The Electrical and Computer Engineering Graduate Program at UTDallas offers a master of science and doctor of philosophy degrees in telecommunications engineering to engineers who wish to continue their education. As a Telecommunications Engineering and Computer Science interdisciplinary program, students are prepared for leadership roles in research, development and design positions that require the use of skillful and imaginative solutions to engineering problems.
Our master’s degree program has been carefully designed for students to gain breadth of knowledge in software and hardware of telecommunications, network theory and technology. It is flexible enough for students to specialize in the area of their choice. Meanwhile, our doctoral degree program prepares individuals to perform original, leading-edge research in a variety of subfields of telecommunication engineering such as including, fault-tolerant computing and parallel processing; in preparation for research and development positions in these high-technology industries.
Why join the Telecommunications Engineering Graduate Program at UTDallas?
Our graduate engineering school is ranked #3 among public schools in Texas according to the 2019 US News & World Report Rankings. Because of our strong collaborative programs with Dallas-area high-technology companies, students get an education tailored for professional practice in telecommunications engineering. Courses offered are taught by a large number of teaching Faculty who are also engaged in research; many have professional experience in industry.
Students seeking a Master of Science in Telecommunications Engineering must complete 33 semester hours beyond the baccalaureate; (four core courses and seven electives). Each student must complete seven elective courses, four of which must come from the recommended elective course group - two each from the recommended computer engineering and computer science elective groups. Two can be graduate courses offered by the Erik Jonsson School.
Students seeking a Doctor of Philosophy in Telecommunications Engineering must complete minimum 75 semester hours beyond the baccalaureate. Some of our research areas includes digital signal processing, digital communications, modulation and coding, electromagnetic-wave propagation, fiber and integrated optics, lasers, wireless communications, mobile IP, wireless multimedia, DWDM networks, QoS assurance protocols, network design and optimization, telecommunications software, performance of systems, ad-hoc and PCS wireless networks, network security and high speed protocols, fault-tolerant computing and parallel processing.
Mailing Address: ECE Graduate Program, The University of Texas at Dallas, 800 W. Campbell Rd. EC33, TX 75080, USA
ECE Graduate Program Head: Dinesh Bhatia
CE/TE Program Head: Mehrdad Nourani
Graduate Program Information: [email protected]
Office: ECSN 4.524
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