University of Cape Coast
Cape Coast, Ghana
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FIRST DEGREE PROGRAMMES
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THE UNIVERSITY OF CAPE COAST
FIRST DEGREE PROGRAMMES
POST-SSSCE/WASSCE CANDIDATES
Basic Entry Requirements
FACULTY OF ARTS
B.A. (Arts)
B.A. (African Studies)
B.A. (Theatre Studies)
B.Mus.
B.A. ( Communication Studies)
B.A. ( Film Studies)
B.A. ( Dance)
FACULTY OF EDUCATION
B.Ed. (Basic Education)
B.Ed. (Early Childhood Education)
B.Sc. (Psychology)
B.Ed. (Physical Education)
B.Ed. (Management)
B.Ed. (Social Sciences)
B.Ed. (Social Studies)
B.Ed. (Arts)
B.Ed (Accounting)
B.Ed. (Mathematics)
B.Ed. (Computer Science)
B.Ed. (Science)
B.Ed. (Home Economics)
B.Ed. (Health Sciences)
FACULTY OF SOCIAL SCIENCES
B.A. (Social Sciences)
B.Sc. (Hospitality Management)
B.Sc. (Tourism Management)
B.A. (Population & Health)
B.A. (Anthropology)
B.Sc. (Geography & Regional Planning)
SCHOOL OF BUSINESS
Bachelor of Management Studies
Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting)
Bachelor of Commerce (Finance)
Bachelor of Commerce (Procurement Management)
Bachelor of Commerce (Administrative Management)
SCHOOL OF BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
B.Sc. (Environmental Sciences)
B.Sc. (Molecular Biology & Biotechnology)
B.Sc. (Fisheries & Aquatic Sciences)
B.Sc. (Entomology & Wildlife)
B.Sc. (Forensic Science)
B.Sc. (Biochemistry)
B.Sc. (Nursing)
SCHOOL OF PHYSICAL SCIENCES
B.Sc. (Chemistry)
B.Sc. (Water & Sanitation)
B.Sc. (Industrial Chemistry)
B.Sc. (Mathematics)
B.Sc. (Statistics)
B.Sc. (Mathematics and Statistics)
B.Sc. (Mathematics with Economics)
B.Sc. (Mathematics with Business)
B.Sc. (Actuarial Science)
B.Sc. (Physics)
B.Sc. (Engineering Physics) `
B.Sc. (Meteorology & Atmospheric Physics)
B.Sc. (Computer Science)
B.Sc. (Information Technology)
B.Sc. (Laboratory Technology)
B.Sc. (Medical Laboratory Technology)
Doctor of Optometry
SCHOOL OF AGRICULTURE
B.Sc. (Agriculture)
B.Sc. (Agricultural Extension & Community Development)
B.Sc. (Agro-Processing)
B.Sc. (Agribusiness)
SCHOOL OF MEDICAL SCIENCES
Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery
(MB, ChB)
POST-DIPLOMA CANDIDATES
Basic Entry Requirements
FACULTY OF ARTS
Bachelor of Arts
FACULTY OF EDUCATION
B.Ed. (Mathematics)
B.Ed. (Science)
B.Ed. (Physical Education)
B.Ed. (Basic Education)
B.Ed. (Home Economics)
B.Ed. (Basic Education) Evening Classes
SCHOOL OF PHYSICAL SCIENCES
B.Sc. (Statistics)
B.Sc. (Water & Sanitation)
SCHOOL OF BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
B.Sc. (Nursing)
FACULTY OF SOCIAL SCIENCES
B.A. (Social Sciences)
SCHOOL OF BUSINESS
Bachelor of Management Studies
Bachelor of Commerce
SCHOOL OF AGRICULTURE
B.Sc. (Agriculture)
B.Sc. (Animal Health)
B.Sc. (Agricultural Extension)
FACULTY OF LAW
Bachelor of Laws (LLB)
GENERAL INFORMATION TO APPLICANTS
Grading System for SSSCE/WASSCE Applicants
Information for Fee-Paying Applicants
Instructions on Completion & Submission of Application
Forms
Programmes Available for 2013/2014 Academic
Year and their Code Numbers
THE UNIVERSITY OF CAPE COAST
Location: The UNIVERSITY OF CAPE COAST, GHANA, is
one of the rare sea-front Universities in the World. Its
main entrance is only about 50 meters from the Atlantic
Ocean. It is strategically located along the shores of the
Gulf of Guinea, midway between the famous Cape Coast
Castle, the first seat of the British Government until
1879 and the Elmina Castle, the first point of call of the
first European merchants to the Gold Coast in 1847.
Mission: The University was established in 1962
originally to train graduate professional teachers for
Ghana’s second cycle institutions as well as the Ministry
of Education. Today, in addition to the above, the
University offers a wide range of academic programmes
in the Arts, Education, Social Sciences, Sciences,
Business, Agriculture and Medicine.
Vision: The vision of the University is to become a
Centre of Excellence in Africa and the world for human
resource and entrepreneurship development in
education and related sectors.
Academic Programmes: The academic programmes of
the University are vested in its eight Faculties/Schools.
The Faculties of Arts, Education, Social Sciences and the
Schools of Agriculture, Business, Physical, Biological and
Medical Sciences. The Faculties/Schools are each
headed by a Dean and are sub-divided into Academic
Departments, Institutes and Centres. There are also an
Academic Quality Assurance Unit (AQAU) and a
Professional Counselling Centre. The Departments also
offer academic counselling to students. All together,
over 60 academic programmes are mounted each year
at the Diploma, Bachelor, Master’s and Doctorate levels.
Library Facilities: The University has an ultramodern
library complex. It has capacity for stocking
about 750,000 volumes as well as a seating capacity for
2000 readers. In addition to the E-mail and Internet, the
Library also has an Inter-Library Loan and Document
Delivery facility (ILL/DD).
Student Enrolment: Student enrolment is about
17,000 and includes foreign students.
Halls of Residence: Currently, the University has limited
accommodation in six halls of residence namely, Adehye
(Females only), Casely-Hayford (Males only), Oguaa,
Atlantic, Valco and the Kwame Nkrumah Hall (Mixed).
Medical Services: There is a University Health
Services which is headed by a Director of Health
Services. Currently, the hospital has a 33-bed capacity
with an Out-Patient Department (OPD) capable of
attending to over 300 patients daily. There is also an
Environmental Health Services Unit which deals with
general sanitation on the campus.
Places of Interest: In addition to a lovely beach along
the Atlantic ocean, there are the following places of
interest.
