Master of Communication System Engineering is a quarter research program where candidates are given unique opportunity to follow their interest in a specialized area of research of Communication Systems Engineering for 2 semesters worth 10 credit hours.

Apart from that the students will be attending 10 post graduate classes in which 4 courses are core courses and 6 are elective courses amounting to 30 credit hours where the students will be learning advanced technical courses in the field of system electronics.

Course Structure

  • Optical Fibre Communications
  • Digital Communications Systems
  • Mobile and Cellular Communications
  • Research Methodology
  • Radio-Frequency Electronics and Circuit Design
  • Advanced Applied Telecommunication Systems
  • Laser Technology and Applications
  • Antenna Technology for Wireless Communications
  • Special Topics on Communications Network
  • Network Performance Analysis
  • Satellite and Wave Propagations
  • Local Area Network (LAN) Design Analysis
  • Advanced Communications Engineering
  • Advanced Digital System Design
  • Advanced Wafer Processing
  • Analog IC Design
  • Reconfigurable Computing
  • Object Oriented Programming for Engineers
  • Computer-Controlled Systems

Entry Requirements

  • Bachelors in the relevant or related domain with Lower Second Class Honours or CGPA 2.75 or 61.25% and above
  • Applicants with minimum 2 year experience are preferred
  • CGPA below 2.75 or 61.25% with 5 years of professional experience