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Computer Systems Networking and Telecommunications Online Masters programs at George Mason University
1499 students enrolled in George Mason University distance education graduate program.
The Telecommunications (Masters) program is designed for students who currently work in or wish to enter the field of telecommunications. Recent graduates and experienced professionals will benefit from the tools and knowledge gained through this program. Concentrating on practical applications rather than theoretical approaches, the curriculum blends cutting-edge, engineering-oriented courses in communication networks and protocols, network applications and security, and wireless and fiber-optic communications with courses in systems engineering, legal, and policy aspects of modern communications systems. The total cost for this program is $797.00 per credit hour for VA state residents or $1,575.00 per credit hour for Non-VA residents. See the Cost tab below for a breakdown of tuition and fees. This program has an application deadline of March 15 for Fall and October 15 for Spring. The application deadline for non-degree students is August 15 for Fall and January 4 for Spring. Students can pursue one of three graduate certificates as part of your degree program to demonstrate an area of specialization to employers, including the fully online Advanced Networking Protocols for Telecommunications or hybrid online Wireless Communications programs.