Department of Theology, Religious Studies and Counselling

The Department of Counseling prides in its impeccably structured curriculum that aims at offering high quality knowledge and skills in this field. With the effortless strive practiced by our qualified teaching staff; the students get to learn the best from the best. We present a conducive and supportive learning environment to all students.

This department is solely committed towards promoting professionalism, creativity and value to the counseling profession.

Career Options

After successful completion in the programs offered in this department, graduates have a chance to join the vast industry and venture into most if not all the opportunities this field has to offer.

The following are some of the places that offer career opportunities in this field of study:

• Hospitals
• Academic Institutions
• Rehabilitation Centers
• Private Practices
• Prisons
• Corporations
• Community Centers
• Advice Centers

The following are some job titles the graduates can acquire in this field of career:

• Psychologist
• Social Worker (Community/Social Service)
• Therapist (E.g. Marriage and Family)
• Psychiatrist
• Ministers of Religion
• School and Guidance Counselors
• Probation Officer
• Employment Counselor

Our Faculty

Rev. James Karanja, Lecturer, Department of Theology, Religious Studies, and Counselling

Rev. James Karanja

Lecturer, Department of Theology, Religious Studies, and Counselling
+(254)721-283399; EXT: 8186

– Ph.D. in Religious Studies Student, KeMU- ongoing
– Masters of Arts in Religious Studies, University of Nairobi
– Bachelor of Arts (sociology, Religious Studies and Philosophy), University of Nairobi

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