M.Engg in Telecommunications (MTEL) is designed for those with an education or professional background in Science/Technical areas and wishing to equip themselves with the up- to- date skills and expertise to make strategic, technical, financial and management decisions that are reliable, well grounded and commercially viable in the ever-changing world of Telecommunication. The program is offered jointly by the Faculty of Engineering and Faculty of Science and Information Technology.
This 36 (Thirty-Six) credit hour M.Enggn Telecommunications program is designed to produce future telecommunication managers who understand telecommunication operations from the management, finance, legal and regulatory perspectives. It prepares the students for professional careers in engineering with specialization in Telecommunications with an in-depth knowledge in specific areas chosen to best fit their career aspirations. This MTEL Degree provides them with the knowledge to be competent and efficient engineers in telecommunications. The curriculum has been designed in close association with similar programs pursued in various Universities across America, Canada, and Australia. The Program is conducted in a way that enables the graduates to plan, analyze, design, implement, operate, test, maintain and manage the telecommunications systems and business. Hence this program is highly recommended for students who wish to obtain technical as well as engineering management positions in the telecommunications industry. This degree is offered jointly by the Faculty of Engineering and the Faculty of Science and Information Technology.
Laboratories that directly aide the study of M.Engg. in Telecommunications Program are as follows:
All the telecommunications laboratories are well equipped with the state of the art telecommunications equipment and simulation tools. Students will be able to learn both analog and digital communications in this laboratory.
Microwave Engineering Laboratory
The microwave engineering laboratory will provide knowledge about the Line of Sight (LOS) propagation, Characteristics of Transmission line etc.
VLSI laboratory is mainly based on some simulation software. In this laboratory, 10 computers with high configuration are installed. PSPICE, DSCH, Microwind, and Matlab are installed on the computers to facilitate simulations purposes.
Digital Signal Processing Laboratory
This laboratory consists of 10 computers with simulation software. Matlab is used to give students the knowledge of digital signal processing.
Digital Electronics Laboratory
Digital electronics laboratory consists of all the typical electronic devices and Integrated circuits. Students can build their circuits on the trainer boards and check the outputs in the LED display or in the oscilloscopes.
By studying the M.Engg. in Telecommunication (MTEL) at AIUB with the aide of the latest tools and equipment under the guidance of the experienced faculty the students of MTEL get the opportunity to
- Gain a clear picture of the telecommunications market and its future direction with forecasts, timelines, and regional analysis
- Be fully versed in telecoms network technology and the reasons behind its adoption - its strengths, weaknesses, and failings
- Learn to formulate comprehensive marketing plan
- Gain enough people management skill to effectively and efficiently enhance the performance of an Organization
- Develop and implement product strategies that create ongoing competitive advantage
- Gives them sufficient knowledge about the big picture of the competitive telecom industry
- And provide a solid platform through which one can make strategic, technical, financial and management decisions that are reliable, well grounded and commercially viable
Applicants who have completed a 4-year B.S. program in EEE, COE, ECE, ETE, Computer Science, CSE, CIS, Software Engg, CSSE, Applied Physics & Electronics, ICT, ICE, APEE, APECE or in any other technical discipline (to be decided by the Program Director) with at least 2.5 CGPA or its equivalent are eligible for admission in the M.Engg. in Telecommunications Program.
- Applicants from other disciplines may be considered for admission who may be advised to take some appropriate undergraduate pre-requisite courses prior to taking graduate courses (to be decided by the Program Director).
- An acceptable score in the AIUB administered admission test or a score of 1100 in the Quantitative and Verbal part of GRE General Test.
- An acceptable score in the AIUB administered Admission Test or a score of above 1100 in the quantitative and Verbal part of GRE General Test.
- Candidates have to appear in an admission test to demonstrate their formal academic ability or his/her ability to follow the courses of study prescribed. Every candidate is required to qualify for the admission test (written and viva).
- After passing the admission test, students with insufficient Science/Technical background (to be decided by the Board of Post Graduate Studies) may be advised to take some foundation pre-requisite courses (not exceeding 6 credit hours) prior to taking postgraduate courses.
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Last updated October 23, 2017