Time Management Tips for School Leaders – Part II

A male school principal is standing in the hallway of the school he works at.

Dr. John Murray is an assistant professor in Colorado Christian’s Master of Education in Educational Leadership program, offered through the College of Adult and Graduate Studies. Read his bio below. The complexity and variety of competing responsibilities associated with being a school principal are rivaled by few other occupations. Managing everything can seem overwhelming, with … Continued

10 Characteristics of an Effective CEO

CEO is written on a lit-up sign on a brick wall.

Do you run your own company or dream of opening a business someday? Whether you want to be the CEO of a Fortune 500 company or your employees include you, your spouse, and your adult children, being a CEO comes with a lot of responsibility. Since a leader will always have room for improvement when … Continued

5 Reasons to Enter the CCU and WAY-FM Scholarship Contest

A CCU adult graduate is celebrating at CCU's 2017 Commencement.

The winner’s been announced! Check here for details. Are you ready to learn more about your passion? Is a career change your goal for 2018? Want to stand out among other candidates in an interview for your dream job? Finishing your degree or adding an additional degree or certificate to your resume could help. To … Continued

The Types of Jobs Available with a Master’s in Counseling

A school counselor is with her adolescent patient.

Are you interested in helping people with mental health, family and relationship, or substance abuse issues? A master’s degree in counseling can give you the education and hands-on experience needed to become a counselor or psychologist. CCU’s online master’s in counseling, which is also available in a classroom setting, provides students with two and a … Continued

4 Careers You Can Get With a Master’s in Special Education

A special education instructor is sitting with her students.

According to the National Center for Education Statistics, “In 2014-15, the number of children and youth ages 3-21 receiving special education services was 6.6 million — or 13 percent of all public school students.” Because of the large percentage of children with special needs in the United States, experienced and educated professionals are in demand. … Continued