Minor degrees offered by the College of Humanities and Social Sciences at Grand Canyon University can help you build your tangible skills within your discipline and refine your ability to research, read, write and think your way through complex issues. Our minor programs embrace GCU’s Christian heritage, promoting the spirit of servant leadership and creating broad communities within which you may serve.
GCU’s social science and humanities minors blend the study of traditional humanities into a modern context, challenging you to become a deep and critical thinker from topics covering language and communications, government and public administration and psychology and counseling.
These social science minor programs at GCU complement a variety of undergraduate degrees with focuses in mental health, behavioral health, sociology, criminal justice, communications and theology.
GCU’s minor degree programs in government and criminal justice offer students the opportunity to gain specialized knowledge in the areas of public administration, law and justice studies.
Developed for future educators, these humanities and social science minors offer students foundational knowledge and skills in teaching math and history at the elementary and secondary education levels.
Designed for those who want to specialize in family and child services, these social science minors focus on topics related to childhood development, social well-being, family structures and case management.
These humanities minors are designed for those who want to enhance their education through foreign language or cultural studies degree programs.
If your career goals could benefit from specialized knowledge in communications, writing or literature, these GCU humanities minors are worth your consideration.
Find a social science and humanities minor that meets your personal or professional goals. Contact us today to enroll or get answers to remaining questions about choosing your minor.