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Department of Banking and Finance

STAFF LIST


DEPARTMENT OF BANKING AND FINANCE

1

P. E. Oribabor

 Ph.D, M.Sc, B.Sc,  PGD.

Professor/Head

2

J. O. Kufoniyi

M.Sc , B.Sc.

Lecturer I

3

 I. Ajayi-Obe

M.Phil, M.BA, M.Sc,  B.Sc.

Lecturer I

4

F. O. Obisesan

M.Sc, MBA, B.Sc,HND.

Lecturer II

5

J. A. Alao

M.Sc, B.Sc, MBA.

Lecturer II

6

 J. O. Falope

ACA.

Lecturer II

7

 J. A Adegoke

M.Sc.

Lecturer II

8

 A. A. Emerah

M.Sc, B.Sc.

Assist. Lecturer

9

 S. O. Oyedele

MBA B.Sc.

Assist. Lecturer

10

O. F. Abina

B.Sc .

Graduate Assistant

11

O.O. Idowu

OND

Senior Typist

 

DEPARTMENT OF BANKING AND FINANCE

B.Sc. Degree Programme in Banking and Finance

PHILOSOPHY AND OBJECTIVES

PHILOSOPHY
The philosophy of the programme is to produce graduates of Banking and Finance who are appropriately trained and infused with all the qualities needed to provide professional leadership and contribute to the society.

OBJECTIVES:

(i)     to produce high caliber graduates in Banking and Finance capable of taking up responsible positions in the profession and society at large;

(ii)    to equip graduates with required analytical and managerial skills necessary to prepare them for     the challenges of middle and top management positions in industrial and public organizations;     

(iii)    to acquire the necessary professional proficiency needed by the banking industry globally;

(iv)    to prepare students for meeting the challenges of modern day dynamic banking system occasioned by high Information Technology and Globalization.

A.    LIST OF COURSES BY LEVELS
100 LEVEL
Course Code  Course Title                                                     Credit(s)
BFN 110        Basic Banking and Finance                        3
BFN 120        Introduction to Money and Banking            3
ACC 111        Basic Financial Accounting I                       3       
BUS 120        Entrepreneurship I: Introduction                2
ECN 110        Basic Economics I                                     3
ECN 114        Introductory Mathematics for Economists I   3
ECN 124        Introductory Mathematics for Economists II  3
GST 110        Use of English                                          2
GST 113        Christian Education                                    2
GST 122        Introduction to Information and Communication
                    Technology                                               2
GST 123        Library and Information Literacy Skills          2

200  LEVEL
BFN 210        Introduction to Finance                               3
BFN 212        Elements of Banking                                  3
BFN 220        Financial Administration                              3
BFN 223        Applied Statistics for Banking and Finance I   3
BFN 224        Data Processing Techniques                        3
BFN 226        Nigerian Financial System                            3
ACC 211        Business Law                                            3
ACC 213        Principles of Accounting I                            3
ECN 210        Principles of Microeconomics                        3
GST 201        Studies in Entrepreneurship and New Ventures 2
GST 216        History and Philosophy of Science                 1
GST 228        Peace Studies and Conflict Resolution           2
                                              
300 LEVEL
BFN 316        Public Finance I                                          3
BFN 317        Business Finance                                        3
BFN 319        Law, Ethics and Corporate Governance           3
BFN 321        Monetary and Fiscal Policy                            3
BFN 323        Practice of Banking I                                   3
BFN 326        Public Finance II                                         3
BFN 328        Development Banking                                  3
BFN 329        Applied Statistics for Banking and Finance II   3
BFN 399        Research Methodology in Banking and Finance3
BUS 313        Management Theory I                                 2
BUS 324        Management Theory II                                 2
GST 301        Culture and Civilization in Africa                    1
GST 302        Studies in Philosophy and Logic                    1
                               
