This broad, versatile degree is recognized and respected. It encompasses direct service with many population groups in a wide range of settings, as well as in policy analysis and advocacy, community practice, research, and organizational leadership. The combination of conflict analysis and social work provides students with the best of both worlds.
This three-year dual degree program allows students to earn a Master of Social Work and a Masters in Conflict Analysis & Resolution simultaneously. The Carter School's strong emphasis on theory is an excellent supplement to the grounding in theory provided through the Social Work curriculum, while Social Work's strong practice orientation supplements the skill-building provided through the Carter School.