Information Technology

Colorado Technical University’s Information Systems and Technology degree programs provide an industry-relevant focus on the needs of employers and experienced professionals seeking additional knowledge. A focus of CTU’s Information Systems & Technology degree programs is to provide an opportunity for critical thinkers to develop their professional skills. We accomplish this by designing a curriculum that can be rigorous and is taught by faculty, many with professional experience in the fields they teach. Students in our information technology programs include established professionals with focused aspirations and goals as well as motivated career switchers and young aspiring technology professionals.

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Welcome Letter
Advisory Board
  • Welcome From the Dean

    Thank you for visiting the Information Technology web pages at Colorado Technical University (CTU). In particular, I would like to extend a warm welcome to prospective Information Technology students, parents and others who have shown an interest in our programs. It is my hope that you will find in CTU Information Technology degree programs that are both challenging and rewarding. CTU has Information Technology degree programs offered online and at our Colorado Springs and Denver campuses.

    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 information technology professions. These degrees are designed by faculty with industry input from our Information Technology Advisory Board, so that knowledge and skills a graduate could obtain are industry relevant. Some leading trends and exciting developments in the information technology field include Bring Your Own Device (BYOD), big data, cybersecurity data, internal security protection, virtualization, cloud computing and much more.

    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 Information Technology 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

  • Advisory Board

    The course content for Colorado Technical University’s Information Systems & Technology degree programs is regularly updated to reflect trends, theories, applications and practices in the field of Information Technology. The advisory board responsible for the quality of these programs is comprised of CIOs and senior-level management professionals at major corporations. The board includes:

    • Dr. Kurt Diesch
    • Prasanna Ramakrishnan

Faculty & Students

Dr. Myles A. Vogel

University Dean, IT, Computer Science and Engineering

Janet Durgin, Ph.D.

Lead Faculty, Information Technology

Imad Al Saeed, DCS

University Program Director of Information System and Technology

Patrick W. Fitzgibbons, Ph.D.

Adjunct Faculty, Information Technology

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