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Colorado Technical University Online ProgramsBachelor Programs at Colorado Technical University Online
Curriculum is designed to help students become familiar with current approaches to financial planning and analysis, money and capital markets, investments and securities and financial markets and institutions.
Colorado Technical University is pleased to announce the availability of a 100% online Bachelor of Science in Finance degree program. Applications are being accepted now for classes scheduled to begin on October 3, 2010.
This industry-current degree program is designed for career-minded students interested in the fields of financial management, corporate finance and financial analysis. Coursework has been designed to challenge them to acquire the knowledge and skills necessary to:
- Understand the role of capital markets in investment opportunities.
- Examine the financial performance of a firm based on its financial statements.
- Discuss the ethical ramifications of a firm's financial disclosure.
- Apply appropriate concepts and principles of finance, accounting, and statistics to make effective decisions.
- Demonstrate knowledge of the basic functional areas of management.
- Demonstrate the critical skills necessary to solve business problems.
Students interested in learning more about Colorado Technical University's Bachelor of Science in Finance are encouraged to contact us today.
Colorado Technical University’s Bachelor of Science in Psychology is now being offered through the school’s award-winning Virtual Campus. The goal of the program is to provide an overview of the major psychological concepts, perspectives and skills that explain human behavior.
The curriculum has four themes threading through it: workplace application of psychology, career advancement, technological acumen and service to society. Successful completion of the BS in Psychology can help students prepare to pursue a variety of career opportunities that focus on the business of people, including but not limited to in the fields of management, administration, research and sales.
The Colorado Tech Online Bachelor of Science in Accounting is designed to teach students to develop critical problem-solving skills in accounting and management. Topics covered in this 17-month* Bachelor's degree program include the principles of corporate accounting, taxation, governmental and not-for-profit accounting and auditing. Successful graduates will be equipped to pursue such careers as: Budget Analyst, General Accountant, Internal Auditor, Cash Management Officer, Loan Officer, Tax Auditor and many other in-demand positions.
*The 17-month Bachelor’s degree assumes that all Associate-level requirements have been met through an Associate degree or the equivalent. Program length varies by program
Many businesses depend on their web presence in the marketplace. That's why you can start with basic web site creation and then define and explain current computer networks, protocols, and the role of network management software. You can do the same with the fundamentals of computer system security requirements. You can implement the goals and techniques of software engineering through the development of a complex application. And you can solve complex problems through the ability to program in at least one high level programming language.
The Project Management Professional (PMP) is the most universally recognized credential in the field of Project Management. In order to sit for the PMP examination, an applicant with a bachelors or masters degree in project management must document 4,500 hours spent leading and directing projects. Graduates of PMI-GAC accredited undergraduate or masters degrees may sit for the PMP examination with only 3,000 documented hours.
The MSCS-DB Database Systems degree program is designed to provide students with an understanding of operating systems and networking, as well as knowledge of computer system architecture and the software system engineering process. You can also acquire the skills and training necessary to effectively analyze, design, implement and optimize complex data repositories. You can learn to transform data into powerful information systems for business and increase your value to organizations in both the public and private sectors.
The Project Management Professional (PMP�) is the most universally recognized credential in the field of Project Management. In order to sit for the PMP� examination, an applicant with a bachelors or masters degree in project management must document 4,500 hours spent leading and directing projects. Graduates of PMI-GAC accredited undergraduate or masters degrees may sit for the PMP� examination with only 3,000 documented hours.
CTU’s new Associate of Science in Health Administration Services (AHAS) will give you the opportunity to learn a wide range of skills used on the administrative side of the healthcare industry. Ultimately, you will have the opportunity to develop a well-rounded understanding of:
- Healthcare administration and medical records
- Healthcare finance
- Human resources
- Reimbursement systems
- Regulatory, ethical, and legal issues affecting healthcare organizations
The AS in Health Administration Services program can prepare you to take the Certified Medical Administrative Assistant (CMAA) exam**. In addition, the program can prepare you to continue into CTU’s Bachelor of Science degree in Health Services Administration.
CTU's DM with a concentration in Healthcare Management and Leadership provides the student with in-depth knowledge of management theories and the background to successfully participate in healthcare organizations. Students will be challenged to contribute to the current body of knowledge in this area through scholarly research and writing.
This 3-year Doctoral program is designed to help provide candidates with the theoretical, research and application capabilities necessary to pursue career opportunities in Digital Systems Security. The program includes twelve 5-credit instructional courses, taken one per quarter for three years, in addition to one research and writing class taken each quarter. Each class is taken online. Twice each year, students attend an intensive residential symposium lasting four and a half days.
Colorado Technical University’s Doctor of Management (DM) degree program now offers a focused concentration in Graduate Level Instructional Practices. This rigorous curriculum is designed for students interested in teaching graduate level business courses in higher educational institutions.
What You Can Learn
In addition to the advanced core curriculum, students are required to complete concentration courses designed to provide the advanced knowledge and skills that can enhance their abilities to make positive contributions in the area of teaching adults in graduate programs. Students will be expected to:
- Apply curriculum design and instructional best practices to classroom instruction in face-to-face and online environments.
- Design a curriculum that combines both practice and theory to support student learning outcomes.
- Collect and evaluate assignments to ensure effective measures of student outcomes and institutional effectiveness.
- Use technology and media to meet requirements for all modalities of the adult learner.
What You Can Achieve
The program is delivered online and requires students to attend an intensive two and a half day residential symposium twice each year. These symposia are conducted quarterly in Colorado Springs, CO s. Completion of this program also requires the successful defense of a dissertation entailing a literature review and a research proposal.
Colorado Technical University’s Doctor of Management (DM) degree program now offers a focused concentration in Project Management. The curriculum integrates PM tools with management concepts, giving practitioners the skills to manage an entire lifecycle of a product or program. Completion of this program also requires a dissertation and biannual attendance at a residential symposium in Colorado Springs.
Colorado Technical University’s Doctor of Management (DM) degree program offers a focused concentration in Private Sector Higher Education Leadership. This rigorous curriculum is designed for individuals who would like to serve in senior level academic positions in private institutions.
What You Can Learn
In addition to the advanced core curriculum, students are required to complete concentration courses that apply leadership theory and management principles with key elements including policy, assessments, managing resources, organizational development and the regulatory environment.Students will be expected to:
- Apply leadership theory and management principles to academic leadership.
- Relate legal and regulatory requirements to higher education leadership.
- Use data to evaluate, justify and improve institutional effectiveness and ensure learning outcomes are achieved.
- Design organizational structures and institutional infrastructures to effectively allocate resources to meet goals and objectives.
- Evaluate historical trends and current environments to prepare higher education institutions for a sustainable future.
What You Can Achieve
The program is delivered online and requires students to attend an intensive two and a half day residential symposium twice each year. These symposia are conducted quarterly in Colorado Springs, CO. Completion of this program also requires the successful defense of a dissertation entailing a literature review and a research proposal.
Colorado Technical University’s Doctor of Management (DM) degree program offers a focused concentration in Leadership. This rigorous curriculum is designed to develop leaders in areas of core qualifications defined by the US Office of Personnel Management (OPM).
The program is delivered online and requires attendance at biannual residential symposia in Colorado Springs. Completion of this program also requires a dissertation entailing a literature review and a research proposal.
Concentration Courses Include:
- Self-Insight and Personal Development as a Leader
- Leading Change
- Special Topics in Leadership
- Leadership, Technology and Social Media
- Advanced Career Strategies in Leadership