Available courses

Course image Introduction to Contemporary African Drama
Languages and Literary Studies

The course is to expose students to the major thrusts of contemporary African drama from oracy to the present. Emphasis will be placed on works of selected African writers from all the regions. The relevance of the works to the emancipation of Africa will be examined.

Course image General Introduction to the Study of Religion
Religious Studies

The course is non-confessional, meaning that it will not privilege one religious tradition over another.  At the same time, we will examine the complex nature of religious phenomena, including religious knowledge and competing truth claims.  The course is a survey of religious thought and practice in global and local perspective.  This includes approaches to the study of religion and some general theories of religion.  Through this course, students will gain a deeper appreciation for the diversity and complexity of religion/s as well as a basic understanding of the study of religion. 

Course image Philosophy of Religion
Religious Studies

The need to equip students with the skill of critical thinking, especially in the aspect of religion cannot be overemphasised. The course introduces the student to systematic and methodological reasoning in the study of religion. It shall apply the principle of critical reasoning, philosophical theories and ideologies to the understanding and communication of religious thoughts. Also the course will equip students with the necessary tools to answer the main questions raised against religious themes as well as understanding these philosophical objections.

Course image Medical surgical Nursing clinical 1



1. The following are types of health assessments EXCEPT:

A.  Ccomprehensive

B. Focused

C. Emergency

D. General



2. There are ……. types of assessment employed in evaluating.

the health status of patients/clients.

A. 4

B. 5

C. 3

D. 7


3. There are basically ……..types of data.

A. 5

B. 4

C. 2

D. 8


One of the following is a type of data factual,

measurable and observable information about the patient and his overall

state of health.

A. Objective data

B. Obvious data

C. Qualitative data

D. Quantitative data  


4. Subjective Data is sometimes called …………………

A. symptoms data

B. Client’s data

C. Clinical data

D. Operational data


5. The basic methods employed in data collection are the following EXCEPT:

A. Observation

B. Interview

C. Intentional method

D. Physical Examination.



6. One of the following is a techniques of conducting a physical examination……………..


A.  Inspection

B.   Vital signs

C.   Massaging

D.  Bradicardia


7. The following are division in abdominal examination EXCEPT:

A.  Right hypochondrion

B. Epigastruium

C. Intra iliac

D. Left hypochondrion




8. Nursing process  has ……. logical steps.

A. 3

B. 4

C. 5

D. 8


9. The second phase of the nursing process is…………...  

A. Evaluation

B. Assessment

C. Implementation

D. Nursing diagnosis


1.    D

2.    A

3.    C

4.    A

5.    A

6.    C

7.    A

8.    C

9.    C

10. D