CPT 211: Object-oriented programming I is a 3 credit unit course for students studying towards acquiring a Bachelor of Technology in Information Technology and other related disciplines. The course is divided into 7 modules and 17 study units. It will first take a brief review of the concepts of Object-oriented programming. This course will then go ahead to deal with the Object-oriented programming II.

Architecture. The course goes further to deal with the concept of Objects and Classes, Polymorphism, Inheritance, Abstract Classes. The course concludes by discussing some concepts like Algorithms, Object-Oriented design.


CPT 214 Computer Architecture is a 3- credit unit course for students studying towards acquiring a Bachelor of Science in any field. The course is divided into 5 modules and 16 study units. It will first introduce to digital logics. Then, memory system. Thereafter, interfacing and communication is discussed. This is followed by an extensive discussion on the introduction of networks, raid architectures, Data Path and control. And finally, instruction pipelining, riscs and multiprocessors.

The course guide therefore gives you an overview of what CPT 214 is all about, the textbooks and other materials to be referenced, what you expect to know in each unit, and how to work through the course material.


MAT212 Linear Algebra I is a one-semester 3-credit unit 200 level course designed to teach the university mathematics student the basics of the subject of linear algebra. The prerequisites for this course are MAT 111, MAT 112 and MAT 113.

The course consists of 3 modules and 14 study units of basic knowledge of Linear Algebra. The units are Vector space over the real field, Subspace, Linear combination and spanning sets, Linear dependence and independence, Bases and dimension, Introduction to matrices, Matrix representation, Types of matrices, Operations on matrices, Determinants, Introduction to linear transformation, Matrix transformations, Kernels and images of a linear transformation, Nullity and rank.


STA217: Probability II is a 3-credit unit course for students studying towards acquiring a Bachelor of Technology in Mathematics and Statistics and other related disciplines. The course is divided into 4 modules and 13 study units. It will first take a brief review of the concepts of Probality. This course will then go ahead to deal with different types of probability distributions.

The course guide therefore gives you an overview of what the course; STA217 is all about, the textbooks and other materials to be referenced, what you expect to know in each unit, and how to work through the course material.