The IP Telephony Systems Graduate Certificate program focuses on the fundamental knowledge in communications, IP networks and protocols, media transport, and signaling.
The IP Telephony Systems Graduate Certificate program focuses on the fundamental knowledge in communications, IP networks and protocols, media transport, and signaling as preparation to developing expertise into ongoing developments in VoIP networks and services, the IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS), unified communications, and video networks.
The four-course graduate certificate requires that three TSM core technical courses be taken along with a specified fourth course. With the approval of the Certificate Director, one of the core courses may be waived with another technical course taken in its place. The TELE 6350 course may not be waived under any circumstance. Note: MS in Telecommunication Systems Management students are not eligible for this graduate certificate.
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Graduate Certificate in IP Telephony Systems General Requirements
TELE 5310 - Fundamentals of Communication Systems
TELE 5320 - Telecommunications Architecture and Systems
TELE 5330 - Data Networking
TELE 5331 - Lab for TELE 5330
TELE 6350 - IP Telephony
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