UCC BOTANICAL GARDENS
UCC FOREST RESERVE
UCC TECHNOLOGY VILLAGE
THE KAKUM CANOPY WALKWAY
THE KAKUM NATIONAL PARK
THE CAPE COAST CASTLE
THE ELMINA CASTLE
The Brochure: The information in this brochure is to
help applicants understand how the Faculties and
Schools are structured and the programmes they offer.
The brochure provides the detailed break-down of
subject requirements, subject combinations and, most
importantly, the basic entry grades required at the
Faculty/School as well as the minimum requirements
for programmes at the departmental level. The booklet,
therefore, is to help applicants in the selection of
programmes in the University.
Enquires: For all enquires about the University and its
programmes of study, please contact the REGISTRAR,
University of Cape Coast, Cape Coast, Ghana.
Tel. : 03321-32480/3 Ext. 247/8
0289102661
Fax : 233-3321-32484
e-mail : admissions@ucc.edu.gh
FIRST DEGREE PROGRAMMES
POST-SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL CANDIDATES
BASIC ENTRY REQUIREMENTS:
The Minimum Admission Requirement into the
University of Cape Coast for WASSCE applicants is
aggregate 36. For SSSCE applicants, the minimun
requirement is aggregate 24.
Candidates must have passes in six (6) subjects with
overall aggregate of 36/24 at the WASSCE/SSSCE level
respectively
Three of the six subjects must be core subjects: English
Language, Mathematics and Integrated Science or
Social Studies and three must be in relevant electives.
For purposes of admission, a pass in
(i) WASSCE means Grade: A1 – C6.
(ii) SSSCE means Grade: A – D.
In addition to the above, candidates must satisfy
requirements as indicated below:
FACULTY OF ARTS
(A) B.A. (ARTS)
i. Candidates must have passes in at least two
(2) elective Arts subjects: French, Literature in English,
Ghanaian Language (Akan/Ewe/Dagare/Ga), Music,
Religious Studies, Government/History.
ii. Applicants to be admitted to read French as part
of their degree programme must have a pass in French
not below grade C6.
(B) B.A. (AFRICAN STUDIES)
i. Applicants to be admitted to B.A. (African
Studies) programme must have passes in at least
two (2) of the following elective subjects with
grades not lower than C6: French, History,
Literature in English, Ghanaian Language
(Akan/Ewe/Dagare/Ga), Religious Studies,
Government, Economics, Geography.
ii Applicants who intend to read B.A.
(African Studies) and major in African
Music (Ethnomusicology) must have in
addition to B (i).
iii Associated Board of the ROYAL SCHOOL
OF MUSIC (ABRSM) grade 1-4 OR
iv A flair for Music and the ability to read
and notate simple melodies and rhythmic
patterns to be assessed by pre-admission
test.
(C) B.A. (THEATRE STUDIES)
i. Candidates must have passes in at least two
Elective Arts subjects: Literature in English, Ghanaian
Language (Akan/Ewe/Dagare/Ga), Music, Religious
Studies, History/Government.
ii. Applicants who intend to read B.A. (Theatre
Studies) as their major subject must have a good pass
(not below C6) in Literature in English at the WASSCE.
(D) BACHELOR OF MUSIC
i. Candidates must have good passes in three (3)
elective subjects in any of the following elective areas:
General Arts and Visual Arts.
ii. Prospective candidates will be interviewed.
During the interview, candidates will have to provide
evidence of their involvement/interest in music and
dance-e.g. through membership in choirs, bands,
cultural/dance troupes, etc. and generally convince
panelists of their creative/artistic capabilities.
Applicants who wish to study Music but have not passed
music at WASSCE Level will write an Entrance
Examination provided they satisfy the basic University
Entry Requirements. The Entrance Examination date will
be the same for the Mature Students Examination.
(E) B.A. ( COMMUNICATION STUDIES)
i Candidates must have passes in at least two (2)
elective Arts subjects; French, Ghanaian
Language (Akan/Ewe/Dagare/Ga), Literature
in English, Religious Studies, Government/History.
ii Applicants to be admitted to read B.A.
(Communication Studies) must have a pass in
Literature in English not below grade C5.
(F) B.A. ( FILM STUDIES)
Candidates must have passes in any of the
following elective subjects; Visual Arts,
Literature in English, History,French,
Government, Religious Studies, Ghanaian
Language (Akan/Ewe/Dagare/Ga),
Economics, Geography, Physics and Chemistry
(G) B.A. ( DANCE)
Candidates must have passes in three elective
subjects in either General Arts or Visual Arts at grade
not lower than C6.
FACULTY OF EDUCATION
B.Ed. (BASIC EDUCATION)
Candidates must have passes in Core Mathematics, Core
English and Integrated Science or Social Studies
In addition, candidates must have passes in three (3)
elective subjects selected from category a, b, or c.
(a) Literature in English, Ghanaian Language (Akan/
Ewe/Dagare/Ga), Religious Studies, History,
French
(b) Elective Mathematics, Geography, Economics
(c) Elective Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry,
Biology.
(d) Management in Living, Clothing and Textiles,
Food and Nutrition.
B.Ed. (EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION)
Candidates must have at least C6 in WASSCE or D in
SSSCE in Core Mathematics, Core English and
Integrated Science or Social Studies
In addition, candidates must have at least C6 in WASSCE
or D in SSSCE in any three (3) elective subjects.
B.Sc. (PSYCHOLOGY)
Candidates must at least C6 in WASSCE or D in SSSCE in
the following Core Subjects: English, Mathematics and
Integrated Science or Social Studies.
In addition, candidates must have at least C6 in WASSCE
or D in SSSCE in any three (3) elective subjects.
B.Ed. (PHYSICAL EDUCATION)
Candidates must possess at least grade ‘C6’ in WASSCE
or ‘D’ in SSSCE in six (6) subjects including Core English,
Core Mathematics and Integrated Science or Social
Studies with overall aggregate of 36. Candidates would
be subjected to the following practical examinations
and assessments.
i. Motor Educability Test
ii. Cardiovascular Endurance Test
iii. A Selected game
N.B.: Selection of candidates for admission will depend
on both the SSSCE/WASSCE results and performance in
the practical tests.
The date for the practical tests would be communicated
to B.Ed. (PHYSICAL EDUCATION) candidates later.
B.Ed. (MANAGEMENT)
Candidates must have at least C6 (WASSCE) or D (SSSCE)
in Core English, Core Mathematics and Integrated
Science or Social Studies.
In addition, candidates must have at least C6 (WASSCE)
or D (SSSCE) in three (3) elective subjects under
Accounting/Secretarial options namely; Accounting,
Business Management, Economics, Clerical Office
Duties, Typing and Principles of Costing.
