The Master of Science in Counselling and Social Work programme prepares Social Practitioners for excellence in the fields of Counselling and Social Work. The courses in the programme cover issues related to the assessment, diagnosis, treatment and management of various conditions and they offer participants opportunities to undertake research and practicum in related institutions. The programme is ideal for Practitioners who desire advanced clinical competencies and skills to meet the needs of a growing body of individuals who are faced with social, emotional and psychological challenges. Graduates of this programme will be highly motivated to revolutionize the fields of Counselling and Social Work and provide services which will help the population to lead more meaningful lives.
Upon completion of the programme, graduates will be able to:
The programme is delivered fully online.
The programme is scheduled to be completed in twenty-four (24) months. Participants will complete 58 credits.
In order to pursue the Master of Science in Counselling and Social Work, candidates must:
Satisfy the School’s requirements for normal matriculation:
Note: Depending on the results of the transcript review, participants may be required to complete pre-requisite courses in Counselling and/or Social Work.
Satisfy the School’s requirements for lower level matriculation
Prospective students will be interviewed by a panel from the Graduate School of Education as part of the application process.