Students in the Social Work program will learn from faculty with decades of clinical, administrative, research, and teaching experience, in a supportive yet rigorous academic environment. Coursework in the major begins in the junior year and focuses on the development of foundational skills for effective social work practice at the baccalaureate-level upon graduation, and/or enrollment in a graduate program in the helping professions.
During their senior year, social work majors will complete a year-long, supervised field placement, which allows students to apply classroom concepts in a real-world environment, while also helping students build a strong resume and professional network as they near graduation.
If you would like to learn more about the Buffalo State College Social Work program, please contact the program Chair, Dr. Cathy Mazzotta, at (716) 878-5734, or by email at email@example.com.
Senior social work student Ko Meh received the Norman R. McConney Jr. Award for Student Excellence, which recognizes outstanding EOP students for their academic excellence and strength in overcoming significant personal obstacles throughout their lives.
Read more about Ko's accomplishments and her path from a refugee camp in Thailand to the Social Work Program at Buffalo State College here.
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