Your road to your career starts here. And you don’t need to know your final destination to begin.
As a BSW social worker, you are able to help lots of people: those with disabilities or facing life-threatening illnesses. Those suffering from poverty, unemployment, substance abuse, or mental illness. Those who have experienced domestic violence, child abuse, or sexual assault. And you’ll have options in the type of work you do. You might work as a case manager, in a residential program, as a counselor, as an advocate. You can be employed by numerous services and agencies.
Bachelor of Social Work
The iBSW Program is a flexible two-year program that allows community college graduates and transfer students with junior standing to earn their Bachelor of Social Work degree through a combination of online courses and local field placements throughout the state of Illinois.
Undergraduate Minor in Social Work
With an Undergraduate Minor in Social Work, you can combine a primary academic area with social welfare and professional social work content.