Students may earn both a Master of Social Work degree (from UNC-Chapel Hill) and a Master of Divinity degree (from Duke University in Durham, N.C.) through this dual-degree program, which requires four continuous years of full-time study (eight semesters).
Most students begin their coursework at Duke for the first two years. They attend classes at UNC-Chapel Hill during the third year and complete coursework at both universities during their final year. This dual-degree program also includes four field education placements — two at Duke (including a congregational setting) and two at UNC-Chapel Hill.
You must apply separately to each school. Acceptance into one program does not guarantee acceptance into the other program. Additional tuition charges apply for courses offered by Duke University.
For detailed information about the Master of Social Work and Master of Divinity dual-degree program (including a year-by-year course schedule, a full program description, and Frequently Asked Questions), please view online or download this document: Master of Social Work / Master of Divinity Dual-Degree Program Details
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