The University of Ghana offers 374 academic programmes that are not recognised, according to the 2021 Auditor- General’s report.

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It stated that just 14 of the 374 academic programmes were diploma programmes, while there were 80 undergraduate programmes, 213 post-graduate programmes without accreditation, and 67 doctoral programmes.

One of the report’s numerous highlight is that some academic programmes offered by the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) are not accredited

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According to the report, “out of the 360 programmes run by the University, only 61 have been accredited, 190 sent to National Accreditation Board (NAB) for accreditation and reaccreditation with 109 yet to be sent to NAB for accreditation.”

In order to ensure that the correct things are done, the report has advised the school’s administration to avoid offering programmes that are not certified or whose accreditation has expired.

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The Ghana Tertiary Commission’s (GTEC) website contains a complete list of all approved and unaccredited programmes offered by two of the best public universities in the nation.

The complete list of academic programmes that the University of Ghana and KNUST offer that are not accredited is provided below:

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