Colorado Technical University (CTU) is a private, profit-oriented institution of higher education located in Colorado Springs. Founded in 1965 primarily for the purpose of providing technical and vocational training to former military personnel, the college gained university status in 1995 during which it changed its name from Colorado Technical College to Colorado Technical University.
Regionally accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (HLC) and a member of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools (NCA), CTU offers undergraduate, graduate and doctoral degrees in a number of subjects focused primarily in the disciplines of Businesss, Management, and Technology. Aside from its main campus, CTU also maintains satellite campuses in Denver, Pueblo, and Westminster as well as North Kansas City, Missouri and Sioux Falls, South Dakota.
In addition, it has an Online Degree Program which allows students anywhere to complete their degree and take up courses either 100% online or partly online. It offers Associate’s, Bachelor’s and Master’s degree programs and graduate certificates in the areas of Business & Management; Criminal Justice & Public Administration; Engineering & Computer Science; Health Sciences; Information Systems & Technology; and Interdepartmental Degree.
Cost of tuition for online programs varies depending on the degree chosen and the specific field of specialization. The actual rate of tuition ranges from US$23,850 to US$61,880. Financial aid is extended by way of private loans, grants & scholarships, and tuition reimbursement by employers.
Students who want to apply in courses offered online may go to CTU’s web site to seek assistance from an online advisor.