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Grand Canyon University

A degree from GCU can arm you with the skills and experience needed to achieve excellence in various education fields. From 2009 – 2020, more than 56,000 traditional and online students graduated from GCU’s College of Education, contributing to help fill the nations and global teacher shortage. Support from expert faculty and practical, real-world experiences from a variety of disciplines specific to your interests will help you in receiving a valuable and fulfilling education.

Some education degrees available utilize a cross-disciplinary approach with other colleges at GCU helping you gain a deeper understanding of your chosen area of study. If you want to become a teacher leader, look through our variety of programs and find the right fit for your needs.

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Program Support

Each student will be assigned a graduation team that consists of the Enrollment counselor, Student service advisor the Teachers education support. the classroom instructor and Technical Support that’s available almost 24 hours seven days a week.

Payment Options

Grand Canyon University offers a variety of payment options. Students could take advantage of financial aid (if they qualify) or our easy payment of one class at a time.  We also offer a payment plan in special circumstances where students are able to make two payments for a class.

Study Materials

Study materials for the programs are embedded in the classroom environment. Additional resources can be found both at the Grand Canyon University’s robust online library and in the student success center.

Program Modality

Grand Canyon University education programs are taught in an asynchronized model i.e. although class activities require a deadline, students have the flexibility of going into the class whenever they want to accomplish the required task.  Classes are typically between six and eight weeks with the recommendation that students do one class at a time.

Learning Methods


Students would respond to discussion questions and engage asynchronously with other students in the classroom in discussing and sharing ideas about the subject matters for the week. This will occur weekly.


Students will complete multiple assignments during the 6-to-8-week period. Wherein with the discussion question, everybody gets to see what everybody else is saying, the assignment is restricted, and responses are individualized such that only the instructor would see the student’s response.


Students will be divided into small groups of three to four students, and the team will work collaboratively to complete an assignment for the class.

The combination of grading from these three learning methods makes up the final grades for the class.



  • Master of Arts (MA) in Communication Education 
  • Master of Arts (MA) in Curriculum and Instruction 
  • Master of Arts (MA) in English Education 
  • Master of Arts (MA) in Higher Education Student Affairs 
  • Master of Arts (MA) in Reading: Secondary Education 
  • Master’s in TESOL 
  • Master’s of Business Administration (MBA) Degree Online 
  • Dual Master’s (MBA/MS) Degree Program in Leadership 
  • Master of Business Administration (MBA) in Leadership 
  • Master’s in Education Leadership (MEd Degree) 
  • Master of Education (MEd) in Elementary Education 
  • Master’s in Secondary Education – Humanities 
  • Master’s in School Counseling – MEd Degree 
  • Master of Science in Accounting (MSA) 
  • Master’s in Clinical Mental Health Counseling Degree 
  • Mental Health and Wellness: Family Dynamics 
  • Master of Science in Psychology with an Emphasis in Human Factors Psychology 
  • Master’s in Sociology (MS) – Education 
  • Master of Social Work