Some of our graduates are employed at government agencies and large corporations. Others have started their own tech companies. While each graduate chooses his or her own path, the common bond is that a degree from Capitol Technology University completely prepares you to enter the workforce.
Capitol Technology University is proud to be part of a larger community of education-focused organizations and institutions.
IEEE Education Partners Program - Through the IEEE Education Partners Program (EPP), Capitol offers selected graduate degree and post-baccalaureate certificate programs at a special tuition rate for IEEE full members.
Maryland Digital Library - All Capitol Technology University students and faculty have access to dozens of electronic publications through this online resource. Available are databases, electronic books, journals and other reference works.
MarylandOnline - This consortium of community colleges, colleges and universities champions distance learning in Maryland.
Maryland Space Grant Consortium - The MDSGC, part of NASA’s National Space Grant College and Fellowship Program, contributes to the nation's science enterprise by funding research, education, and public service projects through a national network of 52 college-based Space Grant consortia.
National Cryptologic School (NCS) – Capitol has partnered with the NSA’s National Cryptologic School in order to provide National Security Agency employees and Department of Defense partners with the opportunity to transfer NCS credits towards completing their degree at Capitol. Degrees applicable to this program include bachelors, masters, and doctorate degrees. To learn more, please click here.
National CyberWatch Center - Capitol Technology University is a member of The National CyberWatch Center, an Advanced Technological Education Center funded by a grant from the National Science Foundation. The center, founded in 2005 as a consortium for ten institutions in the DC metro area, has grown to 95 member institutions across 29 states and the District of Columbia. The National CyberWatch Center's mission is to increase the quantity and quality of the cybersecurity (information assurance) workforce through increased education, curriculum development, faculty development, student development, career pathway exploration and development and public awareness.
National Defense University (NDU) - Capitol has partnered with the National Defense University Information Resource Management University (NDU/IRMC) to advance the professional skills and knowledge of active-duty military, veterans and select Department of Defense employees.
ROTC - Capitol Technology University in collaboration with the University of Maryland College Park offers perspective and current students the opportunity to participate in UMCP's ARMY ROTC Program.
Southern Regional Education Board's Electronic Campus - Capitol Technology University is proud to partner with the Southern Regional Education Board to support communities without physical access to college classrooms.
The Graduate School - Capitol Technology University and the Graduate School jointly offer online, noncredit courses in cyber and information security and network security designed to meet the training needs of federal employees.
Capitol Technology University has articulation agreements with a number of colleges that allow students seamlessly transfer to Capitol after they complete their associate's degree:
Baltimore City Community College (BCCC)
College of Southern Maryland (CSM)
Community College of Baltimore County (CCBC)
Hagerstown Community College
Howard Community College
Prince George's Community College (PGCC)
WorWic Community College
The ARTSYS (Articulation System) website operated by the University System of Maryland can help you figure out course equivalencies between Capitol Technology University and the state's community colleges.
As a leader in information assurance and cyber defense education, Capitol Technology University's student body includes a high percentage of active-duty military and veterans. The university collaborates with government agencies and information security awareness organizations, including:
National Security Agency (NSA) and Department of Homeland Security (DHS) - The National Security Agency and the Department of Homeland Security designated Capitol Technology University as a National Center for Academic Excellence in Information Assurance and Cyber Defense Education (CAE-IA/CD). The program is an outreach effort designed by the federal government to reduce vulnerability in the national information infrastructure by promoting higher education in information assurance, and producing professionals with information assurance expertise.
Maryland National Guard - Capitol Technology University has formed a partnership with the Maryland National Guard that allows guard members to take up to 12 credit hours per academic year at one-half the full tuition cost. Capitol is the only institution that offers members such a substantial discount on masters and undergraduate programs. Discount does not apply to doctoral programs.
Fort Meade Alliance - As a part of the Fort Meade Alliance, Capitol Technology University works together with business and community leaders to promote and support Fort George G. Meade as an economic asset and resource to the region.
CyberWatch - A consortium of higher education institutions, businesses, and government agencies in the Washington D.C., Maryland, and Virginia region that is focused on building and maintaining a stronger information security and assurance workforce. In addition, CyberWatch is committed to improving the quality and increasing the awareness of information security in the education and business communities.
Capitol Technology University collaborates with several community organizations and educational programs at the pre-college level, including:
Maryland MESA - Maryland MESA (Mathematics Engineering Science Achievement) prepares K-12 students for academic and professional careers in mathematics, engineering, science, and technology.
First Generation College Bound - Since its start in 1990, First Generation College Bound has held after-school homework clubs at Capitol Technology University to help teens become the first in their family to go to college.
FIRST Robotics Competition - Capitol Technology University annually hosts the Chesapeake Regional remote kickoff for the international robotics contest. FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) strives to inspire high school students to be our next generation of scientists, engineers, researchers and technicians.
Project Lead The Way - Project Lead The Way Inc. is a national program forming partnerships among public schools, higher education institutions and the private sector to increase the quantity and quality of engineers and engineering technologists graduating from colleges and universities.
Friendship Academy of Engineering and Technology - FAET is designed to prepare students for careers in engineering, networking, software development and architectural design and seeks to unify rigorous academic standards, and relevant life and career skills with a student centered project-based focus.
Friendship Academy of Math, Science, and Technology - FAST is designed to help students become masterful at acquiring knowledge and putting it to use. FAST teaches the most current technologies through a standards driven, project-based curriculum that will instill a sense of confidence in students and lead them to the path of entrepreneurship.
Center for Space Science Education and Public Outreach - Capitol Technology University's Center for Space Science and Public Outreach (SSEPO) provides hands-on education and workforce development experiences for students of all ages.
To promote economic development, technological innovation and access to education, Capitol Technology University is an active member of various business and industry organizations.
Baltimore Washington Corridor Chamber of Commerce
Greater Baltimore Technology Council
Greater Washington Initiative
International Wireless Communications Expo (IWCE)
Technology Council of Maryland
At Capitol Technology University, we take pride in providing partner organizations with professionals who are goal-oriented, knowledgeable, and career-focused.” When Capitol students enter the workforce, they “hit the ground running.”
Capitol Technology University is committed to developing and growing relationships with the corporate community as an integral part of our success. Find out more about our Corporate Partnership Program below.
News and Updates
Capitol Technology University is proud to partner with the International Wireless Communicatons Expo, the authoritative annual event for communications technology professionals in the working world. IWCE features over 370 exhibitors showcasing the latest products and trends in the industry. Over 7,000 individuals attend from a diverse group of industry professionals including government/military; public safety (law enforcement, fire service, emergency medical & 911); utility; transportation and business enterprise.
Visit the IWCE registration page.