For more than 65 years, Arizona’s premier Christian university, Grand Canyon University, has been providing paths to success for countless learners. One popular degree program, GCU’s Bachelor of Science in Hospitality Management, can prepare you for entry-level positions in the hospitality industry. To get an idea of what it’s like to study in this program, check out this student spotlight on Sarah Mondragon.
The hospitality management program has grown significantly since its inception, and students are provided with many opportunities to learn outside of the classroom with access to the GCU Hotel, GCU Golf Course and restaurants Canyon 49 Grill and The Lope House. Sarah’s professors are professionals in the hospitality industry, which provides her with the comfort of knowing that she’s receiving relevant information in her training. Also, she realizes that people know that you’re prepared for a career in the industry if you’re a graduate of GCU’s hospitality management program.
Sarah feels that this degree program will make her better equipped to handle any situation, as well as more valuable as a potential employee. This fact is particularly true in Phoenix, where there are abundant opportunities in the hospitality industry.
In Sarah’s opinion, the best part of being a student at Grand Canyon University is that she is a part of a community in which everyone supports her and is committed to her success. Also, she loves the focus that the university has on servant leadership and has the rewarding opportunity of serving in the children’s ministry by teaching Sunday school. Finally, Sarah knows that GCU is helping her find her purpose. To view the entire testimonial, watch the video below:
If you’re ready to find your purpose, then look no further than Grand Canyon University. To discover our selection of online, evening and campus programs, please visit our website or click the Request More Information button on this page.
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