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Colorado Technical University ( CTU) is a private for-profit university with its main campus in Colorado Springs, Colorado. The university is owned by Perdoceo Education Corporation. Founded in 1965, CTU offers undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral degrees, primarily in business, management, and technology.
The Distance Education Accrediting Commission is the primary accrediting body that recognizes online schools, but not all schools on this list are accredited by that agency. This list includes schools that offer fully online programs exclusively, as well as schools that offer at least one fully online program in addition to campus offerings.
Colorado Technical University – more than 90% online, a subsidiary of Career Education Corporation Columbia Southern University – not to be confused with Columbia University Conservatory of Recording Arts and Sciences – Tempe, Arizona Daymar College – multiple campuses in Tennessee, Kentucky and Ohio, and online
Colorado State University Global ( CSU Global) is an online public university that is a member of the Colorado State University System. Founded in 2007, CSU Global is headquartered in Aurora, Colorado. CSU Global offers online undergraduate and graduate degree and certificate programs.
Colorado Northwestern Community College Craig Campus, Craig Rangely Campus, Rangely Community College of Aurora Community College of Denver Front Range Community College Boulder County Campus, Longmont, Colorado Larimer Campus, Ft. Collins, Colorado Westminster Campus, Westminster, Colorado Brighton Center, Brighton, Colorado
The organization closed most of its 50 campuses in the United States as the corporation downsized to two primarily online brands: American InterContinental University and Colorado Technical University.  In 2016, Career Education Corporation had about 43,000 students.
A handful of American universities include the phrases "Institute of Technology", "Polytechnic Institute", "Polytechnic University", or similar phrasing in their names; these are generally research-intensive universities with a focus on science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.