Communications and Networking, Graduate Certificate
Electrical and Computer Engineering Department
Nguyen Engineering Building, 3100
4400 University Drive, MS 1G5
Fairfax, VA 22030
This 15-credit certificate program combines six foundation and nine specialization credits to give professionals increased competency in this complex and growing field. You’ll gain greater understanding of random processes in electrical and computer engineering and computer networks and protocols. Beyond these foundations, you’ll choose three elective subjects to build specialized knowledge. Course work is at the graduate level, and is creditable to and a great starting point for a master’s degree in electrical and computer engineering. Anyone with a bachelor’s degree in science, technology, or engineering from an accredited university is eligible to take this certificate program.
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Students who enroll in a certificate program will receive state-of-the art scientific and practical information in cutting-edge areas. All courses are taught by our distinguished faculty with years of experience in their respective fields or research and practice. As graduate student at Mason you will have access to the vast resources of our library and the open lab facilities in the Volgenau School.
Graduate certificates may be pursued on a full-time or part-time basis.