- Bachelor of Science Degree Program
- 4 Years (8 Semesters)
- 138 Credit Hours
- Fall, Spring and Summer
Telecommunication is a discipline in its own right. While other Electrical Engineering programs provide only limited insights into this specialty, CUD’s Bachelor of Science in Telecommunication Engineering takes a fully integrated approach to the science and engineering of all that makes communication through electronic devices possible.
The Telecommunication program will provide you with the knowledge required to design, implement, operate, and manage telecommunication systems that process and carry out the transmission of data, voice and video signals over wireless and optical networks. Alongside a theoretical education, you will gain technical and practical skills to help you develop into an engineering professional, ready to contribute to the economic, social, and technological development of the business community.
As a Telecommunication Engineering student at CUD you will have hands-on experience in the University’s state-of-the-art telecommunication labs, as well as the opportunity to contribute to faculty research projects. You will benefit from exposure to industry professionals through free tutorials and workshops delivered by international companies. On graduating from the program, you will have a strong practical and theoretical background in Telecommunication Engineering and will be prepared to enter the workforce with a fully accredited Bachelor of Science degree.
The Telecommunication Engineering program opens the door to a wide spectrum of career options and opportunities for further advanced studies. Career paths in Telecommunications include:
- Telecommunication Systems Engineer
- Telecommunication Designer
- Telecommunication Networks Engineer
- Telecommunication Consultant
- TV and Radio Broadcast Engineer
- Computer Networks Engineer
- Next-Generation Networks Designer
- Radio Frequency Engineer.