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Credit Units: 2

Mr Adenipekun Adejimi (UDIPSLT, MSW) , College Of Arts, Law, Administration And Management Sciences, Department of Human Resources Management .

Course description:

Learning outcome and objective:
Learning outcome and objective:
At the end of the course, students should be able to understand the various concepts and challenges related to development in Africa and world cover. concept’s such as various theories relating to development industrialization, gender and agriculture will be discussed .
This course include the following lecture themes:
This course has the following themes areas to be considered:
1)interpretation of concept of development
2)methods of analysis of the essence of development in the African context.
3)developing of acquire skills to enable them respond to development challenges and problems
4)identifying and interpreting issues challenging the development process in Africa
C)field practice
E)Term paper and seminar presentation
Methods of course assessment:
Evaluation will be carried out in respect with the university policy the lecture will present a written course outline with specific evaluation criteria at the beginning of the semester. Evaluation will be based on the following:
CRITERIA                    MARKS
Tutorial Field Work And Test  20%
Term paper                                    10%
Semester exam                             70%
Total                                          100%
          Prerequisite courses:
Co-requisite course(s)
Recommended textbook:
DES GASPER (The ethics of development) Eddy m. SOUFFRANT( global development ethics,a critic of global capitalism  David ingram  and Thomas derdark (an introduction to ethics of Development)

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