Telecommunications and Software Engineering (M.A.S.)

The Master of Telecommunications and Software Engineering is a course-only degree program that prepares you for professional practice in telecommunications and information technologies.

Illinois Tech’s Master of Telecommunications and Software Engineering degree is a joint program offered by Armour College of Engineering and the College of Science that allows students to take a deep dive into programming and engineering, specifically for the telecommunications field.

Students will gain programming skills in systems architectures, software metrics, high-speed networks, and software testing and analyzing. Advance your expertise and help solve complex technical challenges in the areas of computer networks, communications systems design, and communications engineering.

Program Overview

In this joint program offered by Illinois Tech’s Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering and the Department of Computer Science, students will take a deep dive into programming and engineering while addressing challenges within the telecommunications field.

Career Opportunities

Our graduate telecommunications and software engineering degree program will prepare you for such careers as:

  • Senior telecommunications network engineer
  • IoT telecom engineer
  • Systems integration consultant

The Master of Telecommunications and Software Engineering is a course-only degree program that prepares students for professional practice in telecommunications and information technologies. Students will gain programming skills in systems architecture, software metrics, high-speed networks, software testing, performance analysis, and optimization techniques.

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Admission to this program requires satisfying admission requirements as outlined in the course bulletin for Illinois Tech’s Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering and the Department of Computer Science. A student without an adequate background in specific areas is required to demonstrate proficiency in prerequisite courses.