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COURSE OVERVIEW

The School of Social Sciences at The Apollo University offers a Bachelor of Social Work program that aims to develop professionally trained graduates to devote to helping vulnerable people and communities work through challenges they face in everyday life. The University has good connections with UN Agencies, Government Agencies, CSR Initiatives, and NGOs.

Social workers practice in a wide variety of settings, united in their commitment to advocating for and improving the lives of individuals, families, groups, and societies.

We have skilled and experienced faculty to impart the required knowledge, skills, and attitude to students desired by the work area. Moreover, we facilitate our students with fieldwork, and block placement to ensure a hands-on experience and make them industry-ready.

The curriculum also emphasizes fieldwork-oriented, experiential learning, relating classroom concepts with fieldwork. The BSW program prepares students for generalist practice with individuals, families, groups, organizations, and communities at the entry-level.

PROGRAM OBJECTIVES

  • To assist with students’ development of understanding and integration of social work theories and practice.
  • To develop students’ professional social work values and ethics.
  • For students to apply systems concepts to practice across the micro and macro continuum.
  • For students to demonstrate constructive critical thinking skills.
  • To allow students to demonstrate an understanding of social work concepts and the planned change process based on systems theory.
  • Provide opportunities for students to serve in social work settings.
  • For students to develop the ability to communicate effectively and professionally in oral and written formats.
  • To assist students with their professional development and professional identity.
  • Students will develop and understanding of working with people of diversity; including age, race, ethnicity, religion, and sexual orientation without discrimination.
  • Assist students with an understanding of working toward social justice and advocacy. Provide students an opportunity to demonstrate an understanding of a bio-psycho-social-spiritual assessment.
  • Expose students to the history, current realities, and future implications of social welfare system with regard to the local and global continuum.

PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS

TAU helps students gain first-hand experience through real-world projects for the fast-paced, evolving world. This is how we do it:

Competency-based education in alignment with field/ industry requirements.
Rewarding employment opportunities for graduates.
Connecting with various stakeholders per the needs and demands of students and the curriculum.
Mentorship activities in class and in the field.
Cultural, sports, and student clubs.
Student lead Conference, Seminars, and other activities.

Programme Curriculum

  • Course CodePaper Title

    Course Code Course Title
    BSWT1501 Foundations of Social Work
    BSWT1502 Social Science Concepts

    and Social Work

    BSWT1101 Communicative English
    BSWT1201  University Elective
    BSWT1503 Indian Constitution
  • Course Code Course Title
    BSWT1504 Social Case Work
    BSWT1505 Social Group Work
    BSWT1506 Social Work Practice and  MIL
    BSWT-1202 University Elective
    BSW FP101 Observation Visits & Group Projects- FP-1
  • Course Code Course Title
    BSWT2506 Community Organization

    and Social Action

    BSWT2507 Psychology and Social Work
    BSWT2303 Contemporary Social Problems and Concerns
    BSWT2304 Programme Media and Its Application
    BSWT2203 University Elective
    BSWFP202 Field Work Practicum- 2
  • Course Code Course Title
    BSWT2508  Social Work Research
    BSWT2509 Human Rights and Social

    Justice

    BSWT2305 Social Legislation in India
       BSWT2305 Skill Development and

    Entrepreneurship

    BSWT2204 University Elective
    BSWFP203 Field Work Practicum-3

    Rural Camp (7- 10 days)

  • Course Code Course Title
     BSWT3510 Social Policy, Planning and Development
    BBSWT3511 Areas of Social Work Practice -1
    BSWT3601 ·    Health:      Issues        and Concerns or

    ·  Disaster Management or

    ·  Environmental         Social Work

    BSWT3602 ·  Social Deviance      or

    ·  NGO        and         Project Formulation or

    ·  Counselling and Guidance

    BSW FP-304 Field Work Practicum- 4
  • Course Code Course Title
    BSWT3512 Social Welfare      Administration
    BSWT3513 Areas of Social Work               Practice -2
     BSW I3001 Dissertation +Viva voce
    BSWT3603 ·     Social Work and Marginalized Populations          or

    ·     Corporate                Social Responsibility or

    ·      Social Work Practice with Differently Abled

    BSWFP305 Field Work Practicum-5

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PROGRAM FEE AND SCHOLARSHIPS

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Intermediate/10+2 or its equivalent examination in the stream, with an aggregate of 45% marks from recognized board and should attain 17 Years as on date of admission.

EMPLOYABILITY AREAS

The graduates can explore employment opportunities in the below agencies at entry level:

  • Government Agencies (Central/ State/ District)
  • Non-Government Organisations (NGOs)
  • Civil Society Originations (CSOs)
  • Community-Based Organisations (CBOs)
  • School Settings
  • Juvenile homes
  • CSR initiatives
  • Industries
  • Banks
  • Research institutes
  • Hospital settings
  • Social Enterprises