At Destiny University College, our faculty and staff are dedicated to your academic and career development. They are committed to providing the highest quality of education to our students. Their diverse backgrounds and expertise serve as a valuable resource for students who seek educational and professional advice.
Our degree programs are designed to match current market needs and your coursework will prepare you for real challenges you'll face in the workplace. Upon graduation, you'll have earned a degree from an accredited University.
Destiny University is affiliated to World Link University and the University of Africa (Nairobi, Harare, Lagos and Accra).
DU seek the accreditation of the Ghana Accreditation Board and other international accreditation bodies as needed.
Dr. EMMANUEL M. ASIGBEE
Dr.EMMANUEL M. ASIGBEE is a Professor Emeritus of Economics at Kirkwood Community College, in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. He taught Principles of Micro, Macro Economics,and Advance Principle of Macroeconomics. He was an Assistant Professor of Economics at Graceland University in Lamoni, Iowa, he also taught various courses in Economics and Business namely: Principles of Economics I and II, Agricultural Economics, Comparative Economics, International Economics, Intermediate Macroeconomic Theory, Intermediate Microeconomic Theory, Agricultural Economics & Marketing, Contemporary Economic Issues, Introduction to Research Methods, Quantitative Techniques of Decision Making and Economic Statistics and Economic Development.
He received both his Bachelors (B.Sc)and Masters (M.Sc) degrees in Agricultural Economics from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) in Kumasi, Ghana. While working on his masters, he won a European Development Fund Fellowship (EDFF) to in U.K. and obtained a Masters degree in Farm Management and Management Studies From the University of Plymouth, Seal Hayne Campus in Newton-Abbot. He also received MA in Economics and Social Studies and a Ph.D.in Economics/Agricultural Economics and Applied Economics at the University of Manchester. He and his wife Eugenia have been married for over 30 years and are blessed with three children (Raymond, Fiona and Anthony).
Dr. Joyce Otsyina
Head- Inter-cultural Studies
Dr. Joyce Otsyina is the Dean of the School of Intercultural Studies. She holds an MPhil in Library and Information Studies from the University of Ghana Legon, and a PhD in International and Rural Development from the University of Reading in the United Kingdom.
Dr. Otsyina was the Director of Studies for the Tanzania Institute of Project Management and also taught courses on gender issues and cross cultural management in projects at post graduate level. She has been involved in several consultancy assignments for NGOs such as CARE International in Tanzania and Oxfam GB. She has vast research experience on issues pertaining to rural development, especially in the area of information communication for rural development, Gender and empowerment issues in development.