Central University College Centre for Open Distance Education
The Centre for Open and DistanceEducation(CODE) was set up in November 2011 following recommendations to Management by the E-Learning Committee set up by the President. The centre was established to provide accessibility, affordability and flexibility of educational resources to students without compromise on standards through the use of ICT. The CODE will offer online CentralBusinessSchool courses leading to the Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Arts degrees and the Master ofBusinessAdministration degree. Selected lecturers in theBusinessSchool have been trained and commissioned to write course contents for use by the CODE. Already, some of the courses have been written and it is expected thatotherswill be received so that by the beginning of next academic year, the centre will be launched and the courses rolled out.
To provide a virtual classroom where various disciplines of knowledge at the tertiary level are offered to learners through the use of ICT.
To promoteeducationfor all by providing both affordability and accessibility tohigher educationthrough ITC-aided distance learning while ensuring that the principles of faith, integrity and excellence permeate all course offerings.
For Further information, contact
Prof. Albert A. Addo-Quaye
Mrs. Pat Nelson