Faculty Of Arts And Social Science
Prof. Clara Korkor Fayorsey – (PhD Cantab),
Social Anthropology/ MPhil in Population Studies
(Population, Gender & Reproductive Health Consultant)
Dean, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences
Email : email@example.com
Welcome to the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences which comprises of the Departments of Economics, Environment and Development Studies, Languages, Social Sciences, William Ofori Atta Institute of Integrity as well as the Vision and Legacy Unit. These Departments/Institutes/Units offer courses which are designed to meet emerging demands for innovative skills in the increasingly diverse job market.
Our programmes blend perfectly with some courses in other schools and faculties and therefore afford students of Central University College the opportunity to select and combine courses across schools and faculties. All undergraduate programmes offer a minimum credit load of 120 and a maximum of 140 over an eight semester period.
The Faculty supports graduate programmes in all its Departments in collaboration with the Graduate School.
The Faculty provides modern teaching and learning avenues such as state-of-the-art language and GIS laboratories and very qualified and experienced lecturers. Come and join us, we are at your disposal.
Our Faculty by Departments
- Department of Communication and Languages
Head of Department -Dr. Mrs. Marian Tsegah
French Unit Coordinator- Dr. Emmanuel Nkonu
English Unit Coordinator-Rev. Dr. Casimir Adjoe
- Department of Economics
Head of Department- Dr. Anthony Amoah
- Department Of Environment And Development Studies
Head of Department –Dr. Johnie Nyametso
- Department of Social Sciences/ William Ofori Attah Institute of Integrity
Head of Department –Dr. John Koku
- Vision and Legacy Unit
Head of Unit-Mr Derek Oppong
For more information on the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences you can contact:
The Faculty Officer
Ms. Grace Asiedu
Phone: Ext 3462 (Miotso Campus)
Admissions: +233 0307 020540 | +233 0303 318583
Main: +233 0303 318580 | 030 7020545 (Miotso) | +233 0302 313185 (Mataheko) | +233 0302 396189 (Kumasi)
Whatsapp: +233 023 331 3180