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Enroll in a Dual Degree Program in Social Work
3/2 Arrangement in Social Work with Washington University in St. Louis
Fontbonne students may choose a 3/2 program of study in connection with the George Warren Brown (GWB) School of Social Work at Washington University. Students who have completed the first three years of required work for a major in human services at Fontbonne and who have a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.5 may apply for admission to the GWB School of Social Work at the end of the junior year. Upon satisfactory completion of the first year at GWB, the student will be awarded a bachelor of arts degree from Fontbonne University. It is the student’s responsibility to apply for this degree from Fontbonne at the satisfactory completion of the first year at GWB. At the end of the second year of study at GWB, students should qualify for a master of social work (MSW) degree at Washington University.
Accelerated Bridge Program with St. Louis University School of Social Work
Fontbonne students may choose an accelerated Bridge program of study with Saint Louis University School of Social Work. Senior-level students who have completed 44 credits hours including specific course requirements with a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.2 may apply for admission to the Saint Louis University School of Social Work. Bridge students will be given visiting student or non-degree student status if accepted in the MSW program and pay the current Saint Louis University School of Social Work tuition rates and fees. Bridge students are not eligible to apply for School of Social Work scholarships until they have received full admission to the MSW program. Students accepted into the Bridge program may take between 3–15 credit hours from select social work courses. Upon completion of graduation requirements at Fontbonne University and successful completion of SLU social work courses, students will be given full admission to the Saint Louis University School of Social Work MSW program. It is the student’s responsibility to meet with her/his academic advisor to appropriately plan for admission to the Bridge program.