College Profile: Colorado Technical University-Colorado Springs

 
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Colorado Technical University (CTU) is a system of proprietary for-profit colleges in the United States providing career training, accredited programs, and college degrees in a variety of areas. CTU grants bachelor's, master's and doctoral degrees. Founded in 1965, the system has more than 38,000 students. Degree programs are focused primarily in business, management, and technology. Colorado Technical University is regionally accredited by the Higher Learning Commission and a member of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools (NCA).

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4435 N Chestnut Street
Colorado Springs, CO
80907-3812
719-598-0200 (general)
719-598-0200 (financial aid)
719-598-0200 (admissions)
 
 
 

 
Mission Statement

The mission of Colorado Technical University, an institution of higher learning, is to provide career-oriented education by teaching applied real-world, industry-current programs in selected areas, servicing the needs of students for employment and career advancement and the needs of industry for highly qualified professionals at the associate's, bachelor's, master's and doctorate levels.


General Information
Other Names Colorado Tech, CTU
Type Private for-profit, 4-year or above
Control Private for-profit
Size 1,000 - 4,999
Campus Setting City: Large
Calendar System Quarter
Title IV Eligibility Participates in Title IV federal financial aid programs
Relgious Affiliation Not applicable

College Student Services Offered
Yes Remedial ServicesYes Academic/career counseling service
No Employment services for studentsNo Placement services for completers
No On-campus day care for students' children   

College Special Learning Opportunities
No ROTCYes Distance learning opportunities
No ROTC: ArmyNo Study abroad
No ROTC: NavyYes Weekend/evening college
No ROTC: Air Force   

Sources: National Center for Education Statistics (NCES)
More info

Colorado Technical University-Colorado Springs Website
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Admissions Considerations & Recommendations
Open admission policy Yes
Admission test scores Not applicable
TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language Not applicable

Applicants (most recent fall period)
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Admissions (most recent fall period)
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Percentage of Students Submitting Test Scores
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SAT Percentile Scores
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ACT Percentile Scores
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Percentage Receiving Financial Aid
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Average Amount of Financial Aid Received
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Average Tuition for Full-Time Undergraduates
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Average Tuition for Full-Time Graduates
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Comprehensive Fee for Full-Time Undergraduates
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Per Credit Hour Charge for Part-Time Undergraduates
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Per Credit Hour Charge for Part-Time Graduates
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Student Body
3,598 Student Body SizeNo On-Campus Housing
0 Fall Applicants0 Total Dormitory Capacity
0 Fall Admissions

Gender
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Ethnicity
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College Levels Offered
No Less than one year certificateNo One but less than two years certificate
Yes Associate's degreeNo Two but less than 4 years certificate
Yes Bachelor's degreeNo Postbaccalaureate certificate
Yes Master's degreeNo Post-master's certificate
Yes Doctor's degreeNo First-professional degree
No First-professional certificate

