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Introduction to Management

An emerging and current trend in management is exhibiting leadership skills.
This will enable the students acquire necessary techniques and competences for
effective performance of their personnel functions as well as reflecting leadership

1. Decision Making
2. Introduction
Definition of Management, Concept of Management, The Importance of
Management, The Challenge of Management and Administration,
Perspectives of Management, Types of Managers, What Managers do.
3. Management Schools of Thought
The Functional Management Approach
The Behavioral Science Approach
The Human Relations Approach
The Quantitative Approach to Management
The Systems Approach to Management, and
Scientific Management Approach
4. Management Processes
Planning, Organizing, Staffing, Directing and Leading, Controlling,
Coordinating and, Taking Decision, etc.
5. Understanding Individuals at Work
Motivation: What is it?
Theories of Motivation
Time Management
6. Leading and Interpersonal Relations
What is leadership?
Leadership/Management Styles
7. Organizational Culture, Philosopohy & Performance
8. Leadership Behaviour

9. Effective Communication
Communication Process
Skill acquisition and effective Communication
10. Effective Planning and Control
Nature of Planning: Why Plan?


Planning Approaches, Importance of Planning
Management by Objectives
11. Effective Decision – Making
Why Supervisors find it difficult to make good decisions
The decision-making process
12. Control and conflict Management
13. Effective Delegation
14. Introduction to Total Quality Management (TQM)
15. Managing Change
16. Making managers become leaders

Reading List
 Steers, R.M. et al (2010) Management Across Cultures: challenges and
strategies Cambridge University Press, England
 Partridge, L. (2012) Managing Change Butterworth-Heinemann Publishers,
 Carnall, C.A. (2007) Managing Change in Organizations Finacial Times
Prentice Hall, USA
 Sengupta, N. (2006) Managing Change in Organisations Prentice Hall of India
 Goleman, D. (2011) “Leadership that gets results (Harvard Business Review),
HBR Press, USA
 Eunson, B. (2012) Conflict Management John Wiley & Sons, USA
 Oshita, O.O. (2007) Conflict Management in Nigeria Adonis & Abbey
Publishers, Nigeria
 Gupta, V. (2008) Business Policy and Strategic Management: concepts and
applications 2nd Ed. Prentice Hallof India Private Ltd, New Delhi
 Adeleke, A. (2001) Management Concepts and Applications. Lagos: Concept
Publications Ltd.
 Drucker, P.F. (1974) The Practice of Management: Tasks, Responsibilities
and Practices new York: Harper & Row Publisers.
 Drucker, P.F. (1979) The Practice of Management. London: Pan Books Ltd.
 Drucker, P.F. (1979) Managing for Results. London: Pan Books Ltd.
 Drucker, P.F. (1978) The Age of Discontinuity. New York: Harper and Row
 Drucker, P.F. (1976) The Unseen Revolution. New York: Harper and Row.
 Koontz, H., O’Donnell, W.H. (latest edition) Management. New York: McGraw-
 Likert, R. (Latest edition) New Patterns of Management. New York: McGraw-
 Newman, William H. and Warren, E. Kirby (1977) The Process of
Management Concepts, Behaviour and Practice. New Jersey: Prentice-hall.
 Ouchi, William (1981) Theory Z, How American Business can meet the
Japanese Challenge. Menlo Park, California: Addison-Wesley Publishing Coy.
 Tarrant, J.J. (1980) Drucker: The Man who invented the Corporate Society.
New York: Warner Books.
 Michael D. Watkins (2012) How managers become leaders: Harvard Business
Review; June 2012 vol. 90 issue 6
 The Academy of Management Journal Vol. 51, issue 6, 2008
 Academy of Management Journal Vol. 33, 1990


 Nigerian Journal of Management Studies Vol. 6, 1986
 Journal of Management Studies Vol. 3, 2003
 Nigerian Management Review: a journal of the Centre for Management Vol. 9,
issue 1 1995
 Chartered Institute of Personnel Management Journal Vol. 3 no. 2, 2011.

Writing & Communication Skills


The objectives of the writing and communication skills syllabus are to enable
students to:

a. identify the characteristics of effective and ineffective communication;

b. improve on the four basic communication skills of listening, reading, writing
and speaking;

c. improve their language competence through mastery of the usage rules of

d. learn how to write clear letters, memos, minutes, reports, proposals,
projects, articles and other technical and business documents;

e. become familiar with the terminologies peculiar to the function of Human
Resource Management.


1. General Introduction to Communication
- The communication process
- Media of communication
- Patterns of communication
- Interpersonal and intrapersonal communication

2. Listening Skills
- Definition
- Types of listening
- Barriers to effective listening
- Enhancing effective listening
3. Reading Skills
- Definition
- Types of reading
- Barriers to effective reading
- Vocabulary development through reading


- Enhancing effective reading

4. Writing Skills
- Definition
- The writing process
- Types of writing (narrative, descriptive, analytical)
- Vocabulary development
- The paragraph (topic sentence, support sentences, concluding
sentence, coherence, cohesion, paragraph unity, linking devices)
- Barriers to effective writing

5. Speaking Skills
- Verbal and non-verbal cues
- Barriers to effective speaking
- Principles of effective speaking

6. English Grammar and Usage
- Grammatical units (words, phrases, clauses & sentences)
- Grammatical categories (number, person, tense and aspect,
agreement, case, gender, etc.)
- The mechanics of writing (spelling and punctuation)
- Common errors in English
Reading List
 Adedun, E. A. (2010): Effective English for Business and Professional
Communication. Lagos, E. A. Adedun
 Ayo Akano (1999) Write Acceptable Letters and Essays. Evans Brothers
(Nigerian Publishers) Ltd
 Emoola Adesina (2008) Faultless English. Evans Brothers (Nigerian
Publishers) Ltd
 Jowitt, David (1991): Nigerian English Usage – an Introduction. Ikeja, Longman
 Jowitt, David & Nnamonu, Silas (1985): Common Errors in English. London,
Longman Group UK Ltd
 Maduekwe, Anthonia M. (2011): Elements of English Grammar and Usage.
Lagos, Pumark Nigeria Limited
 Obiageli Nnamani (2004) English is Simple. Evans Brothers (Nigerian
Publishers) Ltd
 Ogbulogo, Charles (2004): Business Communication in Practice. Lagos, Sam
Iroanusi Publications
 Okoro, Oko (2011): Exploring Nigerian English: a Guide to Usage I (A – L).
Germany, VDM Verlag Dr. Muller
 Ola Olumi (2008): Basic Skills in Comprehension and Summary. Evans
Brothers (Nigerian Publishers) Ltd


Introduction to Economics

To accommodate emerging issues in both local and International trade.
To expose the students to the tools of Economics to enable them understand and
appreciate public and private policies as they affect the economy. At the end of the
course, students would be in a position to understand the interdependency among
the decision-making units in an economic system.

Economics and Economic Systems
 What is Economics?
 Economics as a science
 Positive versus Normative Economics and Microeconomics versus
 Macroeconomics
 Economic problems, scarcity, choice and opportunity cost
 Economic systems.

Allocation of Resources
 How the price mechanism operates
 Allocation of resources in the real world

Demand and Supply Analysis
 Demand-change in demand and shift in demand
 Determinants of demand
 Supply-change in supply and shift in supply
 Determinants of supply
 Market equilibrium and price formation
 Theory of Consumer behaviour

 Elasticity of demand-Own-price, Income and Cross-elasticity of demand
 Determinants of elasticity of demand
 Elasticity of supply
 Total revenue and price elasticity of demand

Theory of Production and Cost Analysis
 Production function in the short run
 Law of diminishing returns
 Stages of Production

Cost Analysis


M.  Baumol. and Dornbusch. monopolistic Competition and oligopoly. Harwood Academic Publishers GmbH. London: Macmillan. Characteristics and Processes. Practices and Technology. Fischer. London: Macmillan Press Ltd. & Scott. New Delhi:Vikas. Toronto. London: ELBS with Oxford University Press.  Jhingan. (1994) Economics for Professional Examinations.T. J.L (1997) The Economics of Development and Planning. C. USA  IMF Statistics Year book 2008: Balance of Payments  CBN: Balance of Payments Statistics 2007.  Begg. Richard G. London  Smock. Canada  IMF Monologue: Balance of Payments Manual 2005. Student Edition.  Curwen. S. Femi (1986) The Elements of Banking in Nigeria.  Hanson. Types and Effects Introduction to Economic Growth and Development Introduction to Financial system Theory of Consumer behavior Element of public finance International trade Balance of payment Reading List  Lesourne. Lagos: African International Publications Ltd  Adekanye. National Income Accounting and Circular Flow of Income Introduction to Public Finance: Taxation and Government spending Labour Market: Structure. J. 2 nd Edition Englewood Cliffs.  Harvey. J. W. (2007) On Demand Supply Management – World class strategies. J.  Lipsey.J: Prentice-Hall International Inc. Ross Publishing inc.  David.. K. (1994) Economics. Switzerland  Colgan. Inflation: Causes. (1961) Economic Theory and Operations Analysis.A. London: McGraw- Hill. New York: Collier-Macmillan. William.L (1997) Introduction to Economics. monopoly. (1998) Economics: A simplified Approach. Lagos F&A Publishers Ltd. London: Macmillan. (2002) Economic System and Comparative Economics II.  Nature of Costs  Theory of Costs  Cost behavior in short run Market Structure Analysis and Market Failure Market Structures Analysis of equilibrium – perfect competition.  Harvey.L. vols. and Chrystal. J. Gardener (1966) Macro Economic Theory. R. Broadview Press Ltd. Peter J. (2002) Market Structure and Technological Change. J. D. (2005)The Promise and Peril of International Trde.  Ackly. New York: Palgrave. J (1998) Modern Economics.C. A. 3 rd Edition. Alec (1995): An Introduction to Positive Economics. N. London: McGraw-Hill Books Companies.. Harwood Academic Publishers. J (2000) Mastering Economics. USA  Baldwin. D. Nigeria  Adebayo. Washington DC. Florida. (1974) Managerial Economics. 6 . 1 & 2.

