The Master of Science in Telecommunications Engineering Technology degree program responds to the high demand of most businesses today for amply skilled and competent network administrators. The curriculum for this program includes course works that focus on the design, creation, and management of networks and telecommunication structures. The program intends to produce knowledgeable administrators adept in managing communications networks of various business organizations. The program also prepares students in their careers in various organizational fields such as education, health care, corporations, and many others.
Students must complete all the required foundation courses. Each course is valued as 3 Credits. MEng525 Introduction to Telecommunication Technology
Foundation Courses (36 Credits)
- MEng525 Introduction to Telecommunication Technology
- MEng530 Management of Wireless Communication
- MEng545 Introduction to Broadband Networking
- MEng553 Networking Security
- MEng560 Probability and Stochastic Process
- MEng666 High Speed Communication Circuits
- MEng670 Artificial Intelligence
- MEng675 Network Optimization
- MEng683 Communication and Information Policy
- MCA 669 Computer Ethics
- GRES 690 Master's Thesis
Electives (3 Credits)
Students must complete one course from electives. Each course is valued as 3 Credits.
- MENG 600 Project Costing
- MCA 510 Information Technology Management
- MCA 525 Project Management
- Enable students to acquire the necessary concepts and technical competencies related to Information Technology
- Familiarize students with different management information systems being used in various organizations
- Equip students with fundamental skills in web programming logic and algorithms, technical writing, and business systems
- Adequately train students in troubleshooting tasks, setting up of security firewalls and maintenance of network and programs
- Develop awareness of social dependability and importance of practicing ethical principles.
Total Credits required for Master of Science in Telecommunications Engineering Technology is 39.