The Diploma in Chaplaincy focuses on developing an effective and reflective practitioner who uses African Clinical Theology and Psychology. In using the tools of personality, communication and listening theories, the chaplain through proper use of the care methods, meets complex human documents at their points of need. The whole course is clinical, practical and theoretical while also emphasizing formation of mature self and mature relationships.
Admission into the Diploma program will be subject to the general regulations of St. Paul’s University. Specifically, those intending to seek admission for the course will be expected to meet the following criteria:
A minimum KCSE grade C- with a C in English
“O” Level division III with a minimum of 38 points with 5 credits, one of which must be either in English Language or Literature in English.
‘A’ Level with 2 principal passes.
D+ in KCSE with additional one-year certificate or above from a college
Equivalents to the above qualifications as determined by St. Paul’s University Senate.