Telecommunications

The cross disciplinary minor in telecommunications is designed to augment the student's major program with a package of courses that will prepare the graduate to obtain a position as a telecommunication/network professional and fill a societal need in one of the fastest growing areas of technology.

The program is developed as a minor principally for three major programs: computer science, integrated science and technology (for students not in the telecommunications concentration), and computer information systems. However, the program is open to any undergraduate with an interest in telecommunications and some computer background.

The telecommunications minor will instill knowledge of:

Students are encouraged to check prerequisites. At most four courses can be used to satisfy both the telecommunications minor and a student's major requirements.

Required Courses Credit Hours
CIS/CS 320. Telecommunications and Information Processing 3
CS/ISAT 460. TCP/IP Networks 3
CS 461. Internetworking 3
Choose one of the following: 3-4
CIS 221. Principlies of Programming  
CS 139. Algorithm Development  
ISAT 252. Programing and Problem Solving  
Choose one of the following: 3
CS/ISAT 464. Telecom in Public Interest  
SMAD 356. Telecommunications Policy and Regulation  
Choose one of the following: 3
CS/ISAT 462. Network Applications Development  
CS/ISAT 463. Netowrk Analysis and Design  
CS 458. Cyber Defense  
ISAT 465. Wireless Networking, Security and Forensics  

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