Social Work, B.S.W.

Complete your Bachelor's degree in Social Work in as few as 21 months, as you gain practical insights from some of the best social work practitioners and professors in the field.

Program Highlights

Individualized Advising

by supportive faculty and staff to keep you on track

Life-changing Hands-on Learning Experiences

in and out of the classroom

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Program Credits: 62

Standard Completion Time:
21 months
Classes 1-Night a Week!

Fully accredited by the Council on Social Work Education

What Will I Learn?

Make a real impact in the communities and lives of people you will serve as you combine coursework with hands-on experiences, including the Emergency Room Trauma Simulation Lab. You will combine your work/life experiences and past college credits with new understanding gained from expert faculty. Not only will you be prepared for the workforce upon program completion, but you will also be able to continue your education and earn your M.S.W. in 11 months with the Advanced Standing Option.

Where Can It Take Me?

Field Placements

  • Brockport Central school district
  • Big Brother Big Sister of Greater Rochester
  • Department of Corrections
  • Highland Hospital
  • Salvation Army
  • University of Rochester Medical Center
  • Hillside Family Agencies


  • Case managers
  • Advocates
  • Mediators
  • Brokers
  • Change agents

Graduate School

  • Roberts Wesleyan College (11-month Advanced Standing MSW Program)
  • Greater Rochester Collaborative MSW
  • University at Buffalo
  • Syracuse University
  • University of Albany
  • University of South Carolina

Who Will I Meet?

Rebekah Crofford, Professor of Social Work

Rebekah Crofford, PhD, LCSWR, RPTS has been in the field of social work for more than 20 years.  Throughout her career she has worked predominately with children and families where there are multiple risk factors. She specializes in play therapy.  She recently traveled to Jacmel, Haiti where she conducted community trainings and needs assessments.  Her most recent co-authored publication is titled: Early onset schizophrenia and school social work, published in the Journal of Social Work Practice (2015). She and her family provide foster care to children in Erie County, NY.  She has a husband of 22 years and 3 children whom she takes great delight in.


Location & Start Dates

Classroom Dates

  • Monday, August 24, 2020
      At Henrietta, NY

Classes run from 6:00 pm-10:00 pm

Tuition and Fees

  • Tuition for 2018-19 academic year: $31,868 ($514/credit hour)
  • One-Time Student Fee: $300
    • Includes processing fees, parking and other administrative fees


Related Majors

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Adult and Graduate Admissions

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