Introduction

The Management Programme has been the pillar of the former Department of Business Administration.  It shared accommodation in that department with the Marketing and Banking and Finance Programmes at one time and later with Marketing and Mass Communication Programmes.  The Department of Business Administration itself came into being with the establishment of the College of Science and Technology, the fore-runner of the Rivers State University of science and Technology in 1980.  The Management Programme has made a strong impact in the Faculty of Management Sciences, in the University as a whole, and in the business environment, as it has graduated many able technocrats and produced many who are presently in academia and politics.  It has also produced six Professors and many Ph.D holders in the field who are incontestable international scholars.  The University has for long recognized the need to have a full fledged Department of Management.  This expected hope became a reality from the 2002-2004 Academic session.

Philosophy

In line with the national policy on education, which, among other things, emphasizes scientific approach to management, the management programme is designed to equip our graduates with the relevant management theories, practices, knowledge, abilities and skills that will prepare them for meeting up with the challenges and opportunities inherent in the management of all kinds and sizes of organizations in any part of the world.

Objectives

The main objective of the Management Programme is to educate and train men and Women who will serve the management development needs of Nigeria in both the public and private sectors of the economy.  This is because, the purpose of different enterprises may vary, but all that are organized do rely on effective group operation for efficient attainment of whatever goals they may have.  In this direction, the programme is geared towards giving students broad based education in the functional areas of business.  The programme is also designed to deliver to students a good understanding of the fundamentals of formal organization and how they are managed.  The programme’s specific objectives therefore are as follows:

1. To produce graduates that are well trained to manage profit and nonprofit organization.

2. To provide the technical knowledge necessary for management development. 

3. To propagate the development of management thought.

4. To produce Graduate Assistants who will assist in the teaching of Management courses in institutions of higher learning.

Admission Requirements

 i) UNIVERSITY REQUIREMENTS

1. Candidates must pass the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB) examination and have a minimum of credit level pass in five subjects at WASC/GCE ordinary level. These passes which must include English Language and Mathematics must be in not more than two sittings.

2. Equivalent qualification obtained from recognized institutions in Nigeria or elsewhere may be considered by the admission committee.

3. Candidates who have obtained passes in relevant degree level courses in other recognized institution may     be credited.

4. Candidates should also pass the Post UME Screening Test.

ii)  FACULTY REQUIREMENTS

 In addition to the University requirements, a student seeking admission into any programme in the Faculty of Management Sciences must have a credit pass in  Economics.

iii) DIRECT ENTRY

 The department has provisions for direct entry admission to 2 and 3 year degree programmes as follows;

1. 2-Year Programme for Candidates holding HND in either Banking and Finance, Marketing, Business Administration or Accounting with a minimum pass level of Lower Credit.

2. 3-Year Programme for Candidates holding OND in either Banking, Business  Administration, or Accounting with a minimum of Upper Credit level pass.

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Academic Staff List

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NAME

QUALIFICATION

DESIGNATION

AREA OF SPECIALIAZATION

RESEARCH INTEREST

  1.  

Ahiauzu, A. I

Ph.D, M.Sc, Intermediate in Certificate in Laws

Professor

Industrial Relations & Organizational Behaviour

Workplace Spirituality, Emotional Intelligence and Intellectual Capital in African Organizations

  1.  

Fubara, B.

Ph.D, M.A., ACIS

Professor

Business Administration

Business Policy & Strategy

  1.  

Johnnie, P. B.

Ph.D, M.Sc, PGD, HND, OND

Professor

Organizational Behaviour & Human Resource Management

Organizational Behaviour/Theory & Human Resource Mgt

  1.  

Jaja, S. A.

Ph.D, MBA, HND

Professor

Management

Entrepreneurial Development, Behaviour in Organizations & International Business

  1.  

Hamilton, D. I.

Ph.D, MBA, B.Sc

Reader

Management

Business Policy, Strategy & Organizational Theory

  1.  

Zeb-Obipi, I.

Ph.D, MBA, B.Ed

Snr Lecturer

Management

Organizational Behaviour &Theory, Human Resource Mgt &Industrial Relations, & E-business

  1.  

Ihunda, C. C.

MBA, B.Sc

Snr Lecturer

Business Administration

Business Policy, Materials Mgt & Mgt Information System

  1.  

Bagshaw, K. B.

MBA, B. Med. Sc

Snr Lecturer

Production & Operations Management

Production Mgt, Operations Research & Bus. Statistics

  1.  

Oparanma, A. O.

Ph.D, MBA, B.Sc

Lecturer I

Organizational Behaviour

Organizational Behaviour

  1.  

Tamunomiebi, M. D.

M.Sc, B.Sc

Lecturer 1

Industrial Relations & Organizational Behaviour

Comparative Mgt, Human Resource Mgt & Labour Economics

  1.  

Adoki, N. W.

MBA, HND

Lecturer I

Management

Industrial Relations, Human Resource Mgt Organizational Behaviuour & Bus. Communication

  1.  

Owunary, J. I.

MBA, HND

Lecturer I

Management

Organizational Behaviour & Bus. Communication

  1.  

Nwaeke, L. I

Ph.D, MBA, BBA

Lecturer II

Business Administration

Organizational Behaviour & Human Resource Mgt.

  1.  

Mac’Odo, D. S.

PGD, MBA, PGC, B.Sc

Lecturer II

Production/Operations Management

Maintenance Mgt & Business Statistics

  1.  

Wechie, I.

MBA, B.Sc

Lecturer II

Corporate Strategy & Business Policy

Business Police & Strategy

  1.  

Mark, J.

MBA, B.Sc

Asst. Lecturer

Industrial Relations & Personnel Management

Human Resource Management

  1.  

Orukwowu, J. B.

MBA, B.Sc

Asst. Lecturer

Management

 Mgt Information System, Organizational Theory/Policy