Explore the GSSWSR's partnerships with local colleges, universities, and agencies.
The GSSWSR is committed to partnering with local colleges, universities, and agencies to provide pathways for undergraduate students and practitioners to attend the GSSWSR and earn their M.S.S. These partnerships have been developed through articulation agreements that identify eligible majors and undergraduate courses that may transfer to the M.S.S. program. Undergraduate students who apply through an articulation agreement may transfer up to three undergraduate courses into the M.S.S. program that will count toward their master's degree requirements. These students are also eligible for a guaranteed tuition grant award. See below for more information on these partnerships.
Gwynedd Mercy University
Eligible undergraduate majors: Psychology
Eligible undergraduate majors: Psychology and Human Services
Eligible undergraduate majors: Psychology, Criminal Justice, Education Studies
Pennsylvania State University
Eligible undergraduate majors: Human Development & Family Studies
The College of New Jersey
Eligible undergraduate majors: Sociology, Psychology, Public Health, Women & Gender Studies, Bonner Scholars
University of Delaware
Eligible undergraduate majors: Human Services
Philadelphia Department of Human Services and Philadelphia Community Umbrella Agencies
Eligible staff from DHS and its partner CUA agencies may apply to the GSSWSR through a partnership with DHS and are guaranteed a tuition grant award equal to 40% of the total tuition.
Thomas Jefferson University - College of Population Health
The Graduate School of Social Work and Social Research offers a dual degree program in Social Work and Public Health (MSS/MPH) through a partnership with Thomas Jefferson University's College of Population Health.