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By Jessalyn Johnson
English and Professional Writing Major, College of Humanities and Social Sciences

When choosing a master’s degree in psychology, there are many different directions you can go. With all the emphases Grand Canyon University has to offer, it is important to consider which one is the best fit for you. If you are passionate about human behavior, engineering and technology, the Master of Science in Psychology with an Emphasis in Human Factors Psychology may be a great choice! Continue reading to learn more about this program and all it has to offer:

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By Lauren Abraham
Communications Major, College Humanities and Social Sciences

If you have a passion for helping others, a career in counseling may be a perfect fit. Specifically, becoming a Christian counselor will allow you to integrate Christian principles into professional counseling practices and serve clients who are looking for scripturally based solutions through counseling. If you feel you have been called by God to help others in this way, continue reading to learn about how to become a Christian counselor:

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On Oct. 21, GCU’s nationally ranked Speech and Debate Team represented the current presidential candidates in a mock debate. The event took place in the Ethington Theatre, where students, staff and faculty gathered to watch.

GCU Speech and Debate Team members Thomas Rotering, Jasmin Sharp, Zach Kuykendall and Alaina Owen represented candidates Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton, Gary Johnson and Jill Stein.

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By Jessalyn Johnson
 English and Professional Writing Major, College of Humanities and Social Sciences

If you have a bachelor’s degree in psychology, you may be wondering about the benefits of earning a master’s degree. While there is plenty you can accomplish with a bachelor’s degree, many more opportunities can come your way by earning a Master of Science in Psychology. Continue reading to learn how a master’s degree in psychology can prepare you for success:

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

With a Bachelor of Science in Behavioral Health Science, you can prepare to work in many different settings. The behavioral health field is broad with many subcategories, giving you many options when it comes to your career. Here are just some of the many potential career outcomes with a behavioral health science degree:

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By Jessalyn Johnson
English and Professional Writing Major, College of Humanities and Social Sciences

We communicate with others on a daily basis, but do we actually understand what we are doing? Communication is much more than having a conversation with someone. It is how we go about it that matters.

As human beings, we do not always recognize the inconsistencies in our methods of communication. By taking the time to understand it, even just a small amount more, we can improve the effectiveness and appropriateness of how we communicate. Keep reading to learn more about the power of communication:

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By Jessalyn Johnson
English and Professional Writing Major, College of Humanities and Social Sciences

Politics is one of the most necessary aspects of our modern world. It provides organization and aid where we need it most, and allows citizens to be part of their country’s decision-making process. Those who pursue a degree from Grand Canyon University in government or history may have a desire to one day become a politician, shaping the future to help the next generation prosper.

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By Jessalyn Johnson
English and Professional Writing Major, College of Humanities and Social Sciences

Grand Canyon University’s College of Humanities and Social Sciences offers many programs that will teach you important skills in a wide range of areas. From sociology to mathematics, there is a degree for almost any talent. If you are not sure where you fit or are still trying to decide on a field of study, the College of Humanities and Social Sciences is a great place to begin your journey!

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By Jessalyn Johnson
English and Professional Writing Major, College of Humanities and Social Sciences

Last year, I began my journey as an English literature student at Grand Canyon University. As a writer, I was interested in studying all of the great poets and novelists who came before me. The only thing I knew to expect was a lot of reading – and that I did.

Though I still have a ways to go before I complete my degree, I have learned many valuable things about literature, and hope to put this towards my writing as I transition into GCU’s new degree: English with an emphasis in professional writing.

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By Adriana Carda
 Psychology Major, Honors College

Are you passionate about helping others achieve their goals? Are you organized and motivated, with great communication skills? If so, then life coaching may be the career for you.

By earning your Master of Science in Psychology with an Emphasis in Life Coaching, you can help those who struggle with changes in their life or those who need help keeping their life on track. Continue reading to find out more reasons to earn this degree:

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