Minor/Dual Degree Programs
What minors do you offer, and how do I sign up?
– Advocacy in the Criminal Legal System (9 credits)
– International Social Welfare (9 credits)
– Social Welfare Policy (9 credits)
Students completing a minor must notify the Office of Student Affairs by submitting the online Minor Declaration Form (If you have further questions about minors and dual degrees, please contact the Office of Student Affairs and Enrollment at: E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org) upon completion of the required credits. Students should also declare their minor when applying for graduation.
I am interested in finding out more about dual-degree programs.
Typically, a dual-degree program reduces the requirements for doing two full-time programs by approximately one academic year because fewer credits are needed for each of the two degrees. If you are interested in pursuing a dual degree with another Columbia graduate school, you must apply separately to the school in question during your first year at CSSW. You may also discuss your academic plan for completing requirements at both schools with email@example.com or schedule an appointment with our office at https://cu-acad.mywconline.com/. To update your student record once you have been accepted into the other school, please submit the online Dual Degree Enrollment Declaration
Which CSSW office should I contact if I have questions about minors or dual degrees?
If you have further questions about minors and dual degrees, please contact the Office of Student Affairs at firstname.lastname@example.org.