Rhema University will hold its 3RD,4TH and 5TH Combined Convocation on April 13th, 2019. The venue of the Convocation is the University auditorium.
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The course explains the meaning and scope of Political Science; examines basic and introductory concepts in the discipline in order to equip the students with the appropriate tools for analysing African politics. It periodizes African politics: the pre-colonial, colonial and post-colonial eras, taking note of the nature of political institutions that were and still created and the political contestations and competitions. It explains how the development ideology and the interest(s) of each historical epoch have, in turn, shaped the conduct of African politics and the nature of political institutions such as the parliament, the political parties, and the conduct of elections. Finally, it examines the consequences of all this for democracy and development in Africa.
- Teacher: Ikedinachi WOGU
Summary of Course
This course [POL322], largely explores the basic methodologies adopted for comparative analysis and studies in
the field of political science. Thus, the exposes students to an array of
methods and approaches in the field of research in political science and more
importantly, in the social science research.
Introduction To Mass Communication 1 (2Units):
Consideration of Mass Communication as a sub-type of human communication and overview of the progress: Models and elements of communication.
This course [AIC921] will integrate lecture sessions, class discussions, assigned readings, oral and written presentation of assignments, library research sessions, teamwork and small group presentations, and other activities associated with the learning and using of ICT for Educational purpose and for the enhancement the quality of human life and knowledge. All the activities will aid you in attaining the major learning objectives of this course [AIC921].
12th MITIMUM CONFERENCE, 2019