MSW/MPH degree offers new focus in community empowerment, program development

The UGA Master of Social Work/Master of Public Health dual degree program recently added a new area of concentration. Beginning in fall 2014, students in the program may focus on Community Empowerment and Program Development (CEPD) within the MSW degree.

The option broadens the choices available to students, who until now have been limited to just the MSW concentration of Clinical Practice, which prepares students to address the problems of individuals within social networks such as families.  The MPH continues to be in the Health Promotion and Behavior concentration, which prepares students to develop health promotion programs on a large scale.

Read more about the MSW/MPH program at its blog, or at the CPH website.

Posted July 7, 2014.