School of Social Welfare

The University at Albany's School of Social Welfare is a nationally ranked program that offers outstanding education for the social work profession -- one of the most in-demand career choices for the next two decades. SSW faculty and students have won many honors for their dedication to solving human problems. Social work is a career with meaning, action, diversity, satisfaction, and an abundance of options -- a rewarding profession devoted to helping people to function their best in their environment. Through social work, you can provide direct service or therapy to people, or work for change to improve social conditions.

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Degree Areas Admission Requirements and Deadlines
Social Work

M.S.W. (Advanced Standing)
M.S.W. (Full-time)
M.S.W. (Part-Time)
M.S.W./Criminal Justice M.A.
M.S.W./J.D. (Albany Law)
M.S.W./Public Health M.P.H.
M.S.W./Social Work Ph.D.