Make a difference in the lives of others. UConn’s School of Social Work in Hartford prepares students for a rewarding career in a wide range of community-based service organizations on the state, national, and international level. Our Bachelor’s of Social Work degree gives students the foundation they need to advance human well-being, human rights, and social justice issues through innovative social work education and practice.
Combine specialized coursework with real-world experience in field internships in a number of areas including child welfare, mental health, substance abuse, healthcare, aging, immigration, political advocacy, food assistance programs, and more.
Graduates can apply for advanced-standing admission for UConn’s Master of Social Work program, allowing them to complete their graduate degree in one year.