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

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Security, Intelligence & Critical Infrastructure

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

Management of Technology

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

Cyber and Information Security

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Unmanned Systems

It's 2018. Every job is a technology job

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Tech Job Market

Tech workers earn 2x average national wage.

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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

Tournament raises funds for student scholarships

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Career Paths in Construction Management

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Why should you study construction management? Besides nearly guaranteed job security, most construction management positions lead to a professional leadership position right out of college.

Time Perception in Synthetic Intelligence: Why It's Important

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By Jason M. Pittman, Sc.D

Mobile Device Security: Be Careful With Public Wi-Fi Hotspots!

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Capitol, Science Engineering Partnership to launch new STEM program for young people

Young STEM Enthusiast

Cactus-1 mission aces key milestones, awaits launch

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At tech-focused Capitol, communication and interview skills are also part of the mix

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In today’s tech-driven economy, there’s no question that skills in fields like engineering or computer science are in high demand.

Cybersecurity awareness efforts must focus on young people, professor says

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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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