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Bachelor of Social Work (BSW)
  • 100 hours
  • Tribhuvan University Affiliated
  • active

Tribhuvan University's Bachelor in Social Work, often known as Bachelor of Social Work, is a three-year yearly program. Through a theoretical approach, skill development, and learning through simultaneous field work, social work education is a holistic approach to providing the knowledge basis required for practice. Through exposure, monitoring, and ongoing self-reflection, it aids in the embedding of important ethical ideals. BSW schooling can also be effective in developing a positive attitude about work and changing an individual's personality. It is primarily concerned with transforming people's lives. For those who are in desperate need of protection, care, and guidance, social workers can be agents of change. They can help individuals solve their day-to-day problems while simultaneously advocating for the rights of children, women, and youth. This is one of Nepal's fastest-growing professions, and anyone interested in pursuing a career in this industry can benefit.

Eligibility

  1. +2 (intermediate) or comparable level of education from any TU-accredited board, institution, or university.
  2. Students from any discipline are eligible to apply. In the intermediate level, however, he or she should have scored at least 45 percent.

1st Year

  • SW421: Introduction to Social Work
  • SW421 Introduction to Social Work
  • SW422: Basic Sociology for Social Work
  • SW422 Basic Sociology for Social Work
  • Below is the detailed TU Bachelor of Social Work Syllabus.


2nd Year

  • SW424A: Basic Psychology for Social Work
  • SW424A Basic Psychology for Social Work
  • SW423: Social Case Work Practice
  • SW423 Social Case Work Practice
  • SW424B: Social Work Practice with Groups
  • SW424B Social Work Practice with Groups


3rd Year

  • SW 425: Social Issues and Leadership Development
  • SW 410: Social Issues and Leadership Development
  • Below is the detailed TU Bachelor of Social Work Syllabus.


4th Year

  • SW 426: Theoretical Ideologies of Social Work
  • SW 427: Social Problem, Identifications and 100 Required Interventions
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