FACULTY OF SOCIAL SCIENCES
Welcome to the Faculty of Social Sciences.
Programmes Offered in this Faculty are:
- B.Sc. Economics
- B.Sc. Communication & Media Studies
- B.Sc. Political Science
- B.Sc. Peace Studies and Conflict Resolution
The Department of Communication and Media Studies formerly called Department of Communication and Language Arts, is one of the pioneer departments with which the University commenced academic activities in 2005.
In 2006/2007 academic session, the name of the Department was changed to Department of Communication and Media Studies in order to reflect more properly, the scope of its work and provide training in mass communication for the individual’s social, professional and intellectual growth. The change of the name and consequent review of the programme curricular were a very significant change in the development and study o Journalism and Mass Communication as an academic discipline in the University. In addition, its subsequent broadening to encompass skill acquisition in all the professional areas and adjuncts of Mass Communication has made it even more relevant to the country’s communication needs.
The Philosophy of the Mass Communication Programme of the Department of Communication and Media Studies is to produce graduate imbued and equipped with solid foundation of knowledge and skills in all the scholarship and professional areas of Mass Communication, to contribute enthusiastically and creditably to the development of Nigeria, Africa and the World at large. The Journalism and Mass Communication programme of our curriculum of the department is relevant to both national and global demands, as it is designed to prepare students for the challenge of the 21st century. The Department has no doubt contributed it quota to manpower development in the nation. Indeed as a result of the relevance of mass communication in all sectors of the economy, the number of our graduates employed in various sectors has increased phenomenally since 2009 when its first set of students graduated. The programme and products of the department enjoy wide acceptability in the print and broadcast media, advertising, public relations, oil and gas, banking telecommunications, publishing and the industries. Also, there have been continual testimonies in respect of superlative performance of the graduates of the department who get enrolled on postgraduate programmes in some other universities.
The Department offers a standardized programme leading to the award of Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.), in Mass Communication. The programme is fully accredited by the National Universities Commission (NUC) and Advertising Practitioners’ Council of Nigeria (APCON).
INFRASTRUCTURAL AND TRAINING FACILITIES
The department has a sizeable and befitting building in which there are well-equipped classrooms with facilities for practical demonstrations. The department if equipped with training studios and facilities namely: Radio Studio, Television Studio, Public Relations and Advertising Studio and Resource Centre, Digital Photojournalism Studio and Print News Room. Having realized how central is acquisition of practical skills to professional excellence in journalism and Mass Communication, the University has fortified all the studios and practical centres with sophisticated and state-of-the-art equipment that has distinguished the department from many others in the country. Rich exposure of the students of the department to various areas and basic segments of media production has continually made the students industry-ready. The department is proud owner o two training publications – ACULIGHT, a newspaper being published every first semester, and ACUHERITAGE, a magazine being published every second semester. The Department brings practical application to what is learnt in the classroom. Students produce radio and television programmes, advert newspapers, magazines and documentaries. At 300 level, students embark on a six-month industrial training during the second semester all as part of their training in the Department.
The Department of Communication and Media Studies is blessed with quality and experienced faculty who are committed to the social, professional and intellectual growth of their students.
The department of Economics started with the inception of the University in 2006 with a student population of about hundred (100) students. As at 2012/2013 academic session, the department boost of a population of about three hundred and twenty seven (327). Our objective is to produce well trained economist who are exposed to other fields such as Accounting, Banking and Finance and Business Administration and who have strong Christian ethics of honesty and morality. This is to prepare our graduates for a wide range of career opportunity including becoming entrepreneurs.
The department which is known for excellence has produced about fifteen first class students, all of whom are excelling in their chosen careers. Worthy of note is one of our product who is now a lecturer at the University of Ilorin. The department has been able to attract students from all over the country and beyond, thereby giving the department both a national and international outlook.
The department boasts of the best intellectuals in professorial cadre, senior lecturers and below in the fields of International economics, Agricultural economics, Industrial economics and Development economics. Over the years, the department has been able to maintain a good lecturer – student ratio in addition to creating an excellent system of mentoring for our students.
The B.Sc. (Hons) degree is a four-year programme for UME candidates and 3 year programme for Direct Entry (DE) candidates in Mass Communication. The programme provides the graduate with a broad communication/media background in preparation for a successful career in a variety of occupations as outlined in the philosophy and objectives. It also
provides in the process a solid academic base upon which to build more advanced degrees (MA, Ph.D.) if so desired.
The B.Sc. (Hons.) degree in economics is a four-year programme that provides the graduate with a broad background in economics and business management. The programme is carefully designed to prepare a successful graduate for career opportunities in a diverse range of occupations as outlined in our founding philosophy and objectives above. Moreover, our academic programme is designed to provide our students with a solid background upon which more advanced postgraduate training may be based.
Furthermore, our programme is sufficiently adaptable to stimulate innovative students to become entrepreneurs after graduation rather job seekers.
The B.Sc. Political Science programme at Ajayi Crowther University is grounded in the philosophy of training and producing graduates equipped with social scientific tools, skills and knowledge to engage with, and be part and parcel of the process of making and remaking of an ever-changing global political order. It is also to produce graduates endowed with the capacity to make contributions at both local, national and international levels to the enhancement of the prospect for human prosperity and welfare.
