Master of Social Work

Duration: 2 years (four semesters)
Eligibility: Any Bachelor’s degree

The MSW will help students enhance their practical skills through field work, a compulsory aspect of the curriculum. As part of this, students will be exposed to various environments of work such as hospitals, children’s homes, de-addiction and rehabilitation centres, schools, prisons, urban slums and many others. Besides regular field work, students will be given opportunities to participate in the field projects of the School and the University

The School offer specialisations for both BSW and non-BSW graduates. The specialisations offered are Family and Child Studies, Public Health, Community Development, Medical and Psychiatric Social Work, and Gender Studies.

Course delivery
Theory: Lectures, demonstrations, group discussions, guest lectures, assignments, case studies, article/book reviews, debates, presentations, quizzes
Practical: surveys, role plays, field work, workshops, seminars, project works, community camps, study tours, presentations, research dissertation, and other experiential activities

Career prospects

  • Non-profit or public social service agencies
  • Grassroots advocacy and community health organisations
  • Faith based organisations
  • Research and educational institutions
  • Hospitals and rehabilitation centres
  • Governmental agencies
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