The University of Cape Coast's (UCC) School of Business is aspiring to become one of the best business schools in the country and beyond.
The traditional areas notably include marketing, finance, accounting and human resource management. It also introduced new areas such as Procurement and supply chain management, project management, public policy and entrepreneurship few years ago.
The School of Business runs its Sandwich programs for both undergraduate and master students with its major focus on the master's programmes.
It is to note that, the school was only running Master of Administration (MBA) programmes under its Sandwich education for master students. As such, applicants who had hopes of doing Master of Commerce programs under the Sandwich system were denied the opportunity.
Now, the good news is that graduates with MBAs who want to own MCOM degrees can now apply for Top-up into their areas of specialty.
This means that new applicants without masters degrees cannot apply for the Top-up programs. Thus, this new top-up programs are only available to applicants who already possess Master of Business Administration degrees and wishes to become Master of Commerce graduates.
Per the notice, this opportunity is available to all interested applicants in all the six departments in the School of Business, UCC. These courses specifically include:
Master of Commerce in General Management
Master of Commerce in Marketing
Master of Commerce in Project Management
Master of Commerce in Procurement and Supply Chain Management
Master of Commerce in Finance
Master of Commerce in Accounting, among others.
It is to note that, the school has started receiving applications from interested students and interested applicants are entreated to purchase their admission forms and complete the form by following the guideline in the notice below.
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