Department Of Psychology

The Department of Psychology operates on the Seventh-day Adventist world view which holds that God is the creator and Sustainer of the universe and life and is the source of true knowledge. The entrance of sin caused man’s alienation from God; therefore, the restoration of man’s relationship with God is the foundation of Christian education. This leads students into self actualization and to discover and understand the truth through critical thinking.

Courses Offered

  • 1. Bachelor of Arts in Counselling Psychology
  • 2. Associate Degree in Counselling Psychology
  • 3. Minor in Counselling Psychology
  • 4. Minor in Psychology
  • 5. Minor in Health Psychology


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  • Course Descriptions
  • Admission requirements

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God is the Creator and Sustainer of life and of the natural world.As intelligent stewards, humans need to understand life, unity, diversity and its distribution in space and time, and responsibly in its utilization and preservation.


The Department of Psychology provides and advances a wholistic quality Christian education which develops men and women to be earnest seekers of truth and equips them with appropriate knowledge, skills and attitudes for service of God and humanity.


The Department of Psychology envisions to be a leading centre of excellence in higher education and research producing world-class counsellors and psychologists equipped with moral virtues.

List of Faculty

  • Ruto, D. -Chairperson
  • Bwana, D.
  • Balyage, Y. -(part time)
  • Chepkwony, C.
  • Malayi, A.
  • Onyango, N.
  • Tiengo, E. -(part time)