400 LEVEL
BFN 410        Theory of Corporate Finance                         3
BFN 414        Comparative Banking System                       3
BFN 416        Marketing of Financial Services                      3
BFN 417        International Trade and Finance                    3
BFN 419        Asset and Liability Management                    3
BFN 420        Investment Analysis and Portfolio Management 3
BFN 421        International Banking and Finance                3
BFN 423        Practice of Banking II                                  3
BFN 424        Management of Financial Institutions             3
BFN 427        Business Policy and Strategic Management     3
BFN 428        Credit Administration and Control                  3
BFN 429        Capital Market Operations                            3
BFN 431        Project Appraisal and Restructuring                3
BFN 432        Risk Management in Banking                       3
BFN 433        Operations Research                                   3
BFN 499        Research Project                                         5

B.    SUMMARY OF DEPARTMENTAL GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS
          (No. of credits in brackets)

100 LEVEL
CORE:
BFN 110(3), BFN 120(3), ACC 111(3), BUS 120(2), ECN 110(3), ECN 114(3), ECN 124(3), GST 110(2), GST 113(2), GST 122(2), GST 123(2).
Total                                            28 Credits

ELECTIVES:
Students are advised to register for not less than 2 credits from the following courses: ACC 121(3), BUS 110(2), BUS 123(3), ECN 120(3), SOC 114(3) with the permission of the Head of Department.

200 LEVEL
CORE:
BFN 210(3), BFN 212(3), BFN 220(3), BFN 223(3),  BFN 224(3), ACC 211(3), ACC 213(3), ECN 210(3), GST 201(2), GST 216(1), GST 228(2).
Total                                            29 Credits

ELECTIVES:
Students are advised to register for not less than 1 credit from the following courses: BFN 226(3), ACC 212(3), BUS 210(3), BUS 220(3), BUS 221(3), ECN 216(3), ECN 220(3) with the permission of the Head of Department.

300 LEVEL
CORE:
BFN 316(3), BFN 317(3), BFN 319(3), BFN 323(3), BFN 326(3), BFN 329(3), BFN 399(3), BUS 313(3), BUS 324(3), GST 301(1), GST 302(1).
Total                                            29 Credits

ELECTIVES:
Students are advised to register for not less than 1 credit from the following courses: BFN 321(3), BFN 328(3), ACC 310(3), ACC 321(3), ACC 322(3), BUS 311(3), BUS 320(3), ECN 311(3) with the permission of the Head of Department.

400 LEVEL
CORE:
BFN 410(3), BFN 416(3), BFN 417(3), BFN 420(3), BFN 421(3), BFN 423(3), BFN 432(3), BFN 433(3), BFN 499(5).
Total                                            29 Credits

ELECTIVES:
Students are advised to register for not less than 1 credit from the following courses: BFN 414(3), BFN 419(3), BFN 424(3), BFN 427(3), BFN 428(3), BFN 429(3), BFN 431(3), BFN 432(3), BUS 420(3) with the permission of the Head of Department.

C.     COURSE DESCRIPTIONS
100 LEVEL
BFN 110    BASIC BANKING AND FINANCE    3 Credits
Introduction to finance: scope of finance, management decision: investment financing and Dividend policy. Organization of firms: sole proprietorship, Partnership and Companies. Basic concept of money: Types, Origin (including Trade by barter). Demand for and supply of money; importance and functions of money. Quantity Theory of money including Fishers Equation and Cambridge Equation. Velocity of Money, Evolution of Banks and Banking in Nigeria. Banking systems: Unit Banking, Universal Banking, Chain Banking. Mathematics of Finance including time value of money, simple and compound interest calculations, present and future value, Annuity, Sinking Fund and Amortization. Sources of Finance.
45h(T);C.

BFN 120    INTRODUCTION TO MONEY AND BANKING    3 Credits
Concept of the Financial System. Financial Claims, and role of financial intermediary in an economy. Financial Markets instruments or tools of financial markets. Principal Saving and Lending Institutions in the Nigerian Banking System. Bank Lending and Banking concepts, Regulations and statutes. Financial System: Federal Ministry of Finance, Central Bank of Nigeria; National Insurance Commission, Nigerian Deposit Insurance Corporation. Nigerian Security and Exchange Commission.
45h(T);C.

200 LEVEL
BFN 210    INTRODUCTION TO FINANCE    3 Credits
Nature and scope of finance, the firm and its financial objectives and financial decisions, the finance functions, Risk of finance, sources of capital. Financial management as a tool for planning and control, financial business, financial intermediation functions. The capital market, Financial problems of small business and agricultural credit. Fiscal measures. The modern budget and its impact on business finance, analysis of taxation, measures of fiscal incentives.
45(T);C.

