The program’s philosophy that determines the general orientation and control operations is based on three pillars. The first one is to build a solid knowledge base in psychology that keeps pace with innovation in theory and practice. The second pillar is of apprenticeship, where the program is heading towards preparing technical cadres capable of active practice in institutions and community services. The third pillar is of professional flexibility and the ability to shift from one area to another in practice to keep up with the changes in needs in the field of jurisdiction and meet them.
  1. Prepare the cadres and professionals specializing in Counseling Psychology eligible for artwork with various clients’ categories, and provide technical advice to institutions of care, treatment and rehabilitation in the public and private sectors.
  2. Qualifying graduates to be able to plan and manage outreach programs.
  3. Qualifying graduates that are able to diagnose individuals with behavioral, emotional and social problems, and analyzing the results of psychological tests.
  • Practicing psychological counseling after obtaining a special license to practice the profession.
  • Diagnose psychological problems and interpreted in the light guiding theories that are taught.
  • Interview procedures (individual and collective).
  • Plan for the therapeutic strategy guiding the development of strategies according to different guidelines.
  • Abide by the rules of ethical and professional career counseling.
  • Building diagnostic methods (interviews, ,,,) and the preparation of reports, psychological tests.
  • Carry out scientific research in the field of counseling.
  • Awareness of the need for continuing professional development.
  • Gain analytical and critical thinking and effective communication skills with others.
  • Acquire dealing with information technology skills

Conditions for enrolling in this program are:

  1. BA in any major or minor psychology branch with a GPA of not less than 2.5 from 4.
  2. BA in any academic field provided the student takes the psychological courses defined for him/ her by the Psychology Department.
  3. Passing the Psychology Department Interview.
  4. Passing the Psychology Department English Test.