Faculty & Staff

School of Information Technology and Computing


Instructor, Information Systems


Emmanuel Ukpe holds MS degree in Information & Telecommunications Systems from the Johns Hopkins University (USA); MS in Communications Technology from Strayer University (USA); and an MBA from Southeastern University (USA).  Ukpe is a strong advocate of IT professional development with a contagious passion and support for lifelong learning. An accomplished IT professional with hands-on leadership experience on teaching and integration of information systems, system program, networking and systems users to achieve organizational goal. Mr. Ukpe brings to AUN, extensive technical and managerial practice in information technology, combined with a solid academic background in liberal arts, business administration, IT security, Telecommunications and computer information systems.

  • Software Applications
  • Applications Programming Principles using VB/Ruby
  • Principles of Information Systems
  • Fundamentals of Database
  • Introduction to Operation Systems
  • Information System Project Management
  • Database Analysis and Design
  • Operating Systems Security
  • Enterprise Resource Planning, Information Security Assurance & Auditing
  • Information Technology for Development and Web Database Driven Application Development


Economies of Information System; AI/Information Retrieval, Past, Present and Future of e-Learning; Information System Control and IT Governance; IT for Sustainable Development, Information Systems Implementation, Adoption and Diffusion

  • SANS Institute (Associate)
  • Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (MIEEE)
  • Association of Computing Machinery (MACM)
  • Association of Information Technology Professional (MAITP)
  • Association of Information Systems (MAIS)

  • Ukpe, Emmanuel. Agriculture Ontology for Sustainable Development in Nigeria: Scientific & Academic Publishing: Advances in Computing p-ISSN: 2163-2944    e-ISSN: 2163-2979 2013;  3(3): 57-59   http://article.sapub.org/10.5923.j.ac.20130303.04.html
  • Ukpe, Emmanuel. ICT in Education: Catalyst for Economic Growth in Nigeria. International Journal of Education and Research Vol. 1 No. 10 October 2013  http://www.ijern.com/journal/October-2013/38.pdf
  • Ukpe, Emmanuel, Mathias Fonkam & Ferdinand Che Systems Study of the Impacts of ICTs on Rising Extreme Poverty in Nigeria. "Scientific Research Journal (Scirj), Volume I, Issue V, December 2013 Edition, Page 54-59 http://scirj.org/december-2013-paper.php?rp=P121369
  • Ukpe, Emmanuel “Data Mining As Tools For Extraction and Retrieval From Databases". Global Journal of Management Science and Technology (www.gjmst.com) Vol. 1 Issue. 5
  • Mathias Fonkam & Ukpe, Emmanuel. Application of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in Human Induced Crisis management: The case of Nigeria
  • European International Journal of Science and Technology (EIJST). Vol.2 No. 8
  • http://www.cekinfo.org.uk/EIJST
  • Ukpe, Emmanuel & SMFD Mustapha. "Cost of Information & Communications Technology: Essential for Nigeria Social Change and Economic Development http://www.impactjournals.us/journals.php?id=77&jtype=2&page=5
  • Apkar Salatian, Lawrence Oborkhale, Emmanuel Ukpe  (2011) “Towards a Digital Home” IEE: Computer Society
  • Ukpe, Emmanuel & Jane Chukurawh (2012) ICTfor Agricultural Development in Rural Nigeria: Journal for Information & Communications  Technology http://www.jict.co.uk/volume-2-issue-2-february-2012
  • Ukpe, Emmanuel, Ago Quaye, Anele Nwokoma and Lawrence Oborkhale “Workforce Preparation: Free Vocational Information Technology Training. Journal for Information & Communications  Technology http://www.jict.co.uk/volume-2-issue-3-march-2012

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