Capitol Technology University offers a broad array of educational opportunities to help working professionals improve their skills and advance in their careers.
The Critical Infrastructures and Cyber Protection Center at Capitol offers courses that address the technical and managerial needs of the nation’s professional workforce in the areas of critical infrastructure protection and homeland security.
The college also offers seven master's degree programs in the fields of astronautical engineering, business administration, computer science, electrical engineering, internet engineering, information assurance, and information and telecommunications systems management. For information on admissions, click here.
Also offered are both undergraduate and graduate certificate programs that upgrade students' knowledge and skills without requiring the investment of a full degree program.
The ten undergraduate certificate programs are programming and data management, financial management, object-oriented programming, operations management, web programming, computer and network security, personnel management, software engineering, space missions and operations specialist, and website development.
The six graduate certificate programs are client-server and wireless devices, component technologies and online collaboration, information assurance administration, information technology, network protection, and security management.