AACE Entry Qualifications

AACE Entry Qualifications

AACE ENTRY QUALIFICATIONS

WHAT IT TAKES TO BECOME A STUDENT AT AACE
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AACE REQUIRMENTS

The candidate must possess any of these for entry qualifications:

1. Five (5) or six credits in SSCE for the Ordinary Diploma.
2. National Diploma from a recognized Institution for Higher Diploma.
3. Higher National Diploma from a recognized Institution for PGD.
4. Advanced Diploma of accredited Universities for PGD.

Professional Programs at AACE:
The college which was established to offer a professional and academic program in our society and the world at large runs the following professional academic fields of specialization in semesters:
1. Higher Diploma, i.e., B.Sc., conversion program 8 semesters
2. Professional Postgraduate programs, 2 semesters
3. Professional Masters program, 4 semesters
4.Ph.D. programs, 6 semesters.

More detailed entry qualifications are below.

HIGHER DIPLOMA (B.Sc., CONVERSION PROGRAMS):

4 yrs. Higher Diploma (B.Sc., conversion) programs in: 1. Economics 2. Economics & Statistics 3. Business Administration 4. Business Economics 5. Financial Economics 6. Econometrics.
These programs run for 8 semesters.

PROFESSIONAL PGD PROGRAMMES:

9 Months Postgraduate Diploma Programmes: AACE Postgraduate Diploma programs run for 9 months. A two-semester program in the following area of specialization: 1. Economics 2. Economics & Statistics 3. Business Administration 4. Business Economics 5. Financial Economics 6. Econometrics.

REQUISITE

Successful candidates are expected to graduate with two recognized certificates, the Higher Diploma from AACE and First Degree (B.Sc) from our affiliates Universities. Graduating students will be duly mobilized for the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) by the affiliates Universities, while an exemption certificate will be issued for those above ages of service.

FACULTY OF SOCIAL SCIENCES HIGHER DIPLOMA CONVERSION TO B.Sc IN ECONOMICS

First semester 100 level 1. English Language 2. Commercial Mathematics 3. Principles of Economics 4. Principles of Commerce 5. Business Communication 6. Principles of Nigerian Laws 7. Business Methods 8. Statistical Methods 9. Introduction to Management Information System 10. Practical Approach to Mathematical Economics (i) Second semester 100 level 1. Advanced Economics 2. Business Management 3. Principles of Insurance4. Advanced Commerce 4. Economics Statistics 5. Office Methods 6. Literature in English 7. Applied Economics 8. Practical approach to mathematical economics (ii) 9. Introduction to Philosophy First semester 200 level 1. Introduction to Microeconomics 2. Introduction Macroeconomics 3. Introduction to Business Economics 4. Introduction to Welfare Economics 5. Introduction to Digital Economics 6. Introduction to Managerial Economics 7. History of Economics Thoughts (i) 8. Advanced Economics 9. Management Information System (i) 10. Introduction to Econometrics Second semester 200 level 1. Principles of Financial Accounting 2. Principles of Economics of Education 3. Principles of Financial Economics (i) 4. Principles of Cost Accounting 5. Principles of Management Accounting 6. Business Law 7. Managerial Economics (i) 8. Demographic Economics 9. Entrepreneurship and Trade First semester 300 level 1. Company Law 2. Executorships and Testator 3. Digital Economics 4. Macroeconomics (i) 5. Microeconomics (i) 6. Research Methodology 7. Monetary Economics (i) 8. International Economics 9. Management Information System (ii) 10. Research Proposal Development Second semester 300 level 1. Economic Planning (i) 2. Econometrics (ii) 3. Financial Management 4. Financial Accounting 5. Principles of Nigeria's Economy 6. Advanced Statistics 7. History of Economics Thoughts (ii) 8. Seminar Paper (i) 9. Philosophy of Economics 10. Monetary Economics (ii) First semester 400 level 1. Advanced Business Economics 2. Financial Economics (ii) 3. Introduction to Mathematical Economics 4. Policy Development and Negotiation in International Trade 5. Petroleum and energy economics 6. Seminar Paper (ii) 7. Banking and Finance 8. Environmental Economics 9. Research Methodology 10. Economic Planning (ii) Second semester 400 level 1. Statistical Research Method 2.Seminar Paper (iii) 3. Insurance 4. Public Finance 5. Budgetary and Allocations 6. Project Writing 7. Petroleum Economics 8. International Marketing 9. Financial Mathematics

