The GCU Blogs Network is home to Letters, Numbers, Minds & Voices, presented by the College of Humanities and Social Sciences. These blogs cover a wide variety of topics, from the GCU men’s basketball team rising to the top to career opportunities for communication majors. In case you missed them, here are some of our readers’ favorite blog posts in spring 2016:
Are you a Lopes fan? Since entering NCAA Division I, the GCU men’s basketball team has found great success. Be sure to check out this post to learn more about the excitement surrounding the men’s basketball at GCU.
Whether you are interested in earning your bachelor’s degree in psychology or furthering your education by earning a counseling degree, you may be wondering what careers will available to you upon graduation. This post explores some of the many opportunities available to psychology and counseling majors.
A certificate of completion can provide you with the additional education needed to pursue your dream job. This post explains what a certificate of completion program is like and how to determine if enrolling in one is right for you.
Amend the Constitution to Save It!
Did you know that 65 percent of U.S. citizens cannot answer basic questions about our democracy? In this blog post, Dr. Sherman Elliot, dean of the College of Humanities and Social Sciences, discusses the lack of education children receive about our country and how we can change this.
Communication is a valuable skill that relates to all aspects of life. With the wide variety of career paths available to communication majors, many wonder what options are available to them once they graduate. This post explores several different career paths communication majors can take after they graduate.
Want to learn more about majors and degree programs offered through GCU’s College of Humanities and Social Sciences? Visit the GCU website today!
Written by Lauren Abraham, a senior earning a communication degree from 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.