Department of Business Administration

The Department of Business Administration was set up in 2002 when Adamawa State University Mubi, was established. The Department commenced its academic programme as Department of Business Studies, with Accountancy, Economics and Business Administration as its programmes. As a result of growth and expansion, the three programmes have become three separate Departments. The Department of Business Administration has the following programmes:

(i) B. Sc Banking and Finance
(ii) B. Sc Management
(iii) B. Sc Marketing

The B. Sc Business Administration Programmes are focused on producing graduates with skills, knowledge and attitude for servicing both private and public sectors, this is in addition to making the graduates self reliant and job creators.

The department of Business Administration was a subset of the department of Business studies. However, the need to have an independent department of Business Administration led to the establishments of the department in the First Quarter of 2005.

STRUCTURE AND FUNCTIONS
The department of Business Administration is designed to provide a body of knowledge that makes students to be independent and self reliant in any Business environment after their studies. The Business Administration programme provides students with an education of enduring value which enhances their awareness and understanding of the environment as well as the opportunities for self sustenance and self fulfillment within such environment.

The programme also provides knowledge needed for the understanding and analysis of problems related to the management of industrial commercial and other forms of human organizations.

POLICY THRUST
The policy thrust of the degree programme offered in the department is in line with the general objectives of the Adamawa State University.

The focus is on producing graduates who are equipped with knowledge, skills and attitude for servicing the private and public sectors of the Economy. Specifically, the following are the basic objectives.
1. To create and maintain high academic standard and at the same time remain relevant to the needs of individuals, the community, Business and related organizations.
2. To inculcate in students an awareness and sensitivity to environmental factors, conditions and practices consistent with day-to-day business and commercial practices.
3. To develop interpersonal skills which are needed for working in organizations.
4. To inculcate in the students the capacity to analysis business enterprises thereby establishing a framework for a blue-print in business and organizational set ups, as may enhance such operations in Adamawa State and Nigeria at large.
5. To provide adequate exposure of the students to the modern electronic, industrial and information technology networks that give support to the business enterprises world-wide.
6. To develop the ethical values of social responsibility, honesty and accountability in the management of business enterprises.

CURRENT LEADERSHIP
The department of business Administration is headed by Hajiya F.E. Usman, who works as a team leader together with other staff of the department.

FACILITIES IN USE TO ACHIEVE SET GOALS
1. Multipurpose Hall
2. Lecture Theatre 1 and 2
3. Large Halls 1 and 2
4. Class Rooms at ‘c’ Blocks
5. Computer Sets
6. Faculty and University Library

RELEVANT STATISTICS/DATA

The department has over three hundred students, from one hundred to four hundred Level. The department has seventeen Lectures as Tenure Staff and six Visiting Lecturers. The department has one Sabbatical staff.

ACHIEVEMENTS RECORDED

The following are the achievement of the Business department.
1. The department has met NUC standard and is fully accredited
2. The department has graduated about eight set.
3. The Business Administration Department is the only department in the University that produces two different Academic Journals.
4. Local findings ink knowledge, I earning and s kill acquisitions of entrepreneurs in North Eastern Nigeria, Published in various Journals.

List of Courses

100 Level

FIRST SEMESTER
                                                                            

COURSE CODE COURSE TITLE UNIT(S) SEMESTER
ACC 101
BUS 101
BUS 103
ECO 101
CSC 101
GST 101
GST 103
Basic Accounting I
Intro. to Business Management
Introduction to Social and Management Sciences Mathematics I
Elements of Economics I
Introduction to Computer
Communication in English I
Nigeria Peoples and Culture

TOTAL

3
3
3
2
2
2
2

17

1
1
1
1
1
1
1

BUS 102:
Introduction to Business Management (for Economics Department) 2 Units

SECOND SEMESTER

COURSE CODE COURSE TITLE UNIT(S) SEMESTER
ACC 102
BUS 102
BUS 104
ECO 102
CSC 102
GST 102
GST106/104
PUB 106
Basic Accounting II
Introduction to Business Management II
Business Mathematics II
Elements of Economics II
Introduction to Computer II
Use of Library Study Skill ICT
Communication in French/Communication in Arabic
Introduction to Social Psychology

TOTAL

3
2
3
2
2
2
3
3

19

2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2

ELECTIVE
ECO 104: Economic History of Nigeria         2 Units
PUB 104: Introduction to Planning                2 Units

200 Level

FIRST SEMESTER

COURSE CODE COURSE TITLE UNIT(S) SEMESTER
ACC 201
ACC 203
BUS 201
BUS 203
BUS 205
ECO 201
ECO 203
GST 201
GST203
Intro. to Financial Accounting I
Cost and Management Accounting
Business Statistics I
Introduction to Capital Market
Business Communication
Micro-Economics I
Macro-Economics I
Communication  in English
Logic, Philosophy & Human Existence
TOTAL
3
3
3
3
2
2
2
2
2
22
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1

 

SECOND SEMESTER
                                                    

COURSE CODE COURSE TITLE UNIT(S) SEMESTER
ACC 202
BUS  202
BUS 204
BUS 206
BUS 208
BUS 210
GST 202
GST 222
Special Financial Accounting
Element of Banking
Commercial Law
Elements of Marketing
Business Statistics II
Economic Theory
History & Philosophy of Science II
Peace & Conflict Resolution

