Complete BSW Degree Requirements @ EKU Corbin
Pending approval by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges
Work toward your Bachelor of Social Work at a convenient campus near you. Need a flexible way to work toward your degree in Corbin? We now offer students the opportunity to complete BSW requirements while being taught by EKU’s talented faculty right here at EKU’s Corbin Campus for individuals who do not have access to the Richmond campus. Our programs are offered in convenient formats and start times, including E-presence lecture streaming.
The BSW program prepares students to be generalist social workers who work with individuals, families, groups, communities, and organizations from a strengths perspective in order to recognize, support, and build upon the innate capabilities of all human beings and further the goals of social justice—accredited by the Council on Social Work Education since 1977.
Our advisors are here to assist you with the admissions process and planning your course. We want to help you get started on reaching your personal goals.
Working toward your degree does not have to require travel or changing your already busy schedule. Our programs are catered to those who work full-time or have family commitments outside of school.
Making A Difference
The College of Letters, Arts, and Social Sciences (CLASS) offers a BSW where social workers display an informed passion for improving the quality of life for others, especially for vulnerable populations. The BSW degree program prepares students for professional entry-level generalist practice in the social work profession, for entry-level state licensure, and for further education.
To visit the departmental website for program details, please visit here.
Brandon P. Edwards, MSW, CSW
Extended Campus Program Coordinator/Lecturer
Department of Social Work EKU Corbin Regional Campus 1 Pennington Lane Corbin, Kentucky 40701 O: (606) 528-0551 F: (859) 622-6625 email@example.com
The happiest people I know are those who lose themselves in the service of others.