Jacqueline Goodman, Women’s and Gender Studies & Sociology Department, 311 Satterlee, (315) 267-2116, email@example.com
The Kent School of Social Work and SUNY Potsdam have established an agreement which allows qualified students who have earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Women’s and Gender Studies to complete the MSW degree in an additional 2½ years. With the combination of these two degrees, students will have the tools of social change to address the historic problems of gender inequality and injustice. Social work is a profession for those with a desire to improve people’s lives.
While completing the Women’s and Gender Studies major at SUNY Potsdam, students will substitute three 500 level WGS courses in the Social-Political and Science-Health Perspectives for lower-level courses (faculty approval required). Students must complete Human Biology, (fulfills the SB Gen Ed requirement), and Statistics, (fulfills the FM Gen Ed requirement), and maintain an overall GPA of 3.0.
For more information, see the MSW with University of Louisville Brochure (PDF).