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Wisconsin Masters in Social Work (MSW) Programs

University of Wisconsin Milwaukee Masters in Social Work Programs

The University of Wisconsin Milwaukee sits in part of one of the largest metropolitan areas stretching between Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and Chicago, Illinois. Almost 30,000 students attend classes every year at some academic level. The Helen Bader School of Social Welfare offers advanced classes in social work studies.

Masters in Social Work

University of Wisconsin Milwaukee offers a Masters in Social Work degree for qualified students. Students to enter the program worked to develop social work methods as well as one of three concentrations: behavior and physical health, gerontology, or family and child welfare. Students take classes in areas such as social work methodology, cultural diversity and social work, social systems and social work practice, and individual behavior and social welfare.

Contact Information

  • Address: 2400 E. Hartford Ave., Enderis Hall 10th and 11th floors, Milwaukee, WI 53211

  • Phone Number: (414) 229-4851

University of Wisconsin Madison Masters in Social Work Programs

The University of Wisconsin Madison is part of the urban environment surrounding the state capital of Madison. The campus holds over 42,000 students every year. Students interested in taking classes in advanced social work do so through the College of Arts and Sciences.

Masters in Social Work

The University of Wisconsin Madison offers a Masters of Social Work degree program to students who meet the school's qualifications. Students have three choices when it comes to concentrations: mental health, health, aging, and disability, or child, youth, and family welfare. Students are required to complete courses such as social policy, human behavior and the environment, practice with individuals, families, and groups.

Contact Information

  • Address: school of social work, 1350 University Ave., Madison, WI 53706

  • Phone Number: (608) 263-3660

University of Wisconsin Oshkosh Masters in Social Work Programs

The University of Wisconsin Oshkosh enrolls over 13,000 students every year. The University offers 60 undergraduate majors, 13 Masters, and 1 doctoral degree. The University offers advanced social work studies through its Department of Social Work.

Masters in Social Work

University of Wisconsin Oshkosh offers a Master of Social Work degree program for students that meet the college's qualification list. The degree program is a collaborative effort between this campus and the University of Wisconsin at Green Bay. Students take classes on topics such as ethical foundations of social work practice, social welfare institutions, human behavior, social welfare policy, psychopathology, and strength-based assessment.

Contact Information

  • Address: Department of Social Work, 800 Algoma Blvd., Oshkosh, WI 54901

  • Phone Number: (920) 424-1285

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