In order to become a social worker, a person must first go to school. This career requires, at minimum, a four year degree in social work, and it may require a masters.
The minimum degree requirement for entry level positions is a bachelor's degree in social work (BSW). For higher positions a master's or doctorate may be required.
You don't. The minimum requirement for entry level positions is a bachelor's degree in social work (BSW).
In order to become a social worker, you will need to go to college so a high school education and degree is needed. You will be able to get a job with a psychology or sociology degree, but most entry level jobs requires a bachelor's in social work and a master's is required for clinical work.
People who have a degree in Humanities can go into teaching, technical writing, and counseling. They may also become a lawyer, a human resource specialist or a social worker.
You can go to any college that offers a degree in social work or sociology. So, look in the college catalogs or go on line to the colleges in your area and see if they offer this.
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i do not know. go find out yourself.
It would depend on the state's social work licensing board. In my state, you cannot. So you would be ale to go to school and get the degree, but would not be able to get the license to practice.
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