Non-Degree Seeking Students
Grow Your Knowledge
If you’re not ready to commit to a full degree program, Colorado Technical University welcomes you to take individual courses to gain the knowledge you may need to move toward your goals. This is your opportunity to experience the CTU difference while furthering your education.
Steps to Apply
Similar to our undergraduate admissions, non-degree seeking students must follow these steps to apply:
- Interview. Connect with an Admissions Advisor, in person or by phone, to reaffirm your decision to take non-degree earning courses at CTU.
- Apply. Submit a completed Colorado Technical University admission application online.
- Submit documentation. Submit valid proof of high school graduation or equivalency documents. Please note, additional documentation may be required depending on the individual courses you select.
Ready to apply? Click here to begin your online application.
|Did You Know?
|CTU offers courses that allow you to work towards earning your Project Management Professional (PMP®) or keeping your credential in good standing.* Learn more on our Project Management Studies page.
|Also, if while taking individual courses, you decide to pursue a degree you can do so. You just need to decide before you complete 25% of the degree you’re interested in earning. Be sure to speak with an Admissions Advisor for details about your specific situation.
Want to Learn More?
Fill out a brief form and an admission advisor will contact you within the next day.
You may also reach out to the location where you would like to enroll:
Online Degree Programs: 1.800.416.8904 ext 38410
Colorado Springs: 719.598.0200
Aurora (outside Denver): 303.632.2300
*CTU does not prepare students to take the test necessary to receive their PMP® credential. CTU does not guarantee third-party certifications. Certification requirements for taking and passing certification examinations are not controlled by CTU but by outside agencies and are subject to change by the agencies without notice to CTU. Therefore, CTU cannot guarantee that graduates will be eligible to take certification examinations, regardless of their eligibility status upon enrollment.