"A healthy discontent keeps us alert to the changing needs of our time."

Frances Perkins



M.S.W./ M.P.A.

The dual degree program is designed for those who wish to combine the development of administrative and managerial expertise in defined service areas with the knowledge, skills, and values of the social work profession. The joint focus prepares students for a range of professional options and opportunities. Participation in dual degree program permits the student to earn the M.S.W. degree with the M.P.A. in a manner that expedites the process, crediting work earned for one degree to the requirements of the other.

M.S.W./ M.H.S.A.; Physician Assistant/M.H.S.A.

The dual degree program is designed for those who wish to combine the development of administrative and managerial expertise in defined service areas with the knowledge, skills, and values of the social work profession. The joint focus prepares students for a range of professional options and opportunities. Participation in dual degree program permits the student to earn M.S.W. degree or Physician Assistant degree with the MHSA in a manner that expedites the time required, by crediting work earned for one degree to the requirements of the other.

M.S.W./ M.S. Gerontology

The dual degree program is designed for those who wish to combine the development of administrative and managerial expertise in defined service areas with the knowledge, skills, and values of the social work profession. The joint focus prepares students for a range of professional options and opportunities. Participation in dual degree program permits the student to earn M.S.W. degree with the M.S. Gerontology in a manner that expedites the time required, by crediting work earned for one degree to the requirements of the other.

 

M.S.W./ M. A. in Pastoral Counseling and M.S.W. / Master of Divinity

Dual degree programs have been established with Moravian Theological Seminary. Students must apply to each school separately and be accepted by each. Several courses taken in each program are credited to the degree requirements in the other, allowing persons to earn either pair of degrees jointly with fewer credits than if taken separately.