Telecommunications relates to the transmission of signals of any nature by radio, wire, or other electromagnetic systems. Applications include telephone and internet networks among others. Telecommunication occurs when the exchange of information between communication participants includes the use of technology.
It is transmitted either electrically over physical media, such as cables, or via electromagnetic radiation. As a result the field of telecommunication has a significant social, cultural and economic impact on modern society.
Each university’s telecommunications degree will vary slightly according to the interests and specialties of its faculty. Nevertheless, the majority of programs will address these core areas:
A telecommunication student gets an opportunity to study the basic principles of telecommunication theory and how they are implemented in the real world. Listed below are some of the core courses in a Master’s in Telecommunication Engineering program:
The objective of a Masters in Telecommunication Engineering program is to educate individuals in one or more of these telecommunication specializations. Specializations topics include:
The requirements for a Masters in Telecommunication Engineering vary from university to university. However some basic requirements include:
Most of the universities in the USA, Canada require you to give the GRE. Few universities from Germany require GRE scores. However, GRE is not required for admission to Australian universities.
IELTS or TOEFL is compulsory for acquiring student visa and as a proof of English proficiency.
Students who have earned a BS degree may apply to the Masters in Telecommunications Engineering program.
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