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The College of The Bahamas

Established in 1974, The College
of The Bahamas is a publicly
subsidized, four-year year,
primarily undergraduate institution
with a liberal arts focus.

Locations
The College of The Bahamas is a
distributed institution, operating
from multiple locations:

Oakes Field Campus (Main)
Nassau, New Providence

Grosvenor Close Campus
(School of Nursing and Allied
Health Professions)


Campus
Freeport, Grand Bahama

Abaco Centre
Marsh Harbour, Abaco

Exuma Centre
Georgetown, Exuma

Gerace Research Centre
(GRC)
Cockburn Town, San Salvador

Bahamas Environmental
Research Centre (BERC)
Standard Creek, Andros

2006-07 Student Enrollment


Baccalaureate Degrees
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Limited dormitory spaces

Application Deadlines
* The first Fridav in
February for applicants
interested in starting
classes in the Fall semester
I \,ni.r september)

* The last Friday in
September for applicants
interested in starting
classes in the Spring
semester (January).


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A long history of high-quality
academic programmes.
The credits of The College of The Bahamas are
accepted by more than two hundred institutions
in Britain, Canada, the Caribbean and the
United States. The cooperative relationships
The College enjoys with respected colleges and
universities for credit exchange and cooperative
programmes is another mark of the institution's
standing in the international academic
community.

We're about people

working for

the benefit of people


Successful Alumni
The best evidence of the quality of an
institution of higher learning is its primary
product-its graduates. Many highly successful
people claim The College of The Bahamas as
their alma mater. Among them are leaders in
every sector of Bahamian society, including
Members of Parliament, educators, physicians,
high-ranking public servants, company
administrators and tourism and hospitality
professionals. COB alumni can also be found as
researchers in such noted international facilities
as the Artificial Intelligence Lab at Carnegie
Mellon University, in Pittsburgh, PA.
Excellent Professor Student
Relationships
No class at The College exceeds thirty students
and the average class size is 25 and all classes
are taught by faculty members. Students have
the opportunity to interact daily with their
professors in class, during tutorials and office
hours and join them in research projects and on
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Learning Resources


Computing and Internet Services
The Department of Management Information
Systems (MIS) has responsibility for supporting
the teaching and learning processes at
The College. The College boasts over 300
computers in 20 rooms for student use. These
are 18 rooms with a total of 260 Intel Pentium
4 Based PC's and two rooms with a total of 50
Apple Macintosh machines. MIS maintains
16 rooms dedicated to the use of computers
in a formal lab setting, or rather less formal
classroom setting.

MIS maintains the www.cob.edu.bs website and
the email domains of cob.edu.bs, and cobmail.
edu.bs for employees and students. MIS also
holds the Academic Licensing for software
for Microsoft. Thus, for $80.00 students
may purchase valid CD's for the Windows
XP Operating System, Microsoft Office
Professional (Word, Excel, Publisher, Outlook,
Info Path, PowerPoint and Access), Microsoft
Visio, Microsoft FrontPage, as well as Microsoft
Clipart Library, a $1,400 value.

Library Services
The College's Library five-branch system of
The College of The Bahamas is the largest
public repository of general information in The
Bahamas. As the premier academic library


in the country its mission is to deliver quality
information resources and services through
a variety of means, including state-of-the-
art technology, to support the teaching and
research needs of The College and the wider
community. The total library holdings comprise
around 70,000 volumes in print, electronic
and non-print formats. Within the collection
are Caribbean dissertations and other regional
publications, legal documents, nursing and
medical materials, hospitality and tourism
resources, periodicals in print, microforms, CD-
ROM and online formats, audio visual software,
deposit collections from the United Nations,
the International Labour Organization, World
Health Organization, Pan American Health
Organization and IICA. Online databases
include EBSCOhost, CARILAW, HeinOnline,
Quicklaw, HapI, XREFER, Caribbean Trade
and WorldCat. All branches have access to
audiovisual and database resources.

The Harry C. Moore Library
The College has completed two phases of a
three-phase development project to build a
new state-of-the-art 60,000 square foot library,
named for Harry C. Moore, a former Chairman
of the Lyford Cay Foundation and a devoted
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To the extent that students wish to be involved,
The College affords opportunities for student
leadership in many areas of college life,
including governance. You can participate in
student government (College of The Bahamas
Union of Students COBUS), in an array
of team sports, publication of the student
newspaper, civic work and club and recreational
activities.

