The underlying of the degree programme in Accounting is to produce a steam of accounting graduates who are imbibe with the requisite attitudes, ethics and professional skills necessary for improving the frontiers of accounting practice locally and internationally.
At the completion of the B.Sc degree programme in Accounting, graduates gain the necessary exemptions from Professional Accounting Bodies in Nigeria and Overseas.
The major objectives of the Department of Accounting are to produce high-level Accounting Personnel and to expand the frontiers of Accounting knowledge through research and publications as well as improving the quality of professional accounting in Nigeria and beyond. Thus, the department’s programme is development with the following aims:
Candidates for admission into the four year degree programme in Accounting should possess a Senior Secondary School Certificate or G.C.E. or its equivalent with at least five credit passes which include English Language, Mathematics, Economics and other two subjects.
In addition, candidates must have acceptable passes in UME.
U.M.E. Subjects: English Language, Mathematics and Economics plus any other subject.
(a) G.C.E. “A” Level passes in Accounting or Economics and at least one other subject. In addition, candidates are expected to possess five passes at S.C./G.C.E. or S.S.C.E. “0” Level and “A” Level must be attained at not more than two sittings
(b) Foundation/Intermediate Examination passes of recognized professionals Accountancy bodies such as ICAN, ICMA, etc provided the applicant has five credit passes at S.C./G.C.E. or S.S.C.E. “0” Level in subject which include English Language, Mathematics, Economics and any other two subjects (obtained at not more than two sittings).
(C) National Diploma in approved Polytechnics or College of Technology with a grade not lower than Upper Credit. In additional “0’ level in subjects which include English Language, Mathematics, Economics or Commerce and any other two subjects (obtained at not more than two sittings).
(d) The Diploma Certificate with merit pass or its equivalent from a recognized University or its equivalent Tertiary Institution. The. course must be Accounting, Business Administration, Business Management, Banking and Finance.
This department offers a degree programme leading to the award of a Bachelor of Agriculture in Agricultural Economics and Extension.
The broad objective is the provision of a sound scientific basis for the training of Medical Students in the Clinical Sciences. Each student at the end of the course is expected to be able to:
This department offers a degree programme leading to the award of a Bachelor of Agriculture in Animal Science.
The underlying philosophy of the degree programme in Banking and Finance is to develop the mind, impact both theoretical and practical knowledge on individual to develop self confidence, be innovative and self reliant in the field of Banking and finance. It is hoped that on attainment of the B.Sc. degree in Banking and Finance the banking graduates will be recognized for exemptions from some aspects of bankers professional examinations.
OBJECTIVES OF THE PROGRAMME
The B.Sc. (Banking and Finance) degree programme aims at producing graduates who are able to assist in the solution of banking and finance problems that affect the society at large. Specifically, the objectives of the Department of Banking and Finance would be:
A candidate seeking admission into the programme must possess the following;
a) UME Admission
At least five (5) credit grades in SSCE or O/L GCE or NECO or NABTEB, which must include English Language, Mathematics, Economics or Commerce or Accounting and two relevant O/L subjects at not more then two sittings. An approved minimum JAMB score by the authorities of Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma will also be required.
b) Direct Entry Admission
A candidate for direct entry admission must possess Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma diploma with at least merit grade in Banking and Finance or Accounting or Business Management (or Administration) in addition to the requirements in (a) above. A Polytechnic diploma with at least lower credit grade may also be considered.
Besides the requirements in (a) and (b), other qualifications that are considered relevant by the Senate of Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma from time to time may also be acceptable for admission.
The department offers a degree programme leading to the award of the Bachelor of Science (Biochemistry).
The training in Biochemistry is designed to cover all physio-chemical and molecular processes upon which life is based. This means exposing students to an understanding of the physical and chemical nature of the substances in living things, particularly in our environment molecular basis as their interaction with one another.
The above philosophy is pursued with the following objectives:
Candidate should possess the G.C.E. ‘O’ level or S.S.C.E. at credit level in English Language, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and Biology.
UME Entrance Requirement:
The UME subjects for candidates seeking admission into the Biochemistry degree programme are English Language, Biology, Chemistry, Physics or Mathematics
Direct Entry Requirement:
The 3 years degree programme is for direct candidates who must possess ‘O’ level credit in Mathematics and English Language plus at least 2 ‘A’ level or HSC passes in relevant science subjects including Chemistry, Biology, and one other subject.
The Philosophy of the B.Sc. programme in Business Administration is hinged on the need to:
In the present period of Nigerian history, the need for training for the acquisition of management skills has become particularly crucial based on the yearnings of the society on the need for middle and higher manpower as a sine qua non for management and organizational problems because of globalization trends, radical reforms and rapid expansion of Business Organizations such as Global Companies and Multinational Companies (MNCs).
Therefore, the Department’s Programme, have therefore, been designed to enable the participants to acquire managerial insight that will aid them in solving practical management problems (constrained by lack of adequate and indepth knowledge of management)to the aspirations of the society as a whole. Hence, the development of the requisite research skills in the general field of business is an essential part of the Department’s Programme.
The major objectives of the Department are:
A. For the Four –Year Programme
(i) At least five credit passes (or equivalent) in GCE (O/L or WASC or NECO or NABTEB which should in all cases include English Language, Mathematics and Economics or Commerce or Accounting and which must have been obtained in not more than two sittings.
