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Discover Your Path to Professional Advancement

Find out what it means to attend a university that’s right for you. Campbellsville University is a comprehensive Christian institution that offers online degree and certificate programs at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. Through our commitment to academic integrity and personal growth, you’ll receive the professional preparation you need to advance your career.

Campbellsville’s dynamic online programs provide accessible opportunities for continuing your education. You can experience an impactful education to succeed in business, criminal justice, education, ministry and theology, nursing and social work.

Campbellsville’s professors offer valuable guidance and education to position you for success in rewarding career fields. Our affordable online programs are ideal if you want flexibility in how you learn or need to balance your work and family responsibilities.

Online Programs

Campbellsville University offers certificates and degrees in a variety of industries. Explore our online programs below:

60 Credit Hours; 2 Years

Begin your journey toward a fulfilling business career with our fully online associate degree.

62 Credit Hours; 2 Years

Prepare for a fulfilling career in ministry with our online associate degree in Christian studies.

60 Credit Hours; 2 Years

Explore modern criminal justice concepts and trends to prepare to serve the public with our online associate degree.

65 Credit Hours; 2 Years

Learn teaching fundamentals and prepare to change lives in your career with our online associate degree in education.

64 Credit Hours; 2 Years

Find your calling by studying numerous topics with our online general studies degree.

65 Credit Hours; 2 Years

Gain foundational skills for helping young children build a love for learning.

60 Credit Hours; 2 Years

Delve into mass communications and gain experience in news writing, broadcasting and more.

120 Credit Hours; 4 Years

Learn business fundamentals while exploring the trends behind today’s fast-paced economy.

120 Credit Hours; 4 Years

Prepare for your future in law enforcement and the legal system while striving to enhance society for the better.

123 Credit Hours; 4 Years

Make a difference in young students’ lives and seek initial licensure for teaching in an elementary school in Kentucky.

120 Credit Hours; 4 Years

Gain insight into business concepts and practices to prepare for careers in corporate environments.

120 Credit Hours; 4 Years

Develop a global perspective on supporting diverse groups of young learners in inclusive early childhood classrooms.

120 Credit Hours; 4 Years

Gain expertise in interdisciplinary studies as you prepare for initial teacher certification.

136 Credit Hours; 4.5 Years

Pursue competitive credentials to fulfill your aspirations for elementary education and special education.

120 Credit Hours; 4 Years

With our accredited online bachelor’s in leadership and missions, you can prepare to serve others, lead missions and advance the kingdom of God worldwide.

120 Credit Hours; 4 Years

Build on your knowledge with a well-rounded degree that you can customize for your goals through nine concentrations.

120 Credit Hours; 2–4 Years

Gain practical skills for working with couples and families to promote resilience and support through a Christian perspective.

120 Credit Hours; 4 Years

Develop a solid biblical foundation for impacting other people’s lives and construct a healthy church environment.

122 Credit Hours; 4 Years

Prepare to support primary–12th-grade students with learning and behavior disorders in Kentucky.

120 Credit Hours; 4 Years

Explore the business of athletics while preparing for numerous leadership positions in this field.

120 Credit Hours; 4 Years

Learn the foundations of social work to become an effective professional and support clients from a position based on ethics and Christian values.

37 Credit Hours; 12–16 Months

This ACEN-accredited program enables you to develop advanced nursing skills while taking classes that fit busy schedules.

36 Credit Hours; 12–18 Months

Cultivate a solid foundation in academic leadership bolstered by advanced professional expertise for district-level administrative roles.

51 Credit Hours; 2 Years

Prepare to qualify for advanced academic leadership opportunities and pursue three certifications through the Praxis School Leadership Licensure Assessment.

30 Credit Hours; 18 Months

Prepare to practice Christian servant leadership as a district-level administrator to empower students and support teachers of all levels.

30 Credit Hours; 18 Months

Gain hands-on experience and skills to promote student learning from the highest levels of leadership.

48 Credit Hours; 18 Months

Prepare to transform student lives by meeting their academic, social, emotional and career needs as a school counselor.

36 Credit Hours; 2 Years

Acquire administration-caliber skills to lead and mentor your fellow faculty members.

30 Credit Hours; 2 Years

Designed for current and future administrators, this program helps you gain competencies for overseeing all aspects of school leadership.

30 Credit Hours; 18 Months

Move beyond traditional teaching roles by preparing to excel in education administration and school management.

39–48 Credit Hours; 18 Months

Prepare for a rewarding career in special education, gaining knowledge for working with students with learning disabilities or emotional and behavioral disorders.

30 Credit Hours; 18 Months

Acquire the expertise needed to create learning environments conducive for special education students.

