Acquire a strategic and innovative vision in the field of telecommunications
In a world where telecommunications plays a leading role in virtually every aspect of life, networks that transmit data, images and voices must meet ever more ambitious challenges: they must be more reliable, ever faster and more accessible. As a Master's student in Telecommunications Network Engineering at ÉTS, you will acquire a strategic vision of new challenges and equip yourself with the knowledge to handle them through innovation.
Why Complete a Masters in Telecommunications Engineering?
At ÉTS, you will deepen your knowledge of cyber-security and the dematerialization of telecommunications infrastructure as well as the design, characterization and modelling of wireless and optical networks. Renowned research professors will be present to support you throughout your master’s education.
In short, whether it’s to learn a new specialty, win a promotion or put yourself on the path to research and development leadership, you’ll find the knowledge you need to achieve your goals in our Master’s in Telecommunications Networks Engineering.
What will you learn in the Master’s program?
To be more specific, the Master in Engineering with a Concentration in Telecommunications Networks will allow you to:
- Acquire advanced knowledge in IT networking, mobile telecommunications, multimedia and systems engineering;
- Determine the technology needs of a company;
- Define, plan and lead projects to implement existing technologies, develop new ones or conduct applied research in various application domains of telecommunications engineering, in a world dominated by Internet technologies.
Research and Equipment
At ÉTS, telecommunications research comprises two research chairs and three laboratories that collaborate with many industrial partners. Our researchers are active in these areas of interest:
- Stability and convergence;
- Determination of spectrum utilization;
- Cloud computing;
- Virtual networks;
- Sustainable and eco-friendly networks;
- Security of networks and of cloud computing;
- Wireless communications;
- Wireless and optical telecommunications;
- Behavioural learning;
- Network softwarization.
As a student in the Master's in Telecommunications Network Engineering, you will also have access to a variety of specialized equipment. For example:
- LTCC manufacturing infrastructure, unique in Canada, for the manufacture of highly integrated, high quality RF circuits.
- Mobile unit equipped with an 18-metre pneumatic mast which can be equipped with measurement equipment;
- Tactical radios (Ultra Electronics);
- Real-time spectrum analyzer;
- Signal generator;
- Arbitrary functions generator;
- Soldering workshop with microscope;
- A characterization bench for photonic devices;
- A silicon photonics test bench;
- Network technology labs including metropolitan, long-distance and submarine fibre optic transmission systems up to 100 Gbit/s;
- Telecommunications data centres;
- Network emulators;
- Internet of Things networks for smart cities;
- Mobile test infrastructure for emergency wireless communications (terrestrial and maritime), also supported using drones;
What’s the Difference between the Project Profile and the Research Profile?
The Master's program in engineering with a concentration in telecommunications networks offers both a thesis profile and a project profile. The thesis profile is focused on research and leads to the degree of Master of Applied Science (M.A.Sc.). The project profile allows you to specialize in a chosen area of telecommunications and leads to the degree of Master in Engineering (M. Eng.).
Who can enroll in a master’s in telecommunications engineering?
Virtually any holder of an engineering diploma or a bachelor degree in engineering may apply for admission to the master's in engineering with a concentration in telecommunications networks.
Master's in telecommunications networks engineering with thesis (research profile)
This profile is for you if you want to continue into doctoral studies or do research and development in industry.
The research project counts for 30 of the 45 credits of this program.
Master's in telecommunications networks engineering with project (project profile)
Would you like to acquire in-depth knowledge in telecommunications? The project profile is perfect for you!
The program totals 45 credits, including 30 or 39 credits of courses plus 6 or 15 credits of projects.