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Educational Technology

  1. B.Sc. (Ed.) Educational Technology

 

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B. A. (Ed.) in Educational Technology with Minor Options in Arts

NCE with not less than Merit in any of Arabic, Christian Religious Studies, English Language, Fine and Applied Arts, French, History, Islamic Studies, Nigerian Languages

Credits in English, in the minor subject, and any other two O/Level subjects selected Arts and Social Science Subjects.

English Language, minor subject, and ANY other two subjects selected from Arts and Social Science, Subjects

Minor subject can be from any of the subjects outlined under Direct Entry requirement

 

B. Sc. (Ed.) in Educational Technology with Minor Options in Sciences

NCE with not less than Merit in any of Biology, Chemistry, computer Science, Health Education, Human Kinetics, Integrated Science, Mathematics, Physics, Technology Education, and National Diploma (ND) with not less than Lower Credit in A-V Technology; Electrical/ Mechanical/ Civil Engineering/ Woodwork/ Metallurgical, Computer Science, Mass Communication and Computer Science

Credits in English, in the minor subject, and any other two O/Level subjects selected Science or Technical Subjects.

English Language, minor subject, and ANY other two subjects selected from Science and Technical, Subjects

Minor subject can be from any of the subjects outlined under Direct Entry requirement

 

B. Sc. (Ed.) in Educational Technology with Minor Options in Social Sciences

NCE with not less than Merit in any of Accounting, Economics, Geography, Political Science, Social Studies

Credits in English, and any other three O/Level Social Sciences subjects 

English Language and any other three Social Sciences subjects 

Minor subject can be from any of the subjects outlined under Direct Entry requirement

 

 

A.        Educational Technology Programme Course Descriptions.

 

EDT 111          Introduction to Historical and Philosophical foundations of Educational Technology 2 Credits

The historical and philosophical background of educational technology at the global and local levels will be examined. The effect of such background presently and possible extrapolation will also be important. The various philosophical schools of thought and their impact on the theory and practice in the field are critical.                    30h (T), C

 

EDT 112          Science, Technology and Sustainable Development                 2 Credits

The impact of scientific and technological development on the cosmic and human environment as well as their interaction with the total environment will be studied in real situations. The impact of technology on general socio-cultural and economic development, poverty alleviation, maintenance culture, agriculture, industrialization, community development, health education, sport, water supply, urbanization, etc. Should be carefully analyzed in terms of sustainability principles and ecological balance. The social responsibilities of the technologist will also be part of the focus especially as related to the six human needs: food, water, energy, shelter, education and health.                   30h (T), C

 

EDT 113          Introduction to Graphics in Education                                    2 Credits

Fundamentals and concept development on typography, composition, and color. Differences between ordinary images and powerful, effective graphics for instruction. Color and its implications for instructional designers, ideas of space and the use of color to solve spatial problems, color harmony and the way colors interact, as well as color qualities and combinations for instructional purposes.

15hr (T), 45hr (P): E

 

EDT 114          Computers in Education                                                          2 Credits

The background, types, functions, components and other relevant features of the computer and its role in education and globalization will be examined. Visits to and practical operations of computer are important especially as related to education, teaching and training. Integrating Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and database software tools into teaching and learning.15hr (T), 45hr (P): C

 

EDT 115          Introduction to Photography in Education                              2 Credits

Concept of photography, photography in education, and history of photography. Types of camera, types of light and the photographer, light and the human eye, photographic lenses, exposure control, ISO, apertures, depth of field and shutter speeds; aperture setting, darkroom activities, processing of pictures, and post processing. Filters, extension tubes and supplementary lenses, light meter and the exposure methods. Three elements for good instructional photographs.               15hr (T), 45hr (P): E

 

EDT 116:         Educational Technology in Pre-Primary and Primary Education       2 Credits
Integration strategies and skills for using instructional technology and educational software, digital media, and information technologies appropriate to pre-primary and primary school teaching environments. Selection of appropriate instructional technologies for use in the classroom; production for technology-based instructional materials; and evaluation and validation of a variety of instructional materials.                30hr, E

 

EDT 117:         Principles of Distance Education                                             2 Credits

Theories, paradigms, and the history of distance education. Distance learning technologies. Critique of current research and assessment of online learning (blended and fully online delivery).Accessibility issues, open source, best practices to facilitate learning, global trends, and mass higher education. The MOOC paradigm, synchronous versus asynchronous platforms.                                    30hr, E

 

EDT 118          Psychological and Sociological Foundation of Educational Technology                                     2 Credits

The various psychological and sociological schools of thought as related to educational technology will be focused on, so also will effects on the theory and design of the school curriculum and their effects on the welfare of the society generally.                     30hr, C

 

EDT 119          Introduction to Instructional Materials Design, Production   and Utilization                                     2 Credits

Project management and basic skills in instructional design and development are covered in this course. Student design projects will show the ability to link major learning theories, such as constructivism, cognitivism, and behaviorism to competent determination of instructional content, accurate identification of learner characteristics and effective instructional strategies.  Class activities include extensive collaboration and adequate reflection on situations for which learning or other solutions may be required.                 15hr (T), 45hr (P): C

 

EDT 120          Introduction to E-Learning                                                     1 Credits

Concepts of e-learning, means of delivering e-learning, maintenance and evaluation of e-learning system, e-learning techniques and the advantages and disadvantages, designing for the virtual classroom, planning (technology, products, budget, marketing), limitations and challenges of eLearning.                                            30hr, E                                                

 

EDT 121          Instructional System Design                                                    2 Credits

Concepts and principles of instructional design (ISD). Complexities of designing instruction in the context of educational corporate training environments. Classic ISD theories and models, application of ISD theories and models in real-world educational or corporate context.     30hr, E

 

EDT 122          Introductory Computer Graphics and Imaging                       2 Credits

Image input and output devices (cameras and displays, graphics hardware and software, input technologies) and interactive techniques. Typography, page layout, light, colour representations, tone reproduction, image composition, imaging models, digital signal processing, aliasing and anti-aliasing, compression, 2Dand 3D geometry and transformations, modeling techniques (curves, surfaces, reflection models and illumination algorithms, etc.). Digital graphic software application.

15hr (T), 45hr (P): E

 

EDT 123          Educational Technology in Secondary Education        2 Credits

Developing integration strategies and acquiring skills for using instructional technology and educational software, and information technologies appropriate to basic school and secondary school teaching environments. Selection of appropriate instructional technologies for use in the classroom; production of technology-based instructional materials; and evaluation and validation of a variety of media resources.                          30hr, E

 

EDT 124:         Production Practical I                                                             2 Credits

Introduction to Educational Technology Workshops/Laboratories (Graphic, Audio, Video Production Studios, Computer Laboratories, Maintenance Workshops etc.). Materials, Tools and Equipment in Educational Technology Workshops, Safety Precautions and Ethics in each of the workshop. Production of elementary instructional materials for pre-primary, primary and secondary school levels. Emphasis must be on the integration of instructional materials into school settings.

90hr (P): C

 

EDT 205:         Introduction to Educational Technology                                                             2 Credits

Meaning and Scopes of Educational Technology; Models of communication and implication for Educational Technology; Types of Media Production and Basic Characteristics of Layout; Manipulation of Hardware and Audio-visual equipment. 15h (T); 45h (P); C

 

EDT 211:         Audio-Visual Techniques                                                         2 Credits

The audio and visual techniques and their synchronization principles and practices will be focused upon. More attention should be on the practical demonstration to involve audio-graphics, audio-transparency, audio-pictorial, audio-slide, etc. production. Video recording and evaluation of the production are also important.                           15hr (T), 45hr (P): C

 

EDT 212          Introductions to Library Studies                                             2 Credits

The growth and development of the library, types, functions, diversion and their roles, the personnel and management of the library will be studied practically. Visit to university, school, state and other libraries will be organized. Alternative strategies to the library to the rural communities should be explored.                                   30hr (T): C

 

EDT 213          Educational Audio and Radio Production                               2 Credits

Scriptwriting for educational audio or radio production. Format and style of each type of writing. Overview of the recording studio. Basic studio electronics and acoustic principles, sound in recording, and sound reinforcement, waveform analysis, microphone design and placement techniques, studio set up and signal flow, recording console theory, signal processing concepts, tape machine principles and operation, and an overview of mixing and editing.                 15hr (T), 45hr (P): C

 

EDT 214          Instructional Communication Models, Media, Principles and Techniques                          2 Credits          

Communication models, the mass and instructional media including computers, internet and e-mails, etc. Communication principles and techniques form the focus of the course as related to the teaching and learning situation. Types, functions, structures, characteristics and relevance of instructional communications are important.                              30hr (T): C

 

EDT 215          Designing Instruction for Distance Education             2 Credits

Learning styles, learning theory, social networking and collaborative group influences, assessment, global perspectives, and diversity. Effective online educational experiences from education and the workplace. Developing, field testing, and revising a web-based unit. Engaging instructional electronic strategies to enhance design and development.                             30hr (T): E

 

EDT 216          Learning Theories and Educational Technology                      2 Credits

Learning theories (behaviourism, cognitivism, constructivism, and connectivism) and application to educational technology. Use of a variety of theories, such as multiple intelligences, constructivism, computers as mind tools, brain-based learning, and connectivism to learn how technology facilitates learning. Challenges regarding the use of constructivist and collaborative activities for learning as well as solutions for overcoming these barriers.                          30hr (T): E

 

EDT 217          Internet in Education                                                              2 Credits

Studies the use of the Internet and the World Wide Web in educational settings, including strategies for effective student and teacher use. Topics include e-mail, web-browsing, videoconferencing, implementation, ethics and issues. Examines alternatives in web development.                30hr (T): E

 

EDT 218          Leading and Managing Educational Technology                     2 Credits

Issues on leadership regarding the integration of technology in business and in education. Leadership, strategic planning, systems acquisition, coordination, implementation, technology management and its implications for teaching and learning, and administrative functions. Policies on human resource development, staff development, information access, security, management control, and evaluation.

30hr (T): E

 

EDT 219          Print Media: Design and Technology (Printing Technology)               2 Credits

The historical background and development of print technology from its inception in Egypt, Mesopotamia and China to the present age of computer technology using case studies and visit to printing press and associated sectors. Desktop publishing for education. Digital printing software. Colour, colour settings and printer profiles, preparing files for print out (resolution, pixel dimensions, interpolation, print preview), colour balance and colour saturation. Preview, prediction and proofing, proof colours, using profiles, and creative hand-printing techniques. Montage/composite prints, masking tools and processes, pen tool to make high-resolution cut-outs (paths, keyboard short cuts, conversion to selections), layers and smart filters.                       15hr (T), 45hr (P): C

 

EDT 220          Media Literacy                                                                                    2 Credits

Media literacy applied in critical thinking skills in analyzing the source of much of our information: the media. Awareness of the impact of the media on the individual and society; process of communication; critical approaches to analyze and discuss media messages; awareness of media content and the cultivation of an enhanced enjoyment, understanding, and appreciation of media content.                                  30hr (T): E

 

EDT 221          Educational Technology in Teaching (Educational Technology I) 2 Credits

Introduction to the field of educational technology and its impact on teaching and learning, Skills, insight, and practice in selecting, using, producing, and managing instructional technology tools in the primary, secondary and higher institution setting. Strategies for integrating technology into all aspects of teaching and learning. Emerging trends and issues in educational technology for teaching.

30hr (T): C

 

EDT 222          Cinematography Educational Video and Television Production          2 Credits

Storyboard and script writing, graphic design, editing, instructional design and directing, as well as film, video and audio production. Sound engineering, animation, film editing, digital media, cinematography. Practical hands-on experience the operation of large format computer-automated mixing console and multi-track recording and computer. Production and post-production of audio and television production. Camera setup and operation, field audio, television directing, and in-camera or basic continuity editing.                               15hr (T), 45hr (P): C

 

EDT 223          Technologies for Special Education (Diverse Learners and Technology)            1 Credits

Technology to bridge achievement gap for students from culturally, economically, and linguistically diverse backgrounds. Technology for varying ability levels; assistive technologies for students with special needs; and technology as a tool to engage and motivate gifted students. Case study scenarios to demonstrate students’ understanding of course content, and adaptation of curriculum to meet needs of diverse learners.                                          30hr (T): E

 

EDT 224          Introduction to Edutainment                                                   2 Credits

This course provides an overview of instructional elements in technology-based edutainment (i.e. cartoons, TV programs, movies, digital games, and smart phones). Learners will conduct research on the practical application of edutainment in classroom settings through experimentation and play.

