Microbiology 1st Year, 1st Semester Courses
BIO111: General Biology I
(3 credit units)Cell structure and organization, Functions of cellular organelles, Diversity of organisms, General reproduction. Inter relationships of organisms, Heredity and evolution, Elements of Ecology.
BIO121: Practical Biology I
(1 credit units)Microscopy: Types of microscope, using the microscope, guidelines for making biological drawings, Morphology and classification of representative members of different classes of the kingdom monera, protista, fungi (mycota), animalia and plantae.
CHM101: General Chemistry
(2 credit units)Atoms, molecules and chemical reactions; Chemical equations and stoichiometry; Atomic structure and periodicity; Modern electronic theory of atoms; Valence forces and chemical bonding; Inter molecular forces; Kinetic theory and gas laws; Basic chemical Kinetics; Basic chemical thermodynamics; Basic electrochemistry; Acids bases and buffers; Redox reactions and redox potentials; Nuclear structure and radioactivity.
CHM111: Inorganic Chemistry I
(2 credit units)Periodic table and periodicity of elements; Inorganic chemistry of hydrogen, the noble gases, groups 1,2 and 13-17 elements
CHM161: First Year Practical Chemistry I
(1 credit units)Theory and practice of volumetric/quantitative and inorganic qualitative analyses
PHY111: General Physics I
(2 credit units)Units and dimensions, scalars and vectors, linear and circular motion, velocity and acceleration, Laws of mechanics and gravitation, simple applications, Conservation of energy, momentum; Work power, simple harmonic motion, and simple pendulum, Moment of inertia, angular momentum, centrifugal and centripetal forces; centrifuges Elasticity, Hooke�s law, Young�s modulus, Fluids, pressure, surface tension, viscosity, osmosis; blood pressure and its Measurement.
PHY121: Experimental Physics I
(1 credit units)This introductory course emphasis quantitative measurement, the treatment of measurement, errors and graphical analysis, reading and repeated readings, best value, mistakes, discrepancy, systematic errors, detecting systematic errors, use of the mean. Reliability measurements, accuracy and precision, a variety of experimental techniques in mechanics and properties of matter and heat will be employed. The experiments include studies of meters, mechanical systems, mechanical resonant systems, heat, viscosity etc covered in PHY 111, 131
MTH111: Elementary Mathematics I
(3 credit units)Elementary set theory, subset, union, intersection, complements, and Venn diagrams. Real numbers; integers, rational and irrational numbers, mathematical induction, real sequences and series, theory of quadratic equations, binomial theorem, Complex numbers; algebra of complex numbers; the erg and diagram. De Moir�s theorem, nth roots of unity, Circular measure, trigonometric functions of angles and magnitude, addition and factor formulae, Indices and logarithms, matrices and determinants, partial fractions.
GST131: Introduction to Computer Science
(2 credit units)Definition and History of Computers, Computer and the Society. Functions, Components, Devices and characteristics of computer, Computers for data processing and types of platform of secretarial duties. Interacting with your computer, Storing information in a computer. Computer maintenance and security devices. The internet, internet and online Resources, Computer application and problems solving. Uses of the Computer in day to day life.
GST111: Communication in English I
(2 credit units)Effective communication and writing in English, Language skills, writing of essay answers, Comprehension, Sentence construction, Outlines and paragraphs, Collection and organization of materials and logical presentation, Punctuation.
GST121: Nigerian People Culture and Anti Cultism and Social Vices
(2 credit units)Logical presentation of papers, Phonetics, Instruction on lexis, Art of public speaking and oral communication, Figures of speech, Pr�cis, Report writing.
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