Liberal Arts and Social Science programs at
Grand Canyon University
The College of Humanities and Social Sciences' general education curriculum provides the groundwork upon which all Grand Canyon University's undergraduate students' educational experiences are built. Skills in critical thinking, problem solving, integration of faith and discipline, global awareness, effective communication, and servant leadership are introduced and developed through introductory courses in composition, communication and information literacy, philosophy, history, psychology, sociology, mathematics, and science.
GCU also offers several undergraduate and graduate Christian studies degrees. These programs equip learners to lead as Christians in their areas of influence, be they secular, religious, professional or personal. Our Christian Studies degrees focus on biblical and theological knowledge, practical application of that knowledge, and the development of character and integrity in all aspects of life.
B.A. in Christian Studies
B.A. in Communications
B.A. in English Literature
B.A. in History
B.S. in Psychology
B.S. in Sociology
M.A. in Christian Studies: Christian Leadership
M.A. in Christian Studies: Pastoral Ministry
M.A. in Christian Studies: Youth Ministry
M.A. in Christian Studies: Urban Ministry
M.S. in Psychology: General Psychology
M.S. in Psychology: Industrial & Organizational Psychology
Ph.D. in General Psychology with an Emphasis in Cognition and Instruction
Ph.D. in General Psychology with an Emphasis in Industrial and Organizational Psychology
Grand Canyon University has announced that it will reduce tuition costs for online students in the College of Christian Studies by 25% effective July 1, 2012. This will benefit all incoming online students obtaining bachelor’s degrees through GCU’s College of Christian Studies.