REV MOSES KUMI ASAMOAH
Moses Kumi Asamoah (Rev.) is a Senior Lecturer at Central University. He is with the department of Church Administration, Christian Education and Family Counselling. Moses is a Board Member of his department and the faculty, the Research Coordinator and a Course Advisor for Levels 100 and 200 students. He has taught courses in the Vision and Legacy Unit and several other departments including: Economics, HR, and Marketing.
Moses has taught a lot of courses spanning over 10 years, such as Christian Ethics, the Church and the World of Nature, Managerial Leadership, Research Methods, Adult Education Ministry, Human Resource Management, Strategic Thinking, Corporate Social Responsibility, Public Relations, Organisational Behavior, Corporate Social Responsibility in Marketing, Corporate Secretaryship, Principles for Purposeful Living among others. He has supervised many first degree project works and a number of students’ internship works.
Beofre joining the University, he had worked with a Media house, Health complex an Nonprofit making institutions as a Manager. Moses has published 9 books and 16 refereed articles in some highly reputed international Journals with Taylor and Francis and Springer Publishers.
His research interest focuses on Religion and Health, Religion and the Environment, Religion and Politics, Religion and Wealth. He also majors the more in studies in areas such E-learning, Blended/Online Education Learner Support systems, Higher education access, Educational policies. Moses reviews for several reputed journals including Computers in Education, Studies in Higher Education, Educational Research and Reviews. He has travelled to some parts of Africa and beyond to attend conferences. Moses is a PhD candidate with major in Adult Education and Human Resource Studies. He is a committed Christian, loves God, his Maker and Provider and preaches the Word of God in Ghana and beyond.
Asamoah,M.K.(2017).The Role of the Penteco/Charismatic Clergy in the Political Health Development in Ghana. Journal of Religion and Health, pp 1–22. doi:10.1007/s10943-016-0354-0 (Spriger)
Asamoah,M.K. & Abarichie A. S.(2017). Comparative review of selected educational policies of 1st and 2nd cycle institutions in Ghana and Burkina Faso, and that of United Kingdom and United States. Educational Research and Reviews. Vol.12(7), pp. 415-424. DOI: 10.5897/ERR2016.2871 (Academic Journal)
Asamoah,M.K. &Mackin,E.E.(2016). PhD year 1 students’ experience with the Educational Technology and Innovation Course. Journal Africa Education Review. Volume 13, Issue 2. (Taylor and Francis)
Asamoah,M.K.(2016).Leveraging the Deliverance Phenomenon: Penteco/Charismatic Vista. Journal of Religion and Health, Volume 55,Issue 5.Pp.1642-1664. DOI 10.1007/s10943-016-0209-8 (Springer)
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