Washington Graduate Social Work Schools with Master's & PhD Degree Programs

Washington Graduate Social Work Schools with Master's & PhD Degree Programs

Washington Graduate Social Work Schools with Master's & PhD Degree Programs

University of Washington School of Social Work

Ranked the 4th best school for social work by U.S. News and World Report, UW is located in beautiful Seattle, Washington. Its distinguished faculty, advanced curriculum, and community connections provide students with an amazing education as they pursue their master or doctoral level degrees in social work.

Ph.D. in Social Welfare

The program is focused on preparing students for research and teaching positions are institutes of higher learning. There is a high amount of faculty-student interaction, mentoring, research and hands-on experiences. The PhD program is highly selective and faculty members assist students with finding funding for the degree.

Master of Social Work

Graduate students collaborate with their professors and learn the skills needed to help a variety of people in need of social work services. The program is mindful of an ever-changing global environment and continues to work with graduates to refine and improve this nationally recognized degree program.

Contact Information

* Address: 15th Avenue NE Seattle, WA 98105
* Phone Number: (206) 543-5640

Eastern Washington University School of Social Work and Human Services

EWU is listed in the top 100 schools for social work by US News and World Report and has a social work program that values real-world experience as much as scholarly endeavors. The faculty works with the graduate students toward their career goals. EWU offers full time and part time master degree options.

Master of Social Work

Graduate students in the EWU MSW program complete foundations coursework, field experiences, and advanced courses focusing on preparing students for an advanced general practice in various systems and leadership in social welfare and justice.

Contact Information

* Address: EWU, 121 Senior Hall, Cheney, WA 99004

* Phone Number: (509) 359-2283

Walla Walla University Wilma Hepker School of Social Work and Sociology
Located just outside Walla Walla, Washington, WWU is a private, Seventh-Day Adventist school offering a Master of Social Work degree. WWU operates on the belief that an education encompasses the academic, spiritual, social, and physical facets of the students.

Master of Social Work

Students pursuing an MSW participate in a program that blends theory with practice through real-world experiences. Walla Walla has a uniquely Christian focus and approach to social work, including integration of Judeo-Christian values into the curriculum.

Contact Information

* Address: 204 South College Avenue, College Place, WA 99324

* Phone Number: (800) 541-8900

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