Department of Social Work
The Bachelor of Social Work Curriculum provides a foundation for social work practices. Social Workers are trained in the generalist model of social work, which assures that professional social work skills, values, and knowledge can be applied in working with individuals, groups, families and communities. The Bachelor of Social Work curriculum provides a professional standard of education that can be applied to many diverse settings, populations and problem areas. Social workers will be educated on content such as:
Education in the Field
Field study is an integral and essential component of the BSW curriculum. Students gain at least 300 hours of supervised social work practice in a professional curriculum in order to apply classroom learning in the field.
Why BSW at Dr. M.G.R
Opportunity to do internship with 1500 NGO's in southern India
Skills required for a Social Worker
Areas of Work
Master of Social Work (M S W)
KEY NOTES ABOUT THE PROGRAM
The major goal of Social Work is to improve human well- being and help to meet the basic needs of all people. Social workers help empower individuals, especially those who are vulnerable, oppressed, and living in poverty. Social workers are committed to social justice and enhancing the quality of life for individuals, families, groups, communities and systems.
M.S.W (Master of Social work)
1.Curriculum and Syllabus covers and prepares the students for clinical practice.
2.Enables as a post-graduate to work in clinical settings or private practices.
3.Coursework focuses on specialized areas such as trauma & addictions
4.Provides career opportunities in child welfare, healthcare, or mental health.
Who can pursue MSW?
Students who have completed their graduation and fulfill the desired criteria can pursue MSW courses. The course is perfect for aspirants who want to contribute in a significant manner to society. The main issues addressed under the social issues include poverty, child marriage, inequality, and domestic violence. It can give a sense of job satisfaction to those who want to earn peace and gratification.
1.It’s a growing field
2.You have a variety of opportunities
3.You can apply your core values to your work
WHY DO MSW?
1.The social work sector is predicted to rise in the next decade creating more demand for these experts.
2.The course in MSW will allow students to increase their pay package and open doors to new job prospects.
3.There is also a constant rise in the number of Non-Government Organisations (NGOs).
4.MSW study can also provide graduates with the chance to work for the most renowned organizations in the world including UNICEF, WHO, CRY, etc
WHY MSW @ DR.MGR
1.Renowned university with state-of-the-art facilities and highly respected professors
2.Promotes practical learning, with focus on internships and projects
3.Contains programs for holistic development of the students.
4.360 degree improvement plan
5.Practical personality development sessions
6.Public speaking and presentation skills
AREAS OF WORK CONSULTANTS FOR VARIOUS PROJECTS
1.Trainee/Filed workers for projects
2.Filed workers for NGO’s
3.Trainee at CSR Projects
4.HOSPITALS, MEDICAL CLINICS AND NURSING HOMES
5.Schools and other youth- serving organizations
7.Employment in civil society organizations,
8.Medical and psychiatric social workers,
2 Years / 4 semesters
THREE SPECIALIZATIONS UNDER MSW
1.CD- COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
2.HR- HUMAN RESOURCE &
3.M&P – MEDICAL AND PSYCHIATRY
To pursue an MSW course, candidates need to fulfill the eligibility conditions for the course. Candidates are eligible to pursue MSW after completing graduation from a recognized institute. Typically, candidates who have passed thegraduation level exam with a 50 percent aggregateare preferred for the course. However, the minimum qualifying score is defined by the MSW colleges offering the course. Aspirants who have pursueda Bachelor of Social Work (BSW) are preferred for MSW admission. However, candidates who have graduated with any of the following streams are also eligible for MSW courses:
·Humanities & Social Sciences
B.A. - Social Work
Curriculum and Syllabus with CO-PO Mapping
Elective / CBCS
Ms. A. Aarthi Anusuya
Ms. Vishnu Priya. S
Ms. A. Sara Haseen