Bachelor of Social Work Reaffirms Accreditation

The School of Education & Human Sciences earned the national seal of approval for reaffirmation of accreditation with the Bachelor of Social Work.

Back in June, the Council of Social Work Education (CSWE) Commission on Accreditation met to review the report compiled by the Campbell University School of Education & Human Sciences. The Commission of Accreditation (COA) voted to reaffirm accreditation for the Bachelor of Social Work, which extends through February 2031.

CSWE’s vision is “to ensure a well-educated social work profession equipped to promote health, well-being, and justice for all people in a diverse society”.

“I’m proud of the Social Work program at Campbell University and the reaffirmation of accreditation confirms the good work being done by our students and faculty,” said Laura Lunsford, Assistant Dean of Psychology & Social Work.

The Social Work, B.S.W., program includes courses in social work field experience, practice methods, research methods, human behavior, and much more.

“The reaccreditation of our social work program speaks to the hard work our faculty and staff have put into it,” said Al Brant, Dean of the School of Education & Human Sciences. “It validates the quality of the social work education our students are receiving, and it strengthens the whole School of Education & Human Sciences in the process.”