Bachelor of Counselling and Guidance (Honours)
About The Course
A career in counselling revolves around guiding and encouraging individuals to manage changes in their lives in accomplishing mental health, wellness, career and personal goals. The curriculum of the MSU honours degree programme in counselling and guidance factors the realities of local culture and moral values in helping relationships, equipping you for multicultural counselling, drug abuse counselling, and industrial counselling. The emphasis given to your formative and summative assessments and regular feedback from your lecturers will ensure that you have a sound foundation in this discipline. The two practicum experiences in this programme are focused on giving you the most exposure in counselling in various environments ranging from schools to hospitals and organizations.
Year One
  • Child Psychology
  • Personality Theories
  • Issues and Ethics in Counselling
  • Adolescent Psychology
Year Two
  • Theories in Counselling and Psychotherapy
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Assessment and Observation in Counselling
  • Group Counselling
Year Three
  • Multicultural Counselling
  • Drug Abuse Counselling
  • Practicum
  • Counsellor
  • Welfare or Social Services Officer
  • Marriage and Family Therapist
  • Rehabilitation Therapist
KPT/JPS ( R/762/6/0027 ) 04/20
Bachelor of Counselling and Guidance is a foundation for entry to an extensive range of postgraduate programmes at MSU's Graduate School of Management.
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Duration of Study
3 years
Credit Hours