Graduate Certificate - Wireless Communications
Individuals interested in wireless networks and technologies may want to consider the Certificate in Wireless Communications program offered by DeVry University's Keller Graduate School of Management. Discover how the Certificate in Wireless Communications program can help IT professionals further develop their training.
Official Program Name:
Certificate in Wireless Communications
School Offering Program:
DeVry University's Keller Graduate School of Management
Students enrolled in DeVry University's programs may need to satisfy minimum requirements before beginning the program, including having already earned a bachelor's degree or equivalent. Students have the option of earning the graduate certificate within their master's program or pursuing it as a stand-alone credential.
Keller Graduate School of Management's Certificate in Wireless Communications introduces students to wireless technologies, including cellular, PCS, and wireless local area networks (WiFi). Students have the opportunity to study wireless network architecture, installation and configuration, capacity planning, power management, operation and management, and wireless device network integration. Coursework also examines network security and networking hardware, software, and interfaces.
Online or Campus-Based.
Minimum Credits Required:
18 credit hours.
DeVry University offers over $29 million in scholarship opportunities to qualified students. Additional financial aid, military service grants, veterans appreciation grants, federal grants, and institutional grants, are available to qualifying students. Eligible students can apply for Federal Stafford or PLUS loans.
Course Topics Covered:
Degree program and course requirements are subject to change. Contact Keller to confirm the most accurate information before enrolling in a program. Course topics covered in the Certificate in Wireless Communications program could include:
- Wireless Networks and Technologies
- Wireless Systems Management
- Wireless Communication Systems
- Network Security
Furthering Your Education:
The Certificate in Wireless Communications may be pursued as a stand-alone credential or incorporated into a master's degree. Students who wish to continue their education by earning a master's degree may be able to transfer course credits earned to one of the following Keller Graduate School of Management master's programs:
- Master of Information Systems Management
- Master of Network and Communications Management
- Master of Business Administration with a concentration in Information Security
The Certificate in Wireless Communications offered by Keller Graduate School of Management is intended to offer students foundational skills in wireless technologies, communication systems, and security. Students who successfully complete the program could pursue positions such as:
- Wireless network administrator
- Network administrator
- Security administrator
Tuition, Financial Aid & Start Dates
Since every student is different, there isn't a "one size fits all" school information. Start dates and tuition often vary between selected programs, and financial aid opportunities are unique to each student's situation. to get the most up-to-date and accurate information based on your selected program and circumstances.
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