Colorado Technical University

Master of Business Administration - Finance (Online)

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Colorado Technical University has an MBA degree program designed to help you prepare for advanced responsibilities in finance. CTU’s MBA degree program was named a Tier One program among North American universities in 2016 by CEO Magazine, an International Graduate Forum publication.1

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CTU’s ACBSP-accredited program balances management theory with finance principles. Aligned to AACSB standards and Core Competencies for Federal Financial System Analysts, coursework is designed to help you explore advanced financial and investment analysis, multinational management, research, ethics, leadership and more.

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Make an investment in your future. See if CTU’s MBA-Finance degree program is right for you.

1 CEO Magazine, a publication of the International Graduate Forum, named CTU’s MBA program a Tier One program among North American universities in 2016.

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