The Interdisciplinary Telecommunications Program's (ITP) network architecture graduate certificate offers students educational, foundational knowledge and technical skills in career directions of: network engineering, network security, wireless networking, and telecom policy and strategy. There is increasingly a demand for high level problem solving and leadership in these areas. Further, students seeking this certificate can also apply their course credits toward a master's degree in ITP if they decide to continue on in their studies.
For more information, visit the program's Graduate Certificates webpage.
The network architecture graduate certificate requires the completion of 12 credit hours and is offered on-campus only at this time.
|CYBR 5010||Fundamentals of Data Communication||3|
|TLEN 5842||Linux Systems Administration||3|
|CYBR 5150||Network Management and Automation||3|
|CYBR 5001||Fundamentals of Telecom & Broadband Systems||3|
|Total Credit Hours||12|