Psychologists and Philosopy Professionals

Psychologists study human behavior, emotions, and mental processes. They may work in various settings, applying psychological principles to understand and address individuals’ mental health and well-being.

Areas of Work:

  • Clinical Psychologist: Diagnosing and treating mental health disorders.
  • Counseling Psychologist: Providing counseling and support.
  • Industrial-Organizational Psychologist: Working in organizational settings to improve workplace dynamics.
  • Educational Psychologist: Focusing on educational and developmental issues.

Academic Requirements:

  1. ACSEE Level:
    • Obtain a minimum of two principal-level passes. Obtain a minimum of two principal-level passes in History, Geography, Kiswahili, English language
    • Meet the university’s specified total points requirement.
  2. Bachelor of Arts in Psychology (BA Psychology):
    • Apply for admission to a recognized university offering the BA Psychology program.
    • Successfully complete the program, covering areas such as clinical psychology, counseling, and research methods.
  3. Internship and Professional Development:
    • Complete supervised internships or practical experiences.

Pursue postgraduate studies and professional certifications for specialized areas.