Overview and importance of Finance and Accounting Information to managers and organizations. c. Sussex: Wheatsheat Books. India  Drury. Introduction to Accounting OVERALL OBJECTIVES a. Differences between Appreciation of cost and Elements of cost.  Ricketts. A. g. Analyses. 9. J. Characteristics/Qualities of accounting report. PHI Learning Private Ltd. C. E. New Delhi. India  Sofat.  Tadoro. Lagos: John West Publications Ltd. The Benin Social Science series. students with relevant and contemporary accounting tools and new terminologies in line with International Financial Reporting Standards b. Basic Principles and Procedures of Book-Keeping and the use of daybooks and ledgers. 6. Errors corrections and Control Accounts Reading List  Banerjee. Cengage Learning EMEA. Account for non-profit organization. (19870 The Economics of Business Enterprises: New Approaches to the Firm. New Delhi. 7 . 10.  Omolehinwa. (1985.K. P. (1996) Economics: An African Perspective. (2000) Coping with Cost Accounting. 5. Manufacturing Accounts 7.  Yesufu. London  Anao. The Relationship between Accounting and IT. M. To understand finance and accounting procedures and important finance and accounting terminologies. (2010) Financial Accounting: Concepts. and Hiro.O. Introduction to cost Accounting and Financial Accounting.  Umo. London: MacMillan. Preparation of Bank Reconciliation Statement. 11. To prepare and implement financial budgets (including cash budget as management resources control tool). 8. Lagos: Pumark Nigeria Ltd. Lagos: Longman. Accounting Concepts and Conventions 3. R.e. To acquaint the future Managers i. 2. To appreciate the importance of computer application to finance and accounting processing CONTENTS 1. 1970) Economic Development in the Third world. PHI Learning Private Ltd. (1996) The Nigerian Economy: Growth without Development. (1997) Introduction to Financial Accounting.U. Benin: University of Benin. Ikeja. B. (2008) Management and Cost Accounting. M. Methods and Uses. T.P. (2010) Basic Accounting. Preparation of Simple Final Accounts 4.

Lagos: Pumark Nigeria Ltd. Fundamentals of Psychology & Sociology OVERALL OBJECTIVE To expose students to emotional quotient (EQ) also referred to as Emotional Intelligence Quotient (EQ) and how it influences performances To expose the students to the rudiments of Psychology and Sociology as they influence Human Resource Management. What is Cyberpsychology? Psychotherapy in Cyberspace Cyberpsychology. thereby providing them with the basic knowledge of the two fields of Social Sciences. What is Psychology? Psychology as a Science Nature of Psychology Scope and method of Psychology Basic elements of Psychology Personality and the Social Self Theories of Personality Development Determinants of human behavior – Psychological. J. COURSE CONTENTS 1. F. What is Sociology? Basic elements of Sociology 8 . Eddy (2002): Foundation of Accounting. Behaviour & Social Networking Cyberpsychology research and Cybersocial trends 5.O.  Wood.  Omolehinwa. and Omuya. psychological Motivation Emotion Perception Learning 3. What is Emotional Quotient (EQ)? Goleman’s Five 'Domains’ of EQ Measuring EQ using MSCEIT Application of EQ 4. Lagos: Longman Group Ltd. General Introduction What is Science? Characteristics of Sciences Differences between Social Sciences and Natural Sciences Methods and subject matter of the two Sciences Limitations of the Social Sciences 2. socio-cultural. (1999): Business Accounting I.

why it can matter more than IQ. Great Britain  Norman. Roles and Status  Achieved and Ascribed roles and status. Culture and Society What is Society? Components of culture Importance of Culture Cultural relativism Cultural diffusion and change Ethnocentrism 7. Human Groups  Types – Primary and Secondary. USA  Elstrup. 9 . Purnell & Sons Ltd. Cambridge University Press. Springer Publishers. (1995) Work Psychology. & Robertson. et al (2009) Assessing Emotional Intelligence Theory. USA  Goleman.L. CJ (2010) Fundamentals of Psychology. Cooper. J. London  Adcock. Formal and Informal. Social Institutions – Structure and functions of:  Economic Institution  Political Institution  Educational Institution  Religious Institution  Family Institution 9. (2004) Emotional Intelligence.. D. I. New York. New York. Working with emotional Intelligence. Springer Publishers. Reading List  Stough. C. The uses of Sociology 6. (2009) The Ways of Humans: Modelling the Fundamentals of Psychology and Social Relations. USA pp448  Agiobu-Kemmer. London: Pitman Publishing. Cambridge University Press. I. USA  Norman. Researech and Applications. Lagos: Deutchez Publishers  Arnold. K. (ed) (2001) Readings in early childhood. (2008) Cyberpsychology: An introduction to Human Computer interaction. In and Out groups  Characteristics  Functions  Goals 10.T. New York. K (2008) An Introduction to Human Computer. Bloomsbury Publishers. C. O. Socialization What is socialization? Aims of socialization Agents of socialization Process of socialization 8. New York.

Lai (1988) Reading in Sociology. New Jersey: Prentice Hall. (1994) Social Problems. A (1987) Introduction to Sociology. J.  Hobbs and Blank (latest edition) Sociology: A study of Human Interaction. Training & Rehabilitation  Tripathi. RC and Sinha. I. Pacific Grove. John West Publications.  Adekola. Evans Brothers (Nigeria Publishers) Ltd Journals  Journal of International Association of Cyberpsychology.  Olusanya.  Henslin. (2010) The Ways of Humans: “The Emergence of Sense and Common Sense Through Language Production” Integrative Psychological and Behavioural Science.  Coon. A. (1995) Introduction to Psychology: Exploration and Application. O.  Dworetzky. Pp 82-95 10 . Lagos. California: Brooks/Cole Publishing Co. D. Y. and Olurode. (1997) Psychology. James M. (2009) “The Ways of Being and Becoming Human” Integrative psychological and behavioural science Pp 311-323  Elstrup. O.P. New York: West Publishing.

the role of external consultants. Scope and History of Personnel Management and Industrial Relations. etc. Springer Publishers. G. (2010) Work-life-Balance: Diskurse. Ohio. the state and its agencies).H.. Problemlagen. NHF) Accidents. NHIS. J. performance management and compensation management and employee welfare services. the parties in industrial relations (trade unions. To enable students understand the nature of employment relationship as well as inevitability of conflicts that emanate. Training and Development. M. 2. management.L. Ohio. retirement. job specifications. Definition and nature of industrial relations.g. Definition.W. educational assistance. 6. New York. c. USA 11 . target setting. job description. 7.I. with emphasis on issues relating to organizational change. e. USA  Bohlander. (2012) Human Resource Management: Essential Perspectives 6th Edition.FOUNDATION 2 Introduction to Personnel Management & Industrial Relations OVERALL OBJECTIVES a. South Western Publishers. selection with special reference to reliability and validity issues in selection. Forschungsperspektiven.F. 5. Elements of employee staffing process (job analysis.S. Sources and methods of recruitment. R. (2007) Managing human resources 14 th edition. CONTENTS 1. Thomson Publishers. and Mathis. To introduce students to the rudiments of the problems and issues in Personnel Management and Industrial Relations. (N. job standards and human resource planning process) 3. USA  Jackson. S. Management of conflict with particular reference to joint consultation and collective bargaining. and Snell.T. Employee Compensation Act 2010. education of workers and management representatives. employers’ associations. Leadership and motivation. 4. To acquaint students with new legislation on employee welfare services b. career management and succession planning. Worklife Balance Reading List  Oechsle.

& Peretomade . Lagos: Macmillan Nigeria Publishers & Dpt. 5. New York: Palgrave.  Alo. Lagos: Saban Publishers. M (Ed) (1987) Readings in Industrial Relations in Nigeria. Vikas Publishers. London: Cassell. India  Fajana. Of IRPM. (Ed). D.  Fashoyin. John (1995). Trade Unions and Labour Legislation. and Pinlott.G. New Delhi: South Asian Publishers. F. B.  Damachi.  Otobo. (2000) Principles of Personnel Management. JOURNAL Albertsen. India  Sinha. Tayo. et al (2008) Workhours and Worklife Balance SJWEH Suppl Vol. Industrial Relations in Nigeria.F.C. (1996). Lagos: Business and International Support Associates Limited. 14- 21 12 . (2007) Industrial relations and Labour Laws 5 th Edition. K (2001) Human Resources Management.  Fashoyin. 1992) Industrial Relations and African Development. (1980). Tayo (ed) (1986) Contemporary Problems in Nigerian Industrial Relations. K. London: Longman Group Ltd. Unilag. Lagos: Malthouse Press Ltd.  Armstrong. Oladimeji (1999) Human Resource Management in Nigeria. D. Dorling Kindersley. T.  Adewumi. & Fashoyin. London:  Banjoko. Lagos: Labofin and Co. V. Lagos: Development Press Ltd. Lagos: Fadec Publishers. T.  Peretomade. S.  Srivastava. Sola.  Farnham. (2002) Human Resource Management: An Introduction.  Cheatle.  Akanji. & Omole. PRN et al (2004) Industrial Relations. M. (2001) Human Resources Management Lagos: Obaroh & Ogbinaka Publishers Ltd.O. (Ed. A Handbook of Personnel Management Practice. U. Lagos: Friedrich Ebert Stiftung. Understanding Industrial Relations. (Ed) (1997) Trade Unionism in Nigeria: Challenges for the 21st Century. New Delhi.)(1987) Collective Bargaining in the Public Sector in Nigeria.  Fashoyin. Simbo (1996) Human Resource Management: an expository approach.

Human Resource Management Function 5.Promotional . Nigerian New Business Policies . Classification of Business in Nigeria 2.The Enterprise Promotion Decree 13 . Political and Legal Environment . Partnership .Finance Function .Regulatory . The Need for Government Involvement in Business . Technological Environment . Conceptual Framework of Nigeria Business Environment . Forms of Business Ownership . Corruption and Nigerian Business 3.Economic Environment . The concept and definition of Business in Nigeria . Business Organization and its Environment Interdependence Business Organic Function . Corporation or Limited Liability Companies 4.Nigerian Business Environment OVERALL OBJECTIVE To enable students build more resilience and carry out effective benchmarking as well as global alignment for appropriate appreciation of the Nigerian business environment in the light of Globalization and role of IT. The Role of Government in Business.Historical Development of Business in Nigeria .Production Function . International Business Environment .Participatory 6. Sole Proprietorship .Marketing Function . CONTENTS 1.Government Services to Business . Cultural/Ethnical Environment . Business Environment .