30hr (T): E

 

EDT 225          Educational Games and Simulations                           2 Credits

Explores the theory and implementation of implementation of games, simulations, and virtual environments for improved instructional engagement. Include evaluation methods and socio-cultural implications                             30hr (T): E

 

 

EDT 226          Production Practical II                                                                        2 Credits

Production of Audio, Visual and Audio-Visual materials for specific area of discipline. Practical demonstration of skills in tools manipulation, projection techniques and audio-visual techniques are involved. Both theory and practice must be adequately integrated to include simple tools maintenance.

90hr (P): C

 

EDT 227          Design, Development and Evaluation of Educational Software            2 Credits

Overview of computer aided instruction (CAI): types of CAI, features, advantages and limitations of different CAI modes, strengths and weaknesses, and effective CAI. Learning theories application in courseware design and authoring. Planning and managing CAI projects. Designing and producing CAI. Evaluation and revision of CAI.                               15h (T); 45h (P); E

 

EDT 228          E-Learning Programme Planning and Implementation                       2 Credits

Instructional design processes in the planning and implementation of Web-based, e-learning programmes. Project-development cycle, identification of appropriate learning technologies and strategies, use of content-management systems, curriculum development and evaluation strategies. Different types of e-learning environments, and accessibility and usability for a wide range of learners.                      15h(T); 45h (P); E.

 

EDT 229          Learning Theories, ISD Models, and E-Learning                                2 Credits

Overview of learning theories and their relevance to e-learning, e-learning theories and methodology, evaluation of e-learning models and learning theories, three categories of ISD (Classroom Orientation, Product Orientation, and System Orientation) in e-learning                     30h (T) E

 

EDT 230          ICT and Teacher Education                                                                2 Credits

ICT in teacher education (pre-service and in-service), ICT and teachers’ skills for the 21st century, teachers’ ICT skills (UNESCO ICT Competency Framework for Teachers [ICT-CFT], ISTE Educational Technology Standards for Teachers, guidelines for teacher training and professional training in ICT.                                                 30h (T) E

 

EDT 311          Microteaching and Observation                                              2 Credits

This practical oriented course will focus on observation of expertise and microteaching practical designed to develop skills in equipment manipulation and teaching events. Specific skills will be targeted on periodic basis to include sequencing, questioning, synchronization, overlaying, scripting, designing, etc.

15hr (T), 45hr (P): C

 

EDT 312          Educational Technology I: Software                            2 Credits

Focus of the course will be on all categories of instructional software: their components, design, production strategies, utilization principles and evaluation techniques, actual production of instructional software will be encouraged.                                  15hr (T), 45hr (P): C

 

EDT 313:         Low-Cost Technology in Education                             2 Credits

The design and production of improved instructional materials using locally available inputs will form the focus. The basic design principles and production strategies are based on the ASSURE model and other known models will also be encouraged. Actual production, utilization and evaluation of low-cost instructional packages should be pursued including community resources mobilization.

15hr (T), 45hr (P): C

 

EDT 314          Instructional Materials Design and Multimedia Application   2 Credits

Instructional hardware design, components, structures operation and care will be emphasized along the current situations in Nigeria. Interactive multimedia application of presentation software (e.g. Power point or digital editing and use of Liquid Crystal Display).               15hr (T), 45hr (P): C

 

EDT 315          Distance Learning Models and Technologies               2 Credits

Using the comparative approaches, the distance learning models including the open models and their technologies, the historical background, associated problems, merits and philosophy will be studied. Situation similar to Nigeria will be explored closely; Youth and adult education skills, certification and technology used.                                  15hr (T), 45hr (P): C

 

EDT 316          Administration and Management of Learning Resource Centres  2 Credits

The basic planning, administration and management principles will be applied to resource centre. Emphasis on the different types of budgeting, theories and practices of leadership, organizational structures and functions will be related to resource centres in Nigeria.                  30hr (T): C

 

EDT 317          Podcasting: Delivering Content with Audio and Video Podcasts         2 Credits

Basics of podcasts (definition, searching for, subscribing to, listening to/watching).Audio and video editing skills for creating podcasts Creation of audio and video podcasts. Advanced video projects containing PowerPoint slides, video, still shots, text and more.                15hr (T), 45hr (P): E

 

EDT 318          Managing Technology Resources for Education                      2 Credits

Installation, maintenance and troubleshooting of a variety of operating systems, data networks and distance learning systems in educational context. Focus on management, support, and delivery options.                       30hr (T): E

 

EDT 319          Internship in Educational Technology                                     2 Credits

Guided and supervised observation and practice in the applications of technology to a specified educational setting. Emphasis on a practical application of knowledge and skills gained throughout the programme. Students will engage in a real-world, problem-solving project within their work environment.            90hr (P): E

 

EDT 320          Educational Broadcasting                                                       2 Credits

The history, philosophy and techniques of education broadcasting are important, especially as related to radio and television in Nigeria. Design of storyboard and use of natural effects, editing and editorial processes and the structure of the broadcast media will be studied in Nigeria and other nations to facilitate comparative studies.                15hr (T), 45hr (P): C

 

EDT 321          Low-Cost Technology I                                                                       2 Credits

The basic assumption, instructional systems, basic processes of learning and instruction, intellectual skills and strategies, learning capabilities, tasks and job analysis, instructional sequence and events, media selection, performance assessment, instructional delivery systems and instructional evaluation will be studied in details.                  15hr (T), 45hr (P): C

 

EDT 322          *Principles of Instruction                                                        2 Credits

Philosophical foundations of instruction, Psychological foundations of instruction, Concept in Education related to teaching, Basic preparation for classroom instruction, Formal instructional methods, Innovation in teaching and learning and many others will be discussed in detail. 

30hr (T): C

 

EDT 323          School Resource Management                                                 2 Credits

Sources and uses of fiscal resources in education including underlying concepts from economic theory, the impact of values on fiscal policy, state funding formulas, and school budgeting and accounting practices on school resource management.                 30hr (T): E

 

EDT 324          Computer Art, Animation and Visual Effects              2 Credits

Advanced digital applications for producing educational films. Computer animation and visual effects, Working with  2D and 3D computer graphics within computer animation, visual effects and motion graphics in modeling, lighting, texturing, dynamics, character animation and motion capture. Visual effects feature in digital video, greenscreen studio production, compositing, rotoscoping and VFX animation.                                   90hr (P): E

 

EDT 325          Learning Management System (LMS)                                     2 Credits

Concept of Learning Management System (LMS).Relevance of LMS to learners, teachers and institutions. Categories of LMS: proprietary (e.g. Blackboard) and free and open source (e.g.) Moodle.  Practical hands-on experience on the application of LMS. Integration of other e-resources in LMS to create a communities of practice environment. LMS and Web 2.0.    15hr (T), 45 (P): E

 

EDT 326          Social Media in the Classroom `                                               2 Credits

Focuses on the use of social media in education, including creating and maintaining social media, Student will examine the nature and purpose of social media, Types of social media, social media promotion, social media disclosure guidelines, and ethics in educational use of social media.

15hr (T), 45hr (P): E

 

EDT 327          Production Practical III                                                          2 Credits

This learner-control course focuses on relevant knowledge, skills and attitudes acquired in the course and designed to identify and solve any related educational problem through the principles and practices of educational technology. The production seminar must be on an approved topic with a view to producing the final creative instructional package.             90hr (P): C

 

EDT 328          Advanced Digital Capturing and Streaming                                        2 Credits

Concepts of digital capturing and manipulations. Digital imaging and traditional photographic ideas with digital media. Use and functions of digital cameras, shooting techniques, editing operations and output options. Time-based media capture techniques and music streaming techniques.       Application of photography software for online streaming                       15h(T); 45h (P); E.

 

EDT 329          Fundamentals of Interactive Design                                                    2 Credits

Imaging software. Development of the basic skills needed to create digital graphic design. Software for the design solutions for various media applications such as print, web, and multimedia. Developing, designing and maintaining Web pages                                       15h(T); 45h (P); E.

 

EDT 411          Advanced Library Studies                                                       3 Credits

Course BET 202 is prerequisite for this. Ordering, documentation, indexing, classification, borrowing procedure, inter-library services, computerisation and other library machines, including ultra-forms, micro forms and internet/website as elements of globalise libraries will be explored in details and practically.                     15hr (T), 45hr (P): C

 

EDT 412          Instructional Materials Evaluation Techniques                       2 Credits

Overview of concepts of assessment, measurement, and evaluation. Evaluation approaches, techniques, tools, and philosophies as they apply to current and future applications of technology in educational environments. Evaluation for variety of technologies, strategies for evaluation, evaluation models, and identification of past and current trends in the use of technology to support learning.

30hr (T): E

 

EDT 413          Information Management and Technology                  2Credits

The theories, principles and practises in the area are important; Gathering, processing, transmission and consumption, journalistic demands and ethics of information management will be examined. All forms of information storage and retrieval systems including the trade media, modern, photographic and reprographic systems are important requirement of the course.             30hr (T) C

 

EDT 414          Web-Based Multimedia Instruction                                         2 Credits

Principles in the design and development of multimedia for online education. Knowledge and skills on how to create, capture, prepare, and publish multi-media (textual, audio, video) products using a variety of multimedia authoring tools. Multi-media streaming.                 15hr (T), 45hr (P): C

 

EDT 415          Mobile Appliances for Teaching and Learning                        2 Credits

Introduction to mobile learning (m-learning). Types of mobile devices, types of mobile apps (Free and Commercial, Installed and cloud based SaaS, integrated, etc.), advantages and limitations of mobile learning, Web 2.0 technologies and mobile learning.                                15hr (T), 45hr (P): C

 

EDT 416          Social Media for Learning                                                       2 Credits

This course will explore collaborative and emergent pedagogies, tools, and theory related to the use of social media in learning environments. Students will gain hand-on experience with a variety of social media tools, create community of practice for learning, create a community-based resource, and have an opportunity to develop a global professional network for educational technologists.

30hr (T): E

 

EDT 417          Research and Statistics in Educational Technology                 2 Credits

Types of research in educational technology (design and development, descriptive, experimental, etc.), methodological factors in educational technology research, and data collection in educational technology research. Analysis of educational technology research data (measure of central tendency and variability, one and two sample tests, confidence intervals, chi-square, etc.), using statistical software, and reporting educational technology research.            15hr (T), 45hr (P): E

 

EDT 418          Production Seminar                                                                 2 Credits

This learner-control course focuses on relevant knowledge, skills and attitudes acquired in the course and designed to identify and solve any related educational problem through the principles and practices of educational technology. The production seminar must be on an approved topic with a view to producing the final creative instructional package.             90hr (P): C

 

EDT 419          Community Resources and Development                                2 Credits

Community resources identification, mobilization, recruitment and utilization principles and techniques will be actively pursued to include human and non-human resources as related to education and development. Practical approach to this course will be adopted based on mini-project techniques.                                15hr (T), 45hr (P): C

 

EDT 420          Educational Technology III: Processes and Settings                2 Credits

Emphasis will be on the combined effects of technological processes and settings on the learning audience, given technological hardware and software. The associated theoretical background, moderating effects of newer technologies and human interference are important; man-machine interaction and requirements for technological evolution will be emphasized.                   30hr (T): C

 

EDT 421          Computer Mediated Communication and Collaboration         2 Credits

Use of computer-mediated communication (CMC) and computer-supported collaborative learning (CSCL) in online learning environments. Exploration, assessment, and utilization of a variety of current and emerging Web 2.0 technologies to collaborate, share, and deliver effective instructional resources and instruction to f2f, blended or virtual learners.                          30hr (T): E

 

EDT 422          Emerging and Future Technology in Education                      2 Credits

Exploration of new scholarship, collaborative tools, social networking, wireless and mobile technologies, creative commons, fair use, user-created content, and virtual worlds. Multi-media presentation to analyze obsolete technology, assess new technology, and explore projections regarding future technological movements.                     30hr (T): E

 

EDT 423          Special Issues in Education Technology                                               2 Credits

Issues in media use, Ethical and fair use of instructional materials. Definitions and practices in copyright, fair use, and creative commons for media. Copyright in distance and blended learning. Copyright laws, plagiarism, intellectual property. Global trends in copyright laws. Copyright law in Nigeria. Obstacles to educational uses of copyrighted material in the digital age.                      30hr (T): E

 

EDT 424          Digital Video Fundamentals                                                                2 Credits

Introduction to video production. Skills needed for video production. Videography and video editing for the creation of video based projects (documentaries, independent films, training videos and broadcasting/electronic news gathering.                               15h(T); 45h (P); E.

