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Internetworking [Graduate]


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Master of Science Internetworking Program
221 Athabasca Hall
University of Alberta
Edmonton, Alberta T6G 2E8
E-mail:mintinfo@cs.ualberta.ca
mint.ece.ualberta.ca or mint.ece.ualberta.edu

General Information


The MSc in Internetworking program offers a theoretical and practical grounding in the principles of data communications and Internetworking. The degree is designed for individuals seeking to develop their understanding of the principles and practice of Internetworking, and to develop their ability to manage technical projects and / or companies operating in this area.

Course work consists of core courses plus options covering protocols and protocol suites, application programming, modelling and simulation, security, etc., a laboratory course to integrate the course material, and a final project to demonstrate the use of skills in these areas.

Entrance Requirements


Minimum admission requirements for this program are a four-year undergraduate degree with a grade point average of at least 3.0 on a 4 point scale, or the equivalent, in the last two years of previous relevant studies. Where applicable, a TOEFL score in excess of 600 (paper-based) or 100 (Internet-based) is required (see English Language Requirement ). Students must hold a bachelor's degree in Computing Science, Electrical Engineering or Computer Engineering, or in a related field in Science or Engineering with some relevant experience. Industrial experience may also be considered as a factor when considering admission of students close to these boundaries. It should be noted that these are minimum requirements only.

Graduate Program Requirements


Graduate Courses


Graduate courses can be found in Course Listings , under the subject heading Master of Internetworking, MINT.

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