All Nations University College School Of Engineering

All Nations University College School Of Engineering

The School of Engineering runs five Departments. Biomedical Engineering,Computer Engineering, Computer Science (BSc. Hons.),Electronics and Communications Engineering,Oil and Gas Engineering.

Biomedical Engineering Department

Biomedical Engineering uses engineering principles in physical sciences, biological and medical sciences to improve diagnoses, and treatment in healthcare delivery. It combines the design and problem solving skills of engineering with medical and biological sciences to improve healthcare diagnosis and treatment. The Department of Biomedical Engineering was established in 2006 (the first in West Africa) for the purpose of con-tributing to the growing healthcare needs of Ghana in the area of hospital equipment and technical expertise.

About 490 students are in the Biomedical Engineering Department.Our teaching and research focus is to equip students with the knowledge re-quired to effectively contribute to national development in the areas of design of medical instruments, devices and software, and to conduct re-search to solve clinical problems.

 

The Department has the following well-equipped laboratories:

  •     Bio-transducers and Electrodes Laboratory
  •     Biomedical Instrumentation Laboratory
  •     Biomedical Instrumentation Laboratory
  •     Bio-sensors and Simulation Laboratory
  •     Bio-sensors and Simulation Laboratory

Department of Computer Engineering

Bachelor of Computer Engineering degree is an in-depth study of Engi-neering software and hardware concepts of Computer Education. This Department was set up to train highly skilled Computer Engineers and professionals to meet the ever increasing demands of hi-tech in a vibrant modern technological age. The academic programme began in September 2006 with 12 students.

Department of Computer Science (BSc. Hons.)

 The Computer Science department was established to train highly skilled Computer Scientists and professionals to meet the ever increasing tech-nological demands of modern society. The academic programme began in November 2002, with only 8 students; today there are 200. During the re-accreditation process in 2005, an international team of experts ad-judged the programme to be the strongest in Africa,therefore recom-mended for the programme to be upgraded from B.Sc. Computer Science to B.Sc. (Hons) Computer Science.

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