Degree Spotlight: MS in Mental Health and Wellness

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Grand Canyon University is proud to offer several master’s degrees for those who desire to go into fields pertaining to human services. The Master of Science in Mental Health and Wellness is a program for students who wish to advance their career in human services, healthcare or education.

The Program at GCU

An MS in Mental Health and Wellness can provide new insight into fields such as psychology, sociology, biology and many others! The program covers graduate-level topics including:

  • Mental health
  • Data collection and analysis
  • Physical, cognitive and personality changes in human development
  • Wellness in community healthcare

These focus areas are emphasized within the degree program, allowing students to have the best understanding possible on anything they might be faced with in the professional world.

Student Focus

The programs at GCU are focused on the students. College of Humanities and Social Sciences faculty and administration are available to assist students throughout the program. Students who are working towards an MS in Mental Health and Wellness are given the option to take courses either online or in the evening, leaving their day schedules free for other responsibilities.

Further Education

Passionate students in this program may choose to go on to study in a doctoral degree program. There are also many career paths available for those who have an interest in this field, and the opportunities are almost endless with further education and qualification. Giving yourself the extra push to achieve the academic and career goals you have set for yourself can be one of the greatest benefits to your future!

Grand Canyon University puts its students first and desires for them to find success in their field. To learn more about online master’s programs in human services, visit our website or click the Request More Information button at the top of this page.

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.

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