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Missoula, Montana Campus

The Missoula Master of Social Work program was extended to Billings, Montana to bring graduate Social Work education to the western half of the state of Montana.

The Walla Walla University Master in Social Work (MSW) program in Missoula offers the same graduate curriculum that is offered on the main campus.  The focus of the program is advanced clinical practice. Students may take electives in areas such as addictions, aging, child welfare, children and families, mental health, medical social work, and school social work.

An MSW can be earned in six quarters.  A four quarter advanced standing program is also available to BSW graduates who have graduated from a CSWE accredited institution.

The Walla Walla University (WWU) master of social work (MSW) program in Missoula, Montana, has relocated to a property purchased by the university at 2415 Mullan Road in Missoula.

“The new building is modern and professional and will provide a warm welcome for graduate students each week as well as flexible areas for study and practice,” said Pam Cress, WWU associate vice president for graduate studies.

Kevin Grussling, assistant professor of social work, said, “The new property is centrally located and has a beautiful river view.”

“Our students, who come from all over the state of Montana and from as far as southern Idaho, will find this new location to be a convenient and comfortable place to study and learn,” said Karen Emerson, visiting assistant professor of social work.

For more information please contact them at:  (888) 296-7416 or email them at: socialwork-missoula@wallawalla.edu

 

Clark Fork River view from the back of the building
The back of the building
Front of building
 
Last update on May 4, 2016