Course Requirements

Master of Science in Engineering Technology - Network Communications Track

Overview

The following is a list of courses required of all students pursuing the Master of Science in Engineering Technology - Network Communications Track. The Master of Science in Engineering Technology - Network Communications Track student may choose a thesis or project option. For a complete description of these courses, visit the University of Houston Graduate Catalog.

Course Requirements for an Master of Science in Engineering Technology - Network Communications Track

Thiry-One (31) Semester Hours Thesis; Thirty-Four (34) Semester hours for project seeking students

Core Courses (Seven (7) Semester Hours)

  • ELET 6100 - Seminar in Network Communications
  • ELET 6318 - Analysis of Data Networks
  • TEPM 6301 - Project Management Principles

Emphasis Area (Choose Eighteen (18) Semester Hours)

  • ELET 6300 - Computer Network and Programming
  • ELET 6301 - Applied Digital Signal Processing
  • ELET 6302 - Advanced Wireless Networks
  • ELET 6303 - Applied Neural Networks
  • ELET 6311 - Applications of Information Theory
  • ELET 6312 - Network Management
  • ELET 6313 - Network Security
  • ELET 6314 - Project Management in Communications
  • ELET 6315 - Sensor Networks
  • ELET 6316 - Network Routing Algorithms and Protocols
  • ELET 6317 - Optical Networks
  • ELET 6318 - Analysis of Data Networks
  • ELET 6325 - Practicum in Network Communications
  • ELET 6331 - Fundamentals in Medical Imaging
  • ELET 6332 - Physiological Systems Modeling & Simulation
  • ELET 6340 - Electromechanical Systems Control
  • ELET 6348 - Power Systems Control Technology

Thesis Option (Six (6) Semester Hours)

  • ELET 6399 - Thesis Research (Repeated Once)

Non-Thesis Option (Nine (9) Semester Hours)

  • ELET 6396 - 3 Semester Hours of Coursework Applied to Master's Project
  • ELET Course - Additional 6 hours in ELET Program Area