Degrees and Certifications
Accounting (Bachelor Degree)
All businesses have Accounting professionals that keep them on track with their budgets and spending. At CTU, we help students gain a solid accounting background by teaching practical, real world accounting techniques and combining them with insight from our experienced instructors. Students will have the opportunity to learn all aspects of the accounting cycle, analyzing and interpreting various financial statements, and how those statements can be used to make solid business decisions. Our courses in business and managerial accounting give students the tools they need to cultivate their critical thinking skills.
Business Administration Human Resource Management (Bachelor Degree)
The human resource management concentration can prepare you as an HR professional to participate as a member of the management team, with expanded studies in the legal environment, customer service and competitive issues, management structure and processes, and professional communication skills.
Business Administration Logistics/Supply Chain Management (Bachelor Degree)
This degree concentration addresses the principles and techniques of systems management and logistics, including the fundamentals of analysis, design, implementation and customer support. You can build a strong foundation in analytical components including pricing and distribution as well as collaboration and management strategy.
Business Administration Management (Associate Degree)
This degree program emphasizes a strong base of business fundamentals including critical-thinking and decision-making skills. You can learn practical, real-world applications from professors with extensive business experience. In addition to important undergraduate foundation studies in areas including English, math, social science and technology, you can learn presentation techniques, technology application and research basis.
Business Administration Management (Bachelor Degree)
The management concentration expands your studies into more advanced managerial concepts and strategies such as project risk management, strategy development and human resource issues. You can further customize your program through choice of electives, including accounting, economics, money and capital markets, team building, logistics or sales.
Business Administration Management (Bachelor Degree)
The management concentration expands your studies into more advanced managerial concepts and strategies such as project risk management, strategy development and human resource issues. You can further customize your program through choice of electives, including accounting, economics, money and capital markets, team building, logistics or sales.
Computer Engineering (Bachelor Degree)
In this program, you can learn both electrical engineering and computer science skills. You will draw from each discipline to improve the hardware/software interface and to integrate software demands directly into the hardware design. You can develop all-important communication and interpersonal skills to help you interpret customer requirements and produce technology solutions.
Computer Science (Bachelor Degree)
In this degree program, students can develop a strong base of practical, real-world skills from professors who are also computer science professionals. In addition to important undergraduate foundation studies, you can learn computer programming languages, computer network systems and software engineering skills. The systems security and project management components of this degree add competitive, industry-current skill sets.
Computer Science (Doctorate)
The Doctor of Management program is an advanced professional degree for senior managers, consultants, and academics. It develops research and intervention skills, the ability to think and act strategically, and facility in anticipating and planning for the future while helping you to establish yourself as a leader in your chosen field.
Computer Science (Doctorate)
The Doctor of Management program is an advanced professional degree for senior managers, consultants, and academics. It develops research and intervention skills, the ability to think and act strategically, and facility in anticipating and planning for the future while helping you to establish yourself as a leader in your chosen field.
Computer Systems Security (Bachelor Degree)
Criminal Justice (Bachelor Degree)
CTU?s bachelor?s degree in criminal justice is designed to build a strong base of practical, real-world applications from professors who are experienced professionals. In addition to foundational undergraduate studies, students can learn industry-standard skills in areas such as interview and interrogation, crime scene investigation and psychological criminal profiling. Built on a solid knowledge of the law and the courts, the skills and techniques you can learn are applicable in the many facets of the criminal justice system. You can also develop the professional and technical skills to empower you as a criminal justice professional ready for advancement.
Digital Media Design (Associate Degree)
Digital Media Design (Associate Degree)
e-Business (Associate Degree)
In this degree program, you can learn to design, develop and maintain Web pages and Web sites. You can also develop skills to act as liaison between the technical staff and management or customers. You can gain skills to act as a liaison between the technical staff and management or customers. You can gain fundamental business skills and understand how to apply them to the virtual marketplace.
e-Business (Bachelor Degree)
Students in this program can gain a clear understanding of the business life cycle, emerging business modeling, and interdisciplinary issues related to the e-business environment, such as intellectual property issues related to the Internet, the challenges of leadership and communication, process improvement with technology, and consumer satisfaction in the virtual marketplace. You can develop skills to act as a liaison between the technical staff and management or customers.
Electronics Technology (Associate Degree)
In this degree program, you can learn how electronic systems work, about digital design and embedded microcontrollers, and acquire basic knowledge about computer networks. You can gain the skills to analyze problems, measure and test components, and maintain electronic systems.
Enterprise Information Systems (Doctorate)
General Studies (Associate Degree)
General Studies (Associate Degree)
General Studies (Associate Degree)
General Studies (Associate Degree)
General Studies (Associate Degree)
General Studies (Associate Degree)
General Studies (Associate Degree)
General Studies (Associate Degree)
