The University of Kentucky’s College of Social Work prepares PhD graduates for careers in research and university-level teaching. Through classroom instruction and close collaboration with nationally and internationally recognized faculty, our PhD students immerse themselves in the crucial work of advancing the knowledge base of the social work profession. We strive to provide students with hands-on research experiences where they work closely with faculty mentors who are leading experts in military social work, suicide, self-care, and child welfare. In addition to research training, the program also offers coursework and mentored teaching experience to develop and strengthen students’ skills as social work educators.
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