History & International Studies B. A. (Hons)
History & International Studies programme schedule
Year of entry2016/2017
QualificationB. A (Hons) (single honour only)
Application4 years full time : apply through UTME
Requirement

For admission to the 4-year programme in History and International Studies, candidate must possess the WASC/NECO/GCE (O/L) with a minimum of 5 credit passes in one sitting or 6 credit passes in two...more

 
Admission Requirement

For admission to the 4-year programme in History and International Studies, candidate must possess the WASC/NECO/GCE (O/L) with a minimum of 5 credit passes in one sitting or 6 credit passes in two sittings. The credit passes to include English Language, Government/History, three other Arts or Social Science subjects and at least a pass in Mathematics.

Candidates applying to the Redeemer’s University are expected to sit for the admission year Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME), and attain the National aggregate score. This is a statutory requirement for entry into Nigerian Universities. Candidates are required to apply for programmes of their choice by completing this year JAMB Registration Forms. They are to ensure that their UTME subject combination qualifies them for their chosen programmes.

In addition, candidates must complete online, Application Form of the University. No admission into the Redeemer’s University is possible without participation in the University screening exercise, and attainment of the required standard for admission into the University.

UNDERGRADUATE ADMISSIONS (DIRECT ENTRY)

Candidates who wish to be considered for Direct Entry admission to pursue a three year degree programme are advised to contact the Department for necessary guidance on admission requirements.

Two A’ Level passes in History/Government and a subject in Arts/Social Sciences.

NCE History/Government & Diploma with credit passes in relevant subjects in addition to 5 Credits at SSCE (or its equivalent).

