Communication & Network Engineering
The field of communication continues to be the key indicator of societal progress. Today, the internet has become part of the human heritage. All computers need to be networked, which poses a challenge to providing security and speed. MUT Communication and Networking Engineers are prepared to think and act according to the technological development. CNE training combines required courses of Mathematics, Physics, with Fundamentals of Electrical and communication Engineering. It is culminated with state of the art application of communication principles. Students receive extensive practical training which allows them to design and specify communication systems and become leaders in their continuously evolving field.
The Faculty of Engineering and Information Technology offers a Bachelor of Science in Communication and Network Engineering (105 credits) as well as a Bachelor of Engineering degree in Communication and Network (150 credits).