Offered jointly with the Loyola University Chicago School of Law, this dual degree gives clinical skills and a broader understanding of the human concerns in legal interventions to practicing lawyers. Students in this program gain a psychological and social perspectives that come into play when representing and advocating for children, families, women, and the elderly.
- Earn your degrees from a highly respected university for both social work and law.
- Gain perspective on legal issues that pertain to social services and the communities they serve.
- Focus your education on your area of interest through specialization tracks.
- Complete both degrees in four years for full-time students.
- Make professional connections and gain experience through an internship at one of more than 1,000 partner agencies