METHOD OF ONLINE APPLICATION

http://adms.run.edu.ng

 
Course Listing
  First Sememter Courses      Second Sememter Courses
100 Level (First & Second Sememter)
  INTRODUCTION TO FRENCH I
  USE OF ENGLISH I
  NIGERIAN PEOPLES AND CULTURE
  INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY AND LOGIC
  ENVIRONMENT AND TECHNOLOGY IN EARLY AFRICAN HISTORY
  WEST AFRICAN PEOPLES FROM ABOUT 8TH CENTURY TO THE 15TH CENTURY
  STRATEGIES OF EUROPEAN AND OVERSEAS EXPANSION 1415-1648
  AFRICAN DIASPORA IN THE 17TH AND 19TH CENTURIES
  INTRODUCTION TO GENDER STUDIES
  INTRODUCTION TO INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS I
  INTRODUCTION TO HISTORY l
  INTRODUCTION TO POLITICAL SCIENCE
  INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY
  STUDY TO SHOW
  INTRODUCTION TO FRENCH II
  USE OF ENGLISH II
  HISTORY AND PHILOSOPHY OF SCIENCE
  NORTH AFRICA FROM THE ARAB CONQUEST TO 1800
  EVOLUTION OF STATE AND SOCIETY IN NIGERIA, 1500-1800
  FOOD AND SOCIETY
  INTRODUCTION TO ECONOMIC HISTORY
  TOPICS IN MODERN WORLD HISTORY
  CULTURE, TOURISM IN INDEPENDENT AFRICA
  INTRODUCTION TO INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS Il
  INTRODUCTION TO AFRICAN POLITICS
  THE CITIZENS AND THE STATE
  INTRODUCTION TO ANTHROPOLOGY
  STUDY TO SHOW
200 Level (First & Second Sememter)
  INTRODUCTION TO CREATIVE WRITING
  ELEMENTS OF FRENCH GRAMMAR
  INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER SCIENCE
  WEST AFRICA, 1500-1800
  EAST AND CENTRAL AFRICA, 1500-1800
  NIGERIA IN THE 19TH CENTURY
  ECONOMIC HISTORY OF WEST AFRICA TO 1800
  ELEMENTS OF ENVIRONMENTAL HISTORY AND MANAGEMENT
  NIGERIAN WOMEN AND NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT
  CONFLICT AND CONFLICT RESOLUTION IN 20TH CENTURY AFRICA
  STUDY TO SHOW
  VARIETIES OF ENGLISH
  PHONETICS II
  WEST AFRICA IN THE 19TH CENTURY
  SOUTHERN AFRICA, 1500-1800
  THE EVOLUTION OF THE MODERN INTERNATIONAL SYSTEM, 1648-1815
  HISTORY OF U.S.A. TO 1865
  WARFARE AND DIPLOMACY IN PRE-COLONIAL WEST AFRICA
  NIGERIA'S ADMINISTRATIVE HISTORY
  STRATEGIES OF REFUGEE MANAGEMENT IN AFRICA SINCECOLONIAL PERIOD
  EUROPEAN HISTORY AND DIPLOMACY 1648-1789
  ADVANCED REPORTING
  ANNOUNCING AND PERFORMANCE
  STUDY TO SHOW
300 Level (First & Second Sememter)
  THE ENGLISH OF BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION
  ADVANCED LANGUAGE PRACTICE 1
  EUROPEAN POLITICAL THOUGHT: ANCIENT
  NATION-BUILDING IN AFRICA
  WEST AFRICA IN THE 19TH CENTURY
  REVOLUTION AND NATIONALISM IN EUROPE, 1789-1870
  THE MIDDLE EAST SINCE 1948
  AFRICAN-AMERICAN HISTORY SINCE 1876
  INTRODUCTION TO HISTORIOGRAPHY.
  RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
  INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS, 1815 -1914
  STUDY TO SHOW
  NIGERIAN ENGLISH: FORMS AND USAGE
  ADVANCED LANGUAGE PRACTICE II
  EUROPEAN POLITICAL THOUGHT (MODERN)
  ISLAMIC POLITICAL THOUGHT
  AFRICAN POLITICAL THOUGHT
  EGYPT AND THE NILE VALLEY IN THE 19TH AND 20TH CENTURIES
  WAR AND DIPLOMACY IN EUROPE, 1870-1945
  THE USA SINCE 1865
  AFRICAN URBAN HISTORY
  POLITICAL HISTORY OF NIGERIA IN THE 20TH CENTURY
  ECONOMIC HISTORY OF WEST AFRICA IN THE 19TH CENTURY
  STRATEGIES OF REVOLUTIONARY WARFARE
  INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS, 1914 TO THE PRESENT DAY
  FOREIGN CORRESPONDENCE
  STUDY TO SHOW
400 Level (First & Second Sememter)
  AFRICAN HISTORIOGRAPHY
  THEORIES AND CONCEPT OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
  AMERICAN ECONOMIC HISTORY: COLONIAL PERIOD TO 1945
  AFRICA’S INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
  COMPARATIVE HISTORY OF DEVELOPING ECONOMIES: CHINA AND SOUTH EAST ASIA SINCE 1945
  DEFENCE AND STRATEGY IN THE 20THC
  AFRO-ISLAMIC CIVILISATION, 7TH – 18TH CENTURIES
  TERRITORIAL AND BOUNDARY HISTORY
  INTRODUCTION TO PUBLIC HISTORY
  HISTORY OF INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC RELATIONS
  STUDY TO SHOW
  COMPARATIVE FOREIGN RELATIONS IN THE CONTEMPORARY ERA
  MODERN EUROPEAN HISTORIOGRAPHY
  SOUTHERN AFRICA IN THE 20TH CENTURY
  ECONOMIC HISTORY OF WEST AFRICA SINCE 1900
  TRANSFORMATION OF JAPAN FROM MEIJI RESTORATION TO 1954
  IMPERIALISM AND WORLD ORDER IN THE 20TH CENTURY
  MODERN DIPLOMACY AND DIPLOMATIC PROCESS
  LONG ESSAY
  STUDY TO SHOW
 
Key Contact

For further details, please call any of the below contacts;

Head, Department of History and International Studies
E-mail: info@run.edu.ng

 
 
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