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B.Sc. Mass Communication


Overview of the Department

Mass Communication started as a programme in the Department of Languages and Mass Communication at the inception of the Academy in January 2009. An autonomous Department of Mass Communication was created in November 2009 and it has since then made steady progress. The Department also has more than 30% of her academic staff with Ph.D and the remaining staff members have all reached advanced stages in their doctoral studies. The Department has graduated four sets of students.


The Vision of the Department is to attain and remain a centre of excellence in the training of total communication graduates, capable of achieving self-development and contributing to national and international developmental goals and objectives through creative, innovative and professional use of the mass media.



Since communication is vital to individual, societal and national life, our overriding philosophy is to run a dynamic and industry-friendly curriculum that will help drive capacity building, practical exposure and training, and community-based research that will support the attainment of national and international development goals like the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs).


Learning Outcomes:

The objectives of the Mass Communication programme include the following:

  1. to provide students with a balanced and broad-based training in the various fields of mass communication.
  2. to provide sound, theoretical and practice-based education in the media-centred domains of mass communication.
  • to equip students with knowledge of media practice in Nigeria, Africa and the world through the study of concepts, theories and methods that provide such knowledge.
  1. to expose students to modern developments and technology in information gathering and dissemination through the mass media, with emphasis on computer-assisted reporting and on-line journalism.
  2. to evolve appropriate philosophies and policies for the operation and management of the country’s communication sector.
  3. to engineer efficient and effective communication support services for our various human and national development programmes and objectives;
  • to undertake research on a continuous basis into the state of our national communication media, and make the findings available to policy makers.
  • to undertake studies in areas that will help the nation meet her Millennium Development Goals (MDGs).


Mode of Study?

  • Online
  • Open and Distance Learning
  • In-Class Lectures and Tutorials


Mass Communication


B.Sc (Hons.) Mass Communication


Four (4) Years (8 Semesters)


  1. Candidates should possess a Senior Secondary School Certificate (SSCE) or General Certificate of Education (GCE, OL) or National Education Council Certificate (NECO) or their approved equivalents, with at least five credit passes, obtained at not more than two sittings, which must include English Language, Mathematics, Literature-In-English, one Science subject and any other one or more subject(s) in the Arts or Social Sciences domain.
  2. 200 Level Candidates must possess an Innovative National Diploma (NID) or Ordinary National Diploma (OND) relevant to the proposed program of study with a minimum of Lower Credit from recognised institutions.
  3. 300 Level Candidates must possess a Higher/Advanced Diploma or Higher National Diploma (HND relevant to the proposed program of study with a minimum of Lower Credit from recognised institutions.
  4. Concessionary Admission: Mature candidates awaiting SSCE/O’Level result can apply and try to complete and submit his/her SSCE/O’Level result before graduation.

In addition, candidates residing in Lagos State must pass the TEBA Scholastic Aptitude Screening (TESAS) at our Lagos Study Center. TESAS represents the post-JAMB screening test for the Academy. Candidates must also demonstrate an obvious social, physical, spiritual and academic orientation towards life as Testament Business Academy and Affiliated Institutions are Character driven Institutions.

 New Students

S/N Payment Fees Amount (₦)
1 Application Fee 10,000.00
2 I.D. Card 1,000.00
3 Library Fees 4,000.00
4 Developmental Fee 10,000.00
5 ICT Administrative Charges 5,000.00
6 Matriculation 15,000.00
7 Result/ Verification 5,000.00
8 Tuition Fees (per session) 150,000.00
Total compulsory Fees 200,000.00

*Examination registration fees for all categories of students remain unchanged for now.

Returning Students and for Subsequent Sessions

S/N Payment Fees Amount (₦)
1 Registration Fee 1,000.00
2 I.D. Card
3 Library Fees 4,000.00
4 Developmental Fee 10,000.00
5 ICT Administrative Charges 5,000.00
6 Matriculation
7 Result/ Verification
8 Tuition Fees (per session) 130,000.00
Total compulsory Fees 150,000.00

*Project Fees (Undergraduates): ₦30,000.00
*Exam and Resitting Fees: ₦1,000.00 per course

The entire process is electronic and online and operates 24-hours a day. The method of application is as follows:

  1. Walk into any of these participating banks or pay from our website or through transfers
    • Wema Bank: Testament Business Academy – 0122799260
    • First Bank: Testament Business Academy – Processing
    • Ecobank: Testament Business Academy – Processing


  2. Pay as follows for Testament Business Academy (TEBA) application forms:
    • Undergraduate Programmes: ₦10,000.00 (Ten Thousand Naira Only)
  3. Obtain the payment Teller, payment email or any form of payment confirmation scan and send to: admission@teba.com.ng
  4. A Pin Code will be send to you by the Admission Officer of TEBA.
  5. Visit https://portal.teba.com.ng/apply
  6. Use your Application pin code to access your TEBA online application form
  7. Complete the application by providing the required information.
  8. After completion, the candidate can re-open the form as often as he/she likes, before submitting.
  9. Having completed all the above steps, you may submit your form by clicking the submit button at the bottom of the displayed screen.
  10. TEBA will send you an email or/and text message for student interview where documents will be screened for successful application.
  11. A provisional admission letter will be sent to your email to be printed out in coloured as this will serve as the only document needed for you to be mobilized for your matriculation ceremony at the main campus.

Applicants are advised to insist on paying the stipulated cost only and obtain official receipt at the point of payment.

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