The Silberman School of Social Work at Hunter College has launched its practice–based BSW program. The BSW program is open to full time, matriculated Hunter College undergraduates, who currently have between 55 and 80 credits.
The BSW program offers Hunter students a two-year professional social work degree with a practice focus in Child Welfare or Care Coordination. The curriculum is robust, linking theory, concepts and evidence–informed practice, through formal instruction and skills–based structured field work. Students will learn the core skills of assessment, engagement, intervention, advocacy and documentation through a generalist practice lens. The BSW program will prepare students to become knowledgeable, caring, entry level social workers in the areas of Child Welfare and Care Coordination.
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