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3300 W Camelback Rd 
Phoenix AZ 85017 

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Bachelor of Science in Applied Technology (Online)

Grand Canyon University’s Bachelor of Science in Applied Technology degree focuses on problem-solving using technology with hands-on activities designed to provide students technical experience required in the workplace. Throughout this program, students take courses in networking, security, database systems and information technology process management.

The curriculum for this program includes intensive, project-based courses that help students develop skills in project management and communication within the profession. This program aligns with GCU’s Christian mission, aiming to develop graduates committed to upholding ethical and moral principles within the field of technology.

GCU’s BS in Applied Technology was created by the College of Science, Engineering and Technology to strengthen students’ understanding of information technology. In this program, students examine the design, development, implementation and maintenance of relational database structures. In addition, students learn about the changing modes of communication and recognize the advances in digital communications. Students gain practical experience in developing and supporting a thesis or position in written, oral and visual presentations. Throughout the program, there is a focus on the interpersonal skills and communication strategies and techniques required for success in diverse organizations, enabling students to gain a basic understanding of how cybersecurity threats impact society and more.

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