Bachelor of Arts in Social Work

Duration: 3 years | Educational requirement: Minimum of 12 years of schooling | Affiliation: Tribhuvan University 

Bachelor in Social Work is a 3-year program with second major in psychology.Bachelor in Social Work leads to a Bachelor of Arts degree from Tribhuvan University. The program is offered in association with Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Tribhuvan University. Students are required to complete 90 credit hours of course work and practical cum training.

Students are also required to appear for 14 course examination which will lead to a degree from Tribhuvan University. The major objective of the program is to help students develop understanding of all aspects of Social Work Education and Development Studies. 

Key Learning Outcomes

Impart conceptual knowledge and nurture adaptive business and generic skills to meet the needs of a fast-paced globalized market

Acquire essential knowledge and skills in relation to business, industry, and governance so as to promote professionalism

Gain insight and understanding of business & administration to develop a general perspective for holistic management

Develop required attitudes, abilities and practical skills vital for becoming competent, responsible business managers

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Careers by Area

Family and school Social Workers

Child, family and school social workers work with children and families who are struggling with social and psychological issues at school, in the home or in their communities.

Medical Social Workers

Medical social workers assist individuals and families who are dealing with an illness or health-related issue.

Community Social Workers

A community social worker will often focus on community organization and development, planning, administration and social action to improve conditions within their communities.

Researchers, Planners and Policymakers

Social work administrators, researchers, planners and policymakers belong to another group of social workers.