Not many people commit to pursuing a DBA (doctor of business administration) after the age of 50, but for Lewis Rutherfurd there were two compelling...
This programme offers specialized training in guidance and counselling for professionals in education and social services, such as counsellors, guidance professionals, frontline teachers, and social workers. Courses are structured systematically to help participants acquire a broad range of theories and skills and to apply them in diverse settings and populations. The training orientation of this programme emphasizes theory and practice integration, as well as personal/professional growth and development. Students can focus on one of four streams.
Specialized Streams and Focus
Individualized practicum experience is a unique feature of this programme. All students are required to complete a counselling practicum experience at the Department of Educational Psychology Counselling Service, or at an approved agency/organization.