J.  Odugbesan. L (2009) Inside Nigeria billions of Naira Water Scam  Imhonlele.Feasibility Report . A.Problems of International Business .Budget .Causes of Business Failure (Micro) . P. Gbolahan Gbadamosi. (2010) Nigerian Entrepreneurs urged to take advantage of Growth Act  Convington. Linus Osugwu. Self Assessment Questions 7.Policy etc. 14 . (2005) Is Globalization capable of raising living standards through international trade in Nigeria  Sule. O. International Business . Deregulation of the Economy . and Odugbesan. A. The Challenges of Managing Business in Nigeria . (2002): Business Management Concepts Publishers. Lagos. . 1986 Budget and the Structural Adjustment Programme .S.Identification of Business Opportunities . Lagos.Survival for Small Scale Business ..  Michael Aluko.Factors that affects the Choice of Business in Nigeria . (2007) The Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and Risks of Doing Business in Nigeria  Philip Kotler (1989) – Principles of Marketing 3rd edition Prentice – Hall of India New Delhi. Fracnis Umukoro: (1998): Business Management and Environment Malthouse Press Ltd.Management Terms .Causes of Business Failure (Macro) . (2000): Understanding Nigeria Business Environment: A book of Reading Concepts Lagos.  Adeleke A.Reasons for International Business . (1999): Business Environment and Management Concepts Lagos.Self Assessment Questions 9.Problems of ECOWAS .  Isimoya A. The effect of Globalisation on Nigerian Business Environment References  Ahmed.Self Assessment Questions 8. M. Entrepreneurship Development . and Linus Osugwu (1999): Marketing Promotion and Sales Management Pumark Nigeria Ltd. Lagos.Disadvantages of Small Scale Business . N. Privatization and Commercialization .Regionalization of Business – ECOWAS . 10.  Asika.

fraud. duress. mistake. (Illegality. To understand the role of law of contract as the basis or foundation of business transaction in Nigeria CONTENTS Definition. Types of vitiating factors. scope and sources of Business law Classification of Contract . Essentials of a valid contact  Privity of Contract  Discharge of contract arrangement and agreement in law. frustration etc). misrepresentation. undue influence.and The effect of vitiating factor Agency and Hire Purchase  Definition of Agency  Types of Agency  Authority of an Agent  Duties of a Principal and Duties of an Agent  Termination of Agency Relationship  What is Hire Purchase and Credit Sale Transactions  Formation of Hire Purchase Contract 15 . Remedies for breach of contract Vitiating elements Meaning of vitiating factors.Business Law OVERALL OBJECTIVE To expand the scope and horizon of knowledge and the hitherto narrow areas of study in Law of Contract and Commercial Law To enable students appreciate the fac that the law recognizes the freedom of individuals to enter into contractual and commercial transactions To appreciate the working of the guiding principles derived from the case law. .

 Double Insurance and Ratable Proportion. right to sell.W.  The effect of Hire Purchase Account on the Common Law Position  Conditions and Warranties under H/P Contract  Termination of Hire Purchase Contract Intellectual Property  Patent & Design  Copyright  Trade Mark Sale of Goods  What are goods?  Transfer of Property. Indemnity. Banking: Negotiable Instruments  What is Bill of Exchange?  What are Negotiable Instruments?  Cheques  Promissory Notes  Liabilities for Forgery  Circumstances where a Bank can refuse to honor a cheque Insurance Law  What is Insurance Contract?  Types of Insurance  Formation of Insurance Contract  Basic Principles i. USA 756pp  Kurfi. Insurable Interest. (2003) Law of Contract in Nigeria. 304pp  Abbarrett. Risk and Title  Merchantability. F.M. Reinsurance etc. Types of Business Organizations  Sole Proprietorship  Partnership  Corporations  Comparison of the three business organizations  Advantages and disadvantages of each  Rights and Duties of Partners  Nature. (2009) Business Law 5th edition. and other implied express terms in a contract of sale. right to title. A. FM Abbarrett igeria. Types and Powers of Corporations  Corporate attributes  Corporate powers and liabilities. Barron’s Educational Series Inc New York. 308pp 16 . Benchmark Publishers Ltd.e. (2001) Nigerian business law. Formation. Reading List  Emerson. Lagos- Nigeria. 265pp  Yakubu. Subrogation.e. fitness for purpose. I. Kano-Nigeria. Malthouse Press. etc. R. Aminu Kado (2005) Business Law in Nigeria.

Channel Island. (1997) Law of Contract. (1972) Law of Contract. The Law of Contract. I. (1997) Law of Banking and Negotiable Instruments in Nigeria. Malthouse Press. (1985) Nigerian Law of Contract. Indiana University. (1983) Commercial Law. Achike. E. Ikeja-Lagos  Fogam. O (1972) Business Law in Nigeria. Enugu  Asomugha. M. Evans Brothers (Nigeria Publishers) Ltd 17 . 7th Edition  Adesanya. Bolabay Publications. USA  Sagay. (1973) The Law of Securities  Treitel. Lagos  Lowe. J. R. UK: Spectrum Books Ltd  Skies. K. M. Sweet & Maxwell Publishers. E. NW Nwamife Publishers. O. P. E. Jersey.O & Oloyede. E.

O. Classification of Computers 3.G. J. To introduce the students to the rudiments of computer systems c. New York: Harcourt and Brace College Publishers. spread sheet.  Golden Opportunities (1995) Computer awareness for Beginners. E. J. S. Sawyer. Computerization of operations – Issues and Challenges 7. Handling data from decretive to inferential statistical 8. of Computer Sciences. To provide them with the knowledge of computer systems and applications d. (2009) Management Information System 6th edition. WIMAX Reading List  Hoggatt. D.  Sullivan. O and Akingbade. 9th edition. C. Ohio-USA  Jha. South-Western Cengage Learning Publishers. A. Oladeji F. Introduction to word processors 5. information storage and retrieval) 6. San Diego. (2010) Century 21 Computer applications and Keyboarding. A & Oyedokun. New Delhi. collation and manipulation of statistical data for decision making CONTENTS 1. and Shank. India  Oz. To familiarize the students with the collection. D. 18 . Emerging issues in Telecommunication Industry 1G. 2G. E. WIFI. Ibadan: Falola Commercial Printers. Lagos: Dept. B. Basic anatomy of the Computer 2.5G.Computer Application & MIS OVERALL OBJECTIVES a. 2. Boston-USA  Adeyemi. Basic computers operation (word processing. (1996) The New Computer User. The role of the Computer in Data Analysis and Decision making 9. F (2002) Computer Applications in Business Lagos: Unilag Press  Uwadia. (2007) Computer concepts and Management information system. J. Thomson/Course Technology. Prentice Hall. Emerging issues in Information Technology (a) Cloud computing (b) Forensic computing 10. O (2000) Introduction to Computer Applications. To expose students to emerging and contemporary issues in ICT b.A. Unilag. Fundamentals of micro-computers 4.

Lang Publishers. C. H. CONTENTS  Principle of Government  Sovereignty  The Constitution  The Party System  Centralization and-Decentralization  Bicameral and Unicameral legislature  Delegated Legislature  Ministerial and Collective responsibility  The Presidential and cabinet systems of government  Public administration  Nature of Law. Nigeria Legislature c. C (2000)Information Technology for Management. Customary Law and Islamic Law e. CHARACTERISTICS OF THE NIGERIAN LEGAL SYSTEM The Sources of Nigerian Law a. 398pp 19 . This will enable students understand the nature and the role of government with the effect of Nigerian Legal System on Business and Management. USA. (2005) The Nigerian Legal System P. Sources of Law. order and system serve as a guide and a tool for a would be HR Manager. Introduction * Preliminary consideration * Interpretation of Statutes b. New York: Irwin McGraw-Hill  Comprehensive text on IT & MIS by Ani Onyeka  Comprehensive Text on IT by Ani Onyeka Government and Nigerian Legal System OVERALL OBJECTIVE The Nigerian judicial procedure.  Constitution and Constitutional Democracy  Crime Control in Nigeria RECOMMENDED TEXT:  Wmalimu. Law and Morality and kinds of Law.  Lucas. New York. English Law d. Judicial Precedent or Case Law Hierarchy of Courts or Court Systems/The Judicial System  The Hierarchy of Courts in Nigeria  The judiciary and Democracy in Nigeria  Commencement of Civil Proceeding in the High Court.

(Publishers) Ltd.W. Politics and Mass Media in Nigeria. O (2004) Law. S. O and Aloyasius-Michaels. Arbitration and Mediation in Nigerian Legal System.O. Hart. (1971) The Concept of Law.O. Park.L. (2000) Conciliation. The Nature of African Customary Law  A.  Glanville Williams. Nsukka Press Publishers  Obilade. Enugu. L. Learning the law  T.N. A. E.  Price. Nsukka University Press  Nweke. Grace Publishers Inc.A. Comparative Government for Modern Constitutions London: Hutchinson & Co. Elias.A.J. London Oxford University Press  Malemi.K. (2002) Principles of Crime Prevention and Detection in Nigeria. (1999) Outline of Nigerian Legal System.U. Sources of the Nigerian Law. (1979) the Nigeria Legal System Ibadan: Spectrum Books Limited. J.H. Ebenezer Productions  Nnayelugo.  Ejiofor. H. 20 .

Setting objectives: planning. Organisation for Business Practice o Requirements and procedures o Organisation and management 7. including the influence of government and international institutions. 5. providing leadership by reducing or preventing uncertainties. The Business Environment o Economic. The Influence of Public Policy on Business Organisations 21 . The Organic Business Functions o Production. controlling and coordinating activities. organizing resources. motivating personnel. The Nature and the Development of Business Organisations o Types of business organisations: sole proprietorship. Finance. Marketing and Personnel functions in business 3. Socio-Cultural. CONTENTS 1. directing. staffing. The Nigerian Economic and Financial Systems. innovating. and their impact on business organisations 8. their rationale and their limits on controlling business activities and behaviours. partnership and limited liability companies – private and public 2. It is also to provide a deeper understanding of the interrelatedness of the organic business functions within a given environment. o Influence of the environment on business management 4. Political. Legal and Corporate Environment.INTERMEDIATE 1 Business Administration OVERALL OBJECTIVE The purpose of this course is to broaden the students’ knowledge about the general environment in which business organisations operate. The Management Techniques Observable In Nigeria Organisations o Requirements and procedures o Organisation and management 6. The Management Process The functions performed by managers in organisations. Technological.

W. Reading list  Goleman. (2001) Techniques in Administration and Management.M.  Ifechukwu.  Cartwright. D. et al (2008) Business Management ‘Fresh perspective’ Prentice Hall. R. 9. (2001) Mastering the Business Environment. (1986) Business Management: Principles and Practice. E. Social Responsibility of Business Organisations 11. Cape Town.  Ola. USA  Banhegyi. V. R. C. P. Lagos: University of Lagos Press. (1992) Business Performance Improvement through Cost Management. S. HBR Press. & Bello. R.  Aniagor. (2011) “Leadership that gets results (Harvard Business Review). issues 1-2. O. Lagos: Longman. Lagos: Unilag Press. (1988) Elements of Business in Nigeria. C. Onitsha: African Educational Publishers. A. A. (2007) Business Management for Entrepreneurs. JOURNAL Nigeria Journal of Business Administration Vol. Association of Professional Bodies in Nigeria. London: Palgrave. J. J.  Iyanda. T. England  Adewunmi. (latest edition) Nigeria Corporate Policy and Strategic Management Text Cases. Nnewi: Landmark Nigeria Publishing Coy.  Ojo. F. Ethical Issues in Business Administration 10. 8. Case Studies on contemporary issues in Business circle NOTE: Lectures should be supported with case study analysis for the effective understanding of the concepts of this subject. Influence of Globalisation on Business Organisations 12. South Africa 498pp  Niewwenhuizen. Creda Communications. Pita (1981) Management in Nigeria: Theories and Issues.  Osaze. Lagos: Okeagbe Book Company. A. (latest edition) The Nigerian Manager. (2002) Ethics in Professional Practices in Nigeria. Challenges and Opportunities. Lagos: Amfitops Books Coy.C.  Keith and Grubeline (latest edition) An Introduction to Business Enterprises. B. et al (2010) Management Across Cultures: challenges and strategies Cambridge University Press.  Ejiofor. (2008) Business Administration Gibb Press. & Ejiofor. S/A  Parsons. A. Nigeria. 2006 22 . USA 236pp  Steers.

