As part of the School of Business and Information Sciences, the doctor of science in Information assurance degree (DSc) will enable professionals from the information assurance industry to understand and evaluate the scope and impact of systems and technology from institutional, industry and global perspectives. The intent of the program is to provide the student an academic environment to support the development of high-level critical thinking and leadership skills as they relate to IA, to develop high-level IA technical skills, and to provide positive doctoral research experience allowing innovative and practical contributions to the IA body of knowledge. The DSc program provides a balance between a strong theoretical foundation, hands-on experience and innovative research.
Capitol College offers seven master's degree programs for students seeking to expand their knowledge and advance in their careers. The programs are in an accelerated format, with eight-week as well as 16-week courses. The courses are offered exclusively online with a unique delivery - real-time, live streaming audio. The courses provide the convenience of online learning with the stimulation of a classroom experience.
Capitol College offers six graduate certificates that are useful for professionals who already hold a master's degree or who want to learn more about a topic without the commitment of completing an entire degree. The programs typically consist of four online courses.
You can later apply your credits toward a master's degree.
If you complete both of the certificates in either Internet Engineering (“Client/Server and Wireless Devices” and “Component Technologies and Online Collaboration”), you are just two courses away from completing the MS in Internet Engineering. Completion of three post-graduate certificates in information assurance (“Network Protection,” “Security Management” and “Information Assurance Administration”) is equivalent to earning a master’s degree in Information Assurance.
Courses from other institutions cannot be transferred toward a graduate certificate. Certificates, all of which are 12 credits, are available in the following areas: