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Looking to make sure your online nursing program is from an accredited university? Every college student deserves a high-quality education and confidence in their degree. Grand Canyon University holds regional, college and program-specific accreditations for its programs, including its online nursing programs. If you are interested in earning your nursing degree online, look to GCU. Learn more about our nursing program accreditation:

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What Makes GCU’s College of Science, Engineering and Technology Different

Technology is a key part of any business – and this dependence on technology is expected to be a key economic driver across all industries in the U.S. The jobs of tomorrow have yet to be conceived, though the skillset required to flourish in this unknown environment exists today.

Grand Canyon University has responded to the demand for these specialized skills with degree programs from the College of Science, Engineering and Technology that prepare people to work and advance in the technology field. Our goal is to create programs that are not focused on the way things have been done in the past. We instead formed our programs by incorporating the perspectives of key industry leaders.

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By Lauren Abraham
Communications Major, College of Humanities and Social Sciences

“…so that you may live a life worthy of the Lord and please him in every way: bearing fruit in every good work, growing in knowledge of God, being strengthened with all power according to his glorious might so that you may have great endurance and patience.” (Colossians 1:10-11)

Do you consider yourself to be patient? Our daily lives require us to exercise patience, whether the issues we face are small or big. Receiving a bad grade, dealing with a difficult co-worker, experiencing conflict with a friend or getting sick are all situations that require us to be patient, and it is often easier said than done.

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By Dorina Miron, PhD
Doctoral Research Specialist, College of Doctoral Studies

The time and money you invest during your doctoral journey do not directly get you a more rewarding job. You will have to demonstrate doctoral-level expertise in order to advance your career to higher levels of responsibility and satisfaction.

Very briefly, as a doctor, you will be able to research a problem and develop research-based avenues to mitigate or resolve that problem. We live in a data-driven economy, where decisions are made on the basis of scientifically (i.e., systematically) collected and processed information.

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By Lauren Abraham
Communications Major, College of Humanities and Social Sciences

Grand Canyon University proudly serves military service members, veterans, Department of Defense personnel and their dependents. In addition to providing flexible options to earn a college degree, GCU also aims to make earning a private, Christian education affordable. Continue reading to learn how GCU is affordable for military members:

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By Todd Forrest
Faculty, College of Theology

There are times in life when we seem to be unraveling at the edges. Overwhelmed with issues of our day, we feel like the rug of life has just been ripped from beneath us. Well, there is a way we can hold it together. In Colossians 1:17 it states, “He is before all things, and in him all things hold together. “ (NIV) This makes a clear distinction of the activity of Jesus Christ. Not just on the Earth, but in our daily lives. Jesus not only created the world, but he also sustains every aspect of it and he will guide your purpose, destiny and present struggles. He will help you to hold it together.

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By Gabriela Marrama
Advertising and Public Relations Major, Honors College

Every spring, the Honors College hosts an annual symposium exclusive to honors students. The symposium provides honors students with an opportunity to work with fellow honors students and a faculty member toward a common project, with the chance to earn scholarship money. To start out, freshman honors students cover the topic ethics and global impact followed by service sophomore year, leadership junior year and finally research senior year.

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By Kelly Damron, CPA, MBA
Assistant Professor, Colangelo College of Business

It is challenging being a professor of a class very few students want to take. Accounting is often intimidating to students because it involves math and unfamiliar terminology. Moreover, accounting can be boring.

To make matters worse, the concepts in accounting are backward from the banking terminology students are familiar with. The term debit, as we know it as consumers, is not technically correct according to the rules of accounting.

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Nurses play a vital role in the healthcare field. They are not only responsible for tending to the needs of patients, but they also assist doctors with important medical work on daily basis. Today, many nurses are choosing to advance their education by earning a bachelor’s degree in nursing (BSN). Choosing to earn a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree online is a great opportunity for nurses to advance their career and experience higher leadership role, more responsibility and a potential salary increase!

So, how many years does it take to become a nurse with a bachelor’s degree? If you want to earn an RN to BSN, how long does it take? Check out the answers to these questions below:

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By Andrea Aldean, PhD
Faculty, College of Humanities and Social Sciences

How powerful is your unconscious mind? Do you think that your unconscious expectations can influence the performance of the people around you? How does this influence your expectations vs. reality?

The answer may surprise you, and, like many influential scientific studies, it starts with rats.

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