Individuals interested in promoting constructive social change will find this dual degree meets their needs. Graduates of the J.D./M.S.W. program are prepared for careers as social service administrators, juvenile court representatives, family court judicial personnel, mediators, public policy officials, guardian ad litems, family law attorneys and child support enforcement administrators. Students will participate in both legal and social work internships.
Rachel A. Fusco, PhD, MSW (she/her)
Associate Dean for Faculty and Academic Affairs
Georgia Athletic Association Professor in Health and Well-Being
University of Georgia