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The MA in Counseling Psychology is a two year, 48 credit hour programme, designed to equip Christian professional counselors who will be well grounded in Christian spirituality (theology), psychological principles, and African cultural perspectives. Counseling psychology programme requires more than sincere intentions and humanitarian concern. It will try to understand and adequately address the human psycho-social-spiritual needs and issues. It will do this by incorporating integration on a number of levels of psychology, Christian and African worldviews; ethical and multi-cultural concerns through the use of all-round trained Christian counselor-lecturers. Training will enable students handle clients become whole persons: spiritually, emotionally, socially, intellectually and physically; enabling them to grow personally and professionally as they critically look at their spiritual, social, emotional, intellectual and physical life.
Bachelors Degree from an accredited university with a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.75 on a 4.00 scale or an Upper Second Class Honours. A Lower Second Class Honours with 2 years' relevant work experience may be considered.
While an undergraduate major in Psychology is not required, it is strongly required that a student whose background is not psychology should do some courses in the undergraduate psychology especially human growth and development.