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A Bachelor of Social Work (BSW) is a degree program focused on preparing students for entry-level positions in social work. It typically covers topics such as social welfare policy, human behavior, research methods, and interventions. Graduates often work in various settings, including healthcare, schools, community organizations, and government agencies, helping individuals and communities address social issues and improve their well-being.The course is usually three years long and divided into six semesters.

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