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ENTREPRENEURIAL STUDIES

ENTREPRENEURIAL STUDIES

History of the Department

The Department of entrepreneurial studies took off in June 2011 under the able leadership of Dr.(Mrs) Njoku M.S. the former Dean of college of agribusiness and financial management. The department is doing well under the However, The new Dean, prof. J. C. Ihemeje under the new college has tremendously contributed to the present status of the department.

The Department now has a substantive Head of Department, in the person of Dr. (Mrs) ONYEBU, M.C. and 14 other academic and 4 non-academic staff. The department has a total of 160 students, this include 60 year one and 100 year two students. The Department offers Bachelor in Entrepreneurial studies.

Vision

The vision of the Department is to train/equip students with the desired knowledge to master the right tools, techniques and methods which will empower them to create wealth, be self-reliant and the employers of labour.

Philosophy of the Department

The underlying philosophy of the department of Entrepreneurial Studies is to engender Entrepreneurial spirit, the right perspective to wealth creation and to train/equip students with the desired knowledge to master the right tools, techniques and methods which will empower them to create wealth, be self-reliant and the employers of labour.

Objective of the Department

The main objectives of the B.Sc Degree programme of the Department of Entrepreneurial Studies are to:

  • Engender Entrepreneurial spirit and thinking in the mind of its products which will make them wealth creators.
  • Develop students’ sense of purpose to valuable tools and insights on good project management.
  • Develop in student the mindset to be self-reliant, creative, and to evaluate valuable business opportunities in the environment.
  • Equip the students to be change agents in their environment, through thought provoking and innovative ventures.
  • Admission Requirement

    B.Sc. (Hons) Degree in Entrepreneurial Studies

    Five O/level Credit passes in not more than two sittings to include: English Language, Mathematics, Economics and any other two subjects from:

    (i) Government/History (ii) Commerce (iii) Principles of Account (iv) Christian Religious Knowledge (v) Geography

    UTME Subject

    (1) In addition to UTME requirements, GCE A/L passes or its equivalent in Economics and at least one of the following: (i) Business Mgt. (ii) Accounting (iii) Mathematics (iv) Government (v) Geography

    Direct Entry

    (2) OND with minimum of Upper Credit in Business Administration, Marketing, Agribusiness & Mgt., Accounting or related discipline English, Mathematics, Economics and any other subject from Government, Principles of Account, Christian Religious Knowledge, Geography

    Duration of study

    Our academic program runs for four (4) years. The first year, student take the general university wide courses. From year two, students are taught courses on entrepreneurship and are involved in a practical classes where they gain expertise and the required knowledge and training in entrepreneurship. In addition, in fourth year students carry out individual research projects under the supervision of a member of the Department/faculty. The Research reports are presented for external examination.

    list of Academic staffs

    NAMERANK
    PROF. WALTER C. NDUBUISI Professor
    PROF. J.C. IHEMEJE Professor
    DR. A. U.OBAYI Associate professor
    DR. JOSEPH ONWUMERE Senior Lecturer
    DR. AGBO O.G. Senior lecturer
    DR. (MRS) G. O. UGWUANYI Senior lecturer
    DR. S.M. OKEBARAM Lecturer i
    DR. M.U. AMOBI Lecturer i
    DR. I. DIALOKE Lecturer i
    DR. M.C. ONYEBU Lecturer ii
    MR. EIGBIREMHON ISREAL Asst. Lecturer
    MR. OGBE SAMUEL E. Asst. Lecturer