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ABOUT US

SCHOOL OF BUSINESS

The school of business studies have programmes offered in its various departments. All programmes are available at the National Diploma (ND) level while only Accountancy, Administration and Public Administration are available in the Higher National Diploma (HND) Level.

The programmes currently available in the school of business studies includes:

  • Accountancy
  • Banking and Finance
  • Administration
  • Mass Communication
  • Marketing
  • Public Administration
  • Secretarial Administration

Each department is headed an Head of Department (HOD) who oversees the day to day running of the department. Each programme has its own aims and objectives.

Osamwonyi  Ohonba, KSP
Dean, School of Business Studies

ACCREDITATION AND CONDITIONS FOR THE AWARD OF NATIONAL DIPLOMA

Each programme offered at the ND level, have to be accredited by the NBTE, before the National Diploma Certificate can be awarded.

Departments offering accredited programmes will award the National Diploma Certificate to candidates who have successfully completed the programme course work after passing the prescribed examinations, diploma project and the supervised Students’ Industrial Work Experience Scheme (SIWES). Such candidate most have completed the minimum semester credit units which ranges from 72 to 82 depending on the programme.

Diploma certificates will be classified as follows:

  • Distinction –           CGPA of 3.50 and above
  • Upper credit –        CGPA of 3.00 – 3.49
  • Lower credit –        CGPA of 2.50 – 2.99
  • Pass (P) –                 CGPA of 2.00 – 2.49
  • Fail (F)           –        CGPA of below 2.00

Transcripts(s) showing all the courses taken and grade obtained the students will be issued together with the certificate(s)

OUR DEPARTMENTS

Department of Accounting

The aim of the National Diploma in Accountancy is to produce a middle level manpower who can effectively perform a range of functions in the field of Accountancy, Insurance, Banking and in Financial Institute.

The graduates of the ND Accounting Programme should be able to:

  • Assist in the collection and integration of basic financial data for use in investment decisions
  • Prepare final Account for companies
  • Assist in the preparation of short and long term budget plans
  • Collect and collate relevant financial to and superior affairs
  • Interpret same basic statistical and financial data

OBJECTIVES OF THE PROGRAMME

The objectives of the programme are to:

  • Transmit a body of knowledge and a command to adequate technical business, skills and techniques,
  • Increase the students capability to learn and to communicate successfully with others
  • Understand himself and his environment and the community to which he lives.

ND Programme should contribute adequately to the production of good quality and dedicated business manpower for commerce, industry, private and public enterprise

DEPARTMENT OF BANKING AND FINANCE

AIMS

The aim of the National Diploma in Banking and Finance is to produce a middle level manpower that can effectively perform a range of functions at various departments in Banking, Industry and Financial Institutes.

The graduates of the ND in Banking and Finance programme should be able to:

  • Assist in the collection and integration of basic financial data for use in investment decisions,
  • Interpret and appraise final accounts of companies and other relevant operating data in banking industry
  • Assist in the preparation of short and long term budget plans
  • Collect and collate relevant financial information to aid superior officers and management in financial data
  • Interpret same basic ratio, statistical and financial data
  • Assist in the analysis and evaluation of investment proposals, price and market trends.

OBJECTIVES OF THE PROGRAMME

The objectives of the programme are to:

  • Keep the students abreast with the present day changing banking trends and requirements in the economy
  • Increase the students capability to learn and to communicate successfully with others,
  • Transmit a body of knowledge and a command of adequate technical business skills and techniques in their various assignments.

ND programmes should contribute adequately to the production of good quality and dedicated business manpower for commerce, industry, private and public enterprise.

DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

Aim

The National Diploma Programme in business Administration is aimed at producing diplomats with sound theoretical and practice knowledge to carry out a number of activities in a business concern effectively. The aims include:

  • Ensure continuity of supply both to the markets or production units,
  • Buy efficiently and wisely obtaining the best possible value for every naira spent,
  • Speak and write clear, correct and effective functional English,
  • Keep simple records of financial and other transaction in any organization,
  • Undertake proper storage and preservation of materials and goods,
  • Carry out effective purchasing tasks and sales advertising,
  • Organize sales and distribution of materials,
  • Carry out market research and similar functions,
  • Conduct product planning surveys for manufacturing organizations,
  • Carry out inspection and auditing of books and records,
  • Interpret basic statistical data,
  • Write business reports and carry out various types of business communication effectively,
  • Identify management problems at appropriate levels, analyze them and design management strategies to over come them,
  • Interpret and assist in the execution of overall co-operative development policies,
  • Carry out evaluation of investment asset for investment purpose and assist in the analyze of investment, proposals.

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION

AIM

The National Diploma in Public Administration is designed to produce middle level manpower required for the running of efficient and effective administration in the public and private service

OBJECTIVES OF THE PROGRAMME

It is expected that a graduates of this programme should be able to:

  • Apply the theories and practices of Public Administration
  • Analyse the nature and operations of the machinery of government
  • Analyse the nature and scope of intergovernmental relations
  • Apply the basic principles in the management of public enterprises
  • Examine the structure and functions of local government
  • Identify management problems at the appropriate levels, analyses them and design strategies to solve them
  • Apply the basic principles of financial management
  • Mobilize small communities or groups of individuals for the preparation of small development programme/project
  • Establish and management a small scale business effectively and profitably
  • Apply the basic principles of law in official relationship transaction
  • Carry out elementary applications of the computer as processing data information
  • Run a small administration/personnel unit in any organization with minimum supervision of superior officers.

HEAD OF DEPARTMENTS IN SCHOOL OF BUSINESS STUDIES


Imade Taye Peter
HOD Accounting


Dr. Edobor, O. S
HOD BANKING AND FINANCE


Osayomwanbor P. Ebahi
HOD Office Technology Management


Mrs Omo-Amen Lydia
HOD Marketing


Dr. Ogbeide Frederick
HOD PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION


Miss Ogbogbo Helen
HOD Mass Communication


Imadonmwiyi Igho Elvis
HOD BUSINESS ADMINSTRATION