About UB SSW

UB School of Social Work.

The University at Buffalo School of Social Work (UB SSW) provides graduate-level professional degrees, including the MSW, PhD, and many dual degrees and combined degree programs, including a part-time, online/hybrid MSW. We are ranked in the top 12% (26th) of the more than 200 schools of social work in the U.S.

The school’s unique masters curriculum is based on trauma-informed and human rights (TI-HR) perspectives, with infusions of social issues from its Western New York State location to international sources.

The UB SSW’s award-winning podcast series inSocialWork offers over 150 podcasts on research and practice in dozens of topic areas. Visit Facebook and Twitter for more items on the school and TI-HR. Please visit the school’s website to learn more about its faculty, research, and opportunities to engage.

The University at Buffalo is the largest and most comprehensive campus in the State University of New York (SUNY) system.