Grand Canyon University’s Bachelor of Science in Chemistry for Secondary Education degree program is structured to give future high school and middle school teachers the knowledge that they need to be successful chemistry instructors. If you’re wondering if a career in this teaching field is right for you, then read on to learn several reasons why people choose to be high school and middle school chemistry teachers:
By Judah Esparza
Business Management Major, Colangelo College of Business
The world of business has always been, and will continue to be, one of the most prominent career industries in the world. Companies are craving feedback and reviews of their performance and employees so that they can continue to improve their services and products. This is where business analytics comes into play.
By Brenda L. Thomas
Adjunct Faculty, College of Theology
To begin a discussion about worship, let’s look at the account of Jesus being tempted in the wilderness. (Stay with me; you’ll see where I’m headed.)
Before beginning His public earthly ministry, Jesus was led by the Holy Spirit into the wilderness for 40 days of fasting (Matthew 4; Mark 1; Luke 4). Scripture details three specific temptations by the devil that Jesus faced at that time. One of those temptations involved the devil offering Jesus all the kingdoms of the world if He would worship him.
Finding the right career starts with finding the right education. If you wish to pursue a leadership role in your future career path, then Grand Canyon University’s Master of Science in Leadership program might offer the experience you desire. Find out if you should enroll in this program:
The Master of Science in Addiction Counseling program is offered by Grand Canyon University’s College of Humanities and Social Sciences. This degree is designed for students who want to become an addiction counselor.
Graduates of this program will have the academic foundation needed to begin the process of applying for licensure or certification in their home state. After earning this master’s degree from GCU, you may be prepared to work in settings like private practice, hospitals, substance abuse clinics or your own counseling clinic. Continue reading to learn what to expect from a day in the life of a professional addiction counselor:
Are you ready? Finals are just around the corner! Grand Canyon University students can get ready by checking out our Finals Focus events around campus. The library and Learning Lounge will offer extended hours, and students can participate in a “Mid”-Night Breakfast and Fuel for Finals. In addition to these events, students can get ready by doing the following:
By Breanna Alverson
“He is not here; he has risen, just as he said. Come and see the place where he lay.” (Matthew 28:6)
This is the game changer! The moment that literally divides history between BC and AD. Generations looked forward to this day for centuries, and generations will continue to look back on it until the end of time. It is the moment that changed everything – the moment that confirmed every promise.
It is the resurrection of Jesus Christ!
By Jessalyn Johnson
English Literature Major, College of Humanities and Social Sciences
With Easter just around the corner, it’s a time for new beginnings and making the most out of your time. It’s important to reflect on the things in life that are most important to you and take the initiatives that will lead you to the place in life that you desire to be. At Grand Canyon University, there is an unlimited amount of possibilities for you to discover!
By Jessica Baral
Communications Major, College of Humanities and Social Sciences
This is it, high schoolers. By fall, you will be entering your last year of high school. You will earn that diploma and will be ready to venture onto your next step in the “adulting” process: college. Before you enter your final high school semesters, make the most of those three summer months to help you prepare for your first college semester. Here is a list of activities we suggest to-be high school seniors complete this summer:
By Ilse Kremer, MA, MS
Faculty, College of Science, Engineering and Technology
Introductory Anatomy and Physiology, affectionately known as “A & P,” is rumored to be one of the toughest classes on Grand Canyon University’s campus. I’ve taught this course for over 15 years and in that time, I’ve seen two types of students: those who are actively engaged in class and interact with the material by taking notes and asking questions and those who are just there to collect attendance or participation points. Most of the time, the latter type of student is only halfway listening to a lecture, spending time on Facebook or Twitter, or doing homework for another class. Invariably, the students who pay attention are the ones who score higher on exams and get better grades in the class overall.