MASTER'S DEGREE IN ENGINEERING - TELECOMMUNICATIONS
- Education level: Master's Degree
- Type of Curriculum: Research - In-Depth study
- Academic Program: Master's Degree in Engineering - Telecommunications
- Title granted: MSc. in Engineering - Telecommunications
- SNIES code: 102404
- Creation year: 2000
- Opening year: 2000
- Campus: Bogotá
- Faculty: Engineering
- Estimated duration: 4 semesters
- Total credits: 52
Semester tuition described by points:
- Point equivalence: Currently daily minimum wage for 2020 - ( Circular 1 of 2020 - General Secretariat ) = $29,260 COP
- Approximate tuition for the semester: $5,731,700 COP
The Master’s Degree in Engineering - Telecommunications is aimed at Computer and System, Electronic, Electrical, Telecommunications Engineers or professionals from other areas of knowledge who demonstrate competencies in telecommunications engineering.
The Master in Telecommunications may act as researcher, director, advisor and executor of network, regulatory and business projects in the field of telecommunications.
The specific learning outcomes of the Research curriculum are:
- To strengthen the research areas that serve as the basis for the program.
- To allow and encourage interaction between the University and public and private entities for the development of studies and research and for the exchange of experience in the field of telecommunications.
The specific learning outcomes of the In-Depth curriculum are:
- To carry out technological transfer in telecommunications, allowing the research being developed to be appropriate for the productive sector.
Research curriculum: The main objective of training is for students to acquire the skills and knowledge that allow them to participate in knowledge generation processes or technological processes, which can be applied in problem solving.
In this way, subjects and academic activities are taught that allow them to develop a Master’s thesis (written dissertation), which lasts for 2 semesters, which is equivalent to 22 credits, that is, 1056 working hours. Generally, the subject of the master's thesis could be deepened in the doctorate.
Academic Activities and Research Courses
Total Academic Activities
Total Research Credits
For the Research curriculum please refer to the Faculty Council Agreement 071 of 2018.
In-Depth Curriculum: Also known as Professional Master, the main objective is for students to acquire skills and knowledge specific to the profession, which can be applied in the resolution of concrete problems, the study of cases, or the analysis of particular situations of a disciplinary or interdisciplinary nature that should not necessarily lead to a process of generating new knowledge.
In this way, courses and academic activities are taken in this curriculum that allow the construction and preparation of a Final Work, in which methods, scientific and technological developments already existing in the resolution of a specific problem are applied. The final work lasts for one semester, equivalent to 10 credits, or 480 working hours.
For this modality, in accordance with Article 3 of Agreement 040 of 2017, the Postgraduate Curriculum Advisory Committee has defined as the final working modality only the Final Work Project.
Academic Activities and Courses
Final Work Proposal
Total Academic Activities
Total In-Depth Credits
For the In-Depth curriculum please refer to the Faculty Council Agreement 056 of 2018.
"In accordance with Article 3 of Agreement 040 of 2017 for the deepening curriculum, the Postgraduate Curriculum Advisory Committee has defined as the final working modality, only the Final Work Project".
SUBJECTS AND COURSES
Courses offered change every semester. *
*For the full list of courses offered please refer to https://siabog.unal.edu.co/buscador
- Cesar Augusto Pedraza Bonilla - Web , CvLAC
- Cesar Manuel Lovera Cabrera - Web
- Edgar Miguel Vargas Chaparro - Web , CvLAC
- Ingrid Patricia Páez Parra - Web , CvLAC
- Jesús Guillermo Tovar Rache - CvLAC
- Jorge Eduardo Ortiz Triviño - Web , CvLAC
- Jorge Eliecer Camargo Mendoza - Web , CvLAC
- José Felix Vega Stavro - Web , CvLAC
- Luis Fernando Niño Vásquez - Web , CvLAC
- Mario Armando Rosero Muñoz - Web
- Mauro Florez Calderón - Web , CvLAC
- Octavio José Salcedo Parra - Web , CvLAC
- Oswaldo Rojas Camacho - Web
- Zoila Inés Ramos Rodríguez - CvLAC
- Signals and Information
- Telecommunications Networks and Systems
- Telecommunications Services
- Sectorial Policy
- Telecommunications Management.
Name of the Group
The CMUN is a research group attached to the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering of the National University of Colombia, Headquarters Bogotá. This group was formed in September 2007, aims to articulate research work in the areas of high-frequency electronics, telecommunications, wireless and related systems which are carried out in the Department.
TLON: Research Group on Dynamic Telecommunications Networks and Distributed Programming Language
The TLON group seeks to propose solutions for the integration and exchange of information in heterogeneous and distributed environments in order to solve the problems posed by the new technologies, to generate knowledge and take advantage of opportunities offered by computer technology and thus increase the competitiveness of Colombian academia and companies. This is achieved through the acquisition, generation, and transfer of knowledge along the lines of research.
UNeT RT: Universidad Nacional's Networking and Telecomunications Research Team
Networking; distributed computing; cloud computing; network management; nedwork security; wireless nerworks; telecommunications infrastructure
THESIS AND FINAL MASTERY WORKS
Below you can consult the list of theses and final works prepared by the Master students of the Department of Computer Systems and Industrial Engineering, which are found in the institutional repository UN - bdigital:CONSULT REPOSITORY
Master’s Degree in Engineering - Telecommunications
Call for proposals 2021-1S
We would like to inform you that the program will not be offered for the period 2021-01. Thank you for your attention.
Creation :Agreement 19 of 2000 Higher University Council
Opening :Agreement 20 of 2000 Academic Council
Curriculum :Agreement 62 of 2009 Academic Council
Research Lines :Agreement 10 of 2013 Council Faculty of Engineering - Bogotá Headquarters
Credits Distributions :For the Research Curriculum see the Agreement 071 of 2018 Faculty Council.
For the Deepening Curriculum see the Agreement 056 of 2018 Faculty Council.
Tuition :Decision 567 of 2004 Council Faculty of Engineering - Bogotá Headquarters
Admission :Agreement 28 of 2016 Council Faculty of Engineering - Bogotá Headquarters
Coordinator: Jesus Guillermo Tovar Rache
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org - email@example.com
Telephone: (+57) (1) 3165000 Ext. 14068
Address: Av. NQS (Carrera 30), 45-03, Campus Ciudad Universitaria Building 453, Office 217
Jenny Marcela Sánchez Torres
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Telephone: (+57) (1) 3165000 Ext: 14068