The Bachelor of Science in Information Technology degree provides graduates with the knowledge, skills and competencies they need to analyse and solve problems across all systems and IT functions within an organisation.
Teaching methods: Students learn through a variety of methods including lectures and discussion, case studies, small group work, simulations, field work and mini projects.
Study options: Regular, weekend and evening classes are available.
Wisconsin’s Faculty of Law offers a three-year and a four-year Bachelor of Laws (LL.B) programme aimed at preparing students for careers in the legal sector.
This could be as legal practitioners (solicitors, barristers, magistrates or other court officials) or as legal advisors in corporate organisations, public or private sector or NGOs helping to make Ghana & the world a better place.
Graduates may go on to acquire their professional/ bar qualification to practice as legal practitioners.
WIUC intends to train and to prepare nurses with holistic-evidence based knowledge, access to real-time nursing care and skill sets adequate to meet the healthcare demands in compliance with contemporary socio-cultural health system.
Our vision is to be the Nursing Educational Centre of Excellence providing exceptional and professional nurses serving globally and training professional nurses with broad-based knowledge and expertise for the management of contemporary health problems.
The School of Research and Graduate Studies offers anyone with a first degree the opportunity to advance to a Master’s Degree. If you are looking to gain a Master’s Degree in your Career, this is the place for you.
Our Master’s Program are as follows:
MBA with Options in Management Information Systems, Project Management, Human Resource Management, Marketing, and Finance, MSc Environmental Sustainability and Management; MA Adult Education Community Development and Human Resource Development) and MA International Relations.