Master of Social Work-MSW
The MSW is a pre-professional degree that prepares you to practice social work.
All accredited MSW programs require at least 900 hours of supervised field work in established agencies. Following foundation coursework in the first year, regular MSW students usually choose between direct work with individuals, families, and groups or organizing, managing, planning and policy analysis work with social agencies. Students are also required to specialize in a problem area, such as mental health, employee assistance, aging, health care, corrections, and child welfare.
Eligibility: Any Degree
Approved By :
Any Bachelor Degree.