At Grand Canyon University, the Master of Science in Mental Health and Wellness gives students the opportunity to develop expertise in biological, social, cultural and spiritual factors that impact mental wellbeing. This degree path does not lead to licensure, but places students on track for broad integration of mental health concepts into their chosen field. Utilize this strong foundation to deliver ethical and culturally-competent support for individuals, organizations and communities.
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- Bachelor's degree with a GPA of 2.8 or better
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