On June 12, 2017, the Council on Social Work Education granted candidacy to the social work program. As a result, graduates can be credentialed as Certified Social Workers by the State of New Jersey. This certification, which does not require passing a licensing exam, distinguishes BSW graduates applying for entry-level jobs in social welfare agencies. Equally beneficial is that graduates can generally complete their Master's Degree in Social Work in one year rather than the standard two years.
The Bachelor's in Social Work (BSW) prepares students to work with individuals. families, groups, organizations, and communities to promote well-being and advocate for social justice.
1. Small classes taught by full-time faculty who are licensed social workers with doctoral degrees.
2. Senior year includes a two-day a week internship at a social agency that is dedicated to providing student interns with professional experience and intensive mentoring. All internships meet standards required by the Council on Social Work Education.
3. Students take all classes with other social work majors, providing many opportunities for cooperative learning and networking.
1. Courses taught by professionals who are currently working in the Social Work field
2. Daytime and evening classes provide flexibility in scheduling
3. Classes keep abreast of the latest programs, policies, and issues related to the field of social work
Director of Field Placement
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Academic Program Coordinator
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