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Information on BUS 316 and MAN 710 examinations
by Samuel Olutuase - Tuesday, 15 November 2016, 4:07 PM

These examinations will run simultaneously at the MPA on Bauchi ROad campus, Jos as follow:

Date: 26th Aug., 2015

Time: 10hr00 - 12hr00 (WAT)

Duration: 65 minutes

You will be required to login and attempt a total of 40 questions for Parts A and B shuffled from the following categories: Data processing, Systems Analysis, DBMS, Excel, SPSS, Source document, Access and general questions for BUS 316 while MAN 710 will have questions shuffled from the following categories: E-commerce, Systems Analysis, Excel, SPSS, and general questions.

I wish you all the best.

Sam OLUTUASE (course lecturer)


Available courses

This is a three-credit unit core course that aims at introducing students of Business to the fundamental mathematical concepts and models with applicable relevance to business practice i.e. business decision-making. BUS 111 covers: Mathematics and Symbolic Logic; Inductive and Deductive Systems of reasoning; Concepts of set; Matix and Determinants; Discrete and Continuous variables; Relations and functions; Logarithm and Exponential functions and Simple sequences and series.

This is a two-credit unit core course offered by students of Management in the Department of Business Administration, University of Jos. The course aims at equipping business students with the requisite practical knowledge and skills that would help grow their managerial competence success in the 21st century any where across the globe. Having gone through the course materials, it is expected that the student would be able to collect data, take same through data processing activities in the most efficient and  effective manner; be apt to identify areas for partial or complete change in an information system within the context of Systems Development theory as well as better placed to acquire advance education and skills in computing.

This is a two-credit unit core course designed to equip postgraduate diploma students of Management with the requite knowledge and skills to fit into  the 21st century world. In this course, students will learn tcomputer basics, information technologies and also develop practical skills in the use of basic software applications such as Ms Excel, Word and Powerpoint. Furthermore, students will get familiarised with the use of Email and the Internet.