The backbone of most companies today is Information Technology (IT), and as such, companies need technology managers to design, implement and maintain the technological structure of hardware devices, software programmes, networks and communication systems. In this course, you will learn how to develop creative solutions to business and technology issues, and explore the specialised IT support needed to run modern businesses.
This programme is widely taught as full time or part-time at all levels.
Prior qualification in General Science (especially Physics) is ideal for enrollment in this course.
Credit passes (A1 – C6) in core subjects Credit passes in any three (3) Elective subjects.
WASSCE/SSSCE West African Sub-Region
• An applicant must have at least credits (A1 - C6) in English, Core subjects and three relevant elective subjects • Total aggregate must not exceed 24 for the sciences and 30 for the humanities.
Candidates with the Ordinary Diploma or Higher National Diploma (HND) from a recognised University or Polytechnic with a good Second Class Lower or Cumulative Weighted Average (CWA) of 70% or Grade Point Average of 2.5 and above after a successful interview (depending on the university) would be admitted into the second year of the Programme.
• Must be, at least, 25 years by (*certain date). • Should have a minimum of GCE/SSSCE/WASSCE Certificate or an equivalent qualification. • Must pass a University Entrance Exam.
GCE (Cambridge) – ‘A’ and ‘O’ Levels
• Applicants must have three relevant subjects at the Cambridge ‘A’ Levels. • They must also have at least five (5) passes including English and Mathematics at the Cambridge ‘O’ Level
American High School Grade 12
An applicant must have a Final Grade Point of at least 3.0
Masters (MPhil, MA, MSc) A good first degree (at least a second class lower division) in a relevant field of study at any recognised University.
Normally a Master’s degree with research in the relevant field will be required for admission to this programme. Where an applicant is judged to have any deficiency, this may be remedied by requiring the applicant to make up as appropriate either by course work or mini-project or both.
Students are assessed by any combination of three assessment methods: quizzes/interim/mid-semester tests, and project works completed throughout the course; and written examinations at the end of each course. The exact mix of these methods differs between universities, subject areas, years of study and individual courses. Most degree projects are typically assessed on the basis of a written dissertation during your final year of study.
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