Degree Type: 

Bachelor of Education

Department: 

Department of Arts Education

Modes of Study: 

Regular

About Programme: 

You can find a job in the following areas:   

  • Teaching
  •  Educational Administration
  •  Print and Electronic media
  •  Administration

Entry Requirements: 

The elective passes should include any three (3) of the following subjects: Literature in English, French, Ghanaian Language (Akan/Ewe/Dagare/ Ga), History, Religious Studies and Music. 

The following are the various combinations • English/French

• English/Ghanaian Language

• English/Religious Studies

• English/Music

• English/History

• French/Ghanaian Language

• French/Religious Studies

• French/Music

• French/History

• Ghanaian Language/Religious Studies

• Ghanaian Language/Music

• Ghanaian Language/History

• History/Religious Studies

• History/Music

• Music/Religious Studies

Career Opportunities: 

You can find a job in the following areas:     Teaching

 Educational Administration

 Print and Electronic media

 Administration

Programme Structure

Level 100

First Semester

CLA 101: Introduction to Greek Civilization
2 Credit(s)

This course introduces students to the foundations of Western Arts through the study of ancient Greek Civilization. Students will have a broad exposure

to the Literature and Political and Social life of the ancient Greeks.

CMS 107: Communicative Skills I
3 Credit(s)

Engaging in academic work at the university is challenging. This course is aimed at equipping fresh students to make the transition from pre-university level to the university level. It assists them in engaging and succeeding in complex academic tasks in speaking, listening, reading and writing. It also provides an introduction to university studies by equipping students with skills that will help them to engage in academic discourse with confidence and fluency.

EAS 102: Religious & Moral Education for JSS
3 Credit(s)

These courses are designed particularly to take students through the syllabuses of various subject areas for JSS to give them an in-depth knowledge of content. This will enable them to handle content effectively.

EAS 103: English for JSS
3 Credit(s)

These courses are designed particularly to take students through the syllabuses of various subject areas for JSS to give them an in-depth knowledge of content. This will enable them to handle content effectively.

EAS 104: English for SSS
3 Credit(s)

These courses are designed particularly to take students through the syllabuses of various subjects areas for SSS to give them an in-depth knowledge of content. This will enable them to handle content effectively.

EAS 105: Christians & Religious Studies for SSS
3 Credit(s)

These courses are designed particularly to take students through the syllabuses of various subjects areas for SSS to give them an in-depth knowledge of content. This will enable them to handle content effectively.

EAS 106: African History for SSS
3 Credit(s)

These courses are designed particularly to take students through the syllabuses of various subjects areas for SSS to give them an in-depth knowledge of content. This will enable them to handle content effectively.

EAS 107: French for JSS
3 Credit(s)

These courses are designed particularly to take students through the syllabuses of various subject areas for JSS to give them an in-depth knowledge of content. This will enable them to handle content effectively.

EAS 108: French for SSS
3 Credit(s)

These courses are designed particularly to take students through the syllabuses of various subjects areas for SSS to give them an in-depth knowledge of content. This will enable them to handle content effectively.

EAS 110: Ghanaian language for SSS
3 Credit(s)

These courses are designed particularly to take students through the syllabuses of various subjects areas for SSS to give them an in-depth knowledge of content. This will enable them to handle content effectively.

EDF 102 : Social/Philosophical Foundations of Education
3 Credit(s)

This course is in two parts. The first part deals with the social functions of education while the second part deals with Western and African philosophical ideals that underpin the aims, content, method and organistion of education in Ghana.

ILT 101: Information Literacy
1 Credit(s)

The rationale of the course is to equip students with skills that will enable them access and retrieve information in the traditional, hybrid and digital libraries. Students will be able to use ICT efficiently and effectively when they have basic knowledge of computers. The course content include: Types of libraries, library resources and their uses, the role the library plays in the academic community, introduction to computers, the internet.

Second Semester

CMS 108: Communicative Skills II
3 Credit(s)

This is a follow-up course on the first semester one. It takes students through writing correct sentences, devoid of ambiguity, through the paragraph and its appropriate development to the fully-developed essay. The course also emphasizes the importance and the processes of editing written work.

Level 200

Level 400

First Semester

EDF 401 : History & Management of Education in Ghana
3 Credit(s)

The course is in two parts. The first part deals with the role of government and non-governmental bodies in the development and growth of formal education in Ghana. The second part examines administration theories and their influence on the management and administration of school systems in Ghana.