Master of Science in the Field of Telecommunications Engineering
The master of science in the field of telecommunications engineering degree program is designed for the practicing or aspiring telecommunications engineer. The program provides students with a foundation in the fundamentals of telecommunications engineering, including topics such as transmission systems, computer networking, network architectures and protocols, and telecommunications security protocols. In addition, students have the option to take courses on optical networking, wireless networking, and cloud computing.
Specific admission requirements are shown on the Graduate Program Finder.
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The following requirements must be fulfilled: 30 credits, including 15 credits in required courses, 15 credits in elective courses, and a zero-credit colloquium. Thesis and non-thesis options are available. Students should contact the department concerning these options.
|ECE 6035||Introduction to Computer Networks|
|ECE 6550||Advanced Network Architectures|
|ECE 6565||Telecommunications Security|
|ECE 6575||Optical Communication Networks|
|ECE 6580||Wireless Networks|
|Three of the following:|
|ECE 6005||Microcomputer Systems Architecture|
|ECE 6015||Stochastic Processes in Engineering|
|ECE 6130||Grid and Cloud Computing|
|ECE 6560||Network Performance Analysis|
|ECE 6570||Telecommunications Security Protocols|
|6 credits of electives|
Additional requirements found on the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering Master's Degree requirements webpage.