B.Ed. (SOCIAL SCIENCES)
Candidates must have at least C6 (WASSCE) or D (SSSCE)
in Core English, Core Mathematics and Integrated
Science or Social Studies.
In addition, candidates must have at least C6 (WASSCE)
or D (SSSCE) in any three (3) of the following subjects:
Economics, Geography, History, Accounting, Business
Management, Elective Mathematics, and Principles of
Costing.
The following are the various combinations:
Accounting/Management
Accounting/Economics
Economics/Management
Economics/Geography
Accounting/Mathematics
Economics/Mathematics
Geography/Mathematics
Management/Mathematics
B.Ed. (SOCIAL STUDIES)
Candidates must have at least C6 (WASSCE) or D (SSSCE)
in Core English, Core Mathematics and Integrated
Science or Social Studies.
In addition, candidates must have at least C6 (WASSCE)
or D (SSSCE) in Geography and at least C6/D in any two
(2) of the following elective subjects: Economics,
History or Government.
B.Ed. (ARTS)
Candidates must have at least C6 (WASSCE) or D (SSSCE)
in Core English, Core Mathematics and Integrated
Science or Social Studies.
In addition, candidates must have at least C6 (WASSCE)
or D (SSSCE) in any three (3) of the following subjects:
Literature in English, French, Ghanaian Language
(Akan/Ewe/Dagare/ Ga), History, Religious Studies and
Music.
The following are the various combinations
English/French
English/Ghanaian Language
English/Religious Studies
English/Music
English/History
French/Ghanaian Language
French/Religious Studies
French/Music
French/History
Ghanaian Language/Religious Studies
Ghanaian Language/Music
Ghanaian Language/History
History/Religious Studies
History/Music
Music/Religious Studies
B.Ed. (ACCOUNTING)
Candidates must have at least C6 (WASSCE) or D (SSSCE)
in Core English, Core Mathematics and Integrated
Science or Social Studies.
In addition, candidates must have at least C6 (WASSCE)
or D (SSSCE) in Financial Accounting and any two (2) of
the following subjects: Business Management,
Economics, Principles of Costing and Elective
Mathematics.
B.Ed. (MATHEMATICS)
Candidates must have at least C6 (WASSCE) or D (SSSCE)
in Core English, Core Mathematics and Integrated
Science or Social Studies.
In addition candidates must have at least C6 (WASSCE)
or D (SSSCE) in Elective Mathematics plus any two (2) of
the following elective subjects: Physics, Chemistry,
Biology, Economics, Geography, Business Management
and Accounting.
B.Ed (COMPUTER SCIENCE)
Candidates must have at least C6 (WASSCE) or D (SSSCE)
in Core English, Core Mathematics and Integrated
Science or Social Studies plus any three (3) of the
following elective subjects: Mathematics, Physics,
Chemistry and Biology.
B.Ed. (SCIENCE)
Candidates must have at least C6 (WASSCE) or D (SSSCE)
in Core English, Core Mathematics and Integrated
Science or Social Studies plus any three (3) of the
following elective subjects: Mathematics, Physics,
Chemistry and Biology.
B.Ed. (HOME ECONOMICS)
Candidates must have the following:
a) At least C6 in WASSCE or D in SSSCE in Core
English, Core Mathematics and Integrated
Science or Social Studies
b) At least C6 in WASSCE or D in SSSCE in
Management in Living and any other two (2)
elective subjects relevant to the preferred
option.
i. For Clothing and Textiles Option, the
appropriate electives are: Clothing and Textiles
(compulsory) and any other one of the following
subjects, Art, Chemistry, Physics, Biology or
Elective Mathematics and Economics.
ii. For Food and Nutrition Option, the
appropriate electives are: Foods and Nutrition
(compulsory) and any other one of the following
subjects, Art, Chemistry, Physics, Biology or
Elective Mathematics, French and Economics.
B.Ed. (HEALTH SCIENCES)
i. Candidates must possess GCE ‘O’ Level credit passes
(grade 6 or better) in five (5) subjects including English
Language, Mathematics and General Science. Passes at
the GCE ‘A’ Level will be an advantage.
Or
ii. At least, C6 in WASSCE or D in SSSCE in Core English,
Core Mathematics and Integrated Science or Social
Studies.
In addition to (i) or (ii) above, candidates must possess
a THREE (3) YEAR DIPLOMA awarded by an accredited
Health Training Institution with at least THREE (3) YEARS
working experience (excluding “rotation” for nurses) in
relevant areas such as General Nursing, Environmental
Health, Disease Control, Community Health, Midwifery,
Nutrition or Psychiatry.
Applicants should include certified copies of their
academic transcript showing semester-by-semester GPA
and FCGPA.
FACULTY OF SOCIAL SCIENCES
(i) B.A. (SOCIAL SCIENCES)
Candidates must obtain passes in Core English, Core
Mathematics and Integrated Science or Social
Studies.
In addition, candidates must have passes in three (3)
elective subjects including two (2) of the following:
Economics, Government/History, Geography, and
Elective Mathematics.
(ii) B.Sc. (HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT)
Candidates must obtain passes in Core English, Core
Mathematics and Integrated Science or Social Studies
In addition, candidates must have passes in any three
(3) of the following elective subjects: Geography,
Economics, Government/ History, Biology, Chemistry,
Introduction to Business Management, Elective
Mathematics, Management in Living and Food and
Nutrition.
(iii) B.Sc. (TOURISM MANAGEMENT)
Candidates must obtain passes in Core English, Core
Mathematics and Integrated Science or Social Studies.
In addition, candidates must have passes in any three
(3) of the following elective subjects: Geography,
Economics, Government/ History, Introduction to
Business Management and Elective Mathematics.
(iv) B.A. (POPULATION AND HEALTH)
Candidates must obtain passes in Core English, Core
Mathematics and Integrated Science or Social Studies.
In addition, candidates must have passes in any three
(3) of the following elective subjects: Geography,
Economics, Government/History, Introduction to
Business Management and Elective Mathematics.
(v) B.A. (ANTHROPOLOGY)
Candidates must obtain passes in Core English, Core
Mathematics and Integrated Science or Social Studies.
In addition, candidates must have passes in two (2) of
the following elective subjects: Economics, Geography,
Elective Mathematics, Government/History.
(vi) B.Sc. (GEOGRAPHY AND REGIONAL PLANNING)
Candidates must obtain passes in Core English,
Mathematics and Integrated Science or Social Studies.
In addition, candidates must have passes in three (3) of
the following elective subjects: Geography, Economics,
Elective Mathematics, Business Management and
Government/History.