BFN 212    ELEMENTS OF BANKING    3 Credits
Evolution of Banking in Nigeria. Basic concepts in banking services. Negotiable Instruments. Principles of good lending, Balance Sheet items of CBN and Deposit Money Banks. Clearing and payment systems in banks. Evolution, structure and functions of International Financial Institution.  West African Cleaning House. Instruments used in Regional banking transactions. The Role of Banks in Economic Development. The FOREX operations: Guidelines and problems. Critical Issues in the Nigerian Banking Industry. Banking Habits, Government participation in banks. Problems of bank liquidity. The role of CIBN, FIFC, Bankers Committee and monetary circulars in the banking industry.
45(T);C.

BFN 220    FINANCIAL ADMINISTRATION    3 Credits
Objectives, roles, functions and environment of financial administration. Flow of funds; Concepts and cash analysis, financial analysis including ratios, financial planning, forecasting and control. Working capital analysis, cash management, account receivable management, stock management. Capital market functions, which includes supply and demand of capital, money and capital, market in Nigeria. Cost of capital: dividend policy and internal finance. Problems of finance administration.
45(T);C.

BFN 223    APPLIED STATISTICS FOR BANKING AND FINANCE I    3 Credits
Nature and uses of Statistics, Data collection Technique, Sources and Classes of data. Measures of variation and shape: Range, deviations, measurement asymmetry; Regression and correlation, scatter diagram, coefficient of correlation, interpretation of regression and correlation; Probability distributions. Concept of probability theory, Discrete to normal distributions, Index numbers, Time Series and time series model.
45h(T);C. (Replaces BFN 213 and BFN 221).

BFN 224    DATA PROCESSING TECHNIQUES    3 Credits
Data Processing Concepts: Data, information, evolution and types of data processing; data processing stages and methods; batch, on-line real time, interactive. Introduction to Electronic Data processing and Computers. Basic concepts of MIS. Network and communications: methods of transmitting data and the interconnections of computer system; LAN, WAN and their application to banking Text Manipulating software (Soft applications). Data Analysis Software: Storage and Retrieval software. System Planning and Development. Data security (Data Responsibility): Confidentiality, Computer Security Precautions e.g. Integration, teleprocessing, personnel and management problems. Abuse of Systems and Data e.g. fraud, manipulation of data etc.
45(T);C.

BFN 226    NIGERIAN FINANCIAL SYSTEM    3 Credits
Monetary Authorities in the financial system. Banks and other financial institution and funds. Traditional financial institution such as esusu, ajo, bambam and cooperatives and thrift societies. Problem associated with traditional institutions. Critical issues in Nigeria banking system.
45(T).

300 LEVEL
BFN 316    PUBLIC FINANCE I    3 Credits
Meaning and scope of Public finance, Differences and similarities between Public and Private Finance. Fiscal Policy, Importance of Public finance; Public goods and Private goods. The principles of Maximum Social Changes (Pareto Efficiency); Consumer and producer surplus Externalities and External effects (Types and Characteristics) Government Revenue including taxes; Government Expenditure; canons and effects and as a fiscal tool. Public Debt: Meaning, Objectives, Types; Difference between Public and Private debts; Effects of Public debt; Debt management as well as Debt Redemption.
45(T);C.

BFN 317    BUSINESS FINANCE    3 Credits
Basic theories and techniques of financial management. Investment decisions of the firm under conditions of certainty and uncertainty. The problems of mutually exclusive projects, capital rationing and inflation.  Financial decision of quoted companies, lease financing mergers and acquisitions; financial structure decisions. Dividend theory and policy, techniques of financial planning and control, interpretation and analysis of financial statements, sources of finance and; problems relating to small scale financing in Nigeria.
45(T);C. (Replaces BFN 310 and BFN 320).

