Ghana Technology University College

BSc Procurement and Logistics

Students must complete eight semesters in four years to earn Bachelor of Science in Procurement & Logistics. Top Up students must only take four to six semesters to graduate for the award.

Fees

  • Freshers
  • Fees for fresh and top-up students (Ghanaian Students) is GH¢1,500.00
  • Fees for Fresh and top-up students (International Students) is US$1,250.00
  • Continuing Students
  • Fees for continuing students (Ghanaian Students) is GH¢1,327.00
  • Fees for continuing students (International Students) is US$1,080.00

Cohort

There are two intakes in an academic year. They are;

  • September(mainstream) intake
  • January intake

Note: The January intake completes it 2nd semester in August (summer school) and merges with the mainstream in September.

Campuses and learning centres where programmes are available

This programme is available on all GTUC- Satellite campuses in Ghana. They are:

  • Accra(Greater Accra Region)
  • Kumasi(Ashanti Region)
  • Koforidua(Eastern Region)
  • Takoradi(Western Region) and
  • Ho(Volta Region)

Criteria for AdmissionCandidates for admission to the various courses will normally be expected to satisfy the general admission requirements of the University as specified in the Academic Regulations. This requires achieving either:

  1. Senior Secondary School Certificate (SSSCE) and WASSCE holders: Passes in six (6) subjects with an aggregate score of 24 or better including English, Integrated Science, Mathematics or Social Studies in the relevant areas of study.
  2. General Certificate of Education (GCE) holders: Five (5) credit passes at GCE Ordinary Level including English and Mathematics. Passes at the GCE Advanced Level in three (3) subjects with grade D or better in the relevant field of study.
  3. Other Qualifications: International Baccalaureate (IB), IGCSE, GCSE, the American Grades 12 and 13 examinations, etc. which are equivalent to the SSSCE and GCE.
  4. Holders of verifiable qualifications in courses of approved content in relevant field of study from recognized institutions. This is assessed on individual basis.
  5. Mature Students: Mature applicants must be 25 years and above at the time of submitting the application, be in gainful employment and pass an entrance examination and interview.
  6. ‘Top Up’ Applicants: Higher National Diploma (HND) from a recognized polytechnic with at least 2nd Class Lower Division and holders of verifiable diplomas from accredited tertiary institutions. This will be assessed on individual basis.
  7. International Students: International students may be considered for admission if they hold qualifications equivalent to those stated above, and demonstrate a competence to study using the English Language. In addition to the above entry qualification, the applicant shall be required to produce two letters of recommendation from his/her high school.

Admission criteria are set and monitored by Coventry University. Applications with non-standard qualifications are sent to the Faculty of Engineering and Computing in Coventry University for a decision.

4-yr Degree Programmes

Admission to level 100 would require the following entry qualifications:

Senior Secondary School applicants seeking admission must have passes in six subjects with an aggregate score of 20 or better in the WASSCE/SSSCE including core subjects such as Must have passes in core subjects such as English, Mathematics and Integrated Science or Social Studies with passes in 3 electives such as Physics, Mathematics, Geography, Literature, French, Economics, Cost Accounting, Business Studies, Business Mathematics, Typing, Clerical Office Duties, Literature in English etc.
OR
Three passes in Advanced Business Certificate Examinations in addition to five passes in GCE ‘O’ Level or GBCE including English and Mathematics
Applicants with American Grade 12 school certificate must obtain a minimum of Credits in relevant subjects.
Holders of GTUC 6-month Certificate Programmes with a minimum Cumulative Weight Average of 80%.

Five passes in General Business Certificate Examination including English and Mathematics and three passes in Advanced Business Certificate Examination in relevant subjects.

Candidates with GCE Advanced Level must have passes in 3 subjects of which at least one must be grade D.
Holders of International Baccalaureate (IB).

Mature Students

Candidates who apply as mature students must meet the following requirements:
i. Be at least 25 years of age
ii. Have at least three (3) years work experience
iii. Have a relevant professional or work experience, or have authored some work in a relevant field.
iv. Must have passes in three (3) core subjects’ i.e. English Language, Mathematics and Integrated Science plus a pass in any two elective subjects that are relevant to faculty requirements.
v. Must have credits in 5 ‘O’ Level subjects including English Language and Mathematics.
vi. Diploma from a Teacher Training College

In addition, mature students must go through a compulsory mature access course for a period of at least 2 months. The applicant must also pass a competitive Mature Students Entrance Examination in order to gain admission. The examination comprises:
Papers in Mathematics and English Language.
ii. Papers in Physics for candidates applying for programmes in Telecommunication Engineering and Computer Engineering. Applicants to other faculties must write papers that are specific to the requirements of the faculties as well as papers in Logic and topical issues.

