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Dr Anthonia Okoye

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Contact Address: St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church, GRA, Ifite Awka.
Biography: Okoye, Anthonia Cihinyere is an Associate professor of Business Education. A lecturer in the department of Vocational Education, Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu University Igbariam Campus.
Hails from Nnobi in Idemili South Local Government Area of Anambra State.
Faculty/Department/Unit: Vocational Education Rank: Associate Professor
Research Interest: Business Education
Educational Qualifications: Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D) in Business Education 2011
Master of Science (M.Sc) in Business Education 2004
Bachelor of Science (B.Sc) in Business Education (Office Technology and Management Option) 1992
Nigerian Certificate in Education (N.C.E.), Business Education 1985
Universities Attended: 1. Nnamdi Azikiwe University Awka PhD - 2011
2. Nnamdi Azikiwe University Awka B.Sc -1992
3. Nnamdi Azikiwe University Awka M.Sc - 2004
Publications: (i) BOOK CHAPTER – CHAPTER ONE
1. A.C. Okoye & A.N. Umezulike (2022). Research in Education: Concepts and Classifications. Basic
Research Method: Principles and Techniques. Brystevand Publishers.
(ii) INTERNATIONAL JOURNALS
2. Okoye, A. C. (2016). Business education as a tool for socio-economic growth in Nigeria: Challenges and a way forward. Global journal of Applied, Management and Social Sciences (GOJAMSS) 11, 212 – 216. www.gojamss.net .

3. Okoye, A. C. (2017). Value creation and relevance of business education to national socio-economic development in Nigeria. Greener Journal of Educational Research, 7(1), 1 – 14. www.http://doi.org/10.15580/GJER.2017/.111416205.

4. Okoye, A. C. (2017). Strategies considered effective by business educators for teaching entrepreneurship education in tertiary institutions in Anambra State. International Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities Review, 7(1), 65 – 71. www.ijsshr.com.

5. Okoye, A.C. (2021). Strategies for developing sustainable business education for economic development. International Journal of Management Studies and Social Science Research (IJMSSSR), 3(2), 76 – 81.

6. Prof. Anthonia Ngozi Umezulike, Dr. Anthonia Chinyere Okoye, Dr. Rose Chinyere Ezenwanne, Pius Chukwuemeka Ufaroh (2024). Quantitative Analysis of the Influence of Affective Commitment on the Performance of Administrative Staff in Tertiary Institutions, Anambra State. International Journal of Social Science Humanity & Management Research, 3, 408 – 415.

7. Prof. Anthonia Ngozi Umezulike, Dr. Anthonia Chinyere Okoye, Dr. Rose Chinyere Ezenwanne, Pius
Chukwuemeka Ufaroh (2024). Navigating Knowledge Dynamics: The Role of Tacit Knowledge
Sharing in Enhancing Administrative Staff Performance in Higher Education in Anambra State,
Nigeria. Irish Journal of Educational Practice, 7, 1 – 8.


(iii) NATIONAL JOURNALS
8. Okoye, A. C & Ndinechi G. I. (2012). Assessment of Anambra State secondary school business studies teachers’ effectiveness in using field trip and demonstration strategies. Business Education Journal, VIII (2), 137 - 147.

9. Umezulike, A. N. & Okoye, A. C. (2013). Emerging Challenges in the Competences Expected of Business Education Administrators and Supervisors for the Attainment of Sustainable Academic Programme. Journal of Vocational and Technical Education, Nwafor Orizu College of Education, 8 (1), 6 – 13.

10. Umezulike A. N. & Okoye A. C (2013). Promoting the Stability and sustainability of Nigeria economy through quality assurance in business education. Association of Business Educators of Nigeria Book of Readings, 3 (1), 181 - 187.

11. Okoye A. C. & Umezulike A. N. (2014). Assessment of Anambra State secondary school business studies teachers’ effectiveness in using problem solving and simulation strategies. Business Education Journal, 1 (3), 64 – 71.

12. Okoye A. C. & Umezulike, A. N. (2016). Business education and recovery of human values for socio- economic development. ANSU Journal of Arts & Humanities, 3(3), 76 - 81.

13. Okoye A. C. (2016). Assessment of Secondary School Business Teachers Involvement in Professional Development Activities. Journal of Science Education (COOUJOSC), 1 (1), 95 - 102.

14. Okoye A. C. (2016). Information and Communication Technology: A Tool for Effective Teaching in Business Education. Journal of Arts & Social Science, 1 (1), 119 - 124.
15. Okoye A. C. (2016). Assessment of Business Teachers’ Effectiveness in Using Questioning Strategy in Anambra State Secondary Schools. Business Education Journal, 3(1), 162 - 173.

16. Umezulike A. N., Okoye A. C. & Okeke Ezeanyanwu (2016). Business Education and Recovery of Human Values in the Era of Information and Communication Technology. Nigerian Journal of Business Education, 3(1), 181 – 188.

17. Okoye A. C. (2016). Professional Competencies Required of Secretaries in Modern Automated Offices in Tertiary Institutions in Anambra State of Nigeria. Online Journal of Arts, Management & Social Science, 1(1), 91 - 99. http:/www.gojarass.net/journal/index.php/OJAMSS.

18. Okoye A. C. & Ogidi, E. C. (2016). Managers’ perception of the impact of human resource management on corporate goal attainment of private business organizations in Awka urban of Anambra State. Journal of Vocational Education and Research COOUJOVOCEDAR, 1(1), 112 - 122.

19. Okoye, A. C. (2016). Assessment of instructional facilities available for effective teaching of business education in tertiary institutions in Anambra State. Journal of Arts and Social Science Education.

20. Okoye, A. C. & Oguejiofor C. S. (2017). Assessment of in-service education activities expected of secondary school business teachers for professional development. Multidisciplinary Journal of Vocational Education & Research, 2(1), 75 – 82.

21. Oguejiofor, C. S. & Okoye, A. C. (2017). Supervisors’ assessment of communication skills of secretaries in the public service of Anambra State. Multidisciplinary Journal of Vocational Education & Research, 2(1), 99 – 104.

22. Okoye, A. C. (2017). Entrepreneurship education: A panacea for graduate unemployment in Nigeria. Online Journal of Arts, Management & Social Sciences (OJAMSS) 2(1) 56 – 63. http://www.gojamss.net/journal/index.php/OJAMSS.

23. Okoye, A. C. (2017). The need for innovative teaching methods in business education for sustainable development. Online Journal of Arts, Management & Social Sciences (OJAMSS) 2(2) 56 – 63. http://www.gojamss.net/journal/index.php/OJAMSS.


24. Okoye, A. C. (2018). ICT skills required of business education graduates for effective entrepreneurship practice in Anambra State. Nigerian Journal of Business Education, 5(1), 184 – 194.

25. Okoye, A. C. & Udegbunam, E. O. (2018). Creative and functional business education: The challenges and prospects in a depressed economy. Journal of Educational Research, 4(2), 132-138.


26. Okoye, A. C. & Udegbunam, E.O. (2018). Relationship between administrative leadership styles and business educators productivity in tertiary institutions in South-East Nigeria. Multidisciplinary Journal of Vocational Education & Research (COOUJOVOCEDAR), 3(1), 23 -34.

27. Okoye, A. C. & Nnajiofor, S.C. (2018). Business educator’s perception of the impact of information and communication technology in teaching and learning of business education in tertiary institutions in Anambra State. Multidisciplinary Journal of Vocational Education & Research (COOUJOVOCEDAR), 3(1), 62 -72.

28. Okoye, A.C & Udegbunam, E.O. (2019). Challenges of Business Education for preparing students for Global Competition in Nigeria Tertiary Institutions. Nigerian Journal of Business Education, 6(1), 8-16.

29. Okoye, A. C. (2019). Ethical considerations in Business Education for National Development. Nigerian Journal of Business Education, 6(2), 237-247.

30. Okoye, A.C, Anozie P.U, & Onyeagba J.N. (2019). Financing Options and challenges for small and medium scale Enterprises in Nigerian, Journal of Educational Research and Development, 3(1), 125-134.

31. Umezulike, A.N & Okoye, A.C (2019). Private Sectors Partnership with Nigerian Tertiary Institutions. The positive way for training reliable and viable Business Education Graduates. Global Journal of Education, Humanities & Management Sciences, 1(1), 43-50.

32. Okoye, A.C., Nwannah, N. L. & Udegbunam, E. O. (2020). Issues in the use of ICT in business education in tertiary institutions in Anambra State. Nigerian Journal of Business Education, 7(2), 424 - . URL: http://www.nigibed.com.ng.

33. Okoye, A.C. & Ugwuogo, F. C. (2021). Information and Communication Technology (ICT) productivity and presentation competencies required for effective business education programme as perceived by business educators in tertiary institutions in Anambra State. Global Journal of Education, Humanities & Management Sciences (GOJEHMS), 3(1), 1 - 12.

34. Okoye, A.C. & Onyeagba, J. N. (2021). Corporate entrepreneurs’ perception of knowledge and communication competencies required of Business Education graduates for entrepreneurial development in Anambra State. Global Journal of Education, Humanities & Management Sciences (GOJEHMS), 3(1), 49 - 58.

35. Okoye, A.C. & Udegbunam, E. O. (2021). Managing functional university for National Development through effective leadership. Journal of Educational Research (COOUJER), 6(1), 1 - 11.

36. Okoye, A.C. & Onyeagba, J. N. (2021). Entrepreneurship competencies required of business education graduates for effective entrepreneurship development in Anambra State. Multidisciplinary Journal of Vocational Education & Research (COOUJOVOCEDAR), 4(1), 58 - 67.

37. Okoye, A.C. & Obigwe, R. U. (2021). Extent use of modern instructional facilities are regarded as effective strategy for entrepreneurship education in public secondary schools in Anambra State. Multidisciplinary Journal of Vocational Education & Research (COOUJOVOCEDAR), 4(1), 142 - 149.

38. Okoye, A.C. (2021). Extent innovative Teaching Strategies are Required in Business Education Programme in the 21st century in tertiary institutions in Anambra State. Nigerian Journal of Business Education, 8(2), 164 – 174.

39. Okoye, A.C. & Ugwuogo, F. C. (2021). Information and Communication Technology (ICT) research and problem-solving competencies required for effective business education programme in tertiary institutions in Anambra State. Online Journal of Arts, Management and Social Sciences (OJAMSS), 5, (2), 157- 169.

40. Okoye, A.C. (PhD) & Ndoeche, Maureen (2022). Extent of Use of Computer-Based Assisted Instruction and Computer Managed Instruction in Teaching of Business Studies in Public junior Secondary Schools in Anambra State. Global Journal of Education, Humanities and Management Sciences (GOJEHMS), 4(1), 144 – 157.

41. Okoye, Anthonia Chinyere (PhD) & Ahubaraezeama, Cynthia Chinelo (2022). Extent of utilization of Intranet/Teleconferencing in teaching Business Education courses in Tertiary Institutions in Anambra State. Global Journal of Education, Humanities and Management Sciences (GOJEHMS), 4(1), 169 - 177.

42. Okoye, Anthonia Chinyere (PhD) & Nwagu, Christy Chinyere (2022). Business Education and Acquisition of Employability skills for Global Competitiveness in the CQVIM9 ERA: Competency Needs of Business Educators in Anambra. Journal of Educational Research (COOUJER),
7(1), 169 – 180.

43. A.C. Okoye (PhD) & Nwazue Jane Ijeoma (2023). Skill Acquisition in Business Education: A Veritable Tool for Sustainable National Development. Multidisciplinary Journal of Vocational Education & Research. 5, (1), 127 – 140.

44. Okoye Anthonia Chinyere (PhD) & Agu, Zoronachi (2024). Need for Effective Utilization of Modern Office Equipment for the Realization of Business Education Objectives at Secondary School Level. Journal of Educational Research and Development. 7(1), 58 – 65.

45. Okoye Anthonia Chinyere (PhD) & Virginia, Nkechi Okeke (2024). Role of Business Education for Global Competitiveness and Employability in the New Normal. Journal of Educational Research and Development. 7(1), 66 – 71.

(iv) CONTRIBUTION ON CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS
46. Okoye, A.C. & Udegbunam, E. O. (2020). Managing needs for business teacher education and training towards self-reliance in Nigeria. Association of business educators of Nigeria conference proceedings, 7(1), 535 – 542.
Google Scholar: https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=cpGpGqYAAAAJ&hl=en
Skills: Research Work Publications, Indepth Knowledge of Business Education Principles, Good Communication Skills, a nd Excellent Mentorship and Guidance Skills
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