1. All admissions into the departments are done through JAMB. To be admitted, a candidate seeking admission into the department must possess at least five (5) Ordinary Level credit passes at one sitting or six (6) credit passes at not more than two sittings at WAEC, GCE, NECO or approved equivalent. Acceptable Ordinary Level credit passes include Mathematics, English, Economics and any other one Social Science subject. UME subjects include Use of English, Mathematics, Economics and any other Social Science.
2. For candidates seeking admission into the 3-year Direct Entry programme, Advanced Level passes in Economics and any other subject from the social sciences and Humanities are required for admission, provided conditions in (1) above are satisfied (N.B. Preference may also be given to candidates who, in addition to possessing A/Level pass in Economics and have A/Level passes in any two of the following: Mathematics, Physics, Agricultural science, Statistics, Geography, Accounting, Business Management and
Staff List – Faculty of Social Sciences
|PASSPORT||wdt_ID||id||passport||FACULTY||DEPARTMENT||Passport||NAME||staff||STATUS||post||dob||gender||qualifications||TELEPHONE||EMAIL ADDRESS||recent_publications||research_interests||associations||GOOGLE SCHOLAR||RESEARCHGATE LINK|
|1||64||Agriculture||Department of Agricultural Economics and Extension||Dr. Timothy A. Adetunji||Dr. Timothy A. Adetunji||Lecturer IIfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|2||65||Agriculture||Department of Agricultural Economics and Extension||Dr. Mrs. Rhoda T. Adeniyi||Dr. Mrs. Rhoda T. Adeniyi||Lecturer IIemail@example.com||https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=iRy_nSMAAAAJ&hl=en&oi=ao||https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Adeniyi-Rhoda|
|3||66||Agriculture||Department of Agricultural Economics and Extension||Mr. Folorunso O. Oyelakin||Mr. Folorunso O. Oyelakin||Snr. Agric. Officerfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|4||67||Agriculture||Department of Agricultural Economics and Extension||Mrs. Bolanle Olumoyegun||Mrs. Bolanle Olumoyegun||Asst Lectureremail@example.com||https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=slAWKDcAAAAJ&hl=en&oi=ao|
|5||68||Agriculture||Department of Agricultural Economics and Extension||Mr. Gbenga Fanifosi||Mr. Gbenga Fanifosi||Asst Lecturerfirstname.lastname@example.org||https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Gbenga-Fanifosi|
|6||172||Agriculture||Department of Crop and Animal Sciences||Dr. Moses J. Falade||Dr. Moses J. Falade||S/L (Ag. HOD)||S/L (Ag. HOD)||email@example.com|
|7||171||Agriculture||Department of Crop and Animal Sciences||Prof. Wahab. B. Akanbi||Prof. Wahab. B. Akanbi||Professor||Wb.firstname.lastname@example.org|
|8||173||Agriculture||Department of Crop and Animal Sciences||Dr. Stephen O. Oyatokun||Dr. Stephen O. Oyatokun||Lecturer IIemail@example.com||https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=fR2eEhUAAAAJ&hl=en&oi=sra|
|9||174||Agriculture||Department of Crop and Animal Sciences||Dr. Tolulope O. Faniyi||Dr. Tolulope O. Faniyi||Lecturer IIfirstname.lastname@example.org||https://scholar.google.com/citations?hl=en&user=z9GSpYkAAAAJ||https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Faniyi-Oreoluwa|
|10||175||Agriculture||Department of Crop and Animal Sciences||Miss Elizabeth T. Akinbola||Miss Elizabeth T. Akinbola||Assistant Lectureremail@example.com||https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Elizabeth-Akinbola|
|11||176||Agriculture||Department of Crop and Animal Sciences||Mr. Adebisi T. Oyeyode||Mr. Adebisi T. Oyeyode||Asst. Lecturerfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|12||257||Basic Medical Sciences||Department of Medical Laboratory Scence||Dr. Adewale A. Oke||Dr. Adewale A. Oke||Lecturer Iemail@example.com||https://scholar.google.com/citations?hl=en&user=j7jzZkgAAAAJ||https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Adewale-Oke|
|13||258||Basic Medical Sciences||Department of Medical Laboratory Scence||Mr. Temitope D. Adeleke||Mr. Temitope D. Adeleke||Lecturer IIfirstname.lastname@example.org||https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=sp_DABgAAAAJ&hl=en&oi=ao||https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Temitope-Adeleke-2|
|14||259||Basic Medical Sciences||Department of Medical Laboratory Scence||Mr. Akindele Ibukunoluwa||Mr. Akindele Ibukunoluwa||Lecturer II||Ibkakindele02@gmail.com|
|15||279||Basic Medical Sciences||Department of Physiology and Human Anatomy||Mrs. Veronica O. Ogunleye||Mrs. Veronica O. Ogunleye||Lecturer IIemail@example.com|
|16||280||Basic Medical Sciences||Department of Physiology and Human Anatomy||Mr. Ajobiye E. Oyedele||Mr. Ajobiye E. Oyedele||Assist. Lecturer|