Advanced Economics OVERALL OBJECTIVE The Global Crisis that greeted the Millennium is still taking its toll on many economies of scale This study seeks to expose the students to advanced micro and macroeconomic analysis to enable them understand and appreciate public and private policies and actions as they affect the economy and international economic relations and equilibrium. Theory of Distribution:  Theories of wages  Demand and supply of labour  Trade unions  Theories of interest 23 . CONTENTS 1. monetary and other consequences  Survival Instinct/Bailout 2. Production  Production analysis in the long run .Isoquants  Production equilibrium multiple variable input  Returns to scale 4. Business cycles  Recessions  Booms  Depression  Recovery  The Fiscal. Costs  Cost-production relationship  Cost behaviour in the long run 5. Market Failures  Meaning of Market failure  Types of Market failure  Public policy and Market failure 6. Consumer Behaviour  The Cardinal Approach to Consumer equilibrium – Marshallian Approach  Consumer Surplus  Ordinal Approach to consumer equilibrium – Indifference curve approach 3.

(1999) Microeconomics Theory. And M.. London. Macro economic theory. Lagos. Richard. UK: Palgrave. Nigeria: Joanee Educational Publishers Ltd. and Connect. 2006. Theories of rent  Economic Rent and transfer earnings  National Income determination in an Open Economy  Multipliers and acceleration Principles  Theories of Demand and Supply of Money: IS-LM Approach  Phillip Curve: Inflation-Unemployment Relationship  Theories of Growth and Development  International trade and balance of payment  Exchange Rate management  International monetary system Reading list  David Romer.  Fabayo. 24 . Benin- City: Mureh Publishers. M. (1996) Mathematical Analysis in Economics. K. Ile-Ife. O.. USA/Canada  Anyawu. & Eleri. Hampshire. A. J. D Irun Inc. Hampshire. Z. C. N. Onitsha. Hejaihra. and Oaikhenan (1995) Modern Macroeconomics: Theory and Applications in Nigeria. Nigeria: Concepts Publishers. C. I. T. (2009) Global Financial meltdown: how we can avoid the next economic crisis. M.  Jean-pascal Benassy.  Nwakeze. Routledge Publishers. (2000) Modern Economics (5th Edition). Nigeria: Sivar Industrial Ltd.  Ekanem. foundations of Modern Macroeconomics .  Fashola. N. S. A. & Osayinmwese. Richard G.  Harvey. Palgrave Macmillan Publisher. B. 2011. Nigeria: Obafemi Awolowo University Press. A. (2010) Monetary and Financial Integration in West Africa. O. A. (2000) Mastering Economics (7th Edition). Lagos. A.  Rent: Pareto and Ricardian. (2000) Elements of Economics (Micro and Macro). & Lawanson. Iyoha. (1999) Introductory Microeconomics (Summary notes and 300 Multi-Choice Review Questions and Answers). Advanced Macro economics. Oxford University press  Read.  Lipsey.M. J. J. New York-USA  Oshikoya.  Harvey. & Chrystal. S. 2011. J.  Onimode. T. I. Alec (1995): An Introduction to Positive Economics (8th Edition) ELBS with Oxford University Press. Oxford University press  Ben. P. UK: George Allen & Urwim (Publishers) Ltd. UK: Macmillan Master Services. Loto. (1984) Mathematics for Economics and Business.

The framework of major concepts and conventions on which accounting is based. documents by which data is raised and the methods whereby such information is gathered and entered into the accounting system. Accruals and payments.Accounting and Finance for Managers OVERALL OBJECTIVES This study exposes students to an approach in Financial Reporting that emphasizes the understanding and application of the subject to the financial management of businesses. the journal and ledger accounts. The application of the double entry system. Daybooks. through to a trial balance. Purpose and operation of control accounts. the Statement of Profit or Loss and other Comprehensive income and the Statement of financial position. Non-current assets and methods of depreciation with impairment cost. The capital/revenue recognitions. Sole traders and simple 25 . adjustments for errors and alternation. Accounting Records: The translation of business activity through data collection to accounting entries. Bank reconciliation statements. Accounting and Finance: An Overview 2. Financial Statements: The accounting equation. the main financial statements and the needs of their users. The extended trial balance. It is intended for future managers rather than for those who want to become accountants. 5. 6. The role of Accounting: The purpose of accounting as an information system for internal management and external stewardship. the range of services provides to an organization by the accounting function. To expose students to reflections on new terminologies in line with International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) CONTENTS (PART A) 1. Internal Control: Local and correction of errors. the cashbooks. Statement of Change in Equity and Statement of Cash Flow and notes to the Account. IFRS Framework in comparison with former Nigerian General Acceptable Accounting Principles (GAAP) 3. 4. and the system of internal check.

and preparation of final accounts. Lagos: Dept of Finance.  Anao. clubs and societies. Capital structure and Dividend Decisions. 26 . E. Incomplete records. C. Lagos: Longman. Limited and Public Limited Companies. The finance function investment. A. Understanding company financial information: ratio analysis based on balance sheet information: short-term ratio. (2001) An Insight into Management Accounting. A. Accountancy. Reading List  Patra. (ed). Lagos: Corporate Publishers Ventures. 9. financial management as tools of planning and dividends. Calculation of Present Value. financing and dividends. Lagos: Value Analysis Consult. Issue of shares and their financial market.  Adewumi. A. Source of finance: Short. Costing for Decision Making 4. 10. Lagos: Value Analysis Consult. accounts of clubs and societies. K and Panda. Introduction to company account: Issue of shares and debentures. New Delhi  Adams. PART B 1. A. (2002) Introduction to Finance. Budgetary Control 5. Partnership Account: Admission of new partners. 7. 8. 8. J. Net Present Value and Fair Value 6. (2006) Accounting and Finance for Managers. R.  Adeniji. & Ezike. Capital Investment Decisions: Basic evaluation of investment projects. W. performance ratio and financing ratios.  Adeniji. (1997) Introduction to Financial Accounting. Medium and Long term sources. University of Lagos & Okeagbe Book Coy.  Ajayi. The nature and risks of finance: The objective of financial decisions. A. financial management as tools of planning and control financing business. J. E. trade unions. Working capital management 11.K. 9. dissolution of partnership and conversion to Limited Liability Company. and Inanga. Sarup & Sons Publishers. A. (2002) Simplified Management Accounting. Standard Costing (Variance Analysis) 3. Elements of Costs and Cost Sheet 2. A. 7. Receipts and payments account. partnerships. (2002) Public Sector Accounting and Finance.

R. A. E. J. E.  Wood. Lagos: Wyse Associates.  Gee.S. D. London: Financial Times. (1998) Finance and Accounting for Non-Specialist Students. Frank. Lagos. New York: McGraw-Hill.  Olawumi.  Olowe. Lagos: Print Serve.  Ross.  Igbon. S. R. New Jersey: Prentice Hall. W. Financial Management.  Omolehinwa. Lagos: Pumark Nigeria Ltd. A. (2001) Spice & Pegler’s Book keeping and Accounts (26 th Ed. Lagos: Longman group 27 . (2002) 101 Problems and Solutions in Management Accounting. Lagos: Pumark Nigeria Ltd. Analysis and Capital Investments. Westerfield. (1999) Financial Accounting made Simple.) New York. P. Anthony. A. Nigeria: Jaylycent OTG Ventures. A. R. Concepts. (2002) Coping with Cost Accounting. Principles of Accounting. (2002) Essentials of Corporate Financial Management. J. B. (2001) Essentials of Corporate Finance. U. & Jordan. A et al(1997) Management Accounting. (1999) Business Accounting: Volume I & II.  Pizzey. Inc.) UK: Tolley Lexis Nexis.  Ezekiel.A: Continum. O. (1999) Management Accounting (4th Ed.  Lucey. T.  Inanga Eno L. Eddy (2001) Government Budgeting in Nigeria.  Omolehinwa. B.

Mean Absolute Deviation -Variance and Standard Deviation -Coefficient of Variation -Skewness and Kurtosis 6.Range and Semi-Interquartile Range . Measures of Location -Mean -Mode -Median -Other Fractiles 5. Probability Distributions -Bernoulli and Binomial Distributions -Poisson distribution 28 . Classification and Presentation of Data -Pictograms and Charts -Frequency Distribution Tables -Graphical Representation of Data 4. Measures of Variability . Probability and Probability Rules -Permutation and Combination -Classical and Sample Space Approach -Probability Rules 7. making the HR Manager relevant as a business Partner CONTENTS: PART A 1. Statistical Data -Types of Statistical Data -Sources of Statistical Data -Methods of Data Collection -Sampling and Sampling Techniques 3. The general nature of business statistics -Nature of Business Statistics -Uses and Importance of Statistics in Human Resource Management 2.Business Statistics & Social Research Methods OVERALL OBJECTIVE To expose students to the use of modern day statistical tools in business decision and social research method thus.

Data Gathering Methods -Identifying the Data Gathering Instruments -Advantages and Disadvantages of the Various Data Gathering Instruments 29 . Clarity and Un-ambiguity 2. Labour Turnover -Meaning and Importance of Labour Turnover -Calculation of Labour Turnover PART B – SOCIAL RESEARCH METHODS 1. Literature Review -Purpose of Literature Review -Scope of the Literature Review -Reading the Literature and Making Notes 4. Test of Hypothesis -One Sample Test for Mean and Proportion -Two Sample Test for Mean and Proportion -Analysis of Variance -Contingency Tables -Goodness of Fit 11. Sampling Distribution and Estimation -Sample Mean and Proportion -Difference Between Two Population Means and Propotions -Estimation -Confidence Interval for True Population Mean and Proportion Confidence Interval for the difference between two population Means and Proportions 10. Regression and Correlation -Definition and Uses of Regression -Fitting the Regression Line -Correlation 9. Planning the Research -Writing the Research proposal. -Identifying the Key Research Variables -Formulating the Theoretical/Conceptual Framework -Research Design 3.-Normal Distribution 8. Introduction to Social Research -The Nature and Importance of Research -Types of Research -Guidelines for Selecting a Researchable Topic -Evaluating the Research Topic for Scope.

