Master of Information and Communication Engineering What is the program about?
This program explores up-to-date topics in communications engineering. It covers wide-ranging and in-depth materials, including digital communication, wireless communication, mobile networks, optical communication, ad hoc networks, information theory, antenna design, circuit design, and digital signal processing. The program is for those who have previous undergraduate knowledge of communication engineering topics and wish to enhance their skills to an advanced level compatible with a career in these industries. It also serves as an excellent introduction and training to pursue a Ph.D. degree.
How to Graduate? Credit Requirements
The total credits for the program are no less than 30, in which no less than 18 credits are for compulsory courses.
In the last year, the students must finish their master thesis, and defend it in the fourth term (In mid-May).
Before graduate students can be officially admitted to degree candidacy, they must satisfy one of the following requirements: a. publish an academic paper in relevant journals and academic conferences b. participate and complete an engineering project and submit a summary report c. complete a phase of a development project and submit a summary report
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Last updated February 8, 2018