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    Best courses in MBA related to social work?

    GOOD AFTERNOON SIR, MYSELF RAMAN,I AM DOING BCA . BUT SIR,I WANT TO HELP THE GIRLS WHICH ARE SUFFERS FROM SOCIAL CRIMES LIKE DOWRY SYSTEM,RAPE etc. SIR, I AM NOT KNOW WHICH FIELD IS BEST FOR ME,SIR,PLEASE SUGGEST ME WHICH COURSE IS BEST FOR ME AFTER BCA.



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    Re: Best courses in MBA related to social work?

    dear friend,

    • MBA: Master of Business Administration programs come with a variety of public sector “twists” such as Northwestern’s Social Enterprise concentration at the Kellogg School of Business. Net Impact published a survey titled buissness as unusual, which outlines approximately 40 business school programs that successfully incorporate a socially-focused curriculum.
    • MPA: The Master of Public Administration teaches students how to apply business skills to the public sector. If jobs like Grants Manager, Director of Development, Manager of Philanthropic Programs, or Community Involvement Representative interest you, an MPA may be what you are looking for.
    • MPP: A Master of Public Policy can lead to a career in local or state governments or governmental agencies, nonprofit organizations or think tanks. Positions may include Policy Analyst, Director of Research or Government Relations Manager.
    • MUP: A Master of Urban Planning degree focuses on city revitalization, empowerment of impoverished areas, and environmental concerns. Graduates typically secure jobs in such organizations as the UN, USAID, the World Bank, local and state housing agencies and nonprofit organizations that assist the homeless.
    • MSW: A Master of Social Work degree is generally required for any managerial position in this field and academic programs often include a year of classroom study and a year of field work. Graduates often find jobs in fields including adoption support, child protection, employment, hospice care, mental health counseling and school social work.
    hope this answer will help you a lot.........
    regards
    george

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