Associate of Science in Telecommunications
The Associate of Science in Telecommunications program prepares students in the field of telecommunications. The program focuses on the understanding and applying of new techniques in electronic technology for the aim of testing, maintaining, repairing, and upgrading digital as well as analog communication systems. The program also covers fundamentals of digital communications, its applications and how information technology converges create robust synchronous telecommunications systems. The program is designed to be an integrated educational curriculum taught using an applied, and theoretical approach. With the expansion of 5G wireless and 10G broadband, it is important to learn the fundamentals of digital communications, its applications and how information technology converges to create robust synchronous telecommunications systems. This program is specifically designed to guide the student in learning modern day communication system design and its correlating infrastructure. The topics also include wired, wireless, and point to point technologies that create mesh networks which enable instantaneous communication between two or more individuals.
- Credential: Associate of Science
- Duration: 60 Credit Hours
- Program Tuition: $29,610
- Books: $880
- Admission Requirements:
- High School Diploma or GED.
- Valid government issued ID.
- At least 18 years of age upon application
- Special Requirements:
- Applicant must have a current and valid driver’s license.
- Applicant must be able to lift at least 50 lbs. (Evaluated on site prior to final acceptance)
- Applicant must be able to climb at least a 20 ft. ladder. (Evaluated on site prior to final acceptance)
- Applicant must be physically capable to climb at least 200 ft. (Evaluated on site prior to final acceptance)