Student clubs at The College
include
Circle K
Science Club
Governor General's Award
Golden Z
Nursing Club
Education Awareness Soc.
COB Choir
CDP Club
The Law Society
BHTC Club S
Art Club

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Student Publication
The Spectrum, The College's student
newspaper, is published regularly by interested
students with the assistance of the faculty of
the Journalism Department in the School of
Communication and Creative Arts (SCCA). It
covers news and features related to college and
community. Students who wish to serve on the
editorial board of The Spectrum can contact
SCCA at 302-4484/85 in G-2 (G- Block).


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Intramural Sports Programme
An active intramural programme provides
support for the development of healthy bodies
through physical exercise and proper diet.
Below are just a few of the activities that are
promoted to help reduce health risks and
improve one's quality of living:

Flag Football
Track and Field Soccer
Basketball
Swimming
Softball
Volleyball
Weight Lifting
Table Tennis

Students may play board games such as chess,
checkers and dominoes, pool, table tennis or
video games in the auditorium of the Student
Union Building. In addition, there is a special
gym room for aerobics, weight lifting and power
lifting.


Athletics Department
Five core sports have been identified:
basketball, volleyball, soccer, tennis, and track
& field. Men's and women's teams in basketball,
track & field, soccer and volleyball are being
selected by coaches affiliated with the Athletics
Department. All of the teams compete in the
leagues locally but international trips are not
unusual.

Athletic facilities include multi-purpose courts
for tennis, volleyball, netball and basketball.
There are two softball fields, a track for jogging
and field events and a soccer field. The College
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Academic Excellence


"Jump Start"
Jump Start is just one of the initiatives of COB
designed to provide more opportunities and
greater access to quality education. The programme
permits motivated and ambitious high school
students to earn college credits by allowing them
to enroll in COB courses through the Centre for
Continuing Education and Extension Ser ices.

President's Scholars Programme
(PSP)
Ihe College of The Bahamas Presidents Scholars
Programme I PSP is a unique four-year scholarship
and personal development programme designed
to identity' a limited number of outstanding
students in order to foster their intellectual
growth. refine their leadership 'kills and enhance
their relationship %%ith The College of The
Bahamas. The Programme is based solely on
merit and recognizes tirst-time freshmen who hase
demonstrated excellence in academic achievement.
leadership ability and communirvy er ice.
Presidents Scholars hold a prestigious position
at The College of The Bahamas As a highly
moti ated group, the President s Scholars actively
seek out opportunities to serve humanity, both on
campus and in the community, proudly taking the
name of The College %wth them.


Benefits
President's Scholars receive a full academic
scholarship and a stipend for books, fees and
international tra el. President's Scholars are
engaged in continuous leadership training
facilitated by talented faculty and ci ic leaders
and also participate in International leadership
seminars and workshops. They have a resource
centre w here they gather for social interaction
and study. The centre supplies computer access,
printing, photocopying and faxing privileges.

Career Opportunities
Presidents Scholars complete internships with
firms in their chosen careers. Through these
internships. President's Scholars secure job
placement before graduation. Nlany of them
are employed directly in Management Training
Programmes.

Contact Information
Lortis Shearer
Acting Director
PrLident's Scholars Programme
E-mail: PSHP@cob.edu.bs
Telephone: (242) 302-4559
Location- Room A 85


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Scholarships 1


and Financial Assistance


Financial Aid
The College of The Bahamas offers various
forms of financial assistance to qualified,
deserving students, including scholarships
from private donors, various government
study awards and the Student Work/Study
Programme.
The Bahamas Government continues to be
the greatest benefactor through its bursaries,
national awards, teacher education and
nursing grants and other in-service awards.
Business and industry, civic groups, charitable
organizations, political parties and private
citizens all donate scholarships to The College
of The Bahamas.
Deserving students also benefit from
the College of The Bahamas Scholarship
Endowment Fund which operates under
the auspices of The Lyford Cay Foundation
and the Canadian Lyford Cay Foundation.
Today, approximately 110 students are COB
Endowment Scholars. Students who qualify for
an award demonstrate strong academic skills
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Student Housing
The dormitories of The College of The
Bahamas are located on Gregory Street,
Nassau, just a few minutes from the main
campus. Because The College has limited
dorm space at present, Students from the
Family Islands (out islands) of The Bahamas
are given first preference. Residents live
independently under the guidance of a resident
dorm director, who works to maintain a safe and
healthy environment for all resident students.
Additionally, Family Island and international
students are assisted in finding alternative,
suitable, secure, off-campus housing if they
require it.
For further information on financial aid and
housing contact the Director at 302-4370/1 on
the 2nd floor of the Portia M Smith Student
Services Building, West Wing.


