The Department of Sciences, since time immemorial has been one of the key pillars behind the training of competent and dedicated teachers in the Komenda College of Education. The respective units under the Department are Pure Science and Physical Education.
VISION: The Department has a vision of promoting a safe, caring and supportive environment where each student’s self-esteem is fostered by positive relationships with students and staff.
MISSION :The Department seeks to create challenging learning environment that encourages high expectations for success through development with appropriate instructions that allows for individual differences and learning styles.
PROGRAMMES AND COURSES
EGS113: Introduction to Integrated Science I
EGS123: Introduction to Integrated Science II for Early Grade
EBC123: Intersection of Physical Activity, Sports, Music and Dance
EGC 237: Early Grade Science I
EGE 247: Policy Document and Syllabus
Analysis in Physical Education and Music for Early Grade
PBI 231: Integrated Science for Upper
PBV 241: Analysis of Policy Documents and Syllabi in Music/PE
JBI 231: Environmental Biology
JBI 232: Particulate Nature of Matter
EGS 246: Early Grade Science II
PBI 241: Integrated Science II for Upper
JBI 241: Introduction to Mechanics
JBI 242: Biology Around Us
Energy and Force Fields
Preparing to Teach Integrated Science
Teaching Strategies and Assessments
Chemistry Around Us
Properties of Matter and Electromagnetism
The entry requirements for admission to the new 4 -Year B.Ed. degree is as follows:
WASSCE Holders: CREDIT (A1-C6) in Six (6) subjects comprising Three (3) Core subjects, including English Language and Core Mathematics, and Three (3) Elective subjects including Biology, Chemistry, Physics or Mathematics.
SSSCE Holders: CREDIT (A-D) in Six (6) subjects comprising Three (3) Core subjects, including English Language and Core Mathematics, and Three (3) Elective subjects including Biology, Chemistry, Physics or Mathematics.
Holders of TVET Qualifications: CREDIT in Three Core subjects including English Language and Mathematics and Three (3) Elective subjects including Biology, Chemistry, Physics or Mathematics.
Candidate awaiting the MAY/JUNE WASSCE and NAPTEX RESULTS can also apply.
Student teachers are expected to accumulate a minimum of 165 credits. The student teacher must:
a. fully meet the National Teachers’ Standards (NTS)
b. achieve a minimum CGPA of 1.5 in all courses
c. successful completion of 168 days school experience (supported teaching in schools)