Business and Management Articles
Colorado Technical University’s business and management articles aim to provide information that could help you make more informed choices about your academic future. Would you like to learn about the differences between accounting and finance? Are you wondering whether earning a business administration degree could be beneficial as you pursue your desired career path, or whether MBA programs only accept those who were undergraduate business majors? We have business management articles to cover that. Need more information about what to expect in the classroom before deciding whether a concentration in marketing is right for you, or want to know what skills and personal characteristics marketers may need for the business field? Or are you just looking for more information on business and management in general? We have business articles relating to those topics, too—and more.
The business and management area of study encompasses a number of different concentrations, but all programs are designed to help students acquire foundational knowledge to pursue a variety of careers in business. With employment of management occupations projected to grow 7 percent from 2018 to 2028 (faster than the average for all occupations),1 pursuing an on-campus or online business degree might seem appealing. However, because there are so many possibilities within this area of study and because careers in management and business can include a broad range of roles and responsibilities in the real world, choosing what business degree program or concentration to pursue may also feel a bit overwhelming. Our business management articles could help you make more sense of it all.
Our Business and Management Degree Programs
With options to study accounting, psychology, business administration, and management, there are numerous opportunities to find a business degree program that aligns with your interests and goals.
Colorado Technical University’s College of Business and Management offers degree programs at the associate, bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral levels, and many of our business degree programs are programmatically accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP).
Benefits of a CTU Education
We understand that busy adults need to make the most of their time, and so we offer ways to make your educational experience more focused and efficient—for example, business majors pursuing an associate or bachelor’s degree have the option to take CTU Fast Track™ exams, which are a series of mini-modules designed to test students’ knowledge of key course objectives and which make it possible to earn college credit for what you already know.2 What’s more, our proprietary intellipath® technology can provide a more personalized learning experience by recognizing what you already know and adjusting your coursework accordingly.3 And CTU Mobile makes it possible to access your courses, assignments, academic progress, and more, wherever you have an Internet connection.
After you’ve had a chance to check out our business articles, learn more about our degree programs in business administration and management.
1. Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, “Management Occupations,” available at https://www.bls.gov/ooh/management/home.htm (last visited February 24April 7, 2020). Conditions in your area may vary.
2. The ability to reduce time in school and/or reduce tuition depends on the number of CTU Fast Track™ exams successfully passed. Fast Track program credits are unlikely to transfer. Not all programs are eligible for possible reduction in time and money. Courses eligible subject to change.
3. intellipath® is not available for all courses.
CTU cannot guarantee employment, salary, or career advancement. Not all programs are available to residents of all states.