Dual Degree MSW-MPH
The MSW-MPH dual-degree program will provide students with the knowledge and skills necessary to promote health & mental health, prevent disease, and enhance the delivery of evidence-based services at community and population levels. Upon completion of the MSW-MPH dual-degree program, graduates will demonstrate knowledge of the breadth of each field and their interface, as well as have ability to incorporate interdisciplinary skills in public health and social work settings. The MSW-MPH dual-degree program is designed to prepare graduates for work in a wider array of interdisciplinary health and health-related settings and, for some, it may provide a basis for future doctoral study.
MSW-MPH dual-degree students will satisfy the requirements for 60 MSW credit hours and a minimum of 33 to 36 MPH credit hours (with 10 to 13 hours of transfer credits depending on the point of matriculation).
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