HIGHER DIPLOMA CONVERSION TO B.Sc IN ECONOMICS & STATISTICS PROGRAMMES

First semester 100 level 1. English Language 2. Commercial Mathematics 3. Principles of Economics 4. Principles of Commerce 5. Business Communication 6. Principles of Nigerian Laws 7. Business Methods 8. Statistical Methods 9. Introduction to Management Information System 10. Practical Approach to Mathematical Economics (i) Second semester 100 level 1. Advanced Economics (i) 2. Business Management 3. Principles of Insurance 4. Advanced Commerce 5. Economics Statistics 6. Business Mathematics 7. Literature in English 8. Applied Economics 9. Practical Approach to Mathematical Economics (ii) 10. Introduction to Philosophy First semester 200 level 1. Introduction to Microeconomics 2. Introduction Macroeconomics 3. Introduction to Business Economics 4. Introduction to Financial Statistics 5. Introduction to Digital Economics 6. Introduction to Managerial Economics 7. History of Economics Thought (i) 8. Advanced economics (ii) 9. Management Information System (i) 10. Introduction to Econometrics Second semester 200 level 1. Principles of Financial Accounting 2. Principles of Economics of Education 3. Principles of Financial Economics 4. Principles of Cost Accounting 5. Principles of Management Accounting 6. Business Law 7. Managerial Economics 8. Demographic Economics and Statistics 9. Entrepreneurship and Trade First semester 300 level 1. Company Law 2. Digital economics 3. Macroeconomics 4. Microeconomics 5. Research Methodology 6. Advanced Statistical Methods 7. Monetary Economics 8. International Economics 9. Management Information System (ii) 10. Research Proposal Development Second semester 300 level 1. Economic Planning (i) 2. Econometrics & Research 3. Financial Management 4. Financial Accounting 5. Principles of Nigeria's Economy 6. Advanced Statistics (ii) 7. History of Economics Thoughts (ii) 8. Seminar Paper (i) 9. Philosophy of Economics First semester 400 level 1. Advanced Business Economics 2. Financial Economics (i) 3. Introduction to Mathematical Economics 4. Policy Development and Negotiation in International Trade 5. Petroleum and Energy Economics 6. Seminar Paper (ii) 7. Banking and Finance 8. Environmental Economics Second semester 400 level 1. Statistical Research Method 2.Seminar Paper (iii) 3. Insurance 4. Public Finance 5. Budgetary and Allocations 6. Project Writing 7. Economic Planning (ii) 8. Financial Economics (ii)

DIPLOMA CONVERSION TO B.Sc IN ECONOMETRICS PROGRAMMES

First semester 100 level 1. English Language 2. Commercial Mathematics 3. Principles of 4. Principles of Commerce 5. Business Communication 6. Principles of Nigerian Laws 7. Business Methods 8. Statistical Methods Economics 9. Introduction to Management Information System 10. Practical Approach to Mathematical Economics (i) Second semester 100 level 1. Advanced Economics (i) 2. Business Management 3. Principles of Insurance 4. Principles of Econometrics 5. Business Mathematics 6. Literature in English 7. Applied Economics 8. Introduction to Mathematical Economics 9. Practical Approach to Mathematical Economics (ii) 10. Introduction to Philosophy First semester 200 level 1. Introduction to Microeconomics 2. Introduction to Macroeconomics 3.Introduction to Business Economics 4.Introduction to Financial Statistics 5. Introduction to Digital Economics 6. Introduction to Managerial Economics 7. History of Economics Thoughts (i) 8. Advanced Economics (ii) 9. Management Information System (i) 10. Introduction to Advanced Econometrics Second semester 200 level 1. Principles of Financial Accounting 2. Principles of Economics of Education 3. Principles of Financial Economics 4. Principles of Cost Accounting 5. Principles of Management Accounting 6. Business Law 7. Managerial Economics (ii) 8. Demographic Economics and Statistics 9. Entrepreneurship and Trade First semester 300 level 1. Company Law 2. Digital Economics 3. Macroeconomics 4. Microeconomics 5. Advanced Statistical Methods 6. Monetary Economics 7. International Economics 8. Management Information System (ii) 9. Research Methodology Second semester 300 level 1. Economic Planning (i) 2. Advanced Econometrics 3. Financial Management 4. Principles of Nigeria's Economy 5. Advanced Statistics (ii) 6. History of Economics thoughts part (ii) 7. Seminar Paper (i) 8. Philosophy of Economics First semester 400 level 1. Advanced Business Economics 2. Financial Economics 3. Introduction to Mathematical Economics 4. Advanced Business Mathematics 5. Petroleum and Energy Economics 6. Seminar Paper (ii) 7. Banking and Finance 8. Environmental Economics Second semester 400 level 1. Statistical Research Method 2.Seminar Paper (iii) 3. Public finance 4. Budgetary and Allocations 5. Econometrics & Statistics 6. Mathematical Economics (II) 7. Project writing 8. Financial Mathematics 9. Quantitative Methods