SCHOOL OF BUSINESS
BACHELOR OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES
Candidates must have at least C6 (WASSCE) or D (SSSCE)
in Core English, Core Mathematics and Integrated
Science or Social Studies.
Candidates must also have passes in any three (3)
business elective subjects.
BACHELOR OF COMMERCE (ACCOUNTING)
Candidates must have at least C6 (WASSCE) or D (SSSCE)
in Core English, Core Mathematics and Integrated
Science or Social Studies.
Candidates must also have passes in any three (3)
elective subjects including Financial Accounting.
BACHELOR OF COMMERCE (FINANCE)
Candidates must have at least C6 (WASSCE) or D (SSSCE)
in Core English, Core Mathematics and Integrated
Science or Social Studies.
Candidates must also have passes in any three (3)
business elective subjects or passes in Elective
Mathematics and Economics.
BACHELOR OF COMMERCE (PROCUREMENT)
Candidates must have at least C6 (WASSCE) or D (SSSCE)
in Core English, Core Mathematics and Integrated
Science or Social Studies.
Candidates must also have passes in any three (3)
business elective subjects.
BACHELOR OF COMMERCE (ADMINISTRATIVE
MANAGEMENT)
Candidates must have at least C6 (WASSCE) or D (SSSCE)
in Core English, Core Mathematics and Integrated
Science or Social Studies.
Candidates must also have passes in any three (3)
business elective subjects.
SCHOOL OF BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
Entry Requirements leading to Bachelor of Science
degrees in:
1. B.Sc. (Environmental Sciences)
2. B.Sc. (Molecular Biology and Biotechnology)
3. B.Sc. (Fisheries and Aquatic Science)
4. B.Sc. (Entomology and Wildlife)
5. B.Sc. (Forensic Science)
6. B.Sc. (Biochemistry)
7. B.Sc. (Nursing)
8. B.Sc. (Biological Science)
Candidates must obtain
a) passes in Core English, Core Mathematics and
Integrated Science or Social Studies.
b) passes in Biology, Chemistry, and Physics with
grades NOT lower than C6.
c) an overall aggregate of 36 or better in three core
and three elective subjects.
NOTE: Students who choose B.Sc. (Biological Science
would be selected into the various programmes at the
end of the second year except B.Sc. (Biochemistry) and
B.Sc. (Nursing)
B.Sc. (NURSING)
i. Candidates must have passes in all core subjects
including English, Mathematics and Integrated
Science or Social Studies
ii. In addition, candidates must have obtained good
grades in Biology, Physics, Chemistry, and
Elective Mathematics.
SCHOOL OF PHYSICAL SCIENCES
B.Sc. (CHEMISTRY)
B.Sc. (WATER & SANITATION)
B.Sc. (INDUSTRIAL CHEMISTRY)
Candidates must obtain
(a) passes in Core English, Core Mathematics and
Integrated Science or Social Studies
(b) passes in Chemistry and any two of the following
elective subjects: Physics, Elective Mathematics
and Biology, and
(c) an overall aggregate of 36 or better in three core
and three elective subjects.
B.Sc. (MATHEMATICS)
B.Sc. (STATISTICS)
B.Sc. (MATHEMATICS & STATISTICS)
Candidates must obtain
(a) passes in Core English, Core Mathematics and
Integrated Science or Social Studies
(b) passes in Elective Mathematics and any two of
the following elective subjects: Physics,
Chemistry, Economics and Biology/Technical
Drawing.
(c ) an overall aggregate of 36 or better in three core
and three elective subjects.
B.Sc. (MATHEMATICS WITH ECONOMICS)
B.Sc. (MATHEMATICS WITH BUSINESS)
Candidates must obtain
(a) passes in Core English, Core Mathematics and
Integrated Science or Social Studies
(b) passes in Elective Mathematics, Economics and any
one of the following elective subjects: Physics,
Chemistry, Business Management, Principles of Costing
and Accounting; and
(c) an overall aggregate of 36 or better in three core
and three elective subjects.
B. Sc. (ACTUARIAL SCIENCE)
Candidates must obtain
(a) passes in Core English, Core Mathematics and
Integrated Science or Social Studies;
(b) passes in Elective Mathematics and any two of
the following elective subjects: Physics,
Chemistry, Economics, Business Management,
Principles of Costing and Accounting; and
(c) an overall aggregate of 36 or better in three core
and three elective subjects.
B. Sc. (PHYSICS)
B. Sc. (ENGINEERING PHYSICS)
Candidates must obtain
(a) passes in Core English, Core Mathematics and
Integrated Science or Social Studies
(b) passes in Physics, Chemistry and Elective
Mathematics; and
(c) an overall aggregate of 36 or better in three core
and three elective subjects.
B. Sc. (METEOROLOGY AND ATMOSPHERIC PHYSICS)
Candidates must obtain
(a) passes in Core English, Core Mathematics and
Integrated Science or Social Studies
(b) passes in Physics, Chemistry, Elective
Mathematics and
(c) an overall aggregate of 36 or better in three core
and three elective subjects.
B. Sc. (COMPUTER SCIENCE)
Candidates must obtain
(a) passes in Core English, Core Mathematics and
Integrated Science or Social Studies
(b) passes in Elective Mathematics, Physics and any
one Elective subject; and
(c) an overall aggregate of 36 or better in three core
and three elective subjects.
B.Sc. (INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY)
Candidates must obtain
(a) passes in Core English, Core Mathematics and
Integrated Science or Social Studies
(b) passes in Elective Mathematics and any other
two elective subjects; and
(c) an overall aggregate of 36 or better in core and
elective subjects.
B.Sc. (LABORATORY TECHNOLOGY)
B.Sc. (MEDICAL LABORATORY TECHNOLOGY)
Candidates must obtain
(a) passes in Core English, Core Mathematics and
Integrated Science or Social Studies
(b) passes in Chemistry, Physics and any one of the
following elective subjects: Biology or Elective
Mathematics and
(c) an overall aggregate of 36 or better in three
core and three elective subjects.
DOCTOR OF OPTOMETRY*
Candidates must obtain
(a) passes in Core English, Core Mathematics and
Integrated Science or Social Studies
(b) passes in Chemistry, Physics and either Biology
or Elective Mathematics; and
(c) an overall aggregate of 36 or better in three core
and three elective subjects.
* This is a six-year (6) programme.
SCHOOL OF AGRICULTURE
B.Sc. (AGRICULTURE)
1. Candidates must possess credit passes (C6 for
WASSCE and D for SSSCE) in the three (3) Core subjects
(English Language, Mathematics and Integrated
Science/Social Studies) and three (3) Elective subjects.
2. In addition, candidates must have credit passes in
three (3) elective subjects under any of the options
listed below:
OPTION 1: General Agriculture, Chemistry, and any
one other Science/Agriculture subject.
OPTION 2: Chemistry, Biology and Physics/Elective
Mathematics.
OPTION 3: Any three subjects from the following
Agricultural Science electives – General Agriculture,
Crop Husbandry and Horticulture, Animal Husbandry,
Fisheries and Forestry.
B.Sc. (AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION & COMMUNITY
DEVELOPMENT)
i. Have credit passes (C6 for WASSCE and D for
SSSCE) in the following Core subjects: English,
Mathematics and Integrated Science or Social Studies.
ii. In addition, candidates must have credit passes
in three (3) elective subjects under any of the options
below:
OPTION 1: General Agriculture, Chemistry, and any
one other Agricultural Science subject
OPTION 2: Chemistry, Biology and Physics/Elective
Mathematics.
OPTION 3: Any three subjects from the following
Agricultural Science electives – General Agriculture,
Crop Husbandry and Horticulture, Animal Husbandry,
Fisheries and Forestry.
B.Sc. (AGRO-PROCESSING)
1. Candidates must possess credit passes (C6 for
WASSCE and D for SSSCE) in the three (3) Core subjects
(English Language, Mathematics and Integrated
Science/Social Studies) and three (3) Elective subjects.
2. In addition, candidates must have credit passes in
three (3) elective subjects under any of the options
listed below:
OPTION 1: General Agriculture, Chemistry, and any
one other Science/Agriculture subject.
OPTION 2: Chemistry, Biology and Physics/Elective
Mathematics.
OPTION 3: Any three subjects from the following
Agricultural Science electives – General Agriculture,
Crop Husbandry and Horticulture, Animal Husbandry,
Fisheries and Forestry.
B.Sc. (AGRIBUSINESS)
Candidates must have credit passes in three (3) of the
following core subjects: English Language, Mathematics
and Integrated Science or Social Studies.
In addition to the above, candidates must have credit
passes in three (3) elective subjects under any of the
options listed below:
OPTION 1: (Science Students): Chemistry, Physics or
Mathematics, and Biology or General Agriculture
OPTION 2: (Business Students): Economics,
Accounting, Business Management and Costing or
Elective Mathematics. Applicants with this combination
must have a minimum of grade D (for SSSCE) or C6 (for
WASSCE) in Integrated Science.
OPTION 3: (Arts Students): Economics, Elective
Mathematics and Geography or French. Applicants with
this combination must have a minimum of grade D (for
SSSCE) or C6 (for WASSCE) in Integrated Science.
OPTION 4: (Agriculture Students): General Agriculture
or Biology, Crop Husbandry and Horticulture, Animal
Husbandry, Fisheries, Forestry, Chemistry, Physics or
Elective Mathematic.
SCHOOL OF MEDICAL SCIENCES
Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MB, ChB)
i. Candidates must have passes in Core English,
Core Mathematics and Integrated Science
ii. In addition to the above, candidates must have
obtained good passes in three of the following
elective subjects: Biology, Chemistry, Physics,
Elective Mathematics.
iii. Applicants who satisfy the above requirements
must have a total aggregate of 08 or better in six
subjects (3 Core and 3 Electives) to qualify for
short listing.
iv. Applicants will be required to attend an
interview.
v. Applicants who are applying into the School of
Medical Sciences should note that the
programme is strictly FEE-PAYING.
GCE “A” LEVEL APPLICANTS
i. Credit passes at GCE “O” Level in 6 subjects
including English Language, Mathematics,
Biology, Chemistry and Physics.
ii. GCE “A” Level passes in three (3) of the
following: Physics, Chemistry, Biology, and
Mathematics, with aggregate 07 or better.
None of the grades should be lower than C.
iii. Selection will be subject to performance at
interview.
A level holders who obtained their result before 1997
will not be considered for admission.
POST-DIPLOMA CANDIDATES
The University of Cape Coast runs a full-time Post-
Diploma Degree Programme as follows:
Applicants in this category should fill the Post-Diploma
Application for Admission Forms.
BASIC ENTRY REQUIREMENTS:
A good Diploma (a minimum of Second Class Lower
Division or better) obtained from the University of Cape
Coast or equivalent institutions with at least two (2)
years post qualification teaching/working experience.
All candidates must pass an interview.
FACULTY OF ARTS
B.A. (ARTS)
i. ENGLISH
ii. FRENCH
iii. RELIGIOUS STUDIES
iv. GHANAIAN LANGUAGE
v. MUSIC
Candidates to be admitted to the Bachelor of Arts
Programme will have a two (2) hour examination in two
(2) subject areas, one of the subject area being the one
the candidate obtained his/her Diploma.
B. MUSIC
Applicants seeking admission to B. Music must posses
Diploma in Music or Diploma in Dance with a Second
Class Lower or better from any recognised institution.
Candidates will be admitted into Level 300
Candidates should ensure that the following documents
are submitted together with their application forms.
1. A certified academic transcript
2. A certified copy of Certificate
FACULTY OF EDUCATION
BACHELOR OF EDUCATION
i. MATHEMATICS
ii. SCIENCE
iii. PHYSICAL EDUCATION
iv. BASIC EDUCATION
v. HOME ECONOMICS
vi. BASIC EDUCATION (Evening Classes)
B.Ed. (SCIENCE)
i Candidates must have a minimum of five (5) GCE
credit passes including English Language, Mathematics
and at least two (2) Science subjects. GCE ‘A’ level
passes will be an advantage.
ii Candidates must also show proof that they have
done courses in any two (2) subjects from the following:
Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Economics and
Geography at the Diploma level.
B.Ed. (MATHEMATICS)
i Candidates must have a minimum of five (5) GCE
or WASSCE credit passes including English
Language, and Core Mathematics. In addition,
candidates must have credit passes in Additional
Mathematics or Elective Mathematics and any two (2)
of the following subjects: Physics, Chemistry, Biology,
Economics, Geography, Business Management and
Accounting.
ii Candidates must also show proof that they have
done a course in Mathematics and any two (2) subjects
from the following: Physics, Chemistry, Biology,
Economics, Geography, Business Management and
Accounting at the at the Diploma level.
B.Ed. (BASIC EDUCATION)
Candidates with Teacher’s Diploma from a recognized
institution in Basic Education.
Diploma in Basic Education applicants with a minimum
of 2nd Class Lower Division will be admitted into B.Ed
(Basic Education) at Level 300.
Applicants should ensure that the following documents
are submitted with their Application Form.
1. A Certified Academic transcript
2. Certificate
B.Ed. (EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION)
Candidates with Teacher’s Diploma in Early Childhood
Education from a recognized institution.
