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Postgraduate Diploma in Environmental Planning (PGE)

The Postgraduate Diploma Course in Environmental Planning is designed to provide professional level training in relevant theories, techniques and practices to multidisciplinary practitioners so that they can link human development activities as dictated by population needs with the environment.

 

Entry Qualification

Candidates for the Postgraduate Diploma Course in Environmental Planning should have acquired any first degree or its equivalent academic qualifications from any higher learning institution registered by government or any recognized body of the country of study.

 

Course modules

Semester One

 

Module Code

Module Name

Contact hours

PGE 501

Environment & Development

64

PGE 502

Environmental Planning & management

64

PGE 504

Environmental Sociology

32

PGC 501

Quantitative Methods

64

PGC 502

Macro-economics for Development

64

PGC 503

Social Science Research Methods

64

PGC 508

Theory and Practice of Development

32

PGC 511

Agricultural Development Planning

64

PGE 505

Studio work

72

 

Semester Two

Module Code

Module Name

Contact hours

PGE 503

Environmental Economics

64

PGC 506

Physical Planning

64

PGC 507

Project Planning & Management

64

PGC 509

Integrated Development Planning

64

PGC 505

Development Finance & Investment

64

PGC 510

Management Information System & Data Analysis

64

PGE 506

Environmental Law & Policy analysis

64

PGC 512

Research Project

300

PGE 505

Studio work

72

 

 

Postgraduate Diploma in Regional Planning (PGR)

The Postgraduate Diploma Course in Regional Planning is designed to equip multidisciplinary functional officers and managers with advanced knowledge and skills in the supervisory, coordination, formulation, preparation and implementation of development plans which addresses local and national needs and priorities.

 

Entry Qualification
Candidates for the Postgraduate Diploma Course in Regional Planning should have acquired any first degree or its equivalent academic qualifications from any higher learning institution registered by government or any recognized body of the country of study.

 

Course modules

 

Semester One

 

Module Code

Module name

Contact hours

Units

PGR 501

Regional Analysis

32

2

PGR 502

Regional Development Planning

64

4

PGR 503

Social Development Planning

64

4

PGC 501

Quantitative Methods

64

4

PGC 502

Macro-economics for Development

64

4

PGC 503

Social Science Research Methods

64

4

PGC 508

Theory and Practice of

Development

32

2

PGC 511

Agricultural Development Planning

64

4

PGR 506

Studio Work

72

3


Semester Two

Module Code

Module name

Contact hours

Units

PGR 505

Industrial Development Planning

64

4

PGR 504

Development Administration & Policy Analysis

64

4

PGC 506

Physical Planning

64

4

PGC 507

Project Planning and Management

64

4

PGC 509

Integrated Development Planning

64

4

PGR 506

Studio Work

72

3

PGC 505

Development Finance & Investment

64

4

PGC 510

Management Information System & Data Analysis

64

4

PGC 512

Research Project

300

3

Postgraduate Diploma in Governance and Sustainable Development (PGS)

The Postgraduate Diploma in Governance and Sustainable Development is a one year programme. The academic year for this Post Graduate Diploma is divided into two semesters of 16 weeks each. The two semesters will comprise of lectures, practical work and seminar presentations, and will be followed eight weeks of research work and dissertation writing.

 

Entry Qualification

Candidates for the Postgraduate Diploma Course in Governance and Sustainable Development should have acquired any first degree or its equivalent academic qualifications from any higher learning institution registered by government or any recognized body of the country of study.


Course Modules

The distribution for total notional hours and contact hours, and credits by module and semesters are as indicated in the table below.


Semester One

 

Module Code

Module Name

Contact hours

Contact hours

GSD 511

Perspectives in Governance and Sustainable Development

100

64

GSD 512

Economics of Sustainable Development

150

96

GSD 513

Development Policy Analysis

150

96

GSD 514

Local Government Administration and Management

100

64

GSD 515

Governance and Non-State Actors

100

64

GSD 516

Statistics for Development Planning

100

64

GSD 517

Research Methods

100

64

 

Semester Two

 

Module Code

Module Name

Contact hours

Contact hours

GSD 521

Environment and Sustainable Development

100

64

GSD 522

Project Planning and Management

100

64

GSD 523

Population, Poverty and Sustainable Development

100

64

GSD 524

Governance for Sustainable Development

150

96

GSD 525

Lobbying and Advocacy in Development

100

64

GSD 526

Private-Public Partnership in Development

100

64

GSD 527

Management Information Systems for Sustainable Development

100

64

GSD 600

Dissertation

100

64

Postgraduate Diploma in Project Planning and Management (PGP)

The Postgraduate Diploma Course in Project Planning and Management is design to impact knowledge to student on appropriate project planning and management. Specifically it intends to equip student with skills of identification, preparation, appraisal, monitoring and evaluation of development projects; enable students to facilitate community members to effectively plan and manage projects by taking into account the Local Economic Development (LED); and enable students to correlate project formulation with policy environments of the country and other development par tners.

After completing this course the graduates are expected to be competent in the application of knowledge and skills related to project planning and management in a wide range of extents.


Entry Qualification

Candidates for the Postgraduate Diploma Course in Project Planning and Management should have acquired any first degree or its equivalent academic qualifications from any higher learning institutions registered by government or any recognized bodies of the country of study.

 

Course modules

Semester One

 

Module

Code

Module name

Contact hours

PPM 501

Concept and Principles of Project Planning and Management

64

PPM 502

Managing Resources for Local Economic Development (LED)

32

PPM 503

Project Planning and Appraisal

64

PGC 501

Quantitative Methods

64

PGC 503

Micro-Economic for Development

64

PGC 503

Social Science Research Methodology

64

PGC 509

Theory and Practice of Development

32

PGC 511

Agricultural Development Planning

64

PMM 509

Studio Work: 1: Project Management Tools and Techniques 2: Project Write up

96

 

Semester Two

 

Module

Code

Module name

Contact hours

PGC 504

Project Management Theory and Practice

64

PMM 505

Environmental Impact Assessment

64

PMM 507

Project Implementation and Control

64

PMM 508

Project Monitoring, Evaluation & Impact Assessment

64

PGC 510

Management Information Systems and Data Analysis for Development Planners

64

PMM 510

Studio Work: Plan for Implementation, Monitoring and Evaluation of Projects

96

PGC 512

Research Project

300

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