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MAJ03434 Telecommunication Networks

Telecommunications is an integral part of modern society. This major allows recent graduates and people already in the workforce to deepen and/or broaden skills and knowledge in various areas with telecommunication engineering. It also allows candidates who do not have a telecommunication background to move into this growing area. There is an emphasis on the network, transport and application layers and the ability to analyse, design and manage massive scale and non-homogeneous complex inter-networks which simultaneously service the diverse needs of multiple classes of traffic.

Awarding of this major on an academic transcript also requires the completion of a graduate project in this broad discipline area.

Completion requirements

49202  Communication Protocols  6cp
49238  Telecommunication Networks Management  6cp
Select 12 credit points of options:  12cp
49110  3G Mobile Communication Systems 6cp 
32570  Enterprise Software Architecture and Middleware 6cp 
32555  Fundamentals of Software Development 6cp 
49201  Integrated Services Networks 6cp 
42902  Interior Routing Protocols 6cp 
42903  MPLS and Services Architecture 6cp 
32001  Mobile Commerce Technologies 6cp 
32118  Mobile Communications and Computing 6cp 
49215  Telecommunications Industry Management 6cp 
49203  Telecommunications Signal Processing 6cp 
49262  Web Technologies 6cp 
49048  Wireless Access Network Technologies 6cp 
Total  24cp