Acting/Choreography)

  1.  

Mr. Fyneface Idaerefaka H.

Lecturer II

M. A.

Film (Production management and practice )

  1.  

Mr. Ihunwo Ovunda

Lecturer II

M. A.

Theatre/Film (Acting,)

  1.  

Mr. Anyanwu Remigius A.

Asst. Lecturer

M. A.

Theatre (Theatre Administration/ Management

  1.  

Mr. Ofora Emeka P.

Asst. Lecturer

M. A.

Theatre (Technical Theatre)

  1.  

Mrs. Adichie Chidi-Ukagu

Asst. Lecturer

M. A.

Theatre (Theatre in Education)

  1.  

Mr. Ohia Chizenum George

Asst. Lecturer

M. A.

Theatre (Sociology  of Drama)

  1.  

Mr. Azunwo Eziwho Emenike

Asst. Lecturer

M. A.

Theatre (Play writing)

  1.  

Mr. Edum Sunday

Asst. Lecturer

M. A.

Theatre  (Directing, Dramatic/Theatre Theory and Criticism

  1.  

Mr. Mark Gasper Tekena

Asst. Lecturer

B. A.

Theatre (Directing)

  1.  

Mr. Patrick Agha

Asst. Lecturer

M.A.

Theatrical Design/Film Documentary

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