SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH (REGULAR) – HOHOE CAMPUS
Bachelor of Public Health (BPH) with the following options:
- Disease Control
- Health Information
- Health Promotion
Entry Requirements for Ghanaian applicants:
WASSCE/SSSCE Candidates must have passes (A1-C6/A-D) in Core Mathematics, English Language, and Integrated Science as well as three passes (A1-C6/A-D) in Chemistry, Biology and Physics or Elective Mathematics for Science students. Science students are eligible to apply for all BPH programmes. For Non-Science Students, passes in relevant elective subjects in General Arts (Government, Literature in English, Economics, Ghanaian Language, CRS (other religious studies), History, French, Geography, and Elective Mathematics), Agricultural Science (Crop & Soil Science, Animal Husbandry, and Horticulture), Home Economics (Management in Living, General Knowledge in Art, Food and Nutrition), Visual Arts (General Knowledge in Art, Clothing and Textiles, Picture Making and Graphic Design)
The above notwithstanding, each category of non-science student needs the following combination of courses to be eligible for the following specific programmes;
Combination of elective courses required for Non-Science Students’ eligibility into specific programmes
• General Arts Students:
General Arts Students are only eligible to apply for BPH (Health Information), BPH (Health Promotion), and BPH (Nutrition).
General Arts Students must have passes in Elective Mathematics and any other two elective courses to be eligible for BPH (Health Information).
Elective Mathematics is not a prerequisite for General Arts students that opt for BPH (Health Promotion).
• Home Economics Students:
Home Economics Students are only eligible to apply for BPH (Disease Control), BPH (Nutrition) and BPH (Health Promotion).
Home Economics Students must have passes in Biology or Chemistry and any other two electives to be eligible for BPH (Disease Control).
Biology/Chemistry is not a prerequisite for Home Economics Students that opt for BPH (Health Promotion).
• Visual Arts Students:
Visual Arts students are only eligible to apply for BPH (Health Promotion)
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