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Boston University School of Social Work

Boston University School of Social Work

Introduction

With roots dating back to 1918, Boston University School of Social Work has nearly 100 years of social work education history, a dynamic faculty leading innovative research on pressing social justice issues, and a student body engaged in programs across five campuses and online.

Our mission is to develop dynamic and diverse social work practitioners, leaders, and scholars through rigorous teaching, innovative research, and transformative community engagement.

Our vision is to advance a just and compassionate society that promotes health and well-being and the empowerment of all oppressed groups, especially those affected by racial, social, and economic inequities.

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Locations

  • Boston

    Bay State Road,264, 02215, Boston

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