Graduate Programs

M.S. in Computer and Communication Engineering (MCCE)

M.S. program in Computer and Communication Engineering (MCCE) is a two years intensive program which includes course work as well as a research project work. The M.S. program in CCE is designed to produce highly motivated and trained telecom specialists for the new frontiers of engineering. The CCE program focuses on providing excellent education in modern communications networks and systems, preparing students for outstanding careers in telecommunications, data communications, network architecture, wireless, sensing, processing storage and transmission of information and optical networking. The program is based on a solid foundation of science and mathematics coursework. Students in this program are given an opportunity to:

Graduates in this program will play an effective role in research and development in various computer and telecommunication industries.

MCCE graduates would have met the following Program Objectives:

1. Conceptual knowledge and technical skills: Graduates of the program will be able to demonstrate understanding of the fundamental concepts underlying computer  and telecommunications engineering. Graduates of the program will also gain the technical skill required to complete the tasks expected of a computer or telecommunications engineer.

2. Analytical Ability: Graduates of the program will gain the skills required for analysis and problem solving. The program is heavily focused on the development of solutions to problems that are similar to those that students will encounter in a professional setting. The students gain the skills required to specify technical problems, identify potential solutions and to create and implement a solution to the problem.

 3. Professional and communication skills: Graduates of the program will be able to continue their professional development and gain the communication skills required to ensure their ability to operate in an increasingly global industry.