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Chapter One -
The College Bookstore
Chapter One, The College Bookstore, is located in the Michael Eldon Building on Thompson Boulevard across
the street from the Administration Building, Oakes Field Campus. Required texts for all courses, stationery
and other supplies are available at the bookstore which also houses Copy Right Business Centre and the First
Edition Caf6. There are power outlets at tables in the cafi for laptop use. Hours of operation are Monday -
Saturday 7:00 a.m. 7:00 p.m.
For more information, call the bookstore at 397-2650.


College Cafeteria
Cafeteria services for breakfast, lunch and dinner are provided by the campus branch of the Sbarro Italian
Restaurant chain. A wide range of food items are available. Open from Monday to Saturday, 7.00 a.m.
to 10.00 p.m.



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COB puts the accent on student
talent in the fine arts.
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Concert Band are options for musical students.
The Choir travels abroad often.


Pro Gallery
The Pro Gallery, upstairs the S-Block on the Oakes
Field Campus, provides an attractive space for the
exhibition of student art.



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Exciting special events


Foreign Languages Day
Held at the Oakes Field Campus during Spring
Semester and organised by the Foreign Languages
Department, this event promotes the acquisition
of a foreign language by showcasing the diversity of
the French, Spanish and Haitian Creole cultures. It
provides an opportunity for COB foreign language
students to use the target language beyond the
formal classroom environment. The event is always
a fun-filled one with food, games, songs and
dances.


Oktoberfest
Oktoberfest honours the tradition that began
in Germany almost two centuries ago and, as
the name suggests, takes place in the month of
October. Oktoberfest is a rollicking celebration of
German culture, sponsored by COB's International
Languages and Cultures Institute that also exposes
students and other interested persons to cultures
from around the world.






























We're about creativity


in many forms


Colour of Harmony
Organised by the Department of Visual and
Performing Arts, the annual Colour of Harmony,
held in April of each year, showcases the talents
of Art and Music majors. Each year Colour of
Harmony recognizes a significant contributor
to the development of the arts in The Bahamas-
through the presentation of the E. Clement Bethel-
Award. Usually held under the patronage of the
Governor General of The Commonwealth of The
Bahamas, the event begins with a concert which
features the COB Concert Band and Choir and
includes musical selections by individual students.
The function culminates in the official opening of
an exhibition of the works of Art majors.


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Scholastic Awards


President's List
Students who achieve a GPA of 3.50 or higher
in the fall and spring semesters of the same
academic year are named to the President's
List.
Dean's List
Students who achieve a GPA of 3.00 or higher
at the end of each semester are named to the
Dean's List.
Graduation Honours
The Governor General's Award
This Award is given to the student graduating
with a baccalaureate degree who has achieved
the highest cumulative GPA over 3.70; been
recommended by Academic Board; and been
approved by the Senior Administration.


The President's Award
This Award is given to the student graduating
with a baccalaureate degree who, in the
judgment of the President of The College, has
made a significant contribution to the life of the
institution through academic achievement and
a commitment to the ideals, aims and values
of the institution. This student must have
achieved a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.50;
and made significant contribution to COB.
* The College of The Bahamas Alumni
Association Leadership Award
* Family Island Campus Awards
* Overall School Award
* School Award for Academic Excellence
* Programme Awards


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Admission


to the College of the Bahamas


Admission to COB is open to persons who
meet entry requirements. Applicants may
be considered for one of the following
programmes:
* Bachelor Degree
* Associate Degree
* Diploma
* Certificate
* Upgrading
* Graduate programmes facilitated
by The College in conjunction with
offshore institutions

Admissions Criteria
Applicants whose first language is not
English must provide proof of proficiency in
English, such as Test of English as a Foreign
Language (TOFL) or equivalent, in addition
to meeting admissions requirements. Some
COB programmes have additional entry
requirements. For example, programmes
in the School of Nursing and Allied Health
Professions and Music require a personal
interview; programmes in Art require an
interview and a portfolio. Candidates should
contact the relevant Schools/Academic Units
for specific details.