(2002). (1996) (Ed). Lagos: CIPM and Malthouse Publishers. Kerlinger. F. Mojekwu. 5. New York. Spiegel. IPS Educational Press. Onitsha.(1991) Research Metrhodology in the Behavioural Sciences.M. I. Constraints in Conducting Social Research in Nigeria Reading List: 1. (1985). 3. W. Africana. Croft. 7.-Validity and Reliability of data -Sampling and Sampling Techniques -Designing Statistical Instruments 5. Foundations of Behaviour Research. Introduction to Research Methodology.C. E. New Delhi: Sorjet Publishers. Footnotes and References 6.L. Easy Print Publication. N. Osuagwu. Ilaro. Ojikutu. Ikeja: Malthouse Press Ltd.C. (2000). Lagos: Gre Resource Ltd. Social Research Methods.N. 6. 9. J. 4. Data Analysis and Report Writing -Analysis and Interpretation of Research Data -Presentation of Research Report -Organization of Report Writing -Documentation. Imoisili. Osuala. David (1988) Applied Statistics for management Studies. Statistics: Problems and Solution.FEP Publishers Ltd. 11. (1992) Statistics: Problems and Solution. London Macdonald and Evens Ltd.N.G (2000) Business Research Methods. E. (1997) Business Statistics. 8. Ikeja Malthouse Press Limited. Lagos. 10.E. Asika. Zikmund.N. R. A. L(2002) Business Research Methods: Principles and Practice. Mojekwu. Ikeja Longman 2. Obijiofor. Statistics. Orlando: Dryden Press 30 . Schum Series. J. (2012) Business Statistics with Solved Examples.

Problems of Training and Development in Nigeria. Lagos: Panaf Note: Consult relevant publications of the National Manpower Board. 1914 1993. Identifying training needs for individual employees. Designing training programmes (learning objectives. 12. etc. 9. (1999) Human Resource Management. 11. Professional associations: the Nigerian Institute for Training and Development. (1996) Management of Training in the Nigerian Public Service. 7. departments and organizations. on-the-job and off-the-job considerations) implementation (programming and contingencies). Evaluation of training for effectiveness.  Maduabum. Comparative training models between public and private sector organizations. training records etc. location.INTERMEDIATE 2 Training and Development OVERALL OBJECTIVE The course is designed to avail students with requirements for developing organizational learning in line with the emerging business trends. principle of Adult learning. Relationship between training and other personnel functions factors bringing about the need for organizational training 6. 14. S. Preparation of Training budget Reading List:  Banjoko. sequence. CONTENTS 1. The role of Government in Training and Development in Nigeria 13. the Tertiary Institutions. Education. Case Studies and Scenario Learning 4. Badagry: ASCON  Ojo. the solid base for effective training 5. P. methods of training. Training institutes (public and private). The Centre for Management Development. the Nigerian Institute of Management. Chartered Institute of Personnel Management. Organization Learning and Intellectual Capital 2. as well as nations. 8. Lagos: Saban. (1996) Human Resource Management.  Fajana. instructors. C. etc. F. 31 . The future of Training and Development in Nigeria 3. Sola (2002) Human Resource Management: An Introduction Lagos: Labofin and Co. Preparation of Training proposal 15.) 10.

world order. coup de’tat. Marxism. Federal. 6. Modern States: Unitary. Administrative law and delegated legislation and adjudication. Socialism. Society and Nation. Fascism. public corporations and state owned companies. Beaurocratic dynamics of Public Administration in Nigeria 2. parliamentary and presidential systems of government.Public Administration OVERALL OBJECTIVES To acquaint students with emerging trends in public administration and contemporary issues CONTENTS 1.E-government and public administration: a. 3. b. Theory of Bureaucracy:  Ecology of Public Administration  Machinery of Government  Public Finance & Public Accountability  General Principles of Law  Evolution of Nigeria Constitution and Rule of Law 7. 5. Influence and Authority. Power. Nazism. Practical elements of public administration systems models in Nigeria. Democracy. The Development of the field of Public Administration: Art or Science. Totalitarianism. Republic. ecology of public administration. political and social change. Evolution of modern bureaucracy. riots. State. Role of ICT in Public administration 4. revolutions. Dictatorship. c. Elements of Government: Nature of Political Science and Politics. Communism. Principles. Anarchism. Monarchy. Conceptual approaches to the study of Politics. Distinction between private and Public 32 . Constitution and constitutionalism. approaches to public administration. main branches of government and their relationships. Political Ideology: Autocracy. Communications in the public service. Administrative structures. Techniques and applications of public administration Elements of public administration. The public service reforms b. Extant theories and practice of public Administration in Nigeria a.

2012.  Anifowoshe. 8. & White. Ibadan. Chicago: Rand McNally College Publishing Co. Concept publications ltd. Local Government and Local Administration. J. Englewood Cliffs. H. R. Development Administration. its history and development. dynamics of organization. T. Nicholas: (latest edition) Public Administration & Public Affairs. the Structure. The Local Government: Theory. L. Administrative Enquiries and Tribunals. (1986) A Handbook for Local Government Administration. 2010. Nduka. (1982) Public Administration in Nigeria. Corporate responsibility. The Nigerian Civil Service: Reforms of Nigerian Public Service. R. J. Ladipo (1986) Politics and Administration in Nigeria. Organization theory. 11. training and process of managing government departments. Development of Local Government in Nigeria. Loester & E. N.  Golembiewski. July. Local Government Finance. Ethics and Corporate Governance: Business Ethics. N. U. N. Transparency in the organization Reading List:  Olaopa Tunji. Ibadan. (ed) (1999). issue 3. 2010. Ltd  Olaopa. Public Financial Administration. Tunji. Principles. Administration. Lagos: John West Publication. Techniques. Ltd.  Bajela. functioning. (latest edition) Cases in Public Management. Dichotomy between Politics and Administration. Public service reforms in Africa. 33 .  Henry. Ibadan: Spectrum Books Ltd.  Achepkeme etal. Olowu & Laleye (latest edition) Local Government in West Africa Since Independence. Budgeting-basic concepts. Longman Nig. James W: (latest edition) Public Administration theory & practice.  Adamolekun. Impact of Corporate governance on perceived organizational success: International journal of business and social sciences Vol. Public Corporations and Public Enterprises: Their role and management. Types of Local Government in Nigeria and Powers.  Eneanya Augustine. Prentice-Hall Inc. June 2012. 3. spectrum books Ltd. recruitments. S. & Enemuo.  Fesler.  Mercer. Ikeja: Longman Nig. 9. New Jersey: Prentice Hall Inc.  Akpan. F. Management of the Civil Service. 10. Y: American Management Associations. Ikeja: Malthouse Press. Englewood Cliffs. H. Role of integrity and communication ethics in Corporate governance Journal of emerging trends in economics and social sciences. M. vol 3. the problems of Local Governments. issues 13. Tools and techniques. Theory and Practice of Public administration and civil service reform in Nigeria. (latest edition) Public Management System.  Ilyas Muhammad. Elements of Politics. Public Administration in Nigeria. and applications.  Adamolekun. 2008.

J.D. New York Marcel Dekker & Basel Inc. Manpower Forecasting 14. Career Planning and Succession 17. Micro/Macro Manpower Planning 12.  Thomas. D. Principles and concepts of Manpower Planning 6. Peter & Popoola. CONTENTS Manpower planning in Human resources -Analysing the current manpower inventory -Making future manpower forecasts -Developing employment programmes -Design training programmes 1. Manpower Policy and Strategies 10. Manpower Utilization and its measurement 11.  Blunt. Relationship between Manpower Planning and Corporate Planning 7. General planning principles 5.  Onyekwere. and workforce reduction issues 4. Special topic: Turnover. Manpower Planning OVERALL OBJECTIVE The development of indigenous manpower to serve as the propelling force for national growth and development is no doubt a key to Nigeria’s socio-economic and political development. 34 . O. Environmental factors and human resource planning RECOMMENDATION TEXTS  Bartholomew. employee mobility. G. absenteeism. (latest edition) Manpower Planning. Lagos: Obaroh & Ogbinaka Pub. Manpower Audit 15. Oladeji. Marmondsworth.M. Lagos: UPC. Middlesex England: Penguin Books Ltd.) 13. (1996) Personnel Management in Africa. (2002) A Course text on Government. Ogbinaka. (latest edition) Organization Theory and Management. Labour Force in Nigeria 8. Demographic Issues in Labour Force 9. (1988) Education & Training for Public Management in Nigeria. D. 3. The increasing global importance of human resource planning in organization 2. Manpower Cost and Accounting 16. Organization Development (O. This course introduces students to the methods and principles of manpower planning and evaluation of human resource programmes in the private and public sectors and adequately enhances students capacity for implementing various manpower planning programmes with minimum supervision.

(latest edition) “Education & Training for Public Management in Nigeria”.  Ojo. Aderinto. C. Tayo: (latest edition) Manpower Development and Utilisation in Nigeria: Problems and Policies. ‘Sola (2002) Human Resource Management: An Introduction. (latest edition) Management & Organizational Development  Zaharadeen. Folayan: (latest edition) Nigeria Universities High Level Manpower Development. Ibadan: University Press. Lagos: CMD  Ojo. Ibadan: Spectrum books limited  Baikie A. Lagos Labofin and Co. Carlisle.  Hashim.  Pattern. (latest edition) Manpower Planning and the Development of Human Resources. Ikeja: CMD Publication. London: Business Books Ltd.  Mcbeath. Usman (Ed): (latest edition) “Management Training & Development in Nigeria. S: (latest edition) Manpower Management: An Integrated Approach to Personnel Management and Labour Relations.  Ejiofor Pita N. R.P. Zaria: Tamaza Publishing Company 35 . & Warren H. M. (2001) Capacity Building and Utilization in Nigeria.P. Folayan. New Delhi-110001: Prentice- Hall of India Private Ltd. C.  Varren. Adeyemo & Fashoyin. (Ed) (1985) Development of Management Education in Nigeria Lagos: CMD.  Udo-Aka. Isa (Ed) (1985) “Issues in Public Sector Management in Nigeria” Lagos: CMD. Lagos: Teitlords Publishers Ltd. Allie.  Maduabum. (1977) “Management Development in Nigeria” The Challenge of Indigenization. H.  Udo-Aka. Kent E.  Fajana.  Nwanko.  Maduabum. Burke W. (1998) Perspective on Manpower Planning and Development in Nigeria: Text and Cases. London: Wiley-Interscience (Supra).  Divivedi. & Kayode. Ibadan: Oxford University Press. G. O. New York: Wiley Interscience. (2002) Recurrent Issues in Nigeria Education.The Role of Management Institutions in the 1980s” Ikeja: CMD Publications  Ake C (2001) Democracy and Development in Afica. U. Gordon: (latest edition) Manpower Planning & Control. Udo: (latest edition) “Management Education for National Development”. Thomas H. division of John Wiley & Sons Inc. M-97 Connaught Circus. Badagry: ASCON Press. Schmidt. (latest edition) Practical Motivation Handbook. & Murphy Shelae.

Concepts of Management and Administration: an overview 6. Approaches to Comparative Management 5. Cross Cultural Differences 4. International.Centered Managing 10. 15. Theories of comparative administration 16. Farmer and Richman’s model b.Private. Management: cultural dimension 19. the student will be able to gain a better understanding of the diversity presented in various Models of Management. Models of comparative management a. Contemporary Manager and Reality. Patterns of International Management 36 . Integrating the Management Schools of Thought 9. the Manager. It is expected that at the end of the course. Constraints of organizational setting on the management of group activities 13. Nigerian experiences in modernizing the management of Public Corporations. as interchange-able expert 12. Theories of comparative management 17. Foreign. cultures and nation states. 7. The Military Administrator. Indigenous and in selected sectors of the Nigerian economy. CONTENTS 1. Management Theories 3. Informal. Public and Private Organisations: a comparative analysis 21. This course in intended at introducing students to systems of management in diverse setting: National. Constraints imposed on managerial discretion in Public Corporations 20. Koontz model c. the Civil Servant. The comparative approach to management and administration 8.Comparative Management & Administration OVERALL OBJECTIVE: Focuses on the similarities and differences among business and management systems from different Contexts. Taxonomy of skills and The Skills of Managers in Private and Public sectors 11. The use of management techniques in Public Administration 14. Neghandi and Estafen Model 18. Formal. and appreciate the difficulties of copying or transferring systems of management across sectors. Public. Intercultural management 2.

b. Britain: MacDonald and Evans. McGraw-Hill. 24. (1996). Rutledge. 1984. N. Selected problems in comparative management and administration a. c. (1980). 22. Training and developing staff. “The Management Theory Jungle Revisited”.  Osaze. New York.  Hofstede. “Nigerian Corporate Policy and Strategic Management: Text and Cases. Motivating personnel. (1967). M. G. Controlling Performance. New Jersey. Appleton- Century-Crofts. Journal Academy of Management Review. and Coulter. W. e. O’Donnel. An inventory of practices that could be usefully transferred between public and business organization in Nigeria. H.  Muse. S. 25. 1985 37 . E. (1979). (1992). Japan. Lagos. No 2. C. Personality At Work: Individual Differences In Workplace. (1980). A. and Weihrich. M. Ikeja. and modifying employee behaviour. New York  Koontz. 10. H. J. B. d. Industrial Administration and Management.) CMD. M. Fifth Edition. Academy of Management Review. R. Rewarding performance. (1997) Basic of Comparative International Management. Culture’s Consequences: International Differences in Work- Related Values Sage.. Vol. Introducing change.  Farmer. H. (1991). Foreign and local business: a comparative analysis 23. 5. P. “The University of Management. Academy of Management. (2nd Ed. Panaf Publishing Inc.  Furnham. The change-agent role of Nigerian professional in undertaking comparative management and administrative research. Reading List  Batty. NY.  Koontz. and Richman.  Robbins. V.  Fapohunda. B. (1965). Vol. Management. A.. Comparative Management. Management. Prentice Hall Inc.

Project Planning and Scheduling .Graphical method .Basic features of CPA and PERT . Course Content 1.Duality principle .Networks and projects structure .Phases in decision-making process . tools and methods of Operations Research so that students can appreciate its potentials in helping managers or users to arrive at optimal decisions.Initial solution to .Solution of assignment problem .PROFESSIONAL EXAMINATION 1 Operations Research OVERALL OBJECTIVE The cardinal objective of this course is to expose students to the principles.Optimization solution .Solution of Linear programming problems .Decision Tree Approach 3.Methodology or .Concepts of decisions process and decision analysis. Linear Programming Models .Formulation of transportation problem .Formulation of assignment problem .Decision involving uncertainty . Transportation and Assignment Model .Decision involving risk .Modeling in OR – types of model formulation and advantages and limitations of modeling 2.Types of Decision Situation .The role of duality in business decision making 4.Origin and development .PERT Analysis 38 .Definitions .CPM Analysis .Simplex method . Introduction to Operations Research .Hungarian method . Elements of decision analysis .Formulation of linear programming problem .Branch and bound method 5. rationality in decision- making process .Objective .

John Wiley & Sons. Solution Techniques Reading List  AckofT. Gerlad (2001). Features of inventory. University of Lagos Press. (2001) Quantitative Techniques London. T. OR Modelling Tools I . S. Inventory Central and Management . F. 0. Pure Strategy . Mixed Strategy 8. Lagos. Lagos Phiighad Nig. E. Formulating the Games Matrix .  Adegbeyeni. Lagos. S. Assembly Line Balancing Models . Quantity Discount . (2000) Practical Operational Research for Developing Countries. Use of CPA in scheduling and central of project . 3rd ed. Sequencing models . . The concept of Dominante . (2000) Decision theory in Business with Oja. Fredrick and Lieberman. Panaf Press.  Dixon-Ogbechi.S (2011). New Delhi Hiller. 7th ed.  Lucey. F. Replacement Models .. Games Theory . (latest edition) Fundamentals of Operations Research New York. Routing models . Other Text Books Gupta. ELSt. E. Operational Research. (2002) Computer Applications in Business. N. Mc Graw-Hill New York Kalavathy. J. J. and Sasieni S. Rajah Ben for Macmillan Indian Ltd. assumptions and terminologies . Queuing Theory .Q Analysis . New Delhi 39 . Determining COQ with shortage . F. Time-cost Relationship of PERT 6. OR Modelling Tools II . S. B. Solution Technologies for Matrix Game . Operational Research: Theory and Application. Chord and Compant Ltd. Determining Economic Production Quantity (EPQ) 7.  Akingbade. Simulation Models . Akingbade J. R. Ltd. System Analysis .O. Introduction to Operational Reseach. (2001). Solution Techniques 9. Markov Chain Model .. Prekumer and Hira D.

Critical thinking. To assist the students appreciate the dynamics of individuals and group attributes in resource management. To enable students understand the dynamics of organizational workplace and interfaces that shape the patterns of behavior patterns that define unique approach to business. CONTENTS: Images of an organization.g.  Organizations as instruments of domination  Organizations as political systems  Organizations as decision centres Leadership in modern organization. Attitudes and job satisfaction  Personalities and Emotion  Employee motivation  Content theories of Motivation e. b.  Corporate communication  Opinions and image surveys  Actual behavior and decisions Powerlessness in modern organization  Behaviourail response to powerlessness  Plateaued managers Managerial styles. Understanding corporate culture.  Leading vs managing  Transactiona vs transformational leadership. Positive and negative reinforcement  Perception and Individual Decision Making  Values.Organisational Behaviour & Performance OVERALL OBJECTIVES a.(Maslow Hersberg ERG 40 .  Personality characteristics  Career paths  Leadership styles Foundations of individual behavior  Bbiographical characteristics  Intellectual and physical abilities  A definition of learning arid theories of learning.

Processes. 2010. Types. Management and organizational behavior. Expectancy theory. FT Prentice Hall. Barriers and  Improvement  Leadership  Traits theories  Behavioral theories Foundations of Organizations  Organizational structure  Organizational Design and Employee Performance  Work Design and Technology  Foundations of human resource policies and practices  Performance Evaluation  Training and Career Development  Managing diversity in organizations  Organizational culture Organizational Change  Force for change  Managing planned change  Resistance to change  Change agents  Work stress  Understanding stress  Sources of stress  Consequences of stress. 41 .  Process theories(Equity theory. Functions. processes and tasks  Group Decision Making  Group Decision Making Techniques  Communication. Goal setting theory) Foundation of Group Behaviour  Classification of Groups  Stages of Group Development  Analyzing group interaction  Workgroup behavior  Group structure. 2009 organizational theories and concept. Future Trends in Organizational Behavior and Performance  Challenges and opportunities in organizational behavior and performance  Responding to globalization  Improving quality and productivity  Improving people skills  Empowering people. Bangkok university press  Laurrie J Mullins. Reading Lists  Chanunnshe panghanout.

M. India. &Yukl. Lagos: Publishing Resources Nig. deal. (2001) Organizational Behavior. New Delhi: Prentice-Hall. J. G & Adebakin.  Roltnis. S. N. Inc.P. Ltd. Inc. G. New Jersey: Prentice-Hall. K. Understanding your organizational behavior.E. Ibadan: Spectrum Books Ltd. R. (2003) Strategic Performance Management: Your Key to Business Success. O. (2001) Organizational Behavior and Work Ethics: Issues and Prospective. 2009.C. (1999) Developing Effective Management Leadership in Nigeria.  Elias.P.  Effiong. E.Hall of India. J.  Akata. Lawler. S.  Lee G. (Ed) (1979) Organizational Behavior. Lagos: Akin Fash coy Ltd. T. & Porter.  Shaw.  Oladunni. New York: Harper and Row Pub.M.  Gbadamosi.A. (Ed) (2000) Labour and Industry. Inc. & Sote.  Harris. (1977) Management of Organizational Behaviour: Utilizing the Human Resources. (1969) I'm O. Ltd.A.  Landy. Foresman & Coy. choice and Leadership. New Delhi: Prentice.  George. Illinois: Richard and Irwin. & Blanchard. & Funkhouser.  Argyris. New York: McGraw Hill Book Coy.  Ritti.W.O. FJ (1985) Psychology of work behavior. (1999) Recruitment.  Ken. Ikeja: PumarkNig. H.A.N.  Hackman.  Hersey.H. (1998) Issues in Corporate and Human Resource Management in the Oil Industry.R. Ohio: Grid Inc.  Levinson. R.K.  Ekpo-Ufot.. Chris (1997) On Organizational Learning Massachusetts: Blackwell Publishers Inc. (1984) Organizational Behaviour and Personnel Psychology. Illinois: The Dorsey Press. (1996) Organizational Behavior: A Basic Introduction.K: A Practical guide to Transactional Analysis. P.  Robbins.  Sote.. Ltd.  Hill. (Ed) (1983) Psychological Foundations of Organizational Behaviour. Selection and Placement of Workers in Nigeria 42 .O. Belman.R. Reframing orgnaisations: Artistry. 2010. S. G. Ohio: Grid Publishing. Private Ltd.C (1981) Counselling at the Work Place.R. (1977) The Ropes to Skip and the Ropes to Know: Studies in Organizational Behavior. B. Wexley. Illinois: Scott.Terrence E. G. (1979) Organizational Diagnosis. G. Lagos: Obaroh &0gbinaka Pub.You're O. New York: McGraw-Hill Book Coy.G. Massachusetts: Harvard University Press. A. Lagos: Lithoquick Production. G.A. (1977) Perspectives on Behavior in Organisations. L. S. A. (2001) Organizational Behavior.A.

