About the School
The University of Ghana Business School (UGBS) is a premier business school in the sub-region focused on developing world-class human resources and capabilities to meet national development needs and global challenges, through quality teaching, learning, research and knowledge dissemination.
UGBS is a member of reputable international networks of business schools such as AACSB - The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (www.aacsb.edu/about), GNAM - Global Network for Advanced Management (http://advancedmanagement.net/) and AABS - Association of African Business Schools (http://www.aabschools.com/).The School has collaborations with leading business schools in North America, Europe, Asia and Africa in the areas of student/faculty exchanges, academic programme, case studies, and research development.
The School offers various undergraduate, masters and PhD programmes in its six academic departments – Department of Accounting, Department of Finance, Department of Marketing & Entrepreneurship, Department of Operations and Management Information Systems (OMIS), Department of Organisation and Human Resource Management (OHRM), and Department of Public Administration and Health Services Management (PAHSM). Some of the masters programmes including EMBA, MBA, MSc Development Finance,MSc Information Systems,and MA Marketing Strategy are also run in a flexible mode (evenings, weekends and sandwich) to enable students pursue graduate studies whiles working.
The School’s executive education outfit, UGBS-Executive Development(UGBS-ED),offers executive education and tailored programmes to executives and senior management across various sectors while its Enterprise Development Service (EDS) specialises in providing business development, business advisory, and consulting to a wide range of enterprises.
UGBS has qualified and experienced faculty who are committed to carrying out research that is relevant for policy, covering a variety of areas including, finance, banking, insurance, accounting, marketing, entrepreneurship, information systems, operations management, human resource management, health services management, and public administration.