Philosophy underlying the undergraduate programme of Guidance and Counseling is in line with the core value of the University which focus on the moral rectitude for the production of globally competitive graduates that love universal truth for the upliftment of the society. Inexperienced students need to be guided alright in tier educational, vocational and socio-personal endavour so as to produce the total man. That is the essence of the Guidance and Counseling.
The objectives of the programme are
- To produce educational counselors
- To produce professionally qualified educationalists who can impact on the behaviour of younger generation for the benefit of the society.
- To train school counselors who can assume leadership positions in the Ministry of Education, College of Education and Universities.
The scope of the programme covers the three major alms of the Guidance and Counseling which include educational counseling, vocational/career counseling, socio-personal counseling, sensitivity training, practicum and special educational needs (SEN).