Master networks & telecoms

General

Program Description

The objective of this Master is to train IT professionals in the field of communications networks. Following this training, students will be able:

  • To administer and oversee a network architecture
  • Sizing the construction of a computer network according to the needs
  • Designing a client / server application on internet
  • Develop a network security strategy
  • Set interconnection technology adapted to business needs
  • Understanding the issue of quality of services in networks
  • Designing a response within tenders

CONDITIONS OF ADMISSION

• IT Licence • Application form • Admission Interview

LANGUAGES

• English students will be able to master the concepts and methods for the design and administration of information systems within IT and mathematics of decision applied to management.

Students will be able to develop the following qualities: sense of responsibility, ability to work in coaching multicultural teams and decision-making analytical rigor, openness.

Double student management computer skills should enable them to provide expertise and accountability functions relating to the identification of needs, the development and administration of IS, project management and implementation of a project.

Last updated Mar 2020

About the School

Founded in 1996, the African Institute of Management (Institute Africain de Management) is one of the leading West African private business schools. Set in Dakar, the capital of Senegal, IAM is set in ... Read More

Founded in 1996, the African Institute of Management (Institute Africain de Management) is one of the leading West African private business schools. Set in Dakar, the capital of Senegal, IAM is set in a unique and life changing learning environment. Over 2,000 students from 28 countries from all over the world populate IAM’s campus ensuring that you will get to meet friends from all over the world, and will broaden your horizons to different cultural, professional and educational perspectives. Read less