Programs

Adriene Jenkins, MSW Social Work Warrior Video

Adriene Jenkins - Wayne State University Commencement Speaker

Programs

The Bachelor of Social Work (BSW) degree program prepares undergraduate students for ethical, competent, entry-level, generalist professional social work practice with diverse, poor, vulnerable and oppressed individuals, families, groups and communities. (PDF BSW flyer)

The Master of Social Work (MSW) degree program prepares world-class practitioners committed to achieving social and economic justice, assisting vulnerable or oppressed individuals, and to improving the lives of individuals, families, groups and communities. (PDF MSW flyer)

The Social Work Doctoral Program (PhD) prepares successful scholars, educators and leaders to engage in research on contemporary urban issues for the advancement of social work practice and social welfare policy. (PDF PhD flyer)

Multidisciplinary programs designed to provide graduate students, individual practitioners and professionals with an integrated learning experience to enhance their career opportunities and options. (PDF flyer)

The Wayne State University School of Social Work, known for its excellence in social work practice, is the premiere provider of continuing education in the metro Detroit area, integrating both intellectually challenging and practice-relevant courses. Workshops are intended to inform practitioners on theoretical advances and best practices in the profession and challenge practitioners to integrate current knowledge from the social science research in their professional work. (CE website and CE online store)

We will create and advance knowledge, prepare a diverse student body to thrive, and positively impact local and global communities.