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Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems, Telecommunications Systems and Networks, MS


Every day something new happens in the field of telecommunications. In an increasingly interconnected world, telecommunications professionals need both a strong foundation and the skills and knowledge to foster innovation. No program provides a greater understanding of the field of telecommunications than the Pace Master of Science in Telecommunications Systems and Networks.

Specifically designed to offer students a comprehensive and multifaceted education in computer networking and telecommunications, this curriculum covers all the significant aspects including technology, management, and policy. It emphasizes current and emerging Internet-related technologies and applications. The broad nature of the program is ideal for those who wish to enter the field of telecommunications, or current professionals looking for that edge to stay ahead in this ever-changing industry.

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MASTER OF SCIENCE IN TELECOMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS AND NETWORKS

Campus: New York

In an increasingly interconnected world, the role of telecommunications and networking infrastructure continues to grow. New information services and network systems for their distribution will continue to emerge.

The program will serve students seeking a career in telecommunications as well as managerial and professional staff already in the field.

DEGREE REQUIREMENTS
Credits
Core Requirements
27
Electives Courses
9
Total Credits

36
Core Telecommunications Requirements
Credits
CS 607 Simulation and Computer Network Analysis
3
CS 633 Data Communications and Networks
3
CS 634 Computer Networking and the Internet
3
CS 636 Optical Communications and Networks
3
CS 637 Wireless Communications
3
CS 654 Security in Computer Networking
3
IS 650 Telecommunications Management
3
IS 652 Telecommunications Policy and Environment
3
IS 654 Cases in Telecommunications
3

Recommended Electives

Electives may be selected from both the Computer Science (CS) and the Information Systems (IS) offerings. Students are advised to note the prerequisite requirements for particular electives, and to contact their adviser with any questions concerning appropriate electives.

CS 600 Independent Study
1-4
CS 612 Concepts and Structures in Internet Programming
3
CS 635 Topics in Telecommunications
3
CS 638 Network Analysis and Design
3
CS 642 Network Programming and Distributed Applications
3
CS 644 Web Computing
3
CS 651 Secure Distributed System Development
3
CS 652 Secure Web Application Development
3
CS 653 Cryptography and Computer Security
3
IS 617 IS Principles
3
IS 623 IS Design and Development
3
IS 635

Distributed Information Systems

3
IS 641 Information Security Management 3


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