University of South Florida
College of Behavioral and Community Sciences
Behavioral Health (MSW/MPH) Dual-Degree Program
M.S.W./M.P.H. - Behavioral Health Concentration
The Masters of Social Work/Masters of Public Health Dual-Degree Program (MSW/MPH) (Behavioral Health Concentration is an advanced dual degree program for students interested in combining clinical social work with public health and a concentration in behavioral health (including mental health and substance abuse services). The combination of degrees in public health and social work ideally equips graduate students to prepare for careers in social work, public health, and behavioral health settings with the ability to fill clinical, administrative, and evaluative roles which positively affect the lives of women, children, and various populations-at-risk in a changing society. Requirements for the Dual Degree Program include both core and elective courses in social work, public health, and behavioral health; a combined clinical/public health field placement in the community; a special master’s project; and a comprehensive exam in public health/behavioral health.
Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, Commission on Colleges
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