New students admitted with credit transfer are also required to pay the full program fee. Students who take additional courses or need to retake any courses are required to pay additional fee.)
Due to the rapid introduction and proliferation of telecommunication technologies such as wireless Local Area Network (WLAN), 3G systems, broadband multimedia communication, etc., there is a need for the telecommunication practitioners, technologists and managers to update themselves.
The Master of Science (MSc) Program in Telecommunications is designed for people with a bachelor’s degree in Science or Engineering who are interested in acquiring in-depth knowledge in telecommunications. The program aims to equip students with in-depth and up-to-date technical knowledge based on the latest topics in wireless systems, optical networking, broadband multimedia communications, and convergence protocols.
What You’ll Learn
Minimum Credit Requirement
Subject to the approval of the Program Director and the University regulations governing credit transfer, a maximum of 9 credits can be transferred to the program.
EESM 5515IP Networks3 Credit(s)
EESM 5536Digital Communications3 Credit(s)
EESM 5539Wireless Communication Networks3 Credit(s)
EESM 5540Introduction to Telecommunication Networks3 Credit(s)
EESM 5546Wireless Communication Systems3 Credit(s)
EESM 5547Multimedia Signal Processing3 Credit(s)
EESM 5820Current and Emerging Technologies in Telecommunications3 Credit(s)
EESM 5900*Special Topics3 Credit(s)
EESM 5910Topics in Telecommunications and Network Convergence3 Credit(s)
* Students may take EESM 5900 for a maximum of 6 credits.
Alternatively, subject to prior approval of the Program Director, students may take a maximum of 9 credits from outside this list offered by other programs. These 9 credits may include:
EESM courses not in the above list, and
A maximum of 3 credits of non-EESM courses.
The availability of courses offered by other programs may be subject to quota limitations imposed by individual programs.
Students are required to repeat EESM 6980 to obtain 6 credits for graduation.
EESM 6980MSc Project1-4 Credit(s)
Part-time students may take a maximum of 9 credits in each term.
Students failing to meet the graduation grade average (GGA) requirement of 2.850 or above are required to repeat or take additional course(s) even if they attain passing grades for all courses.
On successful completion of the program, graduates will be able to:
- Analyze and evaluate telecommunications problems;
- Combine theoretical principles and practical implementations to solve telecommunications problems;
- Communicate in their fields of study through writing and discussions with other professionals; and
- Interpret scientific literature and contemporary innovations in telecommunications.