Resumen This paper presents the research on drug addiction training of students in Spanish universities that taught the Degree in Social Education. It was conducted in 36 universities (29 public and 7 private). As degree teach to, through the subjects taken on the degree programme, those that would carry out this social profession, that have within its responsibilities the educative action with different collectives that are in a social disadvantage position. We conducted a descriptive document research to know the presence of subjects about drug dependency, in the degree programme of that degree, or topics and contents included in other subjects. It was performed a deep analysis of the degree programme throughout the teaching guides for all courses, in order to identity the presence of drug related topics, that were specific subjects (7), as well as those that include it as a chapter within a subject (2). It is undertaken only in nine Universities and in nine subjects, among them, six subjects are "optativas" (free configuration/choice) and three "obligatorias" (must be taken). The data have allowed us to verify the presence of disciplines/subjects dedicated to training in drug addiction in the degree programmes.
Journal name not available for this finding