B.Sc. (Ed) Business Education
B.Sc. Ed. Business Education did not commence with the first set of programmes at the commencement of academic programmes in the university in 2003/2004 academic year. The programme was thought of as a result of the need assessment embarked upon by the institution. Thereafter, the school of education was mandated to establish the programme. Upon the mandate, a specialist (Prof.Inegbedion, Juliet Obhajajie) in the programme was sort and employed to develop the Outline Programme Proposal (OPP) in line with NUC benchmark. The OPP was presented by the officer in charge (Prof .Inegbedion, Juliet Obhajajie) before the School Board Meeting for deliberation. At its approval at the School Board Meeting, it was presented by the Dean, School of Education to Senate where the OPP earned its approval. Thereafter, the Detailed Programme Proposal (DPP) was presented and deliberated upon at the School Board Meeting before presenting it to the Senate for final approval. Upon approval, the first set of course materials were developed for commencement of the programme, which took off in 2005/2006 academic session. Following this, NUC approval to run the programme was obtained 15th April, 2008.
- For 4 year programme – candidates must obtain 5 credit passes at G.C.E./WASC level, SSCE or merit in T.C. II including English Language and Mathematics in not more than two sittings.
- Direct Entry:
- N.C.E. with an overall merit pass or above, provided the candidate also has at least five credits or its equivalent including credit passes in Mathematics and English.
- Diploma in any area of education provided the candidate also has at least five credits at ‘O’ level including English Language and Mathematics.
iii. Holders of N.C.E./Diploma will spend three academic years while all others will spend minimum of four and maximum of eight years respectively.
- For a four-year education degree course, a minimum of 150 units should be required for graduation.
- For a direct three-year course, a minimum of 120 units should be required for graduation.
- At the commencement of the programme, each student should be furnished with the information specifying the requirements for the award of the degree;
- The student must pass all core and GST courses offered during the duration of study; and
- In addition, students must complete and pass all teaching practice courses, seminar and SIWES.