Dual Masters Degrees in Theological Studies/Divinity and Social Work
If you are called to ministry as a licensed social worker in the church or a faith-based setting, you may complete your M.Div. or M.A. degree from Northeastern Seminary and the MSW degree from Roberts in less time. Northeastern Seminary offers a dual-degree program with the Master of Social Work (MSW) program at Roberts Wesleyan College.
To receive the dual-degree, you must complete all of the credit requirements for the MSW degree in addition to 53 required credits for the M.Div. program or an additional 32 required credits for the M.A. program.
M.A. + M.S.W. IN 3.5 YEARS
1.5 Years of Seminary + 2 Years at Roberts
M.DIV. + M.S.W. IN 4.5 YEARS
2.5 Years of Seminary + 2 Years at Roberts
Time to completion may vary depending on the number of credits taken each semester. Students with a Bachelors of Social Work degree may further shorten the time to completion by applying to the MSW program's advanced standing option.
Dual-degree Admission Requirements
- Hold a baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or university
- Complete the Seminary application process and apply separately to the MSW program at Roberts
- Demonstrate readiness for graduate-level academic work and be approved by the seminary admissions committee
- Apply separately to Roberts Wesleyan College for the MSW program