|SOCIAL WORK AND JURIS DOCTOR (MSW/JD)|
The MSW/JD program allows students who are interested in social justice issues at the intersection of law and social work to obtain both degrees a full year sooner than would be possible had they chosen to pursue the degrees independently. Applicants who hold a Bachelor of Social Work (BSW) degree may be able to complete the program in 3 years, while students without a BSW may be able to complete it in 4 years.
Applicants to the MSW/JD program must meet the independent admission criteria of the Faculty of Law and the School of Social Work. Once an applicant has met the minimum requirements of the Faculty of Law and the School of Social Work, a joint committee will convene to determine the applicant’s suitability for the MSW/JD program.
Students in the MSW/JD program must successfully complete the independent degree program requirements for the MSW and the JD. For more information, contact the School of Social Work (ext 6096) or the Faculty of Law (ext 2923, 2929).
For more information, contact the School of Social Work (ext 6096) or the Faculty of Law (ext 2923, 2929).
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