Colorado Christian University has been recognized as a top college in Colorado by the American Council of Trustees and Alumni’s fourth-edition of What Will They Learn?
As an independent, nonprofit organization which focuses on academic quality and accountability at American colleges and universities, ACTA based the report on the strength of each college’s curriculum. To receive an “A” rating, schools had to include at least six of seven crucial subjects (Composition, Mathematics, Science, Economics, Foreign Language, Literature and American Government or History) outside of the student’s major as requirements for graduation.
It was a feat achieved only by 21 of the 1,070 colleges and universities graded and only 2 of those colleges were located in Colorado: Colorado Christian University and the United States Air Force Academy. The distinction breaks the flawed typecast that people tend to associate with Christian colleges.
Having a religious affiliation does not mean that the school will treat your academic needs as an afterthought. Here at CCU you won’t have to sacrifice your faith to attain secular knowledge. This holistic view takes into consideration your spiritual needs, in addition to providing an extensive and balanced academic foundation. Colorado Christian University recognizes the need to equip their students with tools that will help them succeed in the increasingly hard job market. Such a background is attractive to prospective employers looking for grounded employees who have the ability to excel in a number of areas in their organization.
CCU offers more than 20 majors including Business Administration, Accounting, Psychology and Political Science, and several minors and areas of emphasis. The full ACTA report can be found at www.WhatWillTheyLearn.com.