Telecommunications Program Offered for CenturyLink Employees
Louisiana Tech University is pleased to partner with CenturyLink and Louisiana Economic Development to offer a new academic telecommunications program. The program is a Graduate Certificate in Communications Systems, consisting of 15 semester credit hours (5 courses). The audience for the certificate program are those with general responsibilities and interests in telecommunications engineering, information technology or information systems.
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This online communications tool has been created to provide the CenturyLink community with up-to-date information on CenturyLink-Louisiana Tech courses and programs, answer questions from current and prospective students, and to provide a forum for CenturyLink employees to inquire further about educational opportunities.
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Tentative Course Schedule for 2013-2014
ELEN 526- Modern Wireless and Optical Networking
Dr. Scott Shepard
CIS 544- Network Design and Implementation
Dr. Tom Roberts
ELEN 525 - Telecommunication Theory and Applications
Dr. Scott Shepard
CIS 521 - Introduction to Information Assurance
Dr. Christie Fuller
CSC 557 - Introduction to Data Analytics
Dr. Pradeep Chowriappa
UPDATED May 29, 2013
WHAT CAN I DO AFTER I FINISH THE CERTIFICATE PROGRAM?
Engineering and Technology Management
MBA - Telecommunication Track
Graduate Certificate in Communications Systems
Louisiana Tech University is pleased to partner with CenturyLink to offer a Graduate Certificate in Communications Systems, developed exclusively for CenturyLink employees.
This academic telecommunications program consists of 15 semester credit hours (5 courses) and is designed for those with general responsibilities and interests in telecommunications engineering, information technology, or information systems.
This program is currently offered in the evenings at CenturyLink headquarters in Monroe, LA, in order to serve full-time employees. The class presentations are captured and posted for students’ use after the class or in case their work schedule requires them to miss class. The class capture technology also enables the class to be taken by students in other locations.
Students who complete the Graduate Certificate in Communications Systems may consider applying to one of Tech's Master's or doctoral degree programs, including the MBA program offered by the College of Business at Louisiana Tech or to the M.S. in Engineering and Technology and Management or the M.S. in Engineering offered by the College of Engineering and Science at Louisiana Tech (depending on the student’s undergraduate background and career goals).
For more information on the Graduate Certificate in Communications Systems, click here.
POSTED: August 9, 2011 - 11:45am
MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (MBA) ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
For more information contact:
Dr. Tim Bisping - Associate Dean of Graduate Studies and Research