MSW Program CNAS Building


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Master of Social Work Program (MSW) program is a 2 Years (4 Semesters) program offered by MSW TU, Center for Nepal and Asian Studies (CNAS) Building, Kirtipur (2nd Floor), Room no: 207. Social work is an interdisciplinary field, includes theories from economics, education, medicine, politics, psychology, and sociology, as well as anti-oppressive and anti-racist discourse

Mission

  • To solve social problems.
  • To fulfill the needs of people.
  • To make social harmony relationship in society.
  • To be self-sufficiency.
  • To change the society in favor of individual’s growth and development.
  • To bring change in social system for social development.

Salient features

Why MSW in TU ?

Social work is the activity that is done by the professionals in a community in a disciplined way to bring changes in society. Social work is also a field where different research programs are done to improve the life and the development of the society. In the social work not only the professionals do participate but also the nonprofessionals give help to the social workers for the betterment of society and for themselves. Social workers perform different activities through research, policy, community organizing, teaching, etc. Through these activities, problems in the society, individuals will come out and they can act accordingly to improve in the areas where they are behind.

For the practice of social work, different theories from economics, education, medicine, politics, psychology and sociology are needed. Today social work is the backbone of society and it has become a profession. People who are deprived of high education due to lack of money opt for this career.


Admission guidelines

Eligibility for Admission

The applicant must have a Bachelor's Degree of a minimum 3 years duration or equivalent (under 10+2+3 Or 10+2+4) from a recognized university in any faculty, with a minumum of second division.

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