University of Cape Coast Centre for Continuing Education
The University of Cape Coast (UCC) Centre for Continuing Education is to assume the status of a college from the 2014/2015 academic year.
According to the Vice Chancellor of the university, Professor Dominic Kuupole, the upgrading, which had been approved by the academic board, was expected to make the centre more autonomous and competitive to undertake effective and efficient policies.
The centre is also to introduce graduate programmes by distance learning from this January to allow academic progression for students who have completed their programmes by distance learning.
The first batch of postgraduate students will start school this January.
Courses available include; Master of Education (M.Ed) Administration in Higher Education, Measurement and Evaluation, Guidance and Counselling, Educational Psychology and Special Education. The business courses include; Human Resource Management, Banking and Finance, Accountancy and Management Studies.