University Of Mines And Technology (Faculties, Departments And Courses Offered)

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The University Of Mines And Technology is a public university located in the Western part of the country.

The university was institutionalized in November 2004. It started operating as the Tarkwa Technical Institute in the year 1952.

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Nine years later, the university was changed to Tarkwa School of Mines with the objective of training labor for the mining industry in Ghana.

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In 1976, the university became a faculty of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST).

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The university was elevated to the university college level and referred to as the Western University College of KNUST.

The institution became a full fledged university in 2004. 4 years later, the first batch of the university graduated in Tarkwa without joining the KNUST graduate batch.

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In 2018, the name of the institution was changed to the George Paa Grant.

Below is a list of faculties and departments operating in the institution.

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Faculty Of Mineral Resources Technology

  • Department Of Geological Engineering
  • Department Of Geomatic Engineering
  • Department Of Mineral Engineering
  • Department Of Mining Engineering
  • Department Of Petroleum Engineering
  • Department Of Environmental And Safety Engineering
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Faculty Of Integrated Management Science

  • Department Of Technical Communication
  • Department Of Management Studies

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School Of Postgraduate Studies

  • Postgraduate Diploma (PgD)
  • Master Of Science (Msc)
  • Master Of Philosophy(Mphil)
  • Doctor of Philosophy(PhD)

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