Courses

  1. GST 101  - Use of English and Communication Skills I
  2. GST 102  - Use of English and Communication Skills II
  3. GST 103  - Computer Fundamentals
  4. GST 104  - Use of Library
  5. GST 105  - History and Philosophy of Science
  6. GST 107  - A Study Guide for the Distance Learner
  7. GST 201  - Nigerian Peoples and Culture
  8. GST 202  - Fundamentals of Peace Studies and Conflict Resolution
  9. GST 203  - Introduction to Philosophy and Logic
  10. GST 204  - Entrepreneurship and Innovation
  11. GST 301  - Entrepreneurship Studies
  12. GST 302  - Business Creation and Growth
  13. GST 707  - A Study Guide for the Distance Learner
  14. GST 807  - A Study Guide for the Distance Learner 

Note:  GST104, GST204 & GST302 start Next semester

Note: 

  • Art, Education (Arts, Social Science and Foundation) and Social Science programmes are to register for GST105 – History and Philosophy of Science
  • Science programmes including Science Education are to register for GST203 – Introduction to Philosophy and Logic
  • All students must register with CE&GS to enable tracking of students’ activities especially in entrepreneurship courses.
  • Assessment for GST301 – Entrepreneurship Studies
  • The Student Business Plan shall be the Tutor Marked Assignment (TMA).  There will be no multiple-choice TMA.
  • Students present business plan of 2000 words between the fourth and eight week of resumption in the semester in their various zones under the guidance of the Incubation Centre Coordinators.  There are three methods available for students to present their business plans according to an agreed schedule. The three methods are by:
    • presenting in the virtual laboratory in the incubation centre;
    • presenting online/real time using video conferencing facilities (this will enable students to present from anywhere without a geographical barrier)
    • making a 10 minutes video and posting it to CE&GS site where they will be assessed, and feedback provided in synchronous online forum.  In this process, the student and the assessors will be online at the same time while the assessors watch the video with questions and answers through messaging.   

 

Student shall spend 10 minutes for presentation and 20 minutes for questions and answers.  All activities for the presentation must not exceed 1 hour.  Three Incubation Centre Coordinators or three assigned assessors shall grade, and average scores shall be recorded by the Incubation Centre Coordinator in the zone.  Students can be grouped into a maximum of 10 to work on same business plan and project, but the role of each student must be well spelt out in the plan.

  • Students put approved business plans into action.  Students work with the CE&GS ICT and content development unit to produce illustration of the business plan.  The illustration may be sketch, simulation or concrete product. 
  • Students with excellent prototypes/concepts/products could be encouraged to work with the incubation centre coordinators to take the idea forward.
  • Students present finished products or services
  • Scoring for GST 301:

Business Plan

20%

Enterprise development Project (Presentation = 10% and the product or service (prototype or real) = 30%)

40%

Examination

40%

Total

100%

 

 

Presentation Schedule for Business Plan

S/N

Zone

Date

1

North West

3rd May – 7th May 2018

2

North East

8th May – 12th May 2018

3

North Central

14th May – 18th May 2018

4

South East

19th May – 24th May 2018

5

South West

25th May – 30th May 2018

6

South South

31st May – 5th June 2018

 

Presentation Schedule for Enterprise Development Project

S/N

Zone

Date

1

North West

21st May – 24th May 2018

2

North East

25th May – 30th May 2018

3

North Central

31st May – 6th June 2018

4

South East

7th June – 13th June 2018

5

South West

14th June – 20th June 2018

6

South South

21st June – 26th June 2018