There are no Engineering and Technology courses at the 100 level, Students at
this level take prescribed courses at the Faculty of Science The prescribed
courses are: BlO 101, BlO 103, CHM 101, CHM 191, FAAIOI, GNS 101, MIII
101, PHY 101, PHY 103, LIB 101 ,BlO 104, CHM 102, CHM 192, CSE 100.
GNSIO2, GNS 110, Mill 102, PHY 102.and PHY 104
MGA 201 - PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING I (2 1 0)— 3 UNITS
Purpose and functions of documents of original entry invoice, debit notes,
credit notes, cheques bills, etc. Principles of Double Entry. Cash book:-
Columnar Cash Book, Analytical Petty Cash Book and Imprest Account. Bank
Reconciliation Statement. Ledger Accounts: Personal and Impersonal
Account, Real and Norminal Accounts. Extraction and Use of Trial Balance.
Location and Treatment of Errors in the Trial Balance. Ledger Controls
Accounts. Final Accounts Trading. Profit and Loss Account, Balance Sheet.
MGA 202 - PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING 11(2 1 0) - 3 UNITS
Accounting procedure and systems; revision of double entry book-keeping accounting system, the trial balance, accruals, prepayments and adjustment, classification of expenditure between capital and revenue. Methods of recording accounting data. manual and mechanical accounting process. Trading, profit and loss, accounts andbalance sheets of a sole trader. Accounting treatment of partners and manufacturing business.
MGA 203- PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS 1(2 0 0) -2 UNITS
Economic Problems and Economic System Introduction to Micro and Macro
Economic Theories Economic Problems and Economic System Introduction to
Micro and Macro Economic Theories Theory of Market Forces: Supply and
Demand Determination of State of Equilibrium Elasticity Theories; Types of Elasticity Theory of Market and Market Structures
MGA 204-PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS 11(2 0 0) - 2 UNITS
Perfect Competition and Monopoly
Privatization, Commercialization, Liberalization, and related policies
The Labour Market, Unemployment and Inflation Classical and Neo-Classical
History of Engineering and Technology; Importance of Technology to Society;
Safety in Engineering; Introduction to Risk Analysis; Role of the Engineer in
Nation Building; Social Implication of Technology; Technology Policy and
MGA 206 - SOCIOLOGY (2 0 0) - 2 UNITS
Social Inequality arid Social Stratification: Understanding the various forms of division that exist in day to day social relations. Nature of Social Stratification; Causes of Stratification- Inequality in society; Determinants and the Creation of Social Class. Various Theories of Stratification: Functionalist Theory, Conflict Theory, etc.
People, Diversity and. Culture in Nigeria: Examination of the Concepts of Culture and some of its elements such as Ethnicity ,Tribe, Tribalism, Class and its impact on Nigeria’s diversity and development.
Social Mobility Factors influencing Social Mobility: Causes and Types of Mobility; Mobility and Employment
MGA 207 - PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT 1 (2 1 0) - 3 UNITS
Concepts of Management, Managers’ Authority, Responsibility, Accountability and Administration. Organic Business Functions. What manager’s do in organizations. Organization systems of inputs, Transformation Processes, Output and Feedback. The Management Process. The functions performed by managers in organizations, their rationale and their limits on controlling business activities and behaviour. Setting Objectives, Planning, Organizing Resources, Controlling and Coordinating, Directing, Innovating, Motivating, Providing leadership by reducing/preventing uncertainty and making decisions.
TPM 207:SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT(2 0 0) - 2 UNITS
Supply chain strategies- Distribution in the supply chain; Procurement and manufacturing strategies; Pricing strategies; Logistical interface. Supply Chain integration- Integration creates value; Integration objectives; Enterprise integration; Domestic supply chain integration; Global supply chain integration; Supply chain information systems: Information system integration; Accessing supply chain applications; Enterprise Resource Planning system; Advanced planning and scheduling.
MGA 208- PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT 11(2 1 0)- 3 UNITS
Development of Management Theory; Formal and Informal Organizations;
Organization Structures; Motivation Theory Coordination and Span of Control;
Management by Objectives; Management by Exception; Leadership Theory.
TPM 208- SPATIAL ORGANIZATION MANAGEMENT (2 0 0) -2 UNITS
- Understanding the Basis of MAAN
- Environment Interaction
- Man-Environment Relations and Human
- Response to and Impact on Environment
- Spatial and Functional Relationship Settlement and ActMties Space
- Movements over space and transport networks
MGA 209 - MATHEMATICS FOR MANAGEMENT (2 1 0)3 UNITS
Mathematical concepts in Management Set Theory
Factors and exponents
Equation, function and progressions Inequalities
Permutations and Combinations
TPM 210-BUSINESS STATISTICS (2 1 0) -3 UNITS
Nature of Statistics: Definitions- Population and Samples; Descriptive and
Inferential Statistics, Sources, Uses and Limitations of Statistical Data in
Nigeria (particularly business and economic world). Presentation of Statistical
Data; Tabulation, Frequency Distribution, Diagrams and Charts. Measures of
Central Tendency and Dispersion. Elementary Probability Theory, Probability
Theory, Probability Distribution, Nominal, Binominal and Poison (simple
applications only). Index Number.
TPM 211 - INTRODUCTION TO INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY (2 0 0)- 2 UNITS
Technology concepts and trends underlying current and future uses of information technology (IT) in business and management. Special emphasis on networks and distributed computing. Other topics include hardware and operating systems, software and development tools and processes, relational database and security enterprise applications and electronic commerce.
MGA 212 - INTRODUCTION TO DIGITALECONOMY (2 0 0) -2 UNITS
- Definition to Digital Economy
- How Business Organization operate in Digital Economy
- Current Digital Technology Developments in the Global Economy
- Business and Technology pressures and Information Technology support
- ICT and Globalizations of Economies
- Managers Role and the need to restructure business’ operation.
TPM 215 -TRANSPORT SAFETY MEASURES (2 0 0) -2 UNITS
- Traffic principles and culture
- Traffic Education and Control (Pedestrian Education inclusive)
- Responsibilities of Parent, Teachers and Passengers
- Enforcement features of characteristics for all modes of Transport
- Traffic offence statistics
- Factors in accidents costs,
- Accidents counter measure and safety issues.
- All of the above should be relation to all modes.
TPM 215 TRANSPORT SAFETY MEASURES (2 0 0) -2 UNITS
- Traffic principles and culture
- Traffic Education and Control (Pedestrian Education, Inclusive)
- Defensive Driving principles and practices Responsibilities of Parent, teachers and Passengers Enforcement features of characteristics for all modes of Transport
- Traffic offence statistics
- Factors in accidents costs.
- Accidents counter measure and safety issues
- All the above should be relation to all modes.
GNS 202- LOGIC AND PHILOSOPHY(2 0 0) -2 UNITS GNS 207 - SCIENCE IN HISTORY - BlO HISTORICAL APPROACH (2 0 0) -2 UNITS CSE 202- COMPUTER FUNDAMENTALS (2 0 0)- 2 UNITS
- Design of algorithms: more problems (than in CSE 100) should be solved. Data processing modes; time-sharing. multi-user. real-time. process control, batch processing. computer networks. Internet. Viruses: types. causes and prevention:
CSE 204- INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER APPLICATION (2 0 0)- UNITS
- (a) System analysis and design concepts. Standard Software, Engineering documentation of programs. Linked list and pointer structure.
(b) Laboratory problems: Each student picks on two professional problems relevant to one of Architecture, Agriculture, Science or Engineering and submits well-documented computer solutions to the problems. May be examined by a written or oral examination. Pascal Language should be used, emphasis should be record and file structures.
(b) YEAR 3
TPM 301: Transport Geography (2,1,0)
Transport and Economic geography. Economic resource base. Theory d spatial organization and distribution of economic resources. Regional differentiation, comparative cost and industrial locations. Location of natural resources in Africa and sub-regions. Elements of transport geography Transport in Africa. Africa railways. Regional Grouping. Africa airway; analyze of inter-regional router and linkage. Africa seaport; locations. growth. problem arid prospects. Geography of the sea. routes. canal and straight. Environment of sea transportation. Africa highways; issue of Connectivity. Lagos plan action (trans-Africa highways. future and prospects
TPM 302: FLEET MANAGEMENT
Legal requirement for operators. vehicles and drivers; Vehicle utilization, Customer service; Routing and scheduling systems; Loading and lo security; Vehicle loading equipment; Vehicle maintenance and administrative systems; Insurance for legal liabilities relating to people vehicles. property. the public; Accident prevention; Vehicle specification and selection; Vehicle acquisition and financing requirements; Maintenance cost and budgeting; Site safety and security; Stores and fuel purchase. monitoring and control; Environmental aspects of operations; Staff training
MGA 302 - ENTREPRENEURSHIP 1 (2 0 0) -2 UNITS
Meaning and definitions of related concepts; Qualities of an Entrepreneur. Managerial skill and business risks. Savings and Investment; Meaning o Saving, the Science of Wealth Creation via skills development, training on the job, experience, education. Business investment opportunities inherent in government policy changes, infrastructure inadequacies, technology and the concept of Global Village. Forms of Business Ownership; Sole Proprietorship, Partnership, Cooperative Societies and Public Companies. Professionalism and job creation potentialities; enhancement of existing service/product through innovation, initiatives for new product development.
Recent economic! developmental issues; National Economic Empowerment Development Strategy (NEEDS). Small and Medium Scale Business Enterprises Development Agency in Nigeria (SMEDAN). New Partnership for African Development (NEPAD) and Millennium Development Goals (MDG5).