FUL MANAGEMENT WOOS SECURITY AGENCIES WITH EXCITING PROGRAMMES OFFERED BY THE INSTITUTE OF GOVERNANCE AND DEVELOPMENT STUDIES AT POSTGRADUATE LEVEL

Today, Wednesday, 18th May, 2022, the Vice-Chancellor, Professor Olayemi Akinwumi led the Management of Federal University Lokoja on courtesy visits to the Commissioner of Police, Kogi State Command, CP Edward Chuka Egbuka, and the State Commandant, Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC), S.I. Mafara, to aquaint them with the newly introduced postgraduate programmes run by the Institute of Governance and Development Studies of the University for the 2021/2022 Academic Session.

 

The visits were part of the ongoing efforts by the Professor Akinwumi’s Administration towards giving wide publicity to the new programmes as well as the multidisciplinary Institute which was established essentially to provide cutting-edge research and robust development programmes.

 

The Vice-Chancellor also informed the security chiefs during the meeting of the University’s plan to relocate the remaining Faculty of Science at the Adankolo Campus to Felele Campus, adding that the male and female hostels built at the Felele Campus would be put to use, once the University resumes from the ongoing nationwide strike. He, therefore, solicited their full support in terms of security coverage.

 

Professor Akinwumi used the opportunity to introduce the newly appointed Chief Security Officer (CSO) of the University, Lt. Col. Babafemi Sunday Mepaiyeda (Rtd), whom he said would be working closely with the heads of the security outfits for mutual collaboration.

 

In their separate remarks, the heads of the two security agencies expressed great delight in the postgraduate programmes, while thanking the Vice-Chancellor for honouring them by coming personally with his Management Team to intimate them with the exciting list of programmes that would further add value to their jobs/career and enhance their academic development. They promised to enroll in the programmes and also encourage their officers to take advantage of the opportunity that has been brought to their doorstep.

 

The highpoint of the meeting was the presentation of flyers by the Vice-Chancellor showing the various programmes as well as other guidlines on how to apply, while arrangements were made for the Director of the Institute, Professor Rotimi Ajayi to further sensitize their men at their next officers meetings.

 

Other members on the Vice-Chancellor’s entourage included the Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academics), Professor M.S. Audu; Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Administration), Professor A. E. Bala; Registrar, Dr. Rebecca A. Okojie; Bursar, Mr. John Sule Shilo; Dean, School of Postgraduate Studies, Professor Gbenga Ibileye; Deputy Direcctor of the Institute of Governance and Development Studies, Dr. Tosin Olagunju; SSA to the Vice-Chancellor, Mr. E.D. Obafemi; and Mrs Omolade Toluhi, Principal Assistant Registrar (Registrar’s Office); amongst others.

 

Below is the list of the postgraduate programmes for the 2021/2022 Academic Session.

 

A. POSTGRADUATE DIPLOMA (PGD) PROGRAMMES

1. PGD in History and Cultural Studies

2. PGD in Peace and Conflict Studies

3. PGD in Disaster and Risk Management

4. PGD in Development Studies

5. PGD in Leadership and Strategic Studies

6. PGD in Strategic and Security Studies

7. PGD in Conflict, Security and Development Studies

8. PGD in Leadership and Development Studies

9. Advanced Diploma in Financial Management (ADFM)

10. PGD in Legislative Studies

12. PGD in Public Administration

12. PGD in Print Journalism

13. PGD in Electronic Journalism

14. PGD in Broadcasting

15. PGD in Public Relations

16. PGD in Advertising

17. PGD in Corporate Communication

18. PGD in Marketing

19. PGD in Peace Linguistics

20. PGD in Translation

21. PGD in Home Video Production

22. PGD in Public Speaking and Rhetoric

23. PGD in Information Studies

24. PGD in Speech Writing/Speech Making

25. PGD in Editing and Proof Reading

26. PGD in Forensic Studies

27. PGD in Cultural Tourism and Museology

28. PGD in Paliamentary Administration

29. PGD Social Work

30. PGD in Border and Migration Studies

31. PGD in Terrorism and Counter-Terrorism

32. PGD in Election and Party Politics

 

B. MASTER (PROFESSIONAL) PROGRAMMES

1. Master in History and Cultural Studies

2. Master in Peace and Conflict Studies

3. Master in Development Studies (MDS)

4. Master in Leadership and Strategic Studies

5. Master in Conflict, Security and Development Studies

6. Master in Leadership and Development Studies

7. Master in Migration and Displacement Studies

8. Master in Business Administration (MBA)

9. Master in Public Administration (MPA)

10. Master in Digital Forensic

11. Master in Cybersecurity

12. Master in Cybersecurity and Digital Forensic

13. Master in Information Studies

14. Master in Legislative Studies

15. Master in Parlimentary Administration

16. Master in Social Work

17. Master in Border and Migration Studies

18. Master in Terrorism and Counter-Terrorism

19. Master in Election and Party Politics

20. Master in Public Sector Management

 

C. DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY (PHD) PROGRAMMES

1. PhD in History and Cultural Studies

2. PhD in Peace and Conflict Studies

3. PhD in Leadership and Strategic Studies

4. PhD in Strategic and Security Studies

5. PhD in Conflict, Security and Development Studies

6. PhD in Information Studies

7. PhD in Legistlative Studies

8. PhD in Parliamentary Administration

9. PhD in Social Work

10. PhD in Border and Migration Studies

11. PhD in Terrorism and Counter-Terrorism

12. PhD in Election and Party Politics

13. PhD in Public Sector Management

 

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