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					                           LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE NIGERIA
                                  (Jos    Creative   Academy)
Sept 2007

                             COURSE SYLLABUS

The courses offered by the Jos Creative Academy are designed to enhance skills acquisition and
job creation for all graduates to be self-employed or become gainfully employable in the labour
market.

CERTIFICATE COURSE IN DANCE AND MUSIC
12 months duration of which 3 months are for Project/Research

1st Semester
C101 Introduction to the theory of music and dance.
C102 Introduction to Research
C103 Introduction to Studio Performance – Band, Orchestra
C104 Practical Music Workshop
       Music videos, use of microphones, body language costuming, make-up, lighting,
       audience performer Relationship, use of voice.

2nd Semester
C105 Introduction to Management
C106 Financial Management
C107 Event Management
C108 Market Distribution
C108 Voice Overs
C108 Public Speech and Masters of Ceremony.

DIPLOMA IN MEDIA STUDIES
1ST YEAR
First Semester Course
DMS 101: Mass Communication Theory
DMS 102: Acting Theory & Direction
DMS 104: Screen Writing
DMS 106: Basic aesthetics
DMS 108: Introduction to digital communication
DMS 119: Video and cinema camera operations.
DMS 110: Editing (non-lineal)

2nd Semester Courses
DMS 111: News writing and reporting
DMS 112: Film Script writing
DMS 113: Location Management
            Set construction and design.
DMS 114: Event Management
DMS 114: Television, Radio, and Video
DMS 115: Culture Media and development
DMS 116: Film analysis
DMS 117: Three Dimensional Animations

First And Second Semester Core Courses
DMS 117: Writing: Film and Home video Script, Radio Script documentation, Drama Script
DMS 118: Leaders theory & practice
DMS 119: Media and poverty in Africa
DMS 120: Ethics & value

SECOND YEAR
1st Semester Course
DMS 201: Radio Production
DMS 202: Advertisement techniques
DMS 203: Film Production
DMS 204: Television Production
DMS 205: Digital Photography Make-up, costuming, lighting & sound – continuity.

2nd Semester Course
DMS 206: Film aesthetics
DMS 207: Non-lineal editing
DMS 208: Media and development
DMS 209: Research/Project
DMS 210: Web Design: Online – editing
              Phone – repairs
              Photography
              Three Dimensional animations
              Continuity

1ST and 2nd Semester Courses
DMS 211: Film Production
DMS 212: Radio Production
DMS 213: Television Production
DMS. 214: Audio Production

DIPLOMA IN PERFORMING ARTS

YEAR 1
First Semester Course
Course Code
DPA 101: Introduction to performance theory
DPA 102: Introduction to theatre and drama
DPA 103: Introduction to play writing
DPA 104: Introduction to acting and speech
DPA 105: Acting workshop (stage)
DPA 106: Acting workshop (media)
DPA 107: Music workshop

Second Semester Courses
DPA 108: Acting works hop dance & music directing, workshop in costuming stage
         management workshop – lighting.

1st and 2nd Semester Courses
DPA 114: speech writing and making
DPA 115: Sociology of poverty
DPA 116: Leadership theory and practice

DPA 117: Music workshop
DPA 118: Dance workshop
DPA 119: Comparative Religions
DPA 120: Theatre Management
DPA 121: Technical theatre (costume, lighting, design).

SECOND YEAR

1st Semester
DPA 201: Masters of ceremonies
DPA 202: Stand-up comedies
DPA 203: Podium performance
DPA 204: Nightclub management
DPA 205: Packing tourism
DPA 206: Souvenir production, heritage sight and monuments.
DPA 207: Four guides textile and fashion design – Modeling and Beauty pageantry. Make – ups,
           ticketing and Revenue management

2nd Semester
DPA 208: Critical thinking
DPA 209: Development Theory
DPA 210: History of the film
DPA 211: Music for development
DPA 212: Film criticisms
DPA 213: Advance scriptwriting
DPA 214: Research /Project


First and Second Semester Core Courses
DPA 216: Acting Directing, Costuming, Sound/studio management, standup comedies, Masters
           of ceremonies & disc joining marketing – modeling and beauty pageantry
          Auditioning and Talent – hunting. Workshop – dance, music or drama
DPA 217: Speech writing/making
DPA 218: Study of corruption and poverty
DPA 219: Globalization, performance, competition and co-operation

DIPLOMA IN MANAGEMENT

1ST YEAR:

First Semester Courses

Course Code:
DIM 101: Management Theory and Practice
DIM 102: Managerial Economics
DIM 103: Business Statistics and Research Methods
DIM 104: Accounting and Finance
DIM 105: Entrepreneurship


Second Semester Courses
DIM 106: Quantitative Techniques
DIM 107: Business Law.
DIM 108: Human Resource management
DIM 109: Production Management
DIM 110: Financial Management
DIM 111: Marketing Management


2ND YEAR

First Semester
DIM201: Organizational Theory and Behaviour
DIM202: Computer Application in Business
DIM203: Business Policy and Strategic Management
DIM204: Managerial Accounting and Finance
DIM205: Research and Project

Second Semester
Completion of Project/Thesis

DIM206: One Elective subject to be chosen from the following Options:

       A. Accounting, Banking & Finance Option:
             i.    Financial Accounting
             ii.   Money and Capital Market
             iii.  Corporate Financial Policy
      iv.     Public Finance
      v.      Investment and Portfolio Management
      vi.     Auditing
      vii.    Taxation
      viii.   Banking
      ix.     Insurance

B. Production and Operations Option:
      x.      Material Management
      xi.     Production Planning and Control
      xii.    Operations Management
      xiii. Project Management
      xiv. Production and Productivity Analysis
      xv.     Estate Management
C. Human Resources Option:
      xvi. Advanced Personnel Administration
      xvii. Labour Economics
      xviii. Labour Law
      xix. Trade Union Management and Structure
      xx.     Industrial and Labour Relations
D. Marketing Options:
      xxi. Advanced Marketing Management
      xxii. Sales Management
      xxiii. Marketing Research
      xxiv. Advertisement and Consumer Behaviour
E. Entrepreneurship & SME Options:
      xxv. Entrepreneurship
      xxvi. Small Business Management
      xxvii. Small and Medium Enterprises
      xxviii. Industrial Development
F. General Administration:
      xxix. Management of Educational Institutions
      xxx. Public Affairs Management
      xxxi. Co-operative Studies
      xxxii. Transport Management
      xxxiii. International Business Management
      xxxiv. Banking and Insurance
      xxxv. The Nigerian Economy
                                                        31st May 2007
The Executive Secretary,
National Board for Technical Education,
Office of the Executive Secretary,
Federal Ministry of Education,
Abuja.

Dear Sir,

RE: PROVISIONAL APPROVAL TO OPERATE AS INNOVATION
ENTERPRISE INSTITUTION

Your letter Ref. No. C/TEB. 467/Vol.1/296 granting Leadership Institute
provisional approval to operate as an Innovation Enterprise Institution refers. On
behalf of the Board of Trustees and the entire Management of Leadership Institute,
I wish to express our profound gratitude for granting us the opportunity to serve
the nation in the above capacity.


We have attached herewith the detailed proposed curriculum of our programmes
for your necessary action.
Thanks very much for your cooperation and approval.


Yours truly,
For Leadership Institute
Prof. Iyorwuese Hagher, OON
       President
         08032783678
         08065301707

				
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