MSW (Master of Social Work)
The Master of Social Work (MSW) is a postgraduate programme providing professional training that leads to the professional qualification of a social worker. The course work of the programme aims to provide students with a solid conceptual framework and a theoretical foundation of social work practice. It offers a comprehensive curriculum that covers a wide range of subjects, including social welfare policies, human behavior, research methods, community development, counseling techniques, and ethical considerations. Students gain a deep understanding of social issues such as poverty, mental health, substance abuse, child welfare, aging, and social justice.
Intake - 20 Duration - 2 Years
Develop a strong professional identity as a social worker, guided by the values, ethics, and principles of the social work profession.
Exhibit commitment to upholding ethical standards, social justice, and human rights in all aspects of social work practice.
Implement evidence-based interventions that empower clients, promote well-being, and address social, emotional, and economic challenges.
Engage with communities to identify needs, assets, and resources, and collaborate with stakeholders to develop and implement programs that enhance community well-being.
To sensitize the learners about the contemporary socio-economic and cultural realties through field based learning and proficiency in helping skills and effective intervention strategies.
Assess the impact of policies on vulnerable populations and advocate for social justice and policy reforms.
Pursue higher studies and research with lifelong learning and professional development skills.
Programme Specific Outcomes
Engage in ongoing self-reflection and self-assessment to enhance personal growth and competence as a social worker.
Provide constructive feedback, facilitate professional growth, and ensure adherence to ethical standards.
Advocate for social justice, human rights, and the well-being of vulnerable and marginalized populations.