• Our Philosophy

    We are placing graduate on the leading edge of technology.


About Department

The Department of Accounting and Finance at Landmark University houses two academic programs namely Accounting and Banking and Finance. The two programs run both undergraduate degrees and postgraduate degrees. All our academic degrees are fully accredited by the Nigerian University Commission (NUC) and the relevant professional bodies namely; ICAN, CIBN, ACCA among others.

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Our Collaboration

Our collaboration with ICAN and CIBN coupled with our innovative homegrown Landmark Professional Accountancy Centre (L-PAC) enable our amiable students to pass their professional qualifying examination of ICAN on or before graduation. Thus graduating with three (3) certificates (BSc, AAT, and ACA). This gives our students an edge over other graduates in the labour market as young professionals.

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The History

The Department of Accounting and Finance was birthed on 21st March 2011, when Landmark University was dedicated by the Chancellor Dr David Oyedepo. The department started with few students for its two-degree programs – Accounting and Banking and Finance. Since then, the department has witnessed steady growth in both the quality and number of students as well as faculty members. 

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Core Activities

The core activities of the the deatartment are in tandem with the core and tripartite activities of an ideal university. These are Teaching, Research and Community (TRC) impact.

Research Focus

The following are the areas of research focus and competencies of the faculty members in the department.

  • Financial Accounting and Corporate Reporting
  • Corporate Governance and Ethics
  • Strategic Management Accounting
  • Budgeting Management and Accountability
  • Integrated and Sustainability Reporting
  • Cost planning, Control and Analysis
  • Taxation, Revenue Mobilization and Fiscal Policy
  • Auditing, forensic and fraud Management 
  • Environmental Accounting/Reporting 
  • Financial Engineering & Technology
  • Agricultural Financing 
  • Investment banking and Portfolio Analysis
  • Institutional and Development Finance
  • Microfinance and SMEs Financing
  • Corporate and Public Financial Management
  • Financial literacy and Financial Inclusion 
  • Personal Finance and Poverty Reduction


Otekunrin, A. O. and Nwanji, T. I. and Abiodun, A.S. and Awonusi, Frank and Eluyela, F. D

Integrated reporting and corporate performance in Nigeria: Evidence from the banking industry

Adegboyegun, A. E. and Alade, M. E. and Ben-Caleb, Egbide and Ademola, A. O. and Eluyela, F. D. and Oladipo, O.A

All share price and inflation volatility in Nigeria. An application of the EGARCH model

Lawal, A. I. and Awonusi, Frank and Oloye, Martins I

Examining the Nigerian Stock Market Efficiency: Empirical Evidence from Wavelet Unit Root Test Approach

Lawal, A. I. and Nwanji, T. I. and Adama, Ibrahim Joseph and Otekunrin, A. O

Are Oil Prices Mean Reverting? Evidence from Unit Root Tests with Sharp and Smooth Breaks

Lawal, A. I. and Babajide, Abiola A. and Nwanji, T. I. and Eluyela, F. D.