The goal of Master of Education in Guidance and Counseling is to impart knowledge and skills and relevant attitudes on a wide range of issues in theories of Guidance and Counseling, legal and moral issues in Guidance and Counseling, techniques in counseling, psychopathology, psychometrics as well as research in guidance and counseling.

Minimum Admission Requirements

Undergraduate degree in Education with Second Class Honors (Upper) or an equivalent qualification recognized by the Commission for University Education (CUE); OR Second Class Honors (Lower Division), or an equivalent qualification recognized by CUE, and at least two years relevant work experience after graduation.

Expected Learning Outcomes

At the end of the program, the students should be able to:

  1. Provide leadership and management skills in Guidance and Counseling Centres.
  2. Disseminate useful information related to Guidance and Counseling.
  3. Conduct research and collaborate with global institutions of guidance and counseling with a view to improving delivery of such services.
  4. Apply knowledge and skills acquired to counsel and guide staff and students, manage abnormal behavior, measure different parameters related to personality and cognitive achievements and teach in secondary schools and post secondary institutions.
  5. Train other counselors and demonstrate ethical and professional behavior in the workplace

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