Welcome Message from The Head of Department- Estate Management And Valuation
I heartily welcome you to the portal of the Department of Estate Management and Valuation at the University of Calabar. The Department of Estate Management and Valuation at the University of Calabar was established on the 4th of October 2018 after securing approval from the University of Calabar Senate. The Department commenced administrative activity with the appointment of Dr. (Mrs.) Joy Eko Atu as the pioneer Head of the Department. Academic activities started in the 2019/2020 academic session with the admission of its pioneer students. The department’s vision is to train and graduate an efficient, and passionate, workforce who are competent in the valuation of resources for efficient management.
To this end, the Bachelor of Science degree in Estate Management and Valuation of the University is geared to produce researchers and graduates in Estate Management and Valuation profession who are well equipped with the requisite skills for active participation in property valuation, and management for socio-economic development and environmental sustainability, hence, our motto ‘Valuation for Efficient Resources Management’.
Our vision is to be at the forefront of research, training, and graduating efficient workforce who are passionate, and competent in optimizing the sustainable use and maintenance of land and land resources as estate surveyors, valuers, and managers.
To this end, the department has engaged highly trained and qualified academic and administrative staff who are vision-driven to achieve the mission of producing graduates in Estate Management and Valuation who are well equipped with requisite skills for active participation in property valuation, and management for socio-economic development and environmental sustainability.
Thank you for visiting our page. I am looking forward to receiving your feedback, questions, and comments.
Dr Joy Eko Atu JP
Head of Department
|Course Codes||Course Titles||Credit Hours|
|BIO 101||Introductory Biology I|
|ZEB 231||Introduction to Animal physiology|
|ZEB 231||Introduction to Animal physiology|
|CHM 101||Introductory Chemistry/Practical Chemistry|
|PHY 101||Introductory Physics/Practical Physics|
|MTH 111||General Mathematics I|
|GSS 101||Use of English I|
|GSS 131||History and Philosophy of Science|
|BIO 102||Introductory Biology II|
|CHM 122||GERNERAL CHEMISTRY II|
|MTH 152||CALCULUS & CO-ORDINATE GEOMETRY|
|PHY 102||GENERAL PHYSICS II|
|PHY 180||LABORATORY PHYSICS|
|ANA 211||GROSS ANATOMY OF UPPER AND LOWER LIMBS|
|ANA 221||CELL BIOLOGY & GENERAL HISTORY OF DIGESTIVE SYSTEM|
|ANA 231||GENERAL EMBRYOLOGY, EMBRYOLOGY OF BODY CAVITIES|
|PHS 211||INTRODUCTORY PHYSIOLOGIES|
|PHS 221||BLOOD PHYSIOLOGY|
|PHS 231||CARDIOVASCULAR PHYSIOLOGIES|
|BCM 211||INTRODUCTIONS TO PHYSICAL & ANALYTICAL BIOCHEMISTRY|
|RAD 211||RADIATION PHYSICS I|
|RAD 212||RADIATION PHYSICS II|
|RAD 221||HOSPITAL & DEPARTMENT PROCEDURES/PATIENT CARE I|
|RAD 222||HOSPITAL & DEPARTMENT PROCEDURES/PATIENT CARE II|
|ANA 212||GROSS ANATOMY OF THORAX, ABDOMEN, PELVIS & PERINEUM|
|ANA 222||HISTORY OF CARDOVASCULAR SYSTEM, IMMUNE SYSTEM, UROGENITIAL SYSTEM, SKIN AND ITS APPENDAGES|
|ANA 232||EMBROYOLOGY OF CARDIOVASCULAR, RESPIRATORY & DIGESTIVE SYSTEMS|
|PHS 262||RENAL PHYSIOLOGY|
|PHY 272||PHYSIOLOGY OF THE RESPIRATORY SYSTEM|
|RAD 331||PATHOLOGY FOR RADIOGRAPHY I|
|RAD 332||PATHOLOGY FOR RADIOGRAPHY II|
|ANA 311||GROSS ANATOMY HEAD NECK|
|ANA 321||HISTORY OF THE RESPIRATORY AND NERVOUS SYSTEM; SPECIAL SENSES AND ENDOCRINE GLANDS|
|ANA 331||EMBRYOLOGY OF THE UROGENITTAL SYSTEM, HEAD AND NECK; NERVOUS SYSTEM, ORGANS OF SPECIAL SENSES & ENDOCRINE SYSTEM.|
|ANA 252||NEUROANATOMY I|
|PHS 311||GIT PHYSIOLOGY|
|PHS 321||ENDOCRINOLOGY AND REPRODUCTION|
|RAD 341||RADIOGRAPHIC TECHNIQUE I|
|RAD 342||RADIOGRAPHIC TECHNIQUE II|
|RAD 441||RADIOGRAPHIC TECHNIQUE III|
|RAD 372||RADIOLOGICAL HEALTH MANAGEMENT & QUALITY ASSURANCE|
|RAD 392||Radiographic Photograpy I|
Mission / Vision / Philosophy / Objective
To produce researchers and graduates in Estate Management and Valuation profession who are well equipped with requisite skills for active participation in property valuation, and management for socio economic development and environmental sustainability.
To be at the forefront of research, training and graduating efficient workforce who are passionate, and competent in optimizing the sustainable use and maintenance of land and land resources as estate surveyors, valuers and managers.
The department is established to produce competent estate surveyors and valuers with sufficient knowledge and skills to optimize the use of land resources to facilitate economic development and environmental sustainability. It is hinged on efficient use of real estate and effective operation on the real estate market. Efficient utilization of land provides an ethical base which is founded on generic and intellectual concept of highest and best use. The main purpose of estate management and valuation is the assimilation and development of knowledge with requisite skills and competence for the service of the public. Hence, estate management and valuation refer to a study of the body of knowledge concerned with the valuation of interests in land, development and management of land and environmental resources. The aim is to demonstrate a culture of sustained scholarship and excellence through the process of teaching, learning and research. The department is committed to this philosophy by ensuring that it is recognized by professional bodies and among the leading academic real estate establishment anywhere in the world.
The aim of the program is to produce graduates equipped with sufficient knowledge and requisite skills for professional practice and academic challenges in national development. The objectives are:
i. Provide training for acquisition of knowledge in real estate specializations.
ii. Stimulate and develop analytical skills for solution of various problems in land use, valuation, development, management of land and environmental resources.
iii. Pursue creative thinking and discovery of knowledge through research and interdisciplinary collaboration.
iv. Develop in the students, survival skills in an ever changing economic, technological and political world.
v. Provide leadership and service on graduation, to address social, economic, intellectual, political and environmental challenges.
The Department of Estate Management and Valuation in the University of Calabar was established on the 4th of October 2018 with the approval of the University’s Senate. The brand-new department of Estate Management and Valuation (EMV) emerged alongside the Faculty of Environmental Sciences, the departments of Surveying and Geoinformatics, Urban and Regional Planning, Architecture and the upgrading of a program:- Environmental Resources Management to a full-fledged department. These new departments evolved with the expansion of the Department of Geography and Environmental Science into a full-blown Faculty of Environmental Sciences. Hence, the Department of Estate Management & Valuation is domiciled in the Faculty of Environmental Sciences.
The Department commenced administrative activity immediately with the appointment of Dr. (Mrs.) Joy Eko Atu as the pioneer Head of the Department. However, academic activity kickstarted in the department with the 2019/2020 academic session when the department admitted its pioneer students after the resource verification by National University Commission.