The full form of MSW is Master of Social Work. MSW is a post-graduation course in the field of Social Work which is usually of two years duration. Aspirants can pursue MSW courses after pursuing a Bachelor’s degree. Candidates who have pursued a Bachelor of Social Work (BSW) degree are preferred if they opt to pursue a post-graduation course in social work. 

Aspirants can pursue MSW as a full-time or even a part-time/ distance education course. A full-time MSW course is of two years duration and candidates can complete their MSW course through correspondence within a maximum duration of five years.

Eligibility Criteria

  1. Bachelors Degree in any discipline or its equivalent qualifications from a recognized Institution/ University.


Total Course Fees



Amount to be deposited at admission time

Rs 36600/- & 7 Post dated cheques of Rs 11000/- for each Quarter

Course Outline

Career Prospectives

After completing an MSW degree, candidates can work as healthcare social workers, clinical social workers, therapists or social workers in the field of medical health, mental health as well as educational fields.