Earn your Bachelor's in Education Degree at Grand Canyon University
Have you considered entering the rewarding field of education?
The first step to becoming a teacher is to earn a bachelor's in education degree. Graduates from Grand Canyon University's bachelor's in education program are prepared to sit for their teaching licensure exam and become teachers in public, private and charter schools.
Founded in 1949, Grand Canyon University has a history of preparing students to become knowledgeable, caring and skilled teachers, able to effectively manage diverse classrooms. Our bachelor's in education program offers four specializations including early childhood education, elementary education,secondary education and special education that may be completed online or at our traditional campus in Phoenix, Arizona.
The College of Education has an outstanding reputation and is proud to have 52 graduates named Teacher of the Year, as well as a number of students recognized by the Rodel Foundation of Arizona.
Aligned to National Standards
The primary goal of GCU's College of Education is to produce highly-effective teachers who have the knowledge, skills and dispositions to stimulate change in their students, schools and communities. The College of Education curriculum is aligned to the principles of the Interstate New Teacher Assessment and Support Consortium, as well as the standards of various specialized professional associations such as the: