One of the best things about online courses is the ability to learn on the go. Using the Blackboard software package, CCU students are able to contact professors, participate in class discussions, retrieve course calendars, and submit assignments from practically anywhere! This has another advantage for inquisitive types (i.e. practically anyone enrolled in a college … Continued
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Online degree programs, like the ones offered at Colorado Christian University, are allowing students to earn college degrees without ever coming onto campus. In fact, thousands of students have earned their degrees from CCU, and all they needed was a desire to learn, a computer, and Internet access. Everything you need to complete your CCU online degree program can be accessed via computer including syllabi, assignments, and classroom presentations. You submit your work online and can even participate in topical discussions with classmates! Online education degrees include Accounting, Criminal Justice, Psychology, MBA and Information Systems Management just to name a few. Find out more information about the CCU Online Admissions process for the online degree you would like to pursue and get started today!
College students of all ages need to remain connected to their schools and to the world if they are going to succeed. This begs the question, what is the best method of connection? Tablets are ideal for many students; they offer affordability and portability, and many students now prefer tablets over the bulkier, less flexible … Continued
Colorado Christian University has some exciting news to share with our current and future students! Starting this summer semester, CCU is proud to introduce a new degree program to keep pace with the digital age: Computer Information Technology – Bachelor Degree in IT. Information technology is a relevant and exciting field that just keeps growing … Continued
Online learning opportunities have revolutionized the way adults can continue their education. Online programs make it easier to take courses while working a full-time job, being a stay-at-home parent, or even while living far away from the university. However, some students fear that online learning will be more difficult because of the online format. Set … Continued
Online learning has taken off in the last decade, as universities have been able to offer full courses and degree programs to students who access the materials online. These courses are specifically designed for the web format, which means that students get a full educational experience without having to ever enter a physical classroom. If … Continued