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Lgs 648 public enterprises and community development

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LGS 648:Public Enterprises and Community DevelopmentThis course examines general overview explainingthe concepts and definitions of public enterprises;review of the origin, development and managementof public enterprises and Local Government vis-à-viscommunitydevelopmentassociationsinNigeria;organizationalstructure,roleandcapabilities of public enterprises in rural and urbandevelopmentwithemphasisonNigeriacommunities.LGS 649:Problems of Economic DevelopmentThis course describes the general understanding ofthe definition, nature and purpose of economicdevelopment; tools of analysis in developmenteconomics, economic and non-economic factors andthe politics of economic development in Nigeriaand other developing countries; study of thetheories of economic development and under-development in Nigeria and in some selected thirdworld countries.LGS 650:Field Attachment and Field ReportAt the end of the second semester, all MLGSstudents in Local Government Studies are expectedto go on field attachment for eight weeks during thelong vacation.At the end of the field attachment,
20all students are expected to write and acceptablefield report/essay. An essay of about 7, 000 wordsunder the supervision of aLecturer in theDepartment on a chosen topic.LGS 651:Urban AdministrationThis subject discusses administrative problems andcharacteristics of public management in urban andrural areas; Problems of housing, water, wastedisposal, town planning and public conveniences.LGS 652:Nigerian Government and AdministrationThis course examines the structure of the Nigeriantraditionalandpoliticalinstitutions,party‟selections, and pressure groups; the role of the armyinNigeriaGovernmentandAdministration;bureaucratic and the political process.
21MEMBERS OF ACADEMIC STAFF OF THEDEPARTMENTNamesDegreesStatusArea of SpecializationD.O. ADEYEMOB.A., M.Sc. (Zaria)Professor andPublic Administration,Ph.D. (Ibadan)The HeadDevelopment Studies,Research Methods,Public Enterprises,Political Theory.A.M. AWOTOKUNB.A. (Zaria)ProfessorLegislative/ExecutiveM.Sc. (Ibadan)Relations HumanPh.D. (Ife)Resources Management,Local GovernmentAdministrationI.O. ARANSIB.A., M.P.A (Ife)ProfessorComparative PublicM.Sc., Ph.D. (Ibadan)Administration,Human ResourcesManagement, LocalGovernmentAdministration andManagementM.O. ADEYEYEB.Sc. (Ibadan)ProfessorLocal GovernmentM.Sc. (Ife)Administration,Ph. D. (Ibadan).Inter-governmentalRelations, ResearchMethods, PolicyStudies.F.O. FAGBOHUNB.Sc., M.Sc.ProfessorFinancial Management,M.B.A., M.Phil.Comparative Politics,Ph.D.(Ife)Civil- MilitaryRelations, and HumanResources ManagementB.T. BADEJOB.Sc., MPA,ReaderLocal GovernmentM.Sc., Ph.D.(Ife)Administration, PublicAdministration, GenderStudies and PolicyStudies.

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