MAJORS AND DEGREE PROGRAMS
The College of Humanities and Social Sciences offers degree programs that promotes interdisciplinary study and research while helping you develop abilities that are valued in many workplaces, such as collaborative and analytical skills.
If you would like to work in a human service career, consider a counseling program, justice studies or a combined emphasis degree program to teach a social sciences discipline in secondary school. If you are interested in serving in a public position, consider degree programs in public administration. If you would like to work in communications, consider earning a communications degree or taking courses in professional writing. Or, study in one of our dynamic history programs and gain hands-on experience with an internship. We offer traditional campus programs, online degree programs and evening classes, allowing you to earn your degree in a way that is convenient for you.
Our vision is to create lifelong learners and evolving thinkers who are prepared by a rigorous educational environment and Christian worldview to combine academic excellence with spiritual purpose.
Featured Degree Programs
Online Counseling Degrees
Grand Canyon University's (GCU) online counseling degrees offer a convenient way to start on a new career path or continue your education as you work toward licensure or certification in your area. Our Christian counseling degree helps you learn how to blend Christian principles with professional counseling practices, while our online addiction counseling degree helps you prepare to work with clients who suffer from substance abuse or dependency disorders. We also offer other emphases, including marriage and family counseling and trauma counseling, to help you expand your knowledge in a particular area. Explore our online counseling degrees to see which ones may be the right fit for you.
Start College Early
GCU's dual enrollment program is an affordable, convenient way for college-bound high school students to prepare for college. While finishing up your final high school year, you can attend college-level courses online. If you are an Arizona resident, you may be able to take college-level classes right in your high school classroom!
GCU's classes are intended for both degree-seeking students and students who want to take single classes. Most bachelor's and master's courses are available as individual courses-and you can take them online.
Gain a competitive advantage in your chosen field by earning a minor along with your traditional degree. The additional coursework can help you build skillsets that add even more value to your education.