The B.Ed. Guidance and Counselling programme will be seven semesters of course work and one semester of Off-Campus teaching and Practicum (The Practicum takes place during the long vacation after the third year).
Applicants seeking admission into the Guidance and Counselling Programme must fulfill the following requirements by the University of Cape Coast.
A) SSSCE/WASSCE Applicants must pass: i) three core subjects (English, Mathematics, Integrated Science or Social Studies) with grade C6 or better for WASSCE and /or grade D or better for SSSCE and ii) three elective subjects from General Arts, Business, Science, Home Economics and Vocational and Technical backgrounds with a grade C6 or better for WASSCE and/or SSSCE with Grade D or better.
B) Mature Students Applicants must be 25 years and above, and write and pass the Mature Entrance Examination in a Special Paper, General Paper and Aptitude Test organised by the University of Cape Coast.
Goal / Aim / Objectives:
The objectives of the programme are to produce graduates who will be able to:
Organise effective guidance programmes for clients,
Handle clients' problems,
Assist school and non-school administrators to manage problems of their staff, and
Teach in their areas of specialisation in pre-tertiary schools.
The wide range of courses offered at the undergraduate levels equip graduates in Guidance and Counselling with professional knowledge and skills in Counselling to pursue career in diverse fields us as Education, Civil/Public service, Health Services etc,