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EPUC begins postgraduate programmes February

BY: Alberto Mario Noretti
Rev. Dr Setri Nyomi (2nd from left) presenting the books to Dr Amy Asimah while others look on
Rev. Dr Setri Nyomi (2nd from left) presenting the books to Dr Amy Asimah while others look on

The E.P. University College (EPUC) in Ho in the Volta Region, established in 2007, will start running postgraduate programmes in February, this year.

The MBA courses are in Human Resource Management, Procurement and Supply Chain Management, and Marketing.

The President of EPUC, Professor Edem Kwasi Bakah, announced this last Thursday when the institution took delivery of a consignment of books worth about GH¢30,000, being a donation from a retired Deputy General Secretary of the Nairobi-based All Africa Conference of Churches (AACC), Dr Bright Mawudor.

The donation was made through the Evangelical Presbyterian Church, Ghana (EPCG).

The books cover the areas of business, governance, real state, religion, finance, economics, research methods, accountancy and data processing, among others.

Receiving the books, Professor Bakah thanked Dr Mawudor for the gesture saying it was timely and relevant to the curriculum of the university.

Enrolment

He said the EPUC, which took off in a humble beginning about 16 years ago, now had an enrolment of 800, adding that the EPUC was expanding and so were its needs.

“We hope other public-spirited individuals and organisations would help us in similar ways,” he added.

The Chairman of the church Council, Rev. Dr Setri Nyomi, led a delegation from the church to present the books to the EPUC Librarian, Dr Amy Asimah, at a brief ceremony in the library.

He said the church was committed to providing education at an affordable cost.

For her part, Dr Asimah gave an assurance that the books would be handled with utmost care to endure the test of time.