Full form of M.S.W is Master of Social Work. M.S.W is a post-graduation course in the field of Social Work which is usually of two years duration. Aspirants can pursue M.S.W course after pursuing a Bachelor’s degree. Candidates who have pursued a Bachelor of Social Work (B.S.W) degree are preferred if they opt to pursue a post-graduation course in social work. The career in social work is all about giving and helping others in need. From various NGOs (non-government organizations) across the nation to social development, a master’s in social work will provide a candidate an in-depth knowledge about the work put into the development of humanity and social welfare.
A Master of Social Work degree (or MSW for short) is a degree awarded at universities around the world for completion of graduate-level study in a social work related field.
MSW is a two-year duration postgraduate degree course offered by universities and colleges.
A Master of Social Work degree provides ethical as well as professional entry-level competency to students. The course offers advanced theoretical as well as practical knowledge to students in their chosen specialization. The MSW specialization opted by students is usually the one studied by them during graduation.
You need to have a Bachelors Graduation degree from a recognized and government approved university.