An Education that Keeps Pace with the Real World


Dr. Nadav Morag – University Dean of Security Studies

CTU as an institution is very nimble. Very very focused on the development of the various academic fields.

Dr. Connie Johnson – University Provost

We’re constantly reviewing our curriculum.

Dr. Emad Rahim – CTU Business Alum and Real-World Faculty Member

The curriculum was designed by subject matter experts. These people are currently in the business field. They are leaders, they are executives, they are entrepreneurs.

Dr. Nadav Morag – University Dean of Security Studies

We really keep our ear to the ground so we try to see how the fields are developing.

Dr. Connie Johnson – University Provost

Keeping track of trends in the workplace and trends in society to ensure that we’re bringing that information into our curriculum. And maintaining quality in the curriculum is a very active process for us.

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