Master of Computer Networking

The Computer Networking program is a joint effort between the Colleges of Engineering and Management to deliver a unique educational program that addresses the needs of North Carolina's computer networking industry. By working together, the colleges deliver a curriculum that allows students the flexibility to pursue studies that emphasize the technical and management aspects of computer networking.

The program is intended for students with electrical and computer engineering or computer science undergraduate degrees who wish to pursue careers in research, development, operations, and information technology management in the computer networking and IT industry. It is designed to address a specific need in the computer networking industry in North Carolina, and, as such, is consistent with the land-grant mission of the university. The program is unique in the UNC system (and nationally) in blending the technical and management aspects of computer networking to offer students a truly outstanding educational opportunity.

Students may apply for admission to the M.S. in Computer Networking degree through either the Department of Computer Science or the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. Additionally, a M.S. in Computer Networking is available though Engineering Online's distance education program.

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