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Internet Engineering
Administered By: Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE).
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Administration
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Interim Chair tsybesko
Associate Chair (Undergraduate) sosnowsk
Associate Chair (Graduate) ansari

Administration
Interim Chair Leonid Tsybeskov
Associate Chair (Undergraduate) Marek Sosnowski
Associate Chair (Graduate) Nirwan Ansari

Faculty
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Distinguished Professors barness,chang,friedlan,savir
Professors akansu,ansari,carpinel,cornely,grebel,haddad,haimovic,klapper,dmisra,niver,shi,sohn,sosnowsk,tsybesko,whitman,zhou,ziavras
Associate Professors abdi,ge,hou,hubbi,rojasces
Assistant Professors jhu,raquelpc,simeone
Special Lecturer glaser

Faculty
Distinguished Professors Yeheskel Bar-Ness, Timothy N. Chang, Bernard Friedland, Jacob Savir
Professors Ali N. Akansu, Nirwan Ansari, John D. Carpinelli, Roy H. Cornely, Haim Grebel, Richard A. Haddad, Alexander M. Haimovich, Jacob Klapper, Durgamadhab Misra, Edip Niver, Yun-qing Shi, Kenneth S. Sohn, Marek Sosnowski, Leonid Tsybeskov, Gerald Whitman, Mengchu Zhou, Sotirios G. Ziavras
Associate Professors Ali Abdi, Hongya Ge, Sui-hoi E. Hou, Walid Hubbi, Roberto Rojas-Cessa
Assistant Professors Jie Hu, Raquel Perez-castillejos, Osvaldo Simeone
Special Lecturer Arthur B. Glaser

Advisors
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Undergraduate Advisor boodhoo
Undergraduate Advisor sosnowsk
MS Computer Engineering Advisor dmisra
PHD Computer Engineering Advisor ansari
MS in Electrical Engineering Advisor hou
PHD in Electrical Engineering Advisor ansari
MS telecommunications Advisor rojasces
MS Internet Engineering Advisor rojasces
MS Bioelectronics Advisor sosnowsk
MS Power and Energy Systems Advisor ansari

Advisors
Undergraduate Advisor Shivon S. Boodhoo
Undergraduate Advisor Marek Sosnowski
MS Computer Engineering Advisor Durgamadhab Misra
PHD Computer Engineering Advisor Nirwan Ansari
MS in Electrical Engineering Advisor Sui-hoi E. Hou
PHD in Electrical Engineering Advisor Nirwan Ansari
MS telecommunications Advisor Roberto Rojas-Cessa
MS Internet Engineering Advisor Roberto Rojas-Cessa
MS Bioelectronics Advisor Marek Sosnowski
MS Power and Energy Systems Advisor Nirwan Ansari
 
Degrees Offered: MASTER OF SCIENCE IN INTERNET ENGINEERING
The objective of this program is to educate students in the field of internet engineering, with emphasis on computer internetworking and relevant applications.
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Master of Science in Internet Engineering 3
 
Master of Science in Internet Engineering

Admission Requirements:
Applicants should have an undergraduate degree in Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering or other relevant discipline from an accredited institution (or its equivalent). All applicants must submit scores on the Graduate Record Examinations (GRE) verbal, quantitative, and analytical aptitude tests. International students must also achieve a minimum TOEFL score of 550 (pencil and paper) and 213 (computer-based). Applicants with undergraduate degrees in computer science, computer engineering or electrical engineering from an accredited institution are expected to have a GPA of at least 3.0 on a 4.0 scale. These students should have taken ECE 321 (Random Signal and Noise), or another equivalent course; ECE 333 (Signals and Systems); and CIS 112 (Introduction to Computing or equivalent proficiency in C++ programming).

Bridge Program: The curriculum requires a basic knowledge of computer and communications fundamentals, such as signals and systems (ECE 333), basic communication systems (ECE 481), programming (CS 112 or C++ programming), data structures and algorithms (CS 505), and computer organization (ECE 251). The bridge courses are usually selected from this list, but some additional bridge courses, appropriate to each student's background, may be required.

Degree Requirements:
Candidates must complete a minimum of 30 credits, 9 in core courses and 21 in elective courses; or 21 credits must be from ECE courses.

The required courses provide the basics of Internet Engineering. Electives are to be chosen from the available course pool to tailor the program to the student's professional needs and interests. This program utilizes graduate courses in Electrical and Computer Engineering, Computer and Information Science, Management Information Systems, and Management Programs at NJIT. They provide the necessary blend of education required for appropriate strength in Internet Engineering. All MS students are required to fulfill two semesters of ECE 791 (Graduate Seminar).

Core Courses (9 Credits):

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  ECE 637Internet and Higher-Layer Protocols (3 credits)
  ECE 683Computer Network Design and Analysis (3 credits)
  CS 602Java Programming (3 credits)
***Electives (21 Credits):
Select 15 credits if completing a master's thesis; 18 credits if completing a master's project; 21 credits if not completing either a master's project or a thesis. ece673,ece681,ece685,ece638,ece639,ece649,ece645,ece636,cs604,mgmt620,mis625,mis636,ece783,ece745,{ece788|ece789},
  ECE 673Random Signal Analysis I (3 credits)
  ECE 681High Performance Routers and Switches (3 credits)
  ECE 685Network Interface Design (3 credits)
  ECE 638Network Management and Security (3 credits)
  ECE 639Principles of Broadband Networks (3 credits)
  ECE 649Compression in Multimedia Engineering (3 credits)
  ECE 645Wireless Networks (3 credits)
  ECE 636Computer Networking Laboratory (3 credits)
  CS 604Client/Server Computing (3 credits)
  Mgmt 620Management of Technology (3 credits)
  MIS 625Management Strategies for E-Commerce (3 credits)
  MIS 636Telecommunications: Policies and Regulations
  ECE 783Computer Communication Networks (3 credits)
  ECE 745Advanced Wireless Networks (3 credits)
 ECE 788Selected Topics in Electrical and Computer Engineering (3 credits) or
 ECE 789Selected Topics in Electrical and Computer Engineering II (3 credits)
   
Project, Thesis (optional): ece700,ece701
  ECE 700Master's Project (3 credits)
  ECE 701Master's Thesis (3 credits)


***  Other (new) courses related to Internet Engineering may be selected as electives with approval from the Graduate Advisor
 


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