TOTAL

3
2
2
2
3
3
2
2

19

2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2

ELECTIVE: ACC 208: Comp. App. in Accounting and Business 2 Units

300 Level

FIRST SEMESTER

COURSE CODE COURSE TITLE UNIT(S) SEMESTER
GST301
GST 303
BUS 325
BUS 303
BUS 327
ACC 313

BUS 305
BUS 307
BUS 309

BUS 311
BUS 313
BUS 315

BUS 317
BUS 319
BUS 321

Entrepreneurship and Innovations
Advanced Communication Skills
Research Methodology
Management Theory
Production Management
Management Accounting
BANKING AND FINANCE
Monetary Theory and Policy
Banking Laws & Regulations
Banking Methods & Practice
TOTAL

MANAGEMENT
Labour Economics
Total Quality Management
Managerial Economics
TOTAL
MARKETING
Consumer Behaviour
Marketing Communication
Marketing Research
TOTAL

2
1
3
3
3
3

2
2
2
21

2
2
2
21

2
2
2
21

1
1
1
1
1
1

1
1
1

1
1
1

 

1
1
1

ELECTIVES:
Bus 323: Legal Aspects of Marketing –                      2 Units
BUS 301: Elements of Government   –                       2 Units

 

 

SECOND SEMESTER

COURSE CODE COURSE TITLE UNIT(S) SEMESTER
BUS 302
BUS 304
BUS 306
BUS 308

BUS 310
BUS 312
BUS 314

BUS 316
BUS 318
BUS 314

BUS 320
BUS 316
BUS 322

Quantitative Analysis
Organizational Behaviour
Financial Management
Human Resource Management
BANKING AND FINANCE
Financial Systems
Comparative Banking
Public Finance
TOTAL
MANAGEMENT
Sales Management
Comparative Management
Public Finance
TOTAL
MARKETING
Buyer Behaviour
Sales Management
Distributions and Retailing
TOTAL
3
3
3
3

2
2
2
18

2
2
2
18

2
2
2
18

2
2
2
2

2
2
2

2
2
2

2
2
2

ELECTIVE: BUS 324: Industrial Marketing –        2 Units

400 Level

FIRST SEMESTER

COURSE CODE COURSE TITLE UNIT(S) SEMESTER
BUS 401
BUS 403
BUS 405
BUS 407

BUS 409
BUS 411
BUS 413

BUS 415
BUS 411
BUS 421

BUS 411
BUS 415
BUS 417

Business Policy and Strategy I
Analysis for Bus. Decision
Entrepreneurship Development
International Business
BANKING AND FINANCE
Bank Lending & Loan Admin.
International Finance
Marketing of Financial Services
TOTAL

MANAGEMENT
Marketing Management
International Finance
Promotion Management
TOTAL
MARKETING
Marketing Management
Promotion Management
International Marketing
TOTAL

 

3
3
3
3

2
2
2
18

2
2
2
18

2
2
2
18

1
1
1
1

1
1
1

1
1
1

1
1
1

ELECTIVE: BUS 423: Total Quality Management –                      2 Units

SECOND SEMESTER

COURSE CODE COURSE TITLE UNIT(S) SEMESTER
BUS 402
BUS 404
BUS 406
BUS 499

BUS 408
BUS 410
BUS 412

BUS 412
BUS 414

BUS 416
BUS 418

Business Policy and Strategy II
Nigerian Business Environment
Business Ethics
Research Project
BANKING AND FINANCE
Capital Market. & Port. Theory
Investment Banking
Project Evaluation
TOTAL
MANAGEMENT
Corporate Planning
Industrial Relation
TOTAL
MARKETING
Product Planning and Management
Marketing Analysis and Decision
TOTAL
3
2
3
6

2
2
2
19

3
3
19

3
3
19

2
2
2
2

2
2
2

2
2

2
2

BUS 408: Management Information System –           2 units

Staff List

Academic Staff

S/N NAME QUALIFICATION RANK FIELD OF SPECIALIZATION NATURE OF APPOINTMENT
1 Prof. S. K. Msheliza PhD Professor Finance Academic
2 Prof. Walter Ndubisi PhD Professor Finance Academic
3 Dr. M. I. Bazza PhD Senior Lecturer Finance and Mgt Academic
4 Dr. Bashir Maiwada PhD Senior Lecturer Finance Academic
5 Dr. Abdulsalam Jibril PhD Senior Lecturer Marketing Academic
6 Magai V. Magai LLM, PhD in view Lecturer I Criminal Law Academic
7 Fatima Inuwa Usman MBA, PhD in view Lecturer I Mgt & Finance Academic
8 Sanusi Bello MBA, PhD in view Lecturer I Marketing Academic
9 Bitrus Fulani Kwajafa M. Sc, MBA Lecturer I Marketing Academic
!0 Itodo John MBA,  PhD in view Lecturer I Management Academic
11 John Ldama MBA,  PhD in view Lecturer I Finance Academic
12 Daniel O. Asogwa LLM. Lecturer II Law Academic
13 Bananda Robinson A. MBA, PhD in view Lecturer II Marketing Academic
14 Aliyu Umar Fudamu MBA, PhD in view Lecturer II Management Academic
15 Joy Dogonyaro Zoakah B.Sc, M. Sc. Asst. Lecturer. Management Academic
16 Hamman Adama Yahaya B.Sc, M. Sc. Asst. Lecturer Management Academic
17 Mohammed Haruna B.Sc, M. Sc. Asst. Lecturer Finance Academic

Non-Academic Staff

1 Yeeti David Confidential Sec. I ND Secretarial Studies
2 Magdaline Innocent Snr. Clerical Officer SSCE