Campbellsville University’s online program surpasses 750 students

Campbellsville University’s online program surpasses 750 students

Aug. 25, 2016
For Immediate Release

CAMPBELLSVILLE, Ky. – For the first time in school history, Campbellsville University has surpassed 750 fully-online students.

Dr. Shane Garrison, dean of online education, said, “We have been working very hard to bring excellent academic programs online, knowing that these programs have the potential to change lives forever.”

Garrison said, “The 21st century world radically changed as a result of the information age and the advent of the internet. The explosion of online education is a prime example of this shift.

“I am very thankful that Campbellsville University, under the leadership of our president Dr. Michael Carter, as well as others, set a vision early on to embrace online education. They were early adapters to this tidal shift in higher education, which has served us well in growing our online academic programs.

“We are very excited to surpass the 750 mark at Campbellsville University. This important milestone demonstrates that online education is a vital and growing part of campus academic outreach.

“We can see the impact online education will have on the future of Campbellsville University and its mission to bring Christian higher education to all parts of the commonwealth, to all corners of the United States and potentially around the globe.”

Campbellsville University has provided online classes since 2004. The very first fully-online academic program was launched in 2012. Presently, CU offers 28 fully online programs; one Certificate, four Associates, nine bachelors and 14 graduate programs.

Three new graduate online programs are beginning this August. Those are the Master of Science in Information Technology Management, Master of Music in Music Education and Master of Arts in Teaching Speakers of Other Languages.

CU Graduate Education Online Programs ranks 66 out of 192 ranked schools nationwide based on the 2016 rankings released by US News and World Report. CU was second in Kentucky, only behind Western Kentucky University.

CU Master of Business Administration online program is the highest ranked online program in the Commonwealth of Kentucky, coming ahead of WKU and University of the Cumberlands, also in the 2016 rankings.

CU Masters in Management and Leadership online program is the highest ranked online program of its kind in the Commonwealth of Kentucky in 2016.

For more information about academic programs and degrees available through Campbellsville University Online, please go to http://online.campbellsville.edu.

Campbellsville University is a widely acclaimed Kentucky-based Christian university with more than 3,500 students offering over 80 programs of study including 24 master’s degrees, seven postgraduate areas and eight pre-professional programs. The website for complete information is campbellsville.edu.

Download Printable Document