School of Engineering


Dr. Charles Emmanuel Oppon (Senior Lecturer) Acting Dean of School Engineering

PhD Mechanical Engineering

The School of Engineering has four (4) academic departments, namely: Department of Building Technology, Department of Civil Engineering, Department of Electrical & Electronic Engineering and Department of Mechanical Engineering (Plant/Production/Automotive options).

Through its quality practical-oriented training, the School has produced competent and responsible Higher National Diploma (HND) and Bachelor of Technology (B.Teach) graduates who are contributing meaningfully to the field of engineering.

In line with the Strategic Plan of the University and the objectives of the School of Engineering the departments in the School are preparing to run Master of Technology (M.Tech) programmes and introduce new Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech.) programmes.

Presently, the Department of Building Technology runs a B.Tech It is 18-months top-up training for holders of Higher National Diploma (HND) in Building Technology, Civil Engineering, Architectural Technology or Quantity Surveying.

The Department of Civil Engineering also runs a B.Tech It is 24-months top-up training for holders of Higher National Diploma (HND) in Civil Engineering.

The Department of Mechanical Engineering also runs a the Bachelor of Technology degree programme in Mechanical Engineering as a top-up programme for holders of HND in Mechanical Engineering, Agricultural Engineering, Air conditioning & Refrigerating Engineering and Metallurgy.


To become a centre of excellence that provides practical training to students to meet the ever increasing demand for engineering professionals to accelerate the nation’s technological advancement.


The objective of the School is to provide general education and practical training to prepare trainees to occupy middle/high level management and supervisory positions in the engineering and construction industry.







Mrs. Hannelore Asmah

M.Com (Human Resource Mgt.)

Assistant Registrar



The development of human resource in the School is of great importance to the Institution. During the 2014/2015 and 2015/2016 academic years, some members of staff in the School, through the efforts of the Institution, received sponsorships to pursue PhD. programmes within and outside the country. The staff of the School of Engineering will continue to improve their skills and abilities to enable them contribute effectively towards the achievement of the strategic goals of the University.




Hannelore Asmah (Mrs.)

Asmah, H. & Mensah O. A. (2014). Compensation and Commitment in some Ghanaian tertiary institutions: The moderating effects of organizational justice. Inteational Joual of Strategic Organisation and Behavioural Science 4(1-2), 17-28