Bachelor and
Associate Degree Programme;
To be eligible for acceptance into a Bachelor or
Associate degree programme, applicants must
have achieved one of the following:
* Five BGCSE or equivalent passes including
English and Mathematics with "C" grades
or higher.
* Four BGCSE or equivalent passes
including English, Mathematics, a Social
Science and a Natural Science subject with


"C" grades or higher.
Three BGCSE or equivalent passes
in subjects other than English and
Mathematics with "C" grades or higher
plus college-level placement in English and
Mathematics in The College's/University's
Placement Examination.
A combined score of at least 1000 on the
Scholastic Achievement Test (SAT) if taken
during and prior to 2005 or a combined
score of at least 1000 on the Math and
Verbal components of the Scholastic
Achievement Test (SAT) (if taken after
2005) along with a high school transcript
with a cumulative grade point average of
3.00 or higher, inclusive of at least one term
of the 12th grade or senior year.
* Successful completion of a college
preparatory programme at COB or an
institution recognized by The College.
* Mature Student Status, that is, 25 years
old or older, with BGCSE or equivalent
English and Mathematics passes with "C"
grades or higher.
* Transfer Student Status, that is, applicants
who have completed at least 15 credit
hours of college-level coursework with
a "C" grade or higher at an institution
recognized by COB and who are in good
standing with a cumulative grade point
average of 2.00 or higher.

Diploma Programmes
To be eligible for acceptance into a Diploma
programme applicants must have at least a
Bachelor degree or professional credential in
the relevant area from an institution recognized
by COB.


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Required Documents Applying for admission


* Only completed applications are reviewed
by the Admissions Committee. In addition
to being signed and dated, a completed
application must include the following:
* Clear copy of valid passport pages 1 4
and 33 (page with expiration date must be
included) or updated Certificate of Identity

* An affidavit or marriage certificate (to
confirm name change if necessary)
* International Students Copy of
Immigration Status, permit to reside,
permanent resident, spousal permit etc.)
* Official Transcript(s) Applicants who have
been out of school for more than three
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school transcript. Applicants who attended
a college/university must arrange to have
official transcript forwarded directly from
their institution to COB.
* A catalogue or course outlines covering the
applicant's period of attendance at college/
university required for possible transfer of
credit if institution is accredited

* Complete COB student medical form is
required upon acceptance
* Clear copies of academic certificates/results
slip (BJC, BGCSE/GCE, Pitman, CXC,
etc)

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LIST OF PROGRAMMES WHICH ARE AVAILABLE
FOR NEW STUDENT ENROLLMENT

Updated in August 2006
Please note that this list will be updated at the end of Academic Year
2006.
All prugr,jmmr : 3,, o nltie ,l i i hi New Providence Campus unless
otherwise indicated.

SCHOOL OF BUSINESS
Bachelor of Business Administration in Economics
Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting (Oakes Field and
Northern Bahamas Campus)
Bachelor of Business Administration in Management (Oakes Field
and Northern Bahamas Campus)
Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance
Bachelor of Business Administration in Computer Information
Systems Option A: MjidiagimeTl ii l:ril:nil Systems
Bachelor of Business Administration in Computer Information
Systems Option B Application -gt':,Ir jiTminI;
Bachelor of Business Administration in Computer Information
Systems Option C Network Systems
Bachelor of Business Administration in Administrative Office
Management
Bachelor of Business Administration in Banking and Finance with a
Foreign Language
Bachelor of Business Administration in Banking and Finance Option I:
Commercial Banking
Bachelor of Business Administration in Banking and Finance Option
II: Private Banking/Trust
Bachelor of Business Administration in Marketing
Bachelor of Business Administration in Economics and Finance
Certificate in Business Administration (Family Islands only/not
Northern Bahamas Campus or New Providence)
Associate of Arts in Business Administration (Family Islands only/not
Northern Bahamas Campus or New Providence)
Associate of Arts in Computer Information Systems (Northern
Bahamas Campus only)

