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Classes start June 13, 2023 *
*Start dates may vary by program and location.
Degrees at CTU’s Denver South Campus
CTU Denver South, located in the southeast Denver area, offers both on-campus and online courses, giving busy adults and working professionals the academic flexibility they may need. Whether you want to pursue a bachelor’s degree or are returning to school to attend a graduate program, we offer many different educational paths and learning options.
At CTU Denver South, you can choose from over 20 degree programs and concentrations, each of which are designed to provide you with opportunities to accelerate your learning, interact with faculty and mentors, and discover how you can build your education. You may also be able to earn college credit for your qualifying work and military experience*, allowing you to jumpstart your degree and bypass course material you already know.
Blended Class Options
CTU’s Bachelor of Science in Computer Science degree program is offered on-campus and online.
The demand for software developers (applications and systems) professionals is growing due to a large demand for computer software.1 In addition to building a foundation in the theories and skills associated with these new technologies, CTU’s Computer Science degree programs are designed to provide you with the opportunity to study computer programming languages and work to develop your skill sets in computer networking systems, software engineering, systems security and project management.
CTU’s Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice degree program is offered on-campus and online.
Students in our Criminal Justice degree programs have the opportunity to develop core skills in the areas of administration of justice, corrections, law adjudication, criminological theory, and law enforcement. In addition to general core Criminal Justice classes, students may choose to focus their study in one of three areas of concentration: Forensic Investigation, General and Human Services.
CTU’s Bachelor of Science in Business Administration degree program is offered on-campus and online.
Our Business Administration degree programs are designed to teach students how to create organizational value in complex public, private and non-profit organizations. As a business student, you can study how businesses operate effectively and have the opportunity to build skill sets in fundamental business functions such as General Business Administration, Finance, Marketing, Project Management, Information Technology, Human Resource Management, Healthcare Management and Data Analytics.
Information Technology (IT)
CTU’s Bachelor of Science in Information Technology degree program is offered on-campus and online.
Our IT degree programs are designed to enable students to prepare for professional responsibilities related to computers, communications and software. Our IT students can explore topics such as network and database design, programming, security, basic theory and applied mathematics, analytical problem solving, finance, statistics, accounting and more.
Criminal Justice – Forensics Investigation
CTU’s Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice – Forensic Investigation degree program is only offered at our Denver South campus location.
Our bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice with a concentration in Forensic Investigation is designed to introduce students to two components of the American Criminal Justice system – Law Enforcement, Courts and Corrections – with a specific emphasis on the science of identifying, gathering and analyzing evidence. In addition to exploring science-based topics such as biology, chemistry and physics, Forensic Investigation students also study forensic photography, crime scene documentation and ridgeology (fingerprint evidence).
Are you ready to take the next step to pursue your degree? Request information from a Denver South campus Admissions Advisor.
1 Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, Software Developers, on the Internet at https://www.bls.gov/ooh/computer-and-information-technology/software-developers.htm (visited 1/18/23). This data represents national figures and is not based on school-specific information. Conditions in your area may vary.
*Transfer credit is evaluated on an individual basis. Not all credits are eligible to transfer See the University Catalog for transfer credit policies.