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Capitol Technology University - 2016

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Graduate

Admissions Information

Graduate Admission to the College of Engineering

-Potential students must have a completed undergraduate degree from a regionally accredited institution, with a cumulative GPA of no less than 3.0 on a 4.0 scale.
-Bachelor of Science in electrical engineering is preferred but not required.
-Fluency in mathematics: Calculus I, Calculus II, Linear Algebra, Ordinary and Differential Equations, Laplace and Fourier Analysis, and Probability and Statistics for Engineers required.
-Engineering and Science: upper level courses in Control Theory, Signals and Systems, Communication Theory and Microprocessors required. Students with a BSET or equivalent are likely missing these course prerequisites, and can gain access to the curriculum by completing the summer bridge course, EE-500 Advanced Signals and Systems.
-Students must submit an application for admissions and an admissions essay along with official transcripts from their degree granting institution.

Graduate Admission to an Engineering Department

Same as above

Entrance Requirements for Foreign Students

-Applicants must meet general engineering admissions requirements and
-World Education Services Evaluation: (with English translations) of secondary school and/or college records, or examination results when periodic grades are not used for measurement purposes.
-Take the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) and have it submitted to Capitol College (minimum paper-based test score of 500 or computer-based test score of 173 required). Can be waived if mode of instruction is in English or student is from a English-speaking country
-Submit proof of completing a specified level of proficiency at an English language school.

Entrance Requirements for Non-Resident Students

-See requirements listed above. Contact the Office of Admissions for additional information

Residency Requirements

-Graduate students must complete the entire degree program at Capitol College, with the exception of students transferring courses.
-Graduate students are required to maintain satisfactory progress towards the completion of degree requirements, which must be accomplished in seven years. The seven-year period begins when the oldest course applied to the degree was completed. This includes any transfer credits from other institutions.
-Depending on the degree program, a maximum of six to nine semester credits of comparable accredited coursework taken elsewhere may be applied toward a graduate degree. Only courses with a B grade or better will be accepted for transfer.
-Capitol College will not accept continuing education units (CEUs) for transfer.
-Capitol College does have articulations agreements with multiple institutions. Contact the Office of Registration and Records for additional information.

Admissions Requirements for Transfer Students

-Same admissions requirements apply.