Nestled in the heartland of Kentucky, Campbellsville University’s main campus offers 63 undergraduate programs, 17 masters degrees, eight pre-professional programs, and five post-graduate areas for you to explore. Established in 1906, Campbellsville has been ranked among top universities in the South for 22 consecutive years. Here, students are empowered to reach their goals, and teachers inspire them with Christian values. To achieve this fulfilling vision, we prepare our instructors with an academic framework built on scholarship, service, and Christian fellowship. We invite you to learn more about our post-secondary programs.
In total, Campbellsville’s Kentucky academics span over 80 programs of study. There’s a field for everyone, and that includes accountants, theater performers, educational ministers, and social workers. Find out which associate, bachelor’s, master’s, pre-professional, or graduate program is right for your academic goals.
Colleges & Departments
Carver School of Social Work & Counseling: The Bachelor and Master of Social Work strive to educate students in serving diverse organizations, communities, families, and individuals.
College of Arts & Sciences: Spanning art, the humanities, human performance, computer science, social science, and many other fields, more than 70 percent of professors have terminal degrees.
School of Business and Economics: With 15 undergraduate and two graduate degree programs, the school’s doctoral faculty trains students to become world-renowned leaders and communicators.
School of Education: Our undergraduate and graduate education programs are designed to empower future teachers, so that they can inspire young learners.
School of Music: Committed to bringing the highest-quality music education to Kentucky, the School of Music provides plenty of opportunities for performance and professional training, with a strong academic foundation.
School of Nursing: Campbellsville’s nursing degree and certification programs are dedicated to advancing health through holistic care.
School of Theology: Established in 1998, the School of Theology’s dedicated faculty prepares students to become world-changers for Christ — whether that be in Sports Ministry or Biblical Studies.
Our academic calendar runs from August 1 to July 31, which means school is always in session. Undergraduate programs use the standard 16-week semester schedule, with optional terms in the summer. However, graduate programs vary between semester, trimester, and other individual schedules, depending on the degree. Often, terms are divided into bi-terms, which is half the length of a typical semester. No matter how the academic schedule is constructed, all terms are measured in “semester” credit hours. Visit this page to learn more about current and upcoming academic calendars.
School of Graduate & Professional Studies
With 17 master’s programs, five postgraduate areas, and eight pre-professional degrees, Campbellsville University offers a wealth of options for your post-secondary education. Visit this page for more information about our graduate programs.
General Education Requirements
We believe that a strong liberal arts foundation is at the heart of every quality education, with courses spanning a broad range of subjects. Our general education framework guides undeclared students on a path towards academic fulfillment, while also rounding out the specialized learner’s curriculum. General education courses are prerequisites for completing particular majors and minors, and these general courses are often designed in sequence. Courses that are listed as both a general education and a core major/minor prerequisite will satisfy both requirements. Visit this page to learn more about the general education curriculum.
Campbellsville University Online
Our virtual programs provide a long-distance alternative to our traditional Kentucky academics. Continuing learners with work commitments, family responsibilities, or aspirations for a new career can take courses at their own pace. Currently, CU Online offers 20 full-fledged degree programs, which include the Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, the RN to BSN degree, and the Master of Theology. Visit this page for the full list of online programs.