Academic Programmes

The Department currently runs two HND programmes; HND Computer Science and HND Information Communication Technology. The demand for well-trained practitioners in the ICT industry continues to grow. To help meet this demand, the HND Computer Science as well as HND ICT will provide the opportunity for studies in these areas. The HND Computer Science programme is intended to provide skills and knowledge that its graduates require to successfully work on technology assignments such as computer networks, information security, software development and software management, computing fundamentals, digital and logic design of IT systems, information management and security, database management and design, programming, web technologies, digital signal processing.

  • Database Development - 5 weeks
  • Computerized Accounting - 7 weeks
  • Hardware with Assembling - 5 weeks
  • Introduction to Computers - 5 weeks
  • Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access) - 8 days per application
  • Networking - 3 months
  • Publishing - 2 months
  • Target Groups for Programmes

  • WASSCE/SSSCE/RSA (New Scheme) Applicants
  • G.C. E Holders
  • Mature Students
  • For Certificate programmes

  • Managers
  • Craftsman
  • Artisans
  • JHS
  • SHS
  • Graduates
  • All level of Profession
  • The General Public
  • All these categories must have requisite qualification

    Job Opportunities

    Our graduates are envisaged to be employed in several areas that contribute to our national development: Government Institutions, Corporate Institutions, Educational Institutions, Financial institutions, NGO's etc.

    It is also envisaged that graduates from these two programmes will set up their own micro, small and medium scale IT business units and become employers to help solve the country's unemployment problems.

    Facilities.

    The Computer Science Department manages the University's main Computer Laboratories and a new ICT Laboratory. The laboratories are open to students from 7am to 7pm in organized groups each day.