MS/MSW Dual Degree
Master of Science in Criminology and Criminal Justice/Master of Social Work Dual Degree Program
Provides specialized training in working with delinquent and criminal populations across the continuum of care through diversion to corrections to re-entry programs.
Prepares criminal justice professionals to better serve the people with whom they work, and helps social workers to better understand offender populations.
Successful graduates are highly qualified personnel trained to work in schools, health and human service agencies, criminal justice agencies, and nonprofit organizations.
The MS/MSW dual degree combines the expertise of the faculty of the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice and the faculty of the Grace Abbott School of Social Work.
For More Information
For detailed information on the MS/MSW Dual Degree Program, download the Master's Student Handbook for the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice.
Additional questions regarding the MS/MSW dual degree program can be directed to Lisa Sample, Ph.D., Master's Program Coordinator.
Lisa Sample, Ph.D.
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