The Master of Science (MS) in Telecommunication incorporates knowledge of engineering, computer science, legal aspects of networking and telecommunication and managerial skills. This program is two years for full time students taking classes in the Spring, Summer and Fall semesters. Students will be allowed to complete the program above two years but cannot exceed three years. They are required to complete at least 36 credit hours prior to graduation. These courses are intended to provide knowledge and critical skills essential for success in the rapidly growing field. Students in this program are expected to develop the following skills upon graduation:

  • Develop a sound knowledge of the basic networking technologies, services and skills
  • The ability to identify and compare networking and telecommunication services and products, and
  • The ability to manage composite telecommunication projects.

The course load will consist of the following:

  • Completion of Coursework
    • ICT Research Seminars (3 hours)
    • Courses in Area of Concentration (21hours)
    • Quantitative and Quantitative Research Methods/Statistics (6 hours)
    • Internship (3 hours)
    • Thesis (3hrs)
  • Submission/Publication of two peer reviewed journal and two conference articles (facilitated through one-to-one mentoring of ICT-U faculty members)

Below is our Fee Structure elaborating all the amount of the respective programs, duration and course material fees:

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View Program Guide for Master of Science in Telecommunication