Applications for 2019 UW Seattle Master of Social Work programs (2 year full-time, 3 year part-time, 10 month Advanced Standing) will be available in September, with a January 3, 2019 deadline. Please attend one of the summer MSW info sessions below to learn more about the program.
The School of Social Work also offers a PhD in Social Welfare, and an exciting Bachelor of Arts in Social Welfare (BASW) program that prepares entry-level social workers for generalist practice in a multicultural context; UW undergrads should explore BASW prerequisites to plan ahead, as new BASW students are admitted for Fall quarter only.
Ranked #1 in the world in 2017 (Center for World University Rankings), the UW School of Social Work is committed to promoting social and economic justice for poor and oppressed populations, maximizing human welfare, and enhancing the quality of life for all. Alumni ignite social change as community organizers, mental health counselors, human rights activists, child welfare specialists, nonprofit leaders, immigrant & refugee allies, case managers, policy advocates, and more. They serve in nonprofits, schools, mental health clinics, community organizations, hospitals, and more embracing a holistic, strengths-based, person-in-environment approach. Learn more about what social workers do, and please encourage your stellar students to pursue a meaningful career in social work!