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When it comes to having a fulfilling career that makes an impact on society, few fields reach the level that law and law enforcement do. If you’re considering a career in this area, then Grand Canyon University’s Bachelor of Science in Justice Studies can put you on the right path. The following are some of the core courses that students complete while earning this degree:

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A marriage and family therapist counsels families and couples regarding issues that affect their personal relationships. In this profession, there is a broad range of issues that a marriage and family therapist may encounter, such as infidelity, substance abuse and depression. While counseling their patients, these professionals can improve relationships and change lives.

Grand Canyon University’s Master of Science in Professional Counseling with an Emphasis in Marriage and Family Therapy program is designed for students who wish to become professional counselors. Keep reading to learn how earning this degree can prepare you to become a marriage and family therapist:

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Grand Canyon University’s Master of Science in Professional Counseling with an Emphasis in Trauma is designed to transform students into professional counselors who have the training and knowledge necessary to assess and treat trauma-related disorders. This degree in trauma counseling is offered by the College of Humanities and Social Sciences and encompasses the fundamentals of diagnosing and treating interpersonal violence; a range of anxiety and stress disorders; community and global crisis; and the effects of trauma.

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Like with many other fields, law and law enforcement continue to evolve along with changes in society and technology. Grand Canyon University’s Bachelor of Science in Justice Studies is designed to prepare students to enter these fields by exploring the foundations of America’s legal system, covering the analytics and technology that are defining the future of law and examining contemporary components of the criminal justice system and civil law. If you’re wondering where a career in law or law enforcement can take you, then continue reading to learn about potential options for graduates of GCU’s BS in Justice Studies:

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Grand Canyon University’s Master of Science in Professional Counseling with an Emphasis in Trauma is designed for learners who wish to pursue a professional counseling career and specialize in trauma-related issues. Some of the concentrations of this course of study include diagnosing and treating anxiety and stress disorders, interpersonal violence and the effects of trauma. Keep reading to learn if this MS in professional counseling in trauma could be right for you:

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