Ms in telecommunication degrees - results 1-5 of 5

  1. MS in Telecommunication

    Boston University - Boston, MA

    • MS

    Metropolitan CollegeÕs Master of Science (MS) in Telecommunication program integrates knowledge of the computer science, engineering, managerial, and legal aspects of networking and telecommunications. The program is designed to provide knowledge and

  2. MS in Telecommunication

    Boston University - Boston, MA

    • MS

    NOTE: This site is an archive of 2012–2013 programs and policies at Boston University Metropolitan College. If you are looking for current information about Metropolitan College and its programs, please go to our official website.

  3. Network Defense

    Capella University - Minneapolis, MN

    • Certificate

    and managerial controls critical success in a network defense career. You’ll earn a marketable credential in as little as 9 months. In addition, the credits you earn can be transferred into the MS-IAS in Network Defense program when you are ready to take the next step. For those with a current CISSP, earn your certificate and MS-IAS

  4. Educational and Instructional Technology

    National University - La Jolla, CA

    • Master of Science

    school instruction, and online instruction in higher education. Graduates will be prepared for the rapidly growing employment opportunities available to people skilled in applying emerging information and telecommunication technologies to solving instructional problems. These graduates will be capable of applying their knowledge and skills to any situation in which digital technologies hold

  5. Information Science

    Clarkson University - Potsdam, NY

    • Masters

    and must include a course in a language like C++, another in the principles of computing and telecommunication systems, one course which focuses on the management of technology, and others in the application of information technology and graduate seminars. Students must complete at least six hours of project work in the program, and remaining credits