|17||281||Basic Medical Sciences||Department of Physiology and Human Anatomy||Mr. Sanmi T. Ogunsanya||Mr. Sanmi T. Ogunsanya||Assist. Lecturerfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|18||282||Basic Medical Sciences||Department of Physiology and Human Anatomy||Mr. Ubong E. David||Mr. Ubong E. David||Assist. Lectureremail@example.com||https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Ubong-David|
|19||283||Basic Medical Sciences||Department of Physiology and Human Anatomy||Mrs. Omosola F. Anifowose||Mrs. Omosola F. Anifowose||Assist. Lecturerfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|20||284||Basic Medical Sciences||Department of Physiology and Human Anatomy||Mr. Oyedayo P. Akano||Mr. Oyedayo P. Akano||Assist. Lectureremail@example.com||https://scholar.google.com/citations?hl=en&user=N6ZDDOMAAAAJ|
|21||200||Education||Department of Educational Foundation||Prof. Michael O. Olatunji||ACU/SSE/PF/411||Professor||Dean||0||M||B.A. (HONS) PHILOSOPHY M.A. ED. (PHILOSOPHY OF EDUCATION), PH.D (EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATIONS)||firstname.lastname@example.org||
||PHILOSOPHY OF EDUCATION, MORAL PHILOSOPHY||Member, Philosophers of Education Association of Nigeria|
|22||203||Education||Department of Educational Foundation||ALLI M. Kehinde||Assistant Lecturer||M||B.Ed in Guidance and Counselling/Economics, M.Ed. in Counselling Psychology, Assessment and Testingemail@example.com||Drug Addiction||Assessment of Students Performance||3||https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=bydHgAwAAAAJ&hl=en&oi=sra||https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Kehinde-Alli|
|23||201||Education||Department of Educational Foundation||Dr. Mrs. Joy I. Ajero||Dr. Mrs. Joy I. Ajero||Lecturer Ifirstname.lastname@example.org|
|24||202||Education||Department of Educational Foundation||Dr. Mrs. M. A. Shobayo||Dr. Mrs. M. A. Shobayo||Lecturer IIemail@example.com||https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Monsurat-Abiodun-Shobayo|
|25||204||Education||Department of Educational Foundation||Mr. Oluwaseyi Opesemowo||Mr. Oluwaseyi Opesemowo||Assistant Lecturerfirstname.lastname@example.org||https://scholar.google.com/citations?hl=en&user=La4eOyoAAAAJ||https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Oluwaseyi-Opesemowo|
|26||241||Education||Department of Library, Arts and Social Science Education||Miss U. Gift Vincent-Okorie||Comp. Operatoremail@example.com|
|27||237||Education||Department of Library, Arts and Social Science Education||Dr. Mrs. U. Inyang Mbofung,||Dr. Mrs. U. Inyang Mbofung,||Associate Prof./AG. HODfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|28||239||Education||Department of Library, Arts and Social Science Education||Dr. Ayoku A. Ojedokun||Dr. Ayoku A. Ojedokun||Senior Lecturer||Aaojedokun2003@yahoo.com|
|30||313||Education||Department of Science Education||Prof. Ronke Ogunmakin||Prof. Ronke Ogunmakin||Professor/Deanemail@example.com|
|31||314||Education||Department of Science Education||Dr. Gbenga O. Efunwole||Dr. Gbenga O. Efunwole||Lecturer IIfirstname.lastname@example.org||https://scholar.google.com/citations?hl=en&user=YjA_38QAAAAJ|
|32||315||Education||Department of Science Education||Mrs. Iyanuoluwa A. Aluko||Mrs. Iyanuoluwa A. Aluko||Graduate Assist.||Iyanuoluwaadetayo@gmail.com||https://scholar.google.com/citations?hl=en&user=pmOnP_0AAAAJ|
|33||133||Engineering||Department of Civil Engineering||Dr. Isaac I. Olawoore||Dr. Isaac I. Olawoore||Lecturer I, Civil and Geotechnical Engineering||Ag. Head of Department & Chair in Geotechnics||Ph.D. (Surrey), Civil and Environmental Engineering M.Sc. (Surrey), Advanced Geotechnical Engineemail@example.com||Geothermal energy pile foundation, soil-structure interaction, thermal energy storage, phase change materials, development of heat and cold storage devices and energy saving technologies for process industry, wind farm collector system, gas/liquid permeability characteristic of cement bentonite used in cut-off walls and borehole walls, unsaturated geosynthetic clay liner (GCL), barrier design for nuclear waste, thermo-hydro-mechanical (THM) behaviour of soils and geosynthetics, ground / soil improvement techniques and novel nanocomposite materials for clean energy.||University of Surrey, UK. Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway. Brunel University, UK. University of Western Ontario, Canada University of Strathclyde, UK. MNIT Jaipur, India University Sao Paulo, Brazil Ladoke Akintola University of Technology, Nigeria. Covenant University, Nigeria|
