Departments
Department of Secretaryship and Management Studies

DEPARTMENT OF SECRETARYSHIP AND MANAGEMENT STUDIES

 Ms. Philipinah Ampomah (Lecturer)Acting Head of Department

MBA Finance

INTRODUCTION

The Department of Secretaryship and Management Studies runs a Diploma programme in Business Administration in addition to the HND Secretaryship and Management Studies Programme. The Department:

    • has started a two-year Diploma in Business Administration.
    • has also submitted a proposal to NABPTEX for approval to run a two-year Diploma in Human Resource Management and public relation programme. It is expected to start in the 2016/2017 academic year
    • will run a three-year HND programme in Business Administration during the 2016/2017 academic year as well.
    • plans to introduce a Bachelor of Technology  degree programme in Corporate Administration.

OBJECTIVES

    • It is the objective of the department to produce graduates with hands-on skill in ICT and Management.
    • To acquire communication and social skills which will enhance the smooth running of a mode office and improve human relationships at the workplace.
    • To develop initiative awareness and decision-making skills in office management and administration.
    • To acquire working knowledge and skills of the office computer for intelligent application on secretarial to management tasks.
    • To provide increased access to career focused education and training.

STAFFING

The Department has the following full-time academic and support staff:


No.


Name


Qualification


Rank


  1.


  Mr. Eugene Owusu-Acheampong


  M.Phil HRD, MA HRM


  Lecturer


  2.


  Mr. Samuel K. Cudjor


  MBA Human Resource Management


  Senior Lecturer


  3.


  Mrs. Magdalene Bartrop-Abakah


  M.Tech. Education


  Senior Lecturer


  4.


  Mr. Polycarp K. Assafuah


  MBA Human Resource Management


  Lecturer


  5.


  Ms. Philipina Ampomah


  MBA Finance


  Lecturer (Act Head)


  6.


  Mr. Williams A. Appiah


  MBA Human Resource Management


  Lecturer


  7.


  Ms. Grace King


  HND Sec. & Mgt. Studies


  Research  Assistant/Instructor


ACADEMIC SERVICING STAFF


8.


  Mr. Uriah S. Tetteh


  M.Phil English


  Senior Lecturer


9.


  Mr. Kobena A Simpson


  MBA Human Resource Mgt.; ACIS


  Senior Lecturer


10.


  Mr. Joseph K. Kaye


  BA Sec; Dip Ed, Bus. Ed (Sec)


  Principal Instructor


11.


  Mr. Kwame Tenadu


  M.A. Comm. & Media Stud.; MED Edu. Admin.


  Lecturer


12.


  Mr. Elisha D. Armah


  M.Ed (Information Technolgy)


  Lecturer


13.


  Mr. AlhajiAbdulai


  MBA General Mgt.


  Lecturer


14.


  Lawyer Enoch Michael Dzakpsasu


  B.A.(Hons); PGDE; LLB; BL (Gh)


  Lecturer


15.


  Mr. Theodore Oduro-Okyireh


  MSc. Statistics


  Snr. Lecturer


 NON-ACADEMIC SUPPORTING STAFF


  16.


  Ms. Thelma Vuah


  Bachelor of Management Studies


  Snr. Admin Asst.

 

PUBLICATIONS/CONFERENCES/WORKSHOPS ATTENDED

Mrs. Magdalene Abakah

Publications

    • Abakah M. B. An Assessment of Training Transfer in Health Organizations. The Case of Cape Coast Teaching Hospital. Cape Coast, Ghana. February, 2015.The Inteational Joual Research Publications Pte. Ltd
    • Abakah M. B.  An Assessment of New Employee Orientation Programmes in some Selected Polytechnics in Ghana. October, 2014. The Inteational Joual Research Publications Pte. Ltd.

Samuel Kwesi Cudjor

Publications

    • Samuel Kwesi Cudjor (2015); The Single Spine Pay Policy of Ghana: Perceptions and Effect on Performance at Cape Coast Polytechnic. The Inteational Joual Research Publications Pte. Ltd.
    • Human Resources Development in Practice, (2015) KAF Printsmile Limited, Accra.

Asamoah Appiah Williams

Publications

    • Owusu-Acheampong, E & Asamoah, A W (2015) Dearth of Teachers in Rural Basic Schools: Implications on Human Resource Development in the Amenfi West District, Ghana. British Joual of Education Vol.3, No.1, pp. 32-43
    • Asamoah Appiah W, Owusu-Acheampong, E, &Edusei, C.A.A (2015) Impact of Motivation on Employees Commitment at Sociètè General - SSB Bank in Accra, Ghana. Inteational Joual of Economics, Commerce and Management Vol. 3, Issue 2
    • Owusu-Acheampong, E., Asamoah, A. W & Azu T. D (2014) Industrial Attachment: Perspectives, Conceptions and Misconceptions of Students at Cape Coast Polytechnic. Joual of Education and Practice Vol.5, No 37

Eugene Owusu-Acheampong

Publications

    • Owusu-Acheampong, E & Asamoah, A W (2015) Dearth of Teachers in Rural Basic Schools: Implications on Human Resource Development in the Amenfi West District, Ghana. British Joual of Education Vol.3, No.1, pp. 32-43

 

    • Owusu-Acheampong, E. (2015) Examining the Relationship between Employees/Apprentices Human Capital on their Performance in Small Scale Businesses in the Sekondi-Takoradi Metropolis. Inteational Joual of Small Business and Entrepreneurship Research. Vol. 3 No. 1, pp 1-9
    • Asamoah Appiah W, Owusu-Acheampong E. &Edusei, C.A.A (2015) Impact of Motivation on Employees Commitment at Sociètè General - SSB Bank in Accra, Ghana. Inteational Joual of Economics, Commerce and Management Vol. 3, Issue 2
    • Owusu-Acheampong, E (2014) Evaluating Entrepreneurs Competency on the Growth of Small Scale Enterprises in the Cape Coast Metropolis. European Joual of Business and Management Vol.6, No.33.
    • Owusu-Acheampong, E. Asamoah, A. W &Azu T. D (2014) Industrial Attachment: Perspectives, Conceptions and Misconceptions of Students at Cape Coast Polytechnic. Joual of Education and Practice Vol.5, No 37
    • Owusu-Acheampong, E. &Opoku, F. I. (2014). Assessing Safety Measures on Employees Performance at the Adwumapa Buyers Company Limited.African Development and Resources Research Institute Joual Vol. 9, No. 9(2)

 

Philippina Ampomah

Publications

    • Cudjor, S. K & Ampomah, P. (2015). The Single Spine Pay Policy of Ghana: Perceptions and Effect on Performance at Cape Coast Polytechnic. The Inteational Joual Research Publications Pte. Ltd.