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    BSW
    Course Structure

Course Structure

YEAR I
Level Credited Courses
Fall Reading and Writing for College
Interdisciplinary Approach to Learning English
Nepali I
Theories of Rural Development
Logic, Evidence and Research
Spring Academic Writing
Nepali II
Computer Information System
Psychology
National and International Insitutions
Quantitative Technique to Rural Development
Social Work Practicum I

YEAR II
Level Credited Course
Fall Reading, Writing and Critical Thinking
Integrated Social Work Practice
Rural Economics of Nepal I
Rural Resources and Rural Environment
Methods of Social work
Spring Interactive Approach to Academic Reading
Contemporary Social Issues
Rural Economics of Nepal II
Management of Environmental Resources
Human Rights Studies
Social Work Praticum II

YEAR III
Level Credited Course
Fall Statistical Package for Social Sciences
Social Welfare Administration
Research Methods in Social Work
Rural Sociology
Government, Institution and Civil Society
Spring Senior Overview: Thesis
Philosophy of Religion
Rural Development: Approaches and Applications
Local Rural Governance
Social Praticum III

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