University Of Ghana Legon 2020/2021 Courses and Cut off Points

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University Of Ghana Legon 2020/2021 Courses and Cut off Points, These course s have been aligned below. See all the List of courses offered in the University of Ghana

2020/2021 Undergraduate Admissions Cut-off Points         
          
ProgrammeCut-off Points        
College of Basic and Applied Sciences         
Biological Sciences20        
BSc. Agriculture24        
Earth Sciences20(21)        
Agricultural Engineering24        
Biomedical Engineering11(12)        
Computer Engineering10(11)        
Food Process Engineering22(23)        
Materials Science & Engineering24        
Family & Child Studies24        
Food & Clothing24        
Information Technology12        
Mathematical Sciences15(16)        
Physical Sciences24        
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine16(17)        
College of Health Sciences         
BSc Nursing 10        
BScMidwifery11        
Medicine7        
Dentistry10        
BSC Medical Laboratory Sciences13        
BSc Physiotherapy16        
BSc Dietetics17        
BSc Occupational 21        
Radiography16        
Pharmacy8        
College of Education         
BSc Education 24        
BA Education 22        
Bachelor of Arts Distance30        
BSC Administration  Distance30        
Bed( JHS Specialism)22        
BA Sports and Physical Culture24        
BSc  Information Tech. Distance22        
College of Humanities         
Bachelor of Laws6        
BSc Administration 7(8)        
BSC Administration Fee Paying14        
BSc Administration  City Campus24        
Bachelor of Arts – General Arts Background     15(16)        
Bachelor of Arts Fee Paying22        
BA- Business/Science/ Vocational Background12        
Bachelor of Arts City Campus24        
Bachelor of Fine Art24

THIS IS HOW THE CUT-OFF WORKS

We only get to know the cutoff point for a particular year only after admission, so for example, the cutoff point available now is that of last year, we will only know the cutoff for this year after admission is over, and also cutoff points are only to serve as a guide but not actually the truth since it changes.

COLLEGE OF HEALTH SCIENCES
School of Medicine and Dentistry
Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery
Bachelor of Dental Surgery
School of Pharmacy

School of Biomedical and Allied Health Sciences
Bachelor of Science in Dietetics
Bachelor of Science in Medical Laboratory
Bachelor of Science in Occupational Therapy
Bachelor of Science in Physiotherapy
Bachelor of Science in Radiography
School of Nursing & Midwifery
Bachelor of Science in Nursing
COLLEGE OF BASIC AND APPLIED SCIENCES
Groupings

Group 1: Physical Sciences

Physics, Chemistry, Geophysics

Group 2: Mathematical Sciences

Mathematics, Statistics, Actuarial Science, Computer Science, Biomathematics, Physics

Group 3: Earth Sciences

Geology, Applied Geology, Applied Geophysics

Group 4: Information Technology

Group 5: Biological Sciences

Animal Biology and Conservation Science, Biochemistry Cell and Molecular Biology, Nutrition, Food Science, Plant and Environmental Biology, Marine Science, Fisheries Science, Psychology, Microbiology.

Group 6: Agriculture

Animal Science, Crop Science, Soil Science, Agriculture Economics, Agribusiness, Agriculture Extension, Post-Harvest Technology.

Group 7: Family and Consumer Science (Food and Clothing Option)

Group 8: Family and Consumer Science (Family and Child Studies Option)

Group 9: Engineering Sciences

Material Science and Engineering, Computer Engineering, Biomedical Engineering, Food Process Engineering, Agriculture Engineering

Group 10: Doctor of Veterinary Medicine

COLLEGE OF HUMANITIES
University of Ghana Business School
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration
University of Ghana School of Law
Bachelor of Laws (LLB)
School of Arts – Bachelor of Arts –Available in the following Departments:
Department of Religions
Department of Philosophy and Classics
Department of History
Department of Archaeology and Heritage Studies
School of Languages – Bachelor of Arts –Available in the following Departments:
Department of English
Department of French
Department of Modern Languages
Department of Linguistics
School of Social Sciences – Bachelor of Arts –Available in the following Departments:
Department of Economics
Department of Political Science
Department of Sociology
Department of Geography and Resource Development
Department of Social Work
Department of Psychology
School of Performing Arts – Bachelor of Fine Arts/Bachelor of Arts –Available in the following Departments:
Department of Dance Studies
Department of Theatre Arts
Department of Music
COLLEGE OF EDUCATION
School of Information and Communication Studies
Bachelor of Arts in Information Studies
School of Education and Leadership
Bachelor of Arts in Education
Bachelor of Science in Education
School of Continuing and Distance Education
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration
Bachelor of Arts – Available in the following Departments:
Department of Economics
Department of Political Science
Department of Sociology
Department of Psychology
Department of Information Studies
Department of Adult Education and Human Resource Studies
Bachelor of Science in Information Technology
Bachelor of Science in Nursing (For professional nurses who already have a Diploma in Nursing from a recognized Nursing Training College)

Diploma Programmes

The following diploma programmes are now run at the Accra, Kumasi and Tamale Learning Centres. Applicants should note that all distance education programmes are non-residential.

Diploma in Accounting
Diploma in Public Administration
Diploma in Statistics
Diploma in Librarianship
Diploma in Archives Administration
Diploma in Adult Education
Diploma in Youth Development Work (CYP)
Cut-Off Points for University of Ghana (UG Legon)


Cut-off Points 2020-21
Programme 2020/2021
College of Basic & Applied Sciences
B.Sc. Agriculture 24
B.Sc. Family & Consumer Sciences 24
B.Sc. Engineering Sciences 14
B.Sc. Mathematical Sciences 18
B.Sc. Information Technology 15
B.Sc. Physical Sciences 24
B.Sc. Earth Science 18
B.Sc. Biological Science 24
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine 15
College of Health Sciences
Bachelor of Medicine & Bachelor of Surgery 7
Bachelor of Dental Surgery 10
Bachelor of Pharmacy 8
Bachelor of Nursing 12
B.Sc. Dental Laboratory Sciences 16 1st Choice 2nd Choice – 10
B.Sc. Dietetics 16
B.Sc. Medical Laboratory Sciences 12 1st Choice
B.Sc. Midwifery 20
B.Sc. Occupational Therapy 16 1st Choice
B.Sc. Physiotherapy 16 1st Choice 2nd Choice – 10
B.Sc. Radiography 16 1st Choice 2nd Choice – 10
College of Humanities
Bachelor of Laws 7
B.Sc. Administration Regular 8
B.Sc. Administration Fee-paying
B.Sc. Administration City Campus
Bachelor of Arts – General Arts Background 16/17
Bachelor of Arts – Fee-paying
Bachelor of Arts – Business/Science/Vocational Background 12
Bachelor of Arts – City Campus
Bachelor of Fine Arts
College of Education
Bachelor of Arts in Education 24
Bachelor of Science in Education 24
Bachelor of Arts – Distance Education 30
Bachelor of Science in Administration – Distance Education 26
B.Sc. Information Technology – Distance Education 30

Source: legonconnect.com

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