Master of Social Work (M.S.W)
Department of Social Work
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):
- Curriculum and Syllabus covers and prepares the students for clinical practice.
- Enables as a post-graduate to work in clinical settings or private practices.
- Coursework focuses on specialized areas such as trauma & addictions.
- Provides career opportunities in child welfare, healthcare, or mental health.
- 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 the graduation level exam with a 50 percent aggregate are preferred for the course. However, the minimum qualifying score is defined by the MSW colleges offering the course. Aspirants who have pursued a 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
- Humanities & Social Sciences
- 2 Years / 4 Semesters
THREE SPECIALIZATIONS UNDER MSW
- CD- COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
- HR- HUMAN RESOURCE
- M&P – MEDICAL AND PSYCHIATRY
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.