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Dual Degrees M.Ed. Bank Street College of Education M.B.A. Columbia Business School J.D. Columbia Law School M.S. Urban Planning Graduate School of Architecture Planning and Preservation M.A. Jewish Studies Jewish Theological Seminary M.P.H. Mailman School of Public Health M.P.A. School of International Public Affairs M.I.A. School of International Public Affairs M.Div. Union Theological Seminary Minors Business Administration International Social Welfare Law Public Policy and Administration Dual Degrees and Minors 1st semester Foundations of Social Work Practice Social Welfare Policy Social Work Research Human Behavior and the Social Environment I Field Education 2nd semester Direct Practice II Advocacy in Social Work Practice Human Behavior and the Social Environment II Field Education NOTE If you are in the Extended or Reduced Residency programs you begin field education and foundation practice courses in your second year. Foundation Year Complete your foundation courses and field internship finalize your method and field of practice for Year Two. Year Two Complete a specialized program courses and field internship for your chosen method and field of practice. NOTE If you are in the Advanced Standing or Transfer programs you enter as a second-year student. Second-year students complete classes in their concentration area and field of practice while also working in an advanced field setting. 5 The most popular dual degrees are in public health and international affairs. A total of 60 credits along with 1200 hours in the field is required for earning the MSW degree.