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Intermediate Microeconomic Theory I

By Dr. Charles O. Manasseh

Objectives:
 To demonstrate an understanding of the concepts of equilibrium, economic equilibrium and types of equilibrium.
 To describe the applications and limitations of partial equilibrium and general equilibrium.
 To differentiate between partial and general equilibrium.

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Fundamental principles of economics Contents

By Dr. Charles O. Manasseh

Objectives: The aim of this unit is to acquaint student with some economic concepts and to be able to:  Understand why and how available choices lead to decision making.
 Know that not only the explicit or out-of-pocket cost form the cost of a particular choice but the implicit or opportunity cost of the best alternative forgone is also part of the total cost.
 Identify that correct ways of achieving an objective leads to rationality especially when the objectives are simply based on assumption.

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Principles of Economics I

By Dr. Charles O. Manasseh

This course is an introductory aspect of microeconomic theory. The topics covered matter of economics and basic economic problems; the general principles of resource allocation; market mechanism-demand and supply; price determination and elasticity, theory of production; market competition - monopoly; monopolistic competition and oligopoly; distribution theory; and demand for and pricing of productive factor; interest and profits.

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GSP105:NATURAL SCIENCE

By Uhama Kingsley Chukwuka

OBJECTIVE: BY THE END OF THE CLASS, STUDENTS SHOULD BE ABLE TO EXPAIN THE MEANING OF ELEMENTS,SYMBOLS AND FORMULAS , CLASSIFICATIONS OF ELEMENTS,VALENCE URES.,COMPOUNDS AND MIXTELECTRON,PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF METAL AND NON METAL.

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CHM 221: GENERAL ORGANIC CHEMISTRY

By Uhama Kingsley Chukwuka.

OBJECTIVES: BY THE OF THE CLASS STUDENTS SHOULD BE ABLE TO , OPTICAL ISOMERISM, ENATIONMERS,MESO COMPOUNDS,DIASTERREOME,TAUTOMERS,TAUTOMERISM,VALENCE TAUTOMERISM, PROTROPY, AND CYCLOALKANES.

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CHM 201: GENERAL INORGANIC CHEMISTRY

By Uhama Kingsley Chukwuka

OBJECTIVES: BY THE END OF THE CLASS,STUDENT SHOULD BE ABLE TO KNOW: ELECTROSTATIC FORCES IN ATOM,IONIC BONDING,PROPERTIES OF IONIC COMPOUND, IONIC BONDING (Electrovalent Bonding) at the end of the process,COVALENT BONDING,ORDINARY COVALENT BONDINGS,COORDINATE OR DATIVE COVALENT BONDING. SOME PROPERTIES OF COVALENT BONDS.

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Chem101: Basic principle I of inorganic chemistry

By Uhama Kingsley Chukwuka

OBJECTIVES:BY THE END OF THE CLASS, STUDENT SHOULD BE ABLE TO: EXPLAIN STOICHIOMETRY, MOLE CONCEPTS,MOLE RATIOS AND MASS RELATIONSHIP, ATOMIC STRUCTURES,ISOTOPY,NUCLIDES, J.J THOMPSON MODEL, RUTHERFORDS NUCLEAR MODEL, BOHRS PLANETARY MODEL OF THE ATOM, THE QUANTUM MECHANICAL MODEL OF THE ATOMS.
COURSE CONTENT/COURSE OUTLINE: STOICHIOMETRY AND MOLE CONCEPT, AN INTRODUCTION TO ATOMIC STRUCTURE, DEVELOPMENT ELECTRONIC CONFIGURAION OF THE ELEMENTS

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BCH 201 ,GENERAL BIOCHEMISTRY 1.

By Uhama Kingsley Chukwuka.

OBJECTIVES: THE STUDENTS MUST BE ABLE TO KNOW THE STRUCTURE ,PROPERTIES AND CHEMISTRY OF CARBOHYDRATES.

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SETS LOGIC AND ALGEBRA (MTH 211)

By Ndidi Edith

The general objective of this course is to inculcate in the students basic mathematical techniques, skills and knowledge required for developing their proficiency in analytical reasoning and modelling for solving real life problems and to better prepare them for higher level mathematics.

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PHYSICS ASPECT IN GSP 105

By Prof F. I Ezema, and Mr. Ifeanyichukwu

Work can be defined as transfer of energy. In physics we say that work is done on an object when you transfer energy to that object. If one object transfers (gives) energy to a second object, then the first object does work on the second object.
Work is the application of a force over a distance. Lifting a weight from the ground and putting it on a shelf is a good example of work. The force is equal to the weight of the object, and the distance is equal to the height of the shelf (W= Fxd).

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PHY 195: practical physics II

By Mr Ifeanyichukwu Princewell Chime, and Prof F. I Ezema

General objective of the course: is to understand the principal of physics, matter and energy and the relationship between them using mathematical method in practical aspect in physics.

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PHY 191: PRACTICAL PHYSICS I

By Mr Ifeanyichukwu Princewell Chime, and Prof F. I Ezema

General objective of the course: is to understand the principal of physics, matter and energy and the relationship between them using mathematical method in practical physics.

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PHY 191: PRACTICAL PHYSICS I

By Mr Ifeanyichukwu Princewell Chime, and Prof F. I Ezema

General objective of the course: is to understand the principal of physics, matter and energy and the relationship between them using mathematical method in practical physics.

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PHY 118: GENERAL PHYSICS FOR LIFE SCIENCE III

By Mr Ifeanyichukwu Princewell Chime, and Prof F. I Ezema

General objective of the course: is to understand the principal of physics, matter and energy and the relationship between them using mathematical method in Physical science.

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PHY 116: GENERAL PHYSICS FOR PHYSICAL SCIENCE II

By Mr Ifeanyichukwu Princewell Chime, and Prof F. I Ezema

General objective of the course: is to understand the principal of physics, matter and energy and the relationship between them using mathematical method in Physical science.

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