AUCC is accredited by the National Accreditation Board and affiliated with the University of Ghana for the running of its four-year B.Sc. in Business Administration degree programme.
AUCC requires that all courses offered assess student mastery of specific core values and competencies.
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The Sam E. Jonah School of Business creates value by being a leading provider of distinctive academic and professional programmes in business education and producing graduates who are globally knowledgeable, but locally relevant problem solvers.
Our faculty is committed to teaching and nurturing students through an educational process that allows our graduates to embody values of ethical management, principled leadership and integrity that will help shape the business world. The aims and objectives for each of our programmes are:
In the first two years at the University College, students will pursue a general course of study intended to fulfill the school’s core liberal studies and general business requirements.
Students will be assigned to their specific departments of study at the end of the last semester of Level 200. Students have to apply to their department of choice, and may have to meet specific entry requirements, before receiving admission. Each department will have to publicise and make known to students specific entry requirements at the beginning of their course of study.
At the end of the programme, a student will be awarded the B.Sc. in Business Administration with the appropriately designated specialisation provided he/she was properly admitted to the programme, followed the approved courses of study over the prescribed period, has satisfied all conditions of the University College, including the academic and faculty requirements as well as statutory administrative requirements.