The Department of Social Work and Outdoor Education Program at the University of New Hampshire (UNH) are excited to offer the first integrated dual degree program in the United States. In two and a half years students will be able to complete two graduate degrees, a Master in Social Work (M.S.W.) and a Master in Science (M.S.) in Kinesiology with a concentration in Outdoor Education to prepare them for a career in adventure therapy. Students simultaneously take classes in both social work and kinesiology and are required to also complete an advanced research project which is supervised by Faculty in the Social Work and Outdoor Education Program in Kinesiology (See Curriculum). Students will have access to the Browne Center for Innovative Learning for “hands on” training, research opportunities and financial support. In addition, students complete two internships at social service agencies, one during their first year of study and a second specialized internship during the summer after their second year. This specialized second internship concentrates on the utilization and application of adventure therapy in an agency setting with placement opportunities both in New England and across the United States.