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Thank you for your interest in Capitol Technology University.  Whether you're interested in engineering, computer science, information technology or business, Capitol will prepare you for a great career. We'll help you start one, enhance one or transition to a new one -- all through state-of-the-art programs that focus on practical applications and new thinking. You'll find accelerated classes, online options and an easy transition from undergraduate to graduate programs. To receive more information, simply fill out the inquiry form below.  Or if you are ready to get started at Capitol, you can complete the application for admission.

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Capitol Technology University's Office of Undergraduate Admissions welcomes applications from first-time freshmen and transfer students. Upon submitting all of your required materials you can expect to hear from us within two weeks.
Prospective master’s students will receive official communication via email within one week of completing their applications.
Prospective doctoral students should be aware that the admissions committee meets three times per year to make admissions decisions for the following semester.
We are excited that you have chosen Capitol to pursue your studies, and look forward to reviewing your materials.

    Doctor of Science in Cybersecurity Application  
    Masters Program Application  
    Undergraduate Full-Time Application  
    Undergraduate Part-Time Application  
    PhD in Business Analytics and Decision Sciences  
    PhD in Technology with MS in Research Methods  

The combination program is only for students who desire a Ph.D. in Technology, but do not possess an appropriate Master's degree. The M.S. in Research Methods cannot be taken as a stand-alone degree.

    PhD programs (not Business)