Loyola University Chicago

School of Social Work

MSW/Master of Public Health

The MSW/MPH dual degree program provides a multidisciplinary education covering both a client-centered and a population-based health perspectives to train those who will work to address the health and social needs of vulnerable populations. The dual degree program is designed to prepare social work and public health leaders who understand and respond to social and health issues in order to promote the well-being of communities at local and global levels. The program will have an emphasis on eliminating social and health inequities, through a transformative education, rigorous research, and active community engagement.

Program benefits

• Inter-professional training in a well-respected university
• Three-year program as a full time student
• Fully online MPH coursework (except practicum)
• Fieldwork opportunities available at Loyola's more than 300 community partnerships