List of Courses offered in All Nations University
The long list of Courses offered in All Nations University are detailed. The courses are well structured and loaded to the benefit of the individual students. These courses are listed below
School of Business of the All Nations University
The School of Business opened its doors to the first intake of 20 students in November 2002, but today the school of business can boast of about 1,100 students, who are enrolled in regular evening and weekend programmes. There are five Departments run by the School of Business. The departments are listed below;
- Accounting Department
- Banking and Finance Department
- Entrepreneurship Department
- Human Resource Management Department
- Marketing Department
Associate Dean of School of Business of All Nations University
Dr. Mark Boadu B.Sc. (Ed) (University of Cape Coast, Ghana ); Master in Public Administration (University of Ghana, Legon) and Ph.D (Ply-mouth University, UK). ‘
The School of engineering
The School of Engineering runs five Departments. These departments are;
- Department of Biomedical Engineering
- Department of Computer Engineering
- Department of Computer Science (BSc. Hons.)
- Department of Electronics and Communications Engineering
- Department of Oil and Gas Engineering
Dean of School of Engineering of All Nations University.
Prof. Paul K. Blay, B.Sc., (University of Ghana), M.Sc (Imperial Col-lege), DIC, Ph.D. (University of London).
School of humanities and science
The School of Humanities and Sciences runs three departments;
- The Department of Biblical Studies
- The Department of Humanities and Social Sciences
- The Department of Nursing.
Dean of School of Humanities and Sciences
Rev. Dr. Prince S. Conteh, B.Th./HCPS (Sierra Leone Theological Col-lege), M.A., Ph.D. (Trinity Western University, Canada), Th.D. (University of South Africa).
The above mentioned are the courses offered in All Nations University in Ghana as at the time this list was compiled. Changes in the form of addition or withdrawer of courses are very possible as and when they were deem necessary by the management of the institution.