references to the Bachelors exam content and category include the Associate

References to the bachelors exam content and category

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references to the Bachelors exam content and category include the Associate exam content and category.) The Bachelors, Masters, Advanced Generalist, and Clinical exams are distinct from one another in terms of the depth and breadth of content they cover. ASWB has defined the intended purpose of each examination as follows: Associate . This examination has been developed for use as a licensure requirement by member boards that issue licenses to non-social work–degreed applicants. Bachelors . This examination has been developed for use as a licensure requirement by member boards that issue to BSWs, upon entry to practice, licenses for basic generalist practice of Baccalaureate Social Work. Masters . This examination has been developed for use as a licensure requirement by member boards that issue to MSWs, upon entry to practice, licenses for Master’s Social Work practice. The practice of Master’s Social Work includes the application of specialized knowledge and advanced practice skills. Advanced Generalist . This examination has been developed for use as a licensure requirement by member boards that issue, to MSWs with two or more years of experience in non-clinical settings, licenses for Advanced Generalist social work practice. Advanced Generalist social work occurs in non-clinical settings that may include macro-level practice. Clinical . This examination has been developed for use as a licensure requirement by member boards that issue, to MSWs with two or more years of experience in clinical settings, licenses for the practice of Clinical Social Work. The practice of Clinical Social Work requires the application of specialized clinical knowledge and advanced clinical skills.
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