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Register Now for this Sunday’s Virtual Doctoral Open House

Are you ready to jump-start your career, update and expand your field knowledge, and increase your earning potential? Then sign up now for Capitol’s virtual Doctoral Open House this Sunday, February 9 at 2:00 p.m. Register now!

If you’re still unsure of the personal and professional benefits of a doctoral degree—especially the proven benefits of a Capitol doctoral degree—read on for information from Ian McAndrew, Dean of Doctoral Programs and testimonials from program graduates.

Open houses provide students the opportunity to ask Capitol’s program leaders important questions, gain information, and alleviate stress before making the commitment to enroll. A virtual open house means you can do all of this in real time without ever leaving home so you can still take care of the kids, clean around the house, and (hopefully) relax before you head back to work on Monday.

The doctoral virtual open house is a high level overview of the University's programs hosted by Dr. McAndrew who takes the time to go over each program and the application process in addition to answering questions live. 

“Capitol Technology University is one of very few North American universities that offer doctorates by teaching, thesis, or publication. Those interested in an academic career can gain an advantage by completing a doctorate and have a proven publication record of accomplishment,” said Dr. McAndrew, who added “we are here to support students so they complete on time with quality work of a worldwide standard.”

Under the direction of Dr. Sims, President of Capitol Technology University, faculty and staff work hard to ensure Capitol’s completion rates are significantly higher than competitors. In the spring semester of 2019, 31 students successfully defended their work and in the spring 2020 semester 40 new doctorate students started on our various programs.Overall, Capitol's doctoral programs have produced around 150 experts in STEM fields.

Doctoral degrees in STEM are not just exercises in theory, there are real-world implications and applications to the research our students are doing," said Cameron Newsome, Capitol's Director of Admissions. "Our programs allow for students to push the pace of innovation in everything from Aviation to Human Factors, Artificial Intelligence, Cybersecurity, and Construction Management and Critical Infrastructure."

Capitol’s first doctorate in information assurance (now the Doctorate in Cybersecurity) was added in 2010. Since then the doctoral program has expanded significantly to offer the following degrees:

virtual Doctoral Open House this Sunday, February 9 at 2:00 p.m.

Capitol's faculty is here to ensure success and students’ completions on time which is around 60%, which is much higher than the national average and will be higher by the end of this academic year. 

Register for the virtual Doctoral Open House this Sunday and see the commitment that Capitol faculty has to help you succeed on your academic path and graduate with an internationally respected doctoral degree so no matter where your career takes you, you are prepared.