To conduct an interdisciplinary program for a better understanding both the fields of crisis management and counseling psychology.
To prepare students for professional positions in the various fields of crisis management counseling psychology.
To prepare professionals who can respond to a range of uncertain, ever evolving crisis management complexities.
To prepare managers who can evaluate alternative approaches and make critical decisions that facilitate crisis response and recovery operations.
To prepare highly ethical professionals who will work within the boundaries of crisis management to ethical, legal and regulatory standards.
To provide an opportunity for students to engage in significant and appropriate research within the field of crisis management and counseling psychology.
To prepare qualified, knowledgeable, skilful and ethical counselors equipped with the skills to work in a variety of settings.
To offer courses with the priority of meeting the educational and personal needs of its students, based on a scientist-practitioner model, with an emphasis on empirical research and evidence-based practices.