Uzoamaka G. Chris-Ejiogu

Uzoamaka G. Chris-Ejiogu

Lecturer II

PhD in Banking & Finance UNIZIK, M.Sc in Financial Management Technology FUTO, B.Sc  in Accounting ANSU


A Brief Citation


Dr (Mrs) U.G Chris-Ejiogu (nee Okoye) hails from Nkaramoche village Ihiagwa in Owerri-West LGA, Imo State. She is married to Dr Chibuzor Chris Ejiogu and blessed with children.  She is currently a lecturer in the Department of Financial Management Technology, Federal University of Technology Owerri.

Academic Qualification

  • PhD in Banking & Finance UNIZIK
  • M.Sc in Financial Management Technology FUTO
  • B.Sc  in Accounting ANSU

Courses Assigned to Teach with Codes

  • Business Ethics & Corporate Governance ( FMT 502)
  • Human Resource Management (FMT 508)
  • Banking Law & Practice (FMT 513)
  • Monetary Theories & Policies ( FMT 307)
  • Principles of Accounting (FMT 204)
  • Advanced Mathematics of Finance (FMT 309)
  • Financial Management (MGT 303)
  • Research Methodology (MGT 715)
  • Financial Management for Managers (MGT 709)
  • Accounting for Managers (MGT 707)

Membership of Professional Bodies

  • Member, Nigerian Institute of Management (NIM)

Work Experience

NYSC Programme at the FUTO Bursary, Students Accounts unit.

Research Interest

Accounting & Financial Management.


  1. Effect of Dividend Policy on Shareholder’s Value. Evidence of Consumer Goods Firms Quoted in the Nigerian Stock Exchange. Okaro Celestine, Kelechukwu Stanley Ogbonna & Chris-Ejiogu Uzoamaka  Gloria.
  2. The Influence of Promotional Strategies on the Performance of Nigerian Banks. A study of Selected Banks in Nigeria.  Gideon Kasie & Uzoamaka Chris-Ejiogu.
  3. Sectorial Allocation of Deposit Money Banks’credit And The Growth Of Nigeria.  Cyril Madubuko Ubesie, Felix Nwolisa Echekoba, Uzoamaka Gloria Chris- Ejiogu & Amalachukwu Chijindu Ananwude
  4. Econometric Analysis of Fiscal & Monetary Policy Instruments on Economic Growth of Nigeria.  Uzoamaka Gloria Chris-Ejiogu, Njoku Charles Odinakachi & Awa Stanley Kalu.
  5. The Effect of External Debt on the Economic Growth of Nigeria.   Charles Njoku, Uzoamaka Chris-Ejiogu, Kalu Awa Stanley.