Diploma in Early Childhood Education applicants with a
minimum of 2nd Class Lower Division will be admitted
into B.Ed (Early Childhood Education) at Level 300.
Applicants should ensure that the following documents
are submitted with their Application Form.
1. A Certified Academic transcript
2. Certificate
B.Ed. (HOME ECONOMICS)
Candidates must possess HND in the following areas:
i. Hotel Catering and Institutional Management,
Hospital Management or Fashion Design.
ii. Candidates must attain a minimum of Second
Class Lower Division.
iii. Pass selection interview conducted by the
department.
The duration of the programme is three (3) years as
students have to take professional education courses in
addition to content courses that include a second
teaching subject – Management in Living.
Applicants should ensure that the following documents
are submitted together with their application forms.
1. A Certified Academic transcript
2. A Certified copy each of NABPTEX Certificate and
Result Slip.
B.Ed. (BASIC EDUCATION)
(Evening Classes Programme)
Candidates for entry to the programme must possess
Diploma (Basic Education) Certificate from the Institute
of Education, University of Cape Coast or its equivalent
from a recognized University or Institution.
SCHOOL OF PHYSICAL SCIENCES
B.Sc. (STATISTICS)
Candidates with a minimum of Second Class Lower or
better in HND Statistics will be admitted into level 300
after passing an entrance examination and interview.
Applicants should ensure that the following documents
are submitted together with their Application Forms.
1. A certified academic transcript
2. A certified copy of NABPTEX Certificate
B.Sc (WATER & SANITATION)
Applicants seeking admission to Level 300 shall possess
ANY of the following qualifications:
(a) Diploma in Water and Sanitation from the
University of Cape Coast with Second Class
(Lower Division) or better;
(b) HND in Civil/Chemical, Agricultural or
Mechanical Engineering from a recognized
Polytechnic or equivalent institution with Second
Class (Upper Division) or better.
(c) Diploma in Environmental Health or
Environmental Health Technology from a
recognized institution with Second Class (Lower
Division) or better.
Applicants should ensure that the following documents
are submitted together’ with their Application Form;
1. A certified academic transcript
2. A certified copy of NABPTEX Certificate
SCHOOL OF BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
B.Sc. (NURSING)
1. Professionals with Registered General Nursing
Certificate with the basic University entry
requirement must have at least Second Class
(Lower Division) or better. Such candidates may
be admitted into level 300 after passing an
interview.
2. Professionals with State Registered Nursing
Certificate may be admitted into level 200
after passing an interview.
Applicants should ensure that a certified academic
transcript is submitted together with their application
forms.
FACULTY OF SOCIAL SCIENCES
B.A. (SOCIAL SCIENCES)
HND (Mechanical Engineering) with specialization in
Transport Fleet Management and a minimum of Second
Class Upper Division.
Applicants should ensure that the following documents
are submitted together with their Application Form;
1. A certified academic transcript
2. A certified copy of NABPTEX Certificate
Applicants will be admitted to level 300
SCHOOL OF BUSINESS
BACHELOR OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES
Candidates with Higher National Diploma (HND) in
(Secretaryship and Management Studies) with a
minimum of Second Class Upper or better may be
admitted to Level 300. Other HND holders with at least
Second Class may be admitted to Level 200.
Applicants should ensure that the following documents
are submitted together with their application forms.
1. A Certified Academic transcript
2. A Certified copy of NABPTEX Certificate
BACHELOR OF COMMERCE (ACCOUNTING)
Candidates with Higher National Diploma (HND) in
Accountancy with at least Second Class (Upper Division)
are eligible. Candidates with Diploma in Accounting
awarded by a recognized University are also eligible.
Candidates under this category will be admitted to
commence the programme at Level 300.
Applicants should ensure that the following documents
are submitted together with their application forms.
1. A Certified Academic transcript
2. A Certified copy of NABPTEX Certificate
BACHELOR OF COMMERCE (FINANCE)
Candidates with Higher National Diploma (HND) in
business related programmes with at least Second Class
(Upper Division) may be admitted to Level 300. Other
HND holders with at least Second Class may be
admitted to Level 200.
Applicants should ensure that the following documents
are submitted together with their application forms.
1. A Certified Academic transcript
2. A Certified copy of NABPTEX Certificate
BACHELOR OF COMMERCE (PROCUREMENT)
Candidates with Higher National Diploma (HND) in
Purchasing and Supply with a minimum of Second Class
(Upper Division) may be admitted to Level 300. Other
HND holders with at least Second Class may be
admitted to Level 200.
Applicants should ensure that the following documents
are submitted together with their application forms.
1. A Certified Academic transcript
2. A Certified copy of NABPTEX Certificate
BACHELOR OF COMMERCE (ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT)
Candidates with Higher National Diploma (HND) in
Management and Secretaryship with a minimum of
Second Class (Upper Division) may be admitted to Level
300. Other HND holders with at least Second Class
(Lower Division) may be admitted to Level 200.
Applicants should ensure that the following documents
are submitted together with their application forms.
1. A Certified Academic transcript
2. A Certified copy of NABPTEX Certificate
BACHELOR OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES
Professional/Business Examination Certificate Holders
Professional Certificate Holders
Candidates with part of Professional Accountancy
Certificates with a minimum of Part 1 or Foundation
Stage of the Institute of Chartered Accountants may be
considered for admission.
General Business Certificate Examination and
Advanced Business Certificate Examination
Candidates with four (4) passes at Advanced Business
Certificate Examination of at least Grade ‘C’ in Financial
Accounting and Economics plus any other two subjects.
In addition, candidates should have at least 5 credit
passes including English Language and Mathematics at
GBCE/SSSCE/WASSCE/GCE ‘O’ Level.
BACHELOR OF COMMERCE (ACOUNTING)
Professional/Business Examination Certificate Holders
Professional Certificate Holders
Candidates with Part 1 of the following Professional
Accountancy Bodies: Institute of Chartered Accountants
(Ghana), Chartered Institute of Management
Accountants, Association of Chartered Certified
Accountants, and Institute of Chartered Secretaries and
Administrators.
General Business Certificate Examination and
Advanced Business Certificate Examination
Candidates must obtain at least five credit passes in
English, Business Mathematics, Financial Accounting,
Cost Accounting, Economics and Commerce.
Candidates must also have passes in at least two (2)
subjects at the Advanced Business Certificate
Examination, one of which should be Financial
Accounting.
