B. Eng. (Hons) Communication Engineering (RK 53)
The focus of the Communications Engineering degree is to provide excellent education in modern telecommunications, networks and systems. The program specifically provides a solid educational foundation in electrical networks, electronics, electromagnetics, computers, digital systems and communications. Mastery of these areas provides students with the ability to adapt and maintain leadership roles in their post-baccalaureate pursuits through the application of fundamental principles to a rapidly changing and growing discipline. Our graduates are trained in a variety of subfields of telecommunication engineering at the systems level. This prepares them for rewarding and successful careers in telecommunications-cellular and mobile, data communications, network architectures, wireless, optical networking and next generation networks.
The degree program ensures that the design experience, which includes both analytical and experimental studies, is integrated throughout the curriculum in a sequential development leading to advanced work. Design problems are frequently assigned in both lecture and laboratory courses. Students are required to complete a major design project during their senior year. Cooperative education programs with IT and Communications companies further supplement the design experience.
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