The graduate program in Telecommunications and Network Management (TNM) goes far beyond a typical IT degree. The Telecommunications and Network Management graduate degree offered at the School of Information Studies at Syracuse University has evolved into the premier Telecommunications and Network Management program within the United States. The Telecommunications and Network Management degree is a marriage of technology, policy and management. It is not an engineering or programming degree but gives IT professionals and new industry entrants a broader view of how to apply and use networking technologies to solve business problems.
The Telecommunications and Network Management graduate degree is a selective 36 credit hour program that provides students with the skills to design networks, establish or influence policy, make technology adoption and standards decisions, create cost models for new technology implementations, calculate return on investment, and grasp the organizational and user implications of networking systems. The Telecommunications and Network Management program is highly regarded on a domestic and international basis, because of its unique curriculum and experiential learning opportunities which meld the understanding of network technology with knowledge of its application within organizations.
The M.S. in Telecommunications and Network Management program is available in campus-based or distance learning formats to full-time or part-time students.
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Have a question about the TNM program? Email firstname.lastname@example.org to contact a current TNM student, who can answer any questions you have about the iSchool or life in Syracuse.
Prospective students interested in communicating with recent graduates can view the alumni profiles.