This course is designed primarily for third year students in the Department of Entrepreneurship Management Technology.The course is meant to give students an insight into the fundamentals, operations and management of small business and also its significance to economic development in Nigeria. The focus is to impart useful knowledge on the students in order to prepare them for higher level courses which they will encounter in the Department as they progress in their studies. Topics to be covered include: â€¢ Definitions of small scale business; Classification of SMEs; characteristics of SMEs for a self-reliant economy; Small business and Entrepreneurship; Small business idea and business opportunity; small business plan; legal issues in small business management, Basic accounting for small business management; SMEs and the Nigeriaâ€™s Economic vision; Enabling environment for small business management in Nigeria; problems of small business management in Nigeria; Regulatory infrastructure for SSI development; Regulatory Agencies and industrial associations for small business in Nigeria; And Achieving success in small business.COURSE OBJECTIVES
This course is an exploratory introduction to social Entrepreneurship. It is designed primarily for students in Entrepreneurship Management Technology and allied disciplines, with the aim of introducing them toused social entrepreneurships to solve social problem.Topics to be covered include meaning of social entrepreneurship; social entrepreneur;differences between social and business entrepreneurship; history of social entrepreneurship; example of leading social entrepreneurs; current practice and contemporary social entrepreneurs; youths social entrepreneurship; government involvement in social entrepreneurship; the role of NGO’s and religion organisation in empowerment and social entrepreneurship; first ladies and government functionaries involvement in entrepreneurship in Nigeria; and relationship between empowerment and social entrepreneurship.
EMT 307 is designed to familiarise the students with the relevance of the production function and how to apply the principles of production management in an organisation. This will enable the students, after graduation, be able to face the changing challenges of managing operations in the manufacturing and service related organisations. Consequently, topics that will be considered include: general introduction to Operations and Production management, operations strategy, facilities location, layout of facilities, project planning and scheduling, work methods and measurement, operations scheduling, project planning and scheduling.
EMT 309 is designed to introduce the student to the nature and philosophies of science, technology and the environment. Furthermore, it aims to examine the interactions between these concepts. The interaction of man with the techno-scientific environment is also paramount to this course. Topics include the definitions and differences in these concepts: science, technology and environment, the scientific method, origin and history, the environment, science and technology policy.
Demand Forecasting and Production Planning; Aggregate Planning; Inventory Control And Management; Quality Control; Maintenance and Replacement Analysis; Materials Management; The Human Factor In Production
The course is designed primarily for students in Entrepreneurship Management Technology and allied disciplines, with the aim of exposing them to the practical aspect of entrepreneurship. The course outline is divided into three phases: (i) Topicsto be covered include how to starting a new venture, selecting a promising idea, initiating enterprise and opportunities, market analysis, legal aspect of starting a businessorganisational control, finance and diversification decisions. (ii) The Department would invite resource persons to give talks/ lectures on their business experience in their areas of operation. (iii) Students are to write and submit business proposals to the Department.This will
This course is designed primarily for third year students in the Department of Entrepreneurship.The course is meant to provide additional knowledge to students in the areas ofcreativity, sourcing for new ideas and methods of generating new ideas for new ventures. It will also provide the students with the requisite skill for investment decisions and evaluation criteria. The focus is to train and prepare students with the requisite skill for developing the business concepts and sustaining same in a competitive environment.
• This course is designed primarily for third year students in the Department of Entrepreneurship Management Technology.The course is meant to give students an insight into the role and importance of money in the economy and the roles of financial institutions especially commercial banks in regulating the creation and supply of money in the economy. As a theory course, the focus is to impart useful knowledge on thestudents on the operations of monetary and real (goods) sectors of the economy; thereby preparing them for higher level courses which they may take in the Department as they progress in their study. Topics covered include: • Nature, forms and functions of money; Banking concept; Money and Capital market; Principles and functions of different types of banking institutions; The regulatory role of the Central Bank of Nigeria(CBN); Money creation; The banks and money supply; Money and Economic activities; Fiscal and Monetary policies; Inflation; Money and non- Monetary assets; Consolidation of banks in Nigeria: Capitalisation, Merger and Acquisition; Non- interest banking; specialised banks: Merchant bank, Bank of Commerce and Industry, and Agricultural bank
EMT 316 is designed to acquaint the students with the world of project analyses. The course intends to expand the creative minds of the student to create and sustain innovative business and high technology ventures. The course will enable the students develop the aptitude to be creative and innovative at establishing technology-related enterprises. Topics that will be considered include: general introduction and the course overview, the mindset of the entrepreneur, the industrial revolution, the environment of business and technology, opportunities for technopreneurship, agencies that support technopreneurship in Nigeria, intellectual property right and the Nigerian copyright law.