Summer is a great time to get ahead with classes at Capitol College. Whether you're working toward another degree or are just trying to brush up on a few subjects, Capitol makes it easy for you to continue your education. In this issue of the Capitol Connector, find out how the college is making class attendance convenient for you.
|EET Courses to be offered at SMHEC|
Capitol College has announced that it will begin offering courses in its Bachelor of Science (BS) in electronics engineering technology (EET) program at the Southern Maryland Higher Education Center starting in the Fall 2012 semester.
Located in California, Md., the Southern Maryland Higher Education Center is a great resource for those looking for a Capitol College education in Southern Maryland. Many courses are offered in the traditional classroom setting, while others are offered online. Still others are taught in a hybrid fashion, which blends online learning with traditional classroom learning.
The EET program prepares students for a wide range of practical electronic jobs ranging from circuit analysis to digital design, control and robotics. Learn more about the program.
|MSIA Night Courses For West Coast |
Capitol College is expanding its online course offerings in the master of science program in information assurance (MSIA) to more easily accommodate students living in the Western United States.
For the Fall 2012 semester, classes beginning at 10:30 pm EST, or 7:30 pm PST, will be added to the current offerings.
The master of science in information assurance is a 36-credit graduate program designed to meet the growing demand for highly skilled professionals in the specialty field of information assurance. MSIA graduates are prepared for careers as information systems security officers, information security analysts, administrators and consultants, risk managers and auditors, chief technical officers, chief information officers and many more.
For more information contact the office of graduate admissions. You can also review the course schedule.
|Meet Prof. Angela Walters
Professor Walters has worked at Capitol College since 2000 and is currently the department chair for the astronautical engineering program. While she's taught numerous courses, it's the desire to help students that continues to drive her.
"I wanted to get into teaching in order to train the next generation of 'rocket scientists' that would work in the aerospace industry," Walters said. "What I enjoy most is seeing students graduate and being able to work in their chosen career field."
Read the full interview with Professor Angela Walters.
|Save the Date: Scholarship Golf 2012|
This year, the annual Scholarship Golf tournament will be held on Friday, Sept. 21 at Glenn Dale Golf Club in Glenn Dale, Md.
Registration will be opening soon and foursomes will have the opportunity to register at a group rate of $425. Individual golfers can register for $130. The registration fee includes a light breakfast, lunch, greens fee, golf cart, a coupon for an additional free round of golf, a Capitol College golf shirt and a goody bag with various golf accessories.
Students who receive the benefits of your participation go on to pursue rewarding careers in the STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) fields. For more information about the Scholarship Golf Tournament, contact the Alumni Department at firstname.lastname@example.org.