The College of Humanities and Social Sciences at Grand Canyon University invites future students to learn about our extensive menu of degree options. It’s our mission to give students the tools and resources they need to experience academic, personal and spiritual growth.
Grand Canyon University includes undergraduate and graduate programs. In our College of Humanities and Social Sciences, you can choose from a wide assortment of Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science degrees. Many of these establish a solid foundation for building a service-oriented career, including the following:
- B.A. in History for Secondary Education
- B.S. in Behavioral Health Science
- B.S. in Behavioral Health Science with an Emphasis in Childhood and Adolescence Disorders
- B.S. in Behavioral Health Science with an Emphasis in Family Dynamics
- B.S. in Behavioral Health Science with an Emphasis in Trauma
- B.S. in Counseling with an Emphasis in Addiction, Chemical Dependency, and Substance Abuse
- B.S. in Sociology
- B.S. in Sociology with an Emphasis in Social Work
- B.S. in Psychology
These are just a few examples. You could also choose to major in communications, English, government, Spanish, justice studies or mathematics for future secondary educators.
Earning your master’s degree is an excellent way to demonstrate a high level of competency in your chosen field. A graduate degree opens doors and gives you the opportunity to enhance your skills and develop new ones. At Grand Canyon University, you could choose to enroll in any of these master’s degree programs:
- Master of Arts in Communication
- Master of Arts in English
- Master of Arts in History
- Master of Public Administration
- Master of Science in Addiction Counseling
- Master of Science in Christian Counseling
- Master of Science in Criminal Justice
- Master of Science in Mathematics
- Master of Science in Mental Health and Wellness
- Master of Science in Professional Counseling
- Master of Science in Psychology
- Master of Science in Sociology
Many of these advanced degree programs offer specialization options. For instance, if you decide to pursue an M.S. in psychology, you could choose to specialize in forensic psychology, health psychology, life coaching, or industrial and organizational psychology. Whichever path you choose, you’ll graduate with the capacity to truly make a difference in the lives of people you work with.
Our College of Humanities and Social Sciences is pleased to offer graduate certificate programs for individuals who are interested in advancing their education, but aren’t quite ready to tackle a master’s degree. Graduate certificate programs are available in several psychology specializations, as well as mental health and wellness with an emphasis in community mental health administration. If you’ve already earned your master’s degree, consider expanding your knowledge with a Post-Master of Science in Counseling Certificate.
The educators and support staff at Grand Canyon University look forward to meeting you and helping you reach your academic and professional goals. Click on the Request More Information button at the top of the website to learn about applying to our College of Humanities and Social Sciences.
About College of Humanities and Social Sciences
As the title of our blog suggests, these posts by College of Humanities and Social Sciences (CHSS) faculty and special guests will engage, inform and challenge you in a myriad of ways. The posts reflect the diversity of our programs of study: degrees that are traditional (history), current (justice studies and communications), academic (English literature) and career-oriented (psychology, counseling, criminal justice and government). Here, there is something for everyone.