Available courses

ADVANCED COMPUTER SYSTEMS & ARCHITECTURE_pt

This course aims at covering advanced computer architecture concepts. Major areas covered in it include advanced processing, advanced memories, computer arithmetic and assembly language programming.


Lecturer: Martin Ujakpa

ADVANCED COMPUTER SYSTEMS AND ARCHITECTURE_ft

This course aims at covering advanced computer architecture concepts. Major areas covered in it include advanced processing, advanced memories, computer arithmetic and assembly language programming.


Lecturer: Martin Ujakpa

OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT & INFORMATION SYSTEMS STRATEGY

The course provides real-world understanding of Information Systems Strategy with Operations Management for Businesses. The course provides students with a firm foundation in organization/business-related Information Technology Systems & Strategies. It also provides the knowledge required to formulate strategic plans in executive suites, optimizing operations in businesses or on factory floors, fine- tuning plans for entrepreneurial ventures, designing information systems that optimize organization’s operations, augmenting business activities on the web, or creating new information products in any industry. The course introduces skills necessary for integrating technology into strategy and operations of business/organization.

Lecturer: Martin Ujakpa

SOE90PS SOFTWARE ENGINEERING

This course aims at the production of software products, delivered on time and within set budget, that satisfies client’s needs. It covers all aspects of software production ranging from the early stage of product concept to design and implementation to post-delivery maintenance. This course covers all the major concepts and techniques of software engineering.


Lecturer: Martin Ujakpa

AE150US ARTS EDUCATION FOR PRE AND JUNIOR PRIMARY I

In studying the arts, students learn fundamental and alternative forms of communication. This component in Art Education attends to aspects of planning, instruction, and evaluation that provide opportunities for people to understand form and function, explore meaning, and experience the creative process in the arts. Fundamental teaching methods and content in Art Education within the curriculum are examined.


AE370US ARTS EDUCATION III

In studying the arts, students learn fundamental and alternative forms of communication. They gain a reflective and comprehensive understanding of themselves in relation to cultural-historical themes and political-social issues. This course will help students to link diverse ideas across traditional disciplines and bring order to a seemingly chaotic world of sensations and impressions. Expressive experiences in and through the arts address students’ multiple intelligences, including creative and critical thinking, and support student autonomy and decision-making capabilities. This component in Arts Education attends to aspects of planning, instruction, and evaluation that provide opportunities for people to understand form and function, explore meaning, and experience the creative process in the arts. Fundamental teaching methods and content in Arts Education within the curriculum is examined.