Favorite Blogs of Spring 2016: BrainSTEM

By Jessica Meyer

BrainSTEM favorite blogs of 2016

Read the latest from BrainSTEM, presented by the College of Science, Engineering and Technology! To help you catch up Grand Canyon University’s STEM-related blogs, we complied blogs from BrainSTEM that were popular with readers in spring 2016. Topics include online IT degrees, computer science emphases, new STEM programs and more.

What are the Benefits of Earning an Online IT Degree?

Interested in earning an IT degree, but have a difficult schedule to work around? An online degree could be a perfect fit for you! GCU’s online IT degrees offer several benefits to help you further your education and reach your career goals.

Which Computer Science Emphasis is Right for You?

GCU offers several emphasis areas within the computer science program. The areas of concentration include game and simulation development, big data analytics and business entrepreneurship. Let GCU help you figure out which program would be best for you!

GCU’s New Programs in Engineering Technology

Grand Canyon University has recently added two new engineering technology programs! These exciting and innovative programs have been implemented to better serve the needs and interests of GCU’s students. Find out if the university’s new programs are right for you.

Why am I so Tired? The Science Behind Sleepy Brain

Ilse Kremer, a faculty member in the College of Science, Engineering and Technology, teaches a variety of fascinating topics within her anatomy class! If you have trouble waking up early in the morning, check out this blog that explains the science behind your sleepy brain.

Grand Canyon University offers a variety of STEM degrees to help students pursue their purpose and find a rewarding career. Learn more by visiting our website.

Written by Jessica Meyer, a senior earning a marketing degree at GCU.

The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the author’s and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of Grand Canyon University. Any sources cited were accurate as of the publish date.

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