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Course Overview

This online elective course has been designed for social work students, graduates and professionals who want to gain knowledge on how they can prepare before taking the social work licensing exams. The over-all goal is to understand about the requirements for taking the exam, how to apply, what study materials are helpful, how to benefit from licensing practice materials, the content areas of the exam, social work vocabulary, test-taking strategies, special accommodation issues and more. This course also incorporates a review of test-taking strategies using sample multiple-choice questions that are similar to those found on the licensure exam.

Credits: 3
Distribution: Graduate
Prerequisite: Matriculation into the Master of Social Work program or permission of the department

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Admissions Requirements

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