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Course Content and Structure

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Course content for ODL students

  1. Course content for ODL students are the same as those of the regular ESUT undergraduate academic programmes
  2. Topics in the regular course descriptions are developed into didactic interactive lecture sessions which must cover course descriptions, suitably graded and sequenced and then transferred to the DVDs/Tablets
  3. The time taken by each ODL student to work through a course and pass the required examinations is flexible depending on the study speed. No ODL student is however allowed to carry credit load in excess of that prescribed for their part-time counterparts
  4. Other regulations of ESUT on course and credit requirements, course duration, carry-over, repeat and withdrawal etc also apply to ODL studies
  5. The entry requirement for each ODL student is determined by the appropriate service department based on the same entry criteria as the parallel physical ESUT programme

Course delivery modalities

The ODL Centre will provide study packs for individual students. The study pack will include the following:

  1. Printed course materials from the ODL Centre; and
  2. DVDs covering the course delivery on every topic
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Study Package

Lectures for distance students are recorded, edited and saved for students to use on CDS /DVDs, mobile devices, tablet PCs and as print-outs. Each virtual lecture session will provide students with tools for peer and tutor collaboration.


ESUT ODL programmes will be predicated on a pedagogy that is led by resources and not reliant on face-to-face intervention. Students will be able to register to study anywhere in Nigeria or any part of the world with a common standard of service at all students.


Information, advice and guidance (IAG)

Programme specific IAG will be made available (including Student counseling services


Assessments and Examinations

Assessment will include continuous assessment (a minimum of one marked assignment for each 40 hours of study) as well as summative assessment, e.g. exams, portfolios, that provide for validation of achievement.


Assessment tasks will occupy a minimum of 10% of study time. The course score will depend on both the continuous and final assessments.

Courses We Offer

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Advanced Use of English I

Advanced Use of English I

GST 203
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Advanced Use of English II

Advanced Use of English II

GST 204
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Business Economics

Business Economics

ECO 282
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Communication in English I

Communication in English I

GST 111
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Content and TalentLMS

When creating an online course, content is all you need! Take some time to find out the types of content available in TalentLMS. More than that, this course will give you an idea about how it feels to be a learner in our platform.

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Economic Problems of Nigeria

Economic Problems of Nigeria

ECO 254
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Employee Training 101

Investing in employees can be the smartest decision a business could ever make. In this course, you’ll learn what employee training is, some of the common types, and how you can become a trainer your employees will love.

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Entrepreneurial Studies

Entrepreneurial Studies

GST 221
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Entrepreneurship Studies

Entrepreneurship Studies

ENS 222
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Getting Started With eLearning

This course raises some fundamental eLearning questions. What do you need to succeed as an online instructor? What strategies do eLearning gurus practice? By the end of this course, you'll have all the answers.

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Health Awareness & Environmental Education Development

Health Awareness & Environmental Education Development

GST 202