Dual Degree Programs
Dual degrees allow students to pursue academic combinations tailored to their goals. Students must apply to each program separately.
Double Dawgs Program
This program enables students to pursue a bachelor’s degree in certain majors and a Master of Arts in Nonprofit Management and Leadership (MA NML) with the opportunity to complete both programs in five years. For more information, visit Academics: Double Dawgs.
Social Work and Public Health (MSW/MPH)
This program supplements the professional education of social work students with additional specialization and training in public health. Completion of this program leads to the degrees of MSW and MPH with a concentration in Health Promotion and Behavior. For more information, visit Academics/Dual Degrees/MSW-MPH or contact Rebecca Wells at (706) 542-3364 or email@example.com.
Social Work and Divinity (MSW/MDiv)
This program integrates the knowledge, values and skills offered by social work and theology degree programs, with a focus on providing clients with strategies for coping during times of tragedy and adversity. For more information, visit Academics/Dual Degrees/MSW-M.Div or contact Thomas Artelt at (706) 542-5474 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Social Work and Law (MSW/JD)
Graduates of this program gain an understanding of trauma-informed courtroom practices and can better advocate for the needs of justice-system involved clients who also need social services. For more information, see the program of study or contact Jennifer Elkins, PhD, at (706) 542-5473 or email@example.com.