ECONOMICS DEPARTMENT

DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS

  • ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

Prospective students wishing to read economics must, in addition to the overall college and NCE entry requirements fulfill the following conditions

  • Obtain at least a credit in economics at WAEC. SSCE, NECO or GCE O’LEVEL.
  • Obtain at least a pass in mathematics at SSCE or GCE O’ LEVEL.

(2) OUTLINE OF COURSE CONTENT

(A). NCE I FIRST SEMESTER

COURSE CODE COURSE TITLE CREDITS STATUS
ECO 111   2 C
ECO 112   2 C
ECO 113   2  
                                                          SUB TOTAL                 6     C
  NCE I SECOND SEMESTER  
ECO 121 PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS 11 2 C
ECO 122 PUBLIC FINANCE 2 C
ECO 123 INTRODUCTORY STATISTICS 11 2 C
ECO 124 INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS FINANCE 2 C
ECO 125 INTRODUCTION TOM ACCOUNTING 2 C
  SUB-TOTAL 10 C
  • NCE II FIRST SEMESTER
COURSE CODE COURSE TITLE CREDITS STATUS
ECO 211 MICRO-ECONOMICS 2 C
ECO 212 MONEY AND BANKING 2 C
ECO 213 ECONOMIC METHODOLOGY 2 C
ECO 214 RESEARCH METHODS 2 C
  SUB-TOTAL 8 C

NCE II SECOND SEMESTER

ECO 221 MACRO-ECONOMICS 2 C
ECO 222 INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS ECONOMICS 2 E
ECO 223 ECONOMICS OF PRODUCTION 2 C
ECO 224 STRUCTURE OF THE NIGERIAN ECONOMY 2 C
ECO 225 DEVELOPMENT ECONOMICS 2 C
ECO 226 RURAL DEVELOPMENT ECONOMICS 2 C
  SUB-TOTAL 12 C
  • NCE III FIRST SEMESTER
COURSE CODE COURSE TITLE CREDITS STATUS
EDC 311 TEACHING PRACTICE 2 C
  SUB-TOTAL 2 C

NCE III SECOND SEMESTER

ECO 321 APPLIED ECONOMICS 2 C
ECO 322 INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS 2 C
ECO 323 HISTORY OF ECNOMICS THOUGHTS 2 E
ECO 324 LABOUR ECONOMICS 2 E
ECO 325 HUMAN RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT 2 C
  • GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

Minimum credits units required for graduation

Education courses                                                     – 36 credits

General studies course                                             – 18 credits

Teaching practice                                                      – 06 credits

Economics courses                                                    – 37 credits

Second teaching subjects                                         – 36 / 38 credits.