Courses

Advanced Program (AP) Engineering

Designed for the more academically driven students who know what they want and where they want to go. Students who enroll in our Advanced Placement programs take advantage of our brokered program where once successful are given advanced placement to the School of Engineering and the Faculty of Humanities and Education. A City & Guilds […]

Advanced Program (AP) Humanities, Geriatric and Early Childhood

Another of our newly brokered program designed for two category of students: Students that already possess five or more CXC CSEC subjects. Individuals are required to sit two Unit one CXC CAPE subjects.  Students once successful will matriculate to the Faculty of Humanities & Education to a four year degree programme of which 30 credits […]

Electronic Data Prep. Management

The Electronic Document Preparation and Management (EDPM) syllabus is designed to equip students with knowledge and computer-related skills required to enhance the performance of clerical and administrative tasks. The EDPM syllabus will provide a holistic approach to acquisition of knowledge and the development of candidates’ decision-making and problem-solving skills. It is suited for candidates pursing […]

Information Technology

This syllabus is designed to provide a coherent view of the significance of information in a socio-economic context.  Emphasis is placed on application of knowledge, problem-solving using the computer, and proficiency in using productivity tools. This approach has been adopted in recognition of the impact that changes in the availability of information can have on […]

Physics

Physics is a science that deals with matter and energy and their interactions.  It is concerned with systems, laws, models, principles and theories that explain the physical behaviour of our world and the universe.  Physics is regarded as a fundamental scientific discipline since all advances in technology can be traced either directly or indirectly to […]

Biology

Biology is the discipline in science which seeks to understand the organisation of the organic world through an exploration of the structure and function of life forms at the molecular, cellular, organismal and ecosystem levels, as well as the complex interactions and interdependencies which occur at each of these levels. This knowledge provides the foundation […]

Chemistry

Chemistry is concerned with the physical and chemical properties of substances and the interaction of energy and matter. The study of Chemistry involves an investigation into chemical reactions and processes.  The discipline seeks to explain and predict events at the atomic and molecular level.   Through the principles of Chemistry, students will understand everyday life, nature […]

Mathematics

The Mathematics syllabus explains general and unifying concepts that facilitate the study of Mathematics as a coherent subject rather than as a set of unrelated topics. The syllabus seeks to provide for the needs of specific mathematical techniques in the future careers of students, for example, in agriculture and in commercial and technical fields. By […]

Social Studies

Social Studies contributes to the effective development of the learner by increasing personal and social awareness, and by placing emphasis on values as well as on social and interpersonal relationships. This syllabus seeks to ensure that students develop the necessary skills and at the same time introduces them to knowledge of social phenomena that may […]

English Language

Students who do the English course will explore receptively and expressively three major literary modes, Drama, Poetry, and Prose Fiction, in order to become aware of the many functions and purposes of language.  In doing so, they will discover that the four facets of language arts, namely, listening, speaking, reading and writing, are closely linked […]