 

EDT 425  Practices and Applications in Online Learning and ICT in Education         2 Credits

Critical review of research in technology-supported education, development and design of successful education programmes, student success factors, creation and use of online courses. Solutions, best practices and emerging trends in integrating technology into the traditional and online classroom.

15h (T); 45h (P); E.                                                      

 

EDT 499          Research Project                                                                                 4Credits

Supervised research work on approved educational technology related topics. Proposal and defense required.                       30hr (T): C

 

                                                            Field Experiences

There will be individually supervised field experience in a setting that provides direct experience with the design, development, implementation, or evaluation of learning experiences that are technology-mediated. Students shall visit various media houses/industries for Field experiences and submit field report at the end of the programme. The scores obtained shall be added to the scores obtained at end of the session’s practical/production seminar.

 

100 Level

Field Experiences I.  Field experiences in Radio/Television Broadcasting Stations focusing on situational analysis and planning for effective technology integration practices.

 

 

200 Level

Field Experiences II.  Field experiences in Printing and Publishing Industries focusing on integration of printing technology into classroom settings and the evaluation of technology-based learning experiences. 

 

 

 

300 Level

Field Experiences III.  Field experiences in Computer Industries/Firms focusing on educational software development and technology-based learning, teaching and management.

 

NOTE: Field Experience shall come up at the end of every second semester of each academic session.

 

 

 

B.         B. Sc. (Ed.) Computer Science

 

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B. SC. (Ed.) in Computer Science

  1. Nigeria Certificate in Education (NCE) or its equivalent in Computer Science (single or double major) with an overall grade of at least a Merit.
  2. Ordinary National Diploma (OND) in Computer Science with a minimum overall grade of Lower Credit.
  3. Passes at A ‘Level of G.C.E. or equivalent in Mathematics plus at least one of the following subjects: Physics, Further Mathematics and Chemistry.

Credits in English, in the minor subject, and any other two O/Level subjects selected Arts and Social Science Subjects.

English Language, Mathematics and any other two of Physics, Chemistry, and Computer Science

 

 

 

 

 

C.        B. Sc. (Ed.) Technology Education

 

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B. SC. (Ed.) Technology Education

i. NCE (Technical) with not less than Merit or National Diploma (ND) or Advanced National Technical Certificate (ANTC) with not less than Lower Credit in all filed of Engineering and Technology; NCE with not less than Merit in subject combination of Physics, Computer, Integrated Science, Chemistry and Biology; IJMB with Physics, or Chemistry or Biology as one of the subjects passed. SSCE/WAEC/NECO/NABTEB or its equivalent with Credit passes in Mathematics and English Languages are required.

SSCE/WAEC/NECO/NABTEB with five credits passes in English Language and Mathematics plus three other related subjects (Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Computer, Technical Drawing, Electronics, Auto-Mechanics, Basic Electricity, Metalwork, Woodwork, Building Construction, etc.).

English Language, Mathematics and any other two of Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Computer, Technical Drawing, Electrical/Electronic Auto-Mechanics, Applied Electricity, Metalwork, and Woodwork

 

Details of Undergraduate Courses for B.Sc. (Ed.) Technology Education

 

TED 111:  Introduction to Technology Education                                                       2 Credits

Foundation of technical education, rationale for technical education, history and philosophy of technology education. Areas covered by vocational technical education. Vocational and technical institution and programmes. Career education, vocational and technology education in Nigeria (Prospects for National Development). The role of technology and its impact on educational development. Introduction to technology culture, requirements and expectations, the need for technology education for individual survival in the modern competitive world. 30h (T) C

 

TED 101: Introduction to Metal Working                                                                   2 Credits

Careers in metal work, safety rules and precautions in metal work laboratory. Basic hand tools and processes. Measuring and marking out. 30h (T) C

 

TED 102: Introduction to Woodworking Technology                                                  2 Credits

Description: The course is designed to familiarize students with the nature of wood; chemistry of wood; classification of wood into soft and hard wood; wood defects; hand tools, care and maintenance; annual rings and wood grains.

30h (T) C

TED 103: Building Construction I                                                                       2 Credits

Principles of design and foundation selection; design concepts and development. Constituents and properties of concrete and mortars. Building materials – rocks, stones, soils and clay products. Structural detailing. 30h (T) C

 

TED 104:         Basic Technical Drawing                                                                        2 Credits

Basic drawing tools and equipment; uses and care. Basic drawing board practice. Free-hand sketching principles and processes. Roles of free-hand sketching in designing and communication in workshops. Drawing as a means of communication; Signs; Conventional representation Types of drawing; Lettering; Dimensioning; Construction; Reduction and Enlargement of Basic Geometric Shapes. 15h (T); 45h (P); R.

 

TED 105          Electrical Technology                                                             2 Credits

Nature of electricity, Electrical Units, Resistance and calculations-Ohms law, conductors and insulators, DC and DC circuits, concepts, components, units and theory. Circuit’s analysis, power concepts and use of instruments, unit symbols and abbreviation. 30h (T) C

 

TED 106          Basic Fundamentals of Industrial and Technology Education                2 Credits

Types of industrial technology education at various levels of Nigerian educational system and a few selected countries e.g. Subjects offered in Nigeria schools such as Junior Secondary School (J.S.S) which Basic Technology and Senior Secondary School (S.S.S) Technical subjects such as Technical Drawing, Woodwork, Electronics/Electricity; Technical Colleges – Electrical installation, Painting, Painting and Decoration, etc; Polytechnics – Civil Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, etc. including Vocational Technical Education Courses (Courses Offered at Colleges of Education and Universities). 30h (T) C

 

TED 107            Introduction to Automobile Technology                                                  2 Credits

Chassis: Purpose, Types, and Construction of various vehicle layouts. Engine: Different parts of engines and their functions. Types of Engine, Working principles of spark-ignition; Engine Dismantling; cleaning and assembling of simple components.  The basic principles of automobile engines; its power source, transmission and compression.  30h (T) C

                       

TED 108          Introduction to Electronics                                                                  2 Credits

Thermionic values, semiconductor diodes, Power supplies – Rectification, filters, Amplification, Oscillators, Multivibrators, Radio Transmission and Receptions. 30h (T) C

 

TED 201          Building Construction II                                                                          2 Credits

The course is designed to provide the students with the basic knowledge and skills in construction and finishing of simple building.  The course will include the basic principles and methods of construction of foundation, methods of wall, floor, roof and stairway constructions. Introduction to parties associated with construction, introduction to methods of building (traditional building, conventional building, component building) building trades and roles, construction team and roles. Introduction to structural behavior, structural forces. Design factors in building, construction drawing and tools (site plan, plot plan, foundation plan, the elevations, electrical plan e.t.c.) shelters, sheds, and basic building operations. 30h (T) C

 

TED 202          Metalwork Technology   II                                                         2 Credits

Metal Precision measuring instrument and inspection gauges. Properties of metal, basic metal working processes. Introduction to machine tools. 30 h (T); C

 

 

 

TED 203          Principles of Electricity                                                                        2 Credits

 Measuring Instruments – Moving Iron, moving coil insulation resistance tester, Bells, Extension of Instrument ranges, Direct current generators and motors alternating current generators and motors, starting and control – losses, fault finding IE.E Regulations. 30 h (T); C

 

TED 204          Woodwork Technology II                                                      2 Credits

Carpentry and joinery. Machine wood working techniques; design of works and tools maintenance.

30 h (T); C

 

TED 205          Auto-Engines                                                                2 Credits

Principles of automotive technology. Various types of automobile engines. Types and construction of vehicle chassis and engines. Types of engine cylinder arrangement. Differentiation of petrol and diesel engine, air and water cooled engines. Clutch and gearbox component and operating mechanisms. Functions of propeller shaft and universal joints. Introduction to engine problems, faults diagnosis and maintenance required. Decarburization of cylinder head, engine and valve timing.  30 h (T); C

 

TED  206         Technical Drawing II                                                              2 Credits

Fundamental concepts of pictorial, Isometric and oblique drawings; the characteristics and general application. Orthographic projection in first and third angles, multi-views and dimensioning. 30 h (T); C

 

TED 207:         Subject Methodology 1 (Technology Education)                                 2 Credits

Aims and objectives of teaching a selected subject; approaches to teaching the selected subject, trends in curricular reforms in the selected subject, lesson notes preparation and appropriate peer teaching exercise. 15h (T); 45h (P); C

 

TED 208          Industrial Safety Measures                                                      2 Credits

Safety measures in industrial layouts, accidents prevention, classes of fire and control, use of colours in the in industry in relation to safety. Equipment installation and operation repair and maintenance (types of maintenance). Safe  handling of industrial materials. Pollution control chemicals and storage methods of promoting safety in the industry.

Safety regulations and enforcement strategies. 30 h (T); C

 

TED 209     Electrostatics/ Electromagnetism                                                              2 Credits  

Properties of electrostatics field, conductors in electrostatics field examples of potential difference, magnetic materials and their permeability, laws of electromagnetic induction, inductance, energy in inductors. Maxwell coulombs law.

30 h (T); C

 

TED 210 Teaching Basic Technology in Junior Secondary School                               2 Credits

A careful and analytical consideration of basic technology curriculum. (Merits and Demerits) of various teaching methods e.g (Demonstration, Lecture, Project etc) Difference between curriculum, scheme of work, lesson plan, methods of preparing lesson plan for teaching  technology subjects, working/laboratory preparation and arrangement of material, organization, demonstration technique in laboratory/class, evaluation method in technology based subject. Preparation of instructional materials, classroom organization and student activities. 15h (T); 45h (P); C

 

TED 211            Materials Technology                                                                        2 Credits

Introduction to types of materials for technological applications. Appropriate uses of wood, metals, plastics. Solid , liquid and gases for various technological applications. Ceramics, rubber, glass etc. Knowledge of various sources and properties of ceramics, rubbers and glass; methods of producing ceramics, rubbers and glass from their different sources known, the different constituents of glass and their different functions. 30 h (T); C

                                   

TED 212          Land Surveying                                                                        2 Credits

Instruments for chain surveying, chain surveying procedure, leveling principles and methods of reducing level readings, application of leveling construction, transverse surveying types and uses, chain and compass methods of transverse surveying. Theodolites  types, uses and operation reporting survey findings and inferences. 30 h (T); C

 

TED 213            Students Industrial Work Experience Scheme (SIWES)                    1 Credit

Analysis of out -of- school employment opportunities. Organization and analysis of vocational programmes with emphasis on occupational experience programmes. Programme planning and implementation. Orientation in community based education. Organization of co-operative education programme and on-the job experiences. 15h (T) C

 

TED 214            Students Industrial Work Experience Scheme (SIWES) II                   3 Credits

Student application of the basic principles and practice of organization of occupational experience programmes/students will take part in Students Industrial Work Experience Scheme (SIWES) scheme. ITF or other equivalent .120h (P) C

 

TED 215          Quality Control                                                                                2 Credits

Importance of quality control objectives and philosophy. Methods of control of quality of industrial products. Personnel’s  involved in quality control. Standard test procedures. Application of statistical methods in control of quality in the industry. 30h (T); R

 

TED 216        Management of Technology Education Workshop                                 2 Credits

planning, organizing and management of school workshop, organization structure and behavior principles and techniques of planning, organizing technical activities, manufacturing activities, utilization of resources for production including people; company structure, inventory of materials and tools/equipment, short and long term planning, human relation and industrial psychology, communication. 30h (T); R

 

Automobile Option

 

TED 303          Improvisation of Laboratory Equipment                                               2 Credits 

Identification of typical laboratory equipment and their principle; construction and operation. Methods of replication with available materials.  Design and production of simple laboratory equipment by use of available materials in the workshops. Use of alternative unavailable equipment and instruments (Students are to submit comprehensive typed report). 30h (T) R

 

TED 315          Auto-Technology Fundamentals and Transmission System                 2 Credits

Introduction to operation, construction, and maintenance of clutch and gearbox (manual and automatic). Drive-shaft and transfer, differential and rear axles. Demonstrations on each component required. Functions and construction of transmission system: clutch, gearbox, propeller-shaft, universal-joints and rear-axles. Types of each component: faults, diagnosis and repairs. 30h (T) R

