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What makes us better at Capitol for doctorate students is the faculty providing relevant leading-edge experience to support our students. We are committed to your success.

Cyber Scholarship Program: Don't Miss This Prestigious Opportunity for Students

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Picture this: a full scholarship package enabling you to complete your cybersecurity education without being hampered by financial burdens.

How AI-driven chatbots are posing a cybersecurity threat: what you need to know

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There are many benefits to using Artificial intelligent chatbots for customer support, but with proper cybersecurity protocols to protect customers personal information.

Biggest Industrial Robotics Employers for Mechatronics Engineers

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One of the largest areas in which mechatronics and robotics experience is needed is in the field of industrial robotics. The following companies offer career paths for those with a passion for mechatronics engineering.

Alumni Spotlight: Glenn Andal

Glenn Andal, cybersecurity program alum
Glenn Andal, a cybersecurity program alumnus of Capitol Tech, currently solves some of the most complex and important problems facing the field of cybersecurity at MITRE, a research development center for the U.S. government.

Managing construction industry labor shortage

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It is increasingly difficult to find skilled workers in certain industries, like manufacturing and construction. Here’s how the construction industry is adopting technology to lower the impact of labor shortages.

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Prof. William Butler is paying a working visit to the Computer Science faculty of AAB College in Kosovo

What is SOLIDWORKS?

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SOLIDWORKS, a solid modeling computer-aided design and engineering program, is one of the most popular software options for mechatronics engineers. Here's how it's used to develop mechatronics systems from beginning to end.

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