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ST. AUGUSTINE CAMPUS – TRINIDAD & TOBAGO

www.sta.uwi.edu

for those who satisfy the lower level matriculation. Un- qualified Councillors and Aldermen should have at least one (1) year of service in office.

CERTIFICATE IN MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS

Passes in five (5) subjects at CSEC (CXC) General Pro- ficiency or GCE O-Level, including English Language

AND

OTHER PROGRAMMES

DISTANCE EDUCATION AT THE UWI

  • B.

    Sc. Agribusiness Management

  • B.

    Sc. Accounting or Economics (Level 1)

  • B.

    Sc. Management Studies

  • B.

    Sc. Agribusiness and Management

  • B.

    Ed. Educational Administration

At least two (2) years of experience in a computer environment.

Advanced Diploma in Construction Management

CERTIFICATE IN HUMAN RESOURCE

CENTRE FOR GENDER & DEVELOPMENT STUDIES

PUBLIC SECTOR MANAGEMENT [Summer Programme]

Passes in five (5) subjects at CSEC CXC General Pro- ficiency or GCE O-Level, including English Language

The Centre for Gender and Development Studies (CGDS) offers courses at undergraduate level which are designed for personal enhancement and to provide a more holistic understanding and professional training in the field of Gender and Development, or other related activity.

AND

At least five (5) years of practical experience in the Civil Service or other relevant experience.

The Centre offers two minors in collaboration with other faculties: Minor in Gender Studies

(a Humanities based minor)

OR

Other qualifications of special relevance to the course.

Minor in Gender & Development Studies (an applied policy-oriented minor based in the Social Sciences)

NOTE: The Faculty may use its discretion in accepting candidates who do not satisfy the above requirements, but who are deemed capable of doing the standard of work required for the Certificate.

These minors may be combined with other majors and minors, for example, Agriculture, Literatures in English, Sociology, Management Studies, Visual Arts and Psychology.

a guide to undergraduate programmes 2006/2007

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