 

TED 317          Engine Lubrication and Cooling System                                            2 Credits

Introduction to engine lubrication and cooling systems. Principles of operations, testing methods, maintenance, service and repairs. Types of cooling and lubrication system. Lubricants: properties and applications in engines, gearboxes. Viscosity, viscosity-index and additives. 30h (T) R

 

TED 319          Fuel System and Carburetion                                                 2 Credits

Fuel system layout and major components. Working principles and fuel pumps. Fuel and air-filter services. Engine fuel chemistry and corporative analysis. Types, construction, operation and servicing of carburetors. Construction and operation of fuel injection system. 30h (T) R

 

TED 310          Auto-Shop Safety and High-Way Code                                               2 Credits

Fundamentals of automobile shop safety to include good and safe auto jacks, free air movement, control of used engine oil on the shop floor. Road signs and highway codes. Attention to manual and electrical signals when driving, proper over taking and parking. Road communication and courtesy. 30h (T) R

 

TED 312          Braking, Steering and Suspension System                             2 Credits

Braking system: methods of actuating the brakes, actuation   mechanisms, servo and power operated brakes. Types of master cylinder. Types, principles and functions of steering mechanisms. Types and functions of suspension system. Wheels and tyres: merits and demerits of tube and tubeless tyres. Principle of wheel alignment and balancing. 30h (T) R

 

TED 313          Architectural Graphics I                                                         3 Credits

Pencil types, uses and sharpening. Scale rule-reading, the scales and application, layout.  Architectural signs and symbols.  Architectural representation of various parts and elements of the building from foundation to the roof, representation of various views of the building fronts, plan, sides, section.  Basic concepts in design-direction of opening of doors and position of doors, level s of floor, beam representation, basic principles of dimensioning and lettering. 15h (T); 45h (P);

 

TED 314          Power Engines                                                                                    2 Credits

Comparison between C.I and S.I engines. Principles of pneumatic, mechanical, hydraulic engines. Injector-pump, injector nozzles, turbo-charger of blowers and super-chargers. 30h (T) R

 

TED 304      Computer Application in Industry/ Technology                            3 Credits

Introduction to the basic principles and use of computer; types of systems used in production / manufacturing-computer aided design, computer numerical control, computer-aided manufacturing system, computer integrated manufacturing, computer controlled tools (equipment). Robotics technology. Advantages and disadvantages of computer use in industry. 15h (T); 45h (P);

 

 

Building Technology      Option      

 

TED 301          Methods of Teaching  Technology Education Courses                            2 Credits 

The learning process, instructional competence, teaching methods, curriculum, syllabus, scheme of work, lesson plan basic consideration. Learning theories and lesson analysis. Lesson plan and instructional delivery systems. Typical arrangement of a multipurpose technology work shop. Writing objectives in technology education. Blooms taxonomy of education. Evaluation models formative, summative and ultimate. Product and process evaluation, shops and laboratory management. 15h (T); C

 

TED 302          Occupational Analysis                                                                              2 Credits

Analysis –needs and uses, operation-basic analysis. Division of work-major/minor divisions, related information. Analysis and cause of study, vehicle of instruction, progress charts, instruction sheets, operation, assignment and information sheets. Dictionary of occupational titles. 30h (T) R

 

TED 303          Improvisation of Laboratory Equipment                                                  2 Credits 

Identification of typical laboratory equipment and their principle; construction and operation. Methods of replication with available materials.  Design and production of simple laboratory equipment by use of available materials in the workshops. Use of alternative unavailable equipment and instruments (Students are to submit comprehensive typed report). 30h (T) R

 

 

TED 304      Computer Application in Industry/ Technology                             3Credits

Introduction to the basic principles and use of computer; types of systems used in production/ manufacturing-computer aided design, computer numerical control, computer-aided manufacturing system, computer integrated manufacturing, computer controlled tools (equipment). Robotics technology. Advantages and disadvantages of computer use in industry 15h (T); 45h (P);

 

TED 305          Introduction to Industrial Economics                                                   2 Credits

Basic Economic concepts and economic institutions, national income and employment analysis, business illustration, labour and collective bargaining, source and application of fund, cost control, evaluation, depreciation replacement theory. Break even analysis: Linear models, including dumping and production above normal capacity, non-linear models. Time value of money: Reasons for charging, interest, simple interest, compound interest, nominal and effective interest rate, cash flow diagrams, compound interest, formulas and factors: Derivation of P/F, F/P, A/A, F/A and graduate series factors (P/G etc) deferred annuities, capital recovery, continuous compounding. Basic method of evaluating a single proposal; present worth, annual worth, future worth, internal rate of return, pay-out period etc. decision making among alternative proposals; present worth, annual worth, future worth, internal rate of return, pay-out period, etc Depreciation; concept and reason for depreciation of assets, depreciation as an expense; depreciation methods (straight line, sum-of the years digit, declining balance); switching between depreciation methods. Equipment replacement analysis, reasons for replacement of assets (economic advantage, technological obsolescence, expensive maintenance, etc) basic replacement model. After- tax economic analysis: effects of taxes on economic analysis.  

30h (T) R

 

TED 306          Engineering Drawing                                                                                 3 Credits

Surface development of cubes, prisms, pyramids, cones etc; Perspective drawing conic sections, frustum- identification and construction of shapes orthographic projection – principles of first and third angle projections, isometric projection, sectional views, surface development, auxiliary views, perspective projection, oblique projection, Machine-drawing – piston, crankshaft, Nuts, screws, cams and gears. Fasteners and locking devices; true lengths,. Development of flat and curved surfaces- true length, rotating shafts, Keys and keyways-couplings- universal joints. Cylindrical cam, -machine tool cam. Involutes gears, Assembly drawings, working drawings. Helix, cycloid, involutes, Archimedean spiral etc. 15h (T); 45h (P),  C, for  Metalwork and Automobile Majors,  R, for other Options

 

TED 313          Architectural Graphics I                                                                     3 Credits

Pencil types, uses and sharpening. Scale rule-reading, the scales and application, layout.  Architectural signs and symbols.  Architectural representation of various parts and elements of the building from foundation to the roof, representation of various views of the building fronts, plan, sides, section.  Basic concepts in design-direction of opening of doors and position of doors, level s of floor, beam representation, basic principles of dimensioning and lettering. 15h (T); 45h (P);

 

TED 320          Building Construction                                                                     2 Credits

Excavation, soil survey: foundation, site explore trial pits and boreholes, soil classification, grading components classification of concrete foundation, detailing of reinforcement, preparation of bar bending schedule, layout of reinforcement, damp proof course, core floors, materials and purposes, basic substructure operation. 30h (T) C

 

TED 321        Building Services                                                                                      2 Credits

Drainage and sewage drawings and construction - open and close drainage and sewage testing , design, inspection, maintenance terms and applications, plumbing, water supply, treatment, electrical installation, lift installation and security service, fire risks and fighting. 30h (T) C

 

TED 322      Building Construction Super structures                                                     2 Credits

Basic superstructure operations, Bonds; manufacture of wall materials, types of walls, doors, windows, lintel, columns and beams, staircases, roofs ceiling, site construction. (Theory and practice) Doors and windows schedules.

30h (T) C

 

TED 323       Building Finishes                                                                                      2 Credits

Wall plastering, Rendering, painting and decoration, materials  tyro lean floor finishes- materials grading, mixing, construction methods, filing, ceiling finishes stair finishes, roof finishes. 30h (T) C

 

TED 324          Building Materials                                                                       2 Credits

Timber for building types, properties, conversion, preservation, uses of stones for building types, uses of terrazzo, marble, ceramics etc. brick and blocks, cement and concrete, setting, manufacture, components, materials for building, rubber and plastics etc. 30h (T) C

 

TED 325          Building Environments and Man                                                            2 Credits

The course is designed to equip the students with the necessary knowledge and skills that will enable them to teach and undertake the construction of simple buildings and the values of building environment to man including the aesthetics, convenience and the comfort that buildings provide. This will include planning, organization and preparation of site for simple projects. 30h (T) C

 

Electrical / Electronic     Option

 

TED 301          Methods of Teaching Technology Education Courses                        2 Credits 

The learning process, instructional competence, teaching methods, curriculum, syllabus, scheme of work, lesson plan basic consideration. Learning theories and lesson analysis. Lesson plan and instructional delivery systems. Typical arrangement of a multipurpose technology work shop. Writing objectives in technology education. Blooms taxonomy of education. Evaluation models formative, summative and ultimate. Product and process evaluation, shops and laboratory management. 15h (T); R

 

TED 302          Occupational Analysis                                                                 2 Credits

Analysis –needs and uses operation-basic analysis. Division of work-major/minor divisions, related information. Analysis and cause of study, vehicle of instruction, progress charts, instruction sheets, operation, assignment and information sheets. Dictionary of occupational titles. 30h (T) R

 

 

TED 303          Improvisation of Laboratory Equipment                               -   2 Credits 

Identification of typical laboratory equipment and their principle; construction and operation. Methods of replication with available materials.  Design and production of simple laboratory equipment by use of available materials in the workshops. Use of alternative unavailable equipment and instruments (Students are to submit comprehensive typed report). 30h (T) R

 

TED 304      Computer Application in Industry/ Technology    3Credits

Introduction to the basic principles and use of computer; types of systems used in production/ manufacturing-computer aided design, computer numerical control, computer-aided manufacturing system, computer integrated manufacturing, computer controlled tools (equipment). Robotics technology. Advantages and disadvantages of computer use in industry 15h (T); 45h (P);

 

TED 305     Introduction to Industrial Economics                                             2 Credits

 

Basic Economic concepts and economic institutions, national income and employment analysis, business illustration, labour and collective bargaining, source and application of fund, cost control, evaluation, depreciation replacement theory. Break even analysis: Linear models, including dumping and production above normal capacity, non-linear models. Time value of money: Reasons for charging, interest, simple interest, compound interest, nominal and effective interest rate, cash flow diagrams, compound interest, formulas and factors: Derivation of P/F, F/P, A/A, F/A and graduate series factors (P/G etc) deferred annuities, capital recovery, continuous compounding. Basic method of evaluating a single proposal; present worth, annual worth, future worth, internal rate of return, pay-out period etc. decision making among alternative proposals; present worth, annual worth, future worth, internal rate of return, pay-out period, etc Depreciation; concept and reason for depreciation of assets, depreciation as an expense; depreciation methods (straight line, sum-of the years digit, declining balance); switching between depreciation methods. Equipment replacement analysis, reasons for replacement of assets (economic advantage, technological obsolescence, expensive maintenance, etc) basic replacement model. After- tax economic analysis: effects of taxes on economic analysis.   30h (T) R

 

TED 306          Engineering Drawing                                                                             3 Credits

Surface development of cubes, prisms, pyramids, cones etc; Perspective drawing conic sections, frustum- identification and construction of shapes orthographic projection – principles of first and third angle projections, isometric projection, sectional views, surface development, auxiliary views, perspective projection, oblique projection, Machine-drawing – piston, crankshaft, Nuts, screws, cams and gears. Fasteners and locking devices;

true lengths,. Development of flat and curved surfaces- true length, rotating shafts, Keys and keyways-couplings- universal joints. Cylindrical cam, -machine tool cam. Involutes gears, Assembly drawings, working drawings. Helix, cycloid, involutes, Archimedean spiral etc. 15h (T); 45h (P),  C, for  Metalwork and Automobile Majors,  R, for other Options

 

TED 313          Architectural Graphics I                                                                     3 Credits

Pencil types, uses and sharpening. Scale rule-reading, the scales and application, layout.  Architectural signs and symbols.  Architectural representation of various parts and elements of the building from foundation to the roof, representation of various views of the building fronts, plan, sides, section.  Basic concepts in design-direction of opening of doors and position of doors, level s of floor, beam representation, basic principles of dimensioning and lettering. 15h (T); 45h (P);

 

TED 330          Electrical Machines                                                                  2 Credits

Principles of operation and construction. Types (DC and AC) and application, single and poly phase machines. Construction and operational principles, types e.g. DC and dc motors etc. series, compound and about motors and the applications, inductive motors, motor stating circuits. Principles of construction, types and functions of transformers. Iron and copper losses and their control, transformer cooling systems. Power factor corrections and transformer efficiency. Current and voltage transformers and their applications. 30h (T) C

 

TED 331          Electrical Power Machines                                                         2 Credits

Power and supply systems, economics of system (current and voltage relationships in a transmission line) substation distribution, booster transformers, switch gears, power utilization. Detailed study of main features of DC machines. Generated e.m.f and terminal voltage speed/torque, characteristics of generators/motors, installing lamp High voltage lamps, public address systems and alarm system. 30h (T) C

 

TED 322          Semiconductor Devices                                                             2 Credits

Detailed treatment of semi conductors material, (types and operation) dropping, single and multistage amplifiers BJT operation, characteristics and equivalent circuits. 30h (T) C

 

. TED 333        Electrical Measurements and Instrumentation                         2 Credits

Principles of operation, uses and care of various electrical and electronics measuring instruments both analogue and digital. Such as moving coiled motors, electrostatics voltmeters, dynamometers, etc.

