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 MS In Computer Networks Program

The academic program for Masters in Computer Networks comprises 24 credit hours of courses and 6 credit hours dedicated to research-oriented thesis work. There are three mandatory core courses:
  • Computer Communication Networks
  • Computer Network Design
  • Client Server Programming

Additionally there are five electives, three of which should be taken from courses in the following areas:

  • Network Technology
  • Network Design and Management
  • Network Software and Protocols

The student must finally complete a thesis on an approved topic in Computer Networks under the supervision of his graduate thesis committee. 
For admission requirements and application procedures, please consult the admission​ and deanship of graduate studies links.