Discover The CTU Experience
LinkedIn’s Higher Education Evangelist John Hill offers professional networking tips to CTU graduates.
University Dean of Business & Management, Dr. Emad Rahim, offers tips and advice for aspiring entrepreneurs.
“Lead from the Heart” author Mark Crowley shares additional leadership insights with CTU graduates.
Last October, CTU received its reaffirmation of accreditation, continuing its promise to deliver quality education to career-motivated students.
Not all universities are the same, and one differentiating factor is accreditation. Understand what it is and how it affects you.
Active Shooters – The Quiet Threat That Dwells in Your Backyard
Forget terrorism. Today’s biggest threat to homeland security is mentally unstable, completely unpredictable and in our own backyard. Meet the active shooter.
Professional networking can be tough, especially for people who are drained by too much interaction with others. Here’s how to get it done anyway.
Sometimes the career you planned for isn’t the career you end up in. Read how CTU’s University Program Director of Computer Science leveraged opportunities in his career.
Learn how perseverance, shiny shoes and secret sauce led Former Secretary of Education, Margaret Spellings, to career success.
If you’ve neglected your professional network, don’t panic. Here are three simple steps to revive your dormant connections.
If you love crime shows and want to pursue a career in Criminal Justice, it may be time for a reality check.
Professional networking can make a positive difference in your career success, but these two obstacles stop many from realizing that success.
Think you’re the perfect job candidate? Think again. Even superheroes have to change their job-hunting approach.
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