The Curriculum Review Team met and interacted with the Provost, Deans, Directors and Heads of Department of the College of Humanities and Legal Studies. The workshop took place at the Elizabeth Adabbor conference room of the Institute of Education, University of Cape Coast.
The team was mandated by the Vice-Chancellor to rid the curriculum of the University of repeated courses and ensure it is infused with twenty first century skills and the core values of the University. The team had earlier met the other Colleges of the University on the same mission.
Speaking at the workshop, the Chairman of the Curriculum Review Team Prof. Ernest Kofi Davis (Provost, College of Education Studies) implored participants to ensure programmes and courses are packaged and presented in way that makes graduates from the University attractive to employers.
On his part, the Provost of College of Humanities and Legal Studies, who chaired the function, thanked faculty members of the College for showing up in their numbers and urged them to fully implement knowledge acquired to ensure programmes and courses in the College enhance students’ entrepreneurial skills and also help them gain a competitive urge on the job market.
Source: Monitoring & Evaluation Unit, UCC