Auditor General: More than 600 programs at UG and KNUST are not certified.
In 2021, more than 600 academic programs at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) and the University of Ghana were not recognized.
The schools’ accreditation “expired or required re-accreditation during the time under evaluation,” according to the Auditor-report General’s for 2021.
According to the report, 374 of the University of Ghana’s academic programs are not authorized.
Additionally, KNUST’s 299 programs were not accredited.
Out of the 374 courses offered at the University of Ghana but not accredited, 14 were diploma programs, 80 were undergraduate courses, 213 were graduate courses, and 67 were doctoral courses.
The school administration had complied with the suggestions, according to the Auditor-report. General’s
Only 61 of the 360 programs offered by KNUST’s University were accredited, and 190
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