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Do you feel called to serve others by pursuing a career in a human services profession? If so, then you may benefit from earning Grand Canyon University’s Bachelor Science in Sociology with an Emphasis in Social Work degree. This program is offered by the College of Humanities and Social Sciences and is based upon the 10 core competencies outlined by the Council on Social Work Education. Read on for insight into what you will learn by earning this social work degree:

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Does the idea of studying human behavior and helping others improve their quality of life interest you? If so, then a degree in behavioral health may put you on a path to a career that you’ll love. Grand Canyon University’s Bachelor of Science in Behavioral Health Science is for students who wish to gain a broad perspective on different areas in the field of behavioral health. Continue reading to learn more about how this program can prepare you for a rewarding career in behavioral health:

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The Bureau of Labor Statistics projects that the employment of substance abuse, behavioral disorder and mental health counselors will grow by an impressive 20% between 2016 and 2026, which is much faster than the average for all professions. If you have a passion for serving and helping others and want a career with a healthy job outlook, then counseling may be the right path for you.

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Grand Canyon University’s Bachelor of Arts in Spanish program provides students with a career-focused curriculum and is designed for native or non-native Spanish speakers. This degree is offered by the College of Humanities and Social Sciences and focuses on basic language and conversational skills; speaking and writing abilities; and the use of language conversationally and to understand cultural differences. If you are wondering if you would enjoy earning the BA in Spanish, then watch for these signs:

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By Jessalyn Johnson

English Major, College of Humanities and Social Sciences

GCU’s Speech and Debate Team is continuing to show its strengths, starting the 2017-18 academic year with a strong finish in their first tournament. The team came home from the Aztec Invitational with a top 8 finish. Under the leadership of new coach Michael Dvorak, the team is looking toward another successful season.

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Grand Canyon University’s Bachelor of Arts in Government degree is offered by the College of Humanities and Social Sciences and has two emphasis areas for students to choose from. If you feel called to study government and pursue a career in law or policy, then keep reading for an introduction to the two emphasis areas of our Bachelor of Arts in Government program.

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Grand Canyon University offers a variety of online counseling degrees to help learners find their purpose as counseling professionals. If you already know that a career in counseling is the right path for you, but you aren’t sure which type of counseling you would like to practice, then read on to learn about some of the online graduate degrees in counseling, including emphasis areas, offered at GCU:

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Grand Canyon University’s Master of Science in Professional Counseling is offered by the College of Humanities and Social Sciences and designed for professionals who wish to improve their ability to help individuals who struggle with mental and emotional health disorders. While the requirements for licensing vary by state, a master’s degree in counseling is usually necessary if you plan to become a licensed counselor. After completing this program’s coursework, you may be ready to meet the requirements for becoming a licensed associate counselor (LAC) or licensed professional counselor (LPC) in Arizona. Read on to learn about GCU’s MS in Professional Counseling degree:

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