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Faculty of Engineering and Architecture

Telecommunication and Network Engineering

Students graduating with a degree in telecommunication and network engineering can easily find employment in public and private sector organizations. These companies specialize in providing telecommunication services such as high-speed internet, wireless communication and cable television to residential and commercial users.

Department

Levels

Duration

Degree

Telecommunication and Network Engineering

Bachelor

3 Years

UNYT

Department

Levels

Duration

Degree

Telecommunication and Network Engineering

Bachelor

3 Years

UNYT

Department

Telecommunication and Network Engineering

Levels

Bachelor

Duration

3 Years

Degree

UNYT

Introduction

General Remarks


Students graduating with a degree in telecommunication and network engineering can easily find employment in public and private sector organizations. These companies specialize in providing telecommunication services such as high-speed internet, wireless communication and cable television to residential and commercial users. Telecommunications industry is a highly competitive and rapidly booming industry offering thousands of lucrative jobs to students with accredited degrees. This degree in telecommunication and network engineering will give the chance to students to work in a wide variety of roles such as:

  • Telecom Researcher
  • Field Manager
  • Hardware Designer
  • Electronic Designer
  • Network Designer
  • Product Manager
  • Radio Frequency Engineer
  • Network Manager

In the last decade or so, due to the drastic increase in the number of households and commercial entities using telecommunication services to effectively exchange information over long distances, it has become almost certain that this highly technical and specialized field will be experiencing immense growth in coming years. A career in the telecommunications industry is suitable for highly skilled and dedicated individuals with an aptitude and interest in modern communication methods.

Details

1

3 Years


Course

ECTS

First Year

Composition I (Professional English)

6

Analog Electronics

8

Physics

6

Calculus I

6

Elective at University Level - Foreign Language I

4

Total

30

Composition II/Technical English

6

Electrical Circuits

6

Calculus II

6

Introduction to Programming

8

Elective at University Level - Foreign Language II

4

Total

30

Second Year

Object Oriented Programming with Java

6

Computer Organization and System Architecture

6

Discrete Mathematics

6

Engineering Electromagnetics

6

Digital Electronics and LOGIC (4)

6

Total

30

Wireless Communications

8

Introduction to Instrumentation & Measurement

6

Signal Processing

6

RF Transmission & Antennas

6

Internship

4

Total

30

Third Year

Hazard, Safety & Ethics

6

Optical Communication Networks

8

Elective at Department / Faculty Level I
• Switching & Routing
• Sensor Networks and Edge Computing

6

Project Management in Information Technology

4

Data Communication and Networking

6

Total

30

Elective at University Level III

4

Mobile Communications Systems

6

Research Methods for Applied Sciences

6

Network Administration and Management

6

Graduation Project

8

Total

30

TOTAL OVERALL

180

List of elective courses at the university level:

Code Course ECTS
ALB 131 Albanian Language I 4
TUR 131 Turkish Language I 4
ALB 132 Albanian Language II 4
TUR 132 Turkish Language I 4
BIO 335 Contemporary Health Problems 4
BIO 334 Biology Today 4
BIO 333 Human Nutrition 4
LAW 322 Impact of EU in Albanian Legislation 4
POL 201 Introduction to Political Sciences 6
IR 202 Balkan Studies 6
IR 333 Cultural Studies 6
IR 334 Public Relations 6
HIST 201 Eastern Empires 6
HIST 202 World History II 6
ART 201 Photography 6
ART 202 History of Art 6
MRKT 201 Principles of Marketing 6
MRKT 202 Consumer Behavior 8
MRKT 203 Customer Relationship Management 6
MRKT 301 Services and Product Marketing 6
PSY 206 Psychology of Work 6

Note: Elective courses at the university or faculty level are not limited to those listed in the table above. Furthermore, students have the right to choose one or two elective courses at the university or faculty level, beyond their study program, with the approval of the academic advisor.