Our on-campus dual degree programs let you take advantage of other high-caliber graduate programs at the Mandel School and Case Western Reserve University, can help you achieve your professional goals, and will expand your career options by becoming a social worker who has additional knowledge and skills in diverse fields such as nonprofit management, law, and bioethics. We offer:
MSSA/MNO: This social work/nonprofit management dual master’s program is designed for individuals who have set their sights on becoming managers of human services organizations. For the MSSA, students may pursue either Direct Practice or Community Practice for Social Change specializations.
MSSA/JD: This dual social work/law degree reflects the transformation in social services, as social workers increasingly enroll in law schools to add to their legal knowledge, while lawyers have expanded their activities into the arena of social work.
MSSA/MBA: Combining a social work master’s degree with a master’s degree in business administration is ideal for people wishing to prepare for advanced social work practice and gain management-level skills.
MSSA/MA: A dual Master of Arts in Bioethics and MSSA blends the values of social work with clinical ethics to create an outstanding interdisciplinary experience.
MSSA/MPH: Combining a master’s in social work with a Master’s in Public Health prepares students for leadership in a broad range of health and social services within communities and organizations. Areas of study include prevention program planning, development, and evaluation.