Departments
Department of Accountancy Studies

DEPARTMENT OF ACCOUNTANCY STUDIES

Isaac Aggrey-Fynn, (Senior Lecturer), Head of Department

MBA Finance

The Department of Accountancy Studies aims at providing hands-on competitive accounting education and skills to enable our products undertake efficient career roles in their endeavours. The Department is currently running a Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech) degree programme in Accounting with Computing. The Department is also running a Diploma in Computerized Accounting and Banking Technology and Accounting programme, Professional Diploma in Computerized Accounting and Banking Technology and Accounting programme which is a top up of the Diploma programme.

Also, the Department has submitted a proposal to NABPTEX for approval to run a two-year Diploma in Micro-finance programme. It is expected to start in the 2016/2017 academic year

STAFF

No.

Name

Qualification

Rank

1.

  Mr. Isaac Aggrey-Fynn

  MBA Finance

  Senior Lecturer (Head)

2.

  Mr. John K. Mbroh **

  MSc. Finance & Accounting

  Senior Lecturer 

3.

  Mr. Ben Ebo Attom

  MBA Finance

  Senior Lecturer

4.

  Mr. Akwasi Addai-Boateng

  MBA Finance; MA Business Planning & Micro finance; ACIB (GH)

  Senior Lecturer

5.

  Mr. Haruna Ndebugri

 MBA (Finance); Fellow IFA; MCMI;  ACFE; FIPA

  Senior Lecturer

6.

  Mr. Yusif Arthur

  MBA Accounting, ICA (Gh)

  Lecturer

7.

  Lawyer Enoch Michael Dzakpasu

  B.A.(Hons); PGDE; LLB; BL(Gh)

  Lecturer

ACADEMIC SERVICING STAFF

8.

  Mr. Henry Blankson

  M.Tech. Ed. 

  Lecturer

9.

  Mr. Alhaji Abdulai

  MBA General Management  

  Lecturer

10.

  Mr. Theodor Oduro-Okyireh **

  MSc. Statistics

  Senior Lecturer

11.

  Mr. Rudolph Asomaning

  MBA Marketing

  Lecturer

12.

  Mrs. Cynthia Derx Techie

  M.Phil English

  Lecturer

NON-ACADEMIC SUPPORTING STAFF

13.

  Mrs. Victoria Pobee-Woode *

Bachelor of Management Studies

  Jnr. Asst. Registrar


*Pursuing Masters degree                 ** Pursuing PhD

CONFERENCES/ WORKSHOPS ATTENDED

Mbroh, J. K.

  • Commonwealth Associate of Polytechnics in Africa (CAPA) International Conference held in Kumasi, Ghana from 6th -12th December, 2015 under the theme: “Enhancing Partnership between TVET Institution and Industry for accerated development in Africa.

Attom, B. E. 

  •  Commonwealth Associate of Polytechnics in Africa (CAPA) International Conference held in Kumasi, Ghana from 6th -12th December, 2015 under the theme: “Enhancing Partnership between TVET Institution and Industry for accelerated development in Africa.
  • Research Seminar held at the library conference room, Cape Coast Polytechnic on 16th July, 2015 under the theme “Academic Research Publication Guidelines and Methodology.”

RESEARCH & BOOKS PUBLICATIONS

Aggrey–Fynn, I.

  • Aggrey-Fynn, I., Turkson, H. A., Sackey,A. & Ansah, J (2015), Capital Structure and Profitability of Selected listed Non-financial firms in Ghana.

Akwasi A. Boateng

  •  Boateng, A. A., (2015), An examination of challenges and Prospects of Microfinance Institutions in Ghana. Article accepted by Journal of Developing Country Studies, Public forthcoming.
  • Boateng, A. A. & Boateng, G. O., (2014), An appraisal of Risk Management Practices of Microfinance Institutions in Ghana. Journal of Economics and Sustainable Development, Volume 5(6), pp. 14-21.

Mr. Abdul H. Ndebugri

  • Ndebugri, A. H. (2015) 1st ed Auditing- Principles and Practice, Fawade publications Kumasi
  • Ndebugri, A. H. (2015) 1sted Financial Accounting- Principles and Practice- Fawade Publications Kumasi
  • Atepor, L & Ndebugri, A. H. (2015) Entrepreneurship in TVET Education for National Development, “Challenges and Prospects”-Commonwealth Association of Polytechnics in Africa (CAPA) Livingstone, Zambia June 2015 International Conference- 240-248

John K. Mbroh

  • Mbroh, J. K. & Quartey, S. (2015), The Funding Cycle of Small and Micro Enterprises In Ghana - Evidence of Stage-By-Stage Sources and Challenges From The Central Region, International Journal of Economics, Commerce and Management, United Kingdom, Vol.3, Issue 8, pp.290-314.
  • Mbroh, J. K. & Assah, B.  (2015), Financial Records Keeping and Business Decision-Making Practices by Small and Micro Enterprise Owners in Ghana – Evidence from the Central Region, International Journal of Economics, Commerce and Management, United Kingdom, Vol.3, Issue 8, pp.467-491.
  • Mbroh, J. K. & Koomson, K. A. (2015), The Credit Policies and Credit Finance Creation Practices by Commercial Banks in Ghana: Perspectives of Staff and Clients of the Prudential Bank Limited, International Journal of Economics, Finance and Management Sciences, USA, Vol.3, No.5, pp.441-452.
  • Mbroh, J. K. & Anowie, G. (2015),The Role Co-Operative Credit Unions in Financing Micro Businesses in Ghana: A Comparative Study of The Oguaa Teachers’ and The UCC Credit Unions, International Journal of Economics, Commerce and Management, United kingdom, Vol.3, Issue 9, pp.429-453.
  • Mbroh, J. K. & Quartey, S. (2015), Financial Management Practices by Small and Micro Enterprise Owners in Ghana: Evidence from the Central Region, International Journal of Economics, Finance and Management Sciences, USA, Vol.3, No.5, pp.494-506.