Prepare for an In-Demand Career with GCU’s Online Degree Programs

Grand Canyon University's (GCU) online degree programs in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) fields prepare students to pursue a career in a growing and dynamic field. Offered by the College of Science, Engineering and Technology, these programs provide convenience for working professionals and are transfer-friendly to help those with an associate degree or other college credits earn their degree and take their career to the next level.

If you are considering a bachelor's degree in a technology field, consider our Bachelor of Science in Computer Programming, Bachelor of Science in Information Technology or Bachelor of Science in Information Technology with an Emphasis in Cyber Security. If you are interested in cyber security, but have a bachelor's degree in another field, we are pleased to offer a Bridge (Master of Science in Cyber Security) to help you prepare for our Master of Science in Cyber Security. We also offer programs in biology and chemistry with an emphasis in education for those interested in teaching at two- or four-year institutions.

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What are the Benefits of GCU’s Online Degree Programs?

GCU is a leader in delivering online education, with leadership that has more than a decade of experience in helping students find their purpose online. Earning your education online is both flexible and convenient, offering working professionals a way to balance work, school and personal life.

At GCU, you take just one course at a time while earning your degree from our regionally accredited institution, which is backed by the legacy and tradition of our growing main campus in Phoenix. Study with like-minded peers and learn from expert faculty who are committed to your success.

MORE ABOUT ONLINE DEGREES

Computer Programming

The Bachelor of Science in Computer Programming helps you learn and grow your skills in computer programming languages, software development, cloud computing, project management and more. Prepare for an exciting and in-demand career as a computer programmer, web developer or systems analyst by earning this degree. In addition to improving your programming skills, you will also focus on workplace skills including effective communication, teamwork, strong work ethic, critical thinking and self-confidence, all from the lens of our Christian worldview.

Information Technology

If you are looking to enter the fast-growing world of information technology, then consider GCU's transfer-friendly Bachelor of Science in Information Technology. This program emphasizes security and management, platform technologies, cloud computing and programming fundamentals, with a goal of helping you to build a portfolio and acquire skills to prepare you to compete for IT positions. Upon graduation, you will be prepared for a career as an information security specialist, network support specialist, systems programmer or security analyst.

Cyber Security Programs

The Bureau of Labor Statistics projects a 28 percent rise in information security analyst jobs between 2016 and 2026, with a median salary of $92,600 in 2016. That means there has never been a better time than now to explore a degree program in cyber security. Whether you choose our Bachelor of Science in Information Technology with an Emphasis in Cyber Security or our Master of Science in Cyber Security, you will gain skills in cyber defense and cyber operations to help you prepare for a vigorous career protecting computer systems and networks.

STEM Education Masters Programs

Do you want to teach undergraduate courses at a two- or four-year institution? Consider GCU's Master of Science in Biology with an Emphasis in Education or Master of Science in Chemistry with an Emphasis in Education. These online degree programs balance core content with pedagogy and classroom techniques to help you prepare for a career in postsecondary education. Our programs satisfy requirements for ongoing professional development and fulfill graduate course requirements so that you can pursue teaching at the college or university level.