Master of Social Work 100% Online

Become a Social Worker to Help Vulnerable Populations

Your Success is Our Mission

Become a leader in your community and field with the CSWE-accredited online Master of Social Work from Campbellsville University Online. You can develop a deeper understanding of social work with a trauma-informed curriculum grounded in human development, cultural competencies and psychopathology. After graduation, you’ll have the expertise and skills needed to expand your practice and help people in need.

We offer MSW programs for students with varying educational backgrounds. Students with a bachelor’s degree in social work from a CSWE-accredited institution can save time by joining our Advanced Standing program. We also offer a traditional program for students with bachelor’s degrees in other fields.

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 classes

Finish in 9 to 24 Months

8-Week Courses

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Developed for Your Professional Success

Our online MSW curriculum instills skills for general social work practice with individuals, families, communities and groups. You will also take classes focusing on addressing societal changes, influences and trends. We designed the program in a flexible format that fits your life and work commitments while providing opportunities to learn from expert practitioners who incorporate their valuable experience into each class. The study topics include:

Advanced Practice with Children and Families

Focus on the theories, methods and techniques of intervention when working with children and families.

World Problems & Advocacy

Prepare to assess global problems and examine dimensions of globalization, including global concerns within the social welfare arena.


Learn about mental disorders prevalent in inpatient and outpatient settings, along with the likely etiology to cause each of these disorders.

Leadership and Supervision in Social Work

Get an overview of practice models and skills used in social work supervision, consultation and leadership.

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.

Meet the Demand for Social Work Practitioners

There is a growing need for practitioners who can support people with mental health and substance abuse challenges. By seeking your MSW online with Campbellsville, you can qualify for positions projected to rise 9% from 2021 to 2031.1

Rewarding Social Work Careers

  • Child and Family Social Worker
  • Clinical Social Worker
  • Faith-Based Social Worker
  • Geriatric Social Worker
  • Healthcare Social Worker
  • Mental Health Social Worker
  • Substance Abuse Counselor

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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SACSCOC Accreditation

Campbellsville University is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) to award certificates, associate, bachelor’s and master’s degrees. Contact the Commission on Colleges at 1865 Southern Lane Decatur, Georgia 30033-4097, or call (404) 679-4500 for questions about the status of Campbellsville University.


  1. U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. “Social Workers: Job Outlook.” Retrieved September 19, 2022, from