Dr. Amina Jangu Alhassan is a Senior Lecturer currently lecturing graduate students in Management Operations, Financial Administration in Education, Management of Educational Institutions, Administrative Systems of Education in Ghana at the Institute for Educational Planning and Administration, a UNESCO Category II Centre of Excellence at the University of Cape Coast (UCC), Ghana
Dr. Jangu Alhassan holds a PhD in Education from the University of Central Nicaragua, an MPhil in Educational Administration from the Institute of Educational Planning and Administration, University of Cape Coast, a Post Graduate Diploma in Distance Education from Indira Gandhi National Open University, India and a BEd Psychology degree from the University of Cape Coast.
Dr. Jangu Alhassan is an educationist by profession and has worked at all levels of Ghana's educational system. She worked with the Ghana Education Service from pre-secondary to secondary education level. Lately, she worked with the College of Distance Education University of Cape Coast as a Regional Coordinator.
Dr. Jangu Alhassan has attended numerous conferences and has also published many journals and research works in educational leadership. Notable among them are: The Role of Wisdom in Good Instructional Leadership: A Thematic Analysis of Views from Educational Leaders. Texila International Journal of Academic Research 4 (2), 47-62; The Status of Provisions Made for Teacher Development under Ghana’s 2007 Educational Policy in the Wa Municipality. IOSR Journal of Research & Method in Education, 10(3), 48-60; Provisions Made for Curriculum Development in Ghana’s 2007 Educational Policy: Any Lessons for Consideration by Stakeholders of Education in the Upper West Region. International Journal of Innovative Research & Development, 9(6), pp 70-83; Evaluation of Ghana's 2007 Educational Policy: Effects on Education in the Upper West Region. Universal Journal of Educational Research, 8(9), 4242 – 4260, among others.
Dr. Jangu Alhassan is the proud recipient of the Certificate of Merit as the “Best Paper-Silver” for the Research at the 2nd International Scientific E-Conference 2015 conducted by Texila American University.
Her education research interests are on Educational Leadership, Policy and Change and Operational Issues in Higher Education. Her passion is to see the Ghana Education System and that of West Africa come to life through innovation and collective determination to implement educational policies successfully.