Bachelor of Arts in Counselling Psychology

Main Campus

The programme is intended to prepare students to acquire relevant knowledge, skills, attitudes and values in the general and specific areas of psychology, addiction studies, family and marital issues, children and adolescent issues, as well as management of trauma that will enable them to effectively meet the needs of society.

  • Addiction Studies
  • Family and Marital Issues
  • Children and Adolescent Issues
  • Trauma Management
  • Entry requirements
  • The minimum requirement of Grade C+ must be attained at the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Examination (KCSE) or its equivalent and additional requirements specified for each academic program,
  • Applicants with relevant diploma from an institution recognized by the University Senate
  • What you can become
  • Clinical Counsellor/Therapist, School Counsellor, Career Counsellor, Substance Abuse Counsellor, Trauma Counsellor, Marriage and Family Therapist, Mental Health Counsellor, Grief Counsellor, Child and Adolescent Counsellor, Community Outreach Worker
undergraduate Classes

Our undergraduate programs perspective embraces disciplined, rigorous critical thinking and allows for the nurturing of relationships, creativity, and innovation.