Master's in Networks in Sri Lanka

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A master's degree is a postgraduate academic degree. One must already have an undergraduate degree to apply for a master's program. Most master's degree program would require students to complete a master's thesis or research paper.

A Master in Networks is a degree that teaches about graph theory, traffic theory and modelling of wired or wireless networks. In this way, graduates are able to manage security, construction and deployment of networks for an organization.

Though there are many opportunities for higher education in Sri Lanka, a good deal of residents opt not to attend these institutions. Though international pressure has helped some in development, university proposals are often met with resistance from locals.

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Postgraduate Diploma In Computer Networks

National School Of Business Management - Sri Lanka
Campus Full time 15 years July 2017 Sri Lanka Colombo

NSBM’s concern for conducting this programme in Computer Network emerged from the appreciation of a responsibility to offer a state of the art technical education to the industry practitioners. [+]

Best Masters in Networks in Sri Lanka 2017. Postgraduate Diploma In Computer Networks Offered by National School of Business Management Duration: 1 Years and 3 Months Commencement: 12th of Jul 2015 NSBM’s concern for conducting this programme in Computer Network emerged from the appreciation of a responsibility to offer a state of the art technical education to the industry practitioners. This also needs to be seen as the critical and continuing effort by NIBM (National Institute of Business Management) to qualify the computer network professionals within organizations, one of the major agenda of our time. Objectives: This course facilitate to fill the increasing demand in current industry to pursue postgraduate level qualifications. This programme examines principles, design, implementation, and performance or computer networks. A focus will be placed on wireless networking, reflecting rapid advances in this area. Topics includes: Internet protocols and routing, local area networks, wireless communications and networking, performance analysis, congestion control, TCP, network address translation, multimedia over IP, switching and routing, mobile IP, peer-to-peer networking, network security, and other current research topics. Students may formulate their own final projects based on their interests and background. The course will be conducted in a more seminar-like manner than lectures, but will have a more formal schedule. Main objectives of the Postgraduate Diploma in Computer Networks are to provide an opportunity for graduates and practitioners with relevant working experience to grain postgraduate qualifications in Computer Networks, to provide a wide—ranging introduction to modern computer networks and their applications and to... [-]