The Department of Mathematics and Statistics is one of the four departments under the Faculty of Applied Sciences and Technology. The department has always maintained an old philosophy that “If you can’t count or measure it, you can’t manage it” therefore our activities affect all policies, and touch all aspects of people’s lives. The Department of Mathematics and Statistics came into existence after a reorganization exercise in 2011. Currently plans are far advanced to split the Department into two namely; Department of Applied/Techno Mathematics and Department of Statistical Sciences.
Information is a key resource for individual, organizational, national and international development. It must, therefore, be generated, processed, stored, and disseminated. The University decided to create this department in 2015 under the Faculty of Applied Science to train people to manage the various libraries and information centres in the country and beyond. The young Department has competent, dynamic and dedicated professionals with extensive theory and practical training.
Globally the Hospitality Industry, which encompasses tourism, catering, lodging, events management, transportation, among others, has seen immense growth. Ghana is not an exception and this has necessitated the need for qualified personnel to manage the sector efficiently and effectively. The Hotel Catering and Institutional Management (HCIM) Department, under the Faculty of Applied Sciences and Technology, has been training students at the Higher National Diploma level for both Regular and Parallel programmes.
To be internationally recognized as a Centre for training people for the agro business and Hospitality and Tourism industries for effective job performance.
The principal objective of the Department is to train high caliber practically oriented middle and high level manpower for the food processing and Hospitality and Tourism industries in operational, management and decision–making to:
The Department of Computer Science has since in 2007 been training students in Higher National Diploma programme. The Department trains students in various fields of computing that equips them with knowledge for development and utilization of modern computing. Graduates are placed in work positions that are in high demand in the society.
The following programmes are awaiting accreditation: