To equip the student with the knowledge, skills and techniques from given theories so that they can have a diverse knowledge base to inform conceptualization and interventions. Additionally, the student will examine the Biblical and African philosophy of human behavior.

This is an advanced course of HIV/AIDS counseling. 

The course will examine the facts about HIV/AIDS and the progression of the HIV in the body. Focus on the nature of HIV//AIDS in counseling, the process and skills, cultural and psychosocial and spiritual aspects of HIV/AIDS counseling. Counseling for prevention and antibody testing. Overview of Voluntary Counseling and Testing and counseling for special needs.

This course provides students with relevant knowledge of effective parenting to enable him/her to revise his/her own way of parenting and to facilitate other parents to parents in an informed way.

The overall emphasis in this course is on the theoretical foundations of psychology as they relate to human learning and behavior. The following topics will be reviewed: historical perspectives of early learning theories, prevailing theories of human development, classical and operant conditioning, effects stimuli have on learning and behavior, social learning, motivation, cognitive developmental theory in the context of learning stages and processes, memory and human information processing models, and problem-solving methods.

The course will equip the students with :

- the knowledge of psychology of personality and personality theories 
- and their application to Counseling.

This course will equip students with knowledge of abnormal psychology for better conceptualization of their clients’ challenges and for them to apply it to their Counselling situations.

To introduce the student to key considerations in health psychology for equipping him/her to effectively deal with health issues in counselling

To introduce the student to multicultural diversity in counseling, towards informed application of multicultural competences.

This course is intended to stimulate student’s interest and appreciation in the value of acquiring knowledge and skills in handling social statistics. In this regard, it will enable students acquire knowledge and skills in social statistics vital for social research and development planning. The course will enable students understand the centrality of social statistics data-base in the life of an organisation and the society at large. In fact students will find themselves applying social statistics knowledge and skills in all aspects of their work regardless of the sector.

 

This course exposes students to the causes and effects of abuse on children. Theories of abuse will be discussed and applied to practical situations.