Available courses

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identify the techniques used for generating business ideas

discuss the role role of creative thinking in entrepreneurship

discuss the barriers to creativity

outline sources of business ideas linked to an individual own environment

Communication and Study Skills (CSS 4103) is a study designed to help trainees improve the academic skills they need to be successful students and professionals.

The process of communication allows students to effectively communicated with fellow students and professionals, without it, students would hardly share knowledge or experiences with others. In addition, the knowledge helps students to convey the message with less challenges.

The study gives an opportunity to the trainees to be empowered with  adequate skills in communication and study. Furthermore, the acquired skills are indespensable in the trainees' professional development.


Religious Education Methods II (RED 4220/1) is a course in a Diploma Programme. The course is designed to continue equipping trainee teachers in Religious Education with the skills, techniques  and strategies on how to effectively teach the subject. 

The course therefore expose the trainees to various methods used in teaching and learning of Religious Education.  In addition, trainee teachers are also taught on assessmemt and evaluation in Religious Education, and on how to prepare a Teaching File.

The course on the other hand provides a psychological preparation of trainees for their Teaching Experience which is done  twice, 2nd and 3rd year of their study. 

This course aims to shade some light on why it is important to learn or teach mathematics in schools. It also introduces you to aspects deemed important in the teaching of mathematics in schools.

The aim of this course is to enable student teachers acquire and apply mathematical concepts and skills in their lesson delivery in order to cultivate critical and analytical thinking, problem solving skills and also develop positive attitudes towards mathematics in learners.

This course aims to shade some light on why it is important to learn or teach mathematics. It also introduces you to aspects deemed important in the teaching of mathematics in schools.

the aim of this course is to enable student teachers acquire and apply mathematical concepts and skills in their lesson delivery in order to cultivate critical and analytical thinking, problem solving skills and also develop positive attitudes towards mathematics in learners.

The course aims at equipping trainee teachers with knowledge, skills and values in educational leadership, management including administration which will enable them to become competent teachers at Junior Secondary School level.

This course aims to shade some light on why it is important to learn or teach mathematics in schools.

This course is designed to equip students with practical skills and necessary knowledge relevant to teaching children with special educationall needs.

The aim of this course is to enable student teachers acquire and apply mathematical concepts and skills in their lesson delivery in order to cultivate critical and analytical thinking, problem solving skills and also develop positive attitudes towards mathematics in learners.

Before discussing about health education, it is imperative to conceptualize what health itself means. Health is a highly subjective concept. Good health means different things to different people, and its meaning varies according to individual and community expectations and context. Many people consider themselves healthy if they are free of disease or disability. However, people who have a disease or disability may also see themselves as being in good health if they are able to manage their condition so that it does not impact greatly on their quality of life

This lecture note is prepared primarily for health officer students, and is organized based on the course outline of introduction to public health in the curriculum of health officers. Nevertheless, the lecture note is deemed to be useful for almost all degree and diploma health science students in the University and elsewhere in the country. Taking in to account the shortage of teaching /learning materials for the course- introduction to public health, this lecture note is recommended to be used as a reference for students. Concepts, principles and terms are defined and described to reduce confusion.  

this course enables a student teacher to know how to manage learners and fellow alumni  and choose career prospect and course selection according their results and capacity.
it also enable the student to know the difference between counseling and guidance.

Curriculum Studies and Research Methods is one of the courses in the Junior Secondary Teacher Education Diploma. This course is compulsory to students pursuing the Junior Secondary Teachers’ Diploma. The syllabus for this course exposes students to the acquisition of knowledge, skills, processes, values and principles relating to Curriculum Studies and Educational Research.


Legal and Professional Issues in Computing is a course taken by all third year students enrolled under Junior Secondary Teachers' Diploma (Computer Studies Education).

Web Design Technologies is a course taken by all third year students enrolled under Junior Secondary Teachers' Diploma (Computer Studies Education).

Basic Computer Programming is a course taken by all third year students enrolled under Junior Secondary Teachers' Diploma (Computer Studies Education).

Computer Studies Teaching Methods III is a course taken by all third year students enrolled under Junior Secondary Teachers' Diploma (Computer Studies Education).

Computer Networks & Data Communication is a course taken by all second year students enrolled under Junior Secondary Teachers' Diploma (Computer Studies Education).

Database Design is a course taken by all second year students enrolled under Junior Secondary Teachers' Diploma (Computer Studies Education).

Systems Analysis and Design is a course taken by all second year students enrolled under Junior Secondary Teachers' Diploma (Computer Studies Education). 

Computer Studies Teaching Methods II is a course taken by all second year students enrolled under Junior Secondary Teachers' Diploma (Computer Studies Education).

Computer Studies Methods I is a course taken by all first year students enrolled under Junior Secondary Teachers' Diploma (Computer Studies Education).

Religion & Science deals the relationship between the two disciplines. The course looks at the contribution of Science to Religion. The course further deals in specific the contribution of Psychologist such as B. F skinner, A. Maslow, SigmudFreud and many others. 

Religion and Science also discusses the African Tradition Religions, and Hinduism. 

Information and Communications Technology is a compulsory course taken by all first year students enrolled either under the Education Department (MUCE) or the Health Department (CIHSS).

-learning the importance of safety management in any workplace