At Accra Business School, we believe that at the heart of Government’s digitization agenda should be young people with Information Technology skills educated to global standards who can lead change, drive innovation and solve complex problems. That is why we are pleased to.announce today that Accra Business School in collaboration with South East Technological University (SETU) in Carlow, Ireland will from September, 2022 start the following Information Technology programmes.
- MSc Information Technology Management.
- BSc Cybercrime and IT Security.
- BSc Information Technology Management.
In a meeting held in Ireland this morning by the founder and Chairman of Accra Business School, Bishop Gideon Titi-Ofei and key officers of SETU including, Mr David Denieffe -Vice President for Academic Affairs, Mr Donal McAlister- International Affairs Manager and Dr Declan Doyle – Vice President for Development and Research. All leaders affirmed their commitment to promoting IT education in Ghana.