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Advanced standing programs are for students who have acquired a Bachelor of Science (BSW) from a CSWE-accredited university.

Advanced generalist practice (to my knowledge) prepares social workers for leadership roles in direct and indirect settings. It supports interventions across micro, mezzo, and macro levels. Advanced generalist practitioners bring culturally-competent, evidenced-based practice skills across different social systems (case management, organizational development, community practice, and policy and evaluation).

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I have my BA and I am currently in a MSW program that is advanced generalist. It means that you learn ALL theories and aspects and at the end, you are qualified to be a social worker in many areas and not just one specific area (even if you only want to go into one specific area).

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