Adeleke, M. A: Courses Taught

Undergraduate courses taught

2005/2006 Session

ABG 500 – Applied Animal Breeding & Genetics
(3 -units, 178 students, 10 contact hours, 3 lecturers, 33% contribution)

AGS 597 – Seminar 1
(1 -unit, 178 students, 45 contact hours, 30 lecturers, 3.33% contribution)

AGS 598 – Seminar 2
(1 -unit, 178 students, 45 contact hours, 30 lecturers, 3.33% contribution)

2006/2007 Session

ABG 505 – Heredity and Environment
(3 -units, 23 students, 15 contact hours, 2 lecturers, 50% contribution)

ABG 500 – Applied Animal Breeding & Genetics
(3 -units, 160 students, 10 contact hours, 3 lecturers, 33 % contribution)

AGS 597 – Seminar 1
(1 -unit, 30 students, 12 contact hours, 11 lecturers, 9% contribution)

AGS 598 – Seminar 2
(1 -unit, 30 students, 12 contact hours, 11 lecturers, 7% contribution)

2007/2008

ABG 505 – Heredity and Environment
(3 – units, 50 students, 15 contact hours, 2 lecturers, 50% contribution)

ABG 500 – Applied Animal Breeding & Genetics
(3 – units, 190 students, 10 contact hours, 2 lecturers, 50 % contribution)

ABG 300- Fundamentals of Animal Breeding and Genetics
(2 – units, 800 students, 7 contact hours, 4 lecturers, 25% contribution) AGS 597 – Seminar 1
(1 – unit, 70 students, 18 contact hours, 15 lecturers, 7% contribution)

AGS 598 – Seminar 2
(1 – unit, 70 students, 18 contact hours, 15 lecturers, 7% contribution)

2008/2009

ABG 505 – Heredity and Environment
(3 – units, 70 students, 15 contact hours, 2 lecturers, 50% contribution)

ABG 500 – Applied Animal Breeding & Genetics
(3 – units, 195 students, 10 contact hours, 2 lecturers, 50 % contribution)

ABG 300- Fundamentals of Animal Breeding and Genetics
(2 -units, 800 students, 7 contact hours, 3 lecturers, 33% contribution)

AGS 597 – Seminar 1
(1 – unit, 72 students, 18 contact hours, 7 lecturers, 14% contribution)

AGS 598 – Seminar 2
(1 – unit, 72 students, 18 contact hours, 7 lecturers, 14% contribution)

 

2009/2010

ABG 505 – Heredity and Environment
(3 – units, 65 students, 15 contact hours, 2 lecturers, 50% contribution)

ABG 300- Fundamentals of Animal Breeding and Genetics
(2 -units, 850 students, 5 contact hours, 4 lecturers, 25% contribution)

AGS 597 – Seminar 1
(1 – unit, 60 students, 18 contact hours, 7 lecturers, 14% contribution)

AGS 598 – Seminar 2
(1 – unit, 60 students, 18 contact hours, 7 lecturers, 14% contribution)

 

2010/2011

ABG 505 – Heredity and Environment
(3 – units, 65 students, 15 contact hours, 2 lecturers, 50% contribution)

ABG 301- Principle of Genetics
(2 -units, 906 students, 5 contact hours, 4 lecturers, 25% contribution)

AGS 597 – Seminar 1
(1 – unit, 54 students, 18 contact hours, 7 lecturers, 14% contribution)

AGS 598 – Seminar 2
(1 – unit, 54 students, 18 contact hours, 7 lecturers, 14% contribution)

 

2011/2012

ABG 505 – Heredity and Environment
(3 – units, 65 students, 15 contact hours, 2 lecturers, 50% contribution)

ABG 301- Principle of Genetics
(2 -units, 906 students, 5 contact hours, 4 lecturers, 25% contribution)

AGS 597 – Seminar 1
(1 – unit, 70 students, 18 contact hours, 7 lecturers, 14% contribution)

AGS 598 – Seminar 2
(1 – unit, 54 students, 18 contact hours, 7 lecturers, 14% contribution)

Post graduate course taught
2008/2009
PDA 717- Basic Statistics in Animal Production
(2- units, 4 students, 30 contact hours, 1 lecturer, 100% )

 

2009/2010

PDA 717- Basic Statistics in Animal Production
(2- units, 2 students, 30 contact hours, 1 lecturer, 100% )

2010/2011

PDA 717- Basic Statistics in Animal Production
(2- units, 8 students, 30 contact hours, 1 lecturer, 100% )

 

2010/2011

PDA 717- Basic Statistics in Animal Production

 

2011/2012
PDA 717- Basic Statistics in Animal Production

(b) Student supervision (Undergraduate)
(i) 2006/2007 session: I supervised four students’ projects successfully.
(ii) 2007/2008 session: I supervised three students’ projects successfully.
(iii) 2008/2009 session: I supervised six students’ projects successfully.
(iv) 2009/2010 session: I supervised four students’ projects successfully.
(v) 2010/2011 session: I supervised six students’ projects successfully.
(vi) 2011/2012 session: I am currently supervising eight students’ projects.

Last Updated on April 12, 2019 by admin

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