BACHELOR OF COMMERCE (FINANCE)
Professional/Business Examination Certificate Holders
Professional Certificate Holders
Candidates with Part 1 of the following Professional
Accountancy Bodies: Institute of Chartered Accountants
(Ghana), Chartered Institute of Management
Accountants, Association of Chartered Certified
Accountants, and Institute of Chartered Secretaries and
Administrators and Chartered Financial Analysts.
General Business Certificate Examination and
Advanced Business Certificate Examination
Candidates must obtain at least five credit passes in
English, Business Mathematics, Financial Accounting,
Cost Accounting and Commerce. Candidates must also
have passes in two (2) subjects at the Advanced
Business Certificate Examination, one of which should
be Financial Accounting.
BACHELOR OF COMMERCE (PROCUREMENT)
Professional/Business Examination Certificate Holders
Professional Certificate Holders
Candidates with Part 1 of the Institute of Chartered
Secretaries and Administrators are eligible to apply.
General Business Certificate Examination and
Advanced Business Certificate Examination
Candidates must obtain at least five credit passes in
English, Business Mathematics, Economics and
Commerce. Candidates must also have passes in at
least two (2) subjects at the Advanced Business
Certificate Examination.
BACHELOR OF COMMERCE (ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT)
Professional/Business Examination Certificate Holders
Professional Certificate Holders
Candidates with Part 1 of the Institute of Chartered
Secretaries and Administrators are eligible to apply.
General Business Certificate Examination and
Advanced Business Certificate Examination
Candidates must obtain at least five credit passes in
English, Business Mathematics, Economics and
Commerce. Candidates must also have passes in at
least two (2) subjects at the Advanced Business
Certificate Examination.
B.Sc. (AGRICULTURE)
The School of Agriculture offers a 3-year Post-Diploma
programme leading to the award of a B.Sc. (Agriculture)
degree. Successful applicants join the regular B.Sc.
(Agriculture) class at Level 200. To qualify for admission
into the programme, candidates must satisfy all of the
following requirements:
1. Possess a Diploma in Agriculture or a related
field, from a recognized University or Polytechnic.
2. Must have Credit passes (WASSCE or SSSCE) in
English Language and Mathematics; OR should have
passed the Mature Entrance Examinations organized by
the University of Cape Coast.
3. In addition, candidates are expected to pass a
selection interview.
4. Candidates must include with their completed
Application Forms, certified copies of all certificates and
academic transcripts relevant to their application for
verification purposes.
B.Sc. (ANIMAL HEALTH)
The School of Agriculture offers a 2-year Post-Diploma
B.Sc. (Animal Health) programme mounted primarily for
staff of the Ministry of Food and Agriculture (MoFA);
candidates from other organizations (private farms and
NGOs etc) may be considered for a place on the
programme as fee-paying students.
To qualify for admission into the programme,
candidates must:
1. Possess a Veterinary Assistant (Technical Officer)
Certificate from the Animal Production and
Health College (Pong-Tamale) or allied
institutions offering Certificate progammes with
strong animal health content.
2. In addition, have a Diploma in Animal Health
from the University of Ghana or any other
recognized tertiary institution with strong
animal health content.
3. Have a minimum of three (3) years post-diploma
field or working experience.
4. Pass a selection interview
5. Candidates must include with their completed
Application Forms certified copies of all
certificates and academic transcripts relevant to
the application.
Transcripts must show a semester-by-semester GPA
and FCGPA and proof that candidates have passed
courses in English Language, Mathematics and the
Sciences (Chemistry, Physics and Biology).
B.Sc. (AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION)
The School of Agriculture offers a 2-year Post-Diploma
B.Sc. (Agricultural Extension) programme mounted
primarily for staff of the Ministry of Food and
Agriculture (MoFA); candidates from other
organizations (private farms and NGOs) may be
considered for a place on the programme as fee-paying
students, whenever possible.
To qualify for admission into the programme,
candidates must:
1. Possess a Diploma in Agriculture or a related field
from a recognized tertiary institution.
2. Have a minimum of three (3) years post-diploma field
or working experience.
3. Pass a selection interview
Candidates must include with their completed
Application Forms, certified copies of all certificates
and academic transcripts relevant to the application.
Transcripts must show a semester-by-semester GPA and
FCGPA and proof that candidates have passed courses
in English Language, Mathematics and the Sciences
(Chemistry, Physics and Biology).
FACULTY OF LAW
BACHELOR OF LAWS
Candidates seeking admission to the LLB programme
must:
i. Have obtained a good first degree in any field of
study from a recognized University with at
least a 2nd Class Lower Division or have
obtained post-graduate qualification from a
recognized University.
ii. Submit official transcripts of academic record.
iii. Submit at least two referees’ reports, one of
which must be from a former lecturer.
iv. Pass a selection interview.
v. Show capacity for a demanding full time study;
availability by show of released letter from
employers; and ability to pay.
GENERAL INFORMATION TO APPLICANTS
GRADING SYSTEM FOR WASSCE APPLICANTS
GRADE NUMERICAL VALUE
A1 1
B2 2
B3 3
C4 4
C5 5
C6 6
The total aggregate for WASSCE applicants is 36. The
grades for three (3) core subjects; English Language,
Mathematics and Intergrated Science or Social Studies
and any three (3) relevant electives should be grade C6
or better.
GRADING SYSTEM FOR SSSCE APPLICANTS
GRADE NUMERICAL VALUE
A 1
B 2
C 3
D 4
The total aggregate for SSSCE applicants is 24. The
grades for three (3) core subjects; English Language,
Mathematics and Integrated Science or Social Studies
and any three (3) relevant electives should be grade D
or better.
INFORMATION FOR FEE-PAYING APPLICANTS
Fee-paying facilities are available for
candidates/applicants who are unable to meet the
competitive cut-off points determined by the Joint
Admissions Board.
Applicants who wish to be considered may complete
and attach the fee-paying forms (available at the sale
centres) or downloaded from the university’s
admissions portal to their printed online application
forms. Such candidates shall be required to meet the
minimum admission requirements. Copies of last year’s
cut-off points for the various programmes are available
at the sale centres for guidance.
SCHOOL OF MEDICAL SCIENCES
Applicants who are applying into School of Medical
Sciences should note that the programme is strictly feepaying
ONLINE APPLICATIONS
Online applicants should visit www.ucc.edu.gh, go to
Admissions and then click on Apply Online for further
instructions.
SUBMISSION OF COMPLETED APPLICATION FORMS
Applicants are required to give the following
information at the back of the large EMS envelope: (a)
full name (b) postal address (c) first choice programme
and (d) circle the application category.
Application forms received without Application
Reference Numbers, results slips, transcripts and
certificates for post-diploma other applicants will not be
processed.
A change of programme after the submission of
application form will NOT be allowed.
