INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY, BAMENDA, CAMEROON

    

 
IUB offers 120 degree programs under 9 faculties. It has graduated 16 batches including doctorate graduates who are 100% gainfully employed nationally and Internationally. Enrol now and study from your home. Lectures time for regular students = 2:30 - 4:00 PM from Monday to Thursday. Sandwich programme kicks up from July to August each year. Registration fees are moderate and affordable. Permanent site for IUB when completed will be 80 rooms under one roof. You can enroll from any of our satelite campuses all over the world. We have the following modes of study: 1. Regular Classes, 2. Distant or Independent Study, 3. Sandwich Program from July 1st to August 30th, 4. Lectures at a local centre* 2:304.00pm from Monday to Thursday. 5. Special Students. Senior citizens(65+ years old) who just wish to enrich them-selves in particular areas are very welcome. They are on automatic full tuition scholarships. There are no specific entry requirements for them and they pay only the application and registration fees. The International University of Bamenda is collaborating with many National and In-ternational Universities and Research Organizations for work and study. * A Subsidiary of International Education & Business Company Ltd. Incorporated No. 000056 * Collaboration with Cameroon, Africa, European, & American Universities * International Association of Medical Sciences Educators. * Institute of Administrative Management London. * Association of Business Executive, London. * Institute of Commercial Management, London. * American Central University, Japan. * Institute of Chartered Accountants and Administrators, London. * Center for College of Preceptors, London. * NCCE (National Centre for Computer Education) with over 60 Universities world-wide. * University of Wisconsin, Madison U.S.A * Cardinal Stritch University Wisconsin U.S.A * University of Wisconsin—Stout U.S.A. * University of Yaoundé I Cameroon. Former site of the university i.e. www.iubamenda.150m.com is now discontinued. The official website of the university is now www.iubamenda.org.

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Course Breakdown in Faculty of Education:.


FACULTY OF EDUCATION

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SN CODE TITLE DESCRIPTION CREDIT UNIT(S)
1. 300 THE TEACHERAND THE LAW.
Legal right and their duties in the classroom, owner’s contrast rights the teachers right to academic freedom and personal freedom sex discrimination in the classroom and curriculum.
3
2. 311 ORGANIZATION AND OPERATION OF PUPIL SERVICES PROGRAMMES.
Includes organisation an operation of pupil services programs in elementary and secondary schools with emphasis on teacher roles and function in identification and referral of studies.
3
3. 313 EDUCATIONAL FOR EMPLOYMENT FOR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL PUPILS.
Include emphasis on the background and development of education for employment, state, and local roles in education and employment; the seven element of education for programmes, and education for employment partnership involving community, administration and teachers.
3
4. 479 ADMINISTRATIONS AND ORGANIZATION OF CHILD CARE AND EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION PROGRAMMES.
Include organizational and administrative theory in application to early learning. Child Care .and Child development service programmes and system strategies in organisation development issues and problem in management supervision, planning and policy development processes in designing system to serve identifiable client interest and needs.
3
5 500 PUBLIC SCHOOL ADMINSTRATION:
Inludes organisation of public education; role of local school districts, state government; task area and functions of administrative position.
3
6. 526 EDUCATIONAL FACILITIES. ICLUDES PLANNING, DEVELOPMENT AND ADMINISTERING EDUCATIONAL FACILITIES. The physical environment at all levels of education. 3
7. 541 ORGANIZATIONS AND ADMINISTRATION OF SCHOOL HEALTH PROGRAMMES. Includes theory philosophy, patterns and responsibilities. 3
8. 700 FIELD EXPERIENCE IN EDUCATIONAL ADMINISTRAION.
Includes supervise field experience elementary secondary vocational technical higher and/or special education at local state or national level.
3
9. 703 ADMINISTRATION OF TEACHING AND LEARNING ORGANISATION.
Includes link between research theory and practice in educational administrative are formulated via field –based inquiry and simulations.
3
10 725 RESEARCH METHODS AND PROCEDURES IN EDUCATIONAL ADMINISTRATION.
Includes introduction to the research process. Role of theory and hypothesis testing in research. Introduction to research problems questions hypothesis variables contracts definitions measurement research and experimental designs. Sampling descriptive statistics proposal writing types of research and statistical computing critical analysis of published research.
3
11. 730 PROGRAMMES DEVELOPMENT IN CONTINUING EDUCATION.
Includes basic concepts related to effective programme development. Focus on the concepts relevant to programming with adults.(1)Philosophical basis for change through adult education programmes (2)programming processes(3)community and clientele analysis(4)programme involvement(5)programme design.
3
12. 736 FACILITATING LEARNING FOR ADULTS.
