University For Professional Studies UPSA 2020/2021 Courses and Cut off Points

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University For Professional Studies UPSA 2020/2021 Courses and Cut off Points, the list of all the programmes offered at University For Professional Studies UPSA are as followed

Courses Offered at UPSA University of Professional Studies
The following are the faculties available:
(i) Management
(ii) Institute of professional studies
(iii) Communication studies
(iv) Accounting and finance

Diploma Programmes

(i) Public relations management
(ii) Marketing
(iii) Accounting
(iv) Management

Degree programmes

(i) Bachelor of Science in marketing
(ii) Bachelor of Science in accounting
(iii) Bachelor of Science in Banking and Finance
(iv) Bachelor of Business Administration

Graduate programmes

(a) Master of Business Administration
in the following fields:
(i) Quality Management
(ii) Leadership
(iii) Marketing
(iv) Corporate Governance
(v) Accounting and Finance
(vi) Internal Auditing
(vii) Petroleum Accounting

Professional programmes

(i) Chartered Institute Of Management Accountants (CIMA) UK
(ii) Institute of Chartered Accountants, Ghana (ICAG)
(iii) Chartered Institute Of Marketing, (CIM) UK.
(iv) Institute Of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators (ICSA) UK
(v) Association Of Certified Chartered Accountants (ACCA) UK.

Courses offered (18 courses)
Bachelor of Science Marketing(Marketing)
Bachelor of Science Accounting(Accounting)
Bachelor of Science in Banking & Finance(Banking & Finance)
Bachelor of Business Administration-BA(BA)
MBA in Petroleum Accounting(Accounting)
MBA in Accounting & Finance(Accounting & Finance)
MBA in Auditing(Auditing)
MBA in Corporate Governance(Corporate Governance)
M.Phil in Leadership(Leadership)
M.Sc in Leadership(Leadership)
MBA in Total Quality Management(TQM)
ACCA( )
Ghana Accounting Technicians (GAT)
Diploma in Management(Management)
Diploma in Marketing(Marketing)
Diploma in Accounting (Accounting )
Diploma in Public Relations Management(PR)
Bachelor of Science in Information Technology
Management(IT)

University Of Professional Studies UPSA Cut Off Point

The Cut-Off Points for University of professional studies Legon is very essential when applying to the university.
University of Professional Studies, Accra (UPSA) admits about three thousand (3000) fresh students each year. This number includes diploma, undergraduate and graduate students from all walks of life. The admission requirements and all the courses offered by the University of Professional Studies can be viewed here.

The cut-off points for the University of Professional Studies are not displayed on their main website for various reasons. But any student or prospective student who wishes to know the cut-off points of University of Professional Studies need to call the school on Tel numbers: +233 302 500 171, +233 302 500 722 /, +233 302 500 723

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