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C.K. Tedam University introduces Ph.D. in Infectious Diseases & Immunology

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The Acting Vice Chancellor for the C.K. Tedam University of Technology and Applied Sciences, Prof. Samson A. Abagale, announced the introduction of new programs during the recent matriculation ceremony held in the university’s hall.

According to him, the university has now admitted students to pursue a PhD in Infectious Diseases and Immunology as well as an MPhil in Infectious Diseases and Immunology.

During his address, Prof. Abagale highlighted the university’s commitment to academic excellence and its continuous efforts to expand its offerings.

He stated, “We are proud to announce the commencement of programs in PhD Infectious Diseases and Immunology and MPhil Infectious Diseases and Immunology, reflecting our dedication to addressing pressing global health challenges.”

The Acting Vice Chancellor revealed that the university has advertised for applicants to be admitted into the MPhil in Anaesthesia and Critical Care program.

Simultaneously, he added that efforts are underway to seek accreditation from the Ghana Tertiary Education Commission (GTEC) and the Allied Health Professions Council for the School of Medical Sciences (SoMS) to introduce a BSc in Medical Laboratory Technology.

According to him, the Allied Health Professions Council has granted professional approval for the BSc Health Information Management program. This program, he said, currently in preparation by the School of Mathematical Sciences, is expected to undergo academic accreditation from GTEC.

Prof. Abagale also provided insights into the progress of the accreditation process for two nursing programs.

He stated that the processes are well-advanced, expressing hope that these programs will be advertised within the academic year once accreditation is finalized.

Moreover, the School of Computing and Information Sciences is taking proactive steps to enhance its offerings. Prof. Abagale mentioned that the school has submitted three new programs for consideration—MPhil in Information and Communication Technology, MSc in Information and Communication Technology, and BSc in Information Systems.

He added that these submissions are currently awaiting accreditation processes from GTEC.

Source: A1radioonline.com|101.1Mhz|Moses Apiah|Ghana

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