UTech, Ja. - Summary of Undergraduate Courses of Study - Non-Jamaican Residents

Contents APPLICATION PRIORITY DATES 1 ADMISSIONS PROCEDURES ON-LINE APPLICATION 1 PAPER APPLICATION 1 OTHER ADMISSIONS INFORMATION 2 MATURE ENTRY REQUIREMENTS 2 ACCEPTANCE 2 COLLEGE OF BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT School of Business Administration 3 Joan Duncan School of Entrepreneurship, Ethics & Leadership 4 School of Hospitality &Tourism Management 5 COLLEGE OF HEALTH SCIENCES School of Allied Health & Wellness 6 Caribbean School of Nursing 7 School of Pharmacy 9 JOINT COLLEGES OF MEDICINE, ORAL HEALTH AND VETERINARY SCIENCES College of Oral Health Sciences 10 School of Public Health & Health Technology 10 FACULTY OF EDUCATION AND LIBERAL STUDIES School of Technical & Vocational Education 11 School of Humanities and Social Sciences 12 FACULTY OF ENGINEERING AND COMPUTING School of Computing & Information Technology 13 School of Engineering 14 FACULTY OF LAW 16 FACULTY OF SCIENCE AND SPORT Caribbean School of Sport Sciences 17 School of Mathematics & Statistics 17 School of Natural & Applied Sciences 18 FACULTY OF THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT Caribbean School of Architecture 18 School of Building and Land Management 19 FEES 21 ARTICULATION 22 TRANSFER OF CREDITS 22 DEFERRALS 23 SCHOLARSHIPS 23 PROFICIENCY TEST IN ENGLISH 24 ACCOMMODATION 24 ABOUT UTECH, JA Inside back cover Un i v e r s i t y o f Te c h n o l o g y, J ama i c a The University of Technology, Jamaica (UTech, Jamaica) is established by an Act of the Jamaican Parliament, The University of Technology, Jamaica Act and is the continuation of a long tradition of delivering internationally recognized courses since 1958, spanning the era when the institution was known as the College of Arts, Science and Technology (CAST). The University is committed to excellence in all aspects of its course of study offerings. By submitting its courses of study to accrediting bodies for review and accreditation, the University provides additional assurance of the high quality of its courses in accordance with international standards. The University Council of Jamaica (UCJ) has registered UTech, Ja. as a tertiary institution. The University was granted Institutional Accreditation effective February 2018. When institutional accreditation is granted, the programmes are recognized by the UCJ and local and international stakeholders, as meeting minimum acceptable standards. Other accreditation or professional regulatory bodies to which the University subscribes and which give further assurance of the quality of UTech, Jamaica’s courses in accordance with internationally recognized professional standards include the following: i. Accreditation Board of Engineering and Technology (ABET) ii. Instititution of Engineering and Technology (IET) iii. Pharmacy Council of Jamaica iv. Nursing Council of Jamaica v. Dental Council of Jamaica vi. Council of Legal Education vii. The Commonwealth Association of Architects (CAA) viii. International Federation of Surveyors (FIG) ACCREDITATION Published - September 2020