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Ever thought of studying at an Institution which is a mini city on its own?

Ever thought of studying at an Institution which has four campuses, is synonymous with the word “New”, offers a plethora of undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral degree programs in education, liberal arts, business, science, engineering, math, Christian theology, and health care through its eight colleges? If the answer is affirmative, then your search ends here. Grand Canyon University is the answer to all your needs if you are thinking of pursuing further academics in any of the aforementioned programs.

Grand Canyon University is a not for profit University under the Umbrella of Higher Learning, and its Albuquerque campus offers master's programs in reading and education and a traditional Bachelor's of Science in Nursing degree program. The university operates several other campuses in Arizona. These campuses operated by the College of Nursing and Health Sciences, are located at St. Joseph's Hospital and Medical Center, Banner Boswell Medical Center, and Scottsdale HonorHealth. The university also operates a campus in Tempe, offering various master's programs in education.

It was founded with a view for local Baptists to procure Bachelors’ and Masters’ Degrees without having to move to the other Baptist Colleges in Texas or Oklahoma and has grown over the years into a bustling campus with tens of thousands of students in the various sprawling campuses. Running the show has been the Head of the Board of Trustees Mr. Brian Muller, who, along with his team of esteemed Board Members, has created a hybrid education model that runs on operational efficiency and pecuniary responsibility on its variegated ground and online campuses and has managed to keep the tuition fees frozen for seven years at a stretch.

Life at Grand Canyon University

The word “New”, as mentioned earlier, is synonymous with Grand Canyon University, with construction on a 173,447-square-feet, state-of-the-art engineering building, designed to accommodate the ever increasing number of students with each year that passes by. Off late, there has also been an inception of three new apartment buildings of upperclassmen, and it continues to accommodate the number of growing online students and evening student communities, apart from the Grand Canyon Hotel having been roped in to house the families who come in to visit their wards. And all this comes at affordable rates. The hotel also boasts of the Canyon49 Grill which is a perfect joint to hang out with offerings of sumptuous food, a family like atmosphere with unsurpassed hospitality. One can also browse the offerings at the hotel by navigating to the website www.gcuhotel.com.

What’s in it for students?

Grand Canyon University’s campus history has been that of an ever-evolving campus which keeps growing to see that the needs of students are met in parallel with cultivating an incomparable learning experience. Popularly, the students of Grand Canyon University are called the Lopes, and apart from being offered world class education, students have the luxury of residence halls which have resort style swimming pools. There is also The Grove, which is a community of four suite style residence halls for freshmen. Students also get academic support services like The Learning Lounge, Career Impact Center, experienced student counsellors and lots of other facilities.

Grand Canyon University offers over 200 Bachelor's, Master's and Doctoral Degree programs through its nine colleges.

  • Colangelo College of Business
  • College of Education
  • College of Fine Arts and Production
  • College of Humanities and Social Sciences
  • College of Nursing and Health Care Professions
  • College of Science, Engineering, and Technology
  • College of Theology
  • College of Doctoral Studies
  • GCU Honors College
  • Courses offered

    Grand Canyon University offers every end-to-end courses that students dream of. Courses on offer are varied in fields like Business and Management, Criminal and Political Sciences, Engineering and Technology, Languages, Medical Studies, Nursing, Performing Arts, Psychology and Counseling, Teaching and Administration, Theology and Ministry, and many more. You name it, you get it. One could be a professional looking to enhance their learning in various fields or one could just be out of high school looking to pursue various courses in Majors, Grand Canyon University can quench one’s thirst for knowledge for various types of student communities by offering a variety of college courses. There are individual college courses in Bachelors’ and Masters’ which are comprehensive and are available online.

    Tuition fees

    Traditional On Campus rates

    Tuition Credits 2017-18
    Traditional Undergraduate 1-11 $687.50 per credit
    Traditional Undergraduate 12-18 (block tuition) $8,250 per semester
    Traditional Undergraduate 19+ (semester rate +) $8,250 + $687.50 per credit above 18 credits
    Summer Traditional Undergraduate (Except pre-licensure nursing cohorts)* - $310 per credit

    Online and Evening Student rates

    Undergraduate Tuition 2017-18
    Education Programs $440
    Theology Programs $355
    Applied Business Analytics / Applied Business Information Systems/ Business Information Systems/ Computer Programming / Information Technology Programs $449
    Business Administration with an Emphasis in Business Intelligence $470
    Online and Professional Studies (all programs other than those listed above) $470
    Active Duty and Active Reserve (online and professional studies) $250

    Apart from the course fees mentioned above, Grand Canyon University also offers courses for students in High School and students who are serving in the Military. If one is a High School student, dual enrollment courses allow them the opportunity to earn college credits while still in high school. Dual enrollment courses are four credits, and are USD 210 per course and USD 85 for digital course fee materials which are applicable only for online students. As a military university, Grand Canyon University follows military policies and processes for the military Tuition Assistance (TA) program for eligible members of the Army, Army Reserves, Army National Guard, Navy, Marines, Air Force Air Force Reserves and Coast Guard and offers special military rate per credit to serving personnel and their respective spouses.

    When do classes start at Grand Canyon University?

    Online classes at Grand Canyon University operate on an eight-week calendar, providing flexibility in enrollment times.

    Duration of classes

    Bachelors’ Degree : 5 week programs
    Masters’ Degree : 6 week programs

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