Master of Social Work

St Joseph's College
In Bangalore

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  • Master
  • Bangalore
Description

1. To facilitate education and training in Professional Social Work to those desirous. of making career in the fields of Social work. 2. To sustain and enhance its excellence as an outstanding department in teaching,. training, research, consultancy and extension to produce well-evolved graduates. with tremendous ability to provide leadership in the society and world at large. 3. To provide opportunities, Knowledge, Skills, attitudes and values appropriate to. work with individuals, groups, communities and organizations. 4. To promote integration of theory and practice.

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Bangalore
560027, Karnataka, India
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· Requirements

A candidate who has passed Bachelor’s Degree with 50% marks in the optional subjects and pass in the entrance examination is eligible to seek admission to MSW course.

Course programme

The St. Joseph's College offers Master of Social Work to its students. The course structure for it is as follows:

I Semester
Paper I: Social work Profession – History, Philosophy, Methods and Fields.
Paper II: Sociology in Social work.
Paper III: Human Growth and Development
Paper IV: Social case work and social group work - I
Observation visits and Concurrent field work – I

II Semester
Paper V : Community Organization and Social Action
Paper VI : Social work Research and Social work Statistics & Computer application.
Paper VII : Social Justice.
Paper VIII : Social Case work and Social Group work- II
Concurrent Field Work and Rural Camp - II

NOTE: [III & IV Semester Elective Papers Offered (Choose any)]

III Semester

Common Papers
Paper IX : Development Communication.
Paper X : Basic Elements of Counseling
Paper XI : Rural and Tribal Community Development.

Elective Papers
Paper XII: A. - Child, Family and Women Development
B. Medical Social Work & Psychiatric social work.
Study Tour and Concurrent Field Work – III

IV Semester

Common Papers
Paper XIII : Social welfare and development Administration
Paper XIV : Dissertation and Viva Voce (Project Work)
Paper XV : Urban Community Development and Social Development.

Elective Papers
Paper XVI: A. – Ecology and environment.
B. – Social work in community and psychiatric settings
Concurrent Field Work – IV and Block Placement.


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