BS Telecommunication Engineering
This Bachelors in Telecommunication Engineering is 4 years degree programme which focuses on one of the most important areas of modern engineering. Traditional wired communication firms, mobile & cellular companies, wireless local loop operators, and broadband communication providers all contribute to this new industry foundation. With the expansion of digital communication and the rapid growth of the information technology and telecommunications sectors, a new industrial base has emerged, necessitating engineers with more specific abilities in this field. The degree combines the latest digital technology as well as classic communication strategies, in order to meet the demands of this rapidly changing business. Students learn the principles of Electrical Engineering in the beginning stages, which is then followed by essential mathematics and physics courses. Students spend four years working in a variety of labs, performing experiments with cutting-edge tools, equipment, and simulation software. Further sub-specializations are available as electives courses for graduates to get a deeper understanding of this engineering programme.
- Linear networks analysis and synthesis
- Access networks and shared media
- Systems Architecture
- Linear Systems
- Electronic components and circuits
- Systems Programming
- Systems and Circuits
- Linear Algebra
- Digital Electronics
- Candidates should have secured a minimum of 50% aggregate marks in Intermediate.
- Candidates must have studied Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics as core subjects with Biology/ Computer Science and Electronics as optional subjects in Intermediate.
- Passing marks in entry test.
A Bachelor of Engineering Technology (Telecommunications) could lead to jobs like these:
- Industrial Design Engineers
- Network Architects
- Network Analyst
- Broadcasting Technician
- Communications Engineer
- Microwave Engineer
- Communications Lines-person
- Electronics Engineering Associate
- Security System Technician
- Telecommunications Technician
- Electrical Engineer
- Electronic Equipment Technician
The graduated of telecommunication engineers also find employment in broader areas such as electronic engineering, instrumentation engineering, computer engineering, systems analysis and control engineering.