Master Global Telecom Systems and Techniques

  • 12 classes
  • 54 credits
  • 1 Masters Degree

The Career you’ve always wanted


take the path
to a rewarding career

  • Telecommunications Specialists
  • Systems Specialist
  • Computer Systems Analyst
  • Computer Systems Analyst

complete your
Master of Science in Networking and Telecommunications

through classroom instruction at one of our Virginia campuses, online instruction, or a combination of both.

total required for graduation

54
credits

12
classes

Earn Your DEGREE
on Your Time
CampusOnline

On Campus or online

Where our classes are offered

Time

5 - 10 weeks

Time needed to complete a class

Calander

15 Months

Time needed to finish a master’s degree

Program Requirements

Complete Your Degreeby meeting the following program requirements
  • Complete Core Requirements
  • Complete Electives requirement

Core Requirements

Complete the following core requirements for the Master of Science in Networking and Telecommunications

Core Requirements

Complete all following courses

CIS520
Wireless Telecommunications
CIS580
Data Networking
CIS593
Routing and Switching I
CIS594
Routing and Switching II
EBM502
Research Methods
EBM680
Project Management
SOF570
Network Security
SOF590
Software Engineering Capstone

Electives

Complete the Following Electives for the Master of Science in Networking and Telecommunications

Electives

Select 4 courses from

CIS530
Digital Communications
CIS540
Signal Processing
CIS550
Wireless and Fixed Hybrid Networks
CIS560
Satellite Communications
CIS570
Fiber Optic Communications
CIS601
Distributed Computing Systems
CIS620
Telecommunications Applications Architecture
ISM560
Cloud Computing
SOF575
Internet Protocols
SOF595
Current Topics in Software Engineering I
SOF596
Current Topics in Software Engineering II
SOF597
Current Topics in Software Engineering III
SOF598
Current Topics in Software Engineering IV

Cooperative Education

In this optional program area, students benefit from the opportunity to apply the skills learned in the classroom in a real world environment. Students may incorporate cooperative education courses throughout the program instead of waiting until program completion. These optional courses are in addition to the program outline above.

Cooperative Education

CIS500
Cooperative Education I: Computer Information Systems
CIS501
Cooperative Education II: Computer Information Systems
CIS502
Cooperative Education III: Computer Information Systems
CIS503
Cooperative Education IV: Computer Information Systems
  • Core
    Requirements

    Core
    Requirements

    In this optional program area, students benefit from the opportunity to apply the skills learned in the classroom in a real world environment. Students may incorporate cooperative education courses throughout the program instead of waiting until program completion. These optional courses are in addition to the program outline above.

    • Core Requirements

      Complete all following courses

      CIS520
      Wireless Telecommunications
      CIS580
      Data Networking
      CIS593
      Routing and Switching I
      CIS594
      Routing and Switching II
      EBM502
      Research Methods
      EBM680
      Project Management
      SOF570
      Network Security
      SOF590
      Software Engineering Capstone
  • Electives

    Electives

    In this optional program area, students benefit from the opportunity to apply the skills learned in the classroom in a real world environment. Students may incorporate cooperative education courses throughout the program instead of waiting until program completion. These optional courses are in addition to the program outline above.

    • Electives

      Select 4 courses from

      CIS530
      Digital Communications
      CIS540
      Signal Processing
      CIS550
      Wireless and Fixed Hybrid Networks
      CIS560
      Satellite Communications
      CIS570
      Fiber Optic Communications
      CIS601
      Distributed Computing Systems
      CIS620
      Telecommunications Applications Architecture
      ISM560
      Cloud Computing
      SOF575
      Internet Protocols
      SOF595
      Current Topics in Software Engineering I
      SOF596
      Current Topics in Software Engineering II
      SOF597
      Current Topics in Software Engineering III
      SOF598
      Current Topics in Software Engineering IV
  • Cooperative Education

    Cooperative Education

    In this optional program area, students benefit from the opportunity to apply the skills learned in the classroom in a real world environment. Students may incorporate cooperative education courses throughout the program instead of waiting until program completion. These optional courses are in addition to the program outline above.

    • Cooperative Education

      CIS500
      Cooperative Education I: Computer Information Systems
      CIS501
      Cooperative Education II: Computer Information Systems
      CIS502
      Cooperative Education III: Computer Information Systems
      CIS503
      Cooperative Education IV: Computer Information Systems

apply what you’ve learned through

capstone projects

  • professional research
  • cumulative application
  • real world solutions
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