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B.A Guidance and Counselling
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Programme Overview

The B. A. Degree in Guidance & Counselling is a flagship programme of the CLTD. This degree is offered as a completion programme and is designed for teachers who are diploma graduates and as such would already have the required foundation courses in Education.

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Key Facts

2 year completion: For persons with a recognised diploma or associate degree in the discipline – (48 credits minimum)

4 year full time/Part time: For all other candidates – (123 credits minimum)


Core Courses

Introduction to Guidance and Counselling
Introduction to Sociology
Communication Skills
Human Development Strategies
Child Development
Conflict and Stress Management
Context and Content Analysis
Psychology of Learning
Developmental Psychology
Theories/Techniques of Counselling
Career Counselling
Classroom and Behaviour Mgmt
Curriculum Development
Abnormal Psychology
Ethical Issues in G&C
Violence Prevention Intervention


Entry Requirements

Persons with five (5) CSEC or GCE subjects, including English may gain entry to the full Bachelors degree.


Career Opportunities

Guidance Counsellor
Teacher
Education Administrator
Ministry of Education worker
Lecturer


Fees & Funding

$280,000 per year

Scholarships are available