Master of Social Work
Campbellsville University offers an online Master of Social Work (MSW) for students who have already completed a bachelor's degree. Social work is a profession that seeks to improve the quality of life of individuals and the community through research, policy, crisis intervention, community organizing, direct practice, and teaching. The goal of the MSW program is to expand career opportunities for family practitioners, global social service providers and administrators through academic preparation in a Christ-centered environment. Graduates apply advanced-level professional social work skills in regional, national and international settings to improve clients’ quality of life.
Degree Level: Master
Delivery Format: 100% Online
Accelerated Degree: No
Accreditation & Licensing
Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, Commission on Colleges
Applicants must have completed a baccalaureate degree with a minimum of 15 hours of liberal arts education. Submit official transcripts. Have a minimum overall GPA of 3.0. Applicants seeking advanced standing must have completed a BSW degree at a CSWE accredited program. If the student does not have the required 3.0 undergraduate GPA, they may apply but must take a Carver School of Social Work competency exam and score at least 70 percent. International students must have a 2.3 computer generated or a 550 paper generated TOEFL. Submit three recommendations. Submit a signed statement of understanding affirming the support for NASW Code of Ethics and the standards of this MSW program. Provide a statement indicating whether they have a legal history that contains a misdemeanor or felony conviction.
An advanced standing 30-credit MSW program is available to those who hold a BSW degree.
North Carolina does not accept any field placements for schools located outside their state. Due to the importance of the field practicum for social work degrees, North Carolina students will not be able to pursue the Bachelor of Social Work or the Master of Social Work degrees unless field positions can be secured from a neighboring state.
In 1900, the Russell Creek Baptist Association made the decision to establish the Russell Creek Academy in Campbellsville. Students first enrolled in 1907, and by 1924, academic growth launched the school’s official name change to Campbellsville College. As the college transitioned from a junior college to four-year program, Campbellsville celebrated accreditation and, once again, in 1996, changed its name to Campbellsville University. Today, the private, four-year Christian institution has a main campus on 85 acres in Campbellsville, Kentucky, along with the 135-acre Clay Hill Memorial Forest, a research prodiverty located seven miles from the main campus. Campbellsville University awards associate’s, bachelor’s, and master’s degrees, along with pre-professional, post-graduate, and certificate programs.
At Campbellsville University, students can choose from more than 80 programs in a wide range of fields and degree options. Non-traditional students can pursue various options at Campbellsville University. Distance education programs offer online, hybrid, and web-assisted coursework. Students complete asynchronous online coursework and many programs are offered in accelerated formats.
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