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By Breanna Alverson
Life Leader

“But as for me and my house, we will serve the Lord.” Joshua 24:14-15

I was once told, “Who you are today determines who you will be tomorrow.” While this seems rather obvious, it is much harder to actually grasp. If you want to be a better athlete, you have to decide today to fuel your body right and to get the proper amount of training. If you want to have a deeper relationship with the Lord, you have to decide today to seek Him. So when sitting back and daydreaming about new beginnings and who we want to become, keep in mind that we have much more control than we think!

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Robotic Surgery

From electronic circuits and thermodynamics to mechanical instrumentation and control systems, students in Grand Canyon University’s Bachelor of Science in Engineering with an Emphasis in Robotics program explore a broad range of key concepts in robotics engineering. Upon completion of this rigorous curriculum with a robotic emphasis, graduates are prepared to pursue a successful interdisciplinary career in areas such as nuclear engineering, biotechnology and industrial engineering. To help determine if an engineering degree with an emphasis in robotics is the right path for you, consider the following ways in which these professionals can utilize their computer-aided technology skills:

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Uniquely designed and featuring an interdisciplinary approach, Grand Canyon University’s Master of Arts in Christian Leadership can prepare you to lead in a variety of settings. This program is offered by the Grand Canyon Theological Seminary and readies students professionally, academically and spiritually for 21st century leadership.

While completing this program, you will learn the leadership development practices necessary to guide others in community and church contexts. Furthermore, this curriculum will enhance your administrative knowledge and skills so you can go on to transform your church or community as a more effective leader. Consider the following questions to help determine if you should get a Master of Arts in Christian Leadership:

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Grand Canyon University’s Master of Business Administration (MBA) and Master of Science in Leadership (MSL) dual degree program is available through online and evening classes and can be the perfect fit for working professionals. Offered by the Colangelo College of Business, this MBA-MSL dual degree program can help you take your career to the next level. Earning this degree can prepare you to pursue positions in all types of business, service and government organizations. The following are a few of the career opportunities that leadership MBA graduates might choose to pursue:

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Grand Canyon University’s College of Nursing and Health Care Professions offers the Master of Science in Health Care Administration to prepare students for healthcare management positions by providing them with competencies that relate to the business of healthcare. Graduates of the MS in Health Care Administration are prepared to pursue middle to upper management positions in nonprofit and for-profit organizations. Some examples of settings where healthcare administrators work include health services companies, ambulatory care, clinics and hospitals. The following are a few of the career options for graduates of this program:

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By Dom Pachuilo
Business Management Major, Honors College

“In order to know what you want to do in the future, you must get out there and try as many things as you can. As you experience new things, you will make connections you never imagined and it may open doors to opportunities you never expected.” (GCU Honors Student Kara Morrow)

Grand Canyon University honors student and senior Kara Morrow is an experience enthusiast – and this summer she took the next footstep in furthering her professional career. She has a plethora of avenues to pursue after college and, with this in mind, she went on an adventure to discover her true passion within her field of study as a history major. Her journey began in Minneapolis at the Hennepin History Museum.

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I’ve always wanted to learn how to ride a skateboard. Growing up, a lot of my cousins skateboarded. It was something that seemed incredible to me ever since I saw them riding. Skateboarding was one of those activities that you see an older sibling do and want to try yourself. But they always told you that you were too young. Now older and in college, I decided to learn how to ride.

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