Electrical Engineering

Wireless Communication and Networking Graduate Certificate

Why Choose Wireless Communication and Networking?

Rapid implementation of 4G/5G broadband wireless/mobile communication technology is contributing to the growth of worldwide reach of technological ecosystem. It is highly desirable that seamless, efficient, secure, and trustworthy communication of data, voice, and video occur across smart devices and benefit humans in diverse environments—homes, businesses, roads, war zones. With wide availability of broadband internet and Wi-Fi connectivity, the Internet-of-Things is wirelessly connecting billions of devices and machines with other devices or people.

The wireless communication and networking certificate program will give you comprehensive knowledge of current and emerging technologies in the design and development of wireless-based systems and networks. This certificate program will provide you with the fundamental theoretical concepts and practical know-how necessary to understand and work with various aspects of wireless communication systems.

Academics and Curriculum

View the Wireless Communication and Networking Graduate Certificate program requirements in the Academic Catalog.

Electrical engineering course descriptions


Students must meet the modified M.S.-EE admissions requirements as follows:

  1. A B.S. in electrical or computer engineering or a related field
  2. Minimum GPA of 3.0
  3. A digital communication course with a B or above, e.g., EE-4210/L at Wright State

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