|34||134||Engineering||Department of Civil Engineering||Dr. Oluwole A. Olaniyi||Dr. Oluwole A. Olaniyi||Lecturer I||OND (Ado Ekiti), B.Tech (LAUTECH), M.Tech (LAUTECH), Civil Engineering specializing in Structuresfirstname.lastname@example.org||Structures and Materials|
|35||135||Engineering||Department of Civil Engineering||Engr. Mary Jesuyemi Odedina-Adeyemi||Miss Mary J. Odedina||Assistant Lecturer||F||+2349092944292, +email@example.com||i. Odedina, M.J., Sumate, C., Boonya, C. and Kanyarat, S. (2017), “Effects of Size and Thermophilic Pre-hydrolysis of Banana Peel during Anaerobic Digestion, and Biomethanation Potential of Key Tropical Fruit Wastes” Waste Management, Elsevier Publication, Volume 68, October 2017, 128 – 138. Conference Proceeding i. Odedina, M.J., Kanyarat, S., Boonya, C., and Sumate, C. The 7th International Conference on Fermentation Technology for Value Added Agricultural Products (FerVAAP) 2017. Title of Conference Paper Presented is “Bioconversion of fruit wastes and effects of thermophilic hydrolysis for banana peel digestion”. Thesis dissertations i. Biogas Production from Seasonal Agricultural Produce, M. Eng. Thesis Presented to the Department of Civil Engineering, Prince of Songkla University, Hat Yai, Songkhla Thailand, 2017. ii. Determination of the Compressive Strength of Palm Kernel Shell Concrete at 1:1:2 Mix Proportion and Varying Water/Cement Ratios Project, B. Eng. Thesis Presented to the Department of Civil Engineering, University of Ilorin, Ilorin, Nigeria, 2013. Book and/or Book Chapters i. Mary J. Odedina, Festus Oluwasogo Adeyemi, Ajibola S. Oladokun and Olutola O. Olomo (2020). Biogas Production from Lignocellulosic waste materials in O. Oshin, I.A. Joseph, B. Sogunro, and O. Aluko, Reinvigorating Nigerian Universities for Sustainable Development, Ajayi Crowther University Press. ii. Festus Oluwasogo Adeyemi, Mary J. Odedina, Igho Kester Akpodonor and Olutola O. Olomo (2020). Technological Advancement and sustainable development in Nigeria’s Educational Sector in O. Oshin, I.A. Joseph, B. Sogunro, and O. Aluko, Reinvigorating Nigerian Universities for Sustainable Development, Ajayi Crowther University Press. iii. Iretioluwa M. Oyerinde, Mary J. Odedina, Festus Oluwasogo Adeyemi and Oluwole O. Obanisola (2020), Development of an information and data coordination system for sustainable development in O. Oshin, I.A. Joseph, B. Sogunro, and O. Aluko, Reinvigorating Nigerian Universities for Sustainable Development, Ajayi Crowther University Press. iv. Oladokun, A.S., Ogunrinde, S.O., Bodija, Y.O., and Odedina M.J. (2020). A computational model for simulating the growth of biogas-producing bacteria for predicting production rate of sustainable and affordable clean energy in O. Oshin, I.A. Joseph, B. Sogunro, and O. Aluko, Reinvigorating Nigerian Universities for Sustainable Development, Ajayi Crowther University Press: Festschrift in Honour of Rt Rev’d Prof. Dapo Asaju (pp. 76-85). Delthom Publishers.||Environmental Engineering, Waste Management (solid wastes and wastewater treatment), Environmental Protection, Sustainable Energies, Anaerobic Digestion, Biogas Production, Energy Recovery.||https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Mary-Odedina-2|
|36||136||Engineering||Department of Civil Engineering||Engr. Festus O. Adeyemi||Asst. Lecturer||Assistant Lecturer||M||M.Eng. (Civil Engineering), Post Graduate Diploma in Education, B.Eng. (Civil Engineering)||firstname.lastname@example.org||i. Adeyemi F.O, Jimoh A.A., Wilson U.N. (2016). A Review of Mechanical Strength Properties of Some Selected Timbers in Nigeria. The International Journal of Science and Technology. Vol. 4, Issue 2, pp 9-15. Book And Book Chapters i. Oluwole O. Obanisola, Iretioluwa M. Oyerinde, Igho Kester Akpodonor and Festus Oluwasogo Adeyemi (2020). Development of a three phase Isolator with Surge protector for a three face electricity water pumping machine in O. Oshin, I.A. Joseph, B. Sogunro, and O. Aluko, Reinvigorating Nigerian Universities for Sustainable Development, Ajayi Crowther University Press. ii. Mary J. Odedina, Festus Oluwasogo Adeyemi, Ajibola S. Oladokun and Olutola O. Olomo(2020) Biogas Production from Lignocellulosic waste materials in O. Oshin, I.A. Joseph, B. Sogunro, and O. Aluko, Reinvigorating Nigerian Universities for Sustainable Development, Ajayi Crowther University Press. iii. Festus Oluwasogo Adeyemi, Mary J. Odedina, Igho Kester Akpodonor and Olutola O. Olomo (2020). Technological Advancement and sustainable development in Nigeria’s Educational Sector in O. Oshin, I.A. Joseph, B. Sogunro, and O. Aluko, Reinvigorating Nigerian Universities for Sustainable Development, Ajayi Crowther University Press. iv. Iretioluwa M. Oyerinde, Mary J. Odedina, Festus Oluwasogo Adeyemi and Oluwole O. Obanisola (2020), Development of an information and data coordination system for sustainable development in O. Oshin, I.A. Joseph, B. Sogunro, and O. Aluko, Reinvigorating Nigerian Universities for Sustainable Development, Ajayi Crowther University Press.||Structures and Construction Materials|
