From The BASW Director

Welcome to the College of Social Work’s Bachelor of Social Work (BASW) program! Whether you are a prospective student, a parent or guardian looking for additional information about the social work profession or seeking to learn more about the College of Social Work program offerings, you’re in the right place.

    Accredited by the Council on Social Work Education and guided by our profession’s six core values: competence, integrity, service, social justice, human dignity & worth, and the importance of relationships, the BASW program prepares students for generalist practice. With in-person and online course offerings, the BASW exists to provide a flexible, supportive and academically stimulating learning environment.

    Graduates from our program are uniquely poised to enter a competitive job market and make the most of forecasted growth within the social work profession. Our recent graduates are working in hospitals, community-based non-profits, K-12 schools, universities, residential treatment programs, the criminal justice system, and more. Eligible undergraduates may qualify for our 4+1 MSW program, allowing them to complete their MSW in just one year. Apply today, and learn what is wildly possible.

    In Service,

    Dr. Shelita Jackson, DSW

    Director of BASW Undergraduate Studies