This category is reserved for the modules under the CST' schools. 

Course image Pharmacology
College of Science and Technology - CST

The Pharmacology module delves into the biochemical mechanisms underlying drug action, focusing on their interaction with biological systems. Students explore drug classifications, pharmacokinetics, and pharmacodynamics, understanding how drugs are absorbed, distributed, metabolized, and excreted. Emphasis is placed on drug-receptor interactions, signal transduction pathways, and therapeutic applications. This module will also consider the biological basis of diseases states affecting different physiological systems, their therapeutic approaches, and the mechanism of action of drugs used to treat these diseases. By the end of the course, students will possess a solid understanding of the interface between Biochemistry and Pharmacology, preparing them for further studies or careers in pharmaceutical research, medicine, or related fields.

Course image MAT1162: Algebra
College of Science and Technology - CST
The module aim is to: Identify an algebraic structure (group, ring, and field) and operations in these structures make calculations and solve linear equations in a vector space, in the ring of polynomials with one indeterminate and in the field of fractions.
Course image Building Maintenance
College of Science and Technology - CST

 The course aims to provide the basics of building maintenance as applied to Real Estate practice.  It covers nature and importance of building maintenance, building maintenance problems and their solutions, alterations and improvements, specification maintenance work, measurement and pricing of maintenance work, execution maintenance, and supervision of maintenance work.

Course image Building Materials I
College of Science and Technology - CST

The course aims to provide the students with knowledge about the types, properties, sources, behaviour, application and manufacture of gypsum, cement, concrete, bricks/blocks, timber and metals.

The course also discusses the economic, social and environmental sustainability of the materials covered.

Course image Applied environmental microbiology
College of Science and Technology - CST

This module builds on fundamental microbiological principles to examine the roles and interactions of microorganisms in environment. The environment in this case means the soil, water, air and sediments covering the planet and can also include the animals and plants that inhabit these areas. It also includes the study of symbiotic relationship of microorganisms (either positive or negative) that have special effects on the ecosystem. It further covers the use of microorganisms in microbial biodegradation or bioremediation of domestic, agricultural and industrial wastes and subsurface pollution in soils, sediments and marine environments.

Course image ARC3165 Building Technology 2( Building Elements)
College of Science and Technology - CST

Building Elements .This course focuses on the component parts of a building . Starting with the idea of basic different building elements fulfill basic human functional needs. Included  in this are elements such as roof; walls; floors; staircases ; doorways.

Course image CED304 Engineering Surveying II
College of Science and Technology - CST

The module aims to provide the basic knowledge of engineering surveying as applied to Engineering practice. It will equip students with knowledge and skills on the interpretation of tacheometric surveying, route surveying and area calculation. In addition, this module will provide practical skills in highway curve setting and construction.

College of Science and Technology - CST
•The course aims to develop an understanding of mechanical properties of materials, behaviour of different types of materials and geometrical properties of sections.

•It introduces stress and strain characteristics and their application in engineering field. In Laboratory, tests, specially, of tension, compression, shear, etc. are performed to strengthen   the theory on mechanical properties of some materials and its behaviour.
Course image Measurement of Construction Works III
College of Science and Technology - CST


This module is a continuation of measurement procedures of complex foundations (deep strip, pile and raft).  Further, measurement of finishes (floors, ceilings, walls) and decorations, joinery, fittings, demolitions and alterations. Arrangement of bills including daywork, preliminary items, provisional sums and prime cost sums are discussed.

The course ends with project work on all the topics mentioned above, including the production of Bill of Quantities

Course image Research Methodology_2021
College of Science and Technology - CST

Summary of the module:

This module aims to assist students to plan well and execute their final year projects.  It addresses the essential concerns of the structure, conduct and reporting of research that necessarily includes proposal writing also.  It covers the constituent considerations and ordering of problem identification, assumptions, justification, scope, limitations, organization, literature review and information sources, objectives, hypothesis setting and testing, research questions, theoretical and conceptual frameworks, research design, design of experiments (including manufacture of prototype or experimental rig), sampling, research methods, data collection methods, field tools and techniques, techniques of data measurement, statistical as well as computer supports for data analysis,  interpretations, conclusions, recommendations and implications as well as financial and time budgeting (Scheduling and Gantt Charts).   Technical report writing and approaches to referencing are also given emphasis.

Learning outcomes of the module:

A. Knowledge & Understanding:

Having successfully completed the module, students should be able to demonstrate knowledge and understanding of:

A1. The meaning and purpose of research in computer engineering

A2. The importance and relevance of methodology in inquiry

A3. The scientific method and the value of scientific theory in inquiry

B. Cognitive/ Intellectual Skills/ Application of Knowledge:

Having successfully completed the module, students should be able to:

B1. Identify and delineate a researchable problem.

B2. Conduct a critical review of relevant literature

B3. Develop consistent theoretical and conceptual frameworks

B4. Prepare effective, valid and reliable research designs.

B5. Assemble usable field tools that reflect practical data measurement scales.

B6. Obtain credible representative field data.

B7. Carry out competent automated statistical analysis.

B8. Abstract convincing inferences from observed data trends

B9. Prepare readable research reports that adhere to convention

C. Communication/ ICT/ Numeracy/ Analytic Techniques/ Practical Skills:

Having successfully completed the module, students should be able to:

C1. Write effective project and research proposals.

C2. Conduct repeatable scientific inquiry

C3. Disseminate research results conventionally through seminars, conferences and reports

D. General Transferable Skills:

Having successfully completed the module, students should be able to:

D1. Undertake lifelong self-learning in the relevant and related areas.

D2. Produce relevant and true reports