SCHOOL OF COMMUNICATION AND CREATIVE ARTS
Basic Certificate in Art
College Certificate in Art
Certificate in Music
Intermediate Proficiency Certificate in Spanish
Intermediate Proficiency Certificate in French
Advanced Proficiency Certificate in Spanish
Advanced F'ri:,:,i-n1:y c-iiii,: li in French
Associate of Arts in Spanish
Associate of Arts in French
Associate of Arts in Music
Associate of Arts in Art
Associate of Arts in Mass Communication

SCHOOL OF EDUCATION
Selected areas of specialisation are available at both the New
Providence and Northern Bahamas Campuses. See the Office of
Academic Affairs for details

Certificate in Pre-School Auxiliary
Diploma in Secondary Education: Art
Diploma in Secondary Education: Biology
Diploma in Secondary Education: Chemistry
Diploma in Secondary Education: Computer Information Systems


Diploma in Secondary Education: French
Diploma in Secondary Education: Geography
Diploma in Secondary Education: History
Diploma in Secondary Education: Home Economics
Diploma in Secondary Education: Industrial Arts
Diploma in Secondary Education: Language Arts
Diploma in Secondary Education: Mathematics
Diploma in Secondary Education: Music
Diploma in Secondary Education: Physics
Diploma in Secondary Education: Religion
Diploma in Secondary Education: Social Studies
Diploma in Secondary Education: Spanish
Diploma in Secondary Education: Physical Education
Bachelor of Education Primary Advanced Placement
Bachelor of Education Primary Certification Option A: General
Bachelor of Education Primary Certification Option B: Early
Childhood.
Bachelor of Education Primary Certification Option C: Special
Education
Bachelor of Education Secondary Advanced Placement: Business
Studies
Bachelor of Education Secondary Advanced Placement: Chemistry
Bachelor of Education Secondary Advanced Placement: English
Language/Literature
Bachelor of Education Secondary Advanced Placement: French
Bachelor of Education Secondary Advanced Placement: Mathematics
Bachelor of Education Secondary Advanced Placement: Music
Bachelor of Education Secondary Advanced Placement: Physical
Education.
Bachelor of Education Secondary Advanced Placement: Physics
Bachelor of Education Secondary Advanced Placement: Religion
Bachelor of Education Secondary Advanced Placement: Social
Studies
Bachelor of Education Secondary Advanced Placement: Spanish
Bachelor of Education Secondary Certification/4 yr.: Biology/General
Science
Bachelor of Education Secondary Certification/4 yr.: Business
Studies
Bachelor of Education Secondary Certification/4 yr.: Chemistry/
General Science
Bachelor of Education Secondary Certification/4 yr.: English
Language & Literature
Bachelor of Elui: iirn ',:conli ri y C iiif: 3iirn J yr.: Geography/
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Bachelor of Education Secondary Certification/4 yr.: Mathematics
Bachelor of Education Secondary Certification/4 yr.: Religion
Bachelor of Education Secondary Certification/4 yr.: Office
Administration
Bachelor of Education Secondary Certification/4 yr.: Physics/General
Science.
Bachelor of Education *' el:,,ri, ijl., CLi ,i iio:ri yr.: French.
Bachelor of Education Secondary Certification/4 yr.: Spanish
Bachelor of Education Secondary Certification Family & Consumer
Sciences Food & Nutrition Specialty Strand (new)
Bachelor of Education Secondary Certification Family & Consumer
Sciences Family Living and Relationships Specialty Strand
(new)
Bachelor of Education Secondary Certification Family & Consumer
Sciences Clothing Specialty Strand (new)
Bachelor of Education Secondary Certification Computer Studies
Option A Applications Programming (new)
Bachelor of Education Secondary Certification Computer Studies
Option B Network Systems (new)
Bachelor of Education Physical Education (K-12)


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SCHOOL OF ENGLISH STUDIES
Bachelor of Arts in English

SCHOOL OF SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY
Pre-Technology Programme
Single Phase Electrical Programme
Three Phase Electrical Programme
Associate of Science in Engineering Physics
Associate of Science in Agriculture
Associate of Science in Geography
Associate of Science in Architecture
Associate of Science in Agribusiness
Associate of Science in Chemistry
Associate of Science in Mechanical Engineering Technology
Bachelor of Science in Engineering Technology: Electrical
Engineering Technology
Bachelor of Science in Biology (Minor in Chemistry)
Bachelor of Science in Mathematics
Bachelor of Science in Physics with Mathematics

