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Category: World of Engineering

In the last two years, Grand Canyon University has launched several new STEM programs in fields like engineering, computer science and IT. As part of our commitment to continue to grow the College of Science, Engineering and Technology, we have recently added two new engineering technology degree programs: the Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering Technology and Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering Technology.

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Grand Canyon University’s College of Science, Engineering and Technology offers STEM degrees to help students prepare for a rewarding career in a high-demand field. As part of the initiative to build a competitive workforce, GCU rolled out three engineering degrees to provide a new pathway to success and innovation within the greater Phoenix community.

The biomedical engineering, mechanical engineering and electrical engineering degrees are available to traditional students at GCU’s main campus. Explore the different engineering programs that are now available in Lope Country.

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