What Makes It Great
Daemen’s social work major will prepare you to work in a variety of fields that help shape and serve our national and international communities. You will gain professional grounding in the knowledge of social work, diversity, social and economic justice, human behavior in the social environment, research, and public policy.
Small classes sizes (15:1 student/teacher ratio) help facilitate enhanced interaction with faculty members dedicated to teaching excellence and providing personal attention to each student.
The program is accredited by the Council on Social Work Education which means graduates may earn a master’s degree in social work at a graduate school in one year through an advanced standing program.
Participate in a clinical internship in your senior year, interning two days a week under the professional supervision of a BSW or MSW social worker.
Join the Social Work Alliance, a student club that combines socialization and community advocacy
There are many innovative service initiatives available for student participation throughout the social work program.
Career Options and Internship Opportunities
BSW graduates are employed in many different public and private work settings. You can work as a counselor, therapist, probation/parole officer, service coordinator, school social worker, to name a few positions.
Recent Graduates’ Jobs
Family Violence Case Manager,Counselor at Crisis Service; Social Worker,Deaconess Center; Case Manager, American Red Cross; Children’s Therapist, Kidspeace; Assistant Director,West Seneca Developmental Center
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For more information, contact Associate Professor Renée Daniel at 716.839.8292 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
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