SCHOOL OF NURSING AND ALLIED HEALTH PROFESSIONS
Environmental Health Certificate (cycle)
Diploma in Midwifery (cycle)
Diploma in CommTunrii HtEjiri rJur rng (cycle)
Post Basic Diploma Critical Care Nursing (cycle)
Certificate in Trained Clinical Nursing Programme (cycle)
Associate of Science in Nursing
Registered Nurse to Bachelor of Science Nursing Programme
Bachelor of Science in Nursing (pending)

SCHOOL OF SOCIAL SCIENCES
Associate of Arts in Law and Criminal Justice Studies
Associate of Arts in Religious Studies
Associate of Arts in Sociology
Bachelor of Arts in History
Bachelor of Arts in Psychology
Bachelor of Arts in F'u ih,: Ailimi,, rjriiLon
Bachelor of Arts in Social Work
Bachelor of Arts in Theology
Bachelor of Law (LLB) in association with the University of the West
Indies

CULINARY AND HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT INSTITUTE
Stell:l:l n'r p, i e lnr nol n j i- :. la'n ble il boln the New
Providence and Northern Bahamas Campuses. See the Office of
Academic Affairs for details

Basic Upgrading Culinary Skills
Certificate in Culinary Skills
Certificate in Front Office Skills
Certificate in Hospitality Management: Travel & Tourism
Certificate in Food and Beverage Management
Certificate in Hospitality Management: Supervision
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Certificate in Hospitality and Tourism Skills
Associate in Applied Science in National Apprentice Cook
Associate in Applied S ierni:e in H .pi:ijlily Ope.ijhion:
Associate in Applied Science in Culinary Arts
Bachelor of Science in Tourism Management


CONTINUING EDUCATION AND EXTENSION SERVICES
Selected areas of specialisation are available at both the New
Providence and Northern Bahamas Campuses. See the Office of
Atcdalm'in: AnT rr lor dI 'l..iil :

Basic Upgrading Programme for Traditional Age Students
Mature Upgrading Programme
College Preparatory Programme
Pre-School Certificate Programme
Infant/Toddler Certificate Programme
Management/Administrator Infant/Toddler Day-care Centre
Programme
Journeyman Plumbing Programme
Master Plumbing Programme
Autocad Programme
Music Programme
Forensic Document Exam Programme
Management Development Seminar Series
Certificate in Learning Disabilities
Certificate for the Office Assistant
Certificate in Human Resource Management
Certificate of Competency Pharmacy Review Programme
Certificate Records and Information Management programme
.upervioly MjN,.jij.fmeni Progi]ijTim .
Certificate in Law
Certified Professional Manager Programme
Certified Professional Secretary Programme
Certified Public Accountant Review (Becker Review) Programme
Residential Facilities Caregivers Certificate Programme

GRADUATE PROGRAMMES
Master of Education in Educational Administration in association with
Kent State University (anticipated Fall 2007)
Master of Education in Special Education in association in
association with Kent State University (anticipated Spring 2007)
Master of Arts in Teaching & earningg .in Technology in association
with Ashford University (in progress to be completed December
2006)
Master of Education in School Counseling in association with Kent
State University (in progress, started Summer 2006)
Master of Science in Library and Information Science in association
with University of South Florida (in progress to be completed
Summer 2007)
Master of Science in Early Childhood and Elementary Teaching in
association with Wheelock College (anticipated Summer 2007)


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OAKES FIELD CAMPUS
P.O.Box N-4912
Nassau, The Bahamas
Telephone: (242) 302-4300, 323-8550/2
Fax: (242) 326-7834

EXUMA CENTRE
P.O.Box EX-2911
George Town
Exuma, The Bahamas
Telephone: (242) 336-2790/2
Fax: (242) 336-2791
E-mail: exedres@batelnet.bs


NORTHERN BAHAMAS CAMPUS
P.O.Box F-42766
West Settler's Way
Freeport, The Bahamas
Telephone: (242) 352-9761
Fax: (242) 352-6167
E-mail: cobfpt@batelnet.bs

ADMISSIONS
P.O.Box N-4912
Nassau, Bahamas
Telephone: (242) 302-4585, 302-4499
Fax: (242) 302-4586
E-mail: admissions@cob.edu.bs

FINANCIAL AID & HOUSING
P.O.Box N-4912
Nassau, Bahamas
Telephone: (242) 302-4371
Fax: (242) 326-7834


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