As part of our graduate program in computer networks, you’ll receive advanced training in communications networking and find yourself at the forefront of developing technologies, such as software-defined networking (SDN), network security and 5G. With one of our master’s degrees under your belt, you’ll help drive the future of connectivity: connecting communities, disseminating content and controlling the environment around us through smart devices.
Our program’s focus remains on innovative, quality learning with an emphasis on practical knowledge that empowers students to influence the evolution of new technologies on a mass scale. Grounded in hands-on labs, every course led by world-class professors and industry experts puts theory into practice. Our students gain technical experience using industry-grade equipment and develop skills that can be immediately applied to industry or research.
Whether you choose our industry-focused course-based master of engineering (MEng) or you prefer the thesis option of a master of applied science (MASc), you’ll emerge with an unparalleled understanding of the past, present and future of computer networking, and the ability to help shape that future in an ever-evolving, exciting field that’s growing each day.