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KNUST Courses and Cut Off Points For 2023/2024 Academic Year

Are you a student who want to pursue your tertiary education at KNUST? It is important to know the courses offered at KNUST and their respective cut off points.

The Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology is undoubtedly one of the best public tertiary institutions in Ghana. The University has a exceptional reputation in the Ghanaian academic community. For that reason, any applicant who wish to be enrolled at KNUST must meet certain cut off points requirement to be considered for admission.

Applicants must note that the cut off points represent the minimum grade considered for admission to the institution. This is due to the competitive nature of programmes offered at KNUST. You should note that the benefit of meeting the KNUST cut off points as approved by the university is that you can stand a chance to gain admission to the university.

This article will provide a comprehensive step-by-step guide on the courses offered in KNUST and their respective cut off points.

What is the Cut Off Grade for Knust?

An applicant for admission to a degree programme in KNUST must have a final grade point of at least 3.0. However, for admission to the University School of Medicine and Dentistry, applicant must have a final grade point of at least 3.25.

KNUST Cut Off Points for 2023/2024 Undergraduate Admissions

Applicants are to note that it is important to consider the cut off points when choosing an undergraduate course at KNUST. The table below includes the list of undergraduate courses offered in KNUST and their respective cut off points.

Programme Cut Off Points
BA. Akan Language and Culture 24
B.Ed. Junior High School Specialism 24
BA. Communication Design (Graphic Design) 14
BA. Communication Studies 12
BA. Culture and Tourism 16
BA. Economics 13
BA. English 20
BA. French and Francophone Studies 15
BA. Geography and Rural Development 14
BA. History 18
BA. Linguistics 22
BSc. Fashion Design 16
BSc. Ceramics Design Technology 24
BSc. Metalsmithing and Jewellery Technology 24
BSc. Textile Design and Technology 18
BA. Integrated Rural Art and Industry 19
BFA. Painting and Sculpture 20
BA. Political Studies 11
BA. Publishing Studies 16
BA. Religious Studies 24
BA. Sociology 14
BA. Social Work 15
BSc. Actuarial Science 11
BSc. Aerospace Engineering 09
BSc. Agribusiness Management 18
BSc. Agricultural Biotechnology 19
BSc. Agricultural Engineering 16
BSc. Agriculture 24
BSc. Aquaculture and Water Resources Management 24
BSc. Architecture 09
BSc. Automobile Engineering 14
BSc. BDS (Dental Surgery) (Fee-Paying Only) 08
BSc. Biochemistry 10
BSc. Biological Science 12
BSc. Biomedical Engineering 07
BSc Business Administration (Human Resource Management/Management) 10
BSc. Business Administration (Marketing/International Business) 12
BSc. Business Administration (Accounting/Banking and Finance) 09
Doctor of Pharmacy 06
BSc. Hospitality and Tourism Management 13
BSc. Chemical Engineering 10
BSc. Chemistry 18
BSc. Civil Engineering 10
BSc. Computer Engineering 09
BSc. Computer Science 11
BSc. Construction Technology and Management 14
BSc. Development Planning 12
BSc. Disability and Rehabilitation Studies 17
BSc. Electrical/Electronic Engineering 07
BSc. Environmental Sciences 17
BSc. Food Science and Technology 14
BSc. Forest Resources Technology 24
BSc. Geological Engineering 13
BSc. Geomatic (Geodetic) Engineering 14
BSc. Herbal Medicine 16
BSc. Human Biology (Medicine) 06
BSc. Human Settlement Planning 16
BSc. Industrial Engineering 15
BSc. Land Economy 09
BSc. Landscape Design and Management 22
BSc. Marine Engineering 12
BSc. Materials Engineering 14
BSc. Mathematics 18
BSc. Mechanical Engineering 10
BSc. Medical Laboratory Technology 08
BSc. Metallurgical Engineering 16
BSc. Meteorology and Climate Science 21
BSc. Midwifery 10
BSc. Natural Resources Management 20
BSc. Nursing 09
BSc. Petrochemical Engineering 09
BSc. Petroleum Engineering 07
BSc. Physics 21
BSc. Physician Assistantship 07
BSc. Quantity Surveying and Construction Economics 14
BSc. Real Estate 13
BSc. Medical Imaging 10
BSc. Physiotherapy and Sports Science 14
BSc. Statistics 16
BSc. Telecommunication Engineering 11
Doctor of Optometry 06
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine 15
LLB 06
BSc. Business Administration (Logistics and Supply Chain Mgt/Bus. Info. Tech.) 12

What are the Admission Requirements for KNUST Programmes?

To be eligible for admission to the University of Science and Technology, you must meet the following admission requirements:

  • An applicant for admission to a degree programme in KNUST must have credits (A1 – C6 in WASSCE and A – D in SSSCE) in three compulsory core subjects. These include English Language, Mathematics, and Integrated Science.
  • You must also obtain credits in three elective subjects or its equivalent relevant to your chosen programme.
  • Applicants must have a total aggregate of 24 or better
  • D7, E8 and F9 are not accepted for admission into the university

Is C6 Accepted In KNUST?

Yes, the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology accept C6 as their last cut off grade for admission. It is worth noting that candidate you get grade A1-C6 qualify for admission at KNUST.

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