Includes analysis of concepts and administration of students services in higher education including philosophy current issues student development program planning financial aid, auxiliary services housing counseling advising social and health services, student organisation legal aspects and special populations.
3
13. 742 FACILITATING LEARNING FOR ADULTS.
Includes analysis of concepts and procedures for helping adults learn. Emphasis on the teaching-learning transactions that encourage and assist adults in their learning activities.
3
14. 749 ETHICS IN EDUCATIONAL ADMINISTRATION.
Includes ethics applied to problems in educational administration .Analytical development of ethical rationale through case studies.
15. 750 GOVERNANCE AND ADMINISTRATION OF EDUCATION FOR WORK PROGRAMMES.
Includes theory, Research and leadership practices pertaining to the organisational and administration of programmes preparing youth and adults for work including state local and district programs of vocational-technical education, education-business partnership training apprenticeships, and economic development.
3
16. 755 COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AND CONTRACT ADMINISTRATION IN EDUCATION. Includes structure and process of collective bargaining impasse resolution and contract administration. 3
17. 761 SUPERVISION OF VOCATIONAL AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION. Includes theory, research practices and evolving concepts of the specific to vocational technical and adult education settings.
18. 424 THE SOCIAL PROBLEMS OF AGING AND OLD AGE.
Includes comparison of aging and the role of old people in various societies; age-grading and age-norms; the changing life cycle; factors that account for the changed position of the aged in our society; problems of the age and proposed solutions.
3
19. 441 CRIMINOLOGY.
Includes definition and measurement of crime. social psychological explanations of individual criminal acts; social structural theories of criminal law and crime rates. Behaviour systems and types of criminal behaviour such as organized crime and white collar crime. Theories of treatment and control, correctional methods, and the administrative of justice
3.
20. 445 CORRECTIONS AND THE CONTROL OF CRIME.
Include operation of correctional agencies in the United States as part of the criminal justice system. Examination of their impact on recidivism. Review and critical assessment of past and present efforts in crime control, with the administrative of justice.
3
21 446 JUVENILE DELINQUENCY.
Include concepts of childhood and delinquency. Measurement of delinquency behaviour. Application of competing theories to relationship within the family, school and peer group. Evaluation of programs for treatment prevention and control. The rise of the juvenile system
3
22. 477 FEMINISM AND SOCIOLOGICAL THEORY.
Includes.This course reviews the ways feminist critiques have reshaped social theory since 1960.It examines the ways that feminist theories reconceptualized classical sociological problems and how this has influence the ways research is conducted.
3
23. 515 GENDER ROLE AND SOCIETY.
Includes and investigation into the social, historical,psychological and biological context of the construction of gender in families and other social institutions.
3
24. 525 SOCIOLOGY OF MENTAL HEALTH AND MENTAL DISORDER.
Includes concepts of mental health and mental disorders; social epidemiology and aetiology of psychological disorder and impairment; organisation and delivery of preventive and treatment services relationships between psychiatric an other social institution.
3
25. 530 INTRODUCTORY SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY.
Include the individual in a social context including motivation attitudes conformity communication leadership.
3
26. 531 SOCIOLOGY OF MEDICINE.
Include cultural and social psychological factors in diseases processes distribution of diseases social definitions of illness and organisation of the health professions and health facilities.
3.
27. 532 HEALTH CARE ISSUES FOR INDIVIDUAL, FAMILIES AND SOCIETY
This course cover issues related to health and health care delivery in our society. Topics include social cultural and ethical influences on consumer definition of health and use of medical care, and on the health care system’s response.
3.
28. 533 RELIGIONS AND HEALTH IN SOCIAL INTERACTION.
Include the sociological perspectives on the health or rural residents and delivery of rural health care. Demographic organization rural social and community organisation farm and non-farm environmental influences and technological advances.
3
29. 534 RELIGION AND HEALTH IN SOCIAL INTERACTION.
Includes analysis of relationship between western religion and medicine;comparison with non-western practices epistemological ,empirical research on what is religion,spirituality,health,healing. Alternative models of medicine. Analyse data gathered during local practitioners visits, class field trip, and group field projects.
3
30. 535 LANGUAGE AND SOCIAL INTERACTIONS
Include focus on the systematic observation and analysis of face-to-face interaction. Sociological approaches to naturally occurring interaction i.e. human talk and behaviour that has been observed, audio recorded, or video recorded –will be explored. The approaches include ethno methodology, conversational analysis, and Goffmanian Sociology.
3
31. 537 SOCIAL BEHAVIOUR DYNAMICS. Includes important factors in social behaviour, roles, multiples group membership, cognitive processes motivation aggression, social prejudice. 3
32. 539 PERSONALITY AND SOCIAL STRUCTURE Include critical analysis of current theory and research bearing on the relations between personality and various aspects of social structure. 3
33. 541 SOCIAL BEHAVIOUR AND NATURAL RESOURCES.
Includes theory and application of social psychological processes, including personality, attitudes values and elements of social structure as they influence individual and collective use of natural resources.
3
34. 545 ISSUES IN EDUCATIONAL POLICY ANALYSIS.
Include theory research and practical experience in educational policy analysis including the social construction of policy and evaluation of policy responses and the practical and ethical dilemmas of the policy analyst.
3
35. 770 SCHOOL COMMUNITY RELATIONS: COMMUNICATION, MARKETING AND POLICIES.
Include social economic and political characteristics of communities; marketing theories plans and public relation; communication theories mass media and group conflict resolution organisation operation and evaluation of school community relation programmes.
3
36. 780 ADMINISTRATION OF COMMUNITY EDUCATION IN SCHOOL SETTING.
Includes roles and relationships among vocational technical and university system in administration of community education ,emphasis on the developing skills needed to implement community education including in these settings.
3
37. 785 STAFF PERSONNEL SYSTEM IN EDUCATION.
Includes personnel systems and collective bargaining processes for professional and non professional staff in educating including elementary secondary higher and post-secondary education.
3
38. 811 LEADERSHIP AND COORDINATION OF CONTINUING AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION.
Include theory research concepts and processes of leadership and program coordination integral to various continuing and technical education programmes.
3
39. 815 PROBLEMS IN COLLEGE AND UNIVERSITY ADMINISTRATION.
Include theory and research applied to the study of policy issues and problems in college and university administration.
3
40. 820 BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION OF SCHOOL SYSTEMS.
Include financial management; financial accounting ;computer systems and business management ;financial reports insurance salary schedules indebtedness budgetary procedure school budget audit; and pupil transportation.
3
41. 824 FIELD RESEARCH DESIGN AND METHODOLOGIES IN EDUCATION ADMINISTRATION.
Includes research design for problems related to organization .policy and community analysis function of concepts and theory in exploratory research field methodology of participant and open-ended interview field work required.
3
42. 825 ADVANCE RESEARCH METHODS IN EDUCATION ADMINISTRATION.
Includes research design for problems in educational administration including role of theory and hypothesis testing variables definition and measurement correlation survey, experimental and non-experimental factorial and single subject designs.
3
43. 826 EVALUATION FOR ADMINISTRATIVE DECISIONS MAKING IN EDUCATION.
Include theory and methods of evaluation for administrators models and techniques related to educational needs ,assessment ,programmes product development, formative and summative evaluation. Use of evaluative information for administrative decision making and administration of educational evaluation projects.
3
44. 830 Financial Elementary and Secondary Educations.
Including contemporary bases for collecting and distributing local, state, and federal funds for elementary –secondary education; problems and issues in financial support of education ;economic aspects of expenditure for elementary –secondary education.
3
45. 840 LEGAL ASPECT OF ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY EDUCATION.
Include legal aspect of elementary and secondary education ;employment rights; powers and liability; contract administration curriculum; students rights special education torts; contracts religion. impact of state constitutions, statutes and court decisions on education.
3
46. 841 LEGAL ASPECTS OF HIGHER EDUCATION.
Includes legal structure of higher education including historical evaluations as well as current legal problems. Attempts to assess the impact of legal decisions, statutes and regulations upon higher education and to discuss the implication of the interaction of the legal system and university governance for the practicing administrator.
3
47. 845 THE SCHOOL PRINCIPAL SHIP.
Includes dimension of the school principles responsibilities including instructional leadership emphasis on goals and theories under girding present practices and operational tasks reflecting changes in learning theory and school purposes.
3
48. 847 INSTRUCTIONAL LEADERSHIP AND SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT.
Includes creating and sustain healthy and successful teaching and learning environments for students and staffs in the guiding theme of this course. It is designed to provide teacher, learning specialist, and administrators with the foundations of research, theory and best practices in instructional leadership and school supervision, group development organizational assessment and change processes, professional development and action research for school improvement.
3
49. 660 GENDER AND EDUCATION.
Includes the impact of gender on educational performance and opportunity and the other problems of integrating family and alternative lifestyle needs into educational policy of moral and planning.
3
50. 570 ANTHROPOLOGY AND EDUCATION.
Includes the current and historical relation of anthropology to education with particular reference to culture and social change, cultural perspective on education and educational systems, learning as cultural transmission and application of anthropology knowledge to curriculum.
