LLB Modular Programme
The modular programmes is designed especially for students with work scheduling difficulties who are both prepared and able to take significant time off from work and come into the program to complete specific modules at a time.
Interested applicants must have been awarded a first degree in any relevant discipline and must have obtained a minimum of a lower division.
The minimum requirements for admission are:
- A bachelor’s degree in any discipline from an approved/recognized university with a minimum of Second Class (Lower Division); OR
- A professional chartered qualification such as ACCA, ICA, ICSA, CIPS and CIMA; and
An interview will be conducted on the basis of performance in the entrance exam. Only applicants who are shortlisted will be notified.
The programme is for a duration of three (3) academic years.
|Ghana Legal System||Law of Torts I & II|
|Legal Method||Law of immovable property I & II|
|Constitutional Law I & II||Equity and succession I & II|
|Law of Contract I & II||Jurisprudence I & II|
|Criminal Law I & II||Long Essay I & II|
|Commercial Law I & II||Environmental Law|
|Conflict of Law I & II||Law of Devolution and Decentralization|
|Public International Law I & II||Labour and Employment Law|
|Company Law I & II||Security Transactions Law|
|International Trade and Investment Law||Law of Banking|
|Administrative Law||Law of Trust|
|ECOWAS Law||Insurance Law|
|Human Rights Law||Family and Domestic Relations Law|
|Policymaking and The Law||Taxation and Revenue Law|
|Alternative Dispute Resolution||Intellectual Property Law|
|Media Law||Criminology and Forensics|