BA Economics UCC Requirements, University Of Cape Coast

BA Economics UCC Requirements

Educareguide considers it important to brief prospective students on Bachelor of Arts in Economics (i.e. BA Economics) entry requirements at UCC (University Of Cape Coast).

Truly, the B.A Economics courses is a very competitive among the economics courses in UCC. As a result, it is the preference of many General Arts students at Senior High School.


UCC Economics Department – University Of Cape Coast

Indeed, University of Cape Coast is a very reputable institution in Ghana and has a very high popularity. 

Also, the UCC economics department offers a wide range of Art programs for selection by WASSCE graduates. 

As a result, many students, especially, those who have completed Senior High School, dream to enter into such a respected academic institution. 

Surely, graduates who excel in this program at first degree may move on to read UCC Economics Masters.

Definitely, there are very competent economics lecturers at UCC to groom you to achieve a high level of competence. 

In this article, we will explore the exact entry requirements for WASSCE students.


Core Subjects Requirements – B.A (Economics) UCC

Before you can gain admission to read B.A(Economics) at UCC, the Entry Requirements for core subjects are as follows:

  • English                                         A1-C6
  • Core Mathematics                     A1-C6
  • Integrated Science                     A1-C6
  • Social Studies                              A1-C6

Because Bachelor of Arts falls under the humanities courses or programs at University of Cape Coast, social studies is normally used to evaluate you.

Nevertheless, you must obtain a credit pass (i.e. A1 to C6) in Integrated Science, to qualify for this program. Check our site for full WAEC Result Interpretation.


Elective Subjects Requirements – BA Economics UCC

In Addition to the above four core subjects, applicants seeking to read BA Economics at UCC must get credit passes in three relevant elective subjects. 

Obviously, the three relevant elective subjects must include Economics and Elective Mathematics.

Henceforth, you should get at least C6 in all elective subjects.

Also, you must realize that the maximum number of aggregate to obtain to qualify for admission is aggregate 24 (most often, there are variations, depending on the situation).

Surely, the university computes your aggregate by taking your best 3 relevant core subjects and your best three relevant electives subjects.

Thereupon, the sum of all your six grades constitutes your aggregate.


B.A(Economics) Entry Requirements UCC Cut Off Point

Though the university has officially set the maximum aggregate at 24. Nevertheless, it reserves the right to set specific cut off points from year to year.

Notably, the specific requirements set is dependent on the performance of applicants and the capacity of the university in that specific year.

For example, university can set the maximum for Bachelor of Arts (Economics) in a particular year at aggregate 17.

Factually, the cut off point for Bachelor of Arts in Economics (B.A Economics) for the 2020/2021 academic year is aggregate 20. Check out the full list of Programs or Courses and their cut off points from our site.


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