DEGREE: BSBA - Information Technology
STATEMENT: I'M IN AND NOW I’M IN and now I’m achieving my dream.
Describe your educational and professional background.
I thought my education would end after high school. But, as I’ve found, the only way to move forward is to get that education. Beginning in high school, I worked for a company for almost eight years. I continued to work there while I worked toward my associate degree in business administration from CTU starting in 2009 and soon thereafter had a new opportunity with a different company as a project manager. Now I’m a senior IT project manager for US Bank – they saw my commitment to education and have cheered me on as I’ve concurrently pursued my B.S. in business administration from CTU.
How has CTU been part of your educational and professional path?
In May 2012, I will earn my B.S. in business administration. It will be my second CTU degree and will give me the required background to attain and then be a successful senior IT manager, my dream job. After I complete this degree I will move onto completing my M.S.M. with a concentration in IT management starting in August. With a third CTU degree, I will no doubt be able make more dreams come true.
How is your life different now that you've graduated from CTU?
I’d imagine my life will be different, as it has been since I first enrolled at CTU – it’s all about inspiration to get things done. I just want to keep the momentum going and get everything done. Oh, and I’ll start pursuing my Master of Science in Management from CTU starting in August, so educationally I’ll be keeping the momentum going.
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