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The Faculty of Engineering Comprises Six Departments
Kaaf University College is the first private university accredited by the National Accreditation Board to run degree programmes in Civil Engineering, Geomatic (Geodetic) Engineering, Electrical/Electronics Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Construction Technology in Ghana.
The School of Nursing
We believe in nursing our clients with acquired knowledge, the highest integrity, irrespective of colour, belief, race, poor or rich. We believe in life promotion or otherwise life preservation, restoration and rehabilitation; physically, socially, mentally and spiritually whenever possible, or otherwise where death is inevitable to aid the client to die peacefully through negotiating peace with God.
The Computer Science Department
The future is exciting, the future is Information Technology! Flourish in design, enjoy hands-on-practical sessions, peer-to-peer support, development, and production in computer science.
The Faculty of Faculty of Business Administration
We provide students with a comprehensive business education to make them fit for starting a career and assuming responsibility in the fast-changing environment of global management tasks. The mission of the Faculty of Business Administration is to educate future business leaders.
The Faculty of Law
Our School of Law aims to train well-rounded, critical, and socially conscious thinkers and doers. The cornerstones that provide the foundation for KAAF Law's educational mission are the life of the mind, participatory learning, interdisciplinary inquiry, and education for generalists.
Top Up Courses Available for Nursing & Engineering.
Pursue a top up course in Nursing or Engineering to acquire advanced knowlege and sufficient skills. We also have English Proficiency Course for people who have some or no knowledge in the English Language. The 6 weeks course enriches individuals with the ability to read and write English enabling them to enrol for a mainstream degree programme