NYIT Offers the Telecommunication Option in B.Sc. in Information Technology
Reflecting the growing demand in the local and regional markets, NYIT announces offering Telecommunication as a new Option in its Bachelor of Information Technology Program, starting the new semester in February.
January 30, 2010 12:00 by Aarti Nagraj
30/01/2010 Amman – Reflecting the growing demand in the local and regional markets, NYIT announces offering Telecommunication as a new Option in its Bachelor of Information Technology Program, starting the new semester in February.
The University stated that Telecommunication and Computer Security Options aim at propping the Arab markets with professional human resources that complies with its needs. Graduates will also meet the expectations of the ICT organizations.
In his comment, NYIT Middle-East Executive Chairman Dr. Mohamed Hussein said that the university adheres to staying up-to-date with modern sciences’ developments, follow up on their branching new fields, and incorporate those in the academic Programs, in a consistent manner with the current market’s beat and future trends.”
Computer and Engineering Faculty Dean Assistant Dr. Raed Abu Za’iter pointed out that the Telecommunication Option consists of several theoretical and practical courses that cover various domains and fields which include mobile computing, satellite communications, and wireless networks, along with other important requirements to prepare students to fit perfectly in the fields of software development, maintenance, and engineering.
Za’iter added: “This Option is considered a prominent, important stage for NYIT. It enforces our distinguished status as an illustrious educational edifice in
It should be noted that Telecommunication is a highly specialized dynamic Option, with focus on modern technologies that goes along with the expansion of adopting telecommunication applications in our daily life.
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