Abstract or Introduction
Ghana’s HNDs from the onset, looked like designed bachelor’s degree program structures, but the problem and mistake were that they were named differently away from that sense and of the high rigors they were initially determined to impact in real-life treatments, and in the actual empowerment of thenstudents, which as such was the approach in lectureship or treatment. We could, therefore, say that this was the main reason they were rivalled and conflicted come to their academic or professional placements and appropriate positionings in the job environments, and not only that, but they were as well as being confused with “two years HNDs” which have had rather much less course contents comparatively. It would be a worthy course to abolish these HND programs from the Technical Universities in Ghana and replace them with bachelor’s degrees in order to avoid wasting time on a 3 years HND, then another almost 2 years top-up for a BTech in the Technical Universities, or a further 3 years or 4 years before getting a bachelor’s degree from a university. One should not spend more time than 3 or 4 years before getting a bachelor’s degree as a powerful foundation to aspire for further studies or contributing to national or regional development applying inculcated innovations and discoveries.
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- Anonymous, 2016, Analyzing Ghana's HND. A Comparative Study with Bachelor's Degrees and Recommendations for Educational Reform, Munich, GRIN Verlag, https://www.grin.com/document/1416820