Spotlight on the Grantham University Career Services Department

Earning your degree isn’t only about expanding your knowledge: it’s about preparing for a career in your field of interest after graduation. Grantham’s most important mission is student success, and helping students prepare for their next steps after graduation is no exception. The Grantham University Career Services Team is dedicated to supporting students and alumni like you at each step of your career path. From helpful webinars and information sessions to individual assistance and professional development, there is a robust…Read +

Why Earn Your Criminal Justice Degree at Grantham

Have you always wanted to help others and contribute to the betterment of society? Are you a military service member or veteran looking for a natural career transition? Criminal Justice may be the perfect fit, with job opportunities in law enforcement as a police officer, detective and more. At Grantham University, you can earn your Criminal Justice degree entirely online and be prepared to pursue a position that interests you! Our Associate Dean of Liberal Arts, Tina Freestone, is a…Read +

5 In-Demand, Portable Careers for Military Spouses

As a military spouse, you manage a lot of responsibilities and uncertainties. Erratic schedules and PCS mean that your life can change at a moment’s notice. This can make pursuing higher education and a career difficult. Because Grantham University was founded by a veteran — and has since helped countless military families earn their degrees — we understand your specific needs and challenges. Grantham’s more than 50 online programs were designed to be completed anywhere, anytime, and encompass fields that offer…Read +

Discover the Value, Resources in Professional Networking

You’re likely familiar with the old adage “It’s not what you know, but who you know.” In today’s competitive job market, both sentiments are true. Having a quality education, career-ready skills and a strong professional network can make all the difference in your success. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, many employers require postsecondary education to not only advance to higher-level roles, but also for entry-level positions. Once you earn your degree, having a foot in the door can…Read +