Degree Type: 

Bachelor of Education

Department: 

Department of Guidance and Counseling

Programme Duration: 

4 years (Standard Entry)

Modes of Study: 

Regular

Programme Structure

Level 100

First Semester

RHV 103A: Introduction to Anthropology of Religion I
1 Credit(s)

ASP 101: African Studies
3 Credit(s)

HIS 110: World Civilisation before 5th Century
3 Credit(s)

CMS 107: Communicative Skills I
3 Credit(s)

ENG 101: The Use of English
3 Credit(s)

ILT 101: Information Literacy
1 Credit(s)

EDF 102: Social and Philosophical Foundations of Education
3 Credit(s)

ECO 101: Principles of Economics I
3 Credit(s)

BIO 101: Diversity of Living Organisms
3 Credit(s)

CHE 101A: Introduction to Physical/Inorganic Chemistry I
2 Credit(s)

CHE 103: Introductory Practical (Physical/Inorganic) Chemistry
1 Credit(s)

GEO 101: Elements of Physical Geography
3 Credit(s)

PHY 101: General Physics I (Theory)
2 Credit(s)

PHY 103: General Physics (Practical)
1 Credit(s)

COM 103: Foundation Accounting I
3 Credit(s)

BUS 101: Fundamentals of Business I
3 Credit(s)

MAT 101: Algebra and Trigonometry I
3 Credit(s)

FRE 103: Language Structure and Usage (Spoken)
3 Credit(s)

RHV 101: Religious Experience of Humankind
2 Credit(s)

BPS 111: Introduction to General Psychology
3 Credit(s)

Second Semester

104 BUS: Fundamentals of Business II
3 Credit(s)

MAT 102: Analytical Geometry & Calculus
3 Credit(s)

FRE 104: Language Structure and Usage (Fluency)
3 Credit(s)

BPS 113 : Psychology of Human Growth & Development
3 Credit(s)

RHV 102: Quest for Meaning in Life
2 Credit(s)

EGC 122 : Introduction to Guidance and Counselling
3 Credit(s)

RHV 103B: Introduction of Anthropology of Religion II
1 Credit(s)

EPS 101A: Educational Psychology
3 Credit(s)

HIS 111: World Civilisation from 5th Century BC
3 Credit(s)

CMS 108: Communicative Skills II
3 Credit(s)

ENG 112: Principles of Prose Fiction
3 Credit(s)

ECO 102: Principles of Economics II
3 Credit(s)

BIO 102: Basic Cytology and Genetics
2 Credit(s)

BIO 103: Data Collection and Analysis
1 Credit(s)

CHE 105: Introduction to Basic Organic Chemistry I
2 Credit(s)

CHE 104: Introductory Practical Organic Chemistry
1 Credit(s)

GEO 102: Elements of Human Geography
3 Credit(s)

PHY 102: General Physics II (Theory)
2 Credit(s)

PHY 104: General Physics II(Practical)
1 Credit(s)

COM 104: Foundation Accounting II
3 Credit(s)

Level 200

First Semester

PHY 202: Electricity and Magnetism (Theory)
2 Credit(s)

PHY 206: Electricity and Magnetism (Practical)
1 Credit(s)

ACT 202: Intermediate Accounting II
3 Credit(s)

BUS 206: Business Communications
3 Credit(s)

MAT 202: Vector Algebra and Differential Equations
3 Credit(s)

FRE 207: Language Structure and Usage (Written)
3 Credit(s)

RHV 201: Early Christian History
2 Credit(s)

EGC 211: Communication in Counselling
3 Credit(s)

RHV 205: History of Old Testament
2 Credit(s)

EPS 212: Special Education
3 Credit(s)

HIS 208: Colonialism, Independence and Nation Building in the USA to 1840
3 Credit(s)

EGC 213: School Counselling
3 Credit(s)

ENG 203: The Sentence and its Parts
3 Credit(s)

EGC 215: Group Procedures in Guidance and Counselling
3 Credit(s)

PHL 205: Critical Thinking and Practical Reasoning
2 Credit(s)

ECO 202: Elements of Economics (Macro)
3 Credit(s)

CHE 105B: Introduction to Basic Organic Chemistry II
2 Credit(s)

BIO 202: Cell and Tissue Organisation
3 Credit(s)

GEO 201: Geographic Thought
3 Credit(s)

Second Semester

CHE 105B: Introduction to Basic Organic Chemistry II
2 Credit(s)

GEO 201: Geographic Thought
3 Credit(s)

PHY 202: Electricity and Magnetism (Theory)
2 Credit(s)

EPS 211: Educational Statistics
3 Credit(s)

EGC 222: Counselling Special Needs Children
3 Credit(s)

BPS 223: Abnormal Psychology
3 Credit(s)

BPS 224: Psychology of Personality
3 Credit(s)

ECO 202: Elements of Economics (Macro)
3 Credit(s)

BIO 211: Plant Physiology
3 Credit(s)