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MAKATI SCIENCE TECHNOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF THE PHILIPPINES

44410 Old Sta. Mesa St., Sampaloc, Sta. Mesa, Manila

PRINCIPLES OF GUIDANCE AND COUNSELING

MSTIP VISION:
A community of administrators, teachers, parents, and students working together
to produce competent graduates and skilled workers whose individual lives are improved
and thus making them productive members of the society.

MISSION:

To make quality education accessible to all people regardless of social classes


and financial capabilities providing them courses and disciplines comparative to those
given in other Universities and Colleges

GRADUATE ATTRIBUTES:

1. Solution Provider – Applied knowledge, concepts, theories, and industry based


skills in order to identify, solve and recommend solutions aligned to the goals
of its users and the organization to which they operate.

2. Committed – Able to cope with the demands of goals, commitments and


responsibilities even when faced with unexpected situations.

3. IT enabled – Uses innovative methods and appropriate technologies to


perform task effectively and efficiently.

4. Customer –Oriented Professional – Understand the needs of his customers,


the intent and spirit of their requirements in order to respond appropriately in
verbal and non-verbal forms.

5. Team Player – Function effectively as an individual and as a member in


diverse teams and in multidisciplinary settings by respecting, recognizing and
tapping individual and cultural differences and strengths to achieve goals.

6. Good Communicator – Able to effectively communicate orally and in writing


using English language.

7. Ethical Professional – Understand his social and ethical responsibilities.

8. Contribution to Nation Building Recognizes the needs of the society and


contributes ideas to address societal concerns and issues for the overall
betterment of the nation and his/her countrymen.

9. Lifelong Learner – recognizes the fast-paced demands of industry allowing him


or her to formulate personal goals aligned to organizational goals to determine
plans of action to Improve own performance, capability and self.

PROGRAM OUTCOMES:

Bachelor of Science in Psychology is a profession that applies Psychology


concepts, principles and strategies to respond the needs of industrial partners. As such
graduates of this program are capable of handling job requirements in industrial-related
jobs such as human resources, workplace analysis, training and organizational
development. Furthermore, products of this program can aid industries in developing
and enhancing relevant knowledge and skills in industrial psychology that is vital for
organizational sustainability.
MAKATI SCIENCE TECHNOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF THE PHILIPPINES
44410 Old Sta. Mesa St., Sampaloc, Sta. Mesa, Manila

PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES MSTIP GRADUATE


ATTRIBUTES
PEO 1: Apply Psychology principlesand practices to A B C D E F G H I
formulate solutions and develop programs to meet industrial X X X
and organizational needs.
PEO 2: Contribute on the sustainability in the field of
psychology as a solution to societal needs X X X X X X
PEO 3: Pursue graduate studies, licensure and
certifications in the field of Psychology, locally and X X
internationally

PROGRAM
STUDENTS LEARNING OUTCOMES EDUCATIONAL
OBJECTIVE
PEO1 PEO2 PEO3
Ability to apply knowledge of principles and practices to solve
a. industry problems X
Ability to design and conduct researches, as well as to analyze
b. and interpret data X
Ability to design an organizational psychological interventions
to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as X X
c. economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and
safety and sustainability, in accordance with standards
d. Ability to function on multidisciplinary teams X
e. Understanding of professional and ethical responsibility X X
f. Ability to communicate effectively X
g. Board education necessary to understand the impact of
industrial organizational psychology solutions in a global X
economic, and societal context.
h. Recognition of the needs for, and an ability to engage in life-
long learning. X
i. Knowledge of contemporary issues. X
j. Ability to use techniques, skills and modern psychological
assessment and program design necessary for psychological X
practice.
k. Knowledge and understanding of psychological and
management principles as member and leader in a team, to X
manage projects and multidisciplinary environments.
l. Ability to used relevant information and research drawn facts in
performing sound management decision and entrepreneurial X
growth.
MAKATI SCIENCE TECHNOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF THE PHILIPPINES
44410 Old Sta. Mesa St., Sampaloc, Sta. Mesa, Manila

PROGRAM: BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN PSYCHOLOGY (BSP)

PRINCIPLES OF GUIDANCE
Subject Title : AND COUNSELING
Subject Code : PSYC313A
Credit : 3 Units
Prerequisites : Algebra & Gen. Psychology
(3 hours per week) 54
No. of Hours : hours

I. COURSE DESCRIPTION:

The course is study of concepts, process and techniques of guidance and


counseling which is vital in the field. Relative theories with respective view about human
life and different strategies and techniques in guidance and counseling will be introduced
to students. As an elective course, this can aid future psychology practitioner in
industries to be familiar with basics guidance applicable to workplace.

II. COURSE LEARNING OUTCOMES:

At the end of the course. The learner are expected to:

CLO1 Define what is the view of different theorists about human nature.
CLO2 Differentiate views on human nature based on the psychological perspective
and concepts of different theorists.
CLO3 Familiarized different concepts about guidance and counseling on the
perspective of different theorists.
CLO4 Apply different therapeutic techniques in classroom activities in a form of
simulations.
CLO5 Indentify therapeutic processes that can be effectively used in workplaces.
CLO6 Perform some of the techniques and processes towards effective learning.

III. REFERENCES

Primary Reference

Corey, G. (2015). Theory and Practice of Counseling. New York: Brooks Cole.

Supporting References

Corey. G. (2016). Theory and Practice of Counseling and Psychotherapy.


New York: Brooks Cole.

Flanaga, S. (2017). Counseling & Psychotherapy Theories in Context in


Practice. Skills, Strategies and Techniques. New York: John Wiley.

Kapunan, R. (2013) Fundamenrals of Guidance and Counseling. Manila:


Rex Bookstore.

