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Lamisi all of Legon's forms are the same cost no matter what course you plan on offering in the University.
Now here's the difference between the various Programmes offered:

Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA)

The Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) degree is a combination of courses from the Departments of Music, Dance Studies and Theatre Arts. It is a holistic training programme geared towards professionalism in the Arts.
Admission Requirements:

General requirements as specified for admission into undergraduate programmes in the University of Ghana.

Holders of Diploma in any of the three programmes from the School of Performing Arts (Music, Dance Studies and Theatre Arts), or any other qualification approved by the Academic Board, may be admitted to Level 300 of the BFA programme. Applicant's performance in the Diploma examination must not be lower than B+ average.

All Applicants will be required to go through a selection interview.

Bachelor of Arts (BA)
FACULTY OF ARTS/SOCIAL STUDIES

If you selected the Bachelor of Arts (BA) programme, you will need to indicate which subjects within the Faculties of Arts and Socials Sciences you would like to be admitted into. You can select up to four subjects that you wish to be considered for.

COMBINATION OF SUBJECTS IN THE HUMANITIES
Owing to Time-Table constraints, it is not practicable to allow all the combinations of subjects that are desirable in the Humanities. Applicants are therefore advised to select the subjects of their preference from any three (for Level 200 entrants) and four (for Level 100 entrants) of the following groups of subjects; applicants are not to choose more than one subject from the same group:

Group I Group II Group III Group IV
Sociology Economics Theatre Arts Archaeology
Linguistics Psychology Geography English
Social Work Information Studies Home Science Mathematics

		                                                                                     Music

Group V Group VI Group VII Group VIII
History Philosophy Arabic Statistics
Classics Political Science Spanish Religions
Computer Science *Accounting/Mgt. Swahili French

                                      Dance Studies 	             Russian	
  	                                                                             Chinese 	
  • Not available at Level 100

BSc In The Allied Health Sciences (Medical Laboratory Science, Physiotherapy and Radiography)
Admission Requirements:

For applicants with Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination or equivalent qualification, selection to Level 200 in any of the Allied Health Science programmes shall be by interview after the Level 100 Science examinations.

Applicants who satisfy the requirements for admission with GCE Ordinary and Advanced Levels or equivalent qualifications shall be admitted to the second year (Level 200) of the 4-year bachelor's degree programme.

Applicants in possession of the Diploma in Medical Laboratory Technology (DMLT) of the University of Ghana may be considered for admission to Level 300 of the BSc (Medical Laboratory Science) degree programme.

Applicants in possession of the 3-year Post-Secondary Certificate in Radiography and Medical Laboratory Technology with passes in five subjects including English Language, Science and Mathematics at GCE 'O' Level as well as passes in two subjects at 'A' Level may be considered for admission to Level 200 of the B.Sc (Radiography) and B.Sc. (Med. Lab. Science) degree programmes, respectively.

FURTHER SUBJECT CHOICES
Further to your programme choice, you may need to choose subjects depending on the programme chosen.

Bachelor of Science (BSc)

B.Sc. Science Subjects

If the programme you selected was B.Sc. (Science), you will need to indicate which subject area within the Faculty of Science you would like to be admitted into. You can select up to three subject areas that you wish to be considered for. These should be in order of preference since for the Faculty of Science, applicants are offered admission into only one subject area.

Applicants to the Faculty of Science may be admitted to any of the following subject areas:
i) Biological Science
Biology (Botany & Zoology), Chemistry, Physics, Psychology.

ii) Biomathematical Science
Mathematics and Biology (Botany & Zoology) including one of the following: Chemistry, Geography & Resource Development, Physics, Psychology.

iii) Physical Science
Chemistry, Geology, Mathematics, Physics

iv) Earth Science
Chemistry, Geology, Mathematics, Physics

vi) Mathematical Science
Computer Science, Mathematics, Physics, Psychology, Statistics

Bachelor of Science in Engineering
B.Sc. Engineering Sciences Subjects

If you selected B.Sc.(Engineering Sciences) you will need to indicate which subject area within the Faculty of Engineering Sciences you would like to be admitted into. You can select up to three subject areas that you wish to be considered for. These should be in order of preference since for the Faculty of Engineering Sciences, applicants are offered admission into only one subject area.

The valid subject areas are listed below:

    Agricultural Engineering
    Biomedical Engineering
    Computer Engineering
    Food Process Engineering
    Materials Science Engineering (Ceramics Option)

Hope this clears up the confusion.
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