1. MSW Syllabus (Updated)
  2. For Medical and Psychiatry/Health and Mental health Stream
  3. Semester 1
  4. • History and Philosophy(Systems) of Social Work/ Elements of Social Work Practice
  5. • Social Work Practice with Individuals and Systems
  6. • Social Work Practice with Groups and Families
  7. • Social Work Practice with Communities and Organizations
  8. • Concurrent Field Work – Practical-I
  9. Semester 2
  10. • Social Work Research and Statistics
  11. • Dynamics of Human Behaviour and Social Environment (Basic Psychology, Health Psychology[Understanding Human Development, ISBN-10:9780195551556] and Social Psychology)
  12. • Forensic Social Work/The Law and Social Work Practice
  13. • Social Service Administration I
  14. • IT for Social Work (MS Office, Data Management & Analytics, Advanced Excel , Microsoft Project, Tally 9.0/Microsoft GreatPlains, SPSS: Data Entry & Statistical Analysis and MS Access)
  15. • Concurrent Field Work–Practical-II (including Rural Camp)
  16. Semester 3
  17. • Social Work Policy Analysis and Social Change [including Social and Political Action & Advocacy] (Policy Practice for Social Workers: New Strategies for a New Era, ISBN-10: 0205473768)
  18. • Social Service Administration II
  19. • Social Welfare and Social Legislations in Indian Context
  20. • Community Health and Social Work Practice/Medical Social Work (Theory and Practice, Health Promotion, Epidemiology and Disease Prevention)/ Public Health and Social Work Practice
  21. • Psychiatry and Social Work Practice/Psychiatric Social Work/Clinical Social Work
  22. • Concurrent Field Work–Practical-III
  23. Semester 4
  24. • Psychosocial Rehabilitation and Recovery
  25. • Counselling and Talking therapies: Theory and Practice/ Counselling and Evidence-based Psychotherapies
  26. • Social Work Practice with Children, Adolescents and (Families: only if not included in Semester 1)
  27. • Health Systems Management and Health Economics
  28. (Writing Guidelines for Business Students, ISBN-10:0170182398; Managing health services : concepts and practice,ISBN-10:0864331665; Shortell and Kaluzny's Healthcare Management: Organization Design and Behavior, ISBN-10:1435488180;Health Economics: An International Perspective, ISBN-10:0415391326; Methods for the Economic Evaluation of Health Care Programmes, ISBN-10:0198529457)
  29. • Research Project/Master’s Thesis
  30. • Concurrent Field Work–Practical-IV (including Block Placement)
  31. Proseminar/Special Topics: Social Entrepreneurship & Pharmacology in Psychiatric Social Work or Social work practice with Persons with Developmental Disabilities & Gerontological Social Work ================================================================================================================
  32. For Human Resource Management Stream
  33. Semester 1
  34. • History and Philosophy of Social Work/ Elements of Social Work Practice
  35. • Social Work Practice with Individuals and Systems
  36. • Social Work Practice with Groups and Families
  37. • Social Work Practice with Communities and Organizations
  38. • Concurrent Field Work – Practical-I
  39. Semester 2
  40. • Social Work Research and Statistics
  41. • Dynamics of Human Behaviour and Social Environment (Basic Psychology, Health Psychology[Understanding Human Development, ISBN-10:9780195551556] and Social Psychology)
  42. • Forensic Social Work/The Law and Social Work Practice
  43. • Social Service Administration I
  44. • IT for Social Work (MS Office, Data Management & Analytics, Advanced Excel , Microsoft Project, Tally 9.0/Microsoft GreatPlains, SPSS: Data Entry & Statistical Analysis and MS Access)
  45. • Concurrent Field Work–Practical-II (including Rural Camp)
  46. Semester 3
  47. • Social Work Policy Analysis and Social Change [including Social and Political Action & Advocacy] (Policy Practice for Social Workers: New Strategies for a New Era, ISBN-10: 0205473768)
  48. • Social Service Administration II
  49. • Social Welfare and Social Legislations in Indian Context
  50. • Human Resource Management and Strategic International HRM (Part I and Part II)
  51. • Organization Design(with Theory) and Organization Behaviour
  52. • Concurrent Field Work–Practical-III
  53. Semester 4
  54. • Organizational Training And Development
  55. • Human Resource Laws
  56. • Industrial Relations and Employee Welfare
  57. • Retention, Recruitment and Selection
  58. • Research Project/Master’s Thesis
  59. • Concurrent Field Work–Practical-IV (including Block Placement)
  60. Proseminar/Special Topics: Corporate Social Responsibility & Industrial Jurisprudence or Systems Thinking and Analysis & Occupational Social Work: Interventions and Managing Diversity in Workplace
  61. Sample Unit Contents
  62. Social Service Administration I
  63. * Management Fundamentals and Anti-oppressive practice
  64. * Leadership Skills and Strategic Management
  65. * Project Management
  66. * Strategic Planning and Project Implementation
  67. * Program Evaluation and Performance Measurement Fundamentals
  68. Social Service Administration II
  69. * Change Management and Organisational Resilience/ Positive Psychology
  70. * Budgeting & Fundraising
  71. * Branding and Marketing for Social Service Organisations (NPO’s and NGO’s)
  72. * Financial Management
  73. * Personnel Management
  74. Sample Unit Course-Chapter Summary
  75. * Financial Management
  76. Leaders of organizations of any size need to be able to understand and manage the finances of the agency to ensure the financial health of the organization and understand the competitive fiscal environment in which they operate. This chapter is intended to impart a foundation of accounting and finance knowledge necessary to manage social service organizations and make informed decisions. As a Social service administrator/SSO Manager, it is important to understand what and how financial reports are prepared by the organizations, what information these reports provide and how this information is analyzed and used.
  77. * Elements of Social Work Practice
  78. This course introduces students to the key elements of social work practice including values, ethics, foundational knowledge and skills, and how these link to processes of assessment and intervention in a range of practice contexts. The course provides a contextual framework that includes an understanding of the social work profession in its historical and current socio-economic, political and organisational contexts.
  79. * Pharmacology in Psychiatric Social Work
  80. Psychiatric social workers are at times required to administer medications. Students will learn the principles of pharmacology that are essential for ensuring safe administration of medication, as well as how drugs work and affect the human body. It will also provide students with foundation knowledge about common prescription and non-prescription medications prescribed and an introductory overview of neuroscience, psychopharmacology and drug therapy with the practical aspects of administering drugs and medication management.
  81. Sample Reference Books
  82. • Project management: Achieving competitive advantage, ISBN-10: 9780273767428
  83. • Exploring strategy: Texts and cases, ISBN-13: 9780273737025
  84. • Rethinking Leadership: A New Look at Old Leadership Questions, ISBN-13: 9780857931313
  85. • Managing Organisational Change, ISBN-13: 9780470807040
  86. • Neuropsychological Assessment, ISBN-13: 9780195395525
  87. • Social Policy for Social Change, ISBN-10: 1420256165 (optional)
  88. • Generalist Practice with Organizations and Communities, ISBN-13: 9781285465371
  89. • Essential Psychopathology and Its Treatment, ISBN-13: 9780393701739
  90. • Social Work in Mental Health: An Evidence-Based Approach, ISBN-13: 9780471693048
  91. • Clinical Social Work Practice in Behavioral Mental Health, ISBN-13: 9780205820160
  92. • A Guide to Crisis Intervention, ISBN-13: 9781285739908
  93. • Disability: A Diversity Model Approach in Human Service Practice, ISBN-13: 9780534344948
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