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At Capitol Technology University, assessment and evaluation play a critical role in identifying areas for improvement. This process also allows our community — faculty, students, alumni, employers and advisory boards — to give valuable feedback, moving the University forward.

All Capitol graduates must be able to demonstrate:

  • The ability to speak, listen and write effectively.
  • The ability to recognize when information is needed and be able to locate, evaluate and use this information.
  • The ability to think critically.
  • A commitment to lifelong learning.
  • That they are a productive member of a team.
  • A commitment to continued professional development.
  • An understanding and appreciation of ethical principles.
  • An appreciation of how their actions impact immediate and external environments.
  • An understanding of different cultures and values.
  • Proficiency in their degree program.

Assessment by Degree

Choose from the following to view the goals, objectives and outcomes of the accredited degree programs. Objectives are reviewed periodically for currency and relevancy by the department and its faculty, addressing input from the industry through our industrial advisory boards and Capitol Technology University alumni.


Graduate Degrees