It is required of all students to participate in a one month industrial training programme during the upcoming long vacation. Internship opportunities have been opened to all students at the following companies… Read More
IMPORTANT NOTICE TO ALL MARSHALLS STUDENTS
On Wednesday 12th March,2014, the General Manager of the Holiday Inn Hotel.Mr Bruce Potter, visited Marshalls University College to familiarize himself with the operations of……Read More
IMPORTANT NOTICE TO ALL MARSHALLS STUDENTS
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We living in exciting moments at Marshalls University College, the reason is that, Marshalls University has partnered with Microsoft to … Read More
As part Marshalls University strive to give our foreign student’s representation and a voice; and make them feel at home in Ghana,the institution with the backing…Read More
PHILOSOPHY OF THE SCHOOL OF ARTS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES
Marshalls’ Hospitality and Tourism programmes provide a broad-
Due to the multifaceted and multidisciplinary nature of the Hospitality and Tourism industry, the curriculum is designed to include the broad range of courses in the humanities including; Economics, Management, Geography, French, Philosophy and Sociology as well as the depth of courses in Tourism and Hospitality management. This will ensure that students become well rounded rather than limited to the area of tourism and Hospitality management.
The Marshalls University Hospitality and Tourism programmes are practical-
The active curriculum of the Hospitality and Tourism programmes ensures that students learn to be producers and creators of knowledge, rather than passive consumers of information. Students are given the opportunity to engage in substantial independent research and creative work through assignments, group projects and project work. The learning process is thus discussion-
RATIONALE, AIMS AND OBJECTIVES
The rationale, aims and objectives of the School of Arts and Social Sciences are consistent with those of the Marshalls University College. These are as follows:
a. To provide quality university education, training, research and consultancy based on biblical concepts and values.
b. To provide, together with other institutions, academic leadership to Africa and the World so as to address through research, education, and consultation, the socio-
c. To provide students with a balanced educational programme that will help them develop and broaden their perception of life and the challenges faced by society.
d. To develop a holistic approach to problem solving and provide an enabling environment for students and staff to develop their full potential.
e. To equip students to personally commit themselves to social change through innovation, inspired leadership and deeper faith in Jesus Christ.
f. To play an effective role in the development and expansion of Christian university education in Africa and the World, through exchange of ideas and resources.
g. To admit students adjudged by the Senate as being academically qualified to study for degrees, diplomas, certificates or other awards of the University, without regard or preference to gender, ethnic origin, race or physical disability.
In seeking to achieve its aims and objectives, the school shall:
a) Provide a wide range of educational activities in an enabling environment to ensure that students acquire the necessary technological know-
b) Collaborate with relevant industry/ world of work, professional bodies, religious, civil, public and private sectors for the development, implementation and review of training packages.
c) Offer courses of study leading to bachelor, master’s and doctorate degrees. Within the period of commencement of programmes of study, the degrees shall be jointly awarded by Marshalls University College and an affiliated institution.
d) Work towards establishing linkages with local or international institutions for collaborative efforts towards enhancement of education and extension of knowledge.
e) Publish the results of studies or research work which are of academic or practical value.
Hospitality management and Tourism Management are interrelated. For Tourism industry to flourish, there should be a good and efficient Hospitality business where tourists are assured of good services. It is therefore important that managers in each sector have some idea of the other sector, hence students reading the two programmes are scheduled to take several courses jointly. Both Hospitality Management and Tourism Management students take the same courses at Levels 100 and 200.
To facilitate teaching and learning, the University has made available lecture rooms equipped with Public Address Systems and Projectors for power point delivery of lectures. Besides, there are demonstration rooms and studios to enable students undertake practicals and hands-
Since all students of the University are expected to be computer literate, the University has a computer laboratory and internet facility to enable students access the internet with both desktop and laptop computers. There are also photocopiers and printers for the use of both staff and students. Read More
P.O. Box KB781, Korle-
Tel: +233(0)575161005, +233(0)289674423
Find information on costs, occupation types, completion rates, for all programs at www.marshallsuniversity.edu.gh
Marshalls University College is accredited by The National Accreditation Board, University of Cape Coast and Microsoft Technology Academy
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