30h (T) C

 

TED 334          Electrical Installation    II                                                        2 Credits

Safety and fundamental knowledge and experiences required to function and survive within and outside the workshop while handling electrical tools and equipment. Formularization with use and care of installation tools. Electrical regulations and its importance in electrical installation. Electricity conductors and insulators. Cable- size, types, selection, joints, and maintenance. Lighting sub-circuits in domestic buildings, wiring systems generally. PVC insulated and sheathed systems, sheathed cable in wood casing, faults, protective devices- diversity factor, rating factor, fuse, circuit breakers, earthing etc. 30h (T) E

                                       

TED 335          Electrical Communication Network                                        2 Credits

Telephone – basic transmission theory, the construction of telephone cables (internal and external), the effect of cables on analogue and digital signals. Function and trunk circuits. Mobile systems example, ship radio, telephone, satellite dishes. Data transmission Telegraphy, Multiplex systems, Radio transmission – propagation of radio, radio receivers. Logic circuits, switching logic, digital mathematics logic circuit, synthesis, electronic switches and memory devices.    30h (T) C

                                                               

TED 336          Radios and Television Servicing                                                          2 Credits

Radio waves, propagation and transmission of radio waves. Reflection/refraction, amplitude modulation and frequency modulation. Crystal controlled transmission, multiplexing principles of the television sound and picture. Principle of colour television and general principle of receivers. Radio transmission/ reception. 30h (T) C

 

Metal work Option

 

TED 301          Methods of Teaching  Technology Education Courses                          2 Credits 

The learning process, instructional competence, teaching methods, curriculum, syllabus, scheme of work, lesson plan basic consideration. Learning theories and lesson analysis. Lesson plan and instructional delivery systems. Typical arrangement of a multipurpose technology work shop. Writing objectives in technology education. Blooms taxonomy of education. Evaluation models formative, summative and ultimate. Product and process evaluation, shops and laboratory management. 15h (T); R

 

TED 302          Occupational Analysis                                                                 2 Credits

Analysis –needs and uses, operation-basic analysis. Division of work-major/minor divisions, related information. Analysis and cause of study, vehicle of instruction, progress charts, instruction sheets, operation, assignment and information sheets. Dictionary of occupational titles. 30h (T) R

 

TED 303          Improvisation of Laboratory Equipment                                               2 Credits 

Identification of typical laboratory equipment and their principle; construction and operation. Methods of replication with available materials.  Design and production of simple laboratory equipment by use of available materials in the workshops. Use of alternative unavailable equipment and instruments (Students are to submit comprehensive typed report). 30h (T) R

 

TED 304      Computer Application in Industry/ Technology                             3Credits

Introduction to the basic principles and use of computer; types of systems used in production / manufacturing-computer aided design, computer numerical control, computer-aided manufacturing system, computer integrated manufacturing, computer controlled tools (equipment). Robotics technology. Advantages and disadvantages of computer use in industry 15h (T); 45h (P);

 

TED 305     Introduction to Industrial Economics                                              2 Credits

Basic Economic concepts and economic institutions, national income and employment analysis, business illustration, labour and collective bargaining, source and application of fund, cost control, evaluation, depreciation replacement theory. Break even analysis: Linear models, including dumping and production above normal capacity, non-linear models. Time value of money: Reasons for charging, interest, simple interest, compound interest, nominal and effective interest rate, cash flow diagrams, compound interest, formulas and factors: Derivation of P/F, F/P, A/A, F/A and graduate series factors (P/G etc) deferred annuities, capital recovery, continuous compounding. Basic method of evaluating a single proposal; present worth, annual worth, future worth, internal rate of return, pay-out period etc. decision making among alternative proposals; present worth, annual worth, future worth, internal rate of return, pay-out period, etc Depreciation; concept and reason for depreciation of assets, depreciation as an expense; depreciation methods (straight line, sum-of the years digit, declining balance); switching between depreciation methods. Equipment replacement analysis, reasons for replacement of assets (economic advantage, technological obsolescence, expensive maintenance, etc) basic replacement model. After- tax economic analysis: effects of taxes on economic analysis.  

30h (T) R

 

TED 306          Engineering Drawing                                                                                 3 Credits

Surface development of cubes, prisms, pyramids, cones etc; Perspective drawing conic sections, frustum- identification and construction of shapes orthographic projection – principles of first and third angle projections, isometric projection, sectional views, surface development, auxiliary views, perspective projection, oblique projection, Machine-drawing – piston, crankshaft, Nuts, screws, cams and gears. Fasteners and locking devices;  true lengths,. Development of flat and curved surfaces- true length, rotating shafts, Keys and keyways-couplings- universal joints. Cylindrical cam, -machine tool cam. Involutes gears, Assembly drawings, working drawings. Helix, cycloid, involutes, Archimedean spiral etc. 15h (T); 45h (P),  C, for  Metalwork and Automobile Majors,  R, for other Options

 

TED 313          Architectural Graphics I                                                                     3 Credits

Pencil types, uses and sharpening, scale rule-reading, the scales and application, layout.  Architectural signs and symbols.  Architectural representation of various parts and elements of the building from foundation to the roof, representation of various views of the building fronts, plan, sides, section.  Basic concepts in design-direction of opening of doors and position of doors, level s of floor, beam representation, basic principles of dimensioning and lettering.  45h (P);

 

TED 340          Welding Processes                                                                   2 Credits

Science and practice of gas and arc welding. Joint designs, welding symbols. Brazing and soldering processes. Testing of welds and metallurgy of welding. Advanced welding processes/techniques of manual inert gas (MIG), Tungsten Inert Gas (TIG) and plasma. Arc Welding of non-famous metals. Heat treatment processes.   30h (T) R

 

 

 

TED 341             Mechanics of Machine                                                                        2 Credits

Bearing: types, fitting, removing and maintenance

Clutch: types and main parts, principles of operation, principles of bearing,, clutch, gears, axle, etc, common causes of failure and their maintenance. Power Transmission: Belts, chains and gear, principle of operation and maintenance

Lubrication:  Functions and properties. Types of lubricants. Function of additives, plant handling, uses of inclined plane, lift and crane. 30h (T) R

 

TED 342           Manufacturing Process    (Metals)                                                       2 Credits

Understanding of mass production including automatic processes and procedures, jigs and fixtures, interchangeable parts, time and motion study, economics of scale, quality control flow of materials, limits and fits, precision measuring equipment production-general procedure in producing typical metal products-design, estimating and purchasing of materials, and stages involved in changing the materials to a finished product. 30h (T) R

 

TED 343          Elements of Design                                                                               2 Credits

The philosophy and practice of mechanical design, and nature of design activity, the design process,- identification, definition, form, analysis, optimization, evaluation and presentation. Factors affecting design-strength, materials, aesthetics, costs, etc. introduction to design for manufacture, standard machine. Elements and production techniques,  case study and projection. 30h (T) R

 

TED 344          Foundry Technology                                                                             2 Credits

Foundry tools, equipment and processes, pattern, materials designs and making. Safety in casting power metallurgy. Various metal casting processes. 30h (T) R

 

TED 345              Machine Operation I                                                              2 Credits

Skills of operations and safety precautions regarding workshop power machines in doing jobs. Power Hack saw: its operation and use for cutting. The Drill Press:  its operation and drilling procedure. The main parts of the drill press. Lathe operations: facing, turning between centers, centre drilling, boring etc. care and maintenance of each machine. Safety rules and precaution in the use of power machines. The names and functions of the main parts of the machines should be studied. 30h (T) R

 

TED  346         Machine Tool Processes I                                                        2 Credits

Basic lathe work and milling operations. Safety precautions and maintenance of machine tools. Work holding techniques, jigs and fixtures. 30h (T) R

 

TED 347     Machine Tool Processes II                                                            2 Credits

Principles and techniques involve in advanced traditional machine operations. Non-traditional machine processes. Computer application in the operation of machines. 30h (T) R

 

Wood work Technology Option

 

TED 301                      Methods of Teaching  Technology Education Courses                        2 Credits 

The learning process, instructional competence, teaching methods, curriculum, syllabus, scheme of work, lesson plan basic consideration. Learning theories and lesson analysis. Lesson plan and instructional delivery systems. Typical arrangement of a multipurpose technology work shop. Writing objectives in technology education. Blooms taxonomy of education. Evaluation models formative, summative and ultimate. Product and process evaluation, shops and laboratory management. 15h (T); R

 

 

 

TED 302                      Occupational Analysis                                                      2 Credits

Analysis –needs and uses, operation-basic analysis. Division of work-major/minor divisions, related information. Analysis and cause of study, vehicle of instruction, progress charts, instruction sheets, operation, assignment and information sheets. Dictionary of occupational titles. 30h (T) R

 

TED 303          Improvisation of Laboratory Equipment                                               2 Credits 

Identification of typical laboratory equipment and their principle; construction and operation. Methods of replication with available materials.  Design and production of simple laboratory equipment by use of available materials in the workshops. Use of alternative unavailable equipment and instruments (Students are to submit comprehensive typed report). 30h (T) R

 

TED 304           Computer Application in Industry/ Technology                                  3 Credits

Introduction to the basic principles and use of computer; types of systems used in production/ manufacturing-computer aided design, computer numerical control, computer-aided manufacturing system, computer integrated manufacturing, computer controlled tools (equipment). Robotics technology. Advantages and disadvantages of computer use in industry 45h (P);

 

TED 305          Introduction to Industrial Economics                                                  2 Credits

Basic Economic concepts and economic institutions, national income and employment analysis, business illustration, labour and collective bargaining, source and application of fund, cost control, evaluation, depreciation replacement theory. Break even analysis: Linear models, including dumping and production above normal capacity, non-linear models. Time value of money: Reasons for charging, interest, simple interest, compound interest, nominal and effective interest rate, cash flow diagrams, compound interest, formulas and factors: Derivation of P/F, F/P, A/A, F/A and graduate series factors (P/G etc) deferred annuities, capital recovery, continuous compounding. Basic method of evaluating a single proposal; present worth, annual worth, future worth, internal rate of return, pay-out period etc. decision making among alternative proposals; present worth, annual worth, future worth, internal rate of return, pay-out period, etc Depreciation; concept and reason for depreciation of assets, depreciation as an expense; depreciation methods (straight line, sum-of the years digit, declining balance); switching between depreciation methods. Equipment replacement analysis, reasons for replacement of assets (economic advantage, technological obsolescence, expensive maintenance, etc.) basic replacement model. After- tax economic analysis: effects of taxes on economic analysis.   30h (T) R

 

TED 306          Engineering Drawing                                                                                 3 Credits

Surface development of cubes, prisms, pyramids, cones etc; Perspective drawing conic sections, frustum- identification and construction of shapes orthographic projection – principles of first and third angle projections, isometric projection, sectional views, surface development, auxiliary views, perspective projection, oblique projection, Machine-drawing – piston, crankshaft, Nuts, screws, cams and gears. Fasteners and locking devices; true lengths,. Development of flat and curved surfaces- true length, rotating shafts, Keys and keyways-couplings- universal joints. Cylindrical cam, -machine tool cam. Involutes gears, Assembly drawings, working drawings. Helix, cycloid, involutes, Archimedean spiral etc. 15h (T); 45h (P), C, for  Metalwork and Automobile Majors,  R, for other Options

 

TED 313          Architectural Graphics I                                                                     3 Credits

Pencil types, uses and sharpening . scale rule-reading, the scales and application, layout.  Architectural signs and symbols.  Architectural representation of various parts and elements of the building from foundation to the roof, representation of various views of the building fronts, plan, sides, section.  Basic concepts in design-direction of opening of doors and position of doors, level s of floor, beam representation, basic principles of dimensioning and lettering. 15h (T); 45h (P);

 

 

 

