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On average, D.C. tech workers earn $116,000/yr.

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Securing critical infrastructure starts here

Learn to defend the 16 sectors vital to our security, health and prosperity

Security, Intelligence & Critical Infrastructure

Better business minds form here

Drive the data insights that growing a $74 trillion global economy demands

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Learn to fight the greatest threat to our nation’s security

Cyber and Information Security

Brilliant futures launch here

Be part of a global space economy that’s $323 billion and growing

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It's 2019. Every job is a technology job

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Tech Job Market

Tech workers earn 2x average national wage.

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Founded by a Navy veteran. Serving active duty and retired Military for more than 90 years.

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Alumni

NASA, NSA, DOD. Join the Capitol Network.

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Find a way or make one.

After 90 years of advancing hands-on, technology-focused education, Capitol Technology University continues to play a vital role in helping innovation-minded students, companies, key agencies and the nation anticipate change and reimagine tomorrow.

Highlights @ Capitol Tech

Capitol student presents at IEEE conference

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Students involved with the Brain-Machine Interface workshop at Capitol Technology University are experimenting with technologies of the fut

Student Engineer Spotlight: Kimberly Frost

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Engineer’s week 2019 is here, and Capitol engineering students from all specializations are coming together to make it a great week full of learning, community, and geeking-out together.

Behind the Bot: The Story of our R2 Unit

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He’s the king of beeps and boops. He’s that famous blue droid. He’s made out of a large old Pepsi container and some odd bits lying around the lab. He’s R2-D2 – or at least our version of him.

Why Engineering? We Asked Our Experts.

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It is National Engineers Week and Capitol is celebrating! We’re looking forward to continuing a fun week of building, making, and learning with our on-campus engineering clubs and organizations.

Career opportunities for mechatronics engineers

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What can you do with a mechatronics engineering degree? A better question might be “what can’t you do?”

Engineers Week 2019

National Engineers Week was established in 1951 by the National Society of Professional Engineers to promote interest in, and national awar

Capitol: a military-friendly university

Are you looking for a college or university that works to create sustainable, meaningful educational opportunities for military personnel – including active duty, reserve, and veterans – and their spouses?

Radio: Still Essential After All These Years

World Radio Day

Many talents, one code. Make it happen.

Builder Culture

We’re positive you’ll receive a job offer within 90 days of graduation, or we’ll waive the tuition cost for 36 additional undergraduate credits.

The Capitol Job Commitment

Hub of advanced science, research and technologies – part of a $400 billion regional economy.

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