Invest in yourself with an Online Associate Degree
An online associate degree from Colorado Technical University is structured to help you develop a solid understanding of the basic skills required in your chosen field. It’s a great way to position yourself to pursue the next step at your job or even explore a new career direction. You’ll have the opportunity to establish core competencies in communications and math that are designed to be applicable to your degree. Better yet, an online associate degree program is designed to let you do all of this from the convenience of your home so it should be less of a disruption to your work and personal life.
The faculty at CTU know the trends and the skills required to be effective in their area of experience. And, even though you’re taking classes online, you’ll get the opportunity to virtually meet, interact and network with other like-minded students.
CTU offers a number of online associate degree programs in a variety of fields. Find the one that fits your game plan and turn your ambitions into action.
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Financial assistance may be available
When you earn an online associate degree, you’re making an investment in yourself. That’s why CTU is committed to helping students with financial assistance. We participate in a number of federal and state programs designed to assist you with planning for the cost of your education. CTU also offers grants and scholarships and corporate alliance grants.
Apply previous learnings to your online associate degree
Sometimes, our online associate degree program students already have knowledge about their field of study. They’ve typically gained it through hands-on experience. So we provide options that may help you apply that prior knowledge toward your coursework. CTU’s robust prior learning assessments are designed to help you discover these opportunities and potentially save time and money by earning college credits for what you already know.
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