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Social Work

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Social Work Admissions

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Social Work Admissions

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Thank you for your interest in the Social Work Programs at Salisbury University! The Social Work Programs offer dynamic learning opportunities combined with field experiences within the communities surrounding the SU campuses. Both programs are accredited by the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE).

Both the BASW and MSW programs are offered at five campuses across the state of Maryland: Salisbury University (Main campus), Cecil College-North East campus, Eastern Shore Higher Education Center (Wye Mills), Southern Maryland Higher Education Center (California), and the University System of Maryland at Hagerstown. For more information on each of the campuses, follow this link.

Regardless of the campus where you attend classes, you are always a Salisbury University student!

All candidates for selection to the Salisbury University Social Work program are required to verify they understand and can meet these Technical Standards with or without reasonable accommodations, aides, and/or services.

Take non-degree seeking classes to see if earning a MSW is for you.  Find out more by clicking here.


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