Informational Meetings

Here is a list of the upcoming informational meetings.

B.S.W. Informational Meetings

Potential applicants are encouraged to attend an informational meeting prior to applying to the program. If available, please bring an unofficial copy of your student transcripts to the meeting. All programs begin in the fall semester. Application deadline is April 1st. All applicants are encouraged to submit applications as soon as possible as admissions will close once program capacity has been reached. For more information about our meetings or ADA accommodations, please contact the School of Social Work Office of Admissions and Student Services at 313-577-4409 or email to Shantalea Johns at al3412@wayne.edu.   Schoolcraft Center, 18600 Haggerty Rd, Jeffress Center (corner of Seven Mile and Haggerty Roads),   3rd floor, Livonia, MI 48152, (734) 853-3450

School of Social Work Concentration Day

RSVP encouraged, but not required. Who Should Attend · All senior B.S.W. students who are applying for admission or have been admitted to the M.S.W. program · First-year full-time M.S.W. students preparing for the advanced year curriculum · Second-year part-time M.S.W. students preparing for the advanced year curriculum · All prospective students interested in the Wayne State University M.S.W. program and who want to learn more about the advanced year curriculum To learn about.... · The Wayne State University School of Social Work’s curriculum for the advanced year of the M.S.W. program so that students may choose a field of practice in which to concentrate their graduate studies.  · The Interpersonal Practice (IP) Concentration and the Innovation in Community, Policy, and Leadership (I-CPL) Concentration, as faculty and students describe and discuss these areas of study. ·  The specializations within the IP Concentration: Cognitive/Behavioral, Family Systems, and Psychodynamic and the specializations within the I-CPL Concentration:  Leadership, Community Building/Development and policy.

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