Master of Divinity / Master of Social Work Dual-Degree Program

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1 The Mission: To prepare individuals for positions of leadership and service in the social agencies of the church and the community at large. Objectives: To equip graduates for various forms of ministry and service in which clinical and administrative skills in social work and theology are critical; to enable students to perform and evaluate social work practices in the light of theological, biblical, theoretical (bio-psychosocial-spiritual and person-in-environment framework), ethical, pastoral, social justice, and empirical perspectives; and to prepare students for service in occupations where social work and the church s ministries intersect. Program Description: This program can be completed in four continuous years of full-time study (as opposed to 5 years) and leads to a Master of Divinity degree conferred by Duke University and a Master of Social Work degree conferred by the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Completion of the Dual Degree requires strict adherence to course sequence and curriculum design. The program cannot be shortened significantly by taking courses in summer session at either school. Distinctive Features of the Program: Two integrative seminars (PASTCARE 761 & PASTCARE 809) co-led by a member of the University of North Carolina Social Work faculty and a member of the faculty of Duke Divinity School are taken in the first and final year of study. These seminars enable the student to integrate theological, biblical, theoretical, ethical, pastoral, social justice, empirical, and practical dimensions of social work. The Robertson Scholars bus offers transportation between both schools. It is available to all students enrolled in the Dual Degree program. Requirements for Admission: Applicants for the MDiv/M.S.W. dual-degree program typically will have received a bachelor s degree (BA or BS) from a four-year college or university accredited by one of the nationally recognized regional accrediting agencies in the United States or hold an equivalent educational credential from another country. Students apply separately to Duke Divinity School and UNC- CH School of Social Work. Acceptance into one of the programs does not guarantee acceptance into the other. In addition to the application, the School of Social Work requires a personal statement, three letters of reference, and recent scores from the Graduate Record Examination. Students will not be able to transfer into the dual-degree program from other universities. Each semester, tuition and other expenses are paid to the school at which the student is taking classes. Credits for Each Program: MDIV: Typical graduation requirements consist of satisfactory completion of 24 courses (72 semester hours), with an overall grade point average of C (2.0) or better: nine basic courses or their equivalent; five limited electives; ten electives; two units of approved field education; and four evaluations (two field education evaluations, a Middler Evaluation, and a Senior Evaluation). In the dual degree program, four courses (12 credit hours) are shared between the two degrees,

2 reducing the number of courses required for the Master of Divinity degree to 20 (60 credit hours). Because of these reduced required hours and the addition of two integrative electives unique to the dual degree, the dual degree allows for only five true electives. Depending on judicatory requirements, United Methodists have one or no true electives. Due to the tight requirements of the dual degree program, students wishing to pursue a biblical language must take the language during the summer (and complete their field education requirements during the academic year). Students who are seeking ordination must receive permission from their respective judicatories to enroll in the dual-degree program. MSW: Sixty-two (62) credit hours are required, of these: 32 are Foundation and 30 are Concentration credits. Students select one of three concentrations: Direct Practice, Management and Community Practice, or Self-Directed. Twelve of the 62 credit hours are shared with the Master of Divinity degree program, reducing the credit hours to 50. Matriculating Students Full Time students will apply to the dual degree program at both schools and complete the first two years of the program at Duke Divinity School. Students will defer the enrollment for two years at the School of Social Work. Students will enroll in the first Integrative Seminar, PASTCARE 761, in the fall of the first year of the dual-degree program. Students will be required to defer enrollment for two years at University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Distance Education MSW students will apply to the dual degree program at both schools and begin the program at the School of Social Work. Students will defer enrollment into Duke Divinity School for two years. After the student completes two years in the distance education program (i.e., enrolled in Friday classes) at UNC, they will enter the dual-degree program full-time at the beginning of their third year. This third year will begin in residence at Duke Divinity. Students will complete two years of residential coursework at Duke and then return to UNC to complete the final concentration year of their MSW. Students enrolled in the distance education program must take the 1 st Integrative Seminar, PASTCARE 101, during the fall semester of their third year when enrolled at Duke. Advanced Standing MSW students (who are already experiencing the reduction of a year at the UNC School of Social Work) will be eligible for the dual degree program. They must begin the dual degree program at Duke Divinity School and then enter the School of Social Work during the Summer Session (begins in May of each year) following their last semester at the Divinity School. In order to complete the MSW/MDiv paradigm with their cohorts, the Advanced Standing students will take one course credit less at Duke (19 credits total) than the other students in the dual-degree program. Advanced Standing students may reduce their required coursework by three credit hours when they enter the School of Social Work, taking 37 credit hours total. The concentration field placement will be their third placement. The Advanced Standing students will be required to take both of Duke s Field Education Placements.

3 Divinity School Required Limited Electives Duke Divinity School requires the following electives: one course from the Church Ministry (CM) Limited Electives (PASTCARE 761 counts for this limited elective, but students must also complete one year of spiritual formation, designated CM 700 and CM 701), one course in New Testament Exegesis (from designated list), one course in Black Church Studies (from designated list), one course from World Christianity (from designated list, but not required if the student chooses to take American Christianity), and one course from the Practicing Theology in Ministry Limited Electives (PASTCARE 809 counts for this PTM limited elective). Field Education A total of four field placements are required for the dual degree. For Advance Standing students, only three field placements are required. Duke Divinity School Two units of approved field education are required by the Divinity School. They are met through either part-time academic year placements (thirty weeks) or full-time summer placements (ten to twelve weeks). One of the Divinity School field education placements must be in a congregational setting. School of Social Work The School of Social Work requires four semester-long courses (SOWO 520, 521, 820, 821) of approved field education. The first two courses occur during Year 3 and consist of 480 hours over two semesters. This placement typically amounts to two full days a week for a total of 60 days. The third and fourth field education courses (Concentration Year Field Placements) occur during the final year at the SSW and consist of 720 hours over two semesters. This placement typically amounts to three full days a week for a total of 90 days. The Concentration Year Field Placement at the School of Social Work will be an Integrated Field Placement fulfilling requirements for the semester-long SOWO 820 and SOWO 821. The Field office and the faculty advisors will work together to coordinate these placements Distance Education MSW Field Education Distance education students will take their Integrative Field Placement (SOWO 820 and SOWO 821) in year five when they re-enter their full-time year at the SSW. Advanced Standing MSW Field Education Concentration Field Placements (SOWO 219, SOWO 820 and 821) for Advanced Standing Students will begin the summer before entering the School Social Work as 3 rd year students. Faculty Advisors A dual degree student is assigned a faculty advisor in each school who also serves as a program advisor for academic/administrative needs of the program. It is expected that on-going collaboration will occur between faculty advisors in the two schools.

4 For Additional Information, Contact: Duke Divinity School: Paige Anderson, Director of Admissions Operations, Duke Divinity School, Box 90965, Durham, NC , (919) , E mail: or Dr. Susan Dunlap, Director of the MDiv/MSW Program, (919) , and University of North Carolina School of Social Work: Dr. Travis Albritton, Program Coordinator, (919) , or Mrs. Sharon Holmes Thomas (919) School of Social Work Admissions Office, Tate-Turner Kuralt Building, Room 370-A, 325 Pittsboro Street, CB#3550, Chapel Hill, NC

5 MSW/MDIV Paradigm For students who begin at Duke Divinity First Year Fall - Duke Divinity Spring Duke Divinity CHURMIN 700 Spiritual Formation (non-credit) CHURMIN 701Spiritual Formation (non-credit) Church History 750 Church History 751 Old Testament 752 Old Testament 753 MDIV/MSW Integrative Elective New Testament 754 PASTCARE 761 (Fulfills Church Min LE) World Christianity LE/ or Elective American Christianity st Year Divinity Writing Assessment Academic Year FE Placement 1 (Optional: Summer Placement) Second Year Fall - Duke Divinity Spring Duke Divinity Christian Theology 755 Christian Ethics 757 Elective (Methodists = PARISH 777) Elective (Methodists = PARISH 778) Elective (Methodist =Worship LTS 760) Preaching 758 Elective (Methodist =Evangelism) Black Church Studies LE Middler Review of Student Portfolio Academic Year FE Placement 2 (Optional: Summer Placement) Third Year Fall- UNC SSW SoWo 500 Human Development in Context: Infancy to Adolescence(HBSE)(3) SoWo 530 Foundations of Social Welfare Policy (Policy) (3) SoWo 540 SW Practice with Individuals, Families, and Groups (Practice) (3) SoWo 570 SW Practice with Organizations & Communities(Practice)(3) SoWo 520 and SoWo 523 Practicum I and Foundation Field Seminar I (4) Spring UNC SSW SoWo 501 Confronting Oppression and Institutional Discrimination (HBSE)(3) SoWo 505 Human Development in Context: Adulthood to Older Adulthood (HBSE)(3) SoWo 510 -Foundations for Evidence- Based Practice & Program Evaluation(Research)(3) SoWo 517 Integrated Practice (Practice) (3) SoWo 521 and SoWo 524 Social Work Practicum II and Field Seminar II (4) Fourth Year Fall Both Schools Spring - Both Schools SoWo xxx Advanced HBSE/Practice (3) MDiv/MSW PC Capstone Elective (Fulfills PTM LE) MDiv New Testament Exegesis LE SoWo 810 (Research) (1.5) SoWo xxx (Elective) (1.5) MDiv Elective (Methodist =Mission) MDiv Elective MDiv Senior Review of Student Portfolio SoWo 820 Practicum III (6) SoWo 821 Practicum IV (6)

6 Paradigm for students who begin at University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Students who begin at the School of Social Work and then apply and enter the dual-degree Program will complete their first year at UNC-CH, then enter and complete two years at Duke, and return for the fourth and final year at UNC-CH SSW. First Year Fall UNC SSW SoWo 500 Human Development in Context: Infancy to Adolescence(HBSE)(3) SoWo 530 Foundations of Social Welfare Policy (Policy) (3) SoWo 540 SW Practice with Individuals, Families, and Groups (Practice) (3) SoWo 570 SW Practice with Organizations & Communities(Practice)(3) SoWo 520 and SoWo 523 Practicum I and Foundation Field Seminar I (4) Spring UNC SSW SoWo 501 Confronting Oppression and Institutional Discrimination (HBSE)(3) SoWo 505 Human Development in Context: Adulthood to Older Adulthood (HBSE)(3) SoWo 510 -Foundations for Evidence-Based Practice & Program Evaluation(Research)(3) SoWo 517 Integrated Practice (Practice) (3) SoWo 521 and SoWo 524 Social Work Practicum II and Field Seminar II (4) Second Year Fall - Duke Divinity Spring Duke Divinity CHURMIN 700 Spiritual Formation (non-credit) CHURMIN 701 Spiritual Formation (non-credit) Church History 750 Church History 751 Old Testament 752 Old Testament 753 MDIV/MSW Integrative Elective New Testament 754 PASTCARE 761 (Fulfills Church Min LE) World Christianity LE/ or Elective American Christianity st Year Divinity Writing Assessment Academic Year FE Placement 1 (Optional: Summer Placement) Third Year Fall - Duke Divinity Spring Duke Divinity Christian Theology 755 Christian Ethics 757 Elective (Methodists = PARISH 777) Elective (Methodists = PARISH 778) Elective (Methodists=Worship LTS 760) Preaching 758 Elective (Methodists=Evangelism) Black Church LE Middler Review of Student Portfolio Academic Year Placement 2 (Optional: Summer Placement) Fourth Year Fall- Both Schools Spring Both Schools SoWo xxx Advanced HBSE/Practice (3) MDiv/MSW PC Capstone Elective (Fulfills PTM LE) MDiv New Testament Exegesis LE SoWo 810 (Research) (1.5) SoWo xxx (Elective) (1.5) MDiv Elective (Methodist =Mission) MDiv Elective MDiv/MSW PC Capstone Elective (Fulfills PTM LE) MDiv Senior Review of Student Portfolio SoWo 820 Practicum III (6) SoWo 821 Practicum IV (6)

