Accredited Online Masters Degree Programs
Grand Canyon University offers Accredited Online Masters Degree Programs. When balancing your busy schedule, attending a classroom can be difficult, so Grand Canyon University has developed Accredited Online Masters Degree Programs to fit your needs. Join thousands of students who attend class online and earn your accredited degree through Grand Canyon University's Accredited Online Masters Degree Programs.
Achieve your professional goals by earning an accredited graduate degree through Grand Canyon University's Accredited Online Masters Degree Programs. All of Grand Canyon University's Accredited Online Masters Degree Programs are designed to help you earn your degree from the comfort of your own home or any computer.
Earn your graduate degree online through Grand Canyon University's Accredited Online Masters Degree Programs, which offer flexible learning formats that fit the needs of any lifestyle. Whether you are looking to advance your career or start a new one, Grand Canyon University's Accredited Online Masters Degree Programs will work for you.
The outstanding, experienced and certified professors and online classrooms of Grand Canyon University and its Accredited Online Masters Degree Programs will contribute to a more positive environment while you to earn your graduate degree.
A Woman's Work Is Never Done: Hats Off To Nurses
While growing up, many young people are told that they should either be a
nurse or a teacher, and if you were a girl they said, "when you get older-
a woman's work is never done".
Grand Canyon University of Phoenix, Arizona, offers online Masters Degrees in education.
t's not just graduates of Grand Canyon University's College of Education who enroll in our online masters degree programs. Our students live in many states, come from several different undergraduate programs, and hold a wide variety of teaching and administrative positions.
Online Degrees Gain Favor
Online credentials are being generally accepted by employers as they are
being forced to broaden their views because more people are earning degrees
over the Internet. One nationwide survey estimates that 61% of employers find
online degrees up to standard, but not as credible as traditional degrees.
The question was posed to 239 employers of all sizes about their viewpoints
and observations toward online degrees. In spite of the feelings of some,
26% of employers find online bachelor's degrees as credible as offline ones.
Only 13% say online degrees are entirely objectionable. Fascinatingly, employers
seem more open-minded of online graduate degrees, with 37% saying they are
as reliable and credible as traditional graduate degrees.