The Official List of Courses Offered at Catholic Institute of Business and Technology | CIBT Ghana Courses offered for admission. This is the list of available undergraduate and postgraduate courses/programmes offered at the institution and approved by NAB.
About CIBT Academic Programmes
The Catholic Institute of Business and Technology operates four-year undergraduate degree programmes as well as two-year diploma and one-year pre-university programmes. However, for the 4-year programmes, students may be admitted directly to the second year (Level 200) of the degree programme depending on the assessment and recognition of their prior learning.
The primary purpose of the Institute is to prepare men and women for successful professions in business, government, and non-government organisations; the overall goals of the Institute is to provide its graduates with skills needed to meet the challenges of the ever changing environment in which organisations operate and to equip them for advanced studies.
In the course of their four-year training programme for the bachelor’s degree at CIBT, students will have the opportunity, through CIBT’s extensive exchange programmes, to study abroad and acquire international experience in reputable universities in Canada and The United States of America. Students will also have practical work experience through attachment with relevant public and private sector organisations.
See Also: CIBT Ghana Fees Structure
CIBT Ghana Undergraduate Courses
The Institute offers the following undergraduate programmes:
- Bachelor of Science in Business Administration: Accounting, Banking and Finance, Marketing and Human Resource Management
- Bachelor of Science in Public Administration: Local Government, Public Administration, and Procurement and Chain Supply Management.
- Bachelor of Arts in Religious Studies: Religious Studies and Church Administration
- Bachelor of Science in Computer Science
Definition of Programme
A programme is any group of courses that may lead to the award of a certificate, a diploma or a degree.
Definition of Course
A course may be defined as a unit of study within a discipline or programme. In each semester, students will study a number of courses in their chosen programmes.
Credit/ Unit/ Hours
- Each course in a programme is given a value (weight) on the basis of the number of hours per week that the class meets with the lecturer for purposes of lectures, tutorials or practicals, throughout a semester.
- The allowable credits for a course shall be a minimum of two, and a maximum of three credits for undergraduate programmes.
Course Credit Requirements
- One  course credit shall be defined as one hour lecture plus one hour tutorial or one practical session per week for a semester.
- The programmes shall have the following ranges:
- Level 100 30 – 36 credits
- Level 200 30 – 36 credits
- Level 300 30 – 36 credits
- Level 400 30 – 36 credits
- Total 120 – 144 credits
- Diploma holders shall be placed at Level 200 of the 4-year degree programme
- At the beginning of each semester, students shall register for the courses they will study during the semester. The total credits for all the courses registered by a student constitute his/her course load.
- Each undergraduate student may be allowed to carry, in a semester, a minimum of 15 credit hours and a maximum of 18 credit hours or a total of 30-36 credit hours in the academic year. for undergraduate programmes.
- However, the maximum and minimum credit points peculiar to certain programmes shall be determined by the Faculties, through the Academic Planning Committee, approved by the Academic Board.