Computer Networks and Communications

Posted by on Thursday, August 17th, 2017


Branch is focused on acquiring advanced knowledge of architecture, principles of operations and principles of operation of computer networks. Specialization is designed to satisfy both those interested in practice-oriented advanced information and knowledge of computer networks and their applications, as well as those interested in a deeper understanding of the theoretical foundations of learning and computer networks as a special case of distributed systems.


In addition to expertise in computer networking listener gains knowledge during studies on safety, principles of work with multimedia data, basic knowledge in parallel systems and the necessary theoretical background. Listeners will be able to work as a designer of large networks, head of the department of computer networks or project managers, or as an independent expert in the application of computer networks and their safety. Graduates will also be able to continue in doctoral studies, focusing on computer networks, or more generally to the field of computer systems security and in the area of parallel and distributed systems.

Technical informations

  • DegreeEngineer
  • Length of study3 years
  • Tuition fee$21,000

The fee includes admission of listener, manage his study profile, payments for monitoring and evaluating the results of his study, pay teachers for individual consultations, discharge, dissertation and graduation.
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