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Automation through Building Information Modeling: Capitol degree program highlights the cutting edge in construction management

Building Information Modeling (BIM) provides access to 3D representations and other essential data of a structure-in-progress. Here’s why it’s important for the future of automation in construction management.

Startup looks to Capitol Tech for research and development partnership

Students at Capitol Technology University don’t just learn how to use existing technology – they help invent the technologies of the future.

Cyber analytics: what the C-suite needs to know

Many organizations have not come to terms with the fact that they will, sooner or later, be hacked. Here’s what c-suite needs to know about cybersecurity.

Faculty Spotlight: Professor Hashem Mehdizadeh Tabrizi, Chair of Computer Science and Unmanned and Autonomous Systems

Professor Hashem Tabrizi’s relationship with Capitol Technology University goes back to his undergraduate days.

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

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

Low Earth Orbital Satellite Mission Control

In Capitol Tech’s Space Flight Operations Training Center, we’re giving students hands-on, mission control experience in flying Low Earth Orbital satellites.

Capitol Tech cyber transfer scholars making a difference – even before graduation

Mechatronics vs. mechanical engineering: why they’re different

Students trying to nail down a major may find themselves perplexed about the distinction between mechatronics and mechanical engineering. Read more to find out the difference between these two overlapping fields.

Why Consider a Degree in Unmanned and Autonomous Systems?

This fast-growing field is transforming almost every sector of the economy. Unmanned and autonomous systems have countless applications.

Machine Learning: A Guide for the Perplexed

By Jason M. Pittman, D.Sc.