This course introduces students to the subject matter of fiscal policy and public finance. Students will learn about the level, growth and structure of fiscal activities of the Federal Government of Nigeria with respect to public revenue, public expenditure, fiscal debt and public debt as well as inter-governmental fiscal relations.

This course exposes students to the system of tax administration in Nigeria, the distinction between taxation of income and taxation of capital, the law and practice of income tax relating to individuals, exemptions, settlements, trusts, and estates, computation of assessable income as well as the small company provisions including definitions, computations and exemption.

This course introduces students to research methodology in the Social Science and provides them with a background for a good mastery of Econometrics.

Students will learn about the importance and process of research, research design, methods of data collection and analysis.

This course introduces students to Microeconomics. Under this course, students will learn the following areas of Microeconomics:

Basic concepts in economics. Tools of economic analysis. Problems of scarce resources. Allocation of resources in product and factor markets.  Equilibrium and equilibrium analysis.Supply and demand theory. Elasticity theory. Cobweb theory