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Campus LocationsEastern Washington University offers programs and student services in Cheney and at the EWU Spokane campus in the University District. EWU also offers programs statewide at Bellevue, Everett, North Seattle, South Seattle, Longview and Vancouver.
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EWU at Clark College
Three degrees are available from EWU at Clark College in Vancouver, WA:
Bachelor of Arts in Social Work
Eastern Washington University's Vancouver Program offers a BASW degree in 11 quarters with classes that meet only on Fridays. Core courses are taught in-person by EWU Social Work faculty and are scheduled from 12:30 p.m. - 9:50 p.m. Classes are held at Clark College in the heart of Vancouver, Washington. Practicum placements are selected from among agencies within the student's own community. For more information, please visit the BA in Social Work page.
Master of Social Work
Eastern Washington University's Vancouver Program offers a MSW degree in three years, with classes that meet only two evenings per week. Core courses are taught in-person by EWU Social Work faculty and are scheduled from 6:00 PM to 9:50 PM. Classes are held at Clark College in the heart of Vancouver, Washington. Practicum placement are selected from among agencies within the student's own community. For more information, please visit the MA in Social Work page.
Bachelor of Science in Applied Technology
The Bachelor of Science in Applied Technology education programs are designed for students who have graduated with an Associate Degree in Applied Arts and Sciences (AAAS), Associate Degree in Applied Science (AAS), Associate Degree in Technical Arts (ATA) in computer technology, electronics technology, mechanical engineering technology, civil engineering technology, drafting/design technology, and similarly named programs at community colleges. This degree allows students to continue their education by taking liberal arts courses, additional advanced technology courses, and supporting courses to complete a bachelor of science degree. The program is offered both locally and as distance education. For more information, please visit the BS in Applied Technology page