In a press statement issued to the Ghana News Agency and signed by Ms Cassandra Twum Ampofo, Head of Public Relations of the Service, the approved subjects applied to both teaching and non-teaching staff.
The subjects include Physical Education, Information Communication Technology, French, English, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Mathematics and Integrated Science.
Others are Special Education, Guidance and Counselling, Ghanaian Language, Early Childhood, Visual Arts, History, Geography, Religious Studies, Social Studies, Technical Programmes, among others.
Subjects such as supply and logistics, laboratory technician, library information studies are also included.
The Statement, however, indicated that technical programmes did not include vocational programmes.