MS Telecommunication Engineering
The Masters in Telecommunications Engineering is 2 years degree program that is designed to give students the skills and talents that telecommunications firms require.The program covers both electronic and telecommunication engineering, as telecommunication systems are mostly dependent on electronic principles. One notable element is the encouragement of practical work throughout the curriculum, allowing students to get valuable 'hands-on' experience. This practical study comprises basic electronics, microprocessors, digital electronics, and advanced electronics and goes from simple, theoretical experiments to work on advanced, modern telecommunication systems. The practical work is heavily reliant on the students' enthusiasm, dedication, and participation. Students get the option to work independently on a major project in the telecommunications industry during the course's final year. An external project coordinator or internal supervisor is in charge of this project.
- Integrated circuits and microelectronic
- High frequency technology
- Telematic Applications
- Digital Communications
- Information Skills
- Electronic Systems
- Electromagnetic Fields
- Microprocessor based digital systems
- Communication Theory
- Communications networks and services
- BS in Telecommunication Engineering with minimum 2.5 CGPA or equivalent from HEC recognized institute.
- Passing marks in entry test.
Telecommunication engineers are needed in almost every major national and international industry, including construction, cellular communications, consumer electronics, industrial automation, medical technology, teaching, and research. Students with a telecommunication engineering specialty can choose from a variety of professional pathways in a variety of sectors. Students will be able to design, implement, and manage communication and information systems after graduation, with career options in areas such as computer communications and networking, mobile communications (with an emphasis on 3G and 4G), TV and radio broadcasting, optical networking, instrumentation and control, satellites and radars, and microwave communications. Highly qualified engineers have a variety of job options in the telecommunications business, including private and public sector organizations, as well as the military forces. Because telecommunications is such a worldwide industry, there are also job chances in other European nations and abroad. Because this curriculum is quite similar to the degree in Electronic Engineering, graduates will have a lot of freedom and will be able to apply for jobs in both electronic and telecommunication industries. For people with good qualifications in the field, there are several job options. Telecommunications graduates can find work in a variety of fields, including.
- Cellular and Mobile Telephony
- Satellite Systems
- Computer Networking
- Internet Engineering