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RT to congratulate Dr. Qu (center) & Dr. Harmon (center right) of @CTUTech on recent promotions to university dean!

Put your 'likes' together for our newly appointed University Dean for IT and Computer Sciences, Dr. Yanzhen Qu; and University Dean for Engineering and Computer Studies, Dr. Bruce Harmon! Serving for many years as CTU program directors, Dr. Qu’s (center) impressive history of scholarly research and industry experience, combined with Dr. Harmon's (center right) expansive industry relationships and innovative STEM work, will provide critical guidance as we continue to expand industry-relevant IT and CS programs.

What Can You Do With a Public Administration Degree?

Frustrated at work, or in life? Change it! Maybe the first step is signing up for your first online course, or going all the way for your MBA. The future is what you make it.

GI Bill Helps Military Students Earn Degree

CTU is one of the first 44 universities named a National Center of Academic Excellence in Information Assurance and Cyber Defense by the National Security Agency (NSA) and Department of Homeland Security (DHS). Join us in celebrating the news! “This designation is important because it further validates that CTU provides rigorous and industry-relevant education to our students - which provides value to our nation.” said Dr. Bruce Harmon, University Dean for Engineering and Computer Studies.

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