|37||153||Engineering||Department of Computer Engineering||Professor Adeboye Olatunbosun||Professor / Dean||Dean||M||B.Sc, M.Sc, PhD, MIEEE, CEng, R.Engemail@example.com||
||Instrumentation and Systems Engineering and Green Technology Development and Implementation||British Chartered Engineer, COREN Registered Engineer, MIEEE, MInst & Control Engineering|
|38||154||Engineering||Department of Computer Engineering||Akinwonmi, Ademola Samuel||Lecturer I||M||B.Eng, M.Sc, PhDfirstname.lastname@example.org||
||Thermofluids, Combustion, Energy and Manufacturing||MAMSE, MIAEng, MIRDI|
|39||155||Engineering||Department of Computer Engineering||Engr. (Mrs.) Iretiola Oyerinde||Mrs. Iretiola Oyerinde||Lecturer IIemail@example.com||https://scholar.google.com/citations?hl=en&user=BbqY8vwAAAAJ|
|40||156||Engineering||Department of Computer Engineering||Miss Omobowale O. Olomo||Miss Omobowale O. Olomo||Asst. Lecturer||https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Olutola-Olomo|
|41||205||Engineering||Department of Electrical/Electronics Engineering||Prof. Adeoye Olatunbosun||ACU/SSE/PF/SB/457||Professor, Dean/HOD Computer Engineering||Professor, Dean/HOD Computer Engineering||0||M||B.Sc, M.Sc., Ph.D.||8023366465||0|
|42||206||Engineering||Department of Electrical/Electronics Engineering||Mr. Igho K. Akpodonor||ACU/SSE/PF/463||Assistant Lecturer||Assistant Lecturer||0||M||B.Sc, M.Sc.||7065067037||0|
|43||207||Engineering||Department of Electrical/Electronics Engineering||Dr. Olusayo A. Ajeigbe||Dr. Olusayo A. Ajeigbe||Lecturer I||Sayoajes76@yahoo.com||https://scholar.google.com/citations?hl=en&user=R0RcmLYAAAAJ|
|44||208||Engineering||Department of Electrical/Electronics Engineering||Obanisola, Oluwole Oladele||Lecturer II||M||B.Tech, M.Scfirstname.lastname@example.org||
Olabode, O.E., Oni, D.I., Obanisola, O.O., (2017). An Overview of Mathematical Steady-State Modelling of Newton-Raphson Load Flow Equations Incorporating LTCT, Shunt Capacitor and FACTS Devices. International Journal of Advance Research in Science, Engineering and Technology IJARSET, Vol. 4, Issue 1.
|45||256||Engineering||Department of Mechanical Engineering||Mrs. Olusola O. Onarinde||Confidential Secretary Iemail@example.com|
|46||252||Engineering||Department of Mechanical Engineering||Dr. Ademola S. Akinwonmi||ACU/SSE/PF/458||Lecturer I/Coordinator||Lecturer I/Coordinator||0||M||B.Sc, M.Sc., Ph.D.||8032474242||0|
|47||253||Engineering||Department of Mechanical Engineering||Olomo, Omobowale Olutola||Assistant Lecturer||F||B.Eng, M.Scfirstname.lastname@example.org||Information Security and Privacy|
|48||254||Engineering||Department of Mechanical Engineering||Bodija, Yusuf Olabamiji||Assistant Lecturer||M||B.Sc, M.Scemail@example.com||
|49||255||Engineering||Department of Mechanical Engineering||Kolawole, Adenike Alice||Lecturer II||F||Ph.D, M.Sc, B.Engfirstname.lastname@example.org||
||Thermofluids||Nigerian Institute of Management (NIM) (Associate Member) 2005
Council for Regulation of engineering in Nigeria (COREN) 2009
Nigeria Society of Engineers (NSE) 2012
Certified International Professional Manager (CIPM) 2018
Associate Member of International Professional Managers Association (AMPMA) 2018
International Professional Managers Association (IPMA-UK) 2018
|50||69||Environmental Studies||Department of Architecture||Dr (Mrs.) Oluwatoyin, SOGBESAN||ACU/SSE/PF/450||Lecturer I||0||F||B.Sc, M.Arch, M.A, PGCE, P.hD.||email@example.com||
||Culture & Cultural Heritage Management and Preservation||•||https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=2QHdQQwAAAAJ&hl=en||https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Oluwatoyin-Sogbesan|
|51||73||Environmental Studies||Department of Architecture||ODUNLAMI, OLUDARE OLUYEMI||ACU/SSE/PF/409||Assist. Lecturer||0||M||B.Sc., Architecture, M.Ed. (Architecture)||firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com||
||Urban Design, BIM and Architectural History||• NIA, AARCHES.||https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Oludare-Odunlami|
|52||74||Environmental Studies||Department of Architecture||OLUBI, Abiodun Rufus||ACU/SSE/PF/406||Asst. Lecturer||0||M||B.Tech, M.Tech (Architecture)||firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com||
|Urban Design Studies, Architectural Research and Landscape Architecture||• Member, Association of Architectural Educators in Nigeria (AARCHES)
• Associate Member, Nigerian Institute of Architects (ANIA).
