The School of Business is one of the faculties in the University of Cape Coast and one of the foremost Business Schools in Ghana. The School was established out of the Department of Business Studies in the 2003/2004 academic year. It offers undergraduate and postgraduate degree programmes in Business. The School has two departments, namely the Department of Accounting and Finance and Department of Management Studies. The School offers high quality training, research and consultancy in all the functional areas of business.
To become the foremost School of Business in Africa.
The mission of the School of Business at the University of Cape Coast, Ghana, is to become a centre of excellence, providing high quality research, training and consultancy in management, accounting, marketing, finance and development. The Mission is to be accomplished primarily through instruction, supported applied research and service. The focus will be a curricula that will facilitate employment and professional career development in private and public sectors of the economy. The role of the technology in the decision-making process will be emphasized through the integration of computer concept and applications into curricula. The School will be committed to being a national and regional leader in the preparation of students for viable career in business and industry in the 21st century. Finally, the School will provide technical assistance to small and micro enterprises in the country and elsewhere.
The School of Business supports research in various areas of specialization in Business and Management. The general areas of research include:
The School has the following research facilities to support teaching, learning and research:
The School has accreditation with the following professional bodies:
|The School of Business, University of Cape Coast forges linkages with Bonn-Rhein-Sieg, University of Applied Sciences, Bonn Germany to collaborate in the areas of students and staff exchanges, capacity building and the establishment of a business incubator. This is a follow up to the visit by the former Vice Chancellor Prof Nana Jane Opoku Agyeman.|