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Learn, Build, Launch Days About to Take Off

Have you ever watched a rocket launch and dreamed of someday sending something you made into space? Do you want to learn more about the technology used by space industry leaders like NASA? Do you want to plan your own mission and learn to speak like a flight controller?

2019 Career Conference

Career preparation is a major priority at Capitol.

Capitol Participates in Cybersecurity Competition, the Mid-Atlantic CCDC

The clock is ticking. Hackers have invaded the system and it’s going down piece by piece. They’ve just lost another one and the attack keeps on coming.

Engineers Week 2019

National Engineers Week was established in 1951 by the National Society of Professional Engineers to promote interest in, and national awar

Capitol: a military-friendly university

Are you looking for a college or university that works to create sustainable, meaningful educational opportunities for military personnel – including active duty, reserve, and veterans – and their spouses?

Capitol Tech partners with DSA on critical infrastructure programs

Capitol Tech is forging a partnership with a well-established federal contractor, Data Systems Analysts (DSA), as the school launches new undergraduate, master’s and doctoral degree programs in

Survey: Capitol’s online master’s in computer science among nation’s best

President Sims selected as Purdue distinguished alumnus

Capitol Technology University’s president, Dr. Bradford Sims, is being honored by his alma mater for his achievements.

Untangling UAV legal and security issues: Capitol Tech’s McAndrew chairs conference

Unmanned autonomous vehicles – whether on land, underwater, or in the air – have countless potential uses, but security concerns and legal restrictions will need to be untangled in order for the field to take off, says a prominent researcher at Capitol Technology University.

After a momentous 2018, pace of change to continue at Capitol Tech

New programs, partnerships, and resources for students topped the agenda at Capitol Technology University during 2018, and the trend is set to continue this year.