|53||75||Environmental Studies||Department of Architecture||Abimbola Afolabi, OGUNLOLA||ACU/SSE/PF/412||Asst. Lecturer||0||M||B.Sc., M.Sc., (Architecture)||firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com||Building Information Modelling (BIM)||Sustainable Architectural||
|54||70||Environmental Studies||Department of Architecture||Dr. Ven. Yinka Gbotosho||Dr. Ven. Yinka Gbotosho||S/L Ag. Deanfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|55||71||Environmental Studies||Department of Estate Management||Prof. Abel Olaleye||Prof. Abel Olaleye||Professor / Head of Department||ND, Town Planning, BSc, MSc, PhD Estate Management, RICS Diploma in Int’l Arb,SSA, ANIVS, RSV, ACArbemail@example.com||https://scholar.google.com/citations?hl=en&user=9XKx4KMAAAAJ|
|56||72||Environmental Studies||Department of Architecture||Professor Timothy Idowu||Professor Timothy Idowu||Professorfirstname.lastname@example.org||https://scholar.google.com/citations?hl=en&user=v0D6SPoAAAAJ|
|57||76||Environmental Studies||Department of Architecture||Mr. Michael O. Joel||Mr. Michael O. Joel||Asst. Lectureremail@example.com||https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Michael-Joel|
|58||77||Environmental Studies||Department of Architecture||Mr. Emmanuel A. Ojediran||Technicianfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|59||78||Environmental Studies||Department of Architecture||Mrs. Shakirat O. Ajibade||Computer Operator|
|60||224||Environmental Studies||Department of Estate Management||OSHIKOYA, TAIWO PETER||ACU/SSE/PF/410||Lecturer II||0||M||B.Sc, M.Sc., ANIVSemail@example.com||
|Real Estate Investment, Facilities Management||•||https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Taiwo-Oshikoya|
|61||225||Environmental Studies||Department of Estate Management||ADEWOLU, TIMOTHY OLUGBEMIGA||ACU/SSE/PF/407||Lecturer II||0||M||ND (Estate Management), B.Tech., M.Tech (Estate Management), PGD (Education)||firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com||
|Urban Land Economics, Real Estate Management and Valuation||a.||https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Timothy-Adewolu|
|62||226||Environmental Studies||Department of Estate Management||Dr. Ifediora, Christian Osita||ACU/SSE/PF/408||Lecturer II||0||M||ND/BSc Estate Management, MSc Estate Management (Project Manamement Option), PhD Estate Managementfirstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com||
Papers accepted for Publications:
|Real estate project management and development control||• Associate member, (ANIVS). Nigerian Institution of Estate Surveyors and Valuers (NIESV) 25/02/2017.
• Registered Estate Surveyor and Valuer (RSV), Estate Surveyors and Valuers Registration Board of Nigeria (ESVARBON), 24/11/2017.
|63||227||Environmental Studies||Department of Estate Management||Mr. Kayode A. Idowu||Mr. Kayode A. Idowu||Assistant Lecturer||BSc Urban and Regional Planning, MSc Geographic Information System||Idokay4ru@yahoo.com||https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Kayode-Idowu|
|64||291||Law||Department of Private and Business Law||Prof. Oladipo O. Sholanke||Professor/Dean||Professor/Dean||Professor/Deanfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|65||292||Law||Department of Private and Business Law||Prof. Olanrewaju Onadeko||Professor/HOD||Professor/HOD||Professor/HOD||Ionadeko@yahoo.com|
|66||293||Law||Department of Private and Business Law||Dr. Gideon N. Gasu||ACU/SSE/PF/442||Senior Lecturer||0||M||LL.B.; LL.M.; MPhil, Ph.D. BLemail@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org||
||Environmental Law, Jurisprudence, International Law||Nigeria Bar Association (NBA)|
|67||294||Law||Department of Private and Business Law||**Miss T.A Osuntogun||ACU/SSE/PF/345||Lecturer II||Lecturer II||0||F||LL.M LL.Bemail@example.com||0|
|68||295||Law||Department of Private and Business Law||**Revd. I.A Akinloye||ACU/SSE/PF/350||Lecturer II||Lecturer II||0||M||LL.M, LL.Bfirstname.lastname@example.org||0||https://scholar.google.com/citations?hl=en&user=bPVW5YoAAAAJ|
|69||296||Law||Department of Private and Business Law||Aguda Olukayode Olalekan||ACU/SSE/PF/385||Lecturer II||0||M||B.A English, LL.B, LL.M, B.Lemail@example.com||
||Commercial Law, Maritime Law and Gender Law||Nigeria Bar Association (NBA) and Nigerian Association for Energy Economics (NAEE), Nigerian Association of Law Teachers (NALT)||https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Olukayode_Aguda?_sg=xDMEk8Ct-pvfDb3bG-acl8j-94p9VZJ0N32sto8sflnJ6m9Hw0ezlXPFNZPzKECrljgJi-7w3AIBBHA|
|70||297||Law||Department of Private and Business Law||Victor Daniel Ojetayo||Graduate Assistant||M||LL.B, B.Lfirstname.lastname@example.org||
Non-Use of Force as a Core Principle in International Law: An Evaluation of Recent Situations (SSRN Published)
|International Law||Nigerian Bar Association (NBA)
Young Lawyers Forum (YLF)
