The College of Science, Engineering and Technology’s science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) curriculum is built upon the collaborative efforts of Grand Canyon University's (GCU) academic experts and industry partners. As a student in our STEM programs, you experience cross-disciplinary exposure, extensive hands-on activities and project-based learning to academically engage you in applying principles to real-world scenarios.
Choose from STEM degrees in engineering, information technology, computer science and biology in four different medical disciplines. Earn an online IT degree, or take engineering classes on our main campus. STEM majors can also choose a combined emphasis degree to teach one of the STEM disciplines at the secondary school level. Internships are available in all STEM programs.
The College of Science, Engineering and Technology is committed to aligning our STEM programs to accreditation standards to help you meet or exceed industry standards.
STEM disciplines have been identified by the U.S. Department of Education as important areas of focus. STEM education emphasizes real-world and interdisciplinary approaches, integrating these subjects in coursework and demonstrating relevance in working environments.
To support student success and our country's initiative to remain globally competitive, the College of Science, Engineering and Technology’s STEM programs help strengthen skillsets that are valued in enterprises. Whether you choose a campus program or one of our degrees online, you are taught in a virtual learning environment that requires you to build your own platform using software and cloud technologies. And, each of our science and technology programs has internships available that will allow you to earn practical work experience.
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CS and IT Degrees
Gain a competitive edge in the workplace with a degree in computer science or information technology. The computer science program helps you prepare for a career analyzing big data, managing STEM professionals or developing gaming software. The IT degree helps you prepare to work with businesses or organizations to improve the efficiency and performance of their enterprise systems.
GCU's science degrees cover a broad range of fields, from forensic science and environmental studies to biology and biochemistry. These degrees get you ready for a rewarding career in your field or help you prepare to apply for a graduate science program to further your education and ultimately pursue the career of your dreams. Find out more about what makes our degrees stand out.
- Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
- Bachelor of Science in Biology for Secondary Education (ITL)
- Bachelor of Science in Biology with an Emphasis in Pre-Medicine
- Bachelor of Science in Biology with an Emphasis in Pre-Pharmacy
- Bachelor of Science in Biology with an Emphasis in Pre-Physical Therapy
- Bachelor of Science in Biology with an Emphasis in Pre-Physician Assistant
- Bachelor of Science in Chemistry
- Bachelor of Science in Chemistry for Secondary Education (ITL)
- Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science
- Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science with an Emphasis in Health Education
- Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science with an Emphasis in Sports Performance
- Bachelor of Science in Forensic Science
- Bachelor of Science in Nutritional Sciences
- Bachelor of Science in Physical Education
- Master of Science in Biology with an Emphasis in Education
- Master of Science in Chemistry with an Emphasis in Education
With curriculum that was designed in collaboration with industry experts, the College of Science, Engineering and Technology’s engineering degree programs prepare you to make a difference in the lives of others by creating, designing and building products to improve quality of life. Discover more about our programs and how they can help you to become a servant leader in your field.
Start College Early
Qualified high school students can get an early start on their college education by being a part of GCU's dual enrollment program while still in high school. Find out more about your opportunities to start earning college credit.
Enhance Job Skills
Augment your STEM degree with individual courses to enhance your job prospects. You can sharpen technology skills or pick up basic engineering principles that can make you more competitive.
Academic minors can help you gain a competitive advantage in your chosen field and enrich your knowledge base. Choose a minor that complements your major, or pursue a passion while earning your degree.