BFN 319    LAW, ETHICS AND CORPORATE GOVERNANCE    3 Credits
Statutory and Regulatory Requirements for the establishment and operations of Banking Business in Nigeria. Law of Agency, Partnership and Company Law, Bankruptcy Law, Negotiable Instruments, Banker-Customer Relationship. Securities for Bank Advances, Ethics and Professionalism in Banking; The nature of ethics and professionalism. Whistle blowing; Malpractice etc. Corporate Governance: Transparency, Accountability and Integrity. Nature, Meaning, Importance and Essence of Corporate Governance. Best Practices standard; Codes of Corporate Governance, Self-Regulatory Mechanism in the Banking Industry e.g. CIBN, CIS, CII, Money Market Association of Nigeria (MMAN) NSE etc Impact of self-regulation on the financial service industry.
45(T);C. (Replaces BFN 315).

BFN 321    MONETARY AND FISCAL POLICY    3 Credits
Definition and Objectives, Technique and Instruments of Monetary Policy,  Fundamentals of Monetary theory, Fiscal Policy Objectives and Techniques; Fiscal Policies and Actions. Demand for and Supply of Money; Quantity Theory of Money. Liquidity and Liquidity Preference. Hicksian IS-LM and Macro-economic policy designs. Real versus nominal interest rates. Determination of interest rates; Inflation, Deflation and Stagflation. Exchange rate and its determination. Eurocurrency Market, Foreign Market and domestic market. Balance of payments; Globalization; Roles and activities of the world Bank Group (IBRD, IFC and IDA), IMF, ADF, AFC and OPEC Fund. Economic and Financial groupings ECOWAS, ECA, EU etc. The African Capital Markets.
45(T).

BFN 323    PRACTICE OF BANKING I    3 Credits
The relationship of banker and customer. Special relationship involved in mandates, Power of Attorney, Appropriation of payment; Set-off and Duty of Secrecy. Banking Operations, payment by cheques and other analogous instruments. Different types of Account holders: Personal, Current, Executorships/Trustees – Church, Clubs and Societies. Opening and Closure of various types of accounts.  The respective rights and obligations of bank, drawer, drawee, payee in Negotiable instruments. Collection of cheques, Standing Orders. Duties and right with respect to Bankers’ opinion. Duty on the banks and steps to be taken on death, bankruptcy, winding up etc.
45(T);C.

BFN 326    PUBLIC FINANCE II    3 Credits
Budget and budgeting Techniques: Concept and features: Types of Budget; deficit financing, Budgetary concepts, Supplementary budget and its rationale. Budgeting Techniques (PPBS, ZBB etc) Development plans; sources of finance for development plans in Nigeria. National Income including Approaches to the estimation of National Income.
45(T);C.

BFN 328    DEVELOPMENT BANKING    3 Credits
The concept of Development Banking: The Gap thesis; The Exigency thesis; The catalyst thesis. The Global Development Banks: The Bretton Woods Institutions; IBRD, IMF, IFC. The Regional DFIs, AfDB, ADF, Functions of Development banks. Evolution of Development Banking in Nigeria; Early Development Banks: Bank of Industry, Bank of Agriculture, Federal Mortgage Bank, NEXIM Bank, ACGSF, other Non-banking DFIs Problems of Development Finance Institution (DFIs).
45(T).

BFN 329    APPLIED STATISTICS FOR BANKING AND FINANCE II    3 Credits
Correlation: Spearman’s rank, and product moments correlation: Regression: Linear Regression. Time series, Index Numbers; Probability and Probability distributions. Hypothesis Testing: Confidence level, Significance level, Types I and II Errors; Standard Error, t-distribution, Chi-square test, Analysis of Variance (ANOVA) Interpretation of computer result.
45(T);C.

BFN 399    RESEARCH METHODOLOGY IN BANKING AND FINANCE    3 Credits
Basic concepts in scientific inquiry: scientific research, meaning, Basic steps, Basic and applied research concepts, theories, laws, hypothesis, research design, choosing a research topic. Problem analysis, literature review, model building, conceptual framework, the research proposal, sampling techniques. Data collection techniques, data types (primary, secondary etc.) Data collection strategies. Surveys experiments, content analysis, motivation research, data collection instruments e.g. (a) the interview (b) the questionnaire: Validity, Reliability, Report writing evidence, types, length, mechanical footstep, maps, etc. Business research in Nigeria: scope, problems and possibilities.
45(T);C.

