Wireless telecommunication has experienced remarkable growth since the introduction of cellular telephones. With the emergence of Personal Communication Services (PCS), wireless LANs, wireless local loops, and the wireless intranet, the rate of expansion shows no signs of slowing.
The ME in Wireless Innovation program is specifically structured for working professionals, and is designed to meet the need for highly trained specialists in the field. Our curriculum addresses the most relevant and complex issues affecting the wireless industry today. We arm you with the technological and business strategies to turn ideas into innovation.
The program is highlighted by its interdisciplinary approach. We offer an assortment of core and elective courses from different departments covering everything from coding theory and network security to marketing and innovation management. We want to place you at the forefront of the wireless telecommunication industry without slowing you down. Our program’s part-time evening schedule ensures minimal interference with your workday responsibilities. Many of the courses required to complete this degree are also available online.
The ME program in Wireless Innovation will help you develop an in-depth understanding of the complex aspects of engineering from a variety of perspectives, and integrate knowledge from different fields. When you graduate, you will emerge from NYU-Poly equipped to be part of a company seeking professionals who, working at the intersection of many fields, conduct innovative research from which new knowledge is created and innovative products are made.
You must hold a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution, a superior academic record, and have completed all prerequisite courses. Applicants who are otherwise sufficiently prepared for admission still may be required to take specific undergraduate and introductory-level graduate courses. Such graduate courses may count toward the master’s degree, depending on the department offering the advanced certificate required to complete the program. You must also indicate in your application which advanced certificate you plan to complete (see Curriculum for certificate information).