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Rankin Hall

Bachelor's Program

Through our program students are able to address social problems from a broad ecological and strength-based perspective moving between fields of practice. 
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Main Hall

Master's Program

Our advanced integrated-practice curriculum embraces the profession’s commitment to value-based social work practice and promotes social and economic justice. 
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Social Work Degree Guide Most Affordable

Ranked Most Affordable

Our master’s program is ranked No. 3 among the “Top 25 Most Affordable Master’s in Social Work Degree Programs 2014.” 
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The University of Montana School of Social Work invites you to join us in a dynamic, challenging, and satisfying profession that is committed to the empowerment of individuals, families, and communities and the promotion of a more just society.  The University of Montana offers both Bachelor’s and Master’s Degrees in Social Work (BSW and MSW).

Through the Center for Children, Families, and Workforce Development, the University serves as a premier resource for the latest research into policies and best practices for child welfare and provides continuing education for professionals, caregivers, and parents.