400 LEVEL
BFN 410    THEORY OF CORPORATE FINANCE    3 Credits
The course provides the theoretical basis of Corporate Finance and the economic rationale of the investment-financing. Topics include the valuation objectives. The single period and multi-period investment – Consumption model. Theoretical of valuation and financial policy. Investment Decision under certainty, models of investment choice under uncertainty. Capital Asset pricing model capital structure and share value. Interactions of investment and financing decisions.
45(T);C.

BFN 414    COMPARATIVE BANKING SYSTEM    3 Credits
The structure, evolution, functions and regulatory of banks and other financial institutions in different categories of countries are compared and contrasted. The course will also analyze money and capital market development. It also attempts a comparative analysis of balance sheets. The structure, evolution functions and regulatory framework of banks and other financial institutions in different categories and countries are compared and contrasted e.g. United Kingdom, USA, Federal Republic of Germany, USSR, Japan, India, Canada, Middle East, Latin America, South Africa and Ghana. Swiss Banking system. Unit Banking, Chain Banking etc. as obtained in these countries.
45h(T).

BFN 416    MARKETING OF FINANCIAL SERVICES    3 Credits
General overview of Marketing Elements of Marketing. Marketing plan. Market research. Services and products. Characteristics of financial services. Market segmentation. Marketing Management principles. Marketing Communication.
Customer Relationship Management. Marketing Audit. Marketing Ethics. Relationship Marketing.
45(T);C.

BFN 417    INTERNATIONAL TRADE AND FINANCE    3 Credits
Basic meaning of International Trade and Finance. Basic of Trade, Theory of Comparative Costs and Comparative advantage (Ohlin’s Theory Mercantile Theories) Advantages and Disadvantages of International Trade. Terms of Trade, Balance of Trade, World Trade Organization, International Liquidity. Methods of Payment and methods of settlement. Balance of Payment. Trade Restrictions (Tariffs, Quotas) Foreign Exchange Arithmetic.
45(T);C.

BFN 419    ASSET AND LIABILITY MANAGEMENT    3 Credits
Typical Bank’s Balance Sheet. Sources of Risk; Risk in Financial service Industry and their types. Income structure and bank profitability; managing credit risks. Rendition of statutory Returns. Bank Credit Policy. Credit Analysis. Strategies for measuring credit Risk. Constraints in measuring risk. Prudential Guidelines for licensed Banks and its various revisions. Components of an ALM system and its installation. Techniques e.g. Gap Model; Duration Model; Scenario Analysis; etc. ALM mismatch and its causes, ALCO membership; management, weekly returns and meetings. Treasury management.
45h(T).

BFN 420    INVESTMENT ANALYSIS AND PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT    3 Credits
This source provide basic theoretical in Investment Analysis and Portfolio Management. It covers such topics as the operations of securities markets, capital market, theory, efficient market theory, valuation of stocks and bond. Furthermore, applications to the above theories are portfolio analysis selection and performance evaluation will be covered. Other forms of investment such as warrants, options commodities trading will also be analyzed.
45h(T);C.

BFN 421    INTERNATIONAL BANKING AND FINANCE    3 Credits
Comparative Banking: The structure, evolution, functions and regulatory framework of banks and other financial institutions in different categories of countries – Capitalism, Communism, Socialism, International financial Institutions, World Bank Group, AfDB group IMF; their roles, and advantages, Subscription and Funding, Bank of International settlement (BIS). International/ Regional Monetary system and types; Foreign Exchange; Exchange Rate types and determining factors, Nigeria foreign exchange system – various auctions and regulation. Hedging Techniques, including forward contracts, currency borrowing, swap, futures market, options, commodity exchange. Nostro and Vostro Accounts.
45h(T);C.

BFN 423    PRACTICE OF BANKING II    3 Credits
Objective of Bank Lending and credit administration, lending appraisals and decisions, secured and unsecured advance; type of loans and constraints of bank lending, pricing of loan, loan supervision, security, problems of default, bad debts. Interpretation of Balance sheets and Management accounting for the lending banker. Lending appraisals, Securities for Bank Lending e.g. Land, Debenture and Charges, Negative charge, Letter of comfort etc. Perfection and Realization of securities. Negotiable Instruments.
45h(T);C.