(1975) Behavior in Organizations. endowments. Cambridge university press 43 . Ikeja: Xcel Publishers. Origin of the insurance concept. group annuities. 3.E. and explain the essential conditions of a valid insurance contract. Origin of pensions. subrogation. the National insurance Commission 4. General principles of social insurance schemes. Fundamental principles of insurance: Insurable interest. and group life insurance. 8. (Ed) (1999) Coping with Retirement. definitions. utmost good faith. 5. To make students aware of the nature of risks. To enable the students understand the parties to insurance contract. demographic factors and rating. and problems of pension administration in Nigeria. and insurance schemes for social clubs. To develop the students’ ability to understand the fundamental principles of insurance including their practical applications to various classes of life insurance iii. To enable impact to the students a sound understanding of various pensions and social security schemes available to employees and retirees of an organization COURSE CONTENT 1. G. ii. Lawier III. iv. Pensions Reforms Act 2004. various classifications of risks. Insurance and Pensions Management OVERALL OBJECTIVES i. the brokers. Market valuation methods in life and pension insurance. 81 Hackman.W. functions and benefits of insurance and relevant features of insurable risks. Nigerian Social Insurance Trust Fund.. proximate cause and reinsurance. 9. Organizations. and provision for termination of service.R. group personal accident and workmen’s compensation. Individual annuities. types. actuarial valuation. Overview of the Nigerian insurance industry: the insurers. benefits of insurance and characteristic features of insurable risk. 7. E. contribution. Concept of risk. historical background of insurance.  Porter. 6. Lagos: Regy-Five Associates Ltd. risk management process. historical development of insurance in Nigeria. 3. the loss adjusters. risk and related terms. 2. indemnity. Individual life insurance. eligibility criteria.A. contribution and benefit formulae. 2007.Y: McGraw-Hill Book Coy. the Lloyds of London. Reading List:  Thomas Moller. L. the basic functions of insurance.  Sote. Regulation of insurance with special reference to social insurance schemes: Insurance Act 2003. N. Employee’s Compensation Act 2010.

Dostal. Study course 110 for Chartered Insurance Institute of Nigeria. London: ketin Shipton Development. (1998) the Marketing of Insurance. Lagos: Malthouse Press Limited.  Isimoya. N. Lagos: Dekonban Ventures Limited. • Mehrr. Lagos: Malthouse Press Ltd.A. (latest edition) Principles and practice of Insurance. • Pechman.A. Malthouse Press Ltd. Tovot Press.R.  Best. Robert and Carmack. and P. & Others. Washington D.A. • Ogunshola. Lagos: Ecostandard Services. London. Introduction to Life Insurance. S. P. and J. Diamond.  Falegan. Bath: Pitman Press. A.M (1999). Emerson( 1976) The Principles of Insurance.' Global Social Policy 8(2): 238-66. G.. Nigerian Pension Reform 2004-2010: Great Leap or Inappropriate Policy Design? Korean Journal of Policy Studies 25(2): 13-37.C. (1999) Fundamentals of Insurance. Ibadan. July. M. G.Ltd. 2008. Reforming pensions: Principles and policy choices. (1968) Social Security Perspective for Reform. New York: Oxford University Press.  Casey. Delhi: Pearson Education Pte.A. Nigeria: Broad Publications. Hall. FURTHER READINGS READING LIST Dickson. E (2001) “Law of contract and insurance”. K. Rejda.A. • Kairo. • Uzoma. J.F.A and Stein W. O.  Barr. Lagos: Gentle Press. (1987) Pension Schemes in Nigeria. O.I.  Banjo. S E and Niehaus. 2009. B. (1989) Insurance and Pension Practice in Nigeria. pp 7 Government Publications 44 . U. Boston: Irwin /Mc Graw-Hill. Abuja: Nigerian National Planning Commission. Report of the Vision 2020 National Technical Working Group on Financial Sector.E (2002) “Principles of risk management and insurance”. New York: Homewood Irwin. (2000) Risk Management and Insurance Application. C E (1985) “Principles and pecuniary insurances”. • Isimoya. 2010. Lagos. GR (1999) “Risk management and insurance”. Harrington. Chartered Insurance Institute. Pension reform in Nigeria: How not to 'learn from others.C. 2008.Candle/ P.  Nigerian National Planning Commission..  Dostal. J.SA: The Brookings Institution. C. O. London: CII Tuition Service: Ozor. (1973) Comparative Social Policy and Social Security. “Basic principles of insurance”. M.

Employee Development 9. b. Employee Retention 18. reference checks. with focus on emerging trends and tools: a. Youth Entrepreneurship Employee Compensation Act 2010 1. Job Analysis & Design 6. Human Resource Management 3. test batteries. Employee Relationship Management 12. Knowledge Management 17. Competency Based Assessment 8. Steps for enhancing the effectiveness of selection methods. Employee Engagement 16. Personnel Management 2. • Journal of Nigerian Insurance Association • Nigerian Journal of Risk and Insurance • Journal of the Chartered Institute of Insurance of Nigeria. Talent Management 14. Career Development 13. Designing reliable and valid application blanks. Recruitment and Selection. Compensation Management 5. CONTENTS: PEOPLE MANAGEMENT ROLES 1. Reliability and validity issues in selection. Human Resource Development 4. Performance Management 7. Human resource planning and staffing processes 2. Participative Management 11. Social Entrepreneurship 19. etc 45 . Training & Development 10. Advanced Human Resource Management 1 OVERALL OBJECTIVES: To expose students to contemporary issues in HR practice/management and areas of specialization in people management To enable students acquire the relevant tools to design staffing and organization development programs for effective management of the human resource in work organizations. Human Capital Management 15.

Pp. (1997) Personnel/Human Resources Management. & RAO. Ikeja: Xcel Publishers.Coping with Retirement – Lagos: Regy-five Associates  Sote.. 46 . & Stan.  Garry.D. 2009. Delhi.P. N0. First Leadership Development. Developing Management Leadership in Nigeria. (2001) “The Role of Training in Change Management” Human Resources Management: Journal of the Institute of Personnel Management of Nigeria. Lagos: Ogbinaka Publishers. Percel John. K.  Sote. Menio Park. George Bohlander. Change management process. 10. The Oxford Handbook on on Human Resource Management. Lagos: Labofin and Co. D. Vol. India: Komark Publishers PVT Ltd.  Avolio. (1999). 4. (1999).  Wright Patrick.R. New Jersey: Prentice-Hall Inc.  Sote. Managing Human Resources.S. 24 – 31.  Fajana. Sage publications  Scott A. W.  Michael. selection and placement of workers in Nigeria. Boxal Peter. Gbade. K. (1999) Human Resource Management. Career and Succession Management 6.7.3. 2009.  Taiwo. ‘Sola (2002) Human Resource Management: An Introduction. V.  Subba.J. (1998) The Human Side of Organization. B. Reading List  Kenneth M. Cengage learning. California: Addison Wesley Longman Inc. P. 2012. Gbade (1999). Snell. Gbade (1999) – Recruitment. The placement process: orientation and induction programs. Applied Human resource management. London: Sage Publications. Transfer management 5.

Freedom of Contract  Guided Intervention -1968 2. Introduction  A Historical Overview of Labour Law in Nigeria  Received Laws . Individual Contract of Employment  Definition .  Trade Union Immunity  Statutory procedure for the settlement of trade disputes  The Trade Disputes Acts. Collective Labour Relations  Freedom of Association and the Right to Organize  Legal status of trade unions  Trade Unions and their members  Trade Unions Acts  Collective Bargaining and Trade Union Recognition  Casual Employment. Health and Safety at Work  Common law duty of employer  Statutory duties  Factories Act  Liability and Compensation for Industrial injuries  Negligence .Nature  Contents . Contract Staff and Trade Union 5. To enable students appreciate ILO Conventions and Recommendations CONTENTS Employee’s Compensation Act 2010 Contemporary Case Studies and Scenario Learning 1. Trade Dispute [Essential Services] Act  Institutions for the settlement of trade disputes – IAP and NIC  The Role of the Minister of Employment. Settlement of Trade Disputes  What is a trade dispute?  Trade disputes and industrial actions  Strikes. Labour and Productivity 47 . Lockouts.Rights and Obligations of Employer and Employee  The Labour Act 3.Defenses  Employees Compensation Act 2010 4.PROFESSIONAL EXAMINATION 2 Nigerian Labour Law OVERALL OBJECTIVES To accommodate contemporary and emerging issues in Labour Law.

• Blanpain.  Uvieghara. AKintunde.L.) Friedrich Ebert Stiftung Publication. • Bankole. Dada and Coy. Chioma Kami. A. (2000) Employment Law.E. Nigerian Legal System  Facts and Statistics about the legal system in Nigeria Other Legislations ILO Conventions and recommendations Recommended Texts Reading list • Agomo. • Compendium of Nigeria Labour Laws (1997) Lagos: Nigeria Employers' Consultative Association (NECA)  Dada. Ibadan: University Press. 1. TO. (Editor) International Encyclopedia of Laws.  Globalization and Corporate Governance. • Obilade. • Ogunniyi. Lagos: C.  Civil Liberties Organisation (2000) Annual Report 2000 on the State of the Human Rignts in Nigeria. (latest edition) Nigerian Labour Law. (1998) General Principles of Law. O. Lagos: TO.O. B. • Bankole. A HandbooK of Nigerian Labour Laws (with commentary by Bamidele Aturu Esq. Ibadan: Spectrum Books Ltd. R.  Emioia. B.O. Lagos: Library Service Ltd. Nigeria: Kluwer Law International-Publishers. (Iatest edition) Monograph on Labour Law. Journals CIA World Fact Book 2012 48 . Lagos: Malthouse Press Ltd. (latest edition) Nigerian Labour and Employment Law in Perspective Lagos: Folio Publishers Ltd. (2002) The Nigerian Legal System. Employment Law  Performance Management  Emotional Intelligence  Competency Framework under career mapping 2. Lagos: Library Service Ltd. E. (1999) Company Law. Yaba. (2001) Labour Law in Nigeria.

