Department of Liberal Studies

Mrs Grace Anthony  (Lecturer) Act. Head of Department

Introduction

The Department of Liberal and General Studies services all the Schools in the CCTU.  It offers courses in Communication Skills, African Studies, Entrepreneurship, Research Methodology and the Access Course into the HND Programmes.

Vision

The vision of the department is to assist the University to train competent and enthusiastic graduates to contribute to job and wealth creation of the nation and also fit into any sector of the economy

Objectives

The objective of the Department is to help students acquire:

  • Proficiency in the use of English and French language
  • Technical skills in writing and reporting in order to communicate ideas effectively
  • Entrepreneurial skills to enhance job creation and self-employment
  • Assist access students acquire the requisite qualification in English language, Mathematics and Science to gain admission into HND programme
  • Pedagogical skills for teaching profession to enhance their job acquisition

Staffing

The table below contains the details:

 

NAME

 

QUALIFICATION

 

DESIGNATION

 

Alhaji Abdulai

 

MBA General Management

 

Senior Lecturer

 

Uriah Stonewell Tetteh

 

MPhil English

 

Snr. Lecturer

 

Rosemary Akosah-Sarpong (Mrs.)

 

MPhil VOTEC

 

Lecturer

 

Cynthia DerxTakyi (Mrs.)

 

M.Phil English

 

Lecturer

 

Moses AhomkaYeboah

 

MBA Entrepreneurship & Small Enterprise Development

 

Lecturer

 

Mr. Kwame Tenadu

 

MEd. Educational Administration; MA Com. & Media Studies

 

Lecturer

 

Full Time Supporting Staff

 

Alexander Azameti

 

MPhil Physical Education

 

Lecturer

 

Esther Amprofi Boham (Mrs.)

 

MPhil Guidance and Counseling

 

Lecturer

 

Nicholas Adu-Antwi

 

MSc. Mathematics

 

Lecturer

 

Kobina Badu Micah Edu-Buandoh

 

MSc. Civil Engineering

 

Lecturer

 

George Boafo

 

BSc. Mechanical Engineering

 

Assistant Lecturer

 

Administrative Staff

 

Stephanie Kitineta Commeh-Mensah (Mrs.)

 

HND Secretaryship and Mgt. Studies

 

Snr. Admin. Assistant


Recent Research Publications

Abdulai, A. & Ahomka Y. M. (2015). Entrepreneurship Education:  Assessing the effectiveness of the Module from Students’ perspective.  Academic Research Inteational. 6 (4): 295-309

Yeboah, S. T., Horsu, E. N. & Abdulai, A. (2014) Usage of Whatsapp and Voice Calls (Phone Call): Preference of Polytechnic Students in Ghana. Science Joual of Business and Management, 2(4): 102-1

Yeboah Ahomka, M. & Kwamikorkor, M. C. (2013).  Examining Micro and Small Enterprises Expectations of Services Rendered by the National Board for Small Scale Industries in the Cape Coast Metropolis.  Inteational Joual of Innovative Research and Studies.Vol 2, 6

 

Future Plan

Establishment of an Entrepreneurship Development and Training Centre to enhance students’ practical skills