BFN 424    MANAGEMENT OF FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS    3 Credits
Regulatory and Institutional framework and the relationship between finance and economic development. Management of financial institutions: banking, Insurance, pension funds, mortgage banks and other financial houses. Credit management, Competition in the provision of financial services. Industrial relations in banks. Manpower training and development in the financial industry.
45h(T).

BFN 427    BUSINESS POLICY AND STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT    3 Credits
Introduction to business policy and strategy, dimensions of Corporate strategy, Environment of Business policy and strategy, Managerial roles and responsibilities Corporate Planning, TQM, and Business Social Responsibility. Strategic Management process and Mission: Internal and External Analysis of business environment. Nature of Strategic Implementation. Entering the Global market. Guide to strategic management.
45h(T).

BFN 428    CREDIT ADMINISTRATION AND CONTROL    3 Credits
Concept of credit Administration and control. Need for Credit Administration and control. Types of Loans and Advances. Loan procedure, control and monitoring. Loan pricing. Security types, perfection and Realization. Roles of financial statements in loan appraisal. Interpretation of financial statements. Relevance of Ratio analysis in forecasting and assessing financial requirements. Credits for specialized area, e.g. Oil and Gas, Agriculture etc. Debt management: causes and remedies of bad debts. Brief Introduction to ALCO Bassel I, II and III.
45h(T). (Replaces BFN 425).

BFN 429    CAPITAL MARKET OPERATIONS    3 Credits
Nigerian financial market in perspectives; Historical development of the Nigerian Capital Market; Terminologies used in capital market; Benefits of capital; Instruments traded in capital market: The role of SEC in capital market regulations; Legal frame work governing operations in the capital market; Procedures in public offering of securities and the role of various parties; Disclosure requirements of SEC; Role of SEC in Mergers and Acquisitions; The Nigerian Stock Exchange – how it works; Stock Exchange Terminologies; Dematerialization of Shares; The Central Securities Clearing System; Enforcement and compliance in the capital market; Grievance handling procedures in Nigeria Capital Market, Capital Market Theory.
45h(T). (Replaces BFN 426).

BFN 431    PROJECT APPRAISAL AND RESTRUCTURING    3 Credits
Conceptual framework (Project Versus Development Programme) Project cycle; Project appraisal (ex-ante and ex-post); Project analysis under conditions of risk and uncertainties; sensitivity analysis; Break even Analysis Network analysis and the use of critical path method in project planning and implementation project restructuring. Performance Improvement Programming (PIP).
45(T).

BFN 432    RISK MANAGEMENT IN BANKING    3 Credits
Introduction, The structure of the Balance Sheet of a typical bank. Funds supply and demand objectives of Asset and Liquidity Management (ALM). Components of ALM system: Its installation and techniques: GAPPING duration and scenario Analysis. PFA, AAA, MSA. Sources of Risks (Basis Risk, Customer option risk, Credit risk, Interest rates risk, Price risk, Leverage risk, reputation, strategic, transaction, operation compliance, currency). Environments, Process, Information/Decision making risk. Models. Models, LGD, FRR, ORR, IRB. Factors in Risk control: Indogenous exogenous, ALCO, Treasury Management. CBN Credit Bureau. Basel I, II, and III. Corporate governance, Capital Adequacy ratios.
45(T).

BFN 433    OPERATIONS RESEARCH    3 Credits
Introduction to mathematical programming techniques: building LP models sensitivity analysis. The use of LP for short term decisions opportunity cost and financial control of production. A mathematical programming framework for an optimal short run investment-financial plan Models of short run operating plan and the application to the management, receivable management, LP approach to optimal short-term financial a simulation Approach to Working Capital Decisions. Linear Programming and Profit Planning application to breakeven analysis. Introduction to Goal programming. Mathematical expectations, Network Analysis.
45h(T);C. (Replaces BFN 418).

BFN 499    RESEARCH PROJECT    5 Credits
A systematic field research on a current finance topic approved by a project supervisor and the Head of Department and report of reasonable and acceptable length and quality.  
225h(P);C.

 

 

 




 
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