The Social Sciences Interdisciplinary Program and the Graduate School of Social Work offer a joint degree between the Health and Human Services major and the Master’s in Social Work (MSW) program. This unique five-year program combines undergraduate and graduate coursework leading to a joint bachelor’s degree in Social Sciences Interdisciplinary – Health and Human Services and a Master of Social Work degree.
Only Health and Human Services students with junior standing, who have met the minimum admission requirements, are eligible to apply to this program. Admission is highly competitive. Acceptance to the Health and Human Services major does not assure admission to the joint BA/MSW degree program.
Please visit the School of Social Work for further information.