Our primary consideration is a strong GRE set of scores. Secondly, we look at the GPA on the MSW transcript. We consider letters of reference, personal statements, and usually require a personal interview to ensure that our faculty have something to offer the doctoral applicant. We do not mass produce graduates but help each one tailor his or her own program within the limits of our faculty and intellectual resources.
My name is G. Jordan Johnson. I'm a web developer for the College of Social Work at the University of Kentucky. I enjoy moral philosophy, particularly existentialism ? la Albert Camus and Jean-Paul Sartre. I'm a lifelong technophile, skateboarder, multi-instrumentalist, writer, and more.
Latest posts from G. Jordan
- Recent BASW Alum Reflects on Post-Grad Life - March 21, 2017
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- PTI Meeting Supplemental Materials - January 17, 2017