Bachelor’s Degrees at GCU

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Begin your journey toward academic and career success with a bachelor’s degree from GCU. Each program is available either on our beautiful central Phoenix campus or online. Some degrees are also offered during the evening so it can fit with your busy schedule. Each bachelor's degree that GCU offers is centered around teaching students to be effective communicators, responsible leaders and critical thinkers. With over 100 bachelor’s degree options to choose from, there is a degree program that is right for you.

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New Undergraduate Student Summer Scholarship
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GCU is offering a $750 scholarship toward tuition for all new bachelor’s program students.1

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Why Choose GCU for Your Bachelor's Degree

Bachelor’s degree options from GCU cover a wide variety of career interests and can help give you a greater quality of life. Explore the many benefits a bachelor’s degree offers as you plan to study on campus or online.

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Studying at GCU means earning a degree that promotes:

GCU has seen immense growth within the last 10 years. Earn your degree and study in one of our new and state-of-the-art laboratories, classrooms and residence halls.

All bachelor’s degrees at GCU allow students the opportunity to build on their networking skills and develop lifelong friendships with peers and career connections with industry professionals.

Earning your bachelor’s degree means a higher chance of career success. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, in 2019, workers age 25 and over with a college degree made more money than high school graduates — about $500 a week more.2


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1MOU 7414: The New Undergraduate Student Summer Scholarship is only valid for those applicants who submit a complete application, meet all requirements for acceptance and start their program in June 2022. If you enroll in a bachelor’s program through any of our prestigious colleges, we will award you a $750 scholarship toward your tuition, which will be applied over your first academic year, as defined in the University Policy Handbook, and cannot be used in conjunction with any other GCU scholarships or awards, except the Persistence Credit, the Lifelong Learning Scholarship or the Military Veteran Tuition Scholarship.

2 Retrieved from U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, Learn More, Earn More: Education Leads to Higher Wages, Lower Unemployment in May 2020.

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