Pan African Christian University College (PACUC) is an educational initiative of the Church of God World Missions. At the time of this publication, the University College had two Schools: the School of Theology and the School of Administration and Business Management (originally known as the School of Business). Nonetheless, the origin of the University College stems from the historical beginning in October 2001 at Adenta, in Accra where the College operated with only one school, namely the School of Theology. The University College was then known as Pan African Theological College. The University College was later re-located at Pomadze, a suburb of Winneba. It is situated along the Swedru Highway, a kilometre from Winneba roundabout (Junction).