(ii) The Joint Matriculation Examination, which must be in; Use of English, Mathematics, Economics, Plus any other subject
B. Admission Requirements for the Three Year Programme
(iii) Requirement in A (i) above
(v) Two subjects at the GCE AIL or HSC, one of which must be Economics or Mathematics.
(vi) In exceptional cases, candidates who meet requirements A(i) above and who possess a minimum of B+ (or Upper Credit) in the OND in Business Administration or any related discipline from a recognized Polytechnic or College of Technology may also be considered.
(vii) HND or B.Sc., in relevant disciplines in addition to 5 credits as in A(i) above.
(viii) Certificates of relevant professional bodies in addition to 5 credits as in A(i) above.
Business Education was a unit in the Department of Vocational and Technical Education established in 1992/93 academic session. Senate, at its 308th regular meeting held on Wednesday, 29th August, 2018, considered and approved the request of the Faculty Board of Education meeting held on Wednesday 6th June, 2018 for the separation of Business Education from Department of Vocational and Technical Education, as recommended by the Faculty Board of Education. Consequent upon the above, a new Department was approved for the /Faculty of Education to be known as the “Department of Business Education”, under the leadership of Prof. Ignatius Akhakhia Onimawo Vice-Chancellor.
There is ever increasing demand for highly qualified teachers in Nigeria. The aim of the faculty is therefore to produce academically and professionally qualified teachers and administrators for the post primary, post secondary institutions and other education sectors as well as development of the individual student teachers to make them effective business teachers, and high caliber professionals in business establishments.
The department shall prepare students for the award of B.Sc. Education, Accounting Degree of this University. The programme shall acquaint the students with basic theoretical and practical tools and techniques required for their future professional work in te4aching and industries.
The programmes are designed to achieve the following objectives:
B.Sc. Business Education (Accounting, Marketing Management and Office Technology & Management options)
In addition to the general University requirements, the following regulations shall apply to the admission of students into the Department.
Direct Entry Requirements
This is a three – year programme. Candidates must possess one of the following:
UME – Four-Year Programme
A candidate must possess at least five credits passes in the Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination (SSCE), or NECO, or NABTED or Teachers’ Grade II or its equivalent certificate recognized by Senate of Ambrose Alli University in not more than two sittings. The credit passes must include Mathematics, English Language, Economics and two other subjects.
The Department of Chemistry offers two-degree programme leading to the award of Bachelor of Science Degree in Chemistry denoted by B.Sc. (Chemistry) and Bachelor of Science Degree in Industrial Chemistry denoted B.Sc. (Industrial Chemistry).
The department aims particularly at equipping students with the methodologies of chemistry necessary for the technological progress in our modern world.
The department offers a degree programme leading to the award of B.Eng. (Civil Engineering).
The general philosophy of Civil Engineering programme is that of education for capacity in order to satisfy individual and societal needs. The engineering graduate must not only gain knowledge of particular area of study, but should also develop ways of thinking and which are appropriate for use outside the educational system. Individual satisfaction stems from doing a job well through the exercise of personal capacity. The programme not only stresses the importance of analysis, criticism and acquisition of knowledge, but it also seek to imbibe in the graduate that culture which is concerned with the formulation and solution of problems, doing, making and organizing a culture which emphasizes craftsmanship, the design, construction and supervision of works and services and the day to day management of affairs
The programme is designed to fulfill the following objectives. To produce civil engineering graduates who are capable of exercising original thought and judgment in the application and development of engineering science and knowledge. To produce potent civil engineers who can be immediately employed in the existing and emerging positions in any civil engineering endeavor within and outside the Nigerian shores, or who can take up advanced studies and research in any chosen field of civil engineering any where in the world. To achieve these, the curriculum is designed to provide the civil engineering graduates a five years foundation not only in the basic sciences and mathematics but also in the traditional and non-traditional sectors of civil engineering. An equivalent of one-year industrial attachment at 200, 300 and 400 levels of the programme, exposes the student to both practical application of the engineering fundamentals and acquisition of necessary professional skills. Provisions are made for offering the students a number of optional courses to enable them have a certain degree of specialization in the area of structural, geotechnical, transportation, water resources, environmental and Geodetic Engineering.
The degree programme in civil engineering normally last five years, post school certificate or equivalent. For admission into the programme, candidates must satisfy the admission requirement of the University in general and that of the Department of Civil engineering in particular.
Entry through the University Matriculation Examination (UME) the minimum entry requirements for year 1 or 100 level shall be 5 (five) credit pass in the school certificate examinations, GCE O’level or equivalent, obtained in not more than two sittings including: English, Physics, Mathematics, Chemistry, and any other subject from the approved list, plus acceptable level of performance in the University Matriculation examination (UME).
Direct entry-candidates may be admitted into 200 level (2nd year) if they have satisfied the admission requirement as specified in (c) above, and obtained passes at the GCE “A” Level or equivalent in physics and mathematics, (Pure Mathematics and Applied Mathematics) Candidates with outstanding NCE technical or OND results may be considered. Candidates with outstanding HND results may also be considered for admission into 300 level.