Mendoza, E. (2014). Guidance and Counseling Today: Manila: Rex Bookstore.

IV. INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIES:

Lecture, Group Discussions and Activities, Computer-aided Lessons,


Peer-critiquing, inference to previous researches with relevancy, oral recitation,
documentations and role playing and sample simulations of counseling
techniques and processes, assignments, Quizzes, Midterm and Final
Examinations.
MAKATI SCIENCE TECHNOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF THE PHILIPPINES
44410 Old Sta. Mesa St., Sampaloc, Sta. Mesa, Manila

V. NUMERICAL GRADING SYSTEM

Class Standing Percentage PRELIM GRADE =


(Components may (Components (60% Class Standing + Grade
be changed may be 40% Major Exam) Descripti
accordingly) changed Equivale on
Percentage
accordingly) nt
MIDTERM GRADE 97-100 1.00 Excellent
Quizzes 30 = (60% Class Standing + 94-96 1.25 Superior
40% Major Exam) * 70% Very
Recitation 20 92-93 1.50
+ MG * 30% Good
Project 20 89-91 1.75 Good
Above
Assignment 10 86-88 2.00
PRE-FINAL GRADE = Average
Seatwork 20 (60% Class Standing + 83-85 2.25 Average
40% Major Exam) * 70%
Total 100 + FG * 30% 81-82 2.50 Average
78-80 2.75 Fair
FINAL GRADE = 75% 75-77 3.00 Passed

Below 75 5.00 Failed


DRP Dropped
Incomplet
Inc
e

VII. STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES;

CODE DESCRIPTION RELATIONSHIP


a.. Ability to apply knowledge of principles and practices to solve industry E
problems
b. Ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret
data
Ability to design an organizational and psychological interventions to meet
c. desired needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental,
social, political, ethical, health and safety and sustainability, in accordance with
standards.
d. Ability to function on multidisciplinary teams I
e. Understanding of professional and ethical responsibility E
f. Ability to communicate effectively I
g. Broad education necessary to understand the impact of industrial and I
organizational psychology solutions in global, economic, and societal context
h Recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning E
I knowledge of contemporary issues E
j. Ability to use techniques, skills, and modern psychological assessments and
program designs necessary for psychology practice. D
k. Knowledge and understanding of psychology and management principles as a
member and leader in a team, to manage project and multidisciplinary
environments
L Ability to use relevant information and research drawn facts in performing E
sound management decision and entrepreneurial growth

Legend: I – An Introductory course to an outcome


E – A course that strengthens the outcome
D – A course demonstrating am outcome
MAKATI SCIENCE TECHNOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF THE PHILIPPINES
44410 Old Sta. Mesa St., Sampaloc, Sta. Mesa, Manila

COURSE OUTLINE
Learning
Week Outcomes Module TOPICS

Psychoanalytic Therapy: Sigmund Freud


1 History
1 CLO-1,2,3,4,5,6 2 View of Human Nature
3 Key Concepts
4 Therapeutic Techniques
5 Therapeutic Process
Analytical Therapy: Carl Jung
6 History
2 CLO-1,2,3,4,7,8,9 7 View of Human Nature
8 Key Concepts
9 Therapeutic Techniques
10 Therapeutic Process
Individual Psychology Therapy: Alfred Adler
11 History
12 View of Human Nature
13 Key Concepts
3 CLO-1,2,3,4,7,8,9 14 Therapeutic Techniques
15 Therapeutic Process
Existential Therapy: Victor Frankl
16 History
17 View of Human Nature
5 CLO-1,2,3,4,7,8,9 18 Key Concepts
19 Therapeutic Techniques
20 Therapeutic Process
6 PRELIM EXAMINATION
Gestalt Therapy: Fritz Perls
21 History
7 CLO-1,2,3,4,7,8,9 22 View of Human Natre
23 Key Concepts
24 Therapeutic Techniques
25 Therapeutic Process
Person-Centered Therapy: Carl Rogers
26 History
8-9 CLO-1,2,3,4,7,8,9 27 View of Human Nature
28 Key Concepts
29 Therapeutic Concepts
30 Therapeutic Process
Behavior Therapy: B.F. Skinner
31 History
32 View of Human Nature
33 Key Concepts
34 Therapeutic Techniques
35 Therapeutic Process
Rationale Emotive Behavior Therapy: Abert Ellis
36 History
37 View of Human Nature
10 CLO-1,2,3,4,5,6,7,9 38 Key Concepts
39 Therapeutic Techniques
40 Therapeutic Process
11 MID-TERM EXAMINATION
Cognitive Therapy: Aaron Beck
41 History
12 CLO-1,2,3,4,5,6,7,9 42 View of Human Nature
43 Key Concepts
44 Therapeutic Techniques
MAKATI SCIENCE TECHNOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF THE PHILIPPINES
44410 Old Sta. Mesa St., Sampaloc, Sta. Mesa, Manila

45 Therapeutic Process
Narrative Therapy: Michael Kingsley White
46 History
13 CLO-1,2,3,4,5,6,7,9 47 View of Human Nature
48 Key Concepts
49 Therapeutic Techniques
50 Therapeutic Process
Really Therapy: William Glasser
51 History
52 View of Human Nature
14 CLO-1,2,3,4,5,6,7,9
53 Key Concepts
54 Therapeutic Techniques
55 Therapeutic Process
15 FINAL EXAMINATION

Prepared by: Approved by:

DR. TERESITA T. PEDRAJA ERIC A. DOLLOSO


Faculty President
MAKATI SCIENCE TECHNOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF THE PHILIPPINES
44410 Old Sta. Mesa St., Sampaloc, Sta. Mesa, Manila

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