Engineering & Computer Science

CTU's Computer Science degree programs are offered at the Associate, Bachelor’s, Master’s and Doctoral levels, providing an academic continuum to lifelong learners and motivated professionals. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics*, the explosive impact of computers and information technology on our everyday lives has generated a need to design and develop new computer software systems and to incorporate new technologies in a rapidly growing range of applications. The tasks performed by computer scientists evolve quickly, reflecting new areas of specialization or changes in technology, as well as the preferences and practices of employers.

*http://www.bls.gov/ooh/computer-and-information-technology/home.htm

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Advisory Board
  • Welcome From The Dean

    Thank you for visiting the Engineering and Computer Science web pages at Colorado Technical University (CTU). In particular, I would like to extend a warm welcome to prospective engineering and computer science students, parents, and others who have shown an interest in our programs. It is my hope that you will find CTU's engineering and computer science degree programs both challenging and rewarding. These programs are offered primarily at our Colorado Springs campus with some degrees offered in Denver and online.

    Our focus at CTU is on learning, and the staff and faculty are devoted to helping each student achieve his/her program goals leading to opportunities in high-skill engineering and computer science professions. These degrees are designed with industry input from our computer science advisory board, so that the knowledge and skills a graduate could obtain are industry relevant.

    I would like to encourage you to browse our website in more depth – meet the faculty, peruse degree program details and get caught up on what our students and faculty are doing. If you have any questions about our engineering or computer science programs at CTU, please do not hesitate to email me at mvogel@ctuonline.edu. I look forward to meeting you.

    Sincerely,

    Dr. Myles Vogel
    University Dean of IT, CS, and Engineering

  • The goal of the Computer Science Advisory Board is to keep CTU abreast of emerging trends in the educational needs of the industry. Additionally, the advisory board provides guidance on program outcomes, curriculum, labs and program-related technology. Most importantly, CTU's Computer Science Board members take the information they have gathered and ensure that CTU's curricula pertaining to computer science degrees stays industry-current. The board that works to ensure our degrees have quality and current courses includes:

    • Dr. Will Henry
    • William E. Miller
    • Cheng Hsieh
    • Dr. Steven K. Gosnell

Faculty

Dr. Myles A. Vogel

University Dean, IT, Computer Science and Engineering

Bruce Harmon, Ph.D.

University Program Director for Computer Science

D. Brian Letort, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor, Computer Science

Bo I. Sandén, Ph.D.

CTU Faculty, Computer Science

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