7 UNC SSW Distance Education Program Paradigm First and Second Year Begin at School of Social Work (Fridays Only) Third and Fourth Years in Residence at Duke, Fifth Year at Both Schools First Year Fall- UNC SSW SoWo 500 Human Development in Context: Infancy to Adolescence(HBSE)(3) SoWo 530 Foundations of Social Welfare Policy (Policy) (3) Second Year Fall- UNC SSW SoWo 540 SW Practice with Individuals, Families, and Groups (Practice) (3) SoWo 570 SW Practice with Organizations & Communities(Practice)(3) SoWo 520 and SoWo 523 Practicum I and Foundation Field Seminar I (4) Spring UNC SSW SoWo 501 Confronting Oppression and Institutional Discrimination (HBSE)(3) SoWo 505 Human Development in Context: Adulthood to Older Adulthood (HBSE)(3) Spring UNC SSW SoWo 510 -Foundations for Evidence-Based Practice & Program Evaluation(Research)(3) SoWo 517 Integrated Practice (Practice) (3) SoWo 521 and SoWo 524 Social Work Practicum II and Field Seminar II (4) Third Year Fall - Duke Divinity Spring Duke Divinity CHURMIN 700 Spiritual Formation (non-credit) CHURMIN 701 Spiritual Formation (non-credit) Church History 750 Church History 751 Old Testament 752 Old Testament 753 MDIV/MSW Integrative Elective New Testament 754 PASTCARE 761 (Fulfills Church Min LE) World Christianity LE/ or Elective American Christianity st Year Divinity Writing Assessment Academic Year Placement 1 (Optional: Summer Placement) Fourth Year Fall - Duke Divinity Spring Duke Divinity Christian Theology 755 Christian Ethics 757 Elective (Methodists = PARISH 777) Elective (Methodists = PARISH 778) Elective (Methodists=Worship LTS 760) Preaching 758 Elective (Methodists=Evangelism) Black Church LE Middler Review of Student Portfolio Academic Year Placement 2 (Optional: Summer Placement) Fifth Year Fall- Both Schools SoWo xxx Advanced HBSE (3) MDiv New Testament Exegesis LE Spring - Both Schools MDiv Elective MDiv/MSW PC Capstone Elective (Fulfills PTM LE) MDiv Elective (Methodist =Mission) SoWo 810 (Research) (1.5) SoWo xxx (Elective) 1.5 MDiv Senior Review of Student Portfolio SoWo 820 Practicum III (6) SoWo 821 Practicum IV (6)

8 MSW/MDIV PARADIGM FOR ADVANCED STANDING STUDENTS Students begin in May at UNC-CH at the completion of the second year at Duke. First Year Fall - Duke Divinity Spring Duke Divinity CHURMIN 700 Spiritual Formation (non-credit) CHURMIN 701 Spiritual Formation (non-credit) Church History 750 Church History 751 Old Testament 752 Old Testament 753 MDIV/MSW Integrative Elective New Testament 754 PASTCARE 761 (Fulfills Church Min LE) World Christianity LE/ or Elective American Christianity 756 Field Education: Students must complete a field education placement in the summer between their first and second year, and one placement during the academic year of their 1 st or 2 nd year Second Year Fall - Duke Divinity Spring Duke Divinity Christian Theology 755 Christian Ethics 757 Elective (Methodists = PARISH 777) Elective (Methodists = PARISH 778) Elective (Methodists=Worship LTS 760) Preaching 758 Elective (Methodists=Evangelism) Black Church LE Middler Review of Student Portfolio Summer of 2 nd Year at School of Social Work BRIDGE Course (6 credits) SoWo 219 (4 credits) Field Practicum - Begin Integrative Placement Third Year Fall- School of Social Work Spring - Both Schools SoWo 510 Foundations for Evidence- Based Practice and Program Evaluation (Research) (3) (fulfills PTM LE) SoWo xxx Advanced HBSE/Practice (3) MDiv/MSW Integrative Capstone-PC 809 MDiv New Testament Exegesis LE SoWo 810 Advanced Research (1.5) SoWo xxx Elective (3) SoWo xxx Elective (1.5) MDiv Elective SoWo xxx Elective (3) MDiv Senior Review of Student Portfolio SoWo 820 Social Work Practicum III SoWo 821 Social Work Practicum IV (6) (6) (Integrative Field Placement continues from the Summer Session) Advanced placement students may want to consider taking five classes in one semester of their 1 st or 2 nd years at Duke Divinity to avoid needing to take a class at Duke Divinity in the fall of their third year. Total: 40 credits for SSW Total: 19 credits for Divinity

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