School of Social Work
The School of Social Work at Wichita State University prepares its students to enter one of the most rewarding and challenging professions in the human services. WSU offers fully accredited bachelor's (BSW) and master's (MSW) programs that take advantage of the university's location in the state's largest city. A wide range of resources are available for student practicum placements in both in the urban metropolitan area and rural surrounding areas.
The School of Social Work is dedicated to the advancement of human well-being, the alleviation of poverty and oppression, and the improvement of human service systems with particular attention to the diverse needs of Wichita and the surrounding service region.
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