|Master’s Programme in Communication Systems, 120 hp|
The Communication Systems master's program offers a broad curriculum in communications systems focusing on the fundamental principles of systems engineering and the design of digital and wireless communications systems. This master program is highly competitive and requires a high amount of effort and dedication from the students.
The Communication Systems master's programme prepares the students for a continued career as engineers working in the telecommunications industry or as Ph.D. students. It is coordinated by the Communication Systems division at Linköping University and students will have access to a world-class research infrastructure. Current projects at the division focus on the design and optimization of wireless communications networks, and signal processing for communications.
Specifically the program offers a range of courses with a solid theoretical nucleus in communication systems engineering. Topics covered include: communication theory, coding, modulation, signal processing, and design and optimization of communication systems and networks. The program is given in close association with the industry and students will have access both to an extensive network of industry contacts and opportunities to complete their master's thesis work.
Most courses in the program are given by the Communication Systems, Information Coding, and Automatic Control divisions of the EE (ISY) department at LiU.
Graduates from the Master's programme in Communication Systems should in
Knowledge and reasoning in mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering
Personal and professional skills and attributes:
Interpersonal skills: Teamwork and communication:
Conceiving, designing, implementing, and operating systems in the enterprise and social context:
|Common rules and information about student service
Common rules and information about student service at LiTH are available in sections b1-b6.
The program is two years long (120 ECTS).
|Graduate Level Courses
Certain PhD courses can be taken by master students. Please contact the directors of graduate studies:
In order to include graduate course in the degree the student must apply to the Board of Studies
The thesis should be based on the high quality scientific content and carried out in close contact with the research groups involved in the programme.
The programme is designed to give the Master's Degree "Teknologie masterexamen i elektroteknik" translated to "Master of Science (Two Years) with a major in Electrical Engineering".
The requirements are the following: