Discover The CTU Experience
Like businesses, good leaders evolve with the times. Do you know how to flip dilemmas and hone your maker instinct? Here’s what you need to know for the future.
Dr. Emad Rahim knew the importance of networking. But at a recent United Nations conference, he learned the importance of developing meaningful relationships.
Heather Thompson didn’t know if she had what it took to earn her doctorate. Despite single parenthood and personal tragedy, she succeeded. And so, she says, can you.
Jane McGonigal and Keith Ferrazzi join the 2014 CTU Presents Lecture Series
Project management skills are in-demand for most any professional role, not just project managers. Discover the 5 most essential skills you need.
Vice President of Academic Affairs Dr. Shana Garrett’s 15 years as an educational leader led her to develop a style she refers to as the “pure heart” approach.
At CTU, we strive to learn from innovators like Wozniak and incorporate his teachings as well as the latest technology developments and achievements into our degree programs.
Humans, it seems, are not so far evolved from cavemen when it comes to landing a job. From fitting in to displaying your advantages, here’s how to find your tribe.
Networking is more than getting desired connections. More importantly, it’s what you give in relationships that count toward your networking success.
John Petrov started college when his life was in full swing, but that didn’t stop him from earning a degree from CTU.
After serving in the Navy for 11 years, Rick Grams obtained a Master of Science degree in Business Management at Colorado Technical University.
CTU Presents Distinguished Lecturer Karen Kocher, Chief Learning Officer at Cigna on March 26, 2014.
Do you have the 10 most-wanted leadership skills? Karen Kocher, Cigna’s chief learning officer, explains how to acquire them.
University students want an experience that inspires them beyond the classroom. See the passion and engagement that CTU faculty bring to the table.
The panel will be discussing current trends in Information Technology and Computer Science. Our alumni and students are invited to learn where the future may lead for the Information Technology industry.
Copyright © 2016 Colorado Technical University (CTU). All rights reserved. No information may be duplicated without CTU's permission. The CTU logo is a registered trademark of Career Education Corporation. CTU cannot guarantee employment or salary. Not all programs are available to residents of all states. Programs vary by location and modality; see catalog for details. Financial aid is available for those who qualify. See the Accreditation & Licensure section for information on the agencies that approve and regulate the school's programs, including relevant complaint procedures here. Find employment rates, financial obligations and other disclosures below.