Completed online application forms accompanied by
copies of results slip should be sent by POST and NOT
delivered by hand.
Completed application forms should reach the Deputy
Registrar, Division of Academic Affairs (DAA),
University of Cape Coast not later than Wednesday,
April.
Applicants are to ensure that online application forms
are posted early enough to reach the Admissions Office
before the deadline for submission of completed
application forms.
No additional documents will be accepted after
submission of completed application forms. Applicants
are to note that only photocopies of certificates or
result slips should accompany completed application
forms.
Original results/certificates of applicants offered
admission will be inspected before registration. The
documents accompanying the application forms are not
returnable
PROGRAMMES AVAILABLE FOR ACADEMIC YEAR
The following programmes are available for the  Academic year
SSSCE/WASSCE applicants should ensure that the programme codes indicate below.
FACULTY OF ARTS
Programmes
Code SSSCE/WASSCE Candidates Post-Diploma Candidates
01 B.A. (Arts) B.A. (Arts)
02 B.A. (African Studies)
03 B.A. (Theatre Studies)
04 B. Mus. B. Mus.
06 B.A. (Film Studies)
07 B.A. (Dance)
08 B.A. (Communication Studies)
FACULTY OF EDUCATION
Programmes
Code SSSCE/WASSCE Candidates Post-Diploma Candidates
09 B.Ed. (Arts)
10 B.Ed. (Social Sciences)
11 B.Ed. (Social Studies)
12 B.Ed. (Management)
13 B.Ed. (Physical Education) B.Ed. (Physical Education)
14 B.Ed. (Science) B.Ed. (Science)
15 B.Ed. (Mathematics) B.Ed. (Mathematics)
16 B.Ed. (Computer Science)
17 B.Ed. (Basic Education) B.Ed. (Basic Education)
18 B.Ed. (Early Childhood
Education)
B.Ed. (Early Childhood
Education)
19 B.Ed. (Home Economics) B.Ed. (Home Economics)
20 B.Sc. (Psychology)
53 B.Ed. (Accounting)
SCHOOL OF BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
Programmes
Code SSSCE/WASSCE Candidates Post-Diploma Candidates
21 B.Sc. (Molecular Biology & Biotech)
23 B.Sc. (Fisheries & Aquatic Sciences)
24 B.Sc. (Entomology & Wildlife)
25 B.Sc. (Forensic Science)
26 B.Sc. (Biochemistry)
29 B.Sc. (Environmental Sciences)
43 B.Sc. (Nursing) B.Sc. (Nursing)
62 B.Sc. (Biological Science)
Applicants who intend to read programmes under the School of Biological Sciences will be
offered General Biology courses in the first two (2) years except B.Sc. (Biochemistry) and
B.Sc. (Nursing) students.
Students will be confirmed into the specialized programmes in the third year of their study.
SCHOOL OF PHYSICAL SCIENCES
Programmes
Code SSSCE/WASSCE Candidates Post-Diploma Candidates
22 B.Sc. (Laboratory Technology)
27 B.Sc. (Chemistry)
28 B.Sc. (Computer Science)
30 B.Sc. (Water & Sanitation) B.Sc. (Water & San.)
31 B.Sc. (Industrial Chemistry)
32 B.Sc. (Mathematics)
33 B.Sc. (Statistics) B.Sc. (Statistics)
34 B.Sc. (Mathematics & Statistics)
35 B.Sc. (Mathematics with Economics)
36 B.Sc. (Mathematics with Business)
37 B.Sc. (Acturial Science)
38 B.Sc. (Physics)
39 B.Sc. (Engineering Physics)
40 B.Sc. (Information Technology)
41 Doctor of Optometry
42 B.Sc. (Medical Lab. Technology)
55 B.Sc. (Meteorology & Atmospheric Physics)
SCHOOL OF MEDICAL SCIENCES
Programmes
Code SSSCE/WASSCE Candidates Post-Diploma Candidates
44 Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MB, Ch B)
SCHOOL OF AGRICULTURE SCIENCE
Programmes
Code SSSCE/WASSCE Candidates Post-Diploma Candidates
45 B.Sc. (Agriculture) B.Sc. (Agriculture)
54 B.Sc. (Agricultural Extension
& Community Development)
B.Sc. (Agricultural Extension)
57 B.Sc. (Agro-Processing)
58 B.Sc. (Agribusiness)
FACULTY OF SOCIAL SCIENCES
Programmes
Code SSSCE/WASSCE Candidates Post-Diploma Candidates
46 B.Sc. (Tourism Management) B.Sc. (Tourism Management)
47 B.A. (Population & Health)
48 B.A. (Social Sciences)
51 B.Sc. (Hospitality Management) B.Sc. (Hospitality Management)
52 B.A. (Anthropology)
56 B.Sc. (Geography & Regional Planning
SCHOOL OF BUSINESS
Programmes
Code SSSCE/WASSCE Candidates Post-Diploma Candidates
49 Bachelor of Management Studies Bachelor of Management Studies
50 Bachelor of Commerce Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting)
(Accounting)
59 Bachelor of Commerce (Finance) Bachelor of Commerce (Finance)
60 Bachelor of Commerce
(Procurement Management)
Bachelor of Commerce (Procurement
Management)
61 Bachelor of Commerce
(Administrative Management)
Bachelor of Commerce (Administrative
Management)
ELECTIVE SUBJECTS AND CODES FOR SSS APPLICANTS ONLY
CODE SUBJECTS CODE ELECTIVE SUBJECTS CODE ELECTIVE SUBJECT
001 011 021
002 012 022
003 013 023
004 014 024
005 015 025
006 016 026
007 017 027
008 018 028
009 019 029
010 020 030
General Agriculture Prin. of Costing Management in Living
Farm Mechanisation Clerical & Office Duties Clothing & Textiles
Horticulture Typewriting (40w.p.m.) Foods & Nutrition
Agric. Econs. & Ext. Tech. Draw & Eng. Science Gen. Knowledge in Art
Animal Husbandry Building Construction Basketry
Forestry Woodwork Leatherwork
Fisheries Metalwork Graphic Design
Crop Husb. & Horticulture Applied Electricity Picture Making
Business Management Electronics Ceramics
Financial Accounting Auto Mechanics Sculpture
031 Textile 039 Fante 047 Governmen
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t
English Language Ga Christian Rel. Studies
Literature in English Nzema Islamic Religious Studies
French Twi (Akwapim) Music
Dangbe Twi (Asante) Biology
Dagaare History Physics
Dagbani Economics Chemistry
Ewe Geography Elective Mathematic
032 040 048
033 041 049
034 042 050
035 043 051
036 044 052
037 045 053
038 046 054