Collaborative group work is built into the Internetworking program. By working with students from around the world, you will acquire team skills that are highly valued by industry.
The Internetworking Program has an intake each September and usually each January. The January session is usually confirmed by June/July each year. There is no summer intake.
The program typically takes 2 years to complete. The program of study consist of 5 semesters (academic terms) of full-time studies which is 2 (5 credit hour) courses per term. A 6th semester is permitted to complete any missed requirements and/or corrections to the mandatory seminar report.
Courses are offered sequentially in the following pre-requisite order:
INWK6111 Introduction to Computer Networks
INWK6112 Physical and Data Link Standards & Protocols
INWK6114 Internet Communication Protocols
INWK6113 Telecommunications and Wide Area Networks
INWK6115 Network Architecture
INWK6411 Real Time Programming for Internetworking
INWK6211 Mathematics for Internetworking
INWK6117 Emerging Technologies
INWK6119 Network Security
INWK6912 Network Design
INWK6800 Internetworking Seminar
Please note that the courses offered and the posted schedules may be subject to changes.