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University Of Health And Allied Science UHAS 2021/2022 Programmes and Requirements
All the Courses offered In University of Health and Allied Sciences UHAS are as followed:
SCHOOL OF NURSING AND MIDWIFERY
- Bachelor of Nursing
- Bachelor of Midwifery
- Bachelor of Public Health Nursing
SCHOOL OF MEDICINE
- Medical Degree (MB ChB)
- Bachelor of Physician Assistantship
SCHOOL OF PHARMACY
- Doctor of Pharmacy
SCHOOL OF ALLIED HEALTH SCIENCES
- Bachelor of Medical Laboratory
- Bachelor of Dietetics
- Bachelor of Physiotherapy
- Bachelor of Speech, Language and Hearing Sciences
SCHOOL OF BASIC AND BIOMEDICAL SCIENCES
- Medical Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH
- Disease Control
- Health Promotion
- Health Information
Below are the requirements for all the listed courses:
- All applicants MUST hold a certificate accredited by Nursing and Midwifery Council, Ghana
- Applicants MUST hold certificate(s) in any of the following: Nurse-Assistant Clinical (NAC)/Health Assistant Clinical (HAC); Nurse-Assistant Preventive (NAP)/Community Health Nurse (CHN); and post NAC/HAC; NAP/CHN Midwifery.
- Applicants MUST have practised in their chosen fields for three (3) years or more.
- Crossing over from one programme to another (e.g. General Nursing, Public Health Nursing and Midwifery) is allowed but the point of entry is Level 100 instead of Level 200.
- Health Assistant Clinical (HAC) / Nurse Assistant Clinical (NAC) applicants will progress in General Nursing programme and write the Nursing and Midwifery Council (N&MC) Licensing Examination to be qualified as Registered General Nurses (RGN). The entry point is Level 200.
- Community Health Nurses (CHN) / Nurse Assistant Preventive (NAP) applicants will progress in Public Health Nursing programme and write the Nursing and Midwifery Council (N&MC) Licensing Examination to be qualified as Registered Community Nurse (RCN). The entry point is Level 200.
- Post NAP/CHN and post NAC/HAC Midwifery applicants will progress in Midwifery programme and will not have to write the Nursing and Midwifery Council (N&MC) examination. Entry point is Level 200.
- All applicants will be required to provide their Auxiliary Identification Number (AIN) and Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) certificates instead of their transcripts