Bachelor of Social Work

Program Code 17085

Campus Mumbai

Institute Amity Institute of Liberal Arts, Mumbai

University Amity University Maharashtra

Eligibility 10+2

Duration 3 Years

Selection Process

  • Program Fee (Rs. in Lacs)
  • 1st Year Non Sponsored Semester 0.40

Course Structure

1st Year

Semester 1

  • Introduction to Social Work
  • Introduction to Social Science– Sociology and Psychology
  • Social Group Work
  • Social Problem & Social Development in India
  • Environment Studies
  • Field Work
  • Understanding Self for Effectiveness
  • French- I
  • German-I
  • Spanish- I

Semester 2

  • Problem Solving and Creative Thinking
  • Environmental Studies
  • Field Work
  • Social Case Work
  • Working with Vulnerable Children and Child Rights
  • Social Sciences Foundation II -Economics and Political Science
  • Contemporary Development Studies
  • German-II
  • SPANISH-II

2nd Year

Semester 3

  • Spanish- III
  • FRENCH III
  • Human Rights
  • Social Work and Health Care System
  • Gender Studies
  • Community Organization
  • Field Work
  • Group Dynamics and Team Building
  • Reading and Comprehension
  • Camera Design & types of lenses
  • Tourism Product Of India

Semester 4

  • Corporate Communication
  • Stress and Coping Strategies
  • French-IV
  • Spanish-IV
  • Introduction to Rural and Urban Development
  • Sustainable Development
  • Social Work Research and Statistic I
  • Social Action and Social Change
  • Field Work Practicum
  • Tourism Trends in India
  • Different Genres of Photography

3rd Year

Semester 5

  • Spanish-V
  • Understanding Social Exclusion
  • Social Research II with SPSS- Mini Research
  • Labour Welfare Perspective and Practice
  • Social Legislation
  • Field Work
  • Interpersonal Communication
  • Employability Skills
  • Skills Lab and Skill Development

Semester 6

  • Public Relations and Communication
  • Working with Differently Abled
  • Social Policy and Planning
  • Field Work and Block placement – Internship one month
  • Development Administration
  • CSR- Laws, Policy and Trends