30 Credit Hours; 2 Years

Turn your passion for sports into a successful career by building the expertise to lead in the sports industry.

33–39 Credit Hours; 12–18 Months

Get ready to teach health and physical education at the K–12 level, or begin a career in health programming with our online MAT degree.

30–36 Credit Hours; 12–18 Months

Learn to apply effective teaching methods as you prepare to transition to high school teaching roles.

36–42 Credit Hours; 18 Months

Pursue a career in teaching by gaining the knowledge needed to support and educate elementary school students.

33–39 Credit Hours; 2 Years

Gain the skills to make a positive impact on a child’s life and future, helping them build a solid foundation and love of learning.

36–39 Credit Hours; 2 Years

Gain expertise in teaching the English language to non-native speakers in the United States and across the globe.

30 Credit Hours; 1–2 Years

Gain IT and computer science expertise to meet the growing demand for leaders in innovative fields.

36 Credit Hours; 1 Year

In this STEM program, you can learn to implement AI and machine learning to solve challenges and achieve goals.

36 Credit Hours; 2 Years

Deepen your understanding of community action principles and advocacy concepts to make a positive impact in your community.

36 Credit Hours; 2 Years

Investigate research methods used in criminology and examine contemporary criminology theory.

30 Credit Hours; 12 Months

Harness your creative abilities while becoming a skilled communicator ready for further academic study or leadership roles.

75 Credit Hours; 2 Years

Take your ministry calling a step further as you prepare to advance the gospel through the church and into the world.

36–42 Credit Hours; 14 Months

Establish foundational knowledge of the Montessori philosophy and early childhood education methods.

32 Credit Hours; 2 Years

Engage in direct music training by exploring advanced teaching theories, music education strategies, specialized instruction and the communicative nature of music.

30 Credit Hours; 1 Year

Become an expert in how companies harness cloud computing through this online STEM program.

60 Credit Hours; 2 Years

Prepare to become a leader in the social work field by learning to support individuals, families, communities and groups.

30 Credit Hours; 9 Months

Take a fast track to licensure and leadership opportunities in the field by providing direct client services under the supervision of an appropriately licensed social worker.

30 Credit Hours; 2 Years

Build advanced skills for biblical and theological studies, ministry and leadership, getting ready to pursue a career in ministry, religious research, teaching, policymaking, social care or counseling.

30 Credit Hours; 2 Years

Get ready to flourish as an ethical manager by acquiring superior leadership, conflict resolution and communication skills.

36 Credit Hours; 2 Years

Enhance your business acumen to oversee how organizations tackle complex challenges and capitalize on emerging technologies.

36 Credit Hours; 2 Years

Prepare to climb the corporate ladder within your organization while preparing for the certified public accountant (CPA) exam.

36 Credit Hours; 2 Years

Build business expertise relevant for managing a church and learn how religious institutions utilize their foundations in faith to excel in the modern economy.

36 Credit Hours; 2 Years

Hone your technical and business talents to modernize how companies access opportunities in a global economy.

36 Credit Hours; 2 Years

Endeavor to pursue a wealth of business ventures and lead teams by gaining leadership skills for pushing organizations to the next level.

36 Credit Hours; 2 Years

Meet the rising demand for healthcare managers while building your business and leadership expertise.

36 Credit Hours; 2 Years

Specialize in managing modern workforces and gain expertise in hiring, onboarding and labor regulations.

36 Credit Hours; 2 Years

Immerse yourself in cutting-edge technologies with the power to transform how companies attract customers.

36 Credit Hours; 2 Years

Learn international business ideals, policies and marketing best practices to help companies thrive in a global economy.

36 Credit Hours; 2 Years

Become a marketing leader versed in strategies and practices for enabling organizations to stand out in a media-saturated marketplace.

36 Credit Hours; 2 Years

Develop an advanced toolkit for fostering business growth by streamlining supply chains and logistics.

45 Credit Hours; 2–3 Years

Prepare to take the national certification exam to become a certified family nurse practitioner and contribute to excellence in healthcare.

38 Credit Hours; 2–3 Years

Engage in extensive management and leadership training to advance your career as a trusted nurse leader.

27 Credit Hours; 1–2 Years

Earn credentials for the Kentucky CPA examination, with the skills needed to pass it.

18 Credit Hours; 1 Year

Gain the expertise needed for digital and social media roles to create strategies for brands to connect with their fans.

18 Credit Hours; 1 Year

Develop writing, reading and critical thinking skills, along with literary knowledge for graduate programs or English teacher positions.

21 Credit Hours; 1 Year

Prepare to identify and assess the needs of students with physical disabilities, mental challenges or autism spectrum disorders.

