Choose a dual degree in social work and health services policy and management to gain the skills needed to manage public health programs and direct population-based health improvement.
Offered through the Arnold School of Public Health and College of Social Work, graduates with this dual degree are prepared for positions in health services management, policy, public health programs, research and education. Both schools develop graduates equipped to make a difference in people's lives.
Earn two graduate degrees in less time while also enjoying a cost savings thanks to shared credits between programs.
Gain a solid foundation by completing courses in both social work and health services policy and management.
Improve the health and well-being of individuals and their communities in a variety of settings from urban to rural.
Enjoy access to state government and governmental agencies through our location in the capital city.
What You’ll Study
Two complementary and distinct programs provide graduates with skills both in case management and health services policy, public health finance, public health law and program planning and evaluation. Graduates are well-positioned to pursue a range of careers in health care, public health, social services, policy development and health care management.
Gain the professional and personal intelligence it takes to have a successful career.
Breaking down complex problems or situations to identify patterns, connections and solutions
Examining their impact and effectiveness in achieving specific goals or objectives
Communicating and interacting effectively in a variety of social and professional situations
Handling sensitive or delicate situations with tact, sensitivity and professionalism
Promoting or defending a cause or issue often using awareness, education and policy change
Gathering and analyzing information to increase knowledge or solve problems
Using your degree
Make your college experience the foundation for a successful future.
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