What will you study on the MSc Telecommunications Engineering?
As well as developing technical skills, you will also focus on the non-engineering aspects of telecoms engineering, such as policy and management, and professional, social, ethical, legal and global issues. You'll explore routing, internetworking, usability, clustering and IP addressing as well as modulation and demodulation techniques, channel coding and decoding, fibre-optic communications and multiuser communication systems. You will also use MATLAB and Simulink to simulate remote environments where connectivity is difficult.
What will you gain?
In addition to an in-depth understanding of this subject, you will gain the ability to use mathematical and statistical tools to evaluate networks and assess their performance. You'll be equipped with the knowledge about data networks and digital transmission systems, in particular their design, construction, testing, management, programming and usability. You will also be able to develop commercially viable network applications, understand threats to security, and implement protective measures.