Social Work (M.S.W.)
Our mission is to affirm the dignity and worth of every person, prepare leaders in academics and professional practice with individuals, families, and communities, and transform the world around us through empowering service. Our program is designed for commuter students with one day a week classes. This makes it easy to complete your degree while still managing the demands of life.
The BSW and MSW programs are fully accredited by the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE).
The Wilma Kepker School of Social Work and Sociology offers a Master of Social Work degree is offered on three campuses: College Place, WA; Billings, MT; Missoula, MT
- No GRE required
- Clinical focus
- Dedicated field director for practicum placement
- Transfer credits accepted
- Final Application deadline: August 1 (Admission for Fall quarter is dependent on available slots remaining – eligibility does not guarantee a slot)
- Preferential deadline: May 1 (all admission documents must be in to guarantee a slot – if eligible)
- Council on Social Work Education (CSWE) accredited
- Regionally accredited by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities (NWCCU)
- Low student-faculty ratio
Format: On Campus with three location options (College Place, WA; Billings and Missoula, MT)
Classes meet in person once a week on Monday. These face-to-face sessions are augmented with online courses.
- 79 credits regular standing track
- 300 field hours in generalist setting and 600 practicum hours in advanced clinical setting.)
- 49 credits advanced standing track (for BSW graduates from an accredited school)
- 600 supervised practicum hours in advanced clinical setting
Length: 2 years or less
In addition to the main campus in College Place, Washington, the Master of Social Work degree is offered on two campuses in Montana—Billings and Missoula.
The Walla Walla University Master in Social Work (MSW) program in Montana offers the same graduate curriculum that is offered on the main campus in College Place, Washington. 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.
2520 5th Ave.
Billings, MT 59101
2415 Mulan Road
Missoula, MT 59808