Director: Nancy Meyer-Adams
Associate Director and Graduate Advisor: Steve Wilson (562) 985-5655
Undergraduate Program Coordinator and Advisor: Lisa Jennings (562) 985.8629
Associate Directors of:
Admissions Coordinator: Mercedes Anderson (562) 985.4615
Field Education: Susan Salas (562) 985.8178
Distance Education: Marilyn Potts (562) 985.5183
Admissions Office: (562) 985.5654
School Office: SSPA, Room 161
Telephone / FAX: (562) 985.4616 / 985.5514
Faculty: Paul Abels (Emeritus), Jan Black (Emerita), Jolae Brocato, Ruth Chambers, Kenneth Chau (Emeritus), Rashida Crutchfield, Agathi Glezakos (Emerita), Yolanda Green, Marrissa Hansen, Lisa Jennings, Dan Jimenez (Emeritus), Mimi Kim, Christine Kleinpeter, Brian Lam, Cheryl Lee (Emerita), Isaiah C. Lee (Emeritus), Kristina Lovato, Nancy Meyer-Adams, Christian Molidor, Chikako Nagai, Julie O'Donnell, John Oliver (Emeritus), Eileen Mayers Pasztor, Marilyn Potts, Molly Ranney, Susan Rice (Emerita), Janaki Santhiveeran, Justin Stallings, Phillip Tan (Emeritus), Thomas Alex Washington, Suzie Weng, Steve Wilson
Social Work Program Specialist: Ann Radzicki, (562) 985.1878
Full-time Field Faculty: Phaedra Allen, Tom Crowe (Emeritus), Roderick De Los Reyes, James Ferreira, Michael Foster (Emeritus), Judy Green (Emeritus), Marian Klemek (Emerita), Wakuko Masuno, Stacey Peyer, Saana Polk, Kathleen Porter, Elizabeth Pringle-Hornsby, Joy Rubin (Emerita), Susan Salas
Students desiring information should contact the numbers listed above. Program applications (BASW, MSW) are available on the School's website (www.csulb.edu/social-work).
College: College of Health and Human Services
Courses: Social Work (SW) Courses
Social Worker • Hospital Discharge Planner • Services Eligibility Worker • Psychiatric Social Worker • Probation or Parole Officer • Delinquency Prevention Program Worker • Medical Social Worker • School Social Worker • Child Welfare Caseworker • Community Organization Administrator • Health Care Administrator • Director of Social Services • Researcher • Organization Administrator • Health Care Administrator • Researcher • Organization Administrator • Health Care Administrator • Employment Program Supervisor • Industrial Social Worker • Health Educator and Hospice Services Coordinator • Case Management • Gerontological Social Work • Community Organizer • Social Policy Analyst (For more information, see www.careers.csulb.edu.)
The vision of the School of Social Work is to be California's most innovative and student-centered School of Social Work; a place where academic excellence, ethics, diversity, and the pursuit of social justice are embraced by faculty and students to enhance the lives of vulnerable and oppressed populations. Our mission is to educate and graduate diverse, ethical, competent social work students who are able to think critically and use evidence-based practice approaches to effectively serve culturally-diverse, vulnerable individuals, families, and communities in a wide variety of practice areas as practitioners, leaders, and social justice advocates. In addition, the School will engage in collaborative, community-based research that will enhance the well-being of vulnerable populations and disadvantaged communities, improve service delivery systems, and contribute to social work knowledge, and provide meaningful service to the community and the profession through the development of ongoing relationships with grassroots community leaders, community-based, non-profit organizations, governmental organizations, and foundations.
The BASW and MSW programs are accredited by the Council on Social Work Education (Council on Social Work Education, Commission on Accreditation, 1701 Duke Street, Suite 200, Alexandria, VA 22314, 703-683-8080).
The School, University and Council on Social Work Education regulations do not permit the substitution of life or work experience for curriculum or degree requirements.
ProgramsUndergraduate DegreesGraduate and Professional DegreesCredential
General Education Category A must be completed prior to taking any upper-division course except upper-division language courses where students meet formal prerequisites and/or competency equivalent for advanced study.