The Technology, Cybersecurity and Policy program (TCP) wireless networks and technologies graduate certificate offers students foundational knowledge and technical skills in the highly sought-after job relevant area of wireless networking. Students seeking a certificate can also apply their TCP course credits toward a master's degree in the program. This ecosystem is evolving and many exciting things are happening in the wireless space including 5G research and deployment, space and aerospace applications, the deployment of the Internet of Things (IoT) and the associated policy and other issues.
For more information, visit the program's Graduate Certificates webpage.
The wireless networks and technologies graduate certificate requires the completion of 12 credit hours and is currently offered on-campus only.
|CYBR 5010||Fundamentals of Data Communication||3|
|CYBR 5220||Wireless Local Area Networks||3|
|CYBR 5215||Wireless and Cellular Systems||3|
|CYBR 5830||Special Topics (Wireless Systems)||3|
|Total Credit Hours||12|