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Capitol Tech is Washington D.C.’s premier STEM University – supplying human capital to America’s most technologically advanced government agencies and their private sector supply chains. With an education laser-focused on STEM careers, Capitol Technology University uniquely positions students for top roles in the region’s booming tech hub. 

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(Series) The Career Landscape During and After COVID: The Past, Present, and Future

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It should come as no surprise that COVID-19 has impacted nearly every aspect lives across the nation and globe. Beyond physical health, one of the most dire effects of COVID-19 are the financial health of individuals and families.  

The Future of Technology Starts with Capitol Technology University Students: Bachelor's Edition 

Capitol Tech offers practical courses taught by industry experts so students can graduate with a bachelor’s, master’s, or doctoral degree and gain the experience necessary to seamlessly enter the most technologically advanced government agencies and companies. 

Using Data Science to Confront Healthcare Inequality

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It is not news that disparities exist within healthcare. Many professionals within the healthcare industry have been trying to find ways to lessen and ultimately remove those disparities, to varying success.

Cybersecurity news: Honda encounters a ransomware attack

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With the increase in telework due to COVID-19, more companies have found themselves increasingly vulnerable to ransomware and other cybersecurity attacks as a larger group of employees are working outside of a company network.

3 Tips for Surviving Online Classes

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This is the summer where professors are also students. We're taking a lot of online classes ABOUT online classes–how to run them and traps to avoid. Online classes–due to COVID, costs, accessibility, and more–are becoming a standard part of a student's curricula. Sometimes it's online-only, sometimes it is the mixed classroom/online hybrid model. And as with any class, we're finding out some online classes are awesome and well-run and others are, well, 'less than engaging'.

Capitol Tech signs MOU with CSU to Create Pathway to PhD in Occupational Health and Safety

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Capitol Technology University has entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Columbia Southern University (CSU) to increase access to high-quality, in-demand education to ambitious students. This MOU allows graduates of CSU’s Master’s in Occupational Safety and Health degree direct admission into Capitol Tech’s PhD in Health and Safety program. Credits earned by students through CSU’s M.A. degree will transfer toward Capitol Tech’s fully online, research-based PhD.

Mechatronics engineering and renewable energy systems

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Mechatronics engineers, with their understanding of control systems, computer systems, robotics, electronics, and product engineering, are poised to create the next great advance in renewable energy.

Join the Launch of the Women in CyberSecurity Critical Infrastructure Community, Supported by Capitol

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The newly launched, Women in CyberSecurity (WiCyS) Critical Infrastructure Community (CIC), will host its first event, “Cocktails & Conversation” on August 19. The event will allow participants to join this bustling community at the ground-floor.

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