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Having completed a bachelor's degree with CTU, I continued with a master's program. A bachelor's degree is just not enough these days. The course of instruction was substantial and it took hours of preparation and work to complete assignments. While the course did take a number of hours of my time every week, I also learned a lot and its paid off for me. The degree has been extremely valuable for me, as it has increased my compensation and career advancement opportunities.
As a veteran focused on completing a degree, CTU was very useful in completing that goal. The per credit cost is a bit high, but the value of the degree makes that cost worthwhile. I had good luck with instructors and support staff. I was motivated and did a lot more work than some of my peers. Some of the instructors graded quite easily, while others were more strict. Over the years, the degree has paid for itself and I am glad the program has provided me with the benefits of increased compensation and career advancement opportunities.
What a piece of s*** school. They are more worried about making money than teaching. Heck, they aren't even accredited. Don't waste your time or money. Avoid CTU like the plague. They have even been investigated for improperly handling student finances.
I graduated 2018 with a Bachelor's in Healthcare Administration. I was able to immediately enroll into a AIT program and then get a job as a long term care administrator. CTU was a wonderful place to get my degree and advance my career. I am now considering going back for the Masters Program!
The admissions process is very smooth and straight forward. It is almost hard to believe how much they want you to succeed and really stand by your side even in the doctoral program. Anyone who feels that school is too hard and needs the support should really check out ctu
The faculty and staff are truly here to help students succeed in their academic and career aspirations. I would recommend CTU to anyone looking to advance in life and have thoroughly recommend the p[program to anyone. The doctoral symposium is a phenomenal experience where one gets the opportunity to establish personal and professional relationships with the faculty, staff, and peers.
I believe that the CTU online Business Administration degree would benefit anyone as much as it did me. You just have to be willing to put the work in and the benefit will come. My employer at the time recommended CTU and I know many employers will reimburse for this school. Take advantage of it!
This college does not care about its students or alumni. It's all about money to them. They will not release my transcripts. They talk to you very condescending and inappropriate. Cost of tuition is too high. I would not recommend this college to anyone. It is just not worth it.
This school seemed reputable at the time of me looking to enter the masters program. Once I was locked in I never heard from my success coaches, even when I would leave multiple messages. Their tuition is ridiculous and they also nickle and dime your a** to death for everything towards a b******* degree. To put the cherry on top they hit you with a graduation fee to get your diploma and supposedly 2 transcripts yet when you click to get the transcripts you just paid for they charge you a second fee. I wouldnt recommend this school to anyone.
I graduated from my last degree program about 7 years ago. That degree is not worth the paper it's printed on. I have been trying to interview for entry-level accounting positions and no one will give me a chance. CTU said it had employment assistance and it was an education partner with my company, which were lies. NEVER got help in either area. There was a service to critique resumes and mine was just handed back to me saying its fine. No help there. I don't believe employers consider an online degree a valid one. Your best bet would be to go to some sort of technical school, go for a few months or year, apprentice, and be work-ready when you get out. I regret going back to school because all I'm left with this debt that I can't pay because my worthless degree and non-existent hiring potential (from the employer's point of view) leaves me at the same job that barely allows me to make the loan payment. I'm still stuck at a job that I hate and went back to school for nothing. If I sound bitter I am. Nothing in my life has improved for the better. CTU talks about how they can assist you in being successful after graduation but its all b***.