More Conversion Programmes

HIGHER DIPLOMA CONVERSION TO B.Sc IN FINANCIAL ECONOMICS

First semester 100 level
1. English Language
2. Commercial Mathematics 3. Principles of Economics
4. Principles of Commerce
5. Business Communication
6. Principles of Nigerian Laws
7. Business Methods
8. Statistical Methods
9. Introduction to Management Information System
10. Practical Approach to Mathematical Economics (i)
Second semester 100 level
1. Principles of Financial Economics
2. Business Management
3. Principles of Insurance
4. Advanced Commerce
5. Economics Statistics
6. Office Methods
7. Literature in English
8. Applied Economics
9. Practical Approach to Mathematical Economics (ii)
10. Introduction to Philosophy
First semester 200 level
1. Introduction to Microeconomics
2. Introduction to Macroeconomics
3. Introduction to Business Economics
4. Introduction to Welfare Economics
5. Introduction to Digital Economics 6. Introduction to Managerial Economics
7. History of Economics Thoughts (i)
8. Advanced Economics
9. Management Information System (i)
10. Introduction to Econometrics
Second semester 200 level
1.Principles of Financial Accounting
2.Principles of Economics of Education
3.Principles of Financial Economics
4.Principles of Cost Accounting
5.Principles of Management Accounting
6.Business Law
7.Managerial Economics (ii)
8.Demographic Economics
9.Entrepreneurship and Trade
First semester 300 level
1. Company Law
2. Executorships and Testator 3. Digital Economics
4. Macroeconomics (ii)
5. Microeconomics (ii)
6. Research Methodology
7. Monetary Economics
8. International Economics
9. Management Information System (ii)
10. Research Proposal Development
Second semester 300 level
1. Economic planning (i)
2. Econometrics (ii)
3. Financial Management
4. Financial Accounting
5. Principles of Nigeria's Economy
6. Advanced Statistics
7. History of Economics Thoughts (ii)
8. Seminar Paper (i)
9. Philosophy of Economics
10. Financial Management
First semester 400 level
1. Advanced Business Economics
2. Financial Economics
3. Introduction to Mathematical Economics
4. Policy Development and Negotiation in International Trade
5. Petroleum and Energy Economics
6. Seminar Paper (ii)
7. Banking and Finance
8. Environmental Economics
9. Nigerian Economy
10. Business Strategy and Ethics
11. Research Methodology
Second semester 400 level
1. Statistical Research Method
2.Seminar Paper (iii)
3. Insurance
4. Public Finance
5. Budgetary and Allocations 6. Project writing
7. Quantitative Techniques for management
8. Organisational Behaviour
9. Project writing

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HIGHER DIPLOMA CONVERSION TO B.Sc IN BUSINESS ECONOMICS

First semester 100 level
1. Economics of Firm Strategy
2. Managerial Economics
3. Economics of Money and Banking
4. Basic Financial Accounting
5. Statistics for Business Analysis
6. Entrepreneurial Development
7. Marketing
8. Fiscal Economics
9. Macroeconomics
10. English Language
11. Commercial Mathematics
12. Principles of Economics
13. Business Communication
Second semester 100 level 1. Principles of Commerce
2. Principles of Nigerian Laws
3. Business Methods
4. Statistical Method
5. Introduction to Management Information System
6. Practical Approach to Mathematical Economics (i)
7. International Economics
8. Human Resource Development
9. Business Economics (i) 10. Advanced Public Finance
11. Principles of Economics
First semester 200 level
1. Nigerian Economy and Economic Reforms
2. Financial Markets
3. Advanced Financial Accounting
4. Principles of Management
5. Business Economics (ii)
6. Business Mathematics
7. Human Resources Management
8. English and Business Communication
9. Business Statistics
10. Economics of International Relations
11. Components of Econometrics
Second semester 200 level
1. Corporate Accounting
2. International Business Environment
3. Marketing Management
4. Nigerian Financial System
5. Financial Management
6. Nigerian Constitution
7. Law and Practice of Banking
8. World Economics Trade
9. Industrial Economics
10. Labour Economics
11. Principles of Nigeria Law
First semester 300 level
1. Computer Fundamentals
2. Services Management
3. Cost Accounting
4. Methods and Techniques of Cost Accounting
5. Entrepreneurship Development Programme
6. Income Taxes
7. Computer Business Applications
8. Management Accounting
9. Business Laws
10. Research Methodology
11. Advanced Statistics
Second semester 300 level
1. Advance Financial Accounting
2. Economics of Education
3. Financial Economics (i)
4. Company Law
5. Managerial Economics
6. Demographic Economics
7. Entrepreneurship and Trade
8. Welfare Economics
9. Industrial Economics
First semester 400 level
1. Executorships and Accounting
2. History of Economics Thought (i)
3. Economics of financial & Rural Enterprise
4. Research Methodology
5. Microeconomics
6. Marketing Management
7. Economic Geography
8. Statistics for Business Economics
9. Mathematics for Business Economics
10. Legal aspects of Business
11. Basic Econometrics
Second semester 400 level
1. Advanced Business Economics
2. Advanced Statistics 3. Economics of Nigeria
4. Project/Thesis
5. Business Management
6. Financial Economics
7. Monetary Economics
8. Cost and Management Accounting
9. Economic Planning
10. Business Finance and Accounting

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HND CONVERSION PROGRAM TO ‘B.Sc’ ACCOUNTANCY

First Semester – Conversion Class.
1. Advanced Financial Account (I)
2. Management Accounting (I)
3. Cost Accounting (I)
4. Auditing and Investigation
5. Business Management
6. Company’s Law
7. Quantitative Techniques
Second Semester – Conversion Class.
1. Nigeria Taxation
2. Financial Management
3. Financial Mathematics
4. Cost Accounting II
5. Management Accounting II
6. Executorships & Testatorship Accounting
7. Managerial Economics
8. Project Work

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