AIUC Faculty Of Information And Communication Programmes

AIUC Faculty Of Information And Communication Programmes

Objectives of the Academic Programmes
The objectives of the first degree, as structured, are consistent with the basic aim of the College. The objectives are:

  • To help give the students a liberal educational foundation that should enable him/her to have a feeling for and an understanding of different modes of intellectual thought and as they relate to various processes of living.
  • To enable the student acquire a meaningful appreciation of major national development problems and their possible implications for international relations within Africa and the rest of the world.
  • To enable the student develop self-confidence, ability to innovate, habits of honest scholarship, and constructive and development-oriented approach to problem solving.
  • To equip the student with specialized knowledge and skills needed for the pursuit of careers in different sectors of the economy.

It is recognized that a degree structure, though obviously crucial, cannot by itself assure full realization of the stated objectives;  social institutions and relations on campus, relations with the social and political environment in which the College is set, are some of the relevant supportive factors.  A full realization of these and related facts should, it is hoped, show in a graduate a well integrated personally.
2.0          Undergraduate Programme

2.1          Fields of Study
Academic programmes of the College are vested in its faculties/departments

The college has three faculties

      • BSc Nursing


      • BSc Accounting
      • BSc Marketing
      • BSc Business Management
      • BSc Banking and Finance
      • BSc Human Resource Management


    • BA in journalism and media studies
    • BA Public Relations Management
    • BA Broadcast journalism programme

2.2          Duration of Study
The AIUC operates a standard four-year undergraduate degree programme base on the successful completion of Senior Secondary /High School Education.  However, students may be admitted directly to the Second Year (Level 200) or Third Year (Level 300) depending on the assessment and recognition of their prior learning.  In effect, the College has the following programmes (by duration):

  • Four-year degree  (120 – 136 credits)
  • Three-year degree programmes   (90-102 credits plus Advance Credit
  • Two-year  Post-Diploma degree programmes  (60 – 69 credits plus Advance Credits)

2.3          An Advance Credit is a bulk credit awarded to students admitted directly to Level 200 or 300 in recognition of their prior learning. The Advance credits for direct admission to the two levels are 30 and 60 credits respectively. Advance credits will appear on the student’s transcript but will not be included in the computation of Cummulative Grade Point Average (C.G.P.A.).

Students admitted to Level 200 will normally start their programmes with Level 200 courses and move upwards while those admitted to Level 300 normally start with Level 300 courses and move upwards to Level 400.   However, faculties and departments may require such students to make-up courses at the total number of make-up courses shall not exceed six (6) credits.

Undergraduate Curriculum Structure
In fulfillment of its mission, the College offers a generic Bachelor of Nursing (BSc), Bachelor of Administration (BSc), journalism and Communication (BA) degree programmes targeted at practicing and prospective professionals in a variety of fields, and another category of programmes for none degree candidates.

Advance Credits for Students Entering at Level 200

Departments would give 30 Advance Credits that could cover Level 100 and 200 courses. A minimum of 24 of the Advance Credits would be at Level 100 and a maximum of at Level 200. Such student may be required to take a maximum of 6 credits at Level 100

Advance Credits for Students Entering at Level 300
Departments would give 60 Advance Credits that cover only Level 100 and 200 courses.  Level 300 students may be required to take a maximum of six (6) credits at lower level where necessary.

Single subject honours option

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