UTech receives UCJ programmatic accreditation for four more courses


UTech receives UCJ programmatic accreditation for four more courses

Thursday, December 06, 2018

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KINGSTON, Jamaica — The University of Technology, Jamaica says it has been granted programmatic accreditation by The University Council of Jamaica (UCJ) for more of its academic programmes.

The Papine-based university disclosed that Executive Director of the UCJ, Althea Heron, formally conveyed the Council's decision to grant accreditation to four additional programmes in a letter to UTech's President, Professor Stephen Vasciannie.

The programmes are the Master of Science in Built Environment, the Bachelor of Science in Nursing, the Bachelor of Science in Hospitality and Tourism Management and the Bachelor of Science in Food Service Management.

The university said Professor Vasciannie presented the letters of accreditation to respective deans, heads of schools and senior leadership at the university in a special ceremony held at the Campus yesterday.

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