• Actuarial Science (Regular /Weekend)
  • Biological Science
  • Chemistry
  • Computer Science
  • Information Technology
  • Mathematics
  • Medical Biodiagnostic Sciences
  • Nursing
  • Statistics (Regular/Weekend)
  • Diploma in Statistics
  • Diploma in Insurance
  • Diploma in Information Technology
  • Diploma in Computer Science

Formal Employment Opportunities

  • Research institutes such as plant medicine and cocoa research;
  • Mines, water and Sanitation, environmental consultancy;
  • Hospitals/Health Centres;
  • Atomic Energy Commission;
  • Teaching;
  • All manufacturing and Production Industries including cement and wood;
  • Cosmetics, food, pharmaceuticals;
  • Banking;
  • Statistical analysis;
  • Investment Advisory;
  • Insurance companies;
  • Internet Services;
  • Network Computing;
  • Network monitoring;
  • System Administrators;
  • Database Experts;
  • Software Development Companies;

 

Opportunities for Self-Employment

  • Graduates can also be self-employed in the areas of soap, juice, drinking water production, beer and gin preparation
  • Graduates can also set up their inorganic industries such as petroleum and metal industries.
  • Graduates from Computer Science for instance have the opportunity to work independently as system Engineers, System Analysts, Programmers, Software/ Hardware Developers, Network Engineers, Database Analysts, /Engineers, etc. They can also set up training schools.

 

Opportunities for Further Academic and Professional Development

  • Advanced degree programmes can lead to the MPhil or PhD in Environmental or Analytical Chemistry, Biochemistry and Pharmacy. PhD level students could also branch into law, and in some cases medicine.
  • Further studies in Computer Science for example may lead to the following major branches and specialisations: Software Development, Computer Architecture, Artificial Intelligence, Robotics, etc. This includes Master’s Programmes and Degrees up to the PhD level.