Our Bachelor's of Social Work degree prepares graduates for entry-level employment in a wide range of community and social service agencies. One of the few majors that can be completed at the UConn Hartford campus.
In addition to learning about the profession's values, knowledge, and skills, our Master's of Social Work students pursue a concentration in Community Organizing; Individuals, Groups & Families; or Policy Practice.
Within a community of supportive mentors, distinguished faculty, and peers, our PhD program prepares scholars and researchers to serve as faculty members and leaders in human service organizations and research centers.
Our Non-Degree program enables you to register for graduate social work courses as a non-matriculated student. A variety of morning, afternoon, and evening classes are available during the fall, spring, and summer.
Earn CE credits and keep informed of current research, theory, and techniques that help social workers and other human service professionals better serve their clients and communities.
Social Workers change lives!
Realize your dreams, expand your knowledge and develop your social work skills while earning your degree at the UConn School of Social Work.
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African Americans and the Vote1:30pm
Tuesday, February 18th, 2020
01:30 PM - 03:00 PM
Hartford Campus SSW Community RoomJoin us for this Black History Month event where we will hear from Dr. Shayla Nunnally, PhD, Associate Professor at UConn Department of Political Science on African Americans and the Vote!
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- Feb 22 Roland Comtois Book Event2:00pm
Countertransference as an Essential Tool for Good Clinical Practice9:30am
Monday, February 24th, 2020
09:30 AM - 04:00 PM
Hartford Campus HPL 026No matter where or with whom they practice, clinicians will inevitably develop countertransference reactions to their http://clients.For more information and to register: https://socialworkce.uconn.edu/countertransference-as-an-essential-tool-for-good-clinical-practice/
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PRIDE First Spring Gathering1:45pm
Tuesday, February 25th, 2020
01:45 PM - 02:30 PM
Hartford Campus SSW 101Join PRIDE for our first meeting of the semester! If you require an accommodation to participate in this event, please contact email@example.com by Friday 2/21
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Pushout: The Criminalization of Black Girls in Schools6:00pm
Tuesday, February 25th, 2020
06:00 PM - 09:00 PM
Other Firebox RestaurantAt alarming rates, Black girls, and other girls of color, experience discriminatory, disparate, punitive and unfair treatment in schools. According to the most recent U.S. Department of Education Office for Civil Rights Data, Black girls are 7 times more likely to be suspended from school, and 4 times more likely to be arrested on school campus. Black girls who have been subject to punitive school policies and practices are at an increasing risk of coming in contact with the juvenile and criminal courts and leaving schools altogether, ultimately impeding their ability to achieve future success and lead successful and healthy lives.
For $25, join us for a dinner and screening of Pushout: A Criminalization of Black Girls in Schools, followed by a panel discussion.
Please RSVP by Tues., February 18, 2020.
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