Ghana Christian University College is a Tertiary Institution accredited by the National Accreditation Board of Ghana. Our Institution was established in 1966 by independent Christian missionaries from the United States of America (U.S.A). The purpose of which was to train missionary workers in Sub-Saharan Africa. From inception, our institution was known as Ghana Christian College and Seminary and the main program was theological studies.
Currently we run theological programs, development management programs, allied health, business, nursing, science and technology programs. We are affiliated to the following institutions:
- Akrofi Christeller Institute (Akropong) for the School of Theology.
- University of Development Studies (Tamale) for the School of Development Management.
- University of Mines (Tarkwa) and University of Development Studies for the School of Science and Technology Programs.
- Nurses and Midwifery Council of Ghana (NMC) for our Nursing Program.
- National Association for Professional and Technical Examinations (NABPTEX) for Diploma and HND Programs.
- Allied Health Professionals Council for our Allied Health Programs.