Graduate Certificate: Telecommunications and Networking
The objective of the certificate is to provide expertise in the development, maintenance, and supervision of telecommunication systems and computer networks.
Admission to the certificate program requires a baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited college or university with a satisfactory academic record.
Students must satisfy the prerequisites of the courses that they will take.
18 credits (six courses) are to be taken from the list of courses below:
A 3-credit course is to be selected from the following two courses:
15 credits (five courses) are to be selected from the following courses:
- CSCI6730 Advanced Network: TCP/IP and Routing
- CSCI6732 Local Area Networks
- CSCI6736 Wireless LANs
- CSCI6844 Programming for the Internet
- CSCI6869 Network Security
- EENG6747 Digital Communications
- EENG7738 Wireless Communications
- EENG7748 Advanced Digital Communications
Under the guidance of the Academic Advisor, courses appropriately selected and completed through this certificate program can be credited toward the M.S. Computer Science, M.S. Computer Engineering, or M.S. Electrical Engineering (Specialization in DSP/Communications) program. Other courses may be substituted with prior approval of the Academic Advisor.
Special tuition rate is available at 33 1/3% off the regular tuition rate for eligible students.