Capitol Technology University is proud to be part of a larger community of education-focused organizations and institutions.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Western Governor's University
MarylandOnline - This consortium of community colleges, colleges and universities champions distance learning in Maryland.
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.
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.
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:
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.