Computer Networks – Master of Engineering

Program description

This master’s level program emphasizes both the theoretical and practical aspects of computer networks. The program is geared towards both networking professionals that are already in the field who wish to increase the depth and breadth of their knowledge, and those less familiar with the area who wish to enter the high-demand field of computer networks.

The minimum admission requirements to the program include a four-year bachelor’s degree in Electrical, Computer or Mechanical Engineering, or Computer Science from a recognized university (with an average overall grade of at least B/3.00 in the previously completed undergraduate work).

Students of this program will learn about/develop skills in the following areas:

• Network security

• Network architectures

• Multimedia processing and digital communication

• Network mathematics and simulations

Course website

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Ryerson University

Faculty of Engineering and Architectural Science


One year (full-time), two years (part-time)

Credential awarded

Master of Engineering degree

Program contact

    Telephone: (416) 979-5000, ext. 4526


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