Application Deadline: December 18, 2012
For the past 75 years, the School of Social Work at Wayne State University has been recognized nationally as a leader in producing highly competent practitioners as well as for developing innovative models in social work practice and social work education. Building on this rich tradition, the purpose of the PhD Program is to prepare social work scholars equipped to engage in research on contemporary urban issues and problems for the advancement of social work practice and social welfare policy. Our students are preparing to assume leadership positions as social work educators, researchers, and agency administrators.
Why Consider a Doctoral Degree in Social Work from Wayne State University?
Doctoral Program Curriculum
Graduate Certificate in Social Welfare Research and Evaluation
Current Doctoral Students: Interests and Photographs
To access the new online application to the PhD program, Graduate Certificate in Social Welfare Research and Evaluation, and the Post Master's option, please click on the link below: