This programme is specifically designed to allow those working in Industry to “learn while they earn”. It has been designed to operate independently and afford maximum flexibility.
To find out core information about this degree, such as entry requirements, programme length and cost, visit the UCL prospectus site.
Students have the choice of 8 optional modules taken from a specified list of available modules from the Communications MSc programmes. Students can take up to a maximum of one of the Business modules.
- Introduction to Telecommunications Networks (ITN) (ELEC0085)
- Mobile Communications Systems (MCS) (ELEC0102)
- Software for Network and Services Design (ELEC0088)
- Telecommunications Business Environment (ELEC0094)
- Introduction to Internet Protocol Networks (ELEC0099)
- Broadband Technologies and Components (ELEC0108)
- Communications Software and Systems Modelling (ELEC0086)
- Internet of Things (ELEC0130)
- Optical Transmission and Networks (ELEC0049)
- Network and Services Management (ELEC0092)
- Internet Multimedia Systems (ELEC0098)
- Wireless Communications Principles (WCP) (ELEC0104)
- Advanced Photonics Devices (ELEC0109)
- Antennas and Propagation (ELEC0048)
- Photonic Subsystems (ELEC0078)
- Radar Systems (ELEC0053)
- RF Circuits and Sub-Systems (ELEC0115)
- Strategy, Marketing and the Business Environment (ELEC0044)
- Finance and Product Management (ELEC0045)
- Customer Service, Operations and Planning (ELEC0046)
- Global Aspects, Innovation Management, People Managements and Organisational Design (ELEC0047)
The project, of approximately 12,000 words, is normally taken at the student's work place of work. Marks are given by the UCL supervisor for the dissertation submitted. Consulation with an industrial supervisor of line manager is used to guide the supervisor. Where the project is taken at UCL, a second UCL marker is required.
For full details of this programme, please email firstname.lastname@example.org