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UNN gets NUC’s nod for distance learning programme

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UNN gets NUC’s nod for distance learning programme

The National Universities Commission (NUC) has given the management of the University of Nigeria, Nsukka (UNN) the go ahead to commence academic activities in Distance Learning Programme at its Centre for Distance and e-Learning (CDeL).

The approval was contained in a letter of notification signed by the Executive Secretary of the Commission, Prof. Abubakar Rasheed to the Vice- Chancellor, Prof. Benjamin Ozumba. In the letter dated July 16, NUC stated that the approval “was based on the validated status recommended by the panel on Open and Distance Learning (ODL) and Subject Matter Experts and representatives of the Commission that conducted a pre-validation assessment inspection to the proposed centre in April this year.”

The approval granted the university authorities the right to commence Master’s Degree programme in Business Administration (MBA) in four courses, which are Accountancy, Banking and Finance, Marketing and Management. According to the Director of the CDeL, Prof. Boniface Nwogu, the second phase of the programme would cover courses in Social Sciences, Computer Science and Mass Communication at the undergraduate and postgraduate levels. “We have already developed programmes for the courses and very soon we will re-invite NUC for the accreditation of the programmes,” he said. Nwogu, however, added:

“The uniqueness of the university’s MBA programme is that the course materials are written in interactive and conversational mode for easy understanding of students, and more importantly, we are fully prepared for the programmes.”

The Director that noted the instructional materials also included recorded video lectures stored in tablets and CDs which would be given to the students, saying: “We have a programme that no other existing MBA in this country can be compared with.” According to him, the commencement of the MBA programmes marked the transition of the university from a single mode institution to a dual mode institution, which is the first of its kind in the entire South-East and South-South geo-political zone of the federation.

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