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Non-thesis M.S. program on Telecommunications and Networking (MSTN) is an interdisciplinary program specifically focusing on the constantly evolving field of information technologies. Graduates of this program are expected to find employment in a broad range of businesses including telecommunications equipment/software manufacturers, internet service providers, wireless network operators, mobile application development businesses, telecommunication chip manufacturers, telecommunications regulatory agencies, and military telecommunication systems development companies.
The program is intended for recent graduates as well as engineers who are currently employed by these businesses/organizations and wish to obtain a specialized advanced degree in telecommunications and networking. Students in this program will learn how to become leader engineers in the ever changing world of global information networking, wireless/optical telecommunication systems and technologies.
In order to get the MSTN degree, students are required to successfully complete courses from a wide range of subjects in telecommunications, networking, computer science, operations research, management and law related to information technologies.
The medium of instruction is English.
Degree Requirements: Students are expected to complete at least ten courses equivalent to at least 30 credit units of course work.
Up to three of these courses can be selected from the undergraduate courses in related fields. In addition to these courses, the students should also complete a one-semester project under the supervision of a faculty member in the Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering.
Expected duration to complete the MSTN study is four semesters, and the maximum duration is six semesters.
Financial AssistanceCurrently over 95% of the graduate students in the Graduate School of Engineering and Science receive financial support. Financial assistance is provided in the form of a tuition waiver or a tuition waiver plus a monthly stipend.
Both admission and financial assistance are based on academic accomplishment and scholarly promise alone, without regard to gender, race, ethnicity, religion, age, national origin or physical disabilities.