Dual Degree Programs

Penn SP2 promotes interdisciplinary collaboration. Among the many ways we collaborate with our colleagues at Penn’s other 11 professional and graduate schools is through our dual degree programs. We are now proud to offer 11 dual degree programs for full-time MSW students, 4 dual degree programs for full-time MSSP students, and 3 dual degree programs for full-time NPL students, as well as 3 submatriculation programs for Penn undergraduates.

MSSP Dual Degree Programs

MSSP Dual Degree Programs

MSSP Dual Degree Programs

Full-time MSSP students can choose to pursue four dual degree programs.

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MSW Dual Degree Programs

MSW Dual Degree Programs

MSW Dual Degree Programs

Full-time MSW students can choose to pursue thirteen dual degree programs.

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NPL Dual Degree Programs

NPL Dual Degree Programs

NPL Dual Degree Programs

Full-time, on-campus NPL students can choose to pursue three dual degree programs.

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Submatriculation for Penn Undergraduates

Submatriculation for Penn Undergraduates

Submatriculation for Penn Undergraduates

Undergraduate students at the University of Pennsylvania may apply for an accelerated program of master’s degree study.

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