Associate Member of International Institute of Project and Safety Management ((AIIPSM)
|71||298||Law||Department of Public and International Law||Professor Gaius Emamuzou OKWEZUZU||ACU/SSE/PF/347||Professor||Professor||0||M||BA, MA, LL.B, MLD, LL.M, Ph.D, BL,Dip. Th.||07055636847, email@example.com||Human Rights and Environmental Lawfirstname.lastname@example.org||https://scholar.google.com/citations?hl=en&user=TVFoOB8AAAAJ||https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Gaius-Okwezuzu?_sg=T_Bdw8foLPM3Q4thqIRnnDbAYsUfeurn6D0NcdHRz_N6SlUil7clxWlDCcf8fzWRwpoXsfQEMacNhaI|
|72||299||Law||Department of Public and International Law||Professor Ayodeji Peter Agbonjinmi||ACU/SSE/PF/433||Senior Lecturer||0||M||B.Ed., M.Ed., Ph.D.||LL.B.||PGD (Mass Com)||BL|
|73||300||Law||Department of Public and International Law||Mrs. E.F. Jolayemi||ACU/SSE/PF/343||Lecturer II||Lecturer II||0||F||LL.M LL.B, BL||8134736885, email@example.com||0|
|74||301||Law||Department of Public and International Law||Abogunrin Segun Olawale||ACU/SSE/PF/349||Lecturer II||0||M||LL.B., LL.M., BL||0803001159, 08055926630||MCIArb||Medical Law|
|75||302||Law||Department of Public and International Law||Mr. Oluwagbenga Atere||ACU/SSE/PF/382||Lecturer II||0||M||WASSCE, LL.B, B.L, LL.M||8166151878, firstname.lastname@example.org||
||Oil and Gas Law, Law of Contract, Criminal Law||Nigeria Bar Association||https://scholar.google.co.za/citations?hl=en&user=VVSwYawAAAAJ||https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Oluwagbenga-Atere|
|76||303||Law||Department of Public and International Law||Dr. A.O. Okesola||Lecturer Iemail@example.com|
|77||406||General Studies Unit||Dr. Mrs. Mbofung, U. Inyang||ACU/SSE/PF/039||Principal Librarian||Principal Librarian||0||F||PhD, LAISfirstname.lastname@example.org||0|
|78||407||General Studies Unit||Mr. Peter O. Oiku||ACU/SSE/PF/359||Admin. Officer I||Admin. Officer I||0||M||B.Sc.||email@example.com||0|
|79||211||Humanities||Department of English||Dr. Stephen O. Solanke||ACU/SSE/PF/414||Snr Lecturer||Ag. HOD||0||M||B.A.(Ed) English, M.Ed Educ Management, M.A English (Literature), Ph.D English (Literature)||firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com||
||Oral Literature, African Literature (Prose, Poetry and Drama), Comparative Literature, Post-Colonial Literature, Dramatic Literature, Creative Writing.||Teacher Registration Council of Nigeria
International Society for Studies in Oral Traditions
Lagos Studies Association
|80||209||Humanities||Department of English||AYODABO, Joel Olatunde||ACU/SSE/PF/009||Professor / Dean, Postgraduate||Professor / Dean, Postgraduate||0||M||BA (ED), MA, PhD (English Language)||firstname.lastname@example.org||
||Pragmatics and Stylistics of English, and English as a Second Language||Member, Nigeria Union of Teachers (NUT)
Member, National Association of Teachers and Researchers in English as a Second Language (NATRESL)
Member, Association of Nigerian Authors (ANA)
Member, English Studies Association of Nigeria (ESAN)
Member, Reading Association of Nigeria (RAN)
Member, Nigerian Pragmatics Association (NPA)
|81||210||Humanities||Department of English||Bolanle Olufumbi SOGUNRO||ACU/SSE/PF/314||A/P/Ag. HOD||A/P/Ag. HOD||0||F||BA. Hons. English (Ilorin)||MA English (Ilorin)||PhD Linguistics (Ibadan)||email@example.com||8033241021||Phonology, Sociolinguistics, English as a Second Language|
|82||212||Humanities||Department of English||Dr. Omolola A. Ladele||ACU/SSE/PF/436||Senior Lecturer||Senior Lecturer||0||F||B.A, M.A., Ph.D.||firstname.lastname@example.org||0|
|83||213||Humanities||Department of English||Adeoye Adeyinka Olusola||ACU/SSE/PF/020||Lecturer l||0||M||B.A, M.A (English) Languageemail@example.com||Discourse Analysis, Stylistics, Pragmaticsfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|84||214||Humanities||Department of English||OLADIPUPO, Oluremi Olalekan||ACU/SSE/PF/200||Lecturer II||0||M||M.A||8062270702||8123691951||African Literature, African-American Literature, and Comparative Literature.||email@example.com|
|85||215||Humanities||Department of English||Agboola, Olubunmi Tayo||ACU/SSE/PF/249||Lecturer I||0||F||B.A, English and Literary Studies, M.A English (Literature)||firstname.lastname@example.org||
||Oral Literature, Gender and Ecology, African Literature||a.||https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=C-NR-b0AAAAJ&hl=en||https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Tayo-Agboola|
|86||216||Humanities||Department of English||OYELEYE Oyeronke Anike||ACU/SSE/PF/250||Lecturer II||0||F||B.A. (Theatre Arts), M.A. (Literature in English)||email@example.com||
(i). Oyeleye, Oyeronke A., (2014): Women, Marriage and Post-tradition: A Stylistic analysis of Lola Shoneyin’s The Secret Lives of Baba Segi’s Wive” Issues in Language and Linguistics: Perspectives From Nigeria. Vol.2, 110-119.
