Olateju, O. T: Courses Taught

a. Courses Taught Within the University System Worldwide:

1.     University of Agriculture, Abeokuta
Undergraduate Courses Taught
*   CVE 507: Water Resources and Environmental Engineering I
*   CVE 508: Water Resources and Environmental Engineering II
*   CVE 403: Civil Engineering Practice

Post Graduate Courses Taught
*   CVE 749: Water Supply Systems ,
*   CVE 751: River and Coastal Engineering
*   CVE 742: Water Resources Management

2.     Ladoke Akintola University of Technology (April 2005-Sept. 2010)
Undergraduate Courses Taught
Civil Engineering Surveying and Photogrammetry I & II to Civil Eng. and Earth Science Students [300 – 400 students per semester]

Post Graduate CoursesTaught
Transportation Engineering I & II;
Advanced Properties of Construction Materials;
Highway Materials;
Materials of Construction and Maintenance

3.      Obafemi Awolowo University (1975-78 & 1985-1999)

Undergraduate Courses
Advanced Construction Technology I & II;
Highway Engineering;
Technology and Masonry design;
Technologically Advanced Building Processes;
Design of Reinforced Concrete Structures;
Project Dissertation; Professional Practice;
Materials of Construction;
Theory and Design of Structures;
Basic Soil Mechanics;
Elementary Surveying;
Advanced Surveying;
Route Surveying;
Principles of Civil Engineering Design; 
Intro. to Civil Engineering; and Intro. to Building Technology.

Post Graduate Courses
Advanced Strength of Materials;
Design of Structures;
Advanced Design of Concrete Structures;
Advanced Structural Analysis;
Building Materials and Structures;
Theory of Structures;
Advanced Design of Timber Structures;
Concrete Practice;
Lightweight Concrete..

4.     University of Lagos (Sabbatical, 1993-94)

Post Graduate Courses
Advanced Management in Construction;
Advanced Construction Technology.

5.     University of Ibadan (Sabbatical, 1993-94)
Construction Management; Terro-technology.

6.     Howard University, Washington, D.C. (1973-75)
Materials of Engineering Construction; Engineering Systems Analysis;
Computer Programming;
Quantitative Business Analysis (basically a University Mathematics Course taught to those who never had math. or had given it up as a subject they could ever understand, but had to take mathematics at Post Graduate Level).

b.     Student Projects Supervision:

1.     Undergraduate Projects

Between 1985 and 1996, I supervised on the average seven undergraduate projects per session with the number running between five in 1984-85 session and a high of 13 students in 1989-90 session.

At LAUTECH, I have already supervised 60 undergraduate and 18 postgraduate students.

2.    Post Graduate Projects
Between 1985 and 2002, I supervised 12 Masters and two Ph.D. theses who have graduated. In 1996/97 session, I had 2 Ph.D. and 2 M.Sc. students in Structures and one Ph.D. in Construction Management. I also supervised one Ph.D.  and 4 M.Sc. students at Federal University of Technology, Akure.

At LAUTECH, I have supervised 29 PGD students of Civil Engineering.

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