The Master of Guidance and Counselling requires you to complete 36 credit points. This will take 2 years if you study full time, which consists of twelve subjects (24 credit points) per year. Students who have completed two years full time professional experience may apply for up to 12 credit points of advanced standing towards the elective subjects.
This is intended as a guide for planning your studies. For official course requirements and Award Rules, please refer to the Course and Subject Handbook.