Phone: (323) 343-4680
Dr. Dale Weaver, Director
MSW Admissions Information: (323) 343-4684 Michelle Lightburn
MSW E-mail: MSW@cslanet.calstatela.edu
The BASW Mission of the School of Social Work:
The BASW Program in the School of Social Work at California State University, Los Angeles prepares students for beginning strengths-based generalist practice in socially, culturally and economically diverse urban communities. Our BASW graduates are educated to promote social and economic justice and facilitate change and growth at all levels of professional practice.
The MSW Mission of the School of Social Work:
The MSW Program at California State University, Los Angeles educates students to assume leadership roles in professional practice. Our advanced urban generalist graduates analyze, intervene, evaluate and advocate with diverse, underserved and oppressed clients and communities.
The Applied Gerontology credit certificate, offered by the College of Health and Human Services through the Applied Gerontology Institute, contains course work in social work and is available to both social work majors and others. The school also offers course work applicable toward the interdisciplinary credit certificate in Child Maltreatment and Family Violence offered by the College of Health and Human Services
Professors: Pauline Agbayani, Joanne Altschuler, Dale Weaver (Director), Susan Crimmins, Roger Delgado, Rita Ledesma, Siyon Y. Rhee, Valentine Villa.
Associate Professor: Anh-Luu Huynh-Hohnbaum, Victor Manalo.
Assistant Professors: Sofya Bagdasaryan, Raquel Warley.
Emeritus: Alfredo G. González, Shirley Better, Frederick Anderson, Connie Corley, Philip Carter, Neil Cohen.
Programs for this School:
• Social Work, B.A.
• Social Work, MSW