The Master of Social Work (MSW) is
a 2 year full time campus professional
program offered by the University
focused on the theory and practice
of social work. It examines the
conceptions, scope, history and
philosophies of social welfare and the
role of social work in development of
social policy. The course is designed
to equip the student with skills and
knowledge to become a practitioner
in the field of social work.
Award of Degree:
Students who successfully complete the program will be awarded the “Master of Commerce” Degree by the University.
Pass in graduation in relevant discipline with minimum 40% of aggregate marks. Final year students awaiting results may also apply.
The MSW Program is organized into 4 semesters in two years. Candidates are required to complete 13 Core Papers, 2 electives. Students are additionally required to complete a 3 Field Practical's, a Summer Internship Project and a Postgraduate Dissertation.
|MSW Program Structure|
Electives : Semester-III: Community Development; Medical and Psychiatric Social Work;
Family and Child Welfare.
Semester - IV: Community Development; Medical and Psychiatric Social Work; Family and Child Welfare.
The program structure is subject to change (if required).