You have the drive to succeed. With an associate’s, bachelor’s, or even master’s degree from an accredited school such as CTU, you can make it happen. Better yet, with our online degree programs, you can complete your degree and still maintain a reasonable work-life balance. That’s because CTU is not your typical education experience. At CTU, you’re in control. You can attend school when and where it’s most convenient for you. At night, during the day, on weekends, whichever option fits your busy schedule.
There are a wide variety of online Associate, Bachelor, and Masters degree programs to choose from, such as Accounting…Business Administration…Information Technology…Criminal Justice…there are more than 50 Degree Programs in all.
Click here for a complete list of CTU’s academic programs that are eligible for the BHMT Commitment Grant.
CTU-faculty are well-grounded in the real world. They have practical experience in the fields they teach, the course content is up-to-date, and it reflects the input of a distinguished advisory board of business leaders. Bottom line: you have the education you need to hit the ground running when you graduate.
After completing Ben U Courses at CTU or other partner schools through the Ben Hudnall Memorial Trust, continue pursuing your degree program with the CTU Commitment Grant!
When enrolling in a CTU degree program, CTU now funds 100% of your education through a combination of:
KP & BHMT provide a $5,250 Tuition Benefit, and CTU covers the rest. This program provides a unique pathway for Degree Completion and eliminates the need for Financial Aid. Now, you can reach your educational goals without the student loans in just 5 ½ weeks (course sessions are offered 8 times a year (January, February, April, May, July, August, October, November).
Please Note: Credits from past college coursework may transfer toward a degree at CTU. Contact a CTU Admissions Advisor for more information.
To learn more about the tuition grant, CTU degree programs and financial aid, visit: www.ColoradoTech.edu/BHMT
BHMT Participants who plan to complete their degree for personal achievement and greater opportunities.
For enrollment issues, contact your CTU Academic Advisors at BHMT@ColoradoTech.edu or 855-283-1590.
View complete list of CTU’s academic programs eligible for the BHMT Commitment Grant.
TIP: You may apply for the BHMT Individual Stipend Program to use while obtaining your degree or academic certificate.
Discussion board topics are tied to specific tasks for each week. Please note: Discussion posts are graded. You will hvae 2 hours or real-time chat each week. Real-time chats focus on the course topic for each week of the 5 week session and re archived, so you can review the discussion on our own schedule.
January 1 – February 8
Drop Date — Monday, January 8th
Withdraw Deadline — Monday, January 29th
February 11 – March 22
Drop Date — Monday, February 19th
Withdraw Deadline — Monday, March 12th
April 1 – May 10
Drop Date — Monday, April 9th
Withdraw Deadline — Monday, May 30th
May 13 – June 21
Drop Date — Monday, May 21st
Withdraw Deadline — Monday, June 11th
July 3 – August 9
Drop Date — Monday, July 9th
Withdraw Deadline — Monday, July 30th
August 14 – September 20
Drop Date — Monday, August 20th
Withdraw Deadline — Monday, September 10th
October 2 – November 8
Drop Date — Monday, October 10th
Withdraw Deadline — Monday, October 29th
November 13 – December 20
Drop Date — Monday, November 19th
Withdraw Deadline — Monday, December 10th
Intellipath™ does away with the one-size-fits-all approach to education by providing students with a personalized learning path. Students benefit from increased control over class material, higher confidence as learning gaps are proactively addressed and immediate feedback as courses are completed.
Visit the CTU website to see the benefits of Intellipath™
Whether CTU courses fulfill prerequisite requirements depends on the degree program you intend to pursue and the school where you plan to earn your degree. If you wish to transfer credits earned through CTU to another college, it is your responsibility to speak to an advisor at the college you plan to attend before starting a CTU course to discuss whether the CTU credits are transferable. Your intended transfer school determines the transferability of credits earned at CTU. CTU course descriptions are available for you to provide to your transfer school.
In an ongoing effort to expand Ben U partners, CTU has provided a Credit Transfer Guide (Feb 2014) which outlines how your courses from CTU are directly transferable to more than 20 other colleges and universities. This transfer guide will grow as CTU creates more agreements with other academic institutions.
Creating a development plan is essential to success. BHMT Career Counselors are available to assist you with your overall career plan and to discuss how CTU courses may fit. They can also ensure you are accessing all the tools available to help you in your studies. Contact your regional career counselor.
You will need to submit proof of your completion of high school or GED to CTU Admissions within 48 hours of enrollment. Your CTU Admissions Advisor can assist you should you need help with securing your document. If you do not produce the proof document, diploma or transcripts, then any CTU course you completed will be cancelled and you will lose course grades.