Course Outlines

Course Outlines/Content for B.MLS Medical Laboratory Science

Course Philosophy The programme provides an in-depth scientific and professional background for the production of medical laboratory scientists skilled enough to work in health institutions anywhere in the world. Course Objectives Training of medical laboratory scientists for hospital diagnostic services, preventive and public health services, research, academics and quality assurance …

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Course Outlines/Content for B.MR Medical Rehabilitation

Course Philosophy The philosophy is to train and produce highly knowledgeable physiotherapists who will continue to search for more knowledge and professional skills and apply the same for treatment, rehabilitation, prevention, health promotion and other health needs of the patients and the community using science of physiotherapy. Course Objectives Course …

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Law Course Outline and Content for LLB Degree

Law Course in Nigeria – Course Outline/Content for L.LB LAW. See Law course description and Law syllabus. The Faculty admits students of two broad categories: (i) UTME candidates (5 years programme) (ii) Direct Entry candidates (4 years programme) Students are admitted into the respective programmes if they satisfy the general …

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Course Outlines/Content for B.Pharm Pharmacy

Course Outlines/Content for B.Pharm Pharmacy

The following categories of applicants qualify for admission into: FIVE YEARS PROGRAMME By UTME (JAMB): Candidates seeking admission to the five-year programme by UME are required to possess credit in English Language, Chemistry, Mathematics, Physics and Biology in the West African School Certificate or its equivalent, in addition to the …

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Course Outline for Nursing, B.Sc

Course outline for nursing schools in Nigeria

Course Outline for Nursing, B.Sc. For Bachelor of Nursing (B.Sc) in Nigerian universities, admitted students stay a minimum of 5 academic years (for UTME students) or 4 academic years (for Direct entry students) to qualify for the degree. Read Also: 36 Useful Advice to the Newly Admitted Students on Campus. …

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Microbiology 4th Year, 2nd Semester Courses

Microbiology 4th Year, 2nd Semester Courses MCB422: Public Health (2 credit units)Sources of infections and routes of transmission in the community, Epidemiology of diseases, Mode of disease transmission Community health, hygiene and sanitation: Water and sewage sanitation, Safe waste disposal preparations Hygiene and literacy; community education and participation, Community diseases …

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Microbiology 4th Year, 1st Semester Courses

Microbiology 4th Year, 1st Semester Courses MCB411: Industrial Microbiology (3 credit units)Nature of industrial microbiology and microorganisms of industrial importance, Aspects of the biology of moulds, yeasts, bacteria and actinomycetes Fermentation technology Culture techniques and maintenance of selected cultures Mutation, strain selection and development, hybridization and media formulation and economics, …

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Microbiology 3rd Year, 2nd Semester Courses

Microbiology 3rd Year, 2nd Semester Courses MCB312: Student Industrial Work Experience Scheme (SIWES) (6 credit units)Students are expected to have a practical exposure of 6 months in areas including the following: Medical Microbiology, Industrial Microbiology, Food Microbiology, Pharmaceutical Microbiology and Petroleum Microbiology.  

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Microbiology 3rd Year, 1st Semester Courses

Microbiology 3rd Year, 1st Semester Courses MCB311: Virology (2 credit units)General properties of viruses, Bacteriophages, Viral replication and genetics, Pathogenesis of viral infections, Viral immunology, Brief study of viruses of medical and veterinary importance including viruses that cause diseases in plants. MCB321: Immunology/Immunochemistry (2 credit units)Basic concepts of immunology, structure …

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Microbiology 2nd Year, 2nd Semester Courses

Microbiology 2nd Year, 2nd Semester Courses BIO212: Introductory Ecology (2 credit units)Populations and communities in the ecosystem, Population organization and growth: growth density-dependent and density-independent limiting factors. Interactions of organisms: predation, competition and other interactions. Behavioural ecology, Concepts of niche, world ecotypes and distribution of plants and animals, Changes in …

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Microbiology 2nd Year, 1st Semester Courses

Microbiology 2nd Year, 1st Semester Courses MCB211: General Microbiology I (3 credit units)Nature of microbiology and types of microorganisms, History of microbiology, Tools and techniques in microbiology, Structure of and comparison of prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells, Morphology, life cycle and economic importance of bacteria, fungi and protozoa with emphasis on …

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Microbiology 1st Year, 2nd Semester Courses

Microbiology 1st Year, 2nd Semester Courses BIO112: General Biology II (3 credit units)A general survey of the plant and animal kingdoms based mainly on similarities and differences in anatomy, Physiology and Ecological adaptations. BIO122: Practical Biology II (1 credit units)Reproductive systems of invertebrates and vertebrates, some aspects of reproduction in …

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