3
51 635 THE SOCIOLOGY OF SCHOOL EDUCATION.
Includes goals work process structure control and culture in the school impact of other organisations of family of social class and ethnic context on the school educational innovation and school process.
3
EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY
1. 301 HUMAN ABILITIES AND LEARNING.
Includes principles and techniques of learning, individual differences in abilities.
3.
2. 320 HUMAN DEVELOPMENT IN INFANCY AND EARLY CHILDHOOD Includes behaviour and development up to adolescence. 3
3. 321 HUMAN DEVELOPMENT IN ADOLESCENCE Includes physiological and cognitive changes, which characterized the transition from childhood to adult life. 3
4. 331 HUMAN DEVELOPMENT FROM CHILDHOOD THROUGH ADOLESCENCE
Include social and psychological aspects of human development from childhood through adolescence; implications for education.
3
5. 508 INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES, LEARNING AND INSTRUCTION
Includes individual differences (ids)in human learning; biological ids; ids intrinsic and extrinsic to learning; adopting instruction to individual differences; learner styles, personality ability social class, ethnic group and related factors to learning and instruction.
3
6. 522 SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY OF EDUCATION.
Includes the individual in networks of reciprocal relations within educational context. Areas: social influence on individual process considered critical to learning the class as a small group of interaction individuals the school as a social institution of unrelated persons.
3
7. 540 INTRODUCTION TO PROFESSIONAL SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGY
Include introduction to the professional roles and functions of school psychologists; relations with other professionals in the schools assessment and intervention for children and adolescence with learning behaviour, emotional family problems.
3
8. 542 ASSESSMENT AND TREATMENT OF CHILDREN: RACE AND SOCIAL CLASS FACTORS
Include assessment and treatment techniques for children from minority groups of deprived backgrounds; modifications which help achieve more affective diagnostics and treatment goals with such children. Actual testing experience involved using disadvantaged or minority group children.
3
9. 570 FOUNDATION OF EDUCATIONAL MEASUREMENT.
Include theory of mental measurement, types of scales, reliability, validity, psychometric evaluation of published test.
3
10. 425 CONCERNS AND CONSTRAINTS IN TEACHING CHILDREN. (Early childhood through middle childhood option only) 3
10. 662 ELEMENTARY SCHOOL CURRICULUMS
Include Basic concepts of curriculum, the relation of foundation areas to the problems of curriculum development, modern trends in developing educational programmes for children.
3
11. 663 LEARNING ENVIRONMENT FOR INITIAL EDUCATION PROGRAMMES.
Include Historical residues, basic theories and contemporary patterns of instruction underlying educational programmes for the very young child. Integrating and contrasting features of comprehensive curricula for the very young: play, communication foundations, self concepts health performing arts, and other areas of educational concern.
3
12 700 ORGANISATION OF INSTRUCTIONAL TECHNOLOGY.
Include organising for instructional design in educational institution at various levels such as local school, county, district, college, and university system. Field work related to university outreach programmes.
3
13. 703 THEORIES AND MODELS OF INSTRUCTIONAL SYSTEMS DESIGN.
Include and examination of the major instructional design modes and their theoretical, empirical, historical and philosophical foundations in technology and media.
3
14. 704 CURRICULUM PLANNING Includes the concepts of curriculum in modern education. 3
15. 706 SECONDARY SCHOOL AND CURRICULUM
Include functions of the secondary school, recent developments and varying approaches to goals integrations and balance in the curriculum.
3
15. 708 THE STUDY TEACHING
Include alternative research approaches to the study of teaching; for example process –product, aptitude treatment interaction, ethnographic. Include Exploration of literature and recent debates related to cultural
3
16. 711 CULTURES, CURRICULUM AND LEARNING. L AND LINGUISTIC DIVERSITY, LEARNING AND INSTRUCTION
Discussions will focus on education within and across home, community and school contexts including a focus on home –school –community relationships
3
17. 732 ADVANCE PROBLEMS IN SCIENCE EDUCATION
Include development and evaluation of research procedures for determining content and instructional methods for sciences programmes at the several school levels; the place of science in the school programme-considerations of the nature of science and the social implications of science in conservation, health, and current technological and scientific development.
3
18. 735 THE NATURE OF INSTRUCTION
Include theories and modes of analysis employed in studying the process of instruction. Social interaction. Language patterns, and teaching strategies.
3
19. 744 PERSPECTIVE IN MULTICULTURAL EDUCATION.
Include a critical examination of the conceptual and theoretical traditional that contribute to the educational reform and ideology known as multicultural education. Includes reading from ethnic studies ,black studies ,feminist theory, anti racist pedagogy, bilingual education ,and critical race theory.
3

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