Degree Type:Bachelor of Arts
Department:Department of Classics and Philosophy
Modes of Study:Regular
But I must explain to you how all this mistaken idea of denouncing pleasure and praising pain was born and I will give you a complete account of the system, and expound the actual teachings of the great explorer of the truth, the master-builder of human happiness. No one rejects, dislikes, or avoids pleasure itself, because it is pleasure, but because those who do not know how to pursue pleasure rationally encounter consequences that are extremely painful.
Candidates must have passes in six (6) subjects with overall aggregate of 20 (twenty) or better. Three of the six subjects must be core subjects (including English Language, Integrated Science and Mathematics) at grade ‘D’ or better and three must be in English Literature, History, French, Christian Religious Studies, Islamic Studies, Ghanaian Languages, (Akan/Ewe/Ga), Music, and Government. A good grade in Social Studies is an advantage.
A good teacher’s diploma (at a minimum of Second Class Division) obtained from one of the former diploma awarding institutions, the University of Cape Coast (DASSE) or equivalent institutions with at least two (2) years post qualification teaching/working experience. The diploma must be in one of the following subjects: English, French, Religious Studies, Ghanaian Language and Music.
All candidates must pass an interview.
Candidates who are at least 25 years old and who successfully pass the entrance examination and interview.
The programme will equip students with skills to demonstrate an understanding of theories and pedagogical approaches underpinning current trends in the teaching of Mathematics Education. It will also equip students with skills that will enable them to engage in research in Mathematics Education.
CMS 107: Communicative Skills I
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.
CMS 108: Communicative Skills II
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.