BRIEF HISTORY ABOUT Islamic University College
The Islamic University College, Ghana was granted interim accreditation by the National Accreditation Board with effect from 2001. On 10th April 2001, 15 students were given admission to do a 4-year Bachelor of Arts programme in Religious Studies (Islamic option). In September the same year, a second batch of 42 students was admitted into the University College. In September 2002, accreditation was given for the University College to introduce a 4-year degree programme in Business Administration with specialisation in Accounting, Banking and Finance, and Marketing.
In the year 2007, the educational wing of the Ahlul-Bait Foundation was reconstituted, with the Iranian institutions merged into one University, Al-Mustafa International University (MIU), with its main campus in Qom, Iran. The MIU was given the responsibility of supervising the over-50 Universities and Seminaries in the other countries worldwide; IUCG in Ghana is one of such Universities.
Vision, Mission & Philosohpy
The vision of the Islamic University College, Ghana (IUCG) is to become the leading provider of academic excellence and moral uprightness in tertiary education in Ghana.
The mission of the IUCG shall be to provide quality tertiary education to the youth, especially to the less-privileged communities; and to undertake research and disseminate knowledge in pursuit of academic and moral excellence for national development and for improving the quality of life for Ghanaians in particular and all Africans in general.
The educational philosophy of the Islamic University College, Ghana (IUCG) is based on the vision of the founders, and is aimed at inculcating into students the moral values of honesty, integrity, peaceful coexistence, fear of and trust in the Almighty God.
Imparting to the students the socially-desirable values of humility, care for the poor and needy, perseverance, and service to community and the nation. And to produce graduates who can apply creativity, critical thinking, innovative and problem-solving skills with the right temperament in addressing the socio-cultural and economic development aspirations of Ghana and the African continent, especially of the deprived and marginalized rural societies.
Islamic University College – COURSES OFFERED
Courses offered(8 courses)
Bachelor of Technology in Building Technology(Building Technology)
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (Banking and Finance option)(Banking and Finance)
Bachelor of Science in Administration (Accounting Option)(Administration )
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (Marketing Option)(Marketing)
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (HRM option)(Human Resources)
Bachelor of Business Administration ( Management information Systems)(Management)
BA Religious Studies(Religious Studies)
B.A. Communication Studies(Communication Studies)
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