2½ yr Top Up Degree

Candidates must have an HND qualification with a minimum grade of Second Class Lower Division from a recognized Polytechnic.
Holders of GTUC Diploma with a minimum Cumulative Weight Average (CWA) of 65%.

Offline Application Procedure

Application forms for admission could be obtained at the GTUC Information Centre, Tesano – Accra, the Kumasi Campus near Ahodwo roundabout, Koforidua Campus Charley Junction, Ho Learning Centre, Vodafone Regional Head Office, Takoradi Learning Centre, Vodafone Regional Office  and at our website www.gtuc.edu.gh here.

Applicants should please note that application submitted will not be processed until the cost of application form of GH¢120.00 is settled with banker’s draft from any bank.

Completed application forms with certified copies of Certificates / result slips should be submitted to the admissions offices before the closing date.

Online Application Procedure

  1. Purchase a voucher nationwide at Ghana Commercial Bank (GCB) at GH120.00  through the SMART _  PAY platformVisit GTUC website: www.gtuc.edu.gh and click on online application
  2. Enter the Serial Number and Pin on the voucher
  3. Complete application form, scan and attach your passport sized photograph and relevant documents
  4. Print a copy of the completed form and submit to GTUC Admissions Office

You can also obtain a hard copy of the Application Form from our various campuses (Remember to attach your passport sized photograph)

NOTE: Applicants with statement of results from West African Examination Council (WAEC)  must add WAEC SCRATCH card(s) to their application form depending on the number of sittings

LEVEL 100 – FIRST SEMESTERSECOND SEMESTER
COURSE CODECOURSE TITLECREDIT HOURSCOURSE CODECOURSE TITLECREDIT HOURS
BUAC 101INTRO TO ACCOUNTING PRINCIPLES3BUMG 104PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT3
BUMG 102INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS INFORMATION SYSTEMS3BUMG 106COMPUTER APPLICATIONS IN MGT3
BUMG 101INTRO TO BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION3GTUB 106BUSINESS STATISTICS3
ENGL 171COMMUNICATION SKILLS I2ENGL 176COMMUNICATION SKILLS II2
BUEC 105BUSINESS MATHS3FREN 172FRENCH II2
FREN 171FRENCH I2BUS 174LOGIC AND CRITICAL THINKING3
AFRS 172AFRICAN STUDIES2

LEVEL 200 – FIRST SEMESTERSECOND SEMESTER
COURSE CODECOURSE TITLECREDIT HOURSCOURSE CODECOURSE TITLECREDIT HOURS
BUMG 201BUSINESS LAW3BUHR 201INTRODUCTION TO HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT3
BUPL 251PROCUREMENT PRINCIPLES I

 

3BUPL 252ETHICAL PROCUREMENT & SUPPLY3
BUMK 201PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING3BUPL 254INTRO TO LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT

 

3
BUPL 253SUPPLY CHAIN MGT3BUMG 205MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM3
BUMG 204INTRO. TO OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT3BUOL 256PROCUREMENT PRINCIPLES II3
BUPL 255PROCUREMENT CONTEXT3BUEC 206PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS3

LEVEL 300 – FIRST SEMESTERSECOND SEMESTER
COURSE CODECOURSE TITLECREDIT HOURSCOURSE CODECOURSE TITLECREDIT HOURS
BUPL 351 PUBLIC PROCUREMENT I3BUAC 309  COSTING TECHNIQUES3
BUPL 357HUMANITARIAN LOGISTICS3BUPL 352COMMERCIAL CONTRACTING3
BUMG 303QUANTITATIVE METHODS3BUPL 354PUBLIC PROCUREMENT II3
BUPL 353CONTRACT ADMINISTRATION3BUPL 354LOGISTICS AND TRANSPORT MANAGEMENT3
BUPL 355E-PROCUREMENT3BUMG 301RESEARCH METHODS3
BUMK 353MARKETING MANAGEMENT3BUBF 359BUSINESS FINANCE3

LEVEL 400 – FRIST SEMESTERSECOND SEMESTER
COURSE CODECOURSE TITLECREDIT HOURSCOURSE CODECOURSE TITLECREDIT HOURS
BUMG 401ENTREPRENEURSHIP3BUMG 452STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT3
BUPL 451MANAGING RISK IN SUPPLY CHAINS3BUPL 452WAREHOUSING AND DISTRIBUTION3
BUPL 453NEGOTIATIONS AND CONTRACTING IN PROCUREMENT AND SUPPLY3BUPL 462STRATEGIC GLOBAL SUPPPLY CHAIN3
BUPL 461MEASURING PROCUREMENT PERFORMANCE

 

3BUMG 464TOTAL QUALITY MANAGEMNT3
BUMG 456PROJECT MANAGEMENT3BUPW 450PROJECT WORK