B.A. (Ed) French
B.A. Ed French programme is developed in line with the Nigerian’s philosophy of promoting greater understanding and cooperation with her Francophone neighbors and having greater participation in the affairs of Economic Community of West African States. The programme will expose the students to the study of oral and written components of the French language and literature and equip them with the knowledge and skills to teach these in schools and colleges in Nigeria. It also aims to enhance access for all who seek knowledge and continuous educational development irrespective of location, number, status, gender, age and time through the open distance learning mode.
- Candidates entering at 100 level must have five (5) credits in SSSC or the GCE “O” level in French (or its equivalent e.g. Niveau I of Alliance Francaise Certificate) and English and other relevant subjects at not more than two (2) sittings. A pass in Mathematics is required.
- For Direct Entry entry, candidates entering at 200 level with NCE certificate must have a minimum of merit in French and passes in two (2) other subjects as well as credits in two (2) relevant O’ level subjects inclusive of English Language. Candidates that have NOUN Diploma in French or equivalent Diploma in French, e.g. ND holders may be considered for admission at 200 with a provision that they will take some 100 level education courses.
The BA. Ed. French Language is structured to run for a minimum of four years and maximum of eight years for students starting at 100 level or minimum of three years and maximum of six years for students at 200 level.
For a four-year education degree course, a minimum of 120 units should be required for graduation.
For a direct three-year course, a minimum of 90 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; and The student must pass all core and GST courses offered during the duration of study