General Studies (Associate Degree)
General Studies (Associate Degree)
General Studies (Associate Degree)
General Studies (Associate Degree)
General Studies (Associate Degree)
General Studies (Associate Degree)
Information Systems Management (Bachelor Degree)
In this degree program you can learn to plan, implement, maintain and manage computing and information technology. Professional communication, team building and project management techniques build competitive --soft-- skill sets that add to your marketability. The BSITM degree can provide the foundation for a career as a network engineer, network operational analyst, certified systems engineer, systems administrator, IT manager, business analyst, systems analyst, IT project leader or sales account representative.
Information Technology (Associate Degree)
The information technology degree program is designed to develop a strong base of practical, real-world business and technology skills from professors who are also IT professionals. In addition to important undergraduate foundation studies, you can learn to link software and hardware needs to support business goals. You can develop a fundamental understanding of business along with technical skills such as computer languages, client-server networks, Web publishing, and database and spreadsheet applications.
Information Technology (Bachelor Degree)
In this degree program, students can develop a strong base of practical, real-world business and technology skills. You can learn to link software and hardware needs to support business goals. You can develop an information system knowledge combined with technical computer capabilities. The inclusion of contemporary themes such as information system security and project management bring added relevance to this program.
Management (Doctorate)
The Doctor of Management program is an advanced professional degree for senior managers, consultants, and academics. It develops research and intervention skills, the ability to think and act strategically, and facility in anticipating and planning for the future while helping you to establish yourself as a leader in your chosen field.
Network Systems Security (Associate Degree)
The information technology degree program is designed to develop a strong base of practical, real-world business and technology skills from professors who are also IT professionals. In addition to important undergraduate foundation studies, you can learn to link software and hardware needs to support business goals. You can develop a fundamental understanding of business along with technical skills such as computer languages, client-server networks, Web publishing, and database and spreadsheet applications.
Project Management (Bachelor Degree)
The project management degree program is based on the Project Management Institute?s (PMI) Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK) ? the recognized industry standard. You can build a strong base of practical, real-world applications and undergraduate foundational studies in areas including English, math, social science and technology. You can learn real-world project planning; time and conflict management; human resource management; risk analysis and management; CPM/PERT, Grant and other scheduling techniques; an understanding of organizations, teams and processes; budgeting and cost control systems; contracting and negotiating.
Software Engineering (Bachelor Degree)
Visual Communications (Associate Degree)
The associate's level Visual Communication program is designed to prepare students for entry-level positions in the commercial art, graphic design, and multimedia related fields. Students can acquire a working knowledge of drawing, design concepts, typography, digital design, and graphic design skills to create professional, illustrative solutions to commercial design problems. Using the tools of industry-current technology along with traditional methods students can develop skills in digital imaging, computer illustration, web design, desktop publishing, prepress, and advertising techniques. Graphic design, career development, and portfolio classes are designed to help prepare students for their internships and professional careers. Students will create a portfolio to showcase their skills gained in the program. Students can gain experience using Macromedia and Adobe software along with other popular software programs.
Visual Communications: Digital Design (Bachelor Degree)
The Visual Communication program is designed to educate and develop the talents and technical abilities of artistic and imaginative students. Students are educated with a comprehensive working knowledge of visual expression as a means of communicating ideas. Emphasis is placed on developing the student?s creative problem solving abilities by developing concepts and content that is based upon the principles, practical applications and methodologies used in developing creative design. Using the tools of industry-current technology along with traditional methods students can develop into professionals that are able to use their skills for a rewarding career in the disciplines of advertising design, website design, graphic design, illustration, animation, digital design and multimedia. Students will create a portfolio that will showcase the various techniques they have learned over the course of their degree program. Students will gain experience using Macromedia and Adobe products along with many other popular software programs. Students will gain experience using a variety of hardware.
Visual Communications Graphic Design (Bachelor Degree)
The Visual Communication program is designed to educate and develop the talents and technical abilities of artistic and imaginative students. Students are educated with a comprehensive working knowledge of visual expression as a means of communicating ideas. Emphasis is placed on developing the student?s creative problem solving abilities by developing concepts and content that is based upon the principles, practical applications and methodologies used in developing creative design. Using the tools of industry-current technology along with traditional methods students can develop into professionals that are able to use their skills for a rewarding career in the disciplines of advertising design, website design, graphic design, illustration, animation, digital design and multimedia. Students will create a portfolio that will showcase the various techniques they have learned over the course of their degree program. Students will gain experience using Macromedia and Adobe products along with many other popular software programs. Students will gain experience using a variety of hardware.

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