This degree program develops the skills needed to understand the psychological factors of wellness – the difficulties that may affect wellness, and administer interventions to deal with these difficulties. This responds to the need for capability to administer relevant, functional counseling services and to handle in-depth problems appropriately.
The course offers all the subjects required for licensure of guidance counselors and psychologists.
At the end of the degree program, students will be able to:
1. Select and implement appropriately planned intervention programs based on accurate analysis of counseling and/or psychological needs and concerns;
2. Develop applicable, relevant, and value-adding functional guidance programs;
3. Apply the necessary counseling and psychological skills in handling individuals and their needs and concerns.