(ii). Acheoah, J. E. and Oyeleye, R., (2015): Yoruba and Etsako Proverbs: A Contrastive Discourse. International Journal of Arts and Humanities Vol.2, N.I, 29-37.
(iii). Oyeleye, O.A. (2017): Writing: Letters, Essays, Articles and Reports. Use of English for Effective Communication. Sogunro, B.O., Osunbade, A., Mbofung, I.O. (eds).
(iv). Agboola, T. and Oyeleye, O.A. (2017). Literary Appreciation. Use of English for Effective Communication. Sogunro, B.O., Osunbade, A., Mbofung, I.O. (eds).
(v). OYELEYE, Oyeronke. (2018). WRITING SKILLS. Essentials of Nigerian Legal Methods. Kehinde, A.O. (ed).
|Drama and gender studies||Member of ‘The Institute of Entrepreneurs, Nigeria’|
|87||217||Humanities||Department of English||Mrs. O.O. Onarinde||ACU/SSE/PF/336||Confidential Sec. II||Confidential Sec. II||0||F||HNDfirstname.lastname@example.org||0|
|88||218||Humanities||Department of English||Kalu Ebere Ucha||ACU/SSE/PF/230||Confidential Secretary I||0||F||HNDemail@example.com||
|89||219||Humanities||Department of English||Dr. Mogbolahan O. Oduola||Lecturer Ifirstname.lastname@example.org|
|90||220||Humanities||Department of English||Dr. Ese S. Kekeghe||Lecturer Iemail@example.com||https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=MQH-ce0AAAAJ&hl=en||https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Stephen-Kekeghe|
|91||221||Humanities||Department of English||Mr. Frank E. Agbongiaban||Assist. Technologistfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|92||229||Humanities||Department of History & International Studies||Dr. J. Akinyele Oluyitan||ACU/SSE/PF/016||Senior Lecturer||0||M||B.A, MILR, M.A, PDGE; Ph.D.(Ibadan)||email@example.com||
||Colonial history of Medicine, History of Education, Environmental and Urban History; Gender||Historical Society of Nigeria, West Africa Research Association(WARA); Africa Economic History Research.||https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=A8CSAFoAAAAJ&hl=en||https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Julius-Akinyele|
|93||230||Humanities||Department of History & International Studies||Odeyemi Oluwole Jacob||ACU/SSE/PF/098||Snr. Lecturer||0||M||B.A, M.Sc.||firstname.lastname@example.org||
||Foreign Policy, International Politics, Civil Society, Nigerian Government and Politics||(A) Nigerian Institute of International Affairs,
(B) Nigerian Political Science Association
|94||231||Humanities||Department of History & International Studies||Mrs. Roseline O. Adeoye||ACU/SSE/PF/223||Prin. Comp. Operator||Prin. Comp. Operator||0||F||OND, HNDemail@example.com||0|
|95||232||Humanities||Department of History & International Studies||Iwuamadi, Ukamaka Augusta||Asst. Lecturer||F||B.Sc. in International Relations, M.Sc. in History (In View)||08135785637, firstname.lastname@example.org||
||International Relations, Comparative Politics, Foreign Policy||https://scholar.google.com/citations?hl=en&user=XPnD4wwAAAAJ||https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Ukamaka-Iwuamadi|
|96||228||Humanities||Department of History & International Studies||Dr. Mrs. Olufunmilola A. Ogunbunmi||S/L Ag. HOD||S/L Ag. HODemail@example.com||https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=StJI9j4AAAAJ&hl=en|
|97||233||Humanities||Department of History & International Studies||Dr. John C. Ogirai||Snr. Lecturerfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|98||234||Humanities||Department of History & International Studies||Dr. Bayo T. Asala||Lecturer Iemail@example.com|
|99||235||Humanities||Department of History & International Studies||Mr. Babajimi O. Faseke||Lecturer IIfirstname.lastname@example.org||https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=HWzJb58AAAAJ&hl=en|
|100||236||Humanities||Department of History & International Studies||Mrs. Esther O. Adeagbo||Computer Operator|
|101||263||Humanities||Department of Performing Arts and Music||Prof. Bode Sowande||Professor/HODemail@example.com|
The Faculty of Social Science’s Fee Schedule for the 2022/2023 Academic Session is given below:
To be eligible for the award of a single B.Sc. honours degree at the end of the 4-year programme, a student must have passed all the prescribed courses and obtain a minimum of 130 credit units while a minimum of 90 credit unit for direct entry.
Regulation on Course Selection
The Faculty operates the unit-course system in a two-semester academic year. Students are required to select a list of approved courses and register for not less than 15 credit units but not more than 24 credit units at the beginning of each semester.