The main aim of Bachelor Of Education In Guidance And Counselling programme is to prepare high-quality Guidance and Counselling professionals focusing on career choice and its influence. Graduates from this programme are eligible for teaching in programmes serving career development and planning, guidance and counselling curriculum developers, guidance and counselling policy planners, programme administrators and inspectors of guidance and counselling programmes.
What and how will you learn?
In this degree programme every student has to take courses in one teaching subject (major), guidance and counselling related courses as well as teacher education courses. Learning methods will include lectures, independent reading from different sources, seminar presentations, practical assignments and Teaching Practice.
Entry requirements for Bachelor Of Education In Guidance And Counselling
Direct entry qualifications
Two principal passes in any of the following subjects: Kiswahili, English, Literature, History, Geography, French, Arabic, Economics, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry or Biology.
Equivalent entry qualifications
Diploma in Education, Diploma in Primary Teacher Education, Diploma in Secondary Education, Diploma in Social Work with an average of “B” or GPA of 3.0 and either four passes at O‟ Level for Form Six leavers or Certificate in Teaching (Grade A) for non –form six leavers.
Graduates from this programme are professional Teachers teaching in programmes serving career development and planning, Guidance and Counselling Curriculum Developers, Guidance and Counselling Policy Planners, Programme Administrators and Inspectors of guidance and counselling programmes.