Legal and Socio-Cultural Influences in the practice of Industrial Relations 3. CONTENTS 1. Trade Unions  Definitions and Types  Development of Trade Unions  Central Labour Organisations  Problems of Union administration in Nigeria  International organizations: ILO. Economic. Case Studies on contemporary issues in Industrial relations  Retired PHCN workers and Government logjam over retirement benefits  Union Bank workers and its Management  National Strike on Fuel subsidy removal 2. Overview of Industrial Relations  Nature and Scope of Industrial Relations  Parties in Industrial Relations  Political. OATUU  Comparative IR 5.Advanced Industrial Relations OVERALL OBJECTIVE: To expose students to contemporary issues in industrial relations and conflict resolution approach To enable students understands Industrial Relations policies. Employer’s Associations  Development of Employer’s Associations  Functions and Types  Nigeria Employers Consultative Association (NECA) 49 . programmes and practices that will enhance industrial peace in organizations. Theories of Industrial Relations  The Classical Perspective  The Institutional School  The Radical Perspective  The Systems Model  Other Models 4.

 Otobo. Jeminiwa. procedure.  Sokunbi. Deputation.. Go-show etc. F. Lagos: Malthouse Press Ltd. Internal and External Strikes. (Ed) (1995) Women and Trade Unionism in Nigeria. Nigeria. Lagos: Longman. and Onaeka. Ibadan: Johnmof Printers Ltd.  Fajana. Labour Dispute and Resolution  Definitions  Types of Disputes  Manifestations of Grievance  Disputes settlements. e. Work-to rule. Other Issues  Unemployment and Industrial Relations  Causes. O. 50 .6.. Tayo. (1992) Industrial Relations in Nigeria: Development and Practice. Wage Determination. Dafe (2000) Industrial Relations: Theory and Controversies. Collective Bargaining  Definition and concept. Employers’ Employees’ Rights And Responsibilities  Employee’s and Employers’ Rights  Management Rights and Prerogatives  Communication Methods. Joint Consultation  Labour Management Relations  Industrial Democracy/Workers’ Participation in Management 9. Lagos: Malthouse Press Ltd. theories. Types of Unemployment. Lagos: Labofin and Coy.  Fashoyin. B. types of Collective Bargaining  Elements of Collective Bargaining  Legal Framework of Collective Bargaining  Structure of Collective Bargaining/Bargaining levels  Constraints to Collective Bargaining  Case Studies: (Private and Public Sector Bargaining Experiences) 8. Sola (1995) Industrial Relations in Nigeria: Theory and Features. 7. O.g. Union Responses in a Depressed Economy  Industrial Relations under Military and Democratic Regimes  The future of Industrial Relations in Nigeria Reading List:  Fajana Sola (1995) Multiple Choice Tests in Industrial Relations.

Employee Development 9.  Yesufu. Personnel Management 2. Knowledge Management 17. Advanced Human Resource Management 2 OVERALL OBJECTIVES: To enable students acquire the necessary tools for designing. maintaining and evaluating and personnel policies and programmes. Social Entrepreneurship 19. Competency Based Assessment 8. Training & Development 10. Personnel Policies and Planning  Forecasting manpower needs  Defining organizational goal  Policy guidelines and strategies 51 . T. Talent Management 14. Performance Management 7. M. To sensitize students to current developments that may impact on human resources management. Career Development 13. Abel (1983) Industrial Relations in Development Countries: The Case of Nigeria. Human Resource Management 3. To prepare students for better management of workplace conflict. Employee Engagement 16. Compensation Management 5. employee career and development CONTENTS PEOPLE MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTABILITIES 1. Human Resource Development 4. The Dynamics of Industrial Relations: The Nigerian Experience. Employee Retention 18. Participative Management 11. Job Analysis & Design 6. Employee Relationship Management 12. (1984). Human Capital Management 15. Youth Entrepreneurship Worklife Balance 1. Ubeku. Ibadan: University Press Limited. London: Macmillan Press.

Manpower Restructuring  Right Sizing  Redundancy  Job Enlargement  Job Redesign  Job enrichment 5. Professionalization of State and Federal Civil Service  The role of CIPM in professionalizing civil service 52 .  Career Planning and Pathing  Succession Planning 1. Equity theory of pay)  Techniques of job evaluation in public and private sectors  Wages and salary administration  Employee benefits  Models of Executive Compensation 4. Applied Human Resources Management  Problems in Human Resources Management 3. Contemporary Issues in Human Resources Management  The changing roles of Human Resources Management  Conceptual Clarifications: Human Resources. and Personnel Management  Information Technology and Human Resources Management  Globalization and Human Resources Management in the Public and Private Sectors 8. money as a motivator. Environmental Issues in Personnel Management  Social responsibility and community relations  Organizational policies 7. models of pay satisfaction. Compensation Management  Theories of compensation (role of financial compensation. Human Capital. Budgeting and Planning (in public and private sectors)  Rationale for Budgeting and Planning  Tools and techniques for budgeting  Tools and techniques for planning 2. consequences of pay dissatisfaction. Retirement and Retirement Policies  Preparing staff for retirement  Issues relating to old age and planning  Pension Management in public and private organizations  NSITF as government initiative in planning for old age  Issues relating to ‘after work life  Coping with post-employment life 6.

A.  Ojo. A. 53 . B. Lagos: Labofin and Co. Lagos: Gentle Press. A. New York: Free Press. (Ed) (1999) Coping with Retirement. C. L. (1998) Personnel Management. Lagos: Panaf Coy.  Ojo. (1975) Quality of Working Life.  Fajana. P. C (1997) Human Resources Management: Theory and Practice. (1996) Personnel Management. F. E. F. Lagos: Labofin & Co. Lagos: Regy-Five  Uzoma. Sola (2002) Human Resource Management: An Introduction.  Obisi.  Fajana. (1987) Pension Schemes in Nigeria. (1997) Multiple Choice Tests in Human Resources Management.  The role of Government in this process  The merits and demerits of certifying civil servants 9. Lagos: Panaf Coy.  Sote. G. Ibadan: Freeman Productions. S. Employee’s Compensation Act 2010 Reading List:  Davies. and Cherns.

the student will be able to gain a better understanding of the labour markets in developing areas. and be able to formulate appropriate strategies to redress the situation. CONTENTS INTRODUCTION AND CONTEXTUAL FOUNDATIONNS 1. The Context  A Historiography of the Nigeria Labour Market  Social and Demographic Foundation  Economic and Industrial Background  Recent Trends in the Nigerian Economy  Labour Market Implications of Recent Economic Trends  Other Socio-Economic Policies and Experiences MICRO-ECONOMIC FOUNDATIONS 3. It is expected that at the end of the course.Labour Market Analysis OVERALL OBJECTIVES: To avail students with contemporary issues in the Labour Market and those peculiar to Nigeria Labour Market This course is intended at introducing students to the peculiar problems and the resultant malfunctioning of the Nigerian labour market. The Supply Of Labour  Micro Economics Assumptions  Derivations of Supply Curve for Labour  Theoretical Explanation for the Backward Bending Supply Curve  Effects of Taxation on the Supply of Labour  Effects of Education on the Supply  Effect of Education on the Supply of Labour (Human Capital Theory) 54 . Introduction  Labour as a Factor of Production  The Concept and Study of Labour Markets  Functions of the Labour Market  Peculiar Problems of the Labour Market in Nigeria  Approaches to the Study of the Labour Market  Conceptualizing the Nigerian Labour Market 2.

Inflation and Incomes Policy 55 . Trade Unions. Internal Labour Markets  Definitions and Description  Characteristics of Internal Labour Markets  Processes and Procedures  Internal Labour Markets and Trade Unions  Pros and Cons of Internal Labour Market  Efficiency of Internal Labour Markets SOCIAL AND MACRO – ECONOMIC PROCESSES 6. Dual Labour Market Hypothesis  Ideational Identification of Sectors  The Informal Sector of the Nigerian Economy  Observed Characteristic and Dynamics of the Nigerian Information Sector  Constraints on the Growth of the Nigerian Information Sector. The Demands For Labour And Equilibrium  The Demand for Labour in Individual Firms  Microeconomic Analysis of the Demand for Labour  Elementary Production Theory  Wages and Employment  The Idea of Exploitation  Minimum Wages Laws  Working Arrangements 5. 7. 8. Unemployment  Taxonomy of Unemployment  The Structure of Structural Unemployment  The Structure of Unemployment in Nigeria  Brief Assessments of the Causes and Effects of Unemployment in Nigeria  The Remedies.  Other Determinants of Supply of Labour 4. Wages and Employment  History of Trade Union in Nigeria  Trade Union Structure  Trade Dispute and its effects  Wage Differentials: Market Forces or Union Power?  Trade Unions and Wage Determination  Effects of Trade Union Wage Policies on Wage Determination  State Interference in Wage Determination  Trade Unions and Employment Prospects 10. Migration and Labour Mobility  Theory of Migration  Regional Restiveness and Employment Prospects  International Migration of Nigerian Labour 9.

Funtioning of the Nigerian Labour Market. Employment Prospects for Nigerian Graduates. Penguin Press. Labofin and Company. (1982). bureaucratic labour practices in the absence of a union assessment of bureaucratic personnel policies. Catherine (1985) “Why Third World Urban Employers Prefer Men. Discrimination in Labour Markets. Gender discrimination in the workplace – Male – female roles in cross cultural diversity.1. Macmillan.C. 124. Lexington. Internal Labour Markets and Manpower Adjustments. Vol. Richard and hein. and Sierra Leone Damachi and Ewusi Eds. and Lorewtzen.C. the necessity for Senior Staff Association or Union. Theory and Causes  Control of Inflation  Expectation and Philip’s Curve  Inflation and the Welfare of Workers  Incomes Policies ASCRIPTIVE ASPECTS OF THE NIGERIAN LABOUR MARKET 11.  Diejomaoh. New Jersey  Balug. D. M. pattern of women employment in agriculture.. L. explaining occupational segmentation. Princeton. P. Labour Practices in non-unionized workplaces – Roles for trade unions ascribed. Causes of Graduate Unemployment in India. Gbade (1989). Manpower Supply and Utilisation in Nigeria. London.  Hunter. Ascriptive influences on pay and employment conditions 12. Ghana.  Doeringer.  Inflation: Measurement.J. (1969). No. Geneva. V.  Sote. P73-89. Gender discrimination and employers recruitment preferences 13. M.  Armstrong. Proceedings of the National Seminar on Labour Market Adjustment in a Recession: The Nigerian Experience) 56 . (1971).  Anker. In Sola Fajana (Coordinator. M. Reading List  Fajana.F. (1979). assessment of participatory program.B and Piore. acquired. Sola (2000). IILS. Jan-Feb. Psychological factors in labour market adjustment. London. Economics of Wages and labour. J. Lagos. International Labour Review. Heath. 14.P. and Mulvey C (1981).