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A Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice and You

If you want to help others, enforce the law, or solve crimes, a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice degree may help you move closer to your goal. If you are seeking to enter a field such as law enforcement, security or corrections a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice may provide you with the foundational knowledge that's required to get started.

World Health Day: Dr. Ruth Tarantine Discusses Diabetes

Held April 7th of every year, World Health Day covers a specific topic that’s affecting health world-wide. 2016’s theme is Beat Diabetes. Ruth Tarantine, CTU’s Dean of Nursing, discusses the major impact diabetes has on global health and stresses the important role that nurses can play in preventing and controlling the disease.

A Few Words from CTU Student Senate President R. Abel Martinez

My title may be “Colorado Technical University Student Senate President,” but I see myself as more of a conductor. A conductor of people who make good things happen across campus and beyond—and I’m really stoked to lead the way.

CTU Now Accepting 2017 Wounded Warrior Scholarship Applications

For the eighth year in a row, Colorado Technical University offers full-tuition education scholarships to wounded active duty service members and veterans. Spouses and caregivers of wounded service members are eligible to apply as well. Learn more and how to apply.

10 Inspirational Quotes for Nurses

As a nurse, you offer plenty of inspiration to those around you – from patients to colleagues and beyond. But what inspires you? If you’re hunting for a little positive motivation, we have 10 quotes for nurses that might be just what you need.

Discover CTU’s Military and Veteran Resource Community

Colorado Technical University is proud of our deep relationship with active members of the military and veterans. From the time they begin their education through to their post-service careers, CTU supports members of the military, veterans, spouses, and caregivers in achieving their educational and professional goals.

How to Approach an Employment Gap

Have you been out of the workforce for a while? If it is time to reenter the workforce, you may feel like you’re entering unfamiliar territory. In this post, we’ll discuss ways to stand out in a competitive job market, as well as how to address any time off in between jobs. Before you hit the ground running with your job search, here are some tips to help prepare.

MBA vs. Master of Science: 5 Questions to Ask Before You Enroll

MBA vs. Master of Science
Choosing between an MBA and an M.S. degree can be tough, but when you ask the right...

How to Become a Software Engineer: What You Need to Know

With so much of today's business landscape relying more and more on technology, software engineers have become highly sought-after positions. The Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates that software developer jobs will grow by 17% through 2024 (much faster than the national average).1 We've broken down a few tips on how to become a software engineer below.

9 Tools Every Nurse Needs

Being a great nurse is about more than stethoscopes, blood pressure cuffs, and a pair of comfortable shoes; in addition to those tangible tools, a nurse needs to be equipped with the right tools for success.

We’ve highlighted 9 emotional assets to add to their tool box. Learn more about CTU’s dedication to the continued success of nurses.

5 Fast-Growing Healthcare Management Jobs

Healthcare service and administration is a fast-growing field, with the Bureau of Labor Statistics projecting 17% growth in healthcare management jobs through 2024 (an increase of 56,300 positions).1 As a fairly open field, those who choose to pursue a healthcare administration job may have the opportunity to work with hospitals, doctors' offices, nursing homes, public health departments, and even universities and research centers.

CTU Offers New Possibilities at Gazette Spring Job Fair

CTU Colorado Springs to be among many options job-seeking professionals will find at The Gazette’s 2016 Spring Job Fair at The Antlers, March 23, 2016.

5 Transition Tips for Life After Military Service

If your military service is winding down, you’ve likely started thinking about the upcoming transition to civilian life. What will it be like? Will you have a new career? How can you best utilize the skills you learned in the military in your everyday life? These are all complex challenges, but ones that you can meet and exceed with the right preparation. Here, we’ll illustrate some key tips for life after military service.

CTU Aurora Offers Resume and Cover Letter Workshop

Learn great tips and tricks on to help make your résumé and cover letter effective and stand out in this competitive job market. Be sure to bring your résumé to this interactive workshop and use what you learn to your advantage.

A Teacher First: A Conversation with Dr. Richard Fairley

Every year, the Nancy Mead Award for Excellence in Software Engineering Education is given to one teacher who has demonstrated a history of achievement in the field. CTU is proud to announce that one of our faculty members, Dr. Richard Fairley, will be receiving the honor for 2016.