27 Credit Hours; 1 Year

Learn biblical, historical and practical fundamentals for working in ministry, leadership or theological studies.

12 Credit Hours; 1 Year

Develop the skills and tools that school counselors need to seek school leadership roles.

12 Credit Hours; 6 Months to 1 Year

This program equips administrators with the tools to help students thrive in school while supporting school counseling efforts geared to offer the best resources to students.

15 Credit Hours; 1 Year

Pursue this certification to learn success strategies such as immersion and sheltered English, gaining the skills and knowledge to teach ESL students.

12 Credit Hours; 1 Year

Equip yourself with the tools needed to teach gifted and talented students while acquiring real-world experience by collaborating with experts and instructors.

15 Credit Hours; 6 Months to 1 Year

Rise to a higher level in education, gaining skills in instructional design, fiscal management, organizational leadership and school improvement.

12 Credit Hours; 6 Months to 1 Year

Prepare to become a leader at the district level while developing as a Christian servant leader.

About Campbellsville University

Founded in 1906 as a Christian university, Campbellsville welcomes diverse perspectives and prepares students to become Christian servant leaders. We offer online degree and certificate programs in a convenient format so that you can grow professionally and personally by studying when and where you want.

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A Flexible Way to Achieve Your Goals

With our online programs, you can get the flexibility to thrive in your career and life while seeking a degree or certificate. You won’t have to attend campus — instead, you will log into an online learning environment to learn, complete assignments and interact with your instructors and peers. You’ll benefit from the same quality education students experience in person, only in a convenient format that we deliver directly to you.

Online Courses Designed to Propel Your Aspirations

Whether you’re new to college education, planning a career change or want to excel in your field, online programs at Campbellsville can fit your needs. Our courses are taught by experienced professors and offer the academic rigor that is a hallmark of a CU education. As a sign of our quality curriculum, we offer programs with accreditation from the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP), Council on Social Work Education (CSWE), International Accreditation Council for Business Education (IACBE) and other respected associations.

Find Your Path to Professional Success

If you’re ready to seek a new career or professional advancement, Campbellsville’s online programs can show you the way. Here, you can acquire skills that position you for success while improving your earning potential. In fact, high school graduates increase their salary by an average of 65 percent by earning a bachelor’s degree. Moreover, attaining a master’s degree increases their salary an additional 18 percent.2

10 Rewarding Careers for College Graduates

Ranked by projected employment growth from 2021 to 2031.

  1. Family Nurse Practitioner: 46 percent3
  2. Medical and Health Services Manager: 28 percent4
  3. Computer and Information Research Scientist: 21 percent5
  4. Preschool Teacher: 15 percent6
  5. Marketing Manager: 10 percent7
  6. School Counselor: 10 percent8
  7. Social Worker: 9 percent9
  8. Manager: 8 percent10
  9. Human Resources Manager: 7 percent11
  10. Accountant: 6 percent12

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SACSCOC Accreditation

Campbellsville University is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges to award certificates, associate, baccalaureate, master’s and doctoral degrees. Contact the Commission on Colleges at 1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia 30033-4097 or call 404-679-4500 for questions about the status of Campbellsville University.

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  1. Online Christian Colleges. “50 Most Affordable Christian Colleges and Universities.” Retrieved September 13, 2022, from https://www.onlinechristiancolleges.com/.
  2. U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. “Education pays, 2021.” Retrieved September 14, 2022, from https://www.bls.gov/.
  3. U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. “Nurse Anesthetists, Nurse Midwives, and Nurse Practitioners.” Retrieved September 14, 2022, from https://www.bls.gov/.
  4. U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. “Medical and Health Services Managers.” Retrieved September 14, 2022, from https://www.bls.gov/.
  5. U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. “Computer and Information Research Scientists.” Retrieved September 14, 2022, from https://www.bls.gov/.
  6. U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. “Preschool Teachers.” Retrieved September 14, 2022, from https://www.bls.gov/.
  7. U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. “Advertising, Promotions, and Marketing Managers.” Retrieved September 14, 2022, from https://www.bls.gov/.
  8. U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. “School and Career Counselors and Advisors.” Retrieved September 14, 2022, from https://www.bls.gov/.
  9. U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. “Social Workers.” Retrieved September 14, 2022, from https://www.bls.gov/.
  10. U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. “Management Occupations.” Retrieved September 14, 2022, from https://www.bls.gov/.
  11. U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. “Human Resources Managers.” Retrieved September 14, 2022, from https://www.bls.gov/.
  12. U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. “Accountants and Auditors.” Retrieved September 14, 2022, from https://www.bls.gov/.