TED 350          Introduction to Wood work Practice                                                       2 Credits

Design and construction of simple living room furniture (use of machines and hand tools). 30h (T) R

 

TED 351          Manufacturing Processes (Wood work)                                                    2 Credits

Understanding manufacturing process in woodworking industry ; elements of furniture manufacturing such as design principles and elements ; basic processes of design development, planning and construction, general procedure in manufacturing furniture items. Mass production of furniture items, Mass production in school workshop, students will be required to design and produce furniture items embodying carcase and frame construction. It will also involve understanding of elementary upholstery- upholstery tools and materials, making of padded seats and chairs and furniture. 30h (T) R

 

TED 352          Machines (Woodwork Technology)                                        2 Credits

Powered tools- power hand planes, route planes, jig saw, portable powered saw, orbital sander, belt sander, drill press and spray gun. Design and construction of stools, chairs, tables, cabinets, cupboard, etc.  abrasives, abrading and adhesives. 30h (T) R

 

TED 353          Structural fittings and Fixtures                                                           2 Credits

Ironmongery in wood construction technology and building technology to include soak away, septic tank, basic plumbing and general construction. 30h (T) R

 

TED 354          Advanced Woodwork Technology                                           2 Credits

Carpentry and joinery and machine wood working techniques with emphasis of design work and maintenance of tools. 30h (T) R

 

TED 355          Wood Finishes                                                                         2 Credits

Up to date hand and powered methods of finishing and advanced normal techniques. There will also be laboratory work on difficult finishes. 30h (T) R

 

TED 356   Tools and Devices                                                                                        2 Credits

Woodworking tools and equipment used in school workshop operations, portable powered tools, their uses and safety precautions.  30h (T) R

 

 

TED 499          Research Project in Technology Education                             4 Credits

Research project on topic in Education; selected and carried out under the guidance of a supervisor in the Department; Collection, analysis and interpretation of data for an empirical, historical or expository research; Writing and submission of bound type written report; student who so desire may be permitted to carry out the project in the department of their major teaching subject. 180h (P); C

 

Automobile Option

 

TED 401          Entrepreneurship in Technology Education                            2 Credits

 

What is entrepreneurship? Who is an entrepreneur? Risks and rewards of entrepreneurship. Requirements and procedure for the establishment of a business in Nigeria. Small business success. Small business management  problem related to businesses in your area of specialization. Entrepreneurship challenges in your profession.

 30h (T); R

 

 

 

 

TED 402          Administration of Technology Education                                            2 Credits

Study of the philosophical, historical, social and psychological foundations underlying the organization, Administration and teaching of technology and practical arts education. Examination of existing patterns in Nigeria.

30h (T); R

 

TED 403          Emergent Problems in Technology Education                                    2 Credits

A retrospect of technical education in Nigeria. Analysis, discussions and possible solutions to: Issue of identity of technical education in Nigeria, low status and recognition. Merger and demerger of technical education from science and general education, facilities, problem management/administrative problems in vocational and technical education. The issue of funding for technical education, instructional and teacher training problems. Curriculum issues, evaluating problems. Government policies, legislation and implementation. Drift of technical teachers to the industries, problems of students industrial work experience programme.  Technical education for the handicapped; research and development in technical education. The issue of basic technology a critical analysis. Quality issues in vocational and technical education. Maintenance culture in factory and laboratory management of resources.

30h (T); E

 

TED 404            Introduction to Financial Management                                   2 Credits

Introduction: Definition, Function, Elements and Problems of Financial Management, Working capital management: inventory management, receivable management, cash management and management of accounts payables. Source of Fund, Specialized areas of finance, investment appraisal, Decision-making, Risk and uncertainty, financial analyses, Budget and Budgeting. 30h (T); E

 

TED 405           Management of Industrial Laboratory                                                2 Credits

 Principles and Practices involved in the planning, organizing and control of school laboratories; responsibility of the school administrator and the teacher, selection and purchase of machine tools, equipment and materials; maintenance storage and control of machines. 30h (T); E

                       

TED 406           Course Construction for Technology Education                       2 Credits    

A competency based and individualized approach to principles of course construction for technology education. Planning and preparing philosophical basis for instructional programmes. Techniques for selecting and organizing the essential materials for a course. Analysis for jobs and operation to determine the skills and related technical information needed for the processes of determining the course content. Writing and organizing the course of study, scheme of work and other instructional plans. 30h (T); E

 

TED 410          Compression Ignition Engines                                                            2 Credits

Compression ignition engines: four and two stroke cycles, merits and demerits. Types of combustion chambers and principles of operation of injector, pumps and nozzles. 30h (T); C

 

TED 411          Thermodynamics                                                                    2 Credits

Principles of thermodynamics and internal combustion engines. Comparison of S.I. and C.I combustion engines. Theoretical engine cycles, fuel. Engine performance and efficiency. Basic definitions of primary and derived quantities.  The concept of system boundary: energy, work and heat; laws of thermodynamics. Thermodynamics temperature scale. Reversibility and irreversibility concepts internal energy, enthalpy and entropy. Real fluids: properties, processes, mechanical and thermal efficiencies. 30h (T); C

 

TED 412          Auto-Workshop Practice                                                        2Credits

Engine re-conditioning and testing, use of cylinder-boring, honing machines. Uses of exhaust gas analysis, dwell-meter, vacuum-gauge, compression-gauge, stroboscopic tinning-light. Precision measurement of engine components (dial-indicator, vernier calipers, fault diagnosis and repairs, use of sensor and scan tools). 30h (T); C

 

TED 413          Auto-Electrical System and Air Conditioning                        2 Credits

Construction, principles, functions of auto-mobile batteries. Starting system, charging system, ignition system and electrical accessories. Principles of refrigeration. Auto-air conditioning: main components and functions. 30h (T); C

 

TED 430          Practical Project                                                                                  3 Credits

A practical project should be designed early in the beginning of the final year and should be executed within the full session. The design should be innovative design of educational and technical value that could be replacement of some imported technology.  A well written report should be submitted along with drawings, sketches, photographs and other graphic representations or models as necessary. 135h (P); C      

 

Building Technology Option

 

TED 401          Entrepreneurship in Technology Education                           2 Credits

What is entrepreneurship? Who is an entrepreneur? Risks and rewards of entrepreneurship. Requirements and procedure for the establishment of a business in Nigeria. Small business success. Small business management  problem related to businesses in your area of specialization. Entrepreneurship challenges in your profession.

 30h (T); R

 

TED 402          Administration of Technology Education                                            2 Credits

Study of the philosophical, historical, social and psychological foundations underlying the organization, Administration and teaching of technology and practical arts education. Examination of existing patterns in Nigeria. 30h (T); R

 

TED 403          Emergent Problems in Technology Education                                    2 Credits

A retrospect of technical education in Nigeria. Analysis, discussions and possible solutions to: Issue of identity of technical education in Nigeria, low status and recognition. Merger and demerger of technical education from science and general education, facilities, problem management/administrative problems in vocational and technical education. The issue of funding for technical education, instructional and teacher training problems. Curriculum issues, evaluating problems. Government policies, legislation and implementation. Drift of technical teachers to the industries, problems of students industrial work experience programme.  Technical education for the handicapped; research and development in technical education. The issue of basic technology a critical analysis. Quality issues in vocational and technical education. Maintenance culture in factory and laboratory management of resources. 30h (T); E

 

TED 404            Introduction to Financial Management                                               2 Credits

Introduction: Definition, Function, Elements and Problems of Financial Management, Working capital management: inventory management, receivable management, cash management and management of accounts payables. Source of Fund, Specialized areas of finance, investment appraisal, Decision-making, Risk and uncertainty, financial analyses, Budget and Budgeting. 30h (T); E

 

TED 405           Management of Industrial Laboratory                                                2 Credits

 Principles and Practices involved in the planning, organizing and control of school laboratories; responsibility of the school administrator and the teacher, selection and purchase of machine tools, equipment and materials; maintenance storage and control of machines. 30h (T); E

 

 

 

TED 406           Course Construction for Technology Education                      2 Credits    

A competency based and individualized approach to principles of course construction for technology education. Planning and preparing philosophical basis for instructional programmes. Techniques for selecting and organizing the essential materials for a course. Analysis for jobs and operation to determine the skills and related technical information needed for the processes of determining the course content. Writing and organizing the course of study, scheme of work and other instructional plans. 30h (T); E

 

TED 421          Advance Building Technologies                                                            2 Credits

Maintenance, renovation and alterations in building including electrical, plumbing and structural faults and remedies, repairs and preventive measures. Administration and management of building construction sites, contracts and contracts and contracting-concepts and tendering, type and procedure. The Portland cement, types, characteristics and uses including laboratory tests for setting time, soundness, firmness, chemical composition test for concrete – strength, compression, tensile. Reinforcement in concrete. Pre and post tensioning of concrete structure, framed roof trusses in steel and timber. Pre-fab construction. 30h (T); C

 

TED 422          Maintenance Technologies in Building                                              2 Credits

Term used in building maintenance geological faults which cause defects in foundation of building; effect of foundation failure on the walls defects in brick, sand-crate wall, block wall, masonry wall and penetrating damp on structure and fabric e.g walls, floors, roofs e.t.c. 30h (T); C

 

TED 423           Architectural Graphics II                                                        2 Credits

Drawing instruments, tools and equipment. Presentation drawing (isometric, oblique and perspective) projection plan, block plan, site plan, front elevation, rear elevation, right side elevation, left side elevation, roof plan, water fall, assess road, e.t.c) sectioning and Architectural model. 30h (T); C

 

TED 430          Practical Project                                                                                  3 Credits

A practical project should be designed early in the beginning of the final year and should be executed within the full session. The design should be innovative design of educational and technical value that could be replacement of some imported technology.  A well written report should be submitted along with drawings, sketches, photographs and other graphic representations or models as necessary. 135h (P); C      

 

DET 499          Project                                                                                                4 Credits

Each student under the guidance of an approved supervisor is required to conduct research in an approved area by the Department, culminating in the submission of a project. 180h (P); C

 

Electrical/Electronic Option

 

TED 401          Entrepreneurship in Technology Education                           2 Credits

What is entrepreneurship? Who is an entrepreneur? Risks and rewards of entrepreneurship. Requirements and procedure for the establishment of a business in Nigeria. Small business success. Small business management  problem related to businesses in your area of specialization. Entrepreneurship challenges in your profession.

30h (T); R

 

TED 402          Administration of Technology Education                                            2 Credits

Study of the philosophical, historical, social and psychological foundations underlying the organization, Administration and teaching of technology and practical arts education. Examination of existing patterns in Nigeria

30h (T); R

 

 

TED 403          Emergent Problems in Technology Education                                    2 Credits

A retrospect of technical education in Nigeria. Analysis, discussions and possible solutions to: Issue of identity of technical education in Nigeria, low status and recognition. Merger and demerger of technical education from science and general education, facilities, problem management/administrative problems in vocational and technical education. The issue of funding for technical education, instructional and teacher training problems. Curriculum issues, evaluating problems. Government policies, legislation and implementation. Drift of technical teachers to the industries, problems of students industrial work experience programme.  Technical education for the handicapped; research and development in technical education. The issue of basic technology a critical analysis. Quality issues in vocational and technical education. Maintenance culture in factory and laboratory management of resources.

