Division of Social Services
At the Riverbanks Division of Social Services, we believe in tendering your critical analytical skills through core modules and courses which would allow you to appreciate the basic social foundations of the contemporary society. You would get a chance to examine the nature and origins of organizations and explore how people respond to the changing social and economic circumstances.
Explore the major themes in the analysis of society. Take a broad view of the societal behavior and explore the links between psychology, organizations and sociology as a means of understanding current political and economic practices, such as the selection, motivation, teamwork and organizational change.
The Division of Social Services would allow you to explore a wide range of societal intrinsic and in turn allow you to introduce innovation and knowledge into the organization you go into.
|Degree Programs||Diploma Programs||Certificate Programs|
|Associate Degree||Undergraduate Diploma||Undergraduate Course Certificate|
|Bachelor’s Degree||Graduate Diploma||Graduate Course Certificate|
|Master’s Degree||Undergraduate Course Certificate|
|Doctorate Degree||Graduate Certificate|
Social Service graduates will usually be employed at jobs attempting to relieve and prevent hardship and suffering. Such jobs will mean a responsibility to help individuals, families, groups and communities through the provision and operation of appropriate services and by contributing to social planning. Their work may include, but is not limited to, interpersonal practice, group work, community work, social development, social action, policy development, research, social work education and supervisory and managerial functions in these fields. The field of practice for professional social worker is expanding day by day. Being a part of the social services field, you will be able to earn the following average salary:
|Majors||Average Annual Salaries|
|Human Services||$28,200 - $42,480|