An evening or online master’s degree can help you work toward education and career goals while maintaining a sense of balance. Choose from the many master's programs and emphases options, or find a dual master's degree, offered at Grand Canyon University (GCU).
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Pursuing a graduate degree can help promote creativity and innovation in the areas you care about most. In completing your master's program, you are offered:
You may be able to offset tuition costs with a GCU scholarship.View Scholarships
Examples of Master’s Programs at GCU
Students can choose from a variety of graduate degrees and emphasis programs that provide specialized knowledge and skills in fields such as business, psychology and counseling, STEM, nursing and education. Check out some of GCU’s available master’s degrees in these fields.
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Master’s programs are advanced academic degrees that signify mastery in a particular field of study. Take the next step toward educational excellence to further your field skills and position yourself for career possibilities with a master’s degree from GCU.
With a host of options both online and through on-campus evening classes, you can combine your passion with your career through a specialized graduate program. Our master’s programs are designed to equip you with critical thinking, research skills and relevant career skills.
If you are interested in earning an evening or online master’s degree, read through our answers to commonly asked questions to help you get started.
1 Indeed Career Guide (2023, Feb. 16). Top 10 Benefits of Earning a Master’s Degree. Retrieved on July 18, 2023.
2 U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (2022, September 8). Earnings and unemployment rates by educational attainment, 2021. Retrieved on March 9, 2023.
This degree, offered by the College of Education, is a regionally accredited program approved by the State of Arizona. It aligns with the Professional Standards for Educational Leaders (PSEL, 2015) led by the National Policy Board for Educational Administration (NPBEA, 2018).