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BSW Program

Our Bachelor’s of Social Work degree will allow you to advance human well-being, human rights and social justice through innovative social work education and practice.

 

UConn School of Social Work is pleased to offer a Bachelors of Social Work beginning in Fall 2018!

 

The BSW Program:

  • Offers a professional practice degree that prepares graduates for entry-level employment in a wide range of community and social service agencies.
  • Offers innovative field unit internships in the Greater Hartford area.
  • Educates students about diversity and the impact of social justice on individuals, groups, families and communities.
  • Is one of the few majors that can be completed at the UConn Hartford campus
  • Prepares BSW graduates to be eligible to apply for the MSW program advanced standing option.

 

Explore our BSW Program! 

BSW Program – Frequently Asked Questions

BSW Program – Sequence of Courses

BSW Course Directory

 

Accreditation

The School of Social Work is in the process of applying for accreditation to the Council on Social Work Education, the national accrediting body. The UConn SSW MSW program has been continuously accredited since 1949. CSWE accreditation is a multi-step process utilizing a benchmark framework that includes program self-studies, site visits, and Committee on Accreditation (COA) reviews. While this is a 3-year process, initial accreditation covers those students who were admitted in the academic year in which the program was granted candidacy and they are considered to have graduated from a CSWE-accredited social work program. Following successful accreditation, a statement will appear on all transcripts of students who finish a bachelor’s in social work degree indicating completion of a Council on Social Work Education approved program.

 

Interested in applying for our BSW program?  Please visit https://ssw.uconn.edu/apply-for-bsw/ for more information on our application process and requirements.