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The University of Chicago School of Social Service Administration is dedicated to working toward a more just and humane society through research, teaching, and service to the community. As one of the oldest and most highly regarded graduate schools of social work, SSA prepares professionals to handle society's most difficult problems by developing new knowledge, promoting a deeper understanding of the causes and human costs of social inequities, and building bridges between rigorous research and the practice of helping individuals, families, and communities to achieve a better quality of life.
AM Social Work and Social Welfare: December 1, January 15, April 1
AM Social Sector Leadership and Nonprofit Management: February 15, April 1, June 15
PhD Social Service Administration: December 15