30h (T); E

 

TED 404       Introduction to Financial Management                                                   2 Credits

Introduction: Definition, Function, Elements and Problems of Financial Management, Working capital management: inventory management, receivable management, cash management and management of accounts payables. Source of Fund, Specialized areas of finance, investment appraisal, Decision-making, Risk and uncertainty, financial analyses, Budget and Budgeting. 30h (T); E

 

                       

TED 405           Management of Industrial Laboratory                                                2 Credits

 Principles and Practices involved in the planning, organizing and control of school laboratories; responsibility of the school administrator and the teacher, selection and purchase of machine tools, equipment and materials; maintenance storage and control of machines. 30h (T); E

                                                                                         

TED 406           Course Construction for Technology Education                      2 Credits    

A competency based and individualized approach to principles of course construction for technology education. Planning and preparing philosophical basis for instructional programmes. Techniques for selecting and organizing the essential materials for a course. Analysis for jobs and operation to determine the skills and related technical information needed for the processes of determining the course content. Writing and organizing the course of study, scheme of work and other instructional plans. 30h (T); E

 

TED 430          Practical Project                                                                                  3 Credits

A practical project should be designed early in the beginning of the final year and should be executed within the full session. The design should be innovative design of educational and technical value that could be replacement of some imported technology.  A well written report should be submitted along with drawings, sketches, photographs and other graphic representations or models as necessary. 135h (P); C      

 

TED 431          Electronic Technologies                                                           2 Credits

Transistors as an amplifier, biasing arrangements, classes of amplifier (A, B, and C), push pull, and complimentary circuits, amplifier coupling methods, operational amplifiers, impedance matching, integrated circuits, field effect transistors,  uni-junction transistors, measuring instrument, oscilloscope, ammeter, voltmeter , multi-meter and transistor tester. Transducers – microphone, loudspeakers, photosensitive devices, and photograph pick up. Electric control circuits,- definition and remote control    for doors and T.V.   Negative and positive feedback, oscillators, multi-vibrators, and logic circuits. 30h (T); C

 

TED 432          Electronic Communications Network                                                 2 Credits

Basic principle of electronics communication, amplitude modulation FM band systems, waveguide, ionosphere/troposphere, Dipole/antenna, reflectors/directors, MW propagation. 30h (T); C

 

 

 

TED 433          Transmission and Generation of Electricity                                         2 Credits

Types of generating hydro-electric, thermal, solar and nuclear power Plants

Transmission parameters, selection of transmission voltage principles of transmission conductors and insulators their properties and use. Over head lines, supports, wood and concrete poles, pylons, consumer service and distribution. General layout from generation to consumer. 30h (T); C

 

TED 434          Electrical Installation II                                                                        2 Credits

Conduit installations –for light and heavy gauge conduits, aluminum conductors, non-metallic conduits, advantages, disadvantages, and applications of each. Installation in industrial and commercial buildings. Switching controls-master switches, series-and parallel switches. Three-heat switches, inductive circuit switches.  30h (T); C

 

TED 435          Digital Electronics                                                                                2 Credits

The number system, logic symbols, functions and conventions; basic Boolean operations; integrated logic circuits, flip-flops and latches; counters, shift register, and shift register counters, computer arithmetic; interfacing. Industrial visitation is one of the requirements to earn a grade in this course.

30h (T); C

 

TED 436          Electrical Drafting                                                                   2 Credits

Electrical symbols, design of lighting features in buildings, costing estimating. Electrical regulatory bodies. The IEE Regulations, method of installing High voltage lamps, public address systems, alarm systems. 30h (T); C

 

TED 437          Radio and Television                                                               2 Credits

Electronic Communication systems, modulation and demodulation, RF & IF amplifiers, Transmission and propagation or electromagnetic waves AM & FM receivers, television fundamentals, pictures transmission colour standards trouble-shooting and servicing of radio and television receivers. 30h (T); C

 

DET 499          Project                                                                                    4 Credits

Each student under the guidance of an approved supervisor is required to conduct research in an approved area by the Department, culminating in the submission of a project. 180h (P); C

 

Metalwork  Technology Option

 

TED 401          Entrepreneurship in Technology Education                            2 Credits

What is entrepreneurship? Who is an entrepreneur? Risks and rewards of entrepreneurship. Requirements and procedure for the establishment of a business in Nigeria. Small business success. Small business management  problem related to businesses in your area of specialization. Entrepreneurship challenges in your profession. 30h (T); R

 

TED 402          Administration of Technology Education                                            2 Credits

Study of the philosophical, historical, social and psychological foundations underlying the organization, Administration and teaching of technology and practical arts education. Examination of existing patterns in Nigeria. 30h (T); R

 

TED 403          Emergent Problems in Technology Education                                     2 Credits

A retrospect of technical education in Nigeria. Analysis, discussions and possible solutions to: Issue of identity of technical education in Nigeria, low status and recognition. Merger and demerger of technical education from science and general education, facilities, problem management/administrative problems in vocational and technical education. The issue of funding for technical education, instructional and teacher training problems. Curriculum issues, evaluating problems. Government policies, legislation and implementation. Drift of technical teachers to the industries, problems of students industrial work experience programme.  Technical education for the handicapped; research and development in technical education. The issue of basic technology a critical analysis. Quality issues in vocational and technical education. Maintenance culture in factory and laboratory management of resources. 30h (T); E

 

TED 404          Introduction to Financial Management                                    2 Credits

Introduction: Definition, Function, Elements and Problems of Financial Management, Working capital management: inventory management, receivable management, cash management and management of accounts payables. Source of Fund, Specialized areas of finance, investment appraisal, Decision-making, Risk and uncertainty, financial analyses, Budget and Budgeting. 30h (T); E

 

TED 405           Management of Industrial Laboratory                                                2 Credits

 Principles and Practices involved in the planning, organizing and control of school laboratories; responsibility of the school administrator and the teacher, selection and purchase of machine tools, equipment and materials; maintenance storage and control of machines. 30h (T); E

 

TED 406          Course Construction for Technology Education                         2 Credits    

A competency based and individualized approach to principles of course construction for technology education. Planning and preparing philosophical basis for instructional programmes. Techniques for selecting and organizing the essential materials for a course. Analysis for jobs and operation to determine the skills and related technical information needed for the processes of determining the course content. Writing and organizing the course of study, scheme of work and other instructional plans. 30h (T) E

 

TED 430          Practical Project                                                                                  3 Credits

A practical project should be designed early in the beginning of the final year and should be executed within the full session. The design should be innovative design of educational and technical value that could be replacement of some imported technology.  A well written report should be submitted along with drawings, sketches, photographs and other graphic representations or models as necessary. 135h (P); C      

 

TED 441          Machine Operation II                                                              2 Credits

Parts of operation, turning taper and cutting of screw threads on the lathe. Knurling and milling on the lathe. Different types of lathes as found in school workshops an industry. Power machines- milling or shaping machines used in industry. Instruction should include their types, parts, operations, and maintenance and safety rules.  30h (T); C

 

TED 442          Machine Tool Processes          III                                                        2 Credits

Drills- drilling and roaming processes and operations. Power Saw - types and operations. Grinder- types of grinder and wheel. Lathe types of leather, accessories, operations coolants and safety Milling machine- tools and operations. 

30h (T); C

 

TED 443          Mechanical Engineering Drawing II                                      2 Credits

Sectional and auxiliary projections. Interjection surfaces, tolerances and machine/assembly drawing. 30h (T); C

 

TED 444          Mechanical Engineering Design                                                             3 Credits

Application of engineering theories to machine components design. Analysis and evaluation procedures in creative design. Use of codes, charts, tables, standards and empirical data. Presentation of design portfolio. 45h (T); C

 

TED 445          Metal Stamping                                                                      2 Credits

Press work in metalworking. Die making and design, calculations involved press work. 30h (T); C

 

DET 499          Project                                                                                                4 Credits

Each  student under the guidance of an approved supervisor is required to conduct research in an approved area by the Department, culminating in the submission of a project. 180h (P); C

 

Woodwork Technology   Option

 

TED 401          Entrepreneurship in Technology Education                            2 Credits

What is entrepreneurship? Who is an entrepreneur? Risks and rewards of entrepreneurship. Requirements and procedure for the establishment of a business in Nigeria. Small business success. Small business management  problem related to businesses in your area of specialization. Entrepreneurship challenges in your profession. 30h (T); R

 

TED 402          Administration of Technology Education                                            2 Credits

Study of the philosophical, historical, social and psychological foundations underlying the organization, Administration and teaching of technology and practical arts education. Examination of existing patterns in Nigeria. 30h (T); R

 

TED 403          Emergent Problems in Technology Education                                     2 Credits

A retrospect of technical education in Nigeria. Analysis, discussions and possible solutions to: Issue of identity of technical education in Nigeria, low status and recognition. Merger and demerger of technical education from science and general education, facilities, problem management/administrative problems in vocational and technical education. The issue of funding for technical education, instructional and teacher training problems. Curriculum issues, evaluating problems. Government policies, legislation and implementation. Drift of technical teachers to the industries, problems of students industrial work experience programme.  Technical education for the handicapped; research and development in technical education. The issue of basic technology a critical analysis. Quality issues in vocational and technical education. Maintenance culture in factory and laboratory management of resources. 30h (T); E

 

TED 404          Introduction to Financial Management                                    2 Credits

Introduction: Definition, Function, Elements and Problems of Financial Management, Working capital management: inventory management, receivable management, cash management and management of accounts payables. Source of Fund, Specialized areas of finance, investment appraisal, Decision-making, Risk and uncertainty, financial analyses, Budget and Budgeting. 30h (T); E

 

TED 405           Management of Industrial Laboratory                                                2 Credits

 Principles and Practices involved in the planning, organizing and control of school laboratories; responsibility of the school administrator and the teacher, selection and purchase of machine tools, equipment and materials; maintenance storage and control of machines. 30h (T); E

 

TED 406           Course Construction for Technology Education                                 2 Credits    

A competency based and individualized approach to principles of course construction for technology education. Planning and preparing philosophical basis for instructional programmes. Techniques for selecting and organizing the essential materials for a course. Analysis for jobs and operation to determine the skills and related technical information needed for the processes of determining the course content. Writing and organizing the course of study, scheme of work and other instructional plans. 30h (T); E

 

TED 430          Practical Project                                                                                  3 Credits

A practical project should be designed early in the beginning of the final year and should be executed within the full session. The design should be innovative design of educational and technical value that could be replacement of some imported technology.  A well written report should be submitted along with drawings, sketches, photographs and other graphic representations or models as necessary. 135h (P); C      

 

TED 451          Introduction to Upholstery                                                      2 Credits

 Furniture covering and recovering practical work on the techniques of furniture designing and re-designing upholstery; tools used in upholstery work. The techniques of shoring installation, stuffing, trimming, sewing, blind stitching and fabric selection.   30h (T); C

 

TED 452          Forestry Studies                                                                      2 Credits

An appreciation of the various techniques of obtaining timber from forest. Also, a study of the organs of forestry management in Nigeria. Forestry definitions and concepts, Types of forests, Importance of forestry and forest. Laws, institutions and people. Concept of sustainability in forest management.

30h (T); C

 

TED 453           Maintenance of Woodwork Equipment                                              2 Credits

Emphasis on safety regulation in machine wood working workshop. Requirements of different types of woodworking machines and their component parts. Changing of belts cutter plates and related maintenance tasks. 30h (T); C    

 

TED 454          Wood Design and Construction                                                            2 Credits

Contemporary and advanced methods of wood joinery, structural wood working to include: Designing and construction of doors, windows, molding staircases etc. design and research appreciation in the manufacture of school based projects by individual student.

 

  1. Summary for B.Sc. (Ed.) in Educational Technology

 

Compulsory Courses:

SSE 114 (2), SED 115 (2), SSE 116 (2), EDT 111 (2), EDT 112 (2), EDT 114 (2), EDT 118 (2),

EDT 119 (2), EDT 124 (2)                                                         = 18 Credits

 

Required Courses:

GNS 111 (2), GNS 112 (2)        = 4 Credits

 

Elective Courses

EDT 113 (2), EDT 115 (2), EDT 116 (2), EDT 117 (2), EDT 120 (2), EDT 121 (2), EDT 122 (2), EDT 123 (2)                                   = 16 Credits

 

200 Level

Compulsory Courses:

SSE 201 (2), SSE 202 (2), EDT 203 (2), EDT 205 (2), EDT 211 (2), EDT 212 (2), EDT 213 (2),

EDT 214 (2), EDT 219 (2), EDT 221 (2), EDT 222 (2), EDT 226 (2)                   = 24 Credits

 

Required Courses:

GNS 211 (2), GNS 212 (2) = 4 Credits

 

Elective Courses:

EDT 215 (2), EDT 216 (2), EDT 217 (2), EDT 218 (2), EDT 220 (2), EDT 223, (2) EDT 225 (2), EDT 224 (2), EDT 227 (2), EDT 228 (2), EDT 229 (2), EDT 230 (2) = 24 Credits

 

For Direct Entry Students

RANSFERED: SSE 114 (2), SSE 116 (2) and SED 115 (2) = 6 Credits Required.

NCE: GNS 111 (2) and GNS 112 (2)     = 4 Credits Required.

A/L or OND: GNS 111 (2), GNS 112 (2), SSE 114 (2), SSE 116 (2) and SED 115 (2) = 10 Credits

Compulsory.

 

300 Level

Compulsory Courses:

EDT 303 (2), EDT 311 (2), EDT 312 (2), EDT 313 (2), EDT 314 (2), EDT 315 (2), EDT 316 (2), EDT 320 (2), EDT 321 (2), EDT 322 (2), EDT 327 (2) 

= 22 Credits

 

Required Courses:

SED 301 (2), SSE 302 (2), SSE 304 (3), AED 305 (2), HED 310 (2), GNS 311 (2), GSE 301 (2)

= 15 Credits

 

Electives Courses:

EDT 317 (2), EDT 318 (2), EDT 319 (2), EDT 323 (2), EDT 324 (2) EDT 325 (2), EDT 326 (2),

EDT 328 (2), EDT 329 (2) = 18 Credits.

 

400 Level

Compulsory Courses:

EDT 411 (2), EDT 413 (2), EDT 414 (2), EDT 415 (2), EDT 418 (2), EDT 419 (2), EDT 420 (2), EDT 422 (2), DET 499 (4)               = 20 Credits.

 

Required Courses:

SED 402 (2), AED 403 (2), SSE 404 (2), SED 405 (2), SED 406 (2), EMA 407 (2) CED 408 (2)

= 14 Credits

 

Elective Courses:

EDT 412 (2), EDT 416 (2), EDT 417 (2), EDT 421 (2), EDT 423 (2), EDT 424 (2), EDT 425 (2)       

= 12 Credits

Note: The Minimum number of credits load per semester is 15 while the Maximum number is 24.

 

  1. Summary of B.Sc. (Ed.) Computer Science

100 Level

Compulsory Courses:

SSE 114 (2), SED 115 (2), SSE 116 (2) = 6 Credits

Required Courses:

GNS 111 (2), GNS 112 (2), CSC 111 (2), CSC 112 (2), ICS 101 (2), ICS 102 (2), MAT 111 (3),

MAT 112 (3), PHY 115 (2), PHY 152 (3)           = 23 Credits

Elective Courses

TCS 101 (2), TCS 102 (2), EDT 115 (2), EDT 116 (2) EDT 117 (2) EDT 118 (2), MAT 113 (3),

MAT 114 (3), PHY 191 (1), PHY 192(1)            = 20 Credits

200 Level

Compulsory Courses:

SSE 201 (2), SSE 202 (2), EDT 203 (2), EDT 205 (2) = 8 Credits

Required Courses:

CSC 211 (3), CSC 212 (3), CSC 213 (3), CSC 214 (2), CSC 216 (2), CSC 224 (2) GNS 211 (2), GNS 212 (2) MAT 201(3), = 22 Credits

Elective Courses:

CSC 218 (3), CSC 220 (2), CSC 222 (3), MAT 208 (2), STA 222 (3), STA 221 (3), EDT 211 (2), EDT 213 (2), EDT 212 (2), EDT 214 (2) MAT 206 (2), MAT 211 (3), MAT 213(2) = 31 Credits

For Direct Entry Students

TRANSFERED: SSE 114(2), SSE 116(2) and SED 115(2) = 6 Credits Compulsory.

NCE: GNS 111(2) and GNS 112(2)= 4 Credits Required.

A/L or OND: GNS 111(2), GNS 112(2), SSE 114(2), SSE 116(2) and SED 115(2) = 10 Credits Compulsory.

300 Level

Compulsory Courses

SED 301 (2), SSE 302 (2), EDT 303(2), SSE 304 (3), AED 305 (2), HED 310 (2),            = 13 Credits

Required Courses:

CSC 311 (2), CSC 314 (2), CSC 315 (2), CSC 316 (2), CSC 317 (3), CSC 320 (2), CSC 332(2), GNS 311 (2), GSE 301 (2)         = 19 Credits

Electives Courses:

CSC 318(2), CSC 319 (2), CSC 321 (3), CSC 322 (2), CSC 323 (2),CSC 325 (2), CSC 326 (2), CSC 328 (2), CSC 330 (2), ICS 314 (2), ), CSC 338 (2), EDT 312 (2), EDT 314 (2), EDT 315 (2), EDT 316 (2), EDT 317 (2) = 33 Credits.

400 Level

Compulsory Courses:

SED 401 (4), AED 403 (2), SSE 404 (2), SED 405 (2), SED 406 (2), EMA 407 (2) CED 408 (2), EDT 499 (4) = 20 Credits

Required Courses:

CSC 420 (2), CSC 421 (3), CSC 422 (2), CSC 432 (2)    = 9 Credits

Elective Courses:

CSC 423 (2), CSC 424 (3), CSC 425 (2), CSC 426 (2), CSC 427 (2), CSC 428 (2), CSC 429 (2), CSC 436 (2), EDT 413 (2), EDT 414 (2), EDT 415 (2), EDT 416 (2) = 25 Credits

 

C.         Summary for B.Sc. (Ed.). Technology Education

 

100 Level

Compulsory Courses:

SSE114 (2), SED 115 (2), SSE116 (2), TED 101(2), TED 102(2), TED 103(2), TED 104(2), TED 105(2),

TED 106 (2), TED 107 (2), TED 108(2), GNS 111(2) and GNS 112(2), (for UTME Students)            = 26

Required Courses:

SSE 114(2), SED 115(2), SSE 116(2), CHE 101 (2), CHE 102 (2), PHY115 (2), PHY 152 (2), MAT 113 (2)

 = 16 Credits

 

Elective Courses:

TED 106 (2), TED 111(2)          = 4 Credits

Total = 46

 

200 LEVEL

 

Compulsory Courses:

GNS211 (for UME Students) (2), TED 201(2), TED (202), TED 203 (2), TED 204 (2), TED 205 (2), TED 206 (2), TED 207 (2), TED 208 (2), TED 212 (2), TED 213 (2), TED 214(2), TED 216(2) EDT 205(2),

GNS 212(2) (for UTME Students) + GNS 111(2), AND Direct

GNS 112(2) (FOR DIRECT STUDENTS ONLY) = 28 Credits

 

Required:

SSE 201(2), SSE 202(2), EDT 213 (2), TED 209 (2), = 8 Credits

 

Electives

TED 210(2), TED 211 (2), TED 215 (2), TED 217 (2), = 8Credits

Total = 44 Credits

 

300 LEVEL

 

Compulsory Courses: Automobile Technology Option

DET 301 (2), TED 301 (2), TED 304(3), TED 306(3), TED 310(2), TED 312 (2),

TED 314 (2), TED 315 (2), TED 317(2), 319 (2) TED GNS 311(2) = 24 Credits

 

Required Courses

SSE 302(2), SSE 304(2), AED 305(2), HED 310(2), = 8 Credits

 

Electives

TED 302 (2), TED 303(2), TED 305 (2), TED 313 (3), = 9 Credits

Total = 41

 

Compulsory Courses:  Building   Technology Option

DET 301 (2), TED 301 (2), TED 304(3), TED 313 (3), TED 320 (2), TED 321 (2), TED 322 (2),

TED 323 (2), GNS 311(2) = 28 Credits

 

Required Courses

 SSE 302(2), AED 305(2), SSE 304(2), HED 310(2), = 8Credits

 

Electives

TED 302 (2), TED 303(2), TED 305 (2), TED 306 (3), TED 324 (2), TED 325 (2), = 13

Total = 41 Credits

 

Compulsory Courses:  Electrical / Electronic   Technology Option

SED 301 (2), TED 301 (2), TED 304(3), TED 313 (3), TED 330 (2), TED 331 (2), TED 332 (2),

TED 333 (2), GNS 311(2) = 24 Credits

 

Required Courses

 SSE 302(2), AED 305(2), SSE 304(2), HED 310(2), = 8Credits

 

Electives

 TED 303(2), TED 305 (2), TED 306 (3), TED 336 (2), = 09

Total = 41 Credits

 

Compulsory Courses:  Metalwork Technology Option

SED 301 (2), TED 301 (2), TED 304(3), TED 306 (3) TED 340 (2), TED 341 (2), TED 342 (2),

TED 343 (2), TED 344 (2), TED 345 (2), TED 346 (2), TED 347 (2), GNS 311(2) = 28 Credits

 

Required Courses

 SSE 302(2), AED 305(2), SSE 304(2), HED 310(2), = 8Credits

 

Electives

TED 302 (2), TED 303(2), TED 305 (2), TED 313 (3), = 9

Total = 45 Credits

 

Compulsory Courses:  Woodwork Technology Option

SED 301 (2), TED 301 (2), TED 304(3), TED 350 (2), TED 351 (2), 

TED 353 (2), TED 354 (2), TED 355 (2), GNS 311(2) = 19 Credits

 

Required Courses:

 SSE 302(2), AED 305(2), SSE 304(2), TED 306 (3), HED 310(2), = 11 Credits

 

Electives

TED 302 (2), TED 303(2), TED 305 (2), TED 313 (3), TED 352 (2), TED 356 (2), = 13

Total = 43 Credits

 

400 LEVEL

 

Automobile Technology Option

Compulsory Courses:

 

DET 401(4), TED 410 (2), TED 411 (2),

TED 412 (2), TED 413 (2), TED 430 (3), DET 499(4).  = 19 Credits

 

Required Courses:

 AED 403(2), SED 405(2), SED 406(2), EMA 407(2), CED 406(2), TED 402 (2) = 12 Credits

 

Electives:

TED 403 (2), TED 404(2), TED 405(2), TED 406 (2), TED 403(2), TED 405(2), TED 406 (2) TED 401 (2), TED 408 (2), = 18 Credits

Total= 49

 

 

Building Technology Option

Compulsory Courses:

DET 401(4), TED 412 (2) TED 421 (2), TED 422 (2), TED 423 (2), TED 430 (3), TED 499(4).  = 19 Credits

 

Required Courses:

 AED 403(2), SED 405(2), SED 406 (2), EMA 407(2), CED 406(2), TED 402 (2) = 12 Credits

 

Electives:

TED 401 (2), TED 403 (2), TED 404(2), TED 405(2), TED 406 (2) TED 408 (2) =12 Credits

Total= 43

Electrical / Electronic Technology Option

 

Compulsory Courses:

DET 401(4), TED 430 (3), TED 431 (2), TED 432 (2), TED 433 (2), TED 434 (2),

TED 435 (3), TED 436 (2), DET 499(4).  = 22Credits

 

Required Courses:

 AED 403(2), SED 405(2), SED 406 (2), EMA 407(2), CED 406(2), TED 402 (2) = 12Credits

 

Electives:

TED 401 (2), TED 403 (2), TED 404(2), TED 405(2), TED 406 (2) = 10 Credits

Total= 44

Metalwork Technology Option

 

Compulsory Courses:

DET 401(4), TED 430 (3), TED 441 (2), TED 442 (2), TED 443 (2), TED 444 (3),

TED 445 (2), DET 499 (3) = 21 Credits

 

Required Courses:

 AED 403(2), SED 405(2), SED 406(2), EMA 407(2), CED 406(2), TED 402 (2) = 12 Credits

 

Electives:

TED 401 (2), TED 403 (2), TED 404(2), TED 405(2), TED 406 (2), = 10 Credits

Total= 43

 

Woodwork Technology Option

Compulsory Courses:

DET 401(4), TED 408 (2), TED 430 (3), TED 451 (2), TED 452 (2), TED 453 (2), TED 454 (2),

TED 445 (2), DET 499 (3).  = 22Credits

 

Required Courses:

 (AED 403(2), SED 405(2), SED 406 (2), EMA 407(2), CED 406(2), TED 402 (2), TED 403 (2), = 12 Credits

 

Electives:

TED 401 (2), TED 403 (2), TED 404(2), TED 405(2), TED 406 (2), = 10 Credits

Total= 44

Distribution of Credits Required for Graduation 

(i)         100 Level:

            1st Major (Education) - 6 Credits to be passed

            2nd Major (Technology Education) 20 Credits to be passed

            GNS 111 and 112 – 4 Credits Compulsory (30 Credits, C or R)

 

(ii)        200 Level:

            1st Major (Education) – 8 Credits to be passed

            2nd Major (Technology Education) 20 Credits to be passed

            GNS 211 and 212 – 4 Credits Compulsory (30 Credits: C or R)

(iii)       300 Level:

            1st Major (Education) - at least 11 Credits to be passed

            2nd Major (Any of the Technology Options) – at least 17 Credits to be passed

            GNS 311- 2 Credits Compulsory (30 Credits: C or R)

(iv)       400 Level:

            1st Major (Education) – at least 12 Credits to be passed

2ndMajor (Any of the Technology Options) – at least 18 Credits to be passed

(30 Credits: C or R)