Admin / 30 Dec 2015
The primary objective of the BSc Banking & Finance is to develop leaders for the business, government, and educational communities and to assist them in making contributions to society. This is in sync with Ghana Christian University College’s mission, which is to nurture and equip leaders with a distinctive Christian world-view to transform communities and organizations in which they serve.
Aims of the programme:
BSc Banking & Finance degree is designed to
SSSCE Applicants: An average score of twenty-four (24) or better comprising (A-D) in three (3) Core Subjects i.e. English Language, Mathematics and Integrated Science and in three (3) Elective Subjects (A-D) as prescribed.
WASSCE Applicants: An average score of thirty-six (36) or better comprising (A1-C6) in three Core Subjects i.e. English Language, Mathematics and Integrated Science and in three (3) Elective Subjects (A1-C6) as prescribed.
General Certificate of Education (GCE) Advanced Level Applicants: Passes in three (3) subjects (at least, one of the passes should be Grade D or better). Also, the applicant must have had credit passes (Grade 6) in five GCE Ordinary Level subjects including English Language, Mathematics and a Science subject (for non-science students) and an Arts subject (for Science students) as prescribed.
General Business Certificate Examination (GBCE) Candidates: Credit passes (A-D) in six (6) subjects comprising three (3) core subjects including English Language and Mathematics plus three (3) relevant electives subjects.
Advanced Business Certificate Examination (ABCE) Candidates: Full diploma certificate in ABCE: The applicant must have had Credit passes (A-D) in six (5) subjects including English Language, Mathematics, Integrated Science or Social Studies in General Business Certificate Examination (GBCE) or Senior School Certificate Examination (SSSCE) or West African Secondary School Certificate Examination (WASSCE). ABCE candidates may be considered for admission to level 200 of the degree programme.
Professional and other Qualifications: All professional qualifications and any other qualifications beyond the ones specified above must be referred to the National Accreditation Board for the establishment of their equivalences, to determine their eligibility for admission.
Mature Student’s: Candidates must have attained the age of 25 years or above, in addition to credit passes in English Language and Mathematics in SSSCE/WASSCE or any other nationally recognised standard High School level examinations (for qualifications from countries outside WAEC’s aegis). The applicants must passed Matured Students’ Entrance Examination moderated and marked scripts vetted by University for Development Studies (UDS). All mature students are admitted to the second year of the programme.
Foreign Students: Foreign students may be admitted on the basis of qualification from their home country for which the National Accreditation Board (NAB) shall determine equivalences and eligibility. Evidence of proficiency in English Language will be required in the case of applicants from non English speaking countries.
After completion, graduates can work as financial managers, and securities and commodities managers in financial services sales. There's also an opportunity to work in the area of financial and credit analysis. There is also the option of working as investment and retail bankers in the sector.