The School of Social Work at Salem State University is committed to social work education for students who want to understand and address complex and diverse human needs and rights. Our students learn by working with faculty who are dedicated to teaching, practice, civic engagement, and scholarship. In addition to participatory and supportive classroom environments, supervised field education occurs in leading agencies and organizations throughout the commonwealth.
Watch the video below from filmaker and photographer Dante Luna about the story of Emmalina Rodriguez who grew up in foster homes with the dream of graduating college.
MSW Course for Non-Degree Students
Social Work with Elders and Their Families (SWK871) addresses the experience of normal aging as well as challenges associated with the transition into aging.
Department News, Events & Activities
September 04, 2014 Graduate Social Work Class for Non-degree Students »
May 27, 2014 School of Social Work Newsletter »