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The Insider’s Guide to LinkedIn with John Hill

LinkedIn’s Higher Education Evangelist John Hill offers professional networking tips to CTU graduates.

Tips For Entrepreneurs

University Dean of Business & Management, Dr. Emad Rahim, offers tips and advice for aspiring entrepreneurs.

How to “Lead from the Heart” with Mark Crowley

“Lead from the Heart” author Mark Crowley shares additional leadership insights with CTU graduates.

Accreditation: One More Reason You Can Count on a Quality Education at CTU

Last October, CTU received its reaffirmation of accreditation, continuing its promise to deliver quality education to career-motivated students.

Why You Should Care About Accreditation

Not all universities are the same, and one differentiating factor is accreditation. Understand what it is and how it affects you.

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