The Social Sciences Interdisciplinary Degree Programs (SSC) and the Graduate School of Social Work have developed a combined degree program between SSC's Health and Human Services concentration and Social Work's Master of Social Work. It is a 5-year program that leads to a combined BA/MSW degree. Only Health and Human Services students with junior standing, who have met the minimum admission requirements, are eligible to apply to this competitive program. More information on this program may be obtained through the SSC office.
The Health and Human Services (HHS) major within in the Social Sciences Interdisciplinary Programs studies the systems delivering human services to individuals and communities in need, the problems affecting those individuals and communities, and the professions and professionals providing services.
For information on the program, vision and focus of the graduate portion of the degree please visit the webpage for the Graduate School of Social Work.