Top-notch professors. Professors are highly regarded in their fields - experts in engineering, computer science and management. Capitol offers the nation's first master's program in network security. The college is designated by the National Security Agency and U.S. Department of Homeland Security as a National Center of Academic Excellence in information assurance. Capitol is one of just 10 colleges and universities endorsed by the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers as an academic partner and provider of quality engineering education.
Accelerated programs. Master's degree programs can be completed in 18 months. For busy working students, there are eight-week term and 16-week semester courses.
Affordable cost. Capitol's graduate tuition and fees are quite competitive. Two of the programs - computer science and electrical engineering - are listed as "Best Buys" by www.geteducated.com, an online-degree clearinghouse. The website also ranks Capitol's information assurance program as a "Best Buy" honorable mention.
Non-degree options. For those seeking specific skills without completing an entire degree, Capitol offers seven graduate certificate programs.
Graduate courses are eight weeks and are offered in six terms throughout the year. Prospective students can apply anytime and generally can begin taking courses at the beginning of the next term.