Be one of the innovative leaders helping to shape the ever-evolving future of telecommunications.
This program is no longer accepting new student applications.
The telecommunications engineering technology program includes eight core courses that introduce essential fundamental concepts and skills. Students are required to complete a comprehensive exam, a capstone project, or a thesis.
Networking: Routing: BGP, OSPF, EIGRP, RIP Switching: VTP, STP, VLAN, SDN
Protocols: 802.11 protocol, Active Directory, Integrated Routing & Bridging, VPN, NAT, DHCP, DNS, IPv4/v6, TCP,VoIP, MPLS,Cloud computing, LAN/ WAN design
Servers: DHCP, DNS, SFTP, Exchange 2010, NX
Devices: Cisco Routers and Switches, Raspberry Pi
Wireless: CDMA, GSM, LTE, Bluetooth, Software Radio Design, USRP (SDR), RF
Languages: Shell Scripting, Python, VHDL, Verilog, C
Applications: MATLAB, GNS3, GNU Radio, VMware, Cisco Packet Tracer, MULTISIM
Operating Systems: Windows, LINUX (Red Hat, Ubuntu)
Program facilities equipment
Students are exposed to the REDCOM Telecommunications Systems Lab, Cisco VoIP, Lucent DSLAM, Nortel OC-3, P-com Tel-Link, REDCOM MDX, Tellabs DCC, TTC T-Bird, Allworks VoIP. Edcom Fiber Optics Communications Kits, Agilent 86143B Optical Spectrum Analyzer, Keithley 428 Programmable Current Amplifier, LeCroy WaveSurfer 3022 Oscilloscope, LDC 201 100mA Laser Diode & 2A TEC Controller, Photonics Systems Lab.
Program job titles reported
Client Services Engineer, Cloud Support Associate, Information Technology, NOC Engineer, Network Engineer, Network Automation Engineer, Systems Network Administrator
Select program hiring partners
Amazon, Arrcus, Inc.; Carestream Health; Cloud9 Infosystems; Constellation Brands, Inc.; Hewlett Packard Enterprise; Kodak Alaris; Legrand North America; Microsoft; New York Power Authority; Palo Alto Networks; PPC Broadband, Inc.; Tech Mahindra; Tesla
|Outcome||% of Students|
|Full-time Graduate Study||6.00%|