Abstract

Due to low performance of students in Business Education in Accounting courses, therefore the study determined strategies for improving, the causes, effect, and measures for teaching and learning of accounting courses in Business Education in Niger Delta University. The study was guided by three research questions. A descriptive survey design was adopted. Data were collected from 100 students with the use of a structured questionnaire that was face validated by three experts. The questionnaire consists of 25 items. Mean was employed to answer the research questions. The findings of the study revealed that such factors as insufficient number of qualified teachers and ill equipped libraries among others as factors that bring about poor academic performance in Business Education in Accounting. Also the study recommended that instructional materials and qualified teachers be developed in sufficient numbers to